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

 - Class of 1951

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Butler Head of Department Mary M. Clayton Richard Cummings Claudine Dowdy W. DuBois Johnson Vera Killins Theresa Walker Mamie B. Williams Margaret E. Williams A ENGLISH Bertha B. Anderson Head of Department Mae W. Allen Letitia B. Ashe Jean Batts Edith Bentley May W. Fortune Mary W. Griilin Ethel J. Hodges Albert Jefferson Thelma J. Lawrence Elva M. Quarles Valedia J. Sawyer Elaine D. Simons Josie G. Smith Alicia W. Williams Ethel E. Wise . GUIDANCE Fannie W. Howard Head of Department Felix Barre Earl Turner Marion Webb Waters Faculty June, 1951 HISTORY Allyn Collick Head of Department Bernard R. Briggs Juanita De Berry Mabel L. Frisby Helen L. Gray Naomi Y. Hardy Ethel B. Johnson Catherine J. Mayo Edythe D. Myers Gladys Sheppard Lewis Sheppard Meta R. Young HOME ECONOMICS Inez Key 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. Callis Head of Department George L. Carter Lee A. Davis Alphonso Grimn James R. Lewis C. J. Riley LANGUAGE Thomas B. Nelson Head of Department Thelma C. Ashe Lilla M. Barnum Nellie A. Buchanan Muriel Callaman Jessie Godwin Doris Holtsclaw Essie M. Hughes Aisley L. Lindsay Alfred Myers Hilton E. PremDas LIBRARIAN Elizabeth Anthony MATHEMATICS Cyrus W. Marshall Head of Department Elaine C. Davis Zada Malachi Theo. Randolph Beatrice Reesby Evelyn F. Roller Rosa O. Virgil Noel J. Wansel Dorothy R. Ward Dellaphine Warrington MUSIC Georgeanna Chester Head of Department Aldrich Adkins Gwendolyn Lassiter Chester Rowlett Marian Smith PHYSICAL EDUCATION Leonard U. Gibson Head of Department Dorothy Ganges Laura Jones Archie Lewis William Payne K. Estellena Showes Gertrude D. Tucker SCIENCE Herbert M. Frisby Head of Department John Brown Robert P. Diggs Willie L. Harris Howard L. Hucles Wrenty E. Payne Perry D. G. Pennington Jessie M. Perkins Wardelle Richardson Constance Washington Nelson M. Williams George Wood MUSIC ART Y f -ff NT A , J Q ! Q 5 X K A x 2 Q 9g :fo V , 'IW 1 f i Ng' 5 wg X r'-'N pf,fp'l":5,w gf . 1. 41- ft , I , ,My 4' - f "ff , Q , ' if X W ,iv , WF' 6 4-F4 iff' Q' 1 + Muff " g X X E- gg ,.x.-1, 3--S X 5CKENCg YF. B! X 3 Y! f f,PoR1-S . f iA Lx ' '-'I I X 'I V- 9 S X ' - my FT 655 VR 4 53- Xyl., X ire 'WX M 8 61 . K S' 656 r M, to UAB mt' RC-GS 1 .L-. 6 D X 7. ' 7? ', ,Q-,W O ' I 1- QF' 'S , H4 F. . -P N '-,' 7 , LT N V 1 ' ' 4 'LIY I 1 l f A F X I A I wif , A f' X f C - All ., N 1 Y K, X JUNE ' N 'fl X f , .-v V "" x 7, x' 1 Wif' if ai., X It Kr ,I N fp z' -2 iw, f 'if O-4' fi 4 ,I , ' JP" N If 'fl JZ' I ' I ff xi I .' lv YJ 'A 2 Q xx X Y L if ' - I f I , , iff y , I i x ' 1 SWT uln a Democracy Wholesome Top to bottom row, left to right: Clarence Brown-President of June Class '5lg Typist on Courier Staff. Myrna Whyte-Editor of SURVEY, June '51g Secretary of June Class 'Sig Secretary of Honor Societyg Candidate for Dieches Awardg Member of SURVEY Business Staff, June '51. Donald Humphries-Vice-President of June Class '51g President of Model Legislatureg Member of Honor Societyg Member of SURVEY Staif. John Rawlings-Business Manager of June Class 'Slg Member of Hi-Yg Member of Varsity Basketball Team. David Robinson-Assistant Treasurer of June Class '51g Assistant Advertising Managerof june '51 SURVEYQ Actor, Mask and Wigg Vice- President Toussaint Literary Society. Alonzo Bennett III-Treasurer of June '51 SURVEYQ Member of Honor Societyg Member of Library Guildg Member of Student Councilg Member of U. N. Antony Mason-President of Honor Societyg Treasurer of June '51 SURVEYQ Scholarship Award winner to Swarthmore Collegeg Reporter on Courier Staff: Member of Track Team. Reba Miller-Secretary of Class 12A:'g Associate Editor of June '51 SURVEYQ Managing Editor of June '51 SURVEYQ Vice-President of Honor Socictyg Member of Spanish Club. Joan Wilson-President of Student Councilg Member of Student Lifeg Member of Honor Societyg Editor of Courier. Claudia Frederick-Winner of Scholarship to N. Y. U.g Associate Editor of June '51 SURVEYQ Literary Editor of June, '51 SURVEYQ Member of Honor Societyg Member of U. N.g Member of Student Council. Dorothy Heigh-Editor-in-Chief of Courirrg Treasurer of june Class '51. Charles Saunders-Business Manager of June '51 SURvEYg Member of U. N.g Member of Student Councilg Member of Library Guild. Mildred Rawlings-President of French Club: Member of Honor Societyg President of Library Guildg Member of U. N. Margaret Erwin-Literary Editor of june '51 SURVEYQ Member of Y-Teensg Member of Hon- or Societyg Member of SURVEY Business Staff, June '51, Barbara Smith-Member of Honor Societyg As- sociate Editor of June '51 SURVEYQ Candidate for Dieches Awardg Member of Student Council. wwf' i ..,.. L 1 zll r ..p: sree f ...... ...R e .ie zrrss R Q 1 i:i'iiiii:i' iiiiiiiii 3 .R "e-'r' iiii 5 llpp, Q . . is we W sf eagle t 6 Leadership is Indispensable" Top lo lmflom row, left fo right: Helena Sorrell-Chief Judge of Student Court, Member of Cozrrirr Staff, Member of SURVEY Staff, June, ,51, Member of Student Council, Member of Mask and Wig. Berlin Tabb-President of Negro History Club, Member of SURVEY Staif. Mary Heggie-Vice-President of Negro History Club, Member of Spanish Club, Member uf SURVEY Staff, Member of class trio. Shirley Bailey-Debutante of 1951, Secretary oi Teen-Canteen Council, Member of SURVEY Staff. Delores I-'indle-Secretary of Assembly Choir, Secretary of Class IZA", Patron Manager of SURVEY, June '51, Marlene Ford-Member of Honor Society, Win- ner of Gregg Typing Certificate, Secretary of Class 12A!'. Alva Boone-Managing Editor of SURVEY, June '5l. I -fu: Irene Mitchell-Associate Managing Editor of SURVEY, June '51, Member of Assembly Choir. Gloria Barland-Assistant Secretary of June Class '51, Secretary of Class 12A", Assistant Patron Manager of SURVEY, June '51, Joyce Parks-Vice-President of U. N., Member of SURVEY Staifg Reporter on Courier Staff, Member of Student Council. James Edward Johnson-Captain of Safety Pa- trol, Member of U. N., Member of Track Team. Norman Moaney-Assistant Business Manager of June Class '5l. Sarah Bragg-Chief Clerk of Court, Member of Student Council, Member of SURVEY Staff, Member of Mask and Wig. Danese Godwin-Special Features Editor ef Courier, Reporter on SURVEY staff, Member of Student Council, Member of Mask and Wig, Chairman of Class Day Committee. Joan 'Hall-Member of Honor Society. Doris Ricks-Accelerated pupil, Special Features Editor, SURVEY, June '51. -nw G 3 N , swf? vw we --:. ,,..... Q if .-::eg. W' gi ,,.,... ...... V S 7 "In a Democracy Top to botfom: William Glascoe-Pianist and musical arranger. Florine Poulson-Concert singer, Mem- ber of Choirg Chairman of Publicity, U. N. Louise Hedgepeth-Soprano soloist. Doris Redmond-Danseuse, member of Modern Dance Groupg Accelerated pupil. Mattie Reed-Danseuse, member of Modern Dance Group. Lionel Jiggetts-Concert pianist. Clara Thompson-Danseuse, member of Modern Dance Group, Member of French Club. Paul Hinton-Male dancer, member of Modern Dance Group, Member of Choir, Guest artist at several musicals, Member of Library Guild. Glascoe Owens-Male dancer, member of Modern Dance Group. Charles Woodridge-Recipient of Gold Key Award in city-wide Art Contestg Artist for school exhibit. 8 Talents are lmpo Top io boflomr Sylvester Reese-Member of Honor So- eietyg Cornetist in School Band. Miles Lokeman-President of School Bandg Student Director of Band. Lenora Parrott-Graduate of Carsorfs School of Modelingg Member of SUR- VEY Staff. Robert Jayson-Artist for Suuvrsvg Art- ist for Graduation Receptiong Honor- able Mention in Art Contestg Artist for school exhibit. Meta Patterson-First prize winner in jabberwock Contest. Eugene Halsey-Artist for SURvEYg Place Award in Art Contestq Artist for school exhibitg President of 12A". Josephine Shephard-Second prize win- ner in Jabberwock Contest. George Grandison-Tap danccrg M. C. at School Carnival. johnny jowers-Varsity football playerg Douglass Varsity Baseball Team. Louis Jones-Pianistg Clarinetistg Base- ball and Football Teamsg Lieutenant of Safety Patrol. 9 rtant" js Top to bottom row, I. to r. ROSETTA LOUISE ADAMS MINNIE LOUISE ANDERSON ANTHONY ALLEN JOHN THOMAS ALLEN JOSEPH ALEXANDER OTELIA D. ARGUNES MARGARIE AUDREY BAILEY SHIRLEY RAE BAILEY CHRISTINE LEE BALL GLORIA ANN BARLAND LILLIE G. BASKERVILLE LORETTA A. BAULKNIGHT J I U 9 N 5 E 1 Most Interesting Experience Visiting Radio City Visiting Washington Being a host to Jackie Robinson Visiting Florida Being captain of the basketball team Singing in A Cappella Choir Visiting Atlantic City Making my debut Seeing the Barnum and Bailey Circus Visiting the Washington Zoo Singing with the Girls Choir Taking an airplane trip To To To To To To To To To To To To ., ,Hi t A . C " l nl nur' . L 72 saw! df f"'4f J, Ambition further my education become a doctor be a pharmacist be a mortician be a mechanical engineer be a nurse attend Morgan College be a fashion designer further my education attend business school major in education practice law J I U 9 N 5 E I Top lo lzollolu row, I. to r. MARGARET C. BAZZLE GLENA FRANCES BEASLEY ALONZO RYLAND BENNETT DOROTHY L. BLACKWELL MELVIN BLACKWELL AUDREY CAROL BLAKE WILLIAM BLAKE EMILY MARTHA BLAND ALVA LOUISE BOONE GEORGIANNA BOYER HOWARD W. BRADFORD ROBERT M. BRADSHAW WN Most Inlcresfing Experience Ambilion Visiting the circus Securing my first job Visiting Canada Visiting Tolby, Virginia Driving to Philadelphia Going to Bop City Knocking my first home-run Taking my first airplane ride Taking my first airplane trip Appearing on the radio Driving in trailer truck Visiting Cincinnati ll Lui' To To To To To To To To 'lin To T0 To become ri librarian be a stenographer attend college become successful become a pharmacist attend Morgan State College be as successful as Jackie Robinson become a secretary further my education become an linglish tcnchcr become im carpenter attend W'cst Virginia Stntc Clnllcge A it '1 il w gl 4 ,f -' Grim WL 7' , V 1914 "- R 5, Q Af if f if MTX E5 Top 10 bolfom row, 1. lo r. SARA ELAINE BRAGG BARBARA C. BRAXTON