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1960 



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The Editors 




LILLIAN DANIELS 

and 

JAMES TAYLOR 



Dedication 



i. 

We the members of the Senior Class of 1960, with deep gratitude, dedicate this 
annual to Mrs. Maude Smith and the memory of Mr. Walter Kenan our classmate. 

This is more than a dedication of a college annual. This is more than a trivial 
honor. This is more than a college courtesy. This is the dedication of our cherished 
memories to a very dear friend. This is a dedication of our hopes and dreams to an 
honest emulation of her who has been an inspiration to all of us. 

Your friendly smile and kindly heart is an encouragement to all. Your genuine 
interest and enthusiasm is an inspiration and your willing co-operation an incentive to 
greater accomplishments. 

In times of discouragement and fear, you gave us hope; in times of need and want, 
you gave us succor; in times of bereavement, you gave us comfort and soothed us with 
the warmth and gentleness of a parent. 

May the Lord keep you under his everlasting power always. 

II. MR. WALTER KENAN 

In grateful admission, you helped to build a bigger and better America by giving 
your invaluable assistance and guidance to the many young men and women with whom 
you came in contact. 

Those who were acquainted with you were fortunate, but those who knew you 
were truly blessed. 

Though you are deceased the memory of you is eternal within our hearts. 

The Senior Class 



MRS. MAUDE SMITH 





MR. WALTER KENAN 




"What Do You Know, We Made It!' 




Looking Forward to that Day— With NANCY 
and ANN Help? 



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Greetings to all who may read herein the story of a class unique in 
the history of Saint Augustine's College. It is a class that has planned 
wisely, worked diligently, and wrought well. To them congratulations 
are in order. 

The arduous task of producing a yearbook comes to one but once in 
a lifetime. We, realizing this privilege, have maybe unconsciously let 
duty subdue our initial precepts. Yet, while stumbling through our 
debut, our zeal has been unquenchable. 

To reveal between the covers of this tabloid the happiness we've known, 
the treasured friendships we've shared, the information we've attained, 
is an impossibility. However, if you receive enjoyment from our Annual, 
we shall be elated, for you too will share with us the memories of our 
treasured college days. 

Our aim in editing the 1960 Falcon has been to sustain memories of 
various happenings during the years. We hope that this Annual will 
become one of your treasured possessions and remain with you always. 

"To be or not to be: that is the question." — Shakespeare. 

Lillian Joyce Daniels 
Editor-in-Chief 



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Advertisemen ts 



A Message From the President 




Dear Senior Class: 

I felicitate you upon the occasion of your graduation from St. Augustine's College 
after a fruitful academic sojourn of four years. Commencement will truly be the be- 
ginning of a new chapter in your book of life. 

Here we have attempted to acquaint you with the religious, scientific and humanis- 
tic implications in the matter of everyday life and living. It is my wish that you will 
now be better able to evaluate change in terms of continuing human progress rather 
than as a threat to human stability; you will be better prepared to become a dynamic 
and integral part of society. 

Always carry with you a Christian optimism based upon reality. Forever be true 
to God and your fellowman. 

May success ever attend you. 

Very truly yours, 



f I James A. Boyer, Q 
I / President 



November 5, 1959 




Prezell R. Robinson, Dean 



J. Mills Holloway, 

Business Manager 





Igal E. Spraggins, Registrar 



Administrative Leaders Guide and Direct Us 

Through the Years . . . 



Dean 's Message 



TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS 
of 1960 



I wish to commend you for the efforts you have put forth during the past four years to bring 
you to the successful conclusion of your undergraduate career. In these days of many demands — 
high standards and pressures, both from within and without, much is required of the individual 
to hold him steadfast to a line of personal and spiritual growth. 

As you leave Saint Augustine's, it is my sincere hope that you will carry with you her ideals 
of high endeavor, a Christian outlook and a personal desire to help make this world a better 
place in which to live. i Sin^ferely yours, 

5zell R. Robinson 
Dean 



Business Manager's Message 



To The Graduates of 1960: 

You have reached a goal but are you going to try the point or points after touchdown and 
then set new goals, or be content with the score as it stands? 

We know the answer and as you move toward your goals remember that your Alma Mater is 
always behind you. As you reach each goal we hope you will not forget your family here. Your 
financial support is needed and will always be appreciated no matter how small. 

It has been a pleasure to serve you and please accept congratulations from the Business Office. 

Very truly yours, 




J. Mills Hollowly"" 
Business Manager 



Registrar's Message 

TO THE CLASS OF 1960: 

I wish to congratulate you and express best wishes for continued success in future endeavors 
to accomplish greater things. 

If education is a good thing, as I believe it is, you can not get too much of it. I sincerely hope 
that you will continue your education in order that you may continue to grow in wisdom, in 
understanding and in usefulness. 



Best wishes. 



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Registrar 



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Front row: Johnson, Cummings. Back row: Anders, Moore, Ganguly, Inborden, Gipson, Coble. 




Seated: Saunders. Standing: Nan- 
ton, Lynch, Copeland. 




Pictured at left is Gordon L. West, Ph.D., 
Head oj Education Department, and at 
right is Charles H. McLendon, M.A., 
Director of Student Teaching. 




Margaret B. Bugg, B.A. 
Greek 




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NlRMAL K. SlNHA, Ph.D. 

Sociology 




Doris Hollow ay, B.S. 

Assistant Librarian 




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NlTYANADI PATI, Ph.D. 

Biology 





Otto M. Pharr, A.M. 
History 



Lula H. Robinson, M.A. 
English and Religion 




Albert W. Grauer, Ph.D. 
Music 



Mabel B. Wright, M.S.C. 
Business Education 



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Leolia Spaugh, B.S. 
Dietitian 










Irene E. Wingate, M.A. 
Business Education 




Julia A. Delany, M.A. 
English 




Bernice B. Taylor, B.S. 
Superintendent of Build- 
ings and Grounds 




Joseph N. Green, Jr., 

B.TH. 

