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DEDICATION 



To you. Dean Dickens, we dedicate this collection of our fondest memories, 
representing four years of toil, success, and most of all, happiness. We thank you 
very much for the love and attention which you have so willingly given us. With- 
out your guidance, the achievements which we have made would not have been 
possible. For this, we cannot find adequate words to express our appreciation and 
gratitude. We, therefore offer our most treasured possession — the 1957 Falcon 
— which we feel in a small way, will say, "we thank you." 

There are several reasons why you have been chosen dedicatee of our yearbook, 
and all of them are sound; yet, too numerous to state in the space allocated for 
this dedication. Suffice it to say, however, that the type of guidance which you 
have given us, has made it possible for us to see through ourselves, that we might 
know ourselves. 

When the shadows of age begin to move gradually and increasingly upon us, we 
will still have this spot deeply imbedded in our hearts, thanking and remembering 
you for your helpful services. 

Thank you again. Dean Dickens, and may blessings from above forever fill 
your hfe with happiness and contentment. 



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FOREWORD 



We the Senior Class of 1957, have attempted to preserve for 
you some of the highlights of the enjoyable years which we have 
Ipent here at Saint Augustine's College. The joys and sorrows we 
have experienced will long be remembered by each of us. We 
want to share with you some of these unforgettable events which 
we hope will be beneficial to you in many ways. We profit from 
the experiences of others. Keeping this in mind, we hope that the 

1957 Falcon will serve as a beacon light to guide you m your 

future endeavors. 

The yearbook staff has worked hard in the preparation of this 

book, but it has been much fun. We sincerely hope our efforts 

will stimulate each of you to continue to uphold the standards of 

our college. 






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Dr. p. R. Robinson 
Dean of Instruction 



ADMINISTRATION 




Reginald L. Lynch 

Assistant Dean of 

Instruction 

French 




Rev. Samuel D. Rudder 

College Chaplain 

Religious Education 




Irene L. Dickens 
Dean of Women 




Christopher C. Gray 
Dean of Men 








John V. Anderson 
Business Manager 



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Robert B. Farr 
Registrar 




Esther D. Parker 
Secretary 






Mable B. Wright, B.S.C 
Secretary to President 



Laura W. Wise 
Liaison Clerk 



Elizabeth Jiles, B.A. 
Secretary 




STAFF 



Johnny Alston 
Director of Subsistence 





Seleah B. Clark, B.A. 
Residence Hall Directress 



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Purdie Anders, B.A., M.S. 
Public Relations 



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Maude P. Smith 
Residence Hall Directress 





Carolyn Johnson 
Manager of Book Store 



Ruth B. Walker, B.A. 
Assistant Registrar 





Dphelia M. Irving, B.A. Margaret A. Glascoe 

Assistant Librarian ^•'^• 

Supervisor of Laundry 




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Carrie Z. Matthews 

B.S.C. 

Records Clerk 




Bernice B. Taylor, B.S. 
Superintendent 





STAFF 




Willie B. Perry, B.S.C. 
Secretary 




Carl W. Smith, B.A. 
Cashier 





Muriel Walker 
B.S., M.S. 
Librarian 



Catherine H. Winters 

B.S., M.L.S. 

Assistant Librarian 




Margaret C. Hayes 
B.S.C. 

Secretary 




Treasurer at Work 







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Thomas Thornley, B.A. 
Music 




Irene E. Wingate 

B.S., M.A. 

Business 



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Clarence W. R. Wade 
B.S., M.S. 
Chemistry 




James F. Wise, B.A., M.A. Lula Robinson, B.S., M.A. 
Art English 



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Joseph Jones, B.S., M.S. 

Biology 




^zEL W. Rice, B.A. , M.A. 


Fred J. Carnage 


Margaret B. Bugg, B.A. 


William H. Del 


Education 


B.A., LL.B. 


Greek 


B.A., M.A. 




Business 




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W. B. Inborden, B.S. 
Phvsics and Mathematics 



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Biology and Natural Science 




Carolyn S. Green, Ed.M. 
Business 



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Elizabeth Young, M.Ed. 
Physical Education 




Elmer C. Schwertman 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

History 




Gordon West, M.A. 
Education 




Charles H. McLendon 
B.S., M.A. 

Education 




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Richard Matthews, M.S. 
Physics 




Deloris E. Ball 

B.S., M.A. 

Elementary Education 




Celia Davidson 

B.Mus., M.M. 

Music 




Igal E. Spraggins 

B.S., M.Litt. 

Sociology 





Richard E. Ball 

B.S., M.B.A., LL.B. 

Business 




Ernestine Saunders 

B.A., M.A. 
French and German 



George R. Walker, Jr. 

B.S., M.S. 

Physical Education 




Jo I. Delaney, B.A. 
Hand Craft 






Jesse Clements, B.A. 
Physical Education 



Julia A. Delany, 

B.A., M.A. 
Speech and English 



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CLASS HISTORY 

The blissful memories of September 12, 1953 will always be cherished by the 
members of the present Senior class; for it was on this day that we, one hundred 
and eighty-seven frightened and timid freshmen, appeared on the campus of 
St. Augustine's. 

Within a few days, we became accustomed to a green freshman's way of life; 
and in spite of the rigid treatment from upperclassmen, we were determined to 
master all the dignity a freshman possibly could. 

We readily adapted ourselves to the big happy family in every way at St. 
Augustine's. We elected a dynamic group of class officers, headed by Willette 
Payne. Many freshmen joined the Choir, Dramatics Club. Canterbury Club, and 
many other organizations. We were well represented on the football team by such 
players as Earl Richards, Adam Shaw, Leroy Davis, Leon Patton, James Jiles, 
Napoleon Cloud, Syvellie Cloud and others. 

Homecoming was a big event for all of us and Catherine Hughes couldn't have 
looked lovelier as our attendant. 

Our freshman year was quite an enjoyable and successful one. Many of our 
names were placed on the Dean's List, and still others excelled in other areas. It 
was during this year that two of our class members, Tyree Powell and Vera 
Robertson, represented St. Augustine's in the Intercollegiate Forum held at 
Bennett College. Vera Robertson was voted vice-president of the Forum. 

As the close of the year drew near, we began to reminisce over the many events 
and activities we enjoyed so much. And finally, it was time to close the book 
in the first chapter of our four years at St. Augustine's. 

After three months of vacationing, we returned as sophomores with hopes for 
an even better school year. We were sad at the loss of some of our classmates, 
Esther Williams, Florence Blands, Iky Staton, Barbara Hope, and others; but 
we welcomed with opened arms such persons as Bettie Byers, R'Dell Jenkins, 
Ernestine Amette and others. 