CONSTANCE H. BRAXTON ROBERTA A. BRIDGETS MARY LOUISE BRILEY ANGELA ELAINE BRISCOE JAMES BRODIE SELMA LYNETTE BROOKS CLARENCE A. BROWN ELLA MAE BROWN FRANCES LENORE BROWN GERALDINE MARIE BROWN 'I Most lnlc resting Expe ricnrr Traveling by plane Visiting Niagra Falls Visiting the World Fair Visiting Florida Visiting New York City Learning to drive a car Visiting New York Visiting New York Attending parties Obtaining my first job Going on my first boat excursion Having an appendectomy Ambition To bc a Gynccologist To be a fashion designer To become a stenographcr To become a business teacher To become a Physical Education Teacher To enter Cortez Peters Business School To be a teacher To attend Cortez Peters Business School To matriculate at Hampton To be a successful secretary To be a social worker To matriculate nt college J I U 9 N 5 E I 12 1 'GMA Top to boffom row, I. to r. IRVIN JEROME BRO'WN NAOMI BROWN EDITH ETHELINE BURGESS MARY BURGESS JOYCE BURRIS LESTER FRESSELL BUSTER NORMAN BUTLER JOSEPH ROSCOE CAMPBELL LAURETTA A. CARROLL DORIS LEE CASHEN CURTIS CHAPMAN DORIS MARIAN CHESTER x. lclt :gk X XX ' l it I 'I ' 1' ll' T217 if 13 Most Inlcrcsling Expt' ricnrc Having my baseball glove autographed by Satchel Paige Attending Teen Canteen Falling in love Taking a trip to New York Taking my first airplane trip Being graduated by elementary school Visiting New Work Being Vice-Principal on Student Day Visiting the Montebello Filtration Plant Attending U. N. Assembly at Temple University Visiting Coney Island Visiting Boston, Massachusetts J l U 9 N 5 E l A-mbiiion To become a Physical Education Teacher To become a Physical Education Teacher To attend Morgan State College To further my education in the busi ness world To be successful To be successful To become an army officer To bc a mathematician To be a dietician To become a social worker To be u mechanic To be a seamstress Top to bottom row, 1. to 1. MABELLE ANNETTE CHEW AVON JOSEPH CHILDS COLYN CLAYTON JUANITA D. CLEMONS RALIDEAN C. COATES FANNIE COLEMAN RUTH NAOMI COLLINS BEALE COOPER BERNARD CORBIN DOROTHY COUNTESS CHARLES CULLEY MARGARET LUCILLE CURTIS J I U 9 N 5 E I Mos! Inlvrexfing E,Yf7L'I'iL'lIL6' Traveling to California Singing for Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Traveling in New England Participating in an auditorium program Participating in sports Flying to Chicago Cruising down the Chesapeake Bay Going to Vermont Modeling in New York Traveling Teaching in class - 't If "p, i 4 al., li , :I 1 wit fi NFS? Ambition To be a success To bc a Mathematics Teacher To be a successful teacher To be successful To be a physician To be successful in business To teach To be an electrical engineer To become a postal clerk To become a Physical Education Teacher To become a success To be a success 14 J 1 U 9 N 5 E I Top lo bollom row, 1. to r. EMMA LOUISIA DAVIS WILLIAM DAVIS WILLIAM EDWARD DAY SHIRLEY ANGELA DEAN SIDNEY J. DE GRAFENREID OMAR DOALI BETTY JANE DORSEY JOSEPH DORSEY MERCEDES H. DOUGLASS CHARLES H. DUGGINS MACEO DUMAS JEAN MIRIAM DYER Must Illft'l'l'J1fIlg Exfn-r'i4'llii Visiting New York Surviving from drowning Visiting New York and California Going to Atlantic City Playing on the football team Being graduated from high school Playing basketball Running in the Penn Relays of 1950 Going on a dance tour Going to the Penn Relays Living Flying to the coast 15 Ambition be a nurse be Ll structural engineer be an engineer attend Coppin be a demolition engineer be an educator become a teacher be a physician be a History Teacher become a bricklayer be a demolition engineer become fl Pcdiatrician NN -C3 Ri gg ini ,X S I I QQ ,i I I 1 IJ , . .1 , I. I, I 046 t+,"l', ll T S 1 l is gag Top to bottom row, I. fo ANNESLIA EDMONDS ROBERTA ANITA EPPS MARGARET ERWIN RENE ETIENNE MABEL MARIE EVANS DELAPHINE FAUCETTE DORIS ANN FIELDS IRVIN EUGENE FIELDS BERTHA S. FIGUEREDO HARRY L. FITZGERALD ELIZABETH FORD MARLENE MARY FORD Mos! Interesting Exlwrierlre Going to Hershey, Pennsylvania Visiting New York Seeing Penny Singleton Attending Hi-Y Conferences Learning to swim Getting my first driver's lesson Traveling Attending my first formal dance Getting my first job as an interpreter Going to New York Visiting the Planetarium in Pennsyl- vania Being inducted in the National Honor Society Ambition To open a dress shop To be a nurse To be zz Home Economics Teacher To become a Physics Teacher To be a success To be successful in business To be a nurse To be a doctor To be a successful business woman To become a Physical Education Teacher To be successful in business To matriculnre at Howard J I U 9 N 5 E I T011 to Imtlom row, l. fo r. DOROTHY MAE FORREST ANNIE FOSTER CLAUDIA V. FREDERICK GLORIA FREEMAN CLYDE GARY JEANNETTE GARY MARY ELIZABETH GEE ROBERT GEE MURIEL LOUISE GIBSON FLORENCE V. GILES WILLIAM WEAVER GLASCOE DANESE LILLIAN GOODWIN X' ill :ie . i xi W T, Aiilwx ilrlvli xv - , , 17 Mos! Irllvrcxlillg If.x1u'riemc' Coming to Baltimore Iixploring Falls Visiting tlie Luray Caverns Playing basketball Fishing in West Virginia Falling in love Visiting Boston alone Having my first car acci.lcnt Visiting Mercy Hospital, Philadelphia Seeing Congress in session Visiting Pennsylvania Attending Co-ed Confercmms To To To To To To To To To To To To J I U 9 N 5 E I fl mlviliou teach besome a tailor became a History Teacher be a Physical lidueguion Teacher become a minister become at nurse be a dancer be an architect attend college be successful become xi musician mntriculnte Morgan College Top to bollom row, 1. to r. EVA MARIE GORDON GEORGE J. GRANDISON ARTHUR BERNARD GRAY DORIS MAE GREEN JOY FAUSTINA GREEN BETTY MAE GRIFFIN EMMA CAMPBELL GRIMES JUNE ESTHER GRIMES MATILDA GROSS INEZ JULIA HALL JOAN ELEANOR HALL VERNETTA E. HALL J l U 9 N 5 E I Mutt Ir1fcrt'sti11g Experience Singing in A Cappella Choir Falling in love Visiting Radio City Being in a cyclone Being on a radio broadcast Visiting Fort Dix, New Jersey Visiting New York, Washington Philadelphia Being in a radio broadcast Dancing before an audience Going to Woodside Park Being in the first and last ycars Douglass Visiting New Jersey and of if 5, I J ,awp nw ,4, 1 ii ' Q' Nl, Ambition To become a Physical Education Instructor To be a successful teacher To become a doctor To be successful To be an elementary school teacher To be a nurse To be a nurse To become an elementary school teacher To be Ll teacher To attend Coppin Teachers' College To be ll business woman To be a Mathematics Teacher 4 . 18 J I U 9 N 5 E I Top to bottom row, I. to r. EUGENE HAYWOOD HALSY CHARLES M. HARDISON WILLIAM HARPER JOHN BERNARD HARRIS JOHN HARRIS CARROLL W. HARRISON EDWIN WESLEY HAYNES MABEL VIVIAN I-IEBRON LOUISE RUTH HEDGEPETH MARY DOLORES HEGGIE DOROTHY ANN HEIGH WILLIAM HENSON 19 iw QIQI , Most Inieresling Expcrkwce Ambition Visiting New York Participating in sports Attending first basketball game Visiting Rockefeller Center Visiting Washington Zoo Visiting New York Growing tobacco Vacationing in Canada Singing at Polytechnic Seeing Boston, Massachussetts Going up in a racer dip Camping attend Franklin School of Art become a doctor become an electrician enter the ministry enter the Air Force further my education become a doctor mntriculate at Morgan College become a singer become a social worker bc n success in thc business world be an agriculture agent C il' Nl L is 'sei n sy 4 V' ' Li ni ,J - lx ' il , fir I :l f 5 Top lo 170110111 row, l. I0 r. RICHARD HILL PAUL SYLVESTER HINTON HENRY HOLLAND JOHN HENRY HOLLAND GLORIA HOLLEY WILLIAM HOLMES VENCIEDORA P. HOWARD DONALD E. HUMPHRIES JOETHEL INGRAM BARBARA JANE JACKSON MERCEDES P. JACKSON MILLIE ANN JACOBS Most Irflfwstirzg Expvrielzu Meeting Lena Horne Scoring the winning touchdown Flying over Philadelphia Visiting New York Drivin a car to NY'ashin 'ton on g Ia gallon of gas Visiting Virginia State College Operating n photo service Crossing the Potomac River Going to Coney Island Traveling Traveling alone To To To To To To To To To To To To Am bilion become il coach in a high school attend college be a success be an interior decorator be a successful dancer be an electrician matriculnte at Morgan Collage be a physician be a seamstress attend a business school teach business further my education J I U 9 N 5 E I 20 Top lo lwtlom row, I. to r. LEROY JAMES ROBERT FRANCIS JAYSON THOMASINE JEFFERSON DOROTHY A. JEFFRIES BARBARA ANN JENKINS LIONEL EDWARD JIGGETS ARDELL ODESSA JOHNSON EDNA JOHNSON EULA MAE JOHNSON FRANK JOHNSON IONA ROBINETTE JOHNSON JAMES EDWARD JOHNSON ,lb ill- i, 'XR f li -T il :N ll lib ly ,I " div 21 Maxi Illfl'l'l'X1iVIj1 l2x'1u'ril'1n i Gaming to tlie race track Wiiiniiig the Senior Selinlnsxie Ari Award Playing bnslaetbnll Getting my Hrst job Being captain of tlie Girls' llaslteilull Team Going on first train trip Visiting New Ynrk Going to the mp of tlie lfinpire Sigue Building Playing all sports Riding to lilizibetli City. Nnrtli Clim- linn Sailing on .1 Destroyer Visiting Canada To To To To To TU J I U 9 N 5 E I Amlziliun be at politician be an nrt teiclier be successful become n social worker be a Physical Ifducntion Te.1cl1er be .i eoneert piinist To be n music tenclier To attend business scliuol To become a doctor Tn attend Cortez Peters Business Selitml To join the United States Navy Tn be an elementary school teacher T011 fo lroflom row, 1. in rx MABEL THERESA JOHNSON MARY JOHNSON VERNA MAE JOHNSON CATHERINE D. JONES HARRIET ELAINE JONES IRENE NORA JONES LOUIS ANTHONY JONES MORRIS ALLEN JONES ODIE JONES JOHNNIE EDWARD JOWERS DOROTHY JULIA KELLUM DOROTHY VIOLA KNIGHT J I U 9 N 5 E I Max! Irffervxfilig lixprrierzir Going to Atlantic City with the Choir Attending my first formal dance Meeting Dr. Alpenfels Taking :in airplane trip Visiting the Blue Ridge Mountains Learning to drive Sailing on a Merchant Marine Ship Participating in sports Fishing Participating in all sports Visiting Princess Anne College Taking my first airplane trip To To To To To To To To To To To To 1 , Q a l' 'il1" U ia 1814 ,. ill ,' if Amlzilirm be a success be successful be successful become a social worker become