College Chaplain 



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Seated: Giles, Veasey. Standing: Penny, Morgan. 




Wallace, Walker, Matthews. 



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Walker, Holloway, Winters. 



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Wise, Barnes, Jones, Jiles, Scivally. 







House Directresses 





Laundry Staff 





Maintenance 



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This Is Where We Worship 




A Man of Many Words 




The College Chaplain: 
FATHER JOSEPH N. GREEN 



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Outstanding Men Visit the Campus 



Miss Senior Class 




Miss Patricia Davis 



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Herman Scott 
President 



Cornelius Fairbanks Freeman 
Vice-President 




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Ethel Wooten 
Secretary 



James Piggee 
Treasurer 





Herbert Burrows 
Business Manager 




Lillian Daniels 
Editor of the Yearbook 



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Football. 



REGINALD ALEXANDER 
Mathematics B.S. 



HUBERT AVERY 
Chemistry B.S. 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Natural Science Club. 



WILBRA BILLUPS 
Business Education B.A. 
Choir, Big Sisters Club, Student N.E.A. 

HAROLD BING 
Social Studies and History B.A. 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. 



CHARITY BINGHAM 

Business Education B.A. 

Who's Who. Altar Guild, Usher's Guild, Student N.E.A. 
Big Sisters Club, Charm Club. 



JAMES R. BRIDGERS 

Biology B.S. 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Student N.E.A., Natural 
Science Club. 





ROBERT BRIDGERS 
Elementary Education B.A. 
Vice-President N.E.A., Dramatic Guild. 

CORA BROOKS 

Business Education B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Pan-Hellenic Council, 
Altar Guild, Pen Staff, Yearbook Staff, Canterbury 
Club, Charm Club, Big Sisters Club, Student N.E.A.. 
Campus Calendar Staff. 




ESTHER BULLOCK 
Elementary Education BA 

HERBERT BURROWS 
Physical Education BA 



JEAN CATCHINGS 
Business Education B.A. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Who's Who Camnus 
Calendar Staff. Big Sisters Club, Student N.E A P 

HENERY CUNNINGHAM 
"Pete" 

Physical Education B A 
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LILLIAN JOYCE DANIELS 

English and French B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Phi Kappa Alpha Altar 

NEA' ? e g n fSff V?^' Canterburfciub* Student 
in.il.a., ren Sstaff, Charm Club, French Club. 



KENNETH DAVIE 
Biology B.S 

ban^am^ ^ StUdent NE ' A ' Varsity Foot- 



PATRICIA DAVIS 
English and French BA 

S^ Fre C nTciub Zeta *" Beta *»«**. ^aznatics 



HILDA DAWSON 
Business Administration B A 

Yeiboorstaff 13 ' ^^ Club ' ^ent N.E.A. 



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BETTIE ELLIS 

Business Administration B.A. 

Big Sisters Club, Charm Club, Student N.E.A., Campus 
Calendar Staff, Student Council. 



PATRICIA FIELDS 

Physical Education B.A. 

Altar Guild, Canterbury Club, Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority, Choir, Charm Club, Student N.EA. 





BETTY FISHER 

Business Education B.A. 

Editor Campus Calendar, Pen Staff, Big Sisters Club, 
Charm Club. 

NAMON FLOURNOY 

Business Administration and Social Studies B.A. 

Football Team, President Pan-Hellenic Council, Kappa 
Alpha Psi, Canterbury Club, Editor The Pen. Year- 
book Staff. 





MONTY FRIZZELL 

Elementary Education B.A. 

Kappa Alpha Psi, Student N.E.A., Veteran Club, Ath- 
letic Committee. 



BELLA GILCHRIST 
Business Education B.A. 



Student N.EA. 



LEROY GREEN 
Physical Education B.A. 



Student N.EA. 



MARGARET HARTSFIELD 

Business Education B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Canterbury Club, Student 
N.E.A., Pen Staff, Big Sisters Club, Charm Club, Cam- 
pus Calendar Staff, Yearbook Staff, Library Staff. 






RUTH ANNA HAYNES 

Physical Education B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Physical Education Club, 
Big Sisters Club, Sweetheart Omega Psi Phi Frater- 
nity, Student N.E.A. 



THELMA HUDGINS 

Biology B.S. 
Student N.E.A. 



MILDRED HUNTER 
Business Education B.A. 
Student N.E.A., City Student Charm Club. 

VERA JENKINS 

Physical Education B.A. 

Student N.E.A., Interdormitory Council, Canterbury 
Club, Big Sisters Club. 



LORETTA JOHNSON 

Elementary Education B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Interdormitory Council, 
Library Staff, Big Sisters Club, Student N.E.A., Pen 
Staff, Altar Guild, Church School Teacher, Pan- 
Hellenic Council, Choir. 



FREDERICK BENJAMIN JONES, II 
Physical Education B.A. 
Football, Track, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. 



HAZELINE JONES 

Business Education B.A. 

Student N.E.A., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 
Students Charm Club. 



City 



HELEN JORDAN 

Elementary Education B.A. 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Art Club, Student N.E.A., 
Big Sisters Club. Pan-Hellenic Council, Church School 
Teacher, Charm Club. 




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REGINALD H. LANDEAU 

Biology and Chemistry B.S. 

Who's Who, Beta Kappa Chi, Alpha Phi Alpha Fra- 
ternity, Natural Science Club, Canterbury Club, Dra- 
matics Club. 

GERALDINE AVERY LEE 

Business Education B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, City Students Charm 
Club, Student N.E.A. 





CAROLYN LIPSCOMB 

Physical Education B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Athletic Council, Charm 
Club, President Interdormitory Council, Student 
N.E.A., Choir, Big Sisters Club, Physical Education 
Club. 

LEVERNE McCUMMINGS 
Social Studies B.A. 
Student Council, Student N.E.A. 





