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The Senior Class of 1965 



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Foreword 




Dedication 


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In Memoriam 


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Faculty and Staff 




Senior Class 


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Junior Class 


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Sophomore Class 


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Freshman Class 


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Clubs and Organizations 


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Campus Activities 


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Sports 


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Patrons 


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Advertisements 




Student Directory 



Mrs, Willie H- High 




Legend 



1. Heating Plant 

2. Goold Hall — Women's Residence 

3. Tuttle Building 

— Women's Residence 

4. President's Home 

5. Cheshire Building 

— Men's Residence Hall 

6. Thomas Building 

— Men's Residence Hall 
Faculty Apartments 
Delaney Building 

— Women's Residence 
Emery Health and Fine Arts Center 
Penick Hall of Science 
The College Laundry 

12. Art Building 

13. Administration Building 
Supply Shed 
Hermitage Building — Infirmary 

16. Tennis Courts 

17. Faculty Apartments 

18. Faculty Apartments 

19. Faculty Apartments 

20. The College Chapel 

21. Faculty Apartments 

22. Taylor Hall — Study Center 

23. Benson Library 



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FELLOW FALCONS AND FRIENDS: 

We shall attempt to present to you a history of four wonderful years in a family of which 
we shall eternally be a part. MV submit this message to rou m illustrations and through the 
written word. 

To our teachers, we say "thank rou." They have been mothers and fathers to us — sparing 
the rod and not spoiling the child. To our Administration, we shall remember the goal you have 
inspired us to attain. To our young Falcons, the torch is now passed to you; build your Alma 
Mater. We will do our utmost to set a good example for you in the busy world ahead. We ask 
only that you improve where we have failed, and that you build upon the good in the founda- 
tion which we have built. 

It is with mingled sorrow and joy that we leave you, our Saint Augustine's Family — sor- 
row because of the four years of family unity; joy because we shall employ those talents which 
you have given us. 

So farewell, dear Alma Mater, and thank you again. 

Sincerely yours, 

Vernon E. McClean, Editor 

Barbara Lewis, Co-Editor 



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ijJEDICATION 



To you, DR. PREZELL R. ROBIN- 
SON, this Annual is sincerely dedicated. 
As student, professor and our Executive 
Dean, you have given to us your time, 
energy and, most important, you have 
given of yourself 

This dedication is a small token from 
us the Students, Staff and Faculty of 
Saint Augustine's College, The kindly 
smile, the warm handclasp, the friendly 
good mornings, all these are appreciated. 
Many evenings we have watched your 
burning light in the office, and it has in- 
spired us to work to make Saint Augus- 
tine's a great institution of learning. 
Many times we have appreciated the 
slight frown of disapproval and the kind 
words of encouragement. 

May God richly bless you and, in the 
years to come, may the pages of this 
book bring you many pleasant memories 
of the Class of 1965. 



Class of 1965 




A Biographical Sketch 
The Hour Glass, . . . 



The hour glass, with its sands of time, has 
slowly but surely spilled its contents, and with 
the passing of the last sand, went the life of 
ANNE PEACE TOLIVER, our loved one, the 
daughter of Anna Peace, and the late Rover- 
end Samuel Peace, the wife of Frank A Toli- 
ver, and the mother of Frank A. Toliver, Jr. 

She was educated at Bennett College, 
Greensboro, North Carolina; Clark College, 
Atlanta, Georgia; Pennsylvania State Univer- 
sity; and Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity, New York. 

IDuring her matriculation for and completion 
of the Masters Degree and the Doctor of Edu- 
cation Degree, she served as teacher of Eng- 
lish, drama, and speech in the public schools 
of North Carolina and at Saint Augustine's 
College, where she was on leave at the time of 
licr death. .\i Saint Augustine's College she 
\sas Chairman of the English Department and 
the Division of Humanities. 

Her organizational affiliations were many 
among which were the Links, Inc., Aljjha 
Kapjja Alpha Sorority, the Alpha Betls, the 
American Association of University Women, 
National Council of Teachers of English, Phi 
Delta Kappa Sorority, Kappa Delta Pi Frater- 
nity and Les Pins Community Club. 

Imbuing students widi the hiunanistic prin- 
ciples of knowledge was her philosophy. The 
spirit of these principles were demonstrated in 
the qualities of excellence epitomized through 
her services at Saint Augustine's College. 