a nurse :Attend Morgan State College be successful in Physical Education further my education be n Physical lfducation Teacher be a Physical Education Teacher become a professional model be a teacher 22 J I U 9 N 5 E I Tap In buflom ruu', I. lu r. EARL KNIGHT JONATHAN B. LA GRANGE HARRY LAMBERT SHIRLEY IDA LATTIMORE LETITIA LOUISE LEEPER ALEASE E. LIFFORD HAZEL VERA LITAKER ALMA LLOYD JO ELLEN CYNTHIA LOFTON CLARENCE LOGAN MILES LOKEMAN ROBERT PAIGE LOWERS 23 Mm! Ivzlrrrslilig Expr fifllft' Being stranded on n runaway roller coaster Particiutin' in s orts I is P Visitin' New York lf, Getting my first driver's lesson Being student teacher for Home Ifco- numics Visiting New York Traveling Going on my Hrst date Helping sick people Appearing on radio and television Interviewing Sidney Traub To To To To To To To To To To To To Ambition be al successful engineer be an :Auto mechanic bc fl professor of mathematics be a success be a seamstress be a stenographer be n nurse be a successful typist be a successful nurse be an independent business be a swing band leader study business 1 NN All, uk, x W-6 L ,," IJ, 'f'iflfi"i -X ,C ,ull lilly KV 'A , H1111 yy ' i ,Wi I-L ff glffx I Ta ir? , If n T011 la lwlfom raw, l. lu r. ELSIE MACKEY CLARKE MALLORY GLADYS LOUISE MANGUM EVELYN ALICE MARTIN RAMON JOSE MARTINEZ ANTONY MASON DELANO McCALLUM CALVIN TAYLOR McCLEARY DAVID McCORY UNDINE D. McDONALD FREDA MCKINNEY PHYLLIS MILLARD Most Intl' rrxiiug EA pc View 1' Meeting -loc Louis and Canada l.ee Traveling Going on my first date Appearing on television Visiting New York Operating a photo service Wutcllizig jackie Robinson at libbets Field D.1ting Learning to play the piano XVorking in the school ofhce Tmveling alone Playing in the tennis tournament To To To To To To To To To To To To Am bifion attend business school become a mortician be a successful typist be a successful file clerk be a military oificer be .1 physician be .1 psychologist study dentistry be a pharmacist become a Home Economies Teacher be a private secretary become an X-ray technician J I U 9 N 5 E I 24 Top lo bollom row, l. lo r. REBA ELAINE MILLER IRENE CAROLYN MITCHELL NORMAN MOANEY JEAN DELORES MORRIS SHIRLEY MAE MOSS ESTELLE ELIZA MOULDEN ELIZABETH F. NICHOLS CECILIA CARMENTA NOEL JOSEPH OLIVER ADRIENNE MARY OWENS GLASCOE OWENS IDA ELAINE PAGE X. ffl , V , Vi ln, ihxk- ii Q' l. J -' if Ml its i P cf 43 25 Moxf IVIf6'fl'SfiI1g Expt' rivlifc' Being inducted in the National Honor Society Singing in the choir Seeing President Truman's Inauguration Being the maid of honor at .1 wedding Having a minor operation Being a member of model U. N. Winning a beauty contest Participating in sports Visiting Atlantic City Meeting Dorothea Bucholtv, dancer Breaking my wrist To To To To To To To To To To To To J I U 9 N 5 E I Ambiliim teach Spanish become a commerical artist be a buyer of men's wear become a seamstress attend Cortez Peters be an elementary school teacher become a teacher be a Physical Education Teacher be a Physical Education Teacher be a success become a psychiatrist become a teacher S "f.. ' ir, iip R Top fo 170110111 row, I. I0 r. GRACE PALMER VERNON PALMER JEAN PARKER JOYCE YVONNE PARKS HARRIET DELORES PARR LENORA PARROTT META LEAH PATTERSON GLORIA PAUL DONALD EDWARD PAYNE SUBENIA MAE PETTIE DELORES ANN PINDLE FLORINE LILLIAN POULSON J I U 9 N 5 E I Maxi' Irliervslirlg Ii.x'ju'rivrn'4 Appearing on television Visiting Radio City Attending a football game in Hershey, Pennsylvania Attending the colored National Tennis Tournament Traveling Meeting jackie Robinson Touring Alabama Visiting New jersey Playing in the All-Star basketball game Visiting New York City Visiting the Capitol Appearing in my first concert To fo To Til To To To To To To To To ' fl , 1-1 Q ,N ,WN 'l, 'PW 'W gif f"'4' T is 5 Am biiiun become a successful zypist be J commercial artist become a secretary matriculate at Morgan College be ri success be .1 photographic model become a teacher be 3 seamstress be a journalist be successful be a success attend Morgan College 26 J I U 9 N 5 E I Top In lwffmn mir, 1. lu r. HARVEY POULSTON PHYLLIS RANDALL JOHN EDWARD RAWLINGS MILDRED ANN RAWLINGS DORIS EURELIA REDMOND JEAN REDMOND MAMIE REED MATTIE RUTH REED SYLVESTER REEsE coNsTANcE P. REGUSTERS GLORIA MARIE REID DONALD RICE Mus! Ifllrr'r'xfi11g Ii vpr rivm U Being a wrestler Visiting Radio City Attending Hi-Y Conferences Participating in 'fluniur Town Meetin of the Air" Dancing before a large audience Meeting Lena Horne Visiting Mexico Participating in a radio broadcast Playing in the band Seeing "South Pacincu Visiting Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Traveling 27 Amlfilirm To join the Army To attend college To become a doctor To major in elementary education To become a successful professional woman To attend Morgan College To To To To To To be successful in business become a stenographer be a successful musician major in elementary education major in business become successful Q: ls 'V I M551 ii-lu N. lb .Q '-f. fu, Rv 'lv ll ll! 1 ,i ' 'WP . , ii' 1 I HW " r i 'alt ff iff f Wf fcff 1 M1 , , ' iii E5 Top Io boifom row, 1. fo r. EUGENE RICHARDSON LLOYD C. RICHARDSON ZERITA JOY RICHARDSON DORIS BELL RICKS LILLIAN ANN RIDEOUT DONALD RIGBY BEATRICE EDNA RINGGOLD BLANCHE RUTH ROBERTS DAVID WILLIAM ROBINSON VATTEL THEODORE ROSE CHARLES SAUNDERS CAROLYN ANN SHAW Most Iulcrvsiing Erllcrience Ambiiion Camping To become a pharmacist Cruising to South America To study law Visiting New York To become an elementary school teacher Visiting Virginia To be a foreign language teacher Playing in a concert Being elected boy speaker of Delegates Seeing joe Louis fight Being in my first saxophone Studying chemistry Visiting Camp Meade Visiting Annapolis Visiting New York Huus-: of recital To To To To To Tu To To be an elementary school teath r be a dentist become a mortician be in the W. A. F. be a physician pursue a career in th attend college be an army nurse J U N E c A I 9 5 I rmy "-JG Q :.2E2s S i of Top to llotlom row, l. 10 V. WESLEY SHELTON JOSEPHINE J. SHEPHARD JANICE CORA SHIELDS ELAINE JOYCE SHOEMAKER ELEANOR Y. SHORTER BARBARA smma ETHEL DELORES sivurn FRANCIS sivima JONATHAN SMITH PAUL BERNARD SMITH VIOLA ANN SMITH WILLIE MAE SMITH gy if' i t il. in i lk X 1 "wk X-'fs .Nil xw ', i RBI-X 4 -1 ,I 29 Muxl Illfl'l't'Xfillg 1ix1n'rit':uc l"l'1otographing Learning to swim Becoming engaged Visiting Canada Exploring the battle-grnund at Gettvs burg Visiting New York lintering Douglass Working with radios Participating in a bajmin IUCIIL Living Visiting Mexico Seeing Katherine Dunham IGH LUIIYIYI To To To To To To To To To To To To J I U 9 N 5 E I Ill!! bil ian be ri plmrmacist become a pharmacist become a stenograplier attend Morgan State College be a success become a heart specialist bc a nurse advance in electronics become a pharmacist attend Loyola College attend Morgan be a success Q .t..s Top Io bollom row, 1. lo r. MARILYN YVONEE SODEN HELENA SORRELL CATHERINE SPEAKS ETHEL ODELLA STANLEY JEWEL C. STANLEY JAMES DANIEL STEELE GERALDINE E. STEWART JOHN EMORY STITH CHARLES WESLEY SYE BERLIN LOLA TABB GLADYS MAE TAYLOR JEAN PEARL TAYLOR J I U 9 N 5 E I Mos! Ilziervsliug Experience Having my first musical recital Participating in a radio broadcast Visiting New York Playing on the Douglass Basketball Team Visiting Canada Riding to Pittsburgh Talking to Mr. Truman Attending many schools Vacationing in Montreal, Visiting Niagara Falls Visiting Massachusetts Canada To To To To To To To To To To To To I ,nh ff 3 ,i IW' "1 . Wir ,ff 4 3+ ff, f' W ri jf' " lg 'sa W Ambition become a doctor become a lawyer be an elementary school teacher be a Physical Education Teacher be an elementary school teacher attend Howard University be a nurse be an architect be successful become a nurse be successful in business become a social worker 30 J I U 9 N 5 E I Top to bottom row, l. to r. SHIRLEY MAE TAYLOR JOAN ELAINE TILGHMAN CLARA THOMPSON JAMES B. THOMPSON MARTHA LEE THOMPSON OSABEL CARRIE TODD CONRAD WILLIAM TURNER JOSEPH TURPIN CONSTANCE P. VALENTINE ALMA LUCILLE WADE MIRIAM P. WAINWRIGHT Mos! Iwlfrrvsiing Ex'1u'ricmr Visiting Mexico Singing Going to New York by plane Attending school in New Jersey Traveling Visiting Washington, D. C. Participating in my first championship game Making the All City Football Team Visiting New York Flying an airplane Visiting New York alone Skating at the Coliseum IRVIN VALENTINE 31 NX A mbifion To be successful in business To become a nurse To become an elementary school teacher To be a History professor To be a dress designer To be successful To become a Physical Education Teacher To become :i social worker To become an elementary school teacher To be il Commercial artist To bc a nurse To become 1 nurst ik f f gl xx X ell: . s 'N is i Y .B NH E5 6' X M , , 'WI' ". l lrvfsv T011 lo boffom row, I. to r. BERNARD WASHINGTON HARRIET V. WASHINGTON. RANDOLPH WASHINGTON ERMA DELORES WATTS ETHEL GERALDINE WATTS CARMENA F. WATSON CLAUDIA WHITE LIONEL WHITE MARY WHITE MILLARD WHITE NATALIE D. WHITNEY NORMA EVELINE WHITTLE Mos! Intcrcsfiug E i'11crir'm'c Ambifiqm Going to Radio City Cutting my first job Going to Camp Linston Traveling alone Visiting Visiting Being a Visiting Playing Visiting Coney Island thc Carribean Slllcsnffln Miami in the band Coney Island Islands Attending an International Convention To To To To To To To To To To To To attend college be a secretary attend Hampton become n typist be a nurse become a social become a WAC be successful in be a success bc a successful be a success be a missionary J U N E worker busii mLlsi ILSS Cian I 9 5 1 Top 10 lwilom mir, I. io r. DORIS ESTELLE WHYTE MYRNA JOYCE WHYTE BETTYE LEE WILLIAMS DOLORES ANNIE WILLIAMS MOXLEY WALDO WILLIS ERNEST WILSON JOAN GERTRUDE WILSON CONSTANTIA WINDER MARION ELIZABETH WISE GLORIA DEAN WOOD CHARLES W. WOODRIDGE BERKELY WOODS Viz, i it in 33 Mort Inn-rcxliug lj,xp4-rirllii Seeing the Statue of Liberty Interviewing Roy CZIIITIPJIICIIJ Helping sick people Falling in love Sitting in George X!"