OTIS RAY McNAIR 
Physical Education B.A. 
Student N.E.A., Football Trainer. 

JESSE MASSENBURG 
Social Studies B.A. 
Veteran Club, Student N.E.A., Social Science Club. 




RONALD C. MITCHELL 

Sociology B.A. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Dramatics Club, Canter- 
bury Club, Dormitory Council, Social Science Club. 



SHIRLEY JEAN MURRELL 

Physical Education B.A. 

Student N.E.A., Pen Staff, Altar Guild, Usher Guild, 
Big Sisters Club, Charm Club, Physical Education 
Club. 





GLADYS MURPHY 
Elementary Education B.A. 
Canterbury Club, Charm Club, Dramatics Club Stu- 
dent NE. A., Big Sisters Club, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 
Pan-Hellenic Council. 



GERALDINE PERRY 

French and English B.A. 

Pan-Hellenic Council, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, French 





RUTH COLBERT POWELL 
Social Studies and History B.A. 

RACHEL RAYFORD 
Music B.A. 
Who's Who, Student N.E.A., Choir. 



CLARA REID 
Elementary Education B.A. 
Big Sisters Club, Canterbury Club, Student N.E.A. 

JAMES PIGGEE 
Physical Education B.A. 

?" apP oA lpha Psi Fraternity, Football, Track, Basket- 
ball, Student N.E.A., Physical Education Club. 




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NANCY YVONNE RHICE 
Elementary Education B.A. 
Delta Sigma , Theta Sorority, Student Council, Student 
N E.A Big Sisters Club, Church School Teacher, Who's 
Who, Social Science Club, Senior Counselor, Assistant 
?e a U r S b e o D k r Ita r ff eSS ' Canterbu ^ Club ' Peering Squad, 

MARY L. HINTON 
Business Administration B.A. 
Student N.E.A., City Students Charm Club. 



JAMES SCHUMPERT 

Mathematics B.A. 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Who's Who, Choir, Student 
N.E.A., Canterbury Club, Natural Science Club, Beta 
Kappa Chi. 

LINWOOD SHARPE 
Physical Education B.A. 

Student N.E.A., Physical Education Club, Kappa Alpha 
Psi Fraternity, Canterbury Club, Football. 








CHARLES R. SWINDELL 

Social Studies B.A. 
Student N.EA. 

DONALD THOMPSON 

Physical Education B.A. 

Football, Track, Basketball, Physical Education Club. 




DONZO THOMLINSON 

Biology B.S. 
Student N.EA. 

MARTHA UMSTEAD 

Elementary Education B.A. 

Student N.EA., Big Sisters Club, Altar Guild, Achron- 
ian Club, Canterbury Club. 




WILLIAM VICK 

Biology B.S. 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Natural Science Club, 
Canterbury Club, Choir, Pan-Hellenic Council, Stu- 
dent N.EA., Art Club, Dormitory Council. 



DOROTHY WALKER 

Business Education B.A. 

Canterbury Club, Student N.E.A., Big Sisters Club, 
Charm Club, Yearbook Staff, Pen Staff. 





GENEVA S. WILKINS 

Social Studies B.A. 

Choir, Altar Guild, Dormitory Council, Social Science 
Club, Big Sisters Club, Alpha Kappa Mu, Canterbury 
Club, Who's Who, May Queen. 



BERNICE WILLIAMS 

Elementary Education B.A. 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Student N.E.A., Greek 
Queen, Pan-Hellenic Council, Big Sisters Club, Charm 
Club, Library Staff. 




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IRENE WILLIAMS 

Elementary Education B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Church School Teacher, 
Canterbury Club, Big Sisters Club, Charm Club, Pen 
Staff, Yearbook Staff. 



CHARLES R. WILLIS 

Physical Education B.A. 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Basketball, Track, Stu- 
dent N.E.A., Veteran Club. 





JAMES E. WILSON 
Biology B.S. 

RICHARD JOHNSON 

Physical Education B.A. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Student N.E.A., Track, 
Canterbury Club. 





JOSHUA EDWARDS 
Physical Education B.A. 
Football, Basketball. 

JEAN ELLIOTT 
Business Administration and Social Studies B.A. 
Big Sisters Club. 





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DOROTHY BEST 
Elementary Education B.A. 
Student N.E.A. 

VANDERY BONEY 
Business Administration B.A. 






EMMA KNIGHT 
Social Studies B.A. 
Choir, Big Sisters Club, Altar Guild, Pen Staff. 

KENDREDGE McNEIL 
Physical Education B.A. 
Student N.E.A., Physical Education Club. 



JOYCE PARHAM 

Business Administration B.A. 

City Students Charm Club, Student N.E.A. , Campus 
Calendar Staff. 



SAMUEL SANDERS 

Mathematics B.S. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Football, Basketball, 
Student N.E.A. 





MARY SANDERS 
Elementary Education B.A. 
Student N.E.A. 

ELVENTA RICHARDSON 
Elementary Education B.A. 





VERA ROBINSON 

Business Administration BA 

City Students Charm Club, Student N.E.A., Yearbook 

VESTIE L. SMITH 
Business Administration BA 

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HELEN TATE 
Physical Education B.A. 

JAMES TAYLOR 
Business Administration BA 

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veterans Liub, Dormitory President. 



ROSSMAN THOMPSON 
Business Administration B.A. 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Student N.E.A. 