Our class organized and Marion Inman was selected to serve as our president. 
Climbing the social ladder many of us joined the different sororities and fra- 
ternities. And before we could realize it, it was homecoming time again. Well! 
who could have looked more radiantly beautiful than Mable Wynn as our class 
queen. 

We worked even more diligently this year. Virgia Basnight and Esther Wade 
attended the student legislature held in the State Capitof Building. 

It was during our sophomore year that we were frightened half out of our 
wits by the devastating Hurricane Hazel. It was the first hurricane witnessed by 
some — and truly an experience all of us will long remember. 

Our sophomore year was highlighted by the Cenetral Intercollegiate Athletic 
Association tournament. Many of us travelled to North Carolina College to see 
our team in the final game of the tournament in which Earl Richards and John 
Thomas were outstanding. Though we lost the final game, we kept our spirits 
high and looked forward to better years to come. 

Much wiser from our new experiences and our new ventures, we returned in 
September of 1955 as juniors. Many of our classmates did not return, but we 
welcomed Marie Staggers, Samuel Staggers, Gentry Bowens and other new class- 
mates. 

We again elected Marion Inman as president of the class. He led us through 
a very successful year. Mable Wynn, even lovelier this year, again represented 



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us as our homecoming attendant. A large number of our classmates was initiated 
into the different honor societies. Rosie Hood and Betty Byers were pledged 
into Alpha Kappa Delta and Sigma Rho Sigma. Delois Williams, Rosie Hood, 
Joan King, Virgia Basnight, Donald Morgan, and Marion Inman became mem- 
bers of Alpha Kappa Mu. Mary Arline, Beatrice Bryant, Violet Armstrong, 
Austin Cooper and Rosie Hood were inducted into Phi Kappa Alpha. Beta Kappa 
Chi added to its ranks, Delois Wiliams, Marion Inman, Norma James and Virgia 
Basnight. 

Many of us did not make the honor societies but excelled in other areas. We 
had such outstanding athletes in football as Earl Richards, Marion Inman, Adam 
Shaw, James Dawson, Napoleon Cloud, Leroy Davis, and others. In music, such 
musicians as Connie Elliott, R'Dell Jenkins, Herbert Horton, Ernestine Arnette, 
and Eugene Schumpert. 

Charles Adderly with his easel always at hand made an outstanding contribution 
in art. This year we were represented on the student legislature by Lester Purnell, 
Gladys Billups, Adam Shaw, Alice Peterson, and Austin Cooper. Two members 
of our class, Bettie Byers and Violet Armstrong, represented St. Augustine's at 
the United Negro College Fund Conference held in Philadelphia. 

During our junior year the male members of our class became proud occupants 
of the modernistic newly constructed Atkinson Hall. 

As the book was about to close on our junior year, we were eagerly looking 
forward to becoming the dignified seniors we had yearned to become for so long. 

We spent a pleasant summer in our respective places and returned in September 
of '56 with that air of senior superiority bursting out all over. We elected Adam 
Shaw as our class President. Other officers were Vice-President, Rosie Hood; 
Mary Arline, Secretary; John Thomas, Business Manager; and Delois Williams, 
Treasurer. 

Many of us began student teaching and found it a grand experience and a 
challenge. Delois Williams and Mary Arline were fortunate enough to do their 
student teaching at their Alma Mater. 

Well, our four years here at St. Augustine's were coming to an end. Nonethe- 
less, we still had some bright seniors who still wanted to take their places in 
higher ranks of the campus. Tyree Powell could not leave without making Alpha 
Kappa Mu. Mary Arline, Beatrice Bryant, Tyree Powell, Mable Wynn, Norma 
James, Violet Armstrong, Marion Inman, Eugene Schumpert, and Donald 
Morgan were named to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. 

Our queens for this year were Beatrice Bryant and Catherine Hughes. Beatrice 
Bryant reigned over the homecoming festivities as "Miss St. Augustine's" and 
queen of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Catherine Hughes was chosen as the first 
veteran's queen and also queen of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. 

The Student Council had a very successful year under the leadership of Austin 
Cooper and our senior representatives, Tyree Powell, Marie Staggers, and Adam 
Shaw very ably interpreted our wishes to our student government. 

Thus closes the book on the four chapters of our life at St. Augustine's. As we 
take our rightful places in this dynamic world, St. Augustine's will have played 
a major role in our lives and will always be vividly remembered. 



Class Historians 

Mary Arline 
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CLASS OFFICERS 




Adam T. Shaw 
President 




RosiE Hood 
Vice-President 




Mary Arline 
Secretary 




Delois Williams 
Treasurer 




John P. Thomas 
Business Manager 



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CHARLES E. ADDERLEY 

Art, B.A. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; 
Campus Art Club; Curriculum 
Council; Pen Staff. 



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WILHEMINA C. ADMIRAL 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Canterbury Club; Future Teach- 
ers of America; College Choir: 
Big Sisters Club. 



DONALD M. ALEXANDER 

Chemistry, Mathematics, B.S. 
Football; Track; Science Club. 




HATTIE ANDERSON 

Business Education, B.A. 

Future Teachers of America; 
City Students Charm Club. 



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MARY ARLINE 

English, French, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Big 
Sisters Club; Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil; Phi Kappa Alpha; Who's 
Who: Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica; Curriculum Council. 




VIOLET A. ARMSTRONG 

Social Studies, Religion. B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 

Canterbury Club; Who's Who: 
Future Teachers of America; 
Social Science Club; UNCF 
Delegate. 1955; Charm Club 
Advisor; Alpha Kappa Mu; Col- 
lege Choir; Altar Guild; Student 
Chaperone; Sigma Rho Sigma; 
Curriculum Council; Ushers 
Guild; S.V.M. Delegate; Inter- 
national Club. 



EARNESTINE ARNETTE 

Music, B.A 

College Choir; Social Science 
Club; Big Sisters Club; Future 
Teachers of America. 




EUGENE BAILEY 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Future Teachers of America. 



GLADYS L. BILLUPS 

English. French, B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 
Pen Staff; Big Sisters Club; 
Social Science Club; Future 
Teachers of America; Inter- 
Dormitory Council. 



GLORIA A. BOND 

Elementary Education. B.A. 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; 
Future Teachers of America; 
City Students Charm Club. 



EARNESTINE BULLARD 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Altar Guild; Future Teachers of 
America; Canterbury Club; 
Charm Club; Big Sisters Club; 
Student Chaperone; Delta Sig- 
ma Theta Sorority; Church 
School Teacher. 