-ISIIIIIKIUIIIS Pew Partieipntiiig in sports Attending the Penn Relays Playing the clarinet Visiting the Capitol Attending an interracial conferenen Flying to Wnsliiiigtiwii, D. C. Playing n trumpet in the school band 'Ili To To To To To To To To To To Tu J I U 9 N 5 E I Am lriliun join the VV. A. Ii. become a l114lll1Cl11dlIkl4lIl be a nurse be ai teacher become a drummer become a Gym Teacher become a Psychiatrist bceomc a teacher become a nurse become a social worker be an industrial artist become an orchestra leader June, l95l Lvf! fo Riglif: Most Inlvrvsiing Exlwrirllu EUGENE WOO'DWARD MAE HELEN WORTHY VIVIAN LOUISE WRIGHT CONSTANCE V. WYATT BERNICE YVONNE YARBO JOYCE MARGARET YOUNG MARLENE E. YOUNG RUXTON YOUNG Dating Visiting New York Visiting New York Taking Public Polls Visiting Florida Visiting Radio City Visiting Canada Attending ii jazz Pliillmr lx11m1 ii To To To To To To To To A Salute to the Boys in Service Ambilion become a machinist be II nurse become ai success attend college be C1 success attend Coppin Tcnclicrs College become n teacher become xn army orliccr The June 1951 graduating class remembers with They arc: pride, the boys from the graduating class who have Cglrglzs gone into the Armed Forces to serve our country. Aquila Gilmore Henry Horton The Edilorial Sla 34 l2A1 involved in a problem in advanced algebra. Miss Wise prepares 12Af for a Literature Unit- Mr. Marshall is the teacher. "Best Sellers of the Ages". ,W 3 Democracy Thinking is 5 'VG DCU w S Gd!! Mrs. Young assigns 12A5 a lesson in topographv. Class 12Afi works with types of Chemical changes Mr. Payne is the teacher. Mr. Nelson has Class 12A' to translate an exercise in French. One student finds a Chemistry page hard to translate. Mesdames Anderson, Lawrence and Sawyer guide the Editors in their reportorial work. Members of the Toussaint L'Ouverture Debating Club. Miss Wise, their Adviser, is proud of this group. Members of the Honor Society with their Sponsor, Mrs. Young. The graduating members of the Student Council are honored to have their Principal, Mr. Reckling, present at a meeting. Members of Classes IZAN and 12A" executing a typing unit. IZA' is given some important data on documentation by Mrs. Anderson, their teacher. Class IZAN demonstrating the various computation machines used in Office Practice. Mrs. Walker is their teacher. il Mrs. Page gives Class 12A7 helpful points in consumer education. The girls are placing a valuation on the chair. Left: 12A"' demonstrating the various phases of sales- manship. Mr. Cummings is Teacher-Coordinator. Above: Some girls of 12A" examining with Mrs. Key the new equipment in the Home Economics Department. "Tech" boys in the Machine Shop. Mr. Riley teaches this course. Other "Tech" boys testing electrical apparatus Mr. Carter is their teacher. Members of the Art Curriculum in creative activities under the direction of Mr. Taylor. Clarke Mallory entecutes an assignment in woodwork given by Mr. Lewis. Friends entering the portals of Douglass to begin Mrs. Ashe and Carroll Harrison enroute to B. 86 O. the day's work. Station where, joined by other members of "Los Viajeros", they left for New York to view the wonders of the metropolis. X 6 Democracy Gefhhg 4 "XG Of? -9 . Qxhers is E556 . do nflgff. Charles, Claudia and Margaret enjoy a few moments The members of the Library Guild and their Sponsor, prior to plunging into the work of the Business Staff. Miss Anthony. 40 Q Senior Committee assigned to write program activities for Fare- well Assembly and Class Night. Mesdame Young, Perdue, Law- rence and Messrs. Collick, Cum- mings and Williams are Advisers. 41 Senior Committee on Attire for Class Night and Commencement. Senior Committee in charge of graduation festivities. Captain Edward Johnson and graduating members Graduating members of the Hi-Y. Mr. Diggs is of the Safety Patrol. the Adviser. Buster and Bradshaw check with Treas urer Bennett. Miss Dowdy, who is in charge of Survey finances, checks and double checks with Tony and Donald. 4- Z The Vice-Principal is discussing a routine matter with Berlin and Constance. Gloria does not Gnd it unpleasant lo give Charles an admit card to his class. Mrs. Howard, Head Counselor, advises Danese in Mrs. Veney, school Nurse, weighs Elaine, while the choice of a college, while David checks for further Charles is viewing his health card. data on colleges. 43 Class 12A' boasts 10096 in the Survey rating. Mr. Pennington is the home- room teacher. 12Af' also boasts of 10077 Survey sales rating. Mrs. Page is the homeroom teacher. The Douglass Chapter of U. N. en masse. Mrs. Naomi Hardy is the Sponsor. Class IZA3 with the homeroom teacher, Mrs. Lawrence. This class was the Hrst to receive 1009? in Survey sales. The journalism Class and the Editorial Staff of the Courier in a joint meeting. Mrs. Mae W. Allen is the Adviser. Members of the Editorial and Managerial Staffs of the Survey, june 1951 Members of the Editorial and Business Staffs of the Survey, June 1951 The Commercial Club checks its minutes with the Sponsor, Mrs. Theresa Walker. Miss Killins is the other Sponsor. Cfwmszn NEWS Campbell points out to official members of the Managerial Staff the splendid work they accom- plished. Doris Ricks, Joyce Williams and Doris Redmond find it necessary ro work exceptionally hard as accelerated pupils. The President of the French Club points out to members of the Spanish Club the famous Tri- Color. Mesdames Barnum and Holtzclaw are the Sponsors. 46 Graduating members of the Assem- bly Choir. This group will ac- company Mrs. Chester and her entire choir to Atlantic City to be the guests at an Educational Con- vention. Members of the Negro History Club. Mr. Lewis Sheppard is the Sponsor. 47 Graduating members of the School Band which is under the direction of Mr. Stanley Williams. Democracy in Action Doris Green Democracy means government by the people and for the people. Democracy is a term to describe two things, a political system and a way of life. In politics, democracy stands for the right of all the people to determine their own fate. As a way of life, democracy has for its goal the development of each person into all that he can possibly become. Some have believed that a small group which has had special opportunities for education and personal development can best make decisions for people. Others have held that any such ruling group will generally look out for its own interest only, and that in any case "a fool can put on his own coat better than a wise man can put it on for him." Political democracy is only one part of the demo- cratic ideal. Democracy ought to mean the right of everyone to share in all the decisions that affect his life, and not merely in political decisionsg for democracy means government by the people and for the people. Democracy in Action Alva Boone D-emocracy is a way of life E-ach of us may enjoyg M-any seek it through their strife O-thers try to destroyg C-ooperation as first we need, R-espect each for the other, A-lliance with all the world we plead, C-ompassion toward our brotherg Y-outh should serve in all the tasks, I-nstead of just a fewg N-o matter what we're sometimes asked, A-ll good comes to those who dog C-haritable citizens are full of grace, T-olerant to all regardless of raceg I-nternational friendship should increase, O-nward to a lasting peace ' N-ever should democracy cease. A Step in the Right Direction David W. Robinson Universally, people have the desire to belong and to be recognized. They have a magnetic tie causing them to wish to participate in community life and society in general. In our society, however, we have sub-groups of caste and class which are detrimental to our demo- crati-c way of life. These minority groups have restrictions imposed upon them, while members of the other group have special privileges. Each member of these minority groups must follow a conventional system. He must be affected by many varieties of discriminations. These conditions pro- duce cumulative frustrations and resentmentg con- sequently, unwholesome effects are produced upon would be unity of the American people. Our Declaration of Independence and our Con- stitution imply that-all men are equal before the law and in their rights to educational, economical, and social opportunity. During the last decade American schools have played an important role in promoting this conception of equality. Many educators now urge the instruction of desirable at- titudes and the reformation of those who are pos- sessors of undemocratic concepts. They seek to understand the cultural force as found in the unity of family, church, school, social and occupational groups, which are patterns of brotherhood. They realize that the acknowledgment of the diversity of racial and religious sub-groups within our popu- lation is in the interest of international welfare and brotherhood. They realize, also, that it is their problem to make one nation from many races and creeds, one culture from the European, Indian, African, and Asiatic cultures that have been brought to America. 