ETHEL WOOTEN 
Business Education BA 

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Junior Class Officers 




George Jones President 

Army Dee Little Vice-President 

Barbara Brown Secretary 

Johnny Jackson Treasurer 

Curtis Riddick. Business Manager 

Robert Vaughn Asst. Business Manager 










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Top row: 

VINCENT ADAMS 
BERNARD ALLEN 
SHIRLEY BALDWIN 
BARBARA BROWN 



Center row: Bottom row: 

PATRICIA ANN CAREY BARBARA ANNE DUNN 

WILFRED BARRY KENNETH ECHOLS 

JUITT CONNORS ALICE LOUISE TORD 

HELEN T. DAVIS GLORIA GARDNER 





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Top row: Center row: Bottom row: 

DOROTHY GRICE REBECCA HARRISON LEONARD JETTON 

LULA MAE HAGANS REDERICK C. HENDERSON GLORIA ANITA JOHNSON 

FLORA E. HARLEE BETTYE LOU HINTON GEORGE JONES 

SADIE HARRIS JOHNNY JACKSON VERA KIRK 



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Top row: 

THEODORE ROBERT LEE 
ARMY D. LITTLE 
MILDRED McDOWELL 
BENJAMIN MERRITT 



Center row: 
MARVENIA MOORE 
MARY LYNETTE MOORE 
CURTIS T. MURRAY 
OMEGA CHRISTINE NIXON 



Bottom row: 
CURTIS RIDDICK 
HAZEL SANDERS 
WILLIAM SANDERS 
ANN E. SAWYER 



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SCHUMPERT 

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ROBERT VAUGHAN 



Center row: 
BARBARA WALKER 
MICHAEL WEATHERS 



Bottom row: 
LORENE WILLIAMS 
REBA WILLIAMS 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 



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President Crowns Miss Saint Augustine's 




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Miss May Queen 




Miss Geneva S. Wilkins 



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Nancy Rhice, President of 
Student Body and last year Miss 
UNCF Betty Jeffries. 




Enjoying the Snow 









The Freshman Charm Club 



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Dramatics Club 





Natural Science Club 




Canterbury Club 




Honor Society 



Alpha Kappa Mu 






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Phi Kappa Alpha 



Beta Kappa Chi 




Curtis Means, James Schumpert and Reginald 
Landeau. 




Student Council Takes Oath 



President Boyer inaugurates the first lady presi- 
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( 1st left) and Student Council. 



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Pan-Hellenic Council 




Making Plans for Progress. 



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Co-Captains Taylor and Thompson. 



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Action from the Shaw University Game. 




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The Mighty Falcons. 




The Coaching Staff. 




The Saint Augustine's Falcon Basketball Team 




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Coach Jesse Clements shows Co-Captains Glover 
and Jones plays. 



The Falcons in action against J. C. Smith. 



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Stirrup in action against Winston-Salem Rams 



Track Team 




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Class Poem 



For years of struggle, toil and fight 
Have led us to this glorious height. 
With minds filled with knowledge new. 
Our goal of life is now in view. 



Through St. Augustine's rooms and grounds 
Exeriences, joy and sorrow we have found. 
Which made us strong, sound and true. 
Giving us courage, our work to do. 



Now envision the sea of life, 

Before us rolling with many a strife. 

But we'll sail it forever, 

Each with a determined mind, 

And at some port, success we'll find. 



Senior Class Wills 

Saint Augustine's College 

1960 



We, the Senior Class of 1960 of Saint Augustine's 
College, being indisputably of sound mind, body 
and memory and about to pass from the great 
institution of learning, make, publish and declare 
this to be our last will and testament and do here- 
by proclaim all former wills invalid. 

To our beloved parents, the ones who are so 
dear to us, and who made this day possible, we 
leave our deepest appreciation for their faith in 
us, our undying love, and many many thanks for 
helping us to reach our goals. 

To our President, Faculty, and Staff we leave 
our gratitude for the endless consideration, and 
the unfailing love and kindness shown us in times 
of triumph. 

To the Junior Class, as our rightful and worthy 
successors, we bequeath our riches and treasures, 
our senior dignity, our excellent wit, our charm- 
ing manners, our loyalty, our intellectual ability, 
and the courage to fight no matter what obstacles 
may confront you. 

To the Sophomore Class, we hope that you will 
succeed in all your endeavors, and strive to reach 
the senior crest although the road may seem long 
and endless. 

To the Freshman Class, we bestow the power to 
resist the many temptations that will confront 
you before graduation, in hopes that the long road 
ahead of you will be filled with happiness and 
prosperity. 

I, Wilbra Billups, will to my little sisters Anita 
and Peggy the best of everything for their re- 



maining years here at Saint Augustine's. To my 
instructors, my ever lasting appreciation for their 
help and their faith in me. 

I, Harold Lionel Bing, wish to felicitate the 
administrative Staff and Instructors of Saint 
Augustine's College for a unique most worthy, 
contribution as to have prepared we the students 
of the Senior Class for life's career. To Dr. N. K. 
Sinha, my most deepest appreciation for his 
guidance. To the men of Kappa Alpha Psi the 
conception of Phi Nu Pi. To Leonard Jetton, 
my love for Kappa and position as Polemark. To 
the Pukas, farewell; and finally to my best friend, 
Macon Jones, the best of luck and success always 
to stick it out. Dig? 

Charity F. Bingham wills to her little sister, 
Peggy Autry, her love for St. Augustine's College. 
To the faculty and staff members, many thanks 
for their kindness and services rendered her while 
at St. Augustine's. 

Robert Bridges wills to Mr. Frank Murray his 
frequent moods of restlessness because he can 
blow them away with his horn. Along with this 
goes his best wishes for a successful future. 

Ester Bullock wills her pleasing personality 
and ability to get along with everyone to her 
little sister, Frances Carr. To Cleo Davis, her 
love for Saint Augustine's College. 

I, Herbert Victor Burrow, will to Leo Williams 
my position as Quarterback on the football team; 
and my undying love for Omega Psi Phi to my 
little brother, Eugene Nelson. 



I, Jean E. Catchings, will to my little sisters, 
Gladys Merritt and Jeannette Brown, luck and 
success always. To all those who have helped me 
in my field, my sincere thanks; and to Mary 
Makel, my undying love for Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority. 

I, Edward Craig, will my ability to over come 
difficulties and remain cool and calm under fire 
to Robert (cat) Watson, and Sam (Moon Bean) 
Holloway. 