FRANCES M. BUTCHER 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Future Teachers of America; 
City Students Charm Club. 








MARY L. BLOUNT 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Art Club; Future Teachers of 
America; City Students Charm 
Club. 



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BEATRICE D. BRYANT 

French, English, B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 
Phi Kappa Alpha; Future 
Teachers of America; Big Sis- 
ters Club; Who's Who: "Miss 
Homecoming," 1956; Student 
Chaperone; Alpha Phi Alpha ; 
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MARY O. BULLOCK 
Business Education, B.A. 



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MARGUERITE L. BUTCHER 

Elementary Education. B.A. 

Future Teachers of America: 
Art Club; City Students Charm 
Club. 



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BETTY J. BYERS 

Sociology, B.A. 

Ipha Kappa Delta; Sigma Rho 
gma; Delta Sigma Theta So- 
)rity; International Club; Se- 
al Science Club; Big Sisters 
lub; Dramatics Club; Future 
eachers of America; Charm 
lub. 




NAPOLEON R. CLOUD 

Physical Education, B.A. 

imega Psi Phi Fraternity; Foot- 
all; Basketball; Track. 



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AUSTIN R. COOPER 

Pre-Theology. B.A. 
Sociology, English 

■%., Student Council; Alpha 
j'hi Alpha Fraternity; Acolyte, 
-ay Reader; Curriculum Coun- 
il; Canterbury Club; NAACP; 
/ice-Pres., Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
il; Sigma Rho Sigma; Phi Kap- 
\a. Alpha; Social Science Club: 
iep., N. C. Student Legislature. 



VIVIAN DAVIS 
Elementary Education, B.A. 



Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
"^ollege Choir; Future Teachers 
)f America; Curriculum Coun- 
:il; Charm Club; Big Sisters 
Plub. 



MIRIAM G. CAGLE 

Basic Business, B.A. 

Big Sisters Club; Ushers Guild; 
Charm Club; Future Teachers 
of America; Student Chaperone. 








SYVELLIE R. CLOUD 

Science, B.S. 

Basketball; Football; Canter- 
bury Club; Basileus, Omega 
Psi Phi Fraternity Pres., Pan- 
Hellenic Council; Treas., Dormi- 
tory Council. 




LEROY LEON DAVIS 

Physcial Education, B.A. 

Football. Co-Captain; Boxing 
Team; Athletic Committee. 




JAMES DAWSON 

Physical Education, B.A. 

Athletic Committee; Curricu- 
lum Council; Football; Track. 



CONNIE M. ELLIOT 

Music, B.A. 

Choir; Big Sisters Club; Future 
Teachers of America. 



ANNIE HARBISON 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Ushers Guild; Big Sisters Club; 
Future Teachers of America; 
Political Science Club. 




ANNIE B. HATCHEL 

Social Studies. B.A. 

Big Sisters C'ub; Social Science 
Club; Political Science Club. 



JEAN ELIZABETH HILL 

Sociology, B.A. 

Social Science Club; Future 
Teachers of America; City Stu- 
dents Charm Club. 



LAURA BELLE FOSTER 

English, Social Studies, B.A, 

Ushers Guild; Big Sisters Club;' 
Social Science Club; Future: 
Teachers of America. 



LIZZIE L. HARTSFIELD 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Future Teachers of America; 
City Students Charm Club. 




ANNIE CREOLE HEATH 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 
Future Teachers of America 
City Students Charm Club. 




ELOISE C. HILLIARD 

Business Education, B.A. 

Pen Staff; City Students Charm 
Club; Future Teachers of 
America. 



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ROSIE LEE HOOD 

Sociology, English, B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 
Alpha Kappa Mu; Phi Kappa 
Alpha; Sigma Rho Sigma; 

, Alpha Kappa Delta; Pen Staff; 
Big Sisters Club; Future Teach- 
ers of America; Pan-Hellenic 

: Counicl; Social Science Club; Li- 
brary Staff; Curriculum Council. 



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NED S. HURST 

Science, B.S. 

Veterans Club; Natural Science 
Club. 



NORMA M. JAMES 

Chemistry, Mathematics, B.S. 

Who's Who: Alpha Kappa Al- 
,pha Sorority; Beta Kappa Chi 
Sec; Pres., Inter-Dormitory 
Council; Personnel Committee 
Natural Science and Mathe- 
matics Club; Canterbury Club; 
Altar Guild; Big Sisters Club; 
Church School Treasurer; Stu- 
dent Chaperone, Charm Club. 



SARAH E. G. JOHNS 

Business Education, B.A. 

City Students Charm Club; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America. 




CATHERINE HUGHES 

Biology, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Veterans Club Queen; Omega 
Psi Phi Queen; Big Sisters Club; 
Charm Club; Ushers Guild; 
"Miss Homecoming" Attendant. 




MARION INMAN 

Chemistry. Mathematics. B.A. 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Beta 
Kappa Chi; Alpha Kappa Mu; 
Football; Tennis: Curriculum 
Council; Who's Who; Pres., Na- 
tural Science Club. 




R'DELL JENKINS 

Music, B.A. 

College Choir; Big Sisters Club: 
Pen Staff; Future Teachers of 
America. 




ROBERT L. JOHNSON 



Physical 



Education. 
B.A. 



Biology. 



Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; 
Pan-Hellenic Council; Athletic 
Committee; Track. 



SHIRLEY MAE JORDAN 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Big Sisters Club; Library Staff; 
Social Science Club; Dramatics 
Club. 




HAZEL KNIGHT 

Business Education, B.A. 

Delta Sigina Theta Sorority; 
Pan-Hellenic Council; Inter- 
Dormitory Council; Social Sci- 
ence Club; Big Sisters Club; 
Future Teachers of America. 



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BETTIE M. LASSITER 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Captain, Cheering Squad; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America; Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority; City Stu- 
dents Charm Club. 




ALBERTA LAWSON 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Big Sisters Club; Future Teach- 
ers of America; Ushers Guild. 



DOUGLAS LINDSEY 

Physical Education. B.A. 
Basketball; Athletic Committee. 



ROSETTA C. McCABE 

Business Education, B.A. 

Future Teachers of America. 




ETHEL MARROW 

Physical Education, B.A. 

Athletic Committee; Zeta Phi 
Beta Sorority. 



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THOMAS A. MITCHELL 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Athletic Committee. 



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DONALD E. MORGAN 

Biology, B.S. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; 
Beta Kappa Chi; Alpha Kappa 
Mu; Who's Who: Future Teach- 
ers of America. 