48 Evidence of Democracy in Student Government Margaret Erwin The Student Council is a phase of school life in which democracy in action really functions. Through student government the pupils of Doug- lass High School are acquainted with the purposes of a democratic society. The council stimulates school loyalty and fosters cooperation among the students. In many ways the Student Council is comparable to the oiiicers of the Federal Government. First, the student officials, who consist of president, vice- president, secretary, and treasurer, have similar duties to the President of the United States and his Cabinet. The cabinet of the Student Council, composed of its officers, two representatives from each class, oiiicials of the Student Court, and fac- ulty sponsors, formulates the policies and suggests means of executing them among the student body. Next, the method of selecting officers twice a year is the same as that used in representative govern- ment. Elections are made through general voting. In order that students may know the qualifications of each candidate, a mock campaign convention with all of its pageantry and fanfare is held in the auditorium. Another function of the council in- volves the improvement of teacher-pupil relation- ship, greater respect for school regulations, and more protection of school property. Once a year Student Day is celebrated, and pupils assume all official duties. Finally, the council representatives keep in contact with the faculty through confer- ences with the principal. Thus, the Student Council is the main factor in linking together the faculty and the student-body. It is a constant guide in school-life by which the students of today become better democratic citi- zens of tomorrow. Making Democracy Work in Douglass Helena Sorrell Peoples of the world today are realizing more and more that it is necessary that youth be taught how to help create a real democracy. It is with this thought in mind, that Douglass has tried to make democracy work. The Student Council, Stu- dent Court, Courier, and Hi-Y, are excellent ex- amples of organizations which encouraged student participation. The Mask and Wig, Ne Caesarii, La Cercle Francais, Y Teens, and the Negro History Club are just a few of the many clubs in which the pupils, as future citizens, have had a chance to assume the responsibilities and enjoy the privi- leges of a democracy. The many educational as- semblies and the extra courses also have helped to make Douglass a democratic school. Perhaps one of the most outstanding opportunities for making democracy work has been Student Day, the day on which the pupils filled the positions of the clerks, nurse, faculty, and administrative staff. As a result of these opportunities, the members of thc June graduating class of 1951 feel that they have had invaluable training in democratic procedures that will enable them to be worthwhile citizens of tomorrow. Democracy Depends upon the Future Generation Catherine Speaks E The democratic way of life is constituted by freedom of and respect for each individual. De- mocracy promotes freedom of speech and of the press. It gives each man the opportunity to wor- ship God in his own way. In a democratic society, an individual's ability and initiative are rewarded by unlimited opportunities in the fields of educa- tion and of employment. Democracy is menaced by threats of global wars, the spread of religious and racial prejudices, and by the lack of understanding among nations. Youth can insure the preservation of democratic practices by gaining as much knowledge as possi- ble about the customs and ideals of people in other 49 countries. Another means of insuring democratic practices is by each person's exercising the rights of a free citizen. This can be done mainly by his obtaining an education, by voting, by participat- ing in community life and by being law-abiding. Supporting and joining organizations which promote democratic ideals, such as the U.N., NAACP, UNESCO, etc., is another way that youth can help to preserve democratic practices at home and abroad. Unless the youth believe in, support, and are willing to fight for democracy, there will be no democracy in the world. Leaders of Democracy Mary Anner johnson Today's children, the future leaders of a true democratic government, are laying the foundation for richer, fuller and more abundant lives. A great task has been placed upon us, a task of telling the world what democracy means to us. An under- standing of democracy is necessary because it means different things to different people. To one it may mean the majority rule, to another the guarantee of equal rights where the people do the voting. Still to another it could mean individual responsibilities without governmental interferences. Whatever democracy might mean it is our duty to create within its future leaders the importance of democratic freedom. One person's freedom leaves off where another's begins, therefore everyone should make freedom his business. We are the destined leaders of a tumultous world. A world that is in need of people who love to hear the bells of freedom ring. As "Freedom's People," we shall keep those bells tolling forever and ever in the hearts of men. MacArthur-Truman Controversy Sara Bragg On Tuesday, April 11th, President Truman re- vealed to the nation Qand the worldj that he had relieved MacArthur of all his commands in the Far East. The president declared in his statement that he had relieved MacArthur "with deep re- gret." Truman stated'that his reason for remov- ing MacArthur was that the latter was not in agreement with the plans made by Truman's Ad- ministration and those of the United Nations. Later, MacArthur delivered a speech to Congress in which he propounded his views--that of extend- ing the war from its present situation, Korea, to the "sanctuary of Manchuriaf' These two views have been debated widely but it seems to be the consensus that everyone wants to preserve the democratic way of life. The Need for Unity in America Today Shirley Dean Never before in the history of the United States has the need for unity among our people been as vital as at the present time. Today, our country is being torn constantly farther apart by political disagreements, labor disputes, inflation, and racial and minority problems. Through the years, the United States has been spared the destruction and chaos of war because it has been protected by the great Pacific and At- lantic Oceans, which have made it difficult for an enemy attack. But, due to the fact that both aircraft and sea-going vessels are now greatly im- proved and have been made more ominous by the development of atomic Weapons, these oceans are no longer an obstacle to the enemy. In order to survive as a nation under these dis- advantages, the American people must be made conscious of the need for unity, and must be will- ing to work industriously towards a better de- mocracy. How can America, as a world leader ex- pect to be respected, if the American people do not respect the civil rights of their fellow countrymen? If the people of America do not act now, and strive with all their hearts and souls to regain peace, harmony, and, above all unity, as a people and as a nation, America will no longer revel in the glory of its democracy. 50 Vocational Opportunities in a Democracy Mark-nc Ford With graduation at hand, our thoughts are focused on the difficult task of obtaining a posi- tion. In a democracy such as ours, there are a number of vocational opportunities for persons who are qualified. The commercial field offers numerous openings for those who have the ambition and determina- tion to be a success. In business there are open- ings as bookkeepers, clerks, typists, machine op- erators, and stenographers. For the young men who are qualified such jobs as junior executives, doing legal secretarial work and shorthand report- ing are promising. Here may be the chance for a person who has made a favorable impression in a lowly office position. With the advent of television, this field will and is offering a number of opportunities to a young person. In television-there are many new openings for engineers, technicians, and laboratory experimenters, as well as for all the jobs presently existing in radio. The United States Army offers unique career possibilities. An army career offers the advantages of congenial association, opportunities for travel, educational advancement and retirement security. There are a vast number of openings existing in the nursing profession. A nursing career offers the advantages of a satisfying life and advancements. With opportunities go responsibilities which the graduate must meet to be a success. A Tribute to the Faculty Florinr' Poulson We, the members of the june graduating class of nineteen hundred and fifty-one, feel that we owe a great debt of thanks to our faculty. Through the faculty's aid We have succeeded in reaching the first step in the American pattern of education for democratic living. Let us consider some of the things that our faculty has done for us. They have given us indi- vidual advice and guidanceg they have encouraged and inspired us to continue school through the wisdom of their own experiences. Our faculty has, also, given us a broad subject matter offering, and has helped us to develop desirable attitudes, ideals, and skills. Other things that our faculty has done, include helping us to practice good citizenship through homeroom activities, through student council participation, through sponsoring clubs, and through a variety of classroom projects. These are certainly important aspects of demo- cratic living. "To you, who have made us understand the true meaning of democracy, we express our great- est thanks, for it is you who have begun the molding of our democratic lives." A Seat in the Model United Nations Frances Nichols As we are growing into the men and women of tomorrow, we are gradually coming face to face with many world problems. Now, more than ever, the Youth of America is participating in many organizations upon whose success the future of our country depends. The United Nations is an ex- ample of what is meant. Maybe we have not yet taken part in the activi- ties of the big U. N., but we have and still can become members of a Model U. N. Many high school students from different states participate in the Model U. N. meeting held annually at Tem- 51 ple University in Philadelphia. This year Doug- lass representing Brazil, was active in the meeting Since it is a model of the big U. N., the procedure for discussion is the same. Here, where many races and nationalities gather, any representative may state his opinion and give and accept criticism. The Model U. N. has become a means by which political and economic problems of the world may be discussed by Youth. It is also an instrument for informing us about the matters that arise in the big U. N., many of which may help to deter- mine our future. Youth Faces Adulthood in a Democratic World Odie lanes, Ir. The Class of June '51 sees the world as a sphere of boundless possibilities. We want to enter the life