I, Henry Cunningham, will to my homeboy, 
Army Dee Little, the ability to play a smooth 
hand with the girls in the city, and to my home- 
girl's Coro Moore and Mary Helen Kirby, my 
love for Saint Augustine's. 

I, Lillian Joyce Daniels, will to my little sisters, 
Joyce Davis and Madeline Irving my personality, 
coolness, and sophisticated state of being. To 
Sadie Harris, a portion of my love for Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority. To Elroy T. Hobbs and 
Evans ( Lefty ) Belton my everlasting love and 
scholastic achievements. My sincere gratitude 
and thanks to my parents and the people of St. 
Augustine's College who guided me through my 
college years. To the students from Chicago, Illi- 
nois, my school spirit, love for Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and St. 
Augustine's College are given in hopes that you 
will bare them in your minds always. 

I, Hilda Dawson, will my place in Saint Augus- 
tine's Beauty Shop to Clarice Pridgen. To my 
aunts, Ruth and Christine Williams, I will my 
undying love for Saint Augustine's College; to 
all Instructors who have helped for years, I leave 
my deepest appreciation. 

To Peggy Odom I, Joshua Edward, will muc h t 
happiness, s uccess, and lots of g ood luck; als o. / 
my ewrlastingJp_Y_e~ To Moss Smith, I will myy 
positiorTon the football team, number 55 in white, ( 
and 75 in blue. Js 

I, Jean Elliott, will my pleasing personality to 
Eloise Alexander; and to all my instructors many 
thanks for the advice they have given me. 

I, Bettie Ellis, will to Gwendoly McNeil, my 
undying love for Saint Augustine's College. To 
Shirley Baldwin, I will my ability to get along 
with the entire student body; and to Hazel San- 
ders, my ability to transfer plus change my major 
and graduate in four years. 

Patricia LaNell Fields wills to Antionette Willie 
her love and devotion to Delta Sigma Theta Soror- 
ity; and to Ann Sawyer, my petite figure. 

I, Betty Fisher, will to my homegirl. Dona 
Logan, my ability to pass all subjects in the 
Business Education Department; and my love for 
Saint Augustine's to Hattie Hicks. 

I, Namon Flournoy, will to Robert Felder my 
knowledge, understanding and thinking ability, 
and also; my "sweetest" ways. 

I, Monty Frizzell, leave to Orbie Rumpth, my 
position; also my ability to be cool while dealing 
with Coach R. H. Jackson. To the staff and stu- 
dents, I leave my appreciation and many thanks 
for making my stay at Saint Augustine's College 
a pleasant one. 



Margaret Hartsfield wills to Carolyn Upper- 
man, her position in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. 
T o all those who have helped me in my field s I 
give my sincere thanks; and to Edith Wheeler, 
much luck and success in all of he r endeavors. 

I, Ruth Haynes, will to my homegirl, Barbara 
Woodhouse, my place in Delta Sigma Theta Soror- 
ity, and the ability to meet her husband on Saint 
Augustine's Campus. 

I, Mary Hinton, will Betty Hinton my closet 
up stairs in Hunter Building. 

To Mary Lassiter, I Mildred Hunter will my 
quiet ways, and to Herman Hunter, my place in 
the Business Department. 

I, Vera Jenkins, will to Deloris Blake my ability 
to be a top student in the Physical Education 
Department; and to the Freshmen my love for 
Saint Augustine's College. 

Hazeline Jones wills to her future Little Sis- 
ters, Little Brother's and Little Sweethearts the 
ability to cross the burning sands, and to Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority her everlasting love. To 
all city students, the ability to stay at St. Augus- 
tine's four years and not fail a course. To St. 
Augustine's College a hearty thanks for four 
years of wonderful training. 

Loretta A. Johnson wills to Rebecca Harrison 
and Elventa Richardson the ability to become suc- 
cessful Elementary Teachers; to Ann Sawyer her 
vivaciousness in the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. 

To Mrs. Ball, Helen Jordan leaves her deepest 
appreciation and gratitude for her constructive 
guidance and kindness to her in Elementary Edu- 
cation. 

I, Walter Kenan, bequeath to Betty Fisher, 
much happiness and a wealth of health in years 
to come. 

I, Erma Knight, leave to my little sisters, Caro- 
lyn Bond and Cora Moore, my devoted love and 
hope that their Freshman year will be as enjoy- 
able and productive as mine. To Mrs. L. Robin- 
son, I leave my deepest appreciation and gratitude 
for her constructive guidance; love and kindness 
during my four years at Saint Augustine's College. 
To Mrs. Smith, my deepest and sincere apprecia- 
tion for her guidance and love during my two 
years in the Delany Building. 

I, Carolyn Lipscomb, will my undying love for 
the College Choir to Beverly Dillard, and to 
Hattie Hicks, I will my seat in Physical Education 
classes and the ability to work hard. To Shirley 
Foster, Eddie Schumpert, and Antionette Willie. 
I will my undying love as a friend and a play 
mother, and my room in the senior dorm.; and 
to the Pyramids, my love for Delta Sigma Thela 
Sorority. 

I, Oties McNair, will to Moris Smith, my statue 
in senior class, and to Arbie Rumpth my position 
on the managerial staff of the Football team. 

I, Ronald C. Mitchell, will my most humble 
appreciation to the Staff and Faculty, and the 
greatest of thanks to Dr. Sinha. To all the Broth- 
ers and Little Bros of Kappa Alpha Psi, my most 
devoted love for it. To my cousin, Gloria Johnson, 
the very best of luck; to J. Conner, the ability 



to also do "Conservative Dancing"; to Janice 
Johnson the will to dance; and to you dear, my 
eternal love. . . . 

I, Shirley Jean Murrell, will my dignity and 
ability to get serious when there is a matter of 
time to Vera Kirk. To Marvenia Moore, I will 
my ability to stay at Saint Augustine's four years 
without leaving one semester out of each year. 
To any Physical Education major, I will my 
ability to hold a 2.00 average in the Sciences; 
and my ability to be seen and not heard, to Eddie 
Schumpert. 