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RUBY MOVE 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Future Teachers of America. 



MARY E. MORGAN 

Business Education, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Future Teachers of America; 
Yearbook Staff; City Students 
Charm Club. 




VIRGINIA L. MOYE 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Big Sisters Club; Social Science 
Club; Pen Staff; Future Teach- 
ers of America; Charm Club. 



JUNNER MAE PARKER 

Basic Business, B.A. 

Canterbury Club; Altar Guild; 
Pen Staff; Big Sisters Club. 





LEON N. PATTON 

Mathematics, B.S. 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Foot- 
ball; Natural Science Club. 




ETHEL A. PEARSALL 

Social Studies, B.A. 

Aurora Club; Canterbury Club; 
Big Sisters Club; Pen Staff; 
Political Science Club; Social 
Science Club. 




JEAN CAROLYN PENNY 

Business Education, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Curriculum Council; Future 
Teachers of America; City Stu- 
dents Charm Club. 



ALICE PETERSON 

Social Studies, B.A. 

Charm Club; Social Science 
Club; Political Science Club; 
Dramatics Club; College Choir; 
Big Sisters Club; Rep., Stu. Leg- 
islature; Future Teachers of 
America. 




NORMA FAYE POOLE 

Physical Education, B.A. 

Athletic Council; Cheering 
Squad; Future Teachers of 
America; City Students Charm 
Club; Physical Education Club. 



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TYREE POWELL 

Business Education, B.A. 

Who's Who: Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority; Alpha Kappa Mu; 
Rep. Student Council; Intercol- 
legiate Forum; Sec. College 
Choir; Future Teachers of 
America; Altar Guild; Year- 
book Staff; Canterbury Club; 
Charm Club; Student Chaperon; 
Big Sisters Club; Curriculum 
Council. 




LESTER O. PURNELL 

Sociology, History, B.A. 

Social Studies Club; Sigma Rho 
Sigma; Phi Beta Sigma Fra- 
ternity Curriculum Council; 
Pres., Social Science Club; Rep., 
Student Legislature; Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council. 



FRANK T. RANDOLPH 

Prc-Theology, B.A. 

Canterbury Club; Lay Reader; 
Chapel Committee; Curriculum 
Council; Acolyte. 




JULIA MAE REDDICK 

Business Education, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Big Sisters Club; Pen Staff; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America. 



MARJORIE REID 

English. B.A. 

Social Science Club; Pen Staff; 
Big Sisters Club; Future Teach- 
ers of America. 




EARL M. RICHARDS 

Physical Education, B.A. 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Foot- 
ball; Basketball; Baseball; Ath- 
letic Committee; Dormitory 
Council. 



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EUGENE S. SCHUMPERT, JR. 

Biology, B.S. 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Pan- 
Hellenic Council; Canterbury; 
Pres., College Choir; Student 
Council; Editor of Yearbook; 
Curriculum Council; Science 
Club; Who's Who; Beta Kappa 
Chi. 




ROBERTA SILER 

Basic Business, B.A. 

Big Sisters Club; Future Teach- 
ers of America; Charm Club. 




REUBEN SMITH 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Veterans Club; Football. 





SAMUEL E. STAGGERS 

Biology, B.S. 

Beta Kappa Chi; Kappa Alpha 
Psi; Dramatic. Club. 




ADAMS T. SHAW 

Business Education, B.A. 

Football; Track; Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity; Canterbury Club; 
Pres., Senior Class; Curriculum 
Council; Editor, The Pen; 
Vice-Pres., Student Council. 



NATHANIEL B. SMITH 

Physical Education, B.A. 

Athletic Council; Varsity Foot- 
ball; Future Teachers of 
America. 



MARIE STAGGERS 

French. B.A. 

Pres., Alpha Kappa Alpha So- 
rority; Pan-Hellenic Council; 
College Choir; Curriculum 
Council; Canterbury Club; Dra- 
matics Club; Altar Guild; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America; Big 
Sisters Club; Charm Club; Stu- 
dent Council Secretary. 



HENRY P. STEVENSON 

Mathematics. B.S. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; 
Pan-Hellenic Council. 



JOHN P. THOMAS 



Pre-Theology, 
English 



B.A. 



Pres., Canterbury Club; Tennis 
Team: Basketball Team; Busi- 
ness Mgr., Senior Class; Acolyte. 




BETTY CHRISTINE TOWNS 

Biology, B.S. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Big 
Sisters Club; Social Science 
Club; Natural Science Club; 
Charm Club. 



ESTHER WADE 

Sociology, B.A. 

Social Science Club; Dramatics 
Club; Big Sisters Club; Pen 
Staff; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica; Rep., Student Legislature; 
Charm Club; Sigma Rho Sigma. 




MARGARET M. WALLACE 

Business Education, B.A 

Future Teachers of America; 
City Students Charm Club. 



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THURMAN WHITAKER 

Physical Education. B.A. 

Intramural Basketball; Ath- 
letic Council; Future Teachers 
of America. 





WILLIAM H. WHITAKER 

Physical Education, B.A. 

Athletic Council; Future Teach- 
ers of America; Intramural 
Basketball. 



DELOIS WILLIAMS 

Biology, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 
Alpha Kappa Mu; Beta Kappa 
Chi; Curriculum Council; Big 
Sisters Club; Future Teachers 
of America; Science Club. 




ERNEST M. WILLS 

Business Education. B.A. 

Choral Club; Future Theaters 
of America; Canterbury Club; 
Editor, Campus Calendar. 



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WILLIE MAE WINSTON 

Elementary Education. B.A 

Future Teachers of America; 
Big Sisters Club; Art Club; Stu- 
dent Chaperone. 



CATHERINE B. WOODS 

Business Education, B.A. 

Future Teachers of Amercia; 
City Students Charm Club. 







MARY L. WOODS 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Future Teachers of America; 
City Students Charm Club. 



MABLE JETER WYNN 

Elementary Education, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Pres.. Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica; Who's Who: City Students 
Charm Club. 



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SUPERLATIVES 





Best Dressed 

Frances Butcher 
Eugene Schumpert 




Most Attractive 
Most Handsome 

Catherine Hughes 
Adam Shaw 







Neatest 

Gladys Billups 
Earnest Wills 





Most Co-operative 

Betty Byers 
Adam Shaw 





Quietest 

Roberta Siler 
Napoleon Cloud 




Most Athletic 

Ethel Marrow 
Earl Richards 



Friendliest 

Shirley Jordan 
Syvellie Cloud 




Most Studious 

Norma James 
Marion Inman 



SUPERLATIVES 




Most Musical 
R'Dell Jenkins 




Most Dignified 

Tyree Powel 
Austin Cooper 




Most Likely To Succeed 

Violet Armstrong 
Austin Cooper 





Marie Staggers 
Donald Morgan 



Most Popular 

Mary Arline 
Leon Patton 




Best All- Around 

Rosie L. Hood 
Adam T. Shaw 



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Now is the time, when friends must forer depart 
To leave behind them, memories and broken hearts 

But there's a hfe, ahead that we must make 

For ourselves and others, for St. Augustine's sake. 