of that world as adults, capable of perceiving and solving the problems that affect us all. We are working toward making this world a strong and a democratic one. There is a need for recreation programs, and organizations of religious, civic, and social natures which would bring youth together to discuss current problems. This Class can help supply these needs. Youth is trying to face adult life in a demo- cratic world, but must receive encouragement from the older people. We must be given credit by the older ones for what we are doing and gain inspiration to go on to greater achievements. The security of civilization rests upon the strug- gles of men fighting for a well organized society where conflicts are less likely to arise and adjust- ments can be easily made. As we face adult life in a democratic world, it should be our aim to ac- quire and maintain this security throughout our life. Christianity and Democracy Norma Whittle When the bells of the State House at Philadel- phia rang out its bold message, on that historic July 4, 1776, the Words inscribed on the bell were long to be remembered. On it Were fixed the words "Proclaim liberty throughout the world to all the inhabitants there- of." The fight for independence that followed Was the birth throes of the great American De- mocracy. These words were in keeping with the will of the Great God of the Universe that all men be given equal liberty and rights, regardless of race, creed, or nationality. In spite of this, mankind has failed to practice democra-cy in the form of the four essential free- doms-freedom of speech and expression, freedom of worship, freedom from want and freedom from fear. Failure to practice these freedoms has kept human society in constant conflict by racial divi- sions, religious prejudices, jealousies, rivalries, hatreds, selfish competitions, and intolerance. Christianity is the only remedy for true freedom. In these momentous times all lovers of freedom must rally to the defense of these precious prin- ciples. As we, the generation of tomorrow, pass through the great wide doors of Douglass High School into all walks of life, We must practice Christianity along every avenue of human endeavor and en- courage others to do so. Only by doing this will we help real freedom to be realized in its fullest Seflsc. At Last The Time Has Come Bernard Washington The time has come for us, the members of the June '51 graduating-class of Douglass High School, to take our places in this challenging world, as college students and workers. We will have nu- merous responsibilities. We are on the brink of adulthood. Three years of school life at our Alma Mater, have given us the basic fundamentals, with which we shall face the future. Our associations with our classmates, and our contacts with the faculty and administrative staff of our school, have taught us how to get along agreeably with people of our own age as well as with our elders. We have learned to respect authority, and to aim at desirable goals. The study of our academic majors, English, his- tory, foreign languages and the sciences, has given us acquaintance with political principles, and dem- ocratic government, appreciation of the value of effective use of our mother tongueg knowl- edge of how other people live in our world, and some conception of the wonderful part played by the forces of nature in the life of our times. Our shop work has helped prepare us for useful jobs. Participation in physical education and extra- curricular activities has developed desirable social and physical characteristics. We feel that after three years of such training, we are prepared to meet the future as alert and use- ful citizens. 52 Class History Mary Heggie and Doris Ricks As our high school career draws to a close we, the June class of '51, review in retrospect, the out- standing achievements and experiences that we have had during our stay at Douglass. We entered on September 6, 1948. Since then we have made very definite contributions in differ- ent fields of endeavor. Among us are the president of the Student Council, Joan Wilson, who was ap- pointed to the advisory board of "Student Life Magazine", Paul Smith, who was elected vice- president of the Baltimore Youth Advisory Board, Mildred Rawlings, Mary Heggie, Constance Regu- sters, and Barbara Braxton who appeared on junior Town Meeting of the Air and other radio pro- grams, David Robinson, who has ably represented Douglass in debates: Dorothy Heigh, who is editor- in-chief of the "Courier", and William Glascoe and Lionel Jiggets, who are accomplished mu- sicnans. In the field of sports we mention the achieve- ments of Johnnie Jowers, Avon Childs, Elmer Barksdale, Joseph Turpin, and others. Special commendation goes to Elaine Shoemaker, Danese Goodwin, Helena Sorrell, and Bertha Figu- eredo, who worked arduously to perfect our stu- dent government. Now, as we close the record and step forth to take our places in our communities, we realize that we must daily put "Democracy into Action" in order to make this, our world, a better place in which to live. Class Ode Willie Mac' Smith Three years within your gracious walls, Through love, success, hardships and all, Had I not entered your welcoming doors, Ascended your hospitable stairs, Thy charms, Dear Douglass, I would never know. Thy beauty would still be unknown. At the dawn of each new day, At the rising of the sun, Stands the structure that has taught us, That our work has just begun. The road we have traveled, The conquest we have won Was only a trial for all of us Willing to face the rising sun. I cannot find a pledge sufficient, To a school as great as you, O, Douglass High, with each new dawn, I shall always remain a part of you. Class Will Knowing that our stay in Douglass is drawing to an end, we, the graduating class of June '51 do hereby put in documentary form, our last will and testament We Bequeatb: To our Alma Mater: Our wishes for a big- ger and better institution in the future. To the Faculty: Our sincere hope that you will continue to guide and encourage those who will follow in our footsteps. To the juniors: Our hopes that they will strive for higher educational standards. To individuals: To Ronald Gray and Mildred Johnson: the fashionable attire of Ralidean Coates and jean Dyer. To Mildred Brent and Lydia Budd: the choreographic talents of Doris Redmond and Joyce Williams. To McLindsey Hawkins: Johnnie Jowers' durability on the gridiron. 53 To Evelyn Warren and Barbara Hunt: Mary Burgess' and Marilyn Soden's diminu- tiveness. To Bessie Jones and Margaret Jefferson: the lasting friendship of Myrna Whyte and Georgianna Boyer. To Rudolph Rhodes and Aaron Johnson: the basketball ability of Avon Childs and Joseph Oliver. To Grover Murrell, Walter Dennis, and Clifton Johns: the cool characteristics of Earl Knight, Donald Rigby, and Richard Hill. To Mildred Talbott and Gloria Ross: the pleasing personalities of Sara Bragg, Cecelia Noel, Margaret Erwin, and Bertha Figu- eredo. To this we aflix our signatures this twelfth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-one. Georgianna Boyer and Myrna Whyte, Executrix Can You Remember When? Danese Goodwin Joan Wilson was elected president of the Student Council? Dorothy Heigh and Danese Goodwin were Editor- in-Chief and Feature Editor of the Douglass Courier? Elaine Shoemaker had short hair? The halls of Douglass were quiet? Berlin Tabb and Jewell Stanley sat together in Chemistry every day? Doris Redmond wasn't an excellent dancer? Charles Duggins, John Rawlings, Rene Etienne, Donald Humphries, and Clarence Brown were the most fashionable boys in the senior class? The auditorium received its new curtains? Lenora Parrott, Viola Smith, Mary Burgess, Mar- lene Soden, and Georgianna Boyer were tall? Omar Doali, Phyllis Millard, and Tony Mason didn't know the answer to a question? Gloria Barland, Doris Cashen, Emily Bland, Joy Green, Lester Buster, Sara Bragg, Cecilia Noel, Mae Worthy, and Constance Wyatt were quiet? Margaret Curtis, Florence Giles, Howard Brad- ford, XVilliam Glascoe, Arthur Gray, and June Grimes were noisy? Frances Nichols, Vencidora Howard, Harriet Jones, Mary Heggie, Vera Litaker, Rosetta Adams, Naomi Brown, Zerita Richardson, and Catherine Jones didn't have pleasing personali- ties? Jean Dyer was crowned queen of the Douglass Follies? Louis Jones really thought Mrs. Lawrence had a teen age daughter and she turned out to be a pet dog? Can You Imagine? Elaine Shoemaker and Vencidora Howard Class l2Al not being considerate? Joyce Parks, Florine Poulson and Catherine Speaks not being friends? Jean Dyer without a large lunch? Class 12A' decreasing in number? Doris Redmond not dancing expertly? Cecelia Noel, Catherine Jones and Beatrice Ring- gold without their friendly ways? Emily Bland and Dorothy Heigh not talking? The boys in IZA7 acting modest about their pretty orange sweaters? Freda McKinney and Mercedes Jackson serious at any time? Shirley Bailey and Ida Page without Charles Sye and David Robinson? Elaine Shoemaker and Danese Goodwin not being good chums? Subenia Pettie, Verna Johnson and Venciedora Howard being tall? Mabelle Chew, Berlin Tabb, Barbara Braxton and Jewell Stanley making 95 in chemistry? Class 12A1" being orderly at all times? June Grimes, Zerita Richardson, Jean Taylor and Phyllis Millard untidy? Gloria Wood, Mae Worthy and Doris Cashen with- out their humorous ways? Marilyn Soden, Lester Buster and Helena Sorrell 6' Zn? Rene Etienne, John Rawlings and Charles Dug- gins without their fabulous attire? Gloria Paul and Louise Hedgepeth being short? Douglass High School without an A rating? Favorite Sayings Harriet I ones As this Class of June '51 departs from Doug- lass, we shall never forget our most favorite say- ing, "Hail Douglass!" the phrase so often used by all faithful members of our school. There are many popular students leaving Doug- lass who may be remembered by their favorite saying, such as: Tlac'r1e's no better day than today. Delano McCallum It Could be.. ..,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,...,,,ir,.,,,,,,,r, Jean Dyer Now, I wouldn'! say that! esss..,,,,,i Estelle Moulden D0n't be stupid., .,,,,r,,,,,,-,., ,..,.,ill, Berlin Tabb You know il, loo! ,.......,...,... r,,,,,,,,,, J une Grimes 'Oh, well thatis life. .. ....., Barbara Braxton By IOW'l ,,.,. .....,,,,,,,-,,, ,,,,,,,l,ll, J can Taylor Srly, wha!! ,,.... ........... V era Litaker Pick up, kid. . .,.,. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, E arl Knight Really! .... ,... ,.,.,,.... ..., . . . Elaine Shoemaker NOW, look! ,..r...,,,,,..,,..................,.,. Naomi Brown Let-me-tell-you-something. e,,ssss,,e,, Harrier Jones Wbatis happening? , News, dad, News. ,..s,, That? really nice. Yea-la ,,,,,,,,,s ,,.,-,,--.,..-......-..,..Mabelle Chew Morris Jones Rene Etienne ,, ..... ,John Rawlings That beats it all. , ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, G loria Reid No, tbafs bad. ,....... ,,,..,.,, C atherine Jones Arc' yOu kidding? .,,,,,s ,..,,,. V erna Johnson Thafs Cute! ,,,,,.,,. .,...,... M ary Heggie Say, you .... . ,. .,..,. s s ,.,,...,. .Jewell Stanley How about thai? ....,., .,......, J ohnnie Jowers Oh, quit it! . ,.,,,,,,,e, Q., ,v...,,,,, Mae Worthy 54 Who's Who in the June '51 Class Dorothy I-leigh and Catlaerim' Jones Most Popular-Emily Bland, Dorothy Heigh, Earl Most Fashionable-Phyllis Millard, Joy Richard- Knight, David Robinson, Betty Williams, Danese Goodwin, Donald Humphries, Rali- dean Coates, Clarence Brown Cuffs!-Delaphine Faucett, Dorothy Forrest, Marilyn Soden, Catherine Jones, Frances Nichols Most Glamorous-Glenna Beasley, Ethel Stanley, Rosetta Adams, Eleanor Shorter, Lenora Par- rott, Jean Redmond, Janice Shields, Jean Dyer Most Studious-Marlene Ford, Margaret Bazzle, Antony Mason, Joan Wilson, Shirley Bailey, Claudia Fredericks, Barbara Smith, Subenia Pettie Most Humorous-Clarence Brown, Cecilia Noel, William Day, Maceo Dumas, Mercedes Jack- son, Elizabeth Ford, Eva Gordon, Audrey Blake, Irene Mitchell, Erma Watts Friendliest-Berlin Tabb, Mabelle Chew, Con- stance Wyatt, Natalie Whitney, June Grimes, Randolph Washington, Louise Hedgepeth, Donald Payne, Charles Culley, Joyce Young, Undean McDonald Best Besf Would Things Be The Marilyn Sodvn 1. Vera Litaker, Doris Fields, Otelia Argunes, 11, and Mable Johnson would stop laughing in 12. class? 2. Matilda Gross, Odie Jones, and Muriel Gibson 13, were poor mathematics students? 3. Louis Jones and Lionel Jiggetts could not ,4- play the piano? 4. Elaine Shoemaker and Danese Goodwin were 15. not friends? . Miles Lokeman and James Thompson did not know all the answers? . Joyce Burris, Bertha Figueredo, and Dorothy Knight did not tell jokes? Mirian Wainwright, Jean Taylor, Lenora Par- rot, and Catherine Jones were tall? Sidney DeGraferried, Joseph Turpin, Ralph Hudson, and Avon Childs were not good ball 5 16. 6 17. 7' 18. 8. 19. players? 20' 9. Gloria Barland, Janice Shields, and Audrey 21- Blake were early for school? 10. Leroy James, Maceo Dumas, and Donald 22- Payne acted sensibly? 55 son, Charles Duggins, Clarence Brown, Ber- tha Figueredo, Ethel Stanley, Barbara Brax- ton, Dorothy Heigh, Rosetta Adams, Loretta Baulknight, Anneslia Edmonds Neatesf-Rene Etienne, Freda McKinney, Doris Green, Donald Rigby, Myrna Whyte, Emily Bland, Catherine Jones, June Grimes, Lillian Rideout, Naomi Brown, Donald Rice, Nor- man Mooney, Grace Palmer, Gladys Mangum, Rosetta Adams, Beatrice Ringgold Athletes-Joseph Oliver, Joseph Dorsey, Avon Childs, Antony Mason, Johnnie Jowers, Don- ald Payne, Edwin Haynes, Richard Hill, Joseph Alexander, Berkeley Woods, Harriet Parr, Cecelia Noel, Joan Tilghman, Angela Briscoe, Adrienne Owens, Shirley Lattimore, Thomasine Jefferson, Mamie Reed, Barbara Jenkins, Edith Burgess Dancers-Joyce Williams, Paul Hinton, Doris Redmond, Matilda Gross, Mercedes Douglass, Joseph Campbell, David Robinson, Shirley Bailey Same If . . Blanche Roberts did not go to sleep? Irvin Fields, Bernard Washington, and Nor- man Boston were noisy Emily Bland, Dorothy Heigh, and Joan Tilgh- man were not hungry? ? Irvin Valentine and Irene Mitchell could not sing? Frances Brown, Sarah Bragg, and Yours Truly were not chewing? Ruxton Young and Nathan Gundy were parted? ' Clara Thompson, Mattie Reed and Doris Red- mond could not dance? Loretta Baulknight and Jean Dyer were not talking about weekends? Class 12A5 was unpopular? Clarence Brown was not our class president? Charles Sye and Shirley Bailey were not to- gether? Our teachers were not kind and understand- ing? Senior Statistics Selma Brooks and Ella Brown Ambitious-Marlene Ford, Myrna Whyte, Joan Hall, Georgianna Boyer Musical-Paul Hinton, Lionel Jiggetts Argumentative-Gladys Taylor, Mary Johnson, Ethel Watts Artistic-John Stiff, Irvin Valentine Business-like-Lionel White, Joan Wilson Cooperative-Ella Brown, Otelia Argunes, Chris- tene Ball, Eula Johnson Most Closely Related-Mamie and Mattie Reed, Barbara and Constance Braxton Dramatic-Shirley Taylor, Edith Burgess, David Robinson, Antony Mason Most Attractive-Lenora Parrott, Dorothy For- rest, Jean Redmond, Grace Palmer, Margaret Bazzle, Lillian Rideout, Elaine Shoemaker, Harriet Jones, Bernice Yarbro. Taeiturn-Selma Brooks, Vivian Hebron Shortest-Marilyn Soden, Mary Burgess, Vivian Wright, Evelyn Martin, Lester Buster, Viola Smith, Gloria Holly, Verna Mae Johnson, Elizabeth Ford Most Likely to Succeed-Barbara Smith, Shirley Bailey, Irene Jones, Reba Miller, William Glascoe, Omar Doali, Danese Goodwin Tallest-Clark Mallory, Charles Culley, Omar Doali, Randolph Washington, Gloria Paul, Delores Pindle, Shirley Taylor Amiable-Delaphine Faucett, Doris Chester, Lo- retta Baulknight Talkative-Freda McKinney, Dorothy Knight, Louise Hedgepeth, Alma Lloyd' Reliable-Alva Boone, Constance Valentine, Mable Evans, Dorothy Blackwell Senior Nicknames Geraldine Stewart As ham goes with eggs, corn beef with cabbage and beans go with weiners, so nicknames go with seniors. Thus, these classmates are known by the following cognomina: Mary -Gee Joyce Parks Carolyn Shaw Joseph Campbell Clarence Brown Jean Morris Marilyn Soden Ethel Smith Wesley Shelton Pf "Peaehes,' Sweet-Pea "Corn "Soup "Shad "Butter "Little-Bits "Shorty "Slim Margaret Ervin "Chubby John Allen "Hogy" Constantia Winder "Hook" Doris Fields "Eyes Vivian Wright Vera Litsker Joyce Young "Mouth "Dim ples "Chin Berkley Wood "Legs Ida Page "Poochie" Clarence Logan "Skippy Annie Foster Undean McDonald "Piggy "Ducky Roberta Bridgets "Mouse" Randolph Washington "Mickey" Jonathan Smith "Hadacol" Carroll Harrison "Curly" Bradner LaGrange "Snitch Romon Martinez "Blinkic Lauretta Carroll "Bunnie Ruth Collins "Punch Doris Whyte "Duchess Osabell Todd "C'hink Alma Wade "Pinky Alease Lifford "Boats Williemae Smith "Penny Roberta Epps "Moody Leroy James "Stick Louis Jones "Bop Robert Gee "Beanie James Steele "Danny Barbara Braxton "Babs Millard White "Pop Eula Johnson "Lulu Dorothy Kellum "Gail William Blake "Lopez William Henson "Billy Jo Ellen Lofton "Patsy Emma Grimes "Tillie Ethel Watts "Deanie Jewel Stanley "Little Audrey Constance Regusters "Pug Joseph Turpin "Preacher Lillian Rideout "Jeremiah Paul Hinton "Le Nijinsky Catherine Speaks "Mutt Geraldine Brown "T0psy Janice Shields. "Vickie Iona Johnson "Bobbie Dolores Williams "Peas 56 5 Q ! 3 D 3 J 3 lnseparables Mae Worlhy and Vera Lifaker Can you conceive of coffee without cream, ice cream without cake, bread without butter? No! Neither can you conceive of: Shirley Moss without Harriet Washington Betty Dorsey without Joan Tilghman Doris Fields without Miriam Wainwright Otelia Argunes without Mabel Johnson Danese Goodwin without Elaine Shoemaker Vera Litaker without Marian Wise, Mae Worthy Gloria Barland without Marilyn Soden Jean Taylor without Constance Wyatt Ralidean Coates without Donald Humphries, Don- ald Rigby Eugene Halsey without Robert Jayson, Frank Johnson, Charles Woodridge Emily Bland without Dorothy Heigh Doris Cashen without Florence Giles, Joy Green, Frances Nichols, Mattie Reed, Viola Smith Clarence Brown without John Harris Loretta Baulknight without Ruth Collins, Jean Dyer, Dorothy Forrest Charles Hardison without Morris Jones, Johnny Jowers, Harry Lambert, Calvin McCleary, Ern- est Wilson Mamie Reed without Shirley Taylor Dorothy Countess without Phyllis Randall Georgianna Boyer without Margaret Erwin, Reba Miller, Myrna Whyte Letitia Leeper without Ethel Stanton Eva Gordon without Cecelia Noel, Delores Pindle, Beatrice Ringgold Rene Etienne without John Rawlings, Conrad Turner Mary Whyte without Natalie Whitney, Bernice Yarbro Barbara Braxton without Maybelle Chew, Jewell Stanley, Berlin Tabb June Grimes without Mary Heggie, Constance Regusters James Brodie without Bradner LaGrange Noami Brown without Harriet Jones Jean Parker without Gloria Reed Verna Johnson without Venciedora Howard, Sub- enia Pettie Shirley Bailey without Joan Wilson Jeannette Gary without Norma Whittle Seniors in the Comics Roseiia Adams and Emily Bland rf PP Perry Mason" "joe Palookan "Blondie" "Smilin jack" "Litile Lu Lu" "Double Trouble" "Snookums', Denny Dimwif' "Winnie Winklev "Snufy Smith" "Smifty" "Sparkle Plenty" "Oaley Doaksv rr fr "Prinee Valiant" Roy Rogers" "Donald Duck" Audrey" "Tiny Tim" "Ozark lke" rr The Gnmps" "Cookie" Pf 57 Hopalong Cassidy" Clarence Logon Joseph Dorsey Danese Goodwin Maceo Dumas Marlene Soden Dorothy Countess and Phyllis Randall Donald Rigby John Holland Freda McKinney John Harris Harvey Poulson Elaine Shoemaker Edwin Haynes Doffy and Horace Dripplev Dorothy Forrest and Rene Etienne Irvin Valentine John Stith Moxley Willis Doris Green Harry Lambert Irvin Brown Randolph Washington and Alva Boone Berlin Tabb Eugene Halsey Dr. Rex Morgan" "Dixie Dugan" "Rip Kirby, "Mr. and Mrs." "Dick Tracy" "Annie Rooney" "Our Bill" "Penny Pringle" "Phantom" Fl "Steve Canyon" "Tillie the T0ilF1',, Henry" "Flash Gordon" "Maggie and Iiggsn H "Little Iodine" Buz Sawyer" Daisy Male" "Lil' Abner" "Orphan Annie" Terry" "LifIle King" "Mary Worth" rr PF PP Katzenjammer Kids" Ralidean Coates Dorothy Heigh Charles Duggins Johnnie Jowers and Eleanor Shorter John Rawlings Vera Litaker William Day Emily