I, Gladys Beatrice Murphy, leave to all the 
Faculty who never understood me, my sincere 
regret and to the few who did, much love and 
admiration. To my little sister, Gwendolyn Elli- 
son, I leave my ability to become a young lady 
after three hard years of trying; to Rebecca Har- 
rison, my undying love for Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. 

I, James Piggee, will to Leo Williams, the 
ability to make all C. I. A. A. his senior year; 
and to Orbie Rumpth the ability to be able to 
run parts back, as well as he says he can. 

I, Ruth Powell, will my place in Mr. Boykin's 
History classes to Lynette Moore and hope she 
will enjoy them as much as I have. 

I, Clara Reid, will to my little sisters, Barbara 
Anderson and Betty Royal, my love, devotion, 
and much luck in Elementary Education; also, 
my room 209 in the Senior Dormitory with hopes 
that they will enjoy it as much as I did. 

Nancy Rhice wills her position as "President 
of the Student Council" to any deserving student 
who is willing to accept the responsibility; to all 
Elementary Educaton majors, the ability to get 
along with Mrs. Ball and all other instructors in 
all departments; to Peggy Autry, Lula Hagans, 
Ruth Anderson, Germain Wright her love for 
Saint Augustine's and for them to help Bob 
Brodie, Eugene Reid, and Reggie Henderson keep 
the Wilson spirit high here at St. Aug. To Caro- 
lyn Upperman and Clarice Rand her love for 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. She wills her sin- 
cere appreciation to everyone here at St. Augus- 
tine's for making her four years a pleasant stay. 
To my little sisters, Mary Kirby and Emma Brown 
the ability to keep smiling as I did when the odds 
were against me. 

Vera Robinson wills to all City Students the 
ability to never stop climbing but keep on striving 
to be successful. 

I, Herman Scott, will to my roommate, Ronald 
Griffith ( Zip) my position as Student Proctor and 
the T in Tonk. To George Jones, I will my leader- 
ship ability; to my home boys, Kenneth Arm- 
strong, Paul Hampton, and Billy Sessoms I will 
my love and devotion to my Alma Mater. To 
Elijah Stewart, my main man, I will my knowl- 
edge to be cool and dig boss sounds in Stereo- 
phonic. 

I, Vestie Smith, will to my little sister, Lois 
Hawkins, my sincere love for Saint Augustine's 
College. To my Instructors my thanks and grati- 
tude for assisting me in the field of Business 
Administration; to Ann Sawyer and Eddie Schum- 
pert the ability to be seen and not heard; and to 
Shirley Baldwin, my dignity. 



I, James Taylor, will my ability to play football 
to Swandell Cloud. 

I, Donald Thompson, will to Theodore Blakney 
the ability to stay out of arguments, and to get 
himself a girl. To my homeboys, Corky, Maclrvin, 
Lacey, and Chuck, my very best. 

I, Donzo Tomlinson, will to my homeboys, 
Jimmy Watson, Willard Sanders, and Fred Stal- 
lings, my ability to graduate by struggling. 

I, Martha Umstead, will to Lemuel Jones, my 
undying fr iendship and affection : and to my 
little sisters, Joyce Jackson, and Madie Satter- 
white my ability to get along with people. 

I, Dorothy Walker, leave to my little sister, 
Marva J. Maycos, my love for Delany Building 
in hopes that she will enjoy it as much as I did. 
To Ann Sawyer I leave my ability to win first 
prize for having the cleanest room of the year. 
To Mrs. Smith and to my instructors I give many 
thanks for their guidance and understanding 
throughout the years; and to Ronald J. Griffith, 
my devoted love and admiration forever. 

Bernice Williams wills her homegirls, Amy 
Williams and Hattie Hicks, her love for Saint 
Augustine's College, and her place on campus 
as being one of the three coeds. 

I, Irene Elizabeth Williams, leave to any Ele- 
mentary Education major the ability to master 
all the necessary requirements in that department. 
To all my homies, the best of luck throughout 
the coming years. To my little sisters, Geraldine 
Heartley and Cleo Ellis, my undying love and 
friendship; and my sincere thanks and apprecia- 
tion to all the Faculty and Staff members of Saint 
Augustine's who helped me through my College 
years. 

I, Geneva Wilkins, will my position on the 
Dean's List every semester to some capable fresh- 
man. To Cassandria Hanna, and Alice Hannibal 
my place in the Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. 
To Antionette Willie, I will my infinite love and 
loyalty to the College Choir. To Sadie Harris, I 
will my position in the Senior Class. To Leonard 
Jetton, I give my thanks for his friendship. To 
all students, I give the challenge of seeking more 
knowledge. To Mr. Moore, Mrs. Smith, Dr. Sinha 
and Mr. Anders, and all my instructors, I give 
my sincere thanks for their patience and under- 
standing. 

Ethel Wooten wills her undying love for Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority to her Sorrors and her posi- 
tion to Hattie Hicks. My sincere thanks to all 
the people of Saint Augustine's who have helped 
me through my college years. 

I, Cora Brooks, will to my cousins, Shirley 
Foster, my room in Senior Dormitory in order 
that she may see everything her boy friend does 
at the drugstore. To my little sisters, Rose Marie, 
Bain and Alma J. Green, my love for St. Augus- 
tine's College. To Eddie Schumpert my position 
in "Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority." 



Witnesses: 

Shirley J. Murrell 
Dorothy M. Walker 



The Class Prayer 

Most merciful Father, you made us; and we 
thank you for our very being. Without you to 
guide us, we are lost in this world of reality 
unknown. As we travel the road of life, lead 
us in the right direction toward attainment and 
worthwhileness. Through the cool morning of 
childhood, the feverish noonday hustle of adoles- 
cence, and the evenings of adulthood we feel you 
ever present. When the end of our journey is 
near; then in Thy infinite Mercy, grant me a safe 
home with Thee at the end of the day. 