Words by Rosie Hood, Connie Elliott. 
Music by R'Dell Jenkins. 



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CLASS PROPHECY 

At the 20th reunion of the Class of 1957, a conversation begins at the President's 
Reception between The Venerable Austin Rellins Cooper and Norma M. James 
McKay. Father Cooper, Archdeacon of South Florida and Rector of the fashion- 
able Christ Episcopal Church in Coconut Grove, Florida, has returned to deliver 
the Baccalaureate Address. Both are very surprised and glad to see each other 
after a period of twenty years, and pleasantly begin to reminisce over college 
days, as well as find out what their classmates are doing. 

Unlike many other alumni, the members of the Class of 1957 have kept in 
constant touch with the College, and the Publicity Director of St. Augustine's 
has compiled a large scrapbook of all the doings of this class. 

Seated on a divan in the President's home. Father Cooper and Mrs. McKay 
begin to look through the scrapbook and view the accomplishments of their class- 
mates. The scrapbook, the first of its kind, contains many interesting articles and 
pictures. 

Attorney Betty Byers is now working with juvenile delinquents in Texas. Reuben 
Smith received his doctorate degree in Physical Education from Columbia 
University. 

Henry Stevenson has a top position as a navigator at Park Air Force Base, 
California. Rosie Hood, who has marled a captain at that base, is living a double 
life as marriage counselor and the mother of two sons. Leon Patton advanced a 
new theory in the field of Mathematics. He made all A's in his algebra classes 
while at St. Augustine's. 

Douglas Lindsey and Norma F. Poole own a physical therapy clinic in Kansas 
City, Kansas. 

Father Frank Randolph, Rector of the largest Episcopal church in North 
Carolina, is shown delivering an address at dedication services of the Wynne- 
Woods Elementary School for Handicapped children. Founders of this school are 
Mable Wynn and Mary Woods. Mary Morgan is the prospective administrative 
secretary. Also on the staff are Wilhemina Admiral, Wilhe Mae Winston, Gloria 
Bond and Lizzie Hartsfield. 

Dr. Lester Purnell received his doctorate in Sociology from Yale University 
and is now head of the Sociology Department at Howard University. 

Adam Shaw presents a check for $25,000 to St. Augustine's. He can afford it, 
being president of Shaw's Insurance Company. His personal secretary is none 
other than Hazel Knight and his receptionist is Rosetta McCabe. Miss Knight 
also donates a scholarship of $100 each year to St. Augustine's to any qualified 
freshman student in the field of Business Education. 

Marjorie Reid heads the International Y.W.C.A., with home offices in New 
York City. She has made several trips abroad. 

Virginia Moye Edwards and Vivian Davis Trammwell, now in Germany, are 
running a private nursery school. Both have married servicemen who are stationed 
in Germany. 

Nathaniel "Lotsa Poppa" Smith is head coach at one of the high schools in 
Charlotte. He received the trophy for being outstanding coach of the year. Quite 
a few have distinguished themselves as coaches — William H. Whitaker is a Physical 
Education teacher and coach at Ligon High School, Napoleon Cloud is head coach 
here at St. Augustine's. Roberta Siler and Junner Parker, who received their 
doctorates in Business Education at Cornell University, are now co-workers in 
the Business Department at St. Augustine's. 

Earnestine Arnette, great pianist, returns from London and will appear at the 
Connie Elliot Hall in New York City, where she is signed for six months. 

Syveihe Cloud owns a new, modern equipped 500 bed hospital in Washington, 
D. C. On the staff are Florence McDaniels, head doctor in the pediatrics depart- 
ment, Catherine Hughes, supervisor of nursing, Delois Williams, chiropodist, and 
Betty Towns, X-ray technician. 

Tyree Powell is founder and president of the Detroit School of Business. This 
school has an enrollment of 500 students. On the staff are Jean Penny, Sarah 
Johns and Hattie Anderson. 

Charles Adderley has kept his promise to become a millionaire. He owns a 
string of hotels on Miami Beach, Florida. Jean's Dress Shoppe is in the same 
neighborhood. Jean Hill, who always liked clothes from Jean's in Raleigh, is 
the proprietor. Marguerite Butcher works as a model and Miriam "Peggy" Cagle 
is sales manager. 

The new TV Program, "Today's Secretaries," features Eloise Hilliard, playing 
the role of the model secretary. 

Herbert Horton, soloist in the famous Danville Choir, recently co-starred in a 
Hollywood production. Choir accompanist, R'Dell Jenkins, is making records 



in her leisure time. Her latest record, "Memories of St. Augustine's," was quite 
a hit. 

John Thomas, now a priest, addresses the General Convention of the Episcopal 
Church. He is Rector of St. Luke's Church, New Haven, Connecticut. Violet 
Armstrong is the Director of ReUgious Education there and is also author of the 
best seller, Man and Himself. 

Margaret Wallace receives recognition for her new shorthand theory. The theory, 
"Wallace's Shorthand," is so easy that it is recommended for the elementary grades. 

Catherine Woods makes history, being the first lady secretary to the President 
of the United States. Marie Staggers gave up being a French instructor to devote 
more time to her home and family. You know how four boys can get around. 

The glamorous Shirley Jordan is doing a bang-up job as model for Jet Magazine. 
She is also an elementary teacher for professional people's children. Betty Lassiter 
works with her, and has a child in the school. She is married to a professional 
football player. 

Avelton Bowen is coach at the Booker T. Washington High School in St. Louis 
and Leroy "3-D" Davis is coach at Northwestern High School in Miami, Florida. 

Little Mary Arline is now publishing her own paper, The People Speak. 
Ernest Wills is her co-editor and cartoonist, Julia Reddick is a reporter, and Ethel 
Pearsall, with her keen sense of humor, provides the jests. Arline is doing a thriving 
business in the journalism world. 

James "Jimmie" Dawson, physical therapist, recently appeared on the TV show, 
"You'll Never Get Rich." His ambition, while in college, was to get rich soon. 
Earl Richards received the award, "Outstanding Athlete of 1965." Due to his 
skillfulness on the gridiron, he also received a sizable sum of money which 
enabled him to retire from professional football and to own a physical therapy 
clinic in D. C. 