The imprint of her service is left so deep 
that any who follow may clearly .see the ma- 
terial used in her life's activity, for mingling 
among the shadows are tall trees of love and 
devotion and friendship that overshadow 
criticism. 

THE FAMILY 



Dr. Anne P. Toliver 



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A Message from the Student Council 

President 



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Dear Class of 1965: 

The class of 1931 was the first to receive the honor of being rewarded a 
degree for four years of study at Saint Augustine's College. Since that time 
many classes have joined that outgoing procession, marking the end of four 
successful years of undergraduate study. We have journeyed here for four 
years, and now many of us will position ourselves in pursuit of life, liberty 
and prosperity. 

As a part of Saint Augustine's College, we depart with all that we have 
attained to make Her blessings known through performance and service. 
The thought of graduation stimulates many other thoughts and produces a 
vacuum of bleak emptiness. However, if life is to continue we must roll back 
the curtains of darkness and beam our lights upon the subjects of life to 
eliminate the darkness with Truth and Good. 

The Class of 1965 realizes that the merits of our attainments liere must 
be transmitted in our actions, obligations, and responsibilities. The challenge 
of progress bids us to stop and to recall momentarily the deeds of the past 
and to move with haste to realize the potentials of the future, for we have 
"a past to cherish and a future to fulfill." 

Very truly yours, 

Lattie Baker, Jr. 

President of the Student Council 





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Dear Se}jiors: 

As you begin to "fold your academic tents" preparatory to leaving the 
beautiful camp grounds of Saint Augustine's, try to remember that your so- 
journ here was fraught with purpose and meaning. 

Your purpose has been to become prepared for the increasingly competi- 
tive society that awaits you: this purpose means that you are resolved to be- 
come a productive and contributing member of society, an asset and not a 
liability. 

We have done our best to prepare you for the spiritual, mental, and physi- 
cal demands of society: we have attetnpted to acquaint you with the reli- 
gious, scientific, and humanistic implications of everyday life and living. 

Now, the future is yours. With God's guidance, make the best of it, in His 
name. 

T'Vry truly yours, 

James A. Boyer, President 



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MEMBER 




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Mr. Wiley M. Davis 

Dean of Students, 

Director of Personnel 

and Guidance 



Mr. I. E. Spraggins 
Registrar 



Mr J. Mills Holloway 
Business Manager 




Rev. Edwin Smith 
Chaplain 




Mr. Charles H. Walker 
Inventory and Supply Officer 





Miss Alberta \'. Hum 
Dean of Women 



Mr. George W. FIcmming 
Director of Public Relations 



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Mr Wille E. Alien 
Sociology, B.A. More- 
house College, M.A. 
Atlanta University. 



Mr. Purdie Anders 
Biological Science, B.A. 
Saint Augustine's Col- 
lege, M.S. Howard Uni- 
versity. 



Mr. Talmadge Anderson 
Business Administration, 
B.S. Savannah State, 
M.B.S. Atlanta Uni- 
versity. 



Dr. Deborah Bacon 
English M.A. & 
Ph.D. Columbia 

University. 

Mrs. Dolores 

E. Ball 
Element ar\' Educa- 
tion, B.S. South 
Carolina State Col- 
ege, M.A. Colum- 
bia University. 




Mr, Jack L. Biggers 
Music. B.M. 5c 
M,M. University of 




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Mrs. Florence I. Francis 
Business Administration, 
A.B.. Speiman College, 
M.A., University of Chi- 
cago, Further study, 
North Carolina Uni- 
versity at Raleigh, North 
Carolina, 

Dr. Adolphe Furth 
German. B.A. and Ph.D., 
University of N'ienna 
(Austria). 

Dr. W. A. Gaines 
Chairman, Social Science 
Division, A.B., MA. and 
Ph.D. University of 
Pennsylvania. 




Mrs. Margaret 

B. Bugg 
Greek. B.A, Howard 
University, Further 
study, Catholic Uni- 
versity. 



Miss Helen 
D. Chavis 
B.A., Saint Augus 
tine's College, M.-A. 
North Carolina Col 
lege, English. 



Mr. Jesse Clements 
Physical Education, 
Head B.A., Saint 
Augustine's College, 
M.S., University of 
Illinois. 



Dr. Jeffery Gipson 
Head. Chemistry 
Department, B.S., 
Wiley College. M.S., 
Howard University, 
Ph.D., University of 
Texas. 