Lilian Daniels 
Editor-in-Chief 



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Lingering Memories Through the Years. 






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Class History 



September, 1956, a group of enthusiastic proud, mature, young men 
and women came to Saint Augustine's College to matriculate in their 
various fields of endeavor. Some of them were quite at home while others 
were a little in doubt, because of the distance that they were from home. 
We had quite a time at first, but at last we were adjusted to our "Alma 
Mater." 

We boarded the ship, and decided as long as we actually were going 
to be aboard the ship we may as well be organized as a crew; so we 
chose Walter Kenan as our president, who has since deceased. We had 
a very successful year and the class was immediately motivated to be 
the most outstanding class in the history of St. Augustine's. 

We decided we couldn't be outstanding unless we did something for 
this title, so we placed many attributes into various organizations, clubs 
and into the sports world. 

Representing us on the football team were: Samuel Sanders, James 
Piggee, Herbert "gal" Burrows, James "Bud" Bridges, Linwood Sharpe, 
Donald "Pie" Thompson, Joshua Edwards, Curtis House, "Rocker" Means, 
Namon Flournoy, James Taylor, Kenneth "K.T." Davie, Reginald "Reg" 
Alexander and the trainers as always Monty G. Frizzell, and Otis McNair. 

After football season was over, of course we had to play basketball 
in order for the team to be successful; here we were also represented well 
with those rough men from the class of "60." We had to have spirit for 
the team, so Miss Helen Jordan, Shirley Combs and Nancy Rhice were 
chosen as cheerleaders for the team. For track we had none other than 



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Richard "Tut" Johnson, and coming in second, James Piggee; others 
included Herbert Burrows, Donald "Pie" Thompson, and joining us our 
Junior Freddie Jones. 

We gave to the choir, Wilbra Billups, Martha Umstead, Wynona Rhem, 
Geneva Wilkins, Rachel Rayford, Loretta Johnson, James Schumpert, 
and joining later Erma Knight. Representing us at Homecoming were 
Beatrice Wynn as Miss Freshman and Helen Tate as the attendant from 
the freshman class to Miss Homecoming. 

September, 1957, we had lost many classmates, but gained others whom 
we learned to love as much as those we had lost. Herman Scott was again 
elected as Class President and as the previous year we were well repre- 
sented in all phases of our college's activities. As Miss Sophomore, we 
chose Ruth Haynes, who represented us in a lovely homecoming parade 
with Geneva Wilkins being our attendant to Miss Homecoming. 

The dean's list was again hit by many of us such as Curtis Means, who 
had a 3.00 average the last semester of this year; also chosen as vice- 
president of the Student Council was Nancy Rhice, who was a write-in- 
candidate. 

Many more adventures took place our Sophomore year as a number 
of us were initiated into various great Greek Letter Organizations. We 
just knew we were "Big Wheels." 

Many other things were accomplished this year but we awaited our 
Junior Year and the Prom. 



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September 1958, saw "summer" overworked students scrambling to 
get back to the "aug" and we elected Scott again as our President. Event 
after event took place the Junior year. The choir toured Fla.; and New 
York; Ethel Wooten was Miss Jr., Hilda Dawson was the attendant to 
Miss S. T. A., Wynon Rhem was chosen as the Kappa Sweetheart, Ruth 
Haynes became Omegas Sweetheart her Senior year, Patricia Davis was 
Sigma's Sweetheart; Alpha Kappa Mu accepted Geneva Wilkins, James 
Schumpert, Curtis Means; Reginald Landeau, Curtis Means and James 
Schumpert made Beta Kappa Chi; Rachel Rayford and Lillian Daniels 
made Phi Kappa Alpha; Wynona Rhem was elected Miss St. Aug.; Geneva 
Wilkins as May Queen, and Nancy Rhice elected as the first girl president 
of the Student Council in the history of Saint Augustine's College. We 
now look forward to the senior year. 

We're Seniors at last and we can almost see the shore. There is sorrow 
on board, Walter Kenan our freshman class president and a faithful 
worker of the class has deceased and left an empty chair on deck. We 
deeply mourned his departure. 

We can still hear the music for the Junior-Senior Prom which we gave 
to the Seniors and we can also still see the Turner Cup with the words, 
JUNIOR CLASS— FIRST PRIZE— Namon Flournoy as editor of the Pen 
has done a splendid job — The ship is slowly coming to the shore and we 
are all ready to step off the ship and see what awaits us. . . . Yes we have 
weathered the storm and now we must face the breeze. 

Nancy Yvonne Rhice, Class Historian 



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Supervisor of Laundry 



Through the Years! 

Dearest Parents, 

The graduating class of 1960, Saint Augustine's 
College with a true, sincere and warm felt heart 
expresses appreciation to you, our parents, for 
encouragement, inspiration, co-operation and 

everlasting love. 

The Senior Class 



Senior Class Directory 

Geraldine Avery Lee, K-2 Washington Terrace, Raleigh, N. C. 

Charity Bingham, Route 14, Plain View, Va. 

Vandary Boney, Route 2, Box 294, Rose Hill, N. C. 

Cora Brooks, 110 Isabelle St., Thomasville, Ga. (CA. 6-0674) 

Jean Catchings, 415 Pine St., Thomasville, Ga. (CA. 6-5789) 

Lillian Daniels, 3402 West 137 St., Robbins, 111. ( Fu 8-3154) 

Hilda Dawson, Route 2, Box 167, Kinston, N. C. 

Dorothy Best, G-ll Washington Terr., Raleigh, N. C. 

Joyce Parham, Route 2, Box 310, Zebulon, N, C. (An 9-5847) 

Patricia Lacey, Route 1, Gates, N. C. 