Annie Harbison, the mother of two lovely daughters, received recently her 
doctorate in Education from the University of Minnesota. She has a swank home 
in Maryland. 

Robert Johnson is head coach at the high school from which he graduated. He 
also has two sons in the junior class here. Earnestine Bullard is constantly in the 
news in West Palm Beach, Florida. She is supervisor of elementary schools there. 
Alberta Lawson, Ruby Moye and Eugene Bailey work in one of the schools there. 
During her leisure time. Miss Bullard assists at the Catherine Dunham Dance 
School. 

Frances Butcher is head of the Education Department at the University of 
Arizona. Mary Blount is Dean of Women and Annie Heath, Dean of Instruction. 

Annie Hatchell and Laura Foster, social case workers, worked jointly to publish 
the book. Making the Honeymoon Last Forever. 

Ned Hurst and Eugene Schumpert have made quite a reputation for themselves. 
They have been working at the Oak Ridge Institute for quite some time and re- 
cently found ways by which atomic energy can be conducted into channels for 
humanitarian purposes. Both used to spend most of their time in the chemistry 
laboratories while in school. 

The May, 1965, edition of Life Magazine carries the pictures of the new staff 
members of Massachusetts' State Memorial Hospital. Let to right are: Norma 
James McKay, pharmacist, Thomas Mitchell, physical therapist, and Donald 
Alexander, dental technician. 

Alice Peterson is proprietor of a private hotel in the Catskill Mountains of 
New York. She also runs an exclusive home for the aged in Newark, New 
Jersey. Esther Wade, well known medical social worker in New York City, 
renders voluntary services at this home. 

Samuel Staggers has set up private offices in New Orleans. He is now a medical 
surgeon of international renown. Marion Inman has a $25,000 a year job as 
research chemist with the Lederle Pharmaceutical Laboratories in Detroit, Michigan. 
He is also a visiting lecturer at Wayne University. He married his college sweet- 
heart and is the devoted father of five boys. Seems as if he always wanted a basket- 
ball team of his own. 

Beatrice Bryant and Gladys Biilups are shown boarding a Trans-World Airlines 
plane for America. They now have top positions as French interpreters in the 
United Nations and Civil Service, respectively. 

Donald Morgan has excelled all of his classmates. He is Mayor of Raleigh, 
marking the first time in Raleigh's history that a Negro has been elected to such 
a high position. He plans to run for Congress next year. 

"It was indeed enlightening, as well as heart-warming to read of the accomplish- 
ments of our former classmates. We may be sure that their efforts have been 
crowned with many successes." 

Norma M. James 
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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 




THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



MISS HOMECOMING AND ATTENDANTS 




Miss Beatrice Bryant 
Miss Homecoming 



Miss Helen Tate; Miss Doretha Howard; Miss Mildred Tetterton. 



MISS ST. AGNES AND ATTENDANTS 




Miss Elaine Green 
Miss St. Agnes 



Miss Barbara Williamson 



Miss Harrie Dee Williams 



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The St. Augustine's Choir 




The Freshman Charm Club 




The Student Council 




The Canterbury Club 




Future Teachers of America 




The Big Sisters' Club 




Who's Who 




Alpha Kappa Mu 




Alpha Kappa Mu Probates 1957 




The Dramatic Club 




The Pen Staff 




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THE 1957 FALCONS' FOOTBALL 
TEAM 



First row, left to right: J. McNeil, A. Shaw, 
J. Taylor, M. Harvey. N. Cloud. D. Thompson, 
N. Flounoy, L. Patton, M. Brown. A. Huey. 
Second row: F. Davis, L. Davis. J. Lucious, 
H. Burrows, D. Dove, A. Ellis. Third row: 
W. Peppers, N. Smith, N. Little. J. Nichols, 





C. Means, T. Williams, R. Alexander. Fourth 
row: C. Boler. L. Spease. K. Davie, M. Moore, 
M. Inman, A. Eldridge, B. Reynolds, J. Dawson, 
J. Bridgers, J. Lawrence. Top row: Coach 
Walker, Coach Johnson, N. Lee, E. Richards, 
S. Saunders, J. Piggee. Coach Clements. 




A. Shaw 



N. Cloud 



M. Inman 




Earl Richards 





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A. C. Eldridge 
Willis Peppers 




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Head Coach G. Walker Coach W. Johnson Coach J. Clements 







CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: Eloise Walker, Shirley Combs, Betty Lassiter, Fay Poole. 



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Left to right: J. Thomas, H. Burrows, Avery, E. Richards, M. Alexander, R. Hicks, 
S. Sanders, D. Lindsey, A. Stirrup, A. Huey, N. Cloud, F. Evans, Freeman. 
Back: Coach Walker, Coach Clements. Kneeling: S. Cloud (trainer). D. Thomp- 
son, A. Eldridge, T. Mitchel (trainer). 





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CLASS WILL 

We, the Senior Class of 1957, pledge our undying love and devotion to our 
beloved Alma Mater. To the administration, faculty, and stafE we bequeath our 
sincere love and appreciation for the guidance, kindness and justice you so graciously 
have given us. 

To the Junior Class, our succeeding and rightful heirs, we leave our position 
as seniors, our cherished and valuable properties, our wisdom, insight and im- 
portance in hopes that they will be used with much dignity and honor. 

To the Sophomore Class we bequeath the ability to continue striving, no matter 
what the obstacles might be, until you become qualified as seniors. 

To the Freshman Class, we leave the courage and endurance which you will 
need to travel the long road that leads to the senior crest. 

Laura Foster wills to any three deserving junior girls her room in Tuttle, hoping 
that they will enjoy it as much as she and her roommates have, and that they 
will use the front window wisely. 

Alberta Lawson wills her wonderful personality to her homegirl, Mildred Downey, 
and her love for Elementary Education to Myrtle Winstead. 

Gladys Billups wills her ablility to get along with the students and administration 
to any deserving student and to Willis Peppers her deep and sincere wishes for a 
very pleasant and successful senior year. 

Bettie Mae Lassiter wills to A. C. Eldridge her ability to complete her college 
education successfully and if possible as she has in three and a half years and to 
Carol Taylor she wills her pleasing personality. 

Annie Cradle Heath wills her personality to Yvonne Hart. Betty Towns leaves 
her position in the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority to Yvonne Hart, and her room 
to Juanita Johnson. 