Bland Bradner LaGrange Clarence Brown and Donald Payne Robert Jayson Rosetta Adams Henry Holland Donald Humphries Ida Page and David Robinson Mercedes Jackson Morris Jones Glenna Beasly James Steele ' Mabelle Chew Earl Knight Joseph Oliver June Grimes Associate Editors Berlin Prediction s Doris Whyte In 1961 as I travel on a sightseeing tour of the United States and abroad, I shall come across many of my classmates. James Steel and Alonzo Bennett will be mem- bers of the House of Representatives. Constance Valentine and Constance Braxton have long been efficient secretaries for the Federal Bureau of In- vestigation. Appointed to the University Hospital staff will be Joan Tilghman as head nurse, Edwin Haynes as surgeon, Joyce Parks as psychiatrist, Phyllis Randall and Muriel Gibson as two very competent nurses. Jean Dyer and Dorothy Kellum will be fashion- able models in New York while Earl Knight, Joseph Campbell, Joseph Olive, and Irvin Valentine have just completed a singing engagement in Hollywood. On the other hand, Paul Hinton and Doris Redmond are famous the world over for their modern dancing. Elmer Barksdale has retired as heavy weight champion, while James Turpin, Johnnie Jowers, and Avon Childs will be coaching top league gridiron teams. I shall be reminded that Vernetta Hall is a mathematics teacher, Margaret Bailey, physical education teacher and that Jewell Stanley is study- ing English at New York University. My itinerary also reveals that most of the mem- bers of the June '51 have been quite successful. Editorial Staff Editor-in-Chief Myrna Whyte Cleary, Gladys Mangum, Jean Morris, Lenore Parrott, Delores Pindle, Con- stance Regusters, Zerita Richardson, Tabb, Miriam Wainwright, Reporters Rosetta Adams, Emily Bland, Alva Boone, Georgianna Boyer, Sara Bragg, Selma Brooks, Ella Brown, Mabelle Reba Miller, Barbara Smith Literary Editors Claudia Frederick, Marlene Ford Associate Literary Editors Shirley Bailey, Georgiana Boyer, Alonzo Bennett Humor Editors Photographers Margarec Bailey, Lauretta Baulknight, Shirley Bailey, Joseph Campbell, N.:- tilda Gross, Letitia Leeper, Calvin Mc- Managing Editors Alva Boone, Reba Miller Associate Managing Editors Claudia Frederick, Irene Mitchell Patron Managers Shirley Dean, Jean Parker, Gloria Reid, Myrna Whyte Assistant Patron Managers Margaret Erwin, Venciedora Howard Loretta Baulknight, Sara Bragg, Naomi Brown, Mabel Chew, Delaphine Fau- cett, Danese Goodwin, Mercedes Jack- son, Catherine Jones, Harriet Jones, Marion Wise, Joyce Young Special Features Editors Margaret Erwin, Mary Heggie, Vencie- dora Howard, Gladys Mangum, Joyce Parks, Doris Ricks Assistants Shirley Dean, John Harris, Helena Sorrell Artists Eugene Halsey, Robert Jason Managerial Staff Advertising Managers Shirley Bailey, Mary Higgie, David Robinson, Constance Regusters Treasurers Alonzo Bennett, Athony Mason Business Manager Charles Saunders Assistant Business Managers Shirley Lattimore, Mae Worthy Business Staff Elsie Mackey, Calvin McCleary, Un- dine McDonald, Delores Pindle, Joyce Parks, Florine Poulson, Zirita Richard- son, Doris Ricks, Willie Mae Smith, Chew, Margaret Erwin, Shirley Dean, Marlene Ford, Danese Goodwin, Doris Green, Mary Heggie, Dorothy Heigh, Venciedora Howard, Mary Johnson, Catherine Jones, Harriet Jones, Ollie Jones, Vera Litaker, Frances Nichols, Florine Poulson, Doris Ricks, David Robinson, Elaine Shoemaker, Willie Mae Smith, Marilyn Soden, Helena Sorrell, Catherine Speaks, Geraldine Stewart, Bernard Washington, Norma Whittle, Doris Whyte, Myrna Whyte Mae Worthy Secretaries Gloria Barland, Marlene Ford, Doris Green, Vernetta Hall, Barbara Jenkins, Edna Johnson, Vera Litaker, Osabcll Todd Circulation Managers Lester Buster, Joseph Campbell, John Harris Elaine Shoemaker, Catherine Speaks, Berlin Tabb, Martha Thompson, Ber- nard Washington, Mary White, Norma Whittle Acknowledgment The Survey Committee expresses its gratitude to the members of the English Department, friends of the Community and out-of-town sub- scribers for their interest and loyal support. Special credit is given Eugene Halsey for his fashions and to Robert Jayson for his drawing on the future careers of the Seniors. This combined effort and cooperation effected the realization of the June '51 SURVEY. 58 Jocundm.. Urbane, 7.,7,,,7 Neat ., . Earnest as B Genet-oust A Refined. a aa Amiable , , DelHll1'C.,, Y f f unassuming , , . June 1951 Acrostic Mabelle A. Chew John Rawlings, Marlene Young, David Robin- son, E t h el Watts, Charles Duggins Alva Boone, Glascoe Owens, Subenia Petty, Carroll Harrison June Grimes, Norman Mooney, Rosetta Adams, Arthur Gray William Glascoe, Mil- dred Rawlings, Rene Etienne, Vivian Hepron Muriel Gibson, Melvin Blackwell, Gloria Bar- land, Juanita Clemons Helena Sorrell, Margaret Curtis, Margaret Bazzle, Gladys Taylor Dorothy Forrest, Con- stance W y a t t , Con- stance Braxton, Dorothy Heigh Emma Davis, Mattie Reed, Harriet Parr Meta Patterson, Wesley Shelton, Norma Whit- tle, Ralidean Coates, Harriet Jones Attractive K V Vrrfzr Elaine Shoemaker, Ma- Tall , H ,. Bertha B. Anderson . James A. B. Callis, Claudine Dowdy ....,e, Essie M. Hughes, ,r,..,,.. . tilda Gross, Lenora Par- rott, Cecelia Noel Odie J o n e s , Janice Shields, Charles Culley, Omar D o ali, Mamie Reed Efficient, sophisticated ,,s,,, 7 , .. ,. officious, , Friendly 7 A Frank B ,, Intelligent ,,ss, Faithful Temperamental youngm, obliging , . Noticeable , , Energetic ,essss Survey Committee Thelma J. Lawrence Gertrude Tucker .,,,.,.. , 59 Antony Mason, Barbara Smith, Joan Wilson, Jean Taylor Emily Bland, Lillian Rideout, BettyWilliams, Phyllis Millard, Undean McDonald William Day, Clyde Gary, Lloyd Richardson Mercedes Douglass, Les- ter Buster, Jewell Stan- ley, Joseph Campbell Berlin Tabb, John Stith, Mabelle Chew, Conrad Turner Donald Humphries, Re- ba Miller, Donald Rigb- by, Marlene Ford, Doris Ricks Betty Dorsey, Calvin McCleary, Marian Wise Barbara Braxton, De- lores Williams, Viola Smith, Joyce Parks Georgiana Boyer, Sara Bragg Ida Page, Delores Pindle, Howard Bradford, Na- omi Brown, Angela Briscoe Clark Mallory, Jean Dy- er, Clarence Loggin, Bertha Figueredo Clarence Brown, Eva Gordon, Joseph Turpin, Gloria Freeman ,Consultant ,...,,....,.,....,.,.Consultant Finance ,...,....General Co-ordinator English .. Physical Education so .cm 3 Democrac V i Some of th 12A Aq M G d Sp l'S. e T me RQCYGGUOU X650 906, . 0 150. 6X5 L D Modernes This ed by Mrs. K. Estel- l Showes. scenes taken during a Physical Education period under the direc- tion of Mrs. Showes. 61 Elmer Barksdale wearing the trunks that he wore when he defeated Garaluto for the S. A. A. U. Championship, 1948. Members of the Y-Teens with their Sponsor, Mrs. Catherine Mayo. Roller Belles Victorious bowlers who defeated Dunbar and Carver. Mr. Nelson and Miss Jones were the Sponsors of this championship group. Scenes showing the various Spring and Summer sports as engaged in by graduates. Messrs. Gibson, Lewis and Payne are the instructors. v Q ,A Q 1 x-4 2::"""" "" 1 If , jj 55 ii? 5451 X lags Y izi ,fe Wi af' ' fy' zi. 2 , ' f 'WY 2 ' - , ::,. - if x ,, f fa , ! 'K ' as S g f ' 'Q ..., M K V ..,,. j :A" Q 1. , ff .1.':' 2 S x A V, r Q v.A. . 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A young pianist, William Glascoe, Ends aranging music an enjoyable pastime. 65 Joyce Williams, the Class Ballerina G-BMILY . emi 27 J 3 5 1 5 2 ? P "CAT"A"D MOXLEY "JUST U8 FELL-OWS" CAT'-"U J ..AAbA A DOT 'f IZA" CHUCKSfQCHlCKSOiE LQRE B THE TALL ONES" i "ous CLA88"PkES" z w Q 'Coon IT'MR.W0dDlE." I 5 Y Y 'OUR GANG" B Eaf"oHAl.3EY , Sf. 2., . DAQ!-IE' 'Q '::" ,I JAxboN" "STlTH" 'Q ' "" ' ' "TH: Aa-ns-r MD Mo:u.:Y" f X y dh lends EM ..,., . i X1 'NX My' ,sv Q. - may h EE. 'Q V: P ,. Aizz Y w fha c j 1 f1f:,: ,3:E,..Q a S S :1 ii:: 1 , .": :EEIIZQEQ 5" ,ff ff ' E 8y Calvfin Mr Cltmy and Joseph Campbell ..., F . 3 r xg -4 S5 777 e Camera C' 11065 ,ignore Parrol-1' AAQAAAAALA-w ' if Th e Pr y in 3 Eye Q 0 f fb e Camera 65' Bailey Z Ro6lff5nJr6aw ,gixl J IB A 2 1 is E il ......,.,.., xg ig F325 HI E Peeiolhy af f A5 Mi:-:bm Wllh wrigflf' .M if 9 ...':..4.,g, 4 1, 4, an CJ Q' Q ...-n Our Gans? 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Brown Mr. J. A. B. Callis Mrs. Georgeanna Chester Miss Mary Clayton Mrs. Allen Collick Mr. Richard Cummin s Mr. Q Mrs. Thomas Allen Mr. Walter Allen Mr. 5 Mrs. Walter Allen Mr. William Allen Mr. Paul Alleton Mrs. Martha Altson Miss Minnie Alston Mr. Turner Alston Mr. William Alston Mrs. Beatrice Ames Miss Gloria Ames Mr. dz Mrs. James Ames Mr. John Ames Estella Barnes Mrs. Mrs. Elaine Davis Miss Claudine Dowdy Mrs. Mae Fortune Miss Dorothy Ganges 8 Mrs. G. De Cicilio A Mr. Mrs. Mr. lphonso Griffin Naomi Y. Hardy Willie Harris Mr. James R. Hite Mrs. rs Miss Ethel J. Hodges Doris Holtzclaw Fannie Howard Essie M. Hughes Mrs. M. . H Mr. Miss oward L. Hucles Inez Jackson Mrs. Lillian Ames Mrs. Martha Ames Mrs. Martha Ames Mrs. Ollie Ames Verna Ames William Ames Mr. Sz Mrs. Robert Amos Marion Amprey 8: Mrs. Amy Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Miss Fannie Andrews Mrs. Bertha B. 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Bryant Mr. 8: Mrs. Foster Bryson Mr. Edward Buchanan Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Edward Buchanan Ellen Buchanan Robert Buck Charlene Buckner B. Buckner Stanley Bud Stanley Bud Charles A. Bullinge Emma Bullock James Bullock 8: Mrs. Isaac Bunch Albert Bundy Aletha Bundy Addie Bunks E. Waddell Bunn Lucille Burdnell Mattie Lee Burgess Mary L. Burke 5 Mrs. Gilbert Burgess Florence Burgess Thomas Burke Florine Burle 8: Mrs. Calvin Burley, Sr. Annie B. Burns Dorothy Burns Hannah Burns Clara Burrell Joan Burrell Louise Burrell Madeline Burrell Nelson Burrell Christine Burris John D. Burris Carrie Burton St Mrs. Clinton Burton Aurelia Bush Gertrude Bush Albert James Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. 8: Mrs. dz Mrs. Clara 6 Mrs. 8: Mrs. Bushrod Buster Willie Buster Avon Butler Bernard Butler Bernard Butler Butler Elisha Butler. 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