Betty McLean, 1912 Cecil St., Durham, N. C. (2-2272) 

Patricia Fields, 5113 Farrow Rd., Columbia, S. C. ( Al- 4-0129) 

Patricia Davis, 1406 Pender St., Raleigh, N. C. (TE 4-5132) 

Francis G. Duck, P. O. Box 22, Lumberton, N. C. 

Jean Elliott, P. O. Box 96, Vass, N. C. 

Wilbra Billups, P. O. Box 124, West Point, Va. (St. 5-3565) 

Mary Sanders, 705 East Lane St., Raleigh, N. C. (TE 3-1750) 

Vera Robinson, 10 Smith Plaza, Raleigh, N. C. (TE 4-7754) 

Betty Fisher, 5039 Ludlow St., Philadelphia 39, Pa. ( Gr 2-6630) 

Mary L. Hinton, 3129 Rhamkatte Rd., Raleigh, N. C. 

Bettie Ellis, Rt. 2, Box 96, Wilson, N. C. 

Grace Gray, 303 Fowle St., Raleigh, N. C. (Va 8-5221) 

Margaret Hartsfield, Rt. 1, Box 82-A, Wake Forest, N. C. 

Thelma Hudgins, 1355 O'Keefe St., Norfolk, Va. (Ma 5-0924) 

Mildred Hunter, Rt. 7, Raleigh, N. C. (Te 3-8362) 

Vera Jenkins, 1536 Lexington Ave., Apt. 5-H, New York, N. Y. 

Templeton 1-0811 

Loretta Johnson, Box 403, Middlesboro, Ky. 

Hazeline Jones, 721 S. Dawson St., Raleigh, N. C. ( Te 3-7614) 

Helen Jordan, Rt. 1, Box 226, Gatesville, N. C. 

Erma Knight, 3909 Roanoke Ave., Newport News, Va. (Ta 3-4473) 

Gladys Murphy, Rt. 4, Box 458-H, Griffin, Ga. (5026) 

Shirley Murrell, 614 W. 4th St., Washington, N. C. ( Wa 6-2219) 

Geraldine Perry, 202 Maple St., Raleigh, N. C. (Te 3-4334) 

Rachel Rayford, P. O. Box 336, Maxton, N. C. 

Clara Reid, 501 Gill St., Zebulon, N. C. (An 9-2891) 

Nancy Yvonne Rhice, Rt. 1, Box 23, Sims, N. C. 

Emma Sanders, 202 Front St., Clayton, N. C. ( Wa 2-6368) 

Vestie Smith, Rt. 1, Box 136A, Washington, N. C. 

Mary Y. Tatum 

Martha Umstead, 403 E. McClanahan St., Oxford, N. C. (3934) 



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Dorothy Walker, P. O. Box 248, Hillsboro, N. C. (4946) 

Geneva Wilkins, 82 Nassau St., Charleston, S. C, ( Ra 3-9677) 

Ethel Wooten, Rt. 1, Box 267, Macclesfield, N. C. 

Bernice Williams, Rt. 5, Box 271, Henderson, N. C. 

Irene Williams 3640 Franklin Ave., Miami 33, Fla. (Hi 3-4574) 

Le verne McCummings, 2122 N. 18th St., **>*&%* £ Ce T . 1356) 

Linwood Sharpe. 1015 Edmonson Ave., Tarboro, N. C. ( Ta 2926) 

Henry A. Cunningham, 603 Marion St., Badin, N. C. 

Edward Craig. 114 Lincoln St.. Belmont, N. C. (Ta 5-8796) 

Rossman Thompson. 755 Merchant St., Coatesville, Pa. 

Charles E. Smith. 220 W. 134 St., New York, N. Y. ( FO 8-5390) 

Donzo Tomlinson, R.F.D. 1. Box 300, Clayton, N . C 

(Phone: Smithfield, N. C. We 4-3754) 

Reginald Alexander, 4121 Carver Rd„ Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Hubert Avery. Rt. 2, Box 8. Smithfield, N. C. 

James R. Bridges. 809 E. St. James St., Tarboro, N. C. 

Esther Bullock. P. O. Box 318. Manson, N. C. 

Herbert V. Burrows, 432 N. W. 10th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Kenneth T. Davie, 223 S. Point Rd., Belmont, N. C. 

Joshua Edwards, 1811 O'Keefe St., Norfolk, Va. 

Margaret B. Faucette, 207 Pilot St.. Durham, N. C. 

Cornelius F. Freeman, 705 Gladden St., Washington, N. C. 

Monty G. Frizzell, 1230 Battle St.. Greenville, N. C. 

Bella M. Gilchrist, 710 Wiggins St., Wilson, N. C. 

Rebecca M. Goldston, 318 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Ruth A. Haynes, Rt. 1, Box 251. London Bridge, Va. 

Richard Johnson, 1969 Garfield St., Gary, Ind. 

Reginald Landeau, 45 W. 110th St.. New York, N. Y. 

Carolyn Lipscomb, Rt. 1, Box 233, Greenville, S. C. 

Curtis S. Means, Rt. 1, Box 277-A, Stanley. N. C. 

Ronald C. Mitchell, 721 S. Parramore St., Orlanda, Fla. 

James W. Parham, 116 Barbee St., Wendell, N. C. 

James M. Piggee, 2141 McKinley St., Gary, Ind. 

Wynona E. Rhem, 416 Bern St., New Bern, N. C. 

Samuel G Sanders, 643 Rowland St., Henderson, N. C. 

Herman Scott, 346 Atlantic Ave., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Albert W. Stirrupp, 1214 N. W. 64th St., Miami, Fla. 

Bobby J. Stroman, 1021 17th St., West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Helen M. Tate, 207 N. Pettigrew St., Raleigh, N. C. 

James A. Taylor, 1308 University St., Kinston, N. C. 

Donald V. Thompson, 1728 Jeff. St., Gary, Ind. 

Donzo L. Tomlinson, 1112 S. Bloodworth St., Raleigh, N. C. 



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