To all Elementary Education majors, Virginia Dianne Moye leaves her 
lesson plans and seat on the front row in all of Mrs. Rice's classes. To Gwen- 
dolyn Armstead her room on the third floor in hopes that she will keep it as neat 
as she did, and her sunny personality to all juniors. 

Joan Alvena King wills her room in Tuttle Building to Bettye Johnson and 
Floria Campbell, and the ability to keep the Charleston spirit moving. To 
Geneva Wilkins luck and success always. 

Ethel Arleanor Pearsall bequeaths her devotion and undying love tor dear 
Saint Augustine's to her homegirl, Angelene Musgrave, also Jacqueline Johnson 
and Portia Wenze, hoping they will cherish the Alma Mater always. 

To Mable Brown. R'Dell Jenkins wills her beautiful voice in hopes that she 
will be a successful singer in the near future. Annie Harbison wills to Mary Green 
her bedroom suite in the luxurious Tuttle Building. 

Adam Thomas Shaw wills to James Piggie his end position on the football team. 
Leon Patton wills his position on the football team to Bobby Reynolds and the 
Moon to Elsmer Stewart. 

To Donald Thompson, James Dawson wills his ability to stay out of jams. 
To Peggie Doyle, Peggie Cagle wills her ability to continue smiling at all times. 
Her private bedroom in Tuttle to any fortunate person. 

Catherine Hughes wills to Jane Blakely her love for Delta Sigma Theta, and 
smiling personality. To Benjamin Triplett her love and affection to keep and 
cherish to the end. To Willie L. Kelly, Roberta E. Siler wills her position in the 
Business Department at St. Augustine's College. 

Alice Peterson wills her knowledge of history to Thomas O'Neal, her position 
in the Choir to Barbara Thomas and her friend Benjamin Mitchel to no one. 

Willie Mae Winston leaves to Mildred Downey and Violene Jenkins her bed- 
room suite in Tuttle hoping they will be as quiet as she. Tyree Powell leaves to 
Janet Schumpert, the office of Choir secretary and assistant, hoping she will enjoy 
working with the choir as much as she. 

Erne'stine Arnette bequeaths her ability to keep a good standing in the music 
department and to stay on good terms with the music faculty to Wanda Copeland. 
Also her abihty to remain calm in most situations to Gladys Joyner and Maggie 

Pheonix. . , i c 

Annie Hatchel wills her love for sociology to Annie Dancy and her love tor 
Dear Saint Augustine's to Betty Fisher, Bessie Kinsey, Otis McNair and Bernice 

Williams. 

Wilhelmina Admiral leaves her seat in the Chapel to Eloise Walker in the hope 
that she will cherish it the way she did. She also wills her position in the Dining 
Hall to Wanda Copeland, and her room to Darlene Esters and Virginia McLean. 

To all Virginian Co-eds, Vivian Davis wills her love for Saint Augustine's and 
to Laura Coy her place in Delta Sigma Sorority. 



To Yvonne Hart, Hazel Knight wills her undying love for the Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority and her sweet disposition to Ethel Wooten. 

To Adren Murphy, Connie Elliott leaves her ability to practice her music lessons, 
and her well rounded personality to Hilda Miller. 

Shirley Jordon wills to anyone her ability to smile even when in distress and 
to her soro Eloise Walker, her position in the big sister's club. 

Marjorie Reid leaves to all those who have helped her obtain her education 
her sincere thanks and to her little sister Edith Wilson and her sister Clara Reid 
her ability to pass Mrs. Delany's Oral Expression. 

Beatrice Bryant leaves to Jacqueline Johnson her position at Ligon High practice 
teaching and hopes she will enjoy her stay there. To Juanita Johnson her position 
as MISS ST. AUGUSTINE'S. To Mr. Lynch her deepest gratitude for having been 
so understanding and helpful to her during her four years here at St. Augustine's. 

Jean Penny leaves to all of those persons who helped her and encouraged her 
through her four years of college, her most sincere thanks and also to the young 
lady who endeavors to keep striving to finish her education. 

To Catherine Arline, Mary Arline leaves her ability to get her French with the 
hope that Catherine will learn to like Mr. Lynch and will benefit from his teaching 
as much as she did. Also to any deserving junior, she leaves her esteem and 
position in the Senior Class and the ability to so plan his schedule so that he can 
go home to do his student teaching. 

Ruby Moye leaves to Docenia Hammond her loving personality and her ability to 
get along with people. 

Nathaniel Smith wills his pad, bathrobe, and sweetness to Don Thompson. 

Norma M. James wills to Bessie Smith her position in Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority. To Patricia Welch her room in Tuttle Building so that she will not over- 
sleep her late afternoon classes, and to any deserving student her position in the 
Registrar's office. 

Eugene .Schumpert wills his sense of humor and ability to excel to Harry Satter- 
white and Melvin Moore in hopes that they will use them wisely and to the best 
of their ability, and to James Schumpert his ability to dig science the most. 

Earl Richards wills to Herbert Burrows and Jacqueline Johnson everything 
that Saint Augustine's can give. 

Thomas Mitchell wills to David Bethel his position as manager of the football 
team. 

Marie Staggers wills her position in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority to her soro 
Jacquelene Johnson and her ability to be on time to Theodora Davis. 

Marguerite Butcher wills to Vera Robinson her dignity and charms. 

Frances Butcher wills to Minnie Sampson her nonchalant airs. 

Marion Inman wills to Marion Brown his ability to play cards all night and still 
go to class and to Talmadge Hunt and Willis Peppers his sincere love for Omega 
Psi Phi Fraternity. 

Margaret Wallace wills her seat in Chapel to Albert Wallace and her ability 
to become a senior to Dorothy Best. 

Earnestine Bullard wills to Marion Brown her heart. For Patricia Welch her 
ability to attend all dances at Taylor Hall and to dance as much as she did and 
eternal love to Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. 

Mary Morgan wills her pleasing personality and ability to get along with others 
to all other students at St. Aug. and to all remaining sorors her everlasting love for 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. 

Julia Reddick wills to her home girls, Shirley Murrel, her Senior dignity, to 
Maggie Phoenix her undying love for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and to Beatrice 
Wynn her typewriter, hoping she will succeed in her major courses. 

Junner Parker wills to her cousin, Beatrice Wynn, her ability to get along with 
the entire student body. Also her love for dear old St. Aug. To Angelene Musgrave 
her ability to succeed in business. 

Esther Wade wills her room in Tuttle Building to her home girl, Delores Harvey, 
and her love for Alpha men to the girls in the Junior Class. 

Betty Byers wills her leadership in the Social Science Club to any fortunate 
person; to her home girl, Mildred Downey, the ability to keep a pleasing personality 
and to smile at all times. 

Rosie Hood wills to anyone who wants it her ability to be "cool" without realizing 
it and to Mildred Smith her position with The Pen. 

Any property of our which may have been overlooked, we leave in the hands 
of our executors to use as they see fit. 

Here witnesseth: 
Annie Harbison 
Junner Parker 
Ethel Pearsall, Testator 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



WOMEN 

Admiral, Wilhelmina C 310 Ashely Ave., Charleston, S. C. 

Arline, Mary E ....315 Catherine St., Ahoskie, N. C. 

Armstrong, Violet A 483 East 170 St., Bronx, N. Y. 

Amette, Earnestine 809 Frolic St., Fayetteville, N. C. 

Billups, Gladys L..... Route 17, Box 372, Yorktown, Va. 

Blount, Mary L D-16 Washington Terrace, Raleigh, N. C. 

Bond, Gloria A Route 1, Box 101, Sunbury, N. C. 

Bryant, Beatrice D Route 1, Box 402, Smithfield, N. C. 

Bullard, Earnestine 552 12th St., W. Palm Beach. Fla. 

Butcher, Frances M 12 Chavis Way, Raleigh, N. C. 

Butcher, Marguerite L 12 Chavis Way, Raleigh, N. C. 

Byers, Betty..... — Route 1, Box 209, Woodsdale, N. C. 

Cagle, Miriam Box 304, Pinehurst, N. C. 

Davis, Vivian M Box 143, Meadowview, Va. 

Elliott, Connie M Route 4, Box 251, Dunn, N. C. 

Foster, Laura B Route 2, Box 228, Louisburg, N. C. 

Harbison, Annie L _ Route 5, Box 88, Morganton, N. C. 

Hartsfield, Lizzie L _ 1608 Pender St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Hatchel, Annie B Route 304, Maribel, N. C. 

Heath, Annie C P. O. Box 116, Aurora, N. C. 

Hill, Jean 421 Alston Street, Raleigh, N. C. 

Hood, Rosie..- 910 Chestnut St., Kinston, N. C. 

Hood, Rosie L 910 Chestnut St., Kinston, N. C. 

Hughes, Catherine ..909 Taft Street, N. W., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

James, Norma 778 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jenkins, R'Dell Rt. 1, Box 314, Murfreesboro, N. C. 

Johns, Sarah Gibson E-36 Washington Terrace, Raleigh, N. C. 

Jordan, Shirley M Route 1, Box 252, Burgaw, N. C. 

King, Joan A 555 Rutledge Ave., Charleston, S. C. 

Knight, Hazel Route 1, Box 219, Enfield, N. C. 

Lassiter, Bettie M 1541 Battery Dr., Raleigh, N. C. 

Lawson, Alberta Route 2, Box 31, Woodsdale, N. C. 

Marrow, Ethel L P. O. Box 105, Everetts, N. C. 

McCabe, Rosette C - Route 6, Box 33, Havelock, N. C. 

McDaniel, Florence 131 Poplar Street, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

Morgan, Mary E 1117 Pender St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Moye, Ruby L 609 Davie St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Moye, Virginia L 429 W. Third St., Greenville, N. C. 

Parker, Junner M 779 South 3rd Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Pearsall, Ethel A Route 1, Box 318, Mt. Olive, N. C. 

Penny, Jean C 17 Lincoln Terrace, Raleigh, N. C. 

Peterson, Alice 503 N. Tennessee Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 

Poole, Norma F..... 309 Carver St., Raleigh, N. C. 



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Powell, Tyree..... 911 Nugent St., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Reddick, Julia M - Route 1, Box 269, Williamston, N. C. 

Reid, Marjorie .- 501 Gill St., Zebulon, N. C. 

Siler, Roberta - Route 2, Box 271, Siler City, N. C. 

Staggers, Marie 18 Court Street, Charleston, S. C. 

Wade, Ester M - Route 1, Box 236, Enfield, N. C. 

Wallace, Margaret M ...- - 421 S. Swain St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Williams, Delois 322 Catherine St., Ahoskie, N. C. 

Winston, Willie M .....Route 2, Box 30, Clayton, N. C. 

Woods, Catherine B 924 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 

Woods, Mary L 512 Coleman St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Wynn, Mable J 709 S. State St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Towns, Betty C 326 Truman Ave., Key West, Fla. 



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Adderly, Charles E .16050 N.W. 17th Ct., Miami, Fla. 

Alexander, Donald M 4121 Carver Road, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Bailey, Eugene Route 2, Box 12, Lillington, N. C. 

Burks, Clarence 505 East Beardsley Avenue, Champaign, 111. 

Cloud, Napoleon R 2151 Mickey Mill Road, Winston-Salem. N. C. 

Cloud, Syvellie R Box 24, Carver Road, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Cooper, Austin R ...201 Washington Dr., Carol Gables, Fla. 

Davis, LeRoy L 1241 N.W. 63rd St., Miami, Fla. 

Dawson, James 406 Main Street, Warrenton, Ga. 

Hurst, Ned S P. O. Box 67, Swansboro, N. C. 

Inman, Marion 1008-A Lincoln Drive, Goldsboro, N. C. 

Johnson, Robert L P. O. Box 333, Franklinton, N. C. 

Lindsey, Douglas P Route 3, Box 44, Poplar Branch, N. C. 

Mitchell, Thomas A Route 1, Box 328, Wendell, N. C. 

Morgan, Donald E 317i/2 N. Tarboro St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Patton, Leon 115 S. Claremont Avenue, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Purnell, Lester O.. Route 1, Box 112, Portsmouth, Va. 

Randolph, Frank T 202 W 8th St., Washington, N. C. 

Richards, Earl M 1517 A. St., S.E., Washington, D. C. 

Schumpert, Eugene S 401 Drayton St., Newberry, S. C. 

Shaw, Adam T 228 Woodland Ave., Carthage, N. C. 

Smith, Nathaniel 2009 Renner Street, Charlotte, N. C. 

Smith. Reuben 1530 N.W. 71st St., Miami, Fla. 

Spann, Charles 815 West Bartlette Street, Sumter, S. C. 

Staggers, Samuel 18 Court St., Charleston, S. C. 

Stevenson, Henry P 508 S. Division St., Orlando, Fla. 

Thomas, John P .....P. O. Box 719, New Haven, Conn. 

Whitaker, Thurman L 221 Phillip St., Garner, N. C. 

Whitaker, William H 221 Phillip St., Garner, N. C. 

Wills, Earnest M Box 603, Enfield, N. C. 



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