Dr. Albert 

\V. Grauer 
Head, Music De- 
partment, B.M., 
.American Conser- 
\atory of Music, 
I.S.. Concordia 
Teacher College, 
M.A., Western Re- 
serve University, Ph.- 
D., University of 
Rochester. 




Mr. Cecil N. Coble 
Science, B.S., St. 
Augustine's College, 
M.S., North Caroli- 
na College, 

Mrs. Delores A. 

Coward 
Physical Education, 
B.S, & M.S., North 
Carolina College at 
Durham. 

Mr. Earlc K. Curry- 
Physical Education, 
B.S., Paine College, 
M.S., North Caroli- 
na College. 




Mr, Leon Gooden 
Mathematics, A.I 
Miles College. M.S., 
Atlanta University. 



Mr. Ma.x Dardcau 
French. M.A., University 
of Haiti, Advance cer- 
tificates, French Institute 
of Haiti- 
Mrs. Julia Delany 
English, B.A., Shaw Uni- 
versity, M.A.. Columbia 
University. 

Mr. E. R. Edwards 
History', A.B. & M.A., 
North Carolina College. 

Mrs. E. M. Eason 
Business Education. B.S., 
North Carolina College, 
M.A., New York Uni- 
versity. 



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Dr. Joseph Lcetc 
Chemistry, B.S., and 
M.S., Pennsylvania 
State University, 

Ph.D., University of 
Grcifswald, Ger- 

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Dr. Joseph 
Jones, Jr. 
Head of the Depart- 
ment of Biology, 
B.S., Morris Brown 
College, M.S., 

Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Ph.D., Ohio 
State University. 



Mr. Mark Lambert 
English, B.A., Bard 
College, M..A., Yale 
University, Work on 
Ph.D., Yale Uni- 
versity. 



Modern 

B.A., 

versit\, 

dlebury 

Further 



Mrs. Barbara S. Grisson 
English, A.B., Albany 
State College, M.A., 
North Carolina College 
at Durham. 



Dr. James T. Guines 
Head, Education Depart- 
ment, B.S., .Alabama A. 
& M. College, M.S., 
University of Tennessee, 
Ed.D., University of Ten- 
nessee. 

Mrs. Willie H. High 
Acting Head, Depart- 
ment " of English, .A.B., 
Shaw University, M.A., 
New York University, 
Further study, Indiana 
University. 



Dr. Wilbert W. Johnson 
Chairman of the Division 
of Natural Sciences, B.S., 
Kentucky State College, 
M S , University of Wis- 
consin, Ph.D., Saint Bo- 
naventure University. 



Mrs. Ernestine B. 

Saunders 
Head, Dept. of 
Languages, 
Fisk " Uni- 
M.A., Mid- 
College, 
study, Sor- 
bonne (University of 
Paris), Columbia 

University, Uni- 

versity of N.C. 



Dr. Elmer C. 

Schwertman 
Political Science, 

BA., Obcrlin Col- 
lege, M.A. & Ph.D. 
Columbia Uni- 

versity, Further 

Study, Cornell Uni- 
versity. 



Mrs. Thelma 
Roundtree 
English, B.S., Geor- 
gia State College, 
M..-^. -Atlanta Uni- 
versity, Further 
Study, Columbia 
Univ. 

Mr. .'\lton L. 

Royster 
Physical Education, 
B.S., Florida A. & 
M. University, M.S., 
Kansas State Teach- 
ers College. 

Mrs, Lula H. 

Robinson 
Religious Education 
and English, B.S., 
Fort Valley State Col- 
lege, Further Study, 
Bishop Payne Divini- 
ty School, M.R.E., 
Gammon Theologi- 
cal Seminary, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin. 



Mr. Kenneth A- Martin 
B.S., A. & T. College, 
Ed.M., University of 
Buffalo, Further Study, 
C.anisius College. 



Dr. C. H. McLendon 
B.S., A. & T. College, 
M..\., Columbia Uni- 
versity, Ph.D., New York 
University. 



Dr. Leavy W. Oliver 
A.B., Miles College, M.A. 
& Ph.D., Indiana Univ. 

Mr. Addison W. Reed 
Music B..\, M.A., Kent 

State LTniversity. 



Mr. Edgar E. 

Tucker 
History- & Social 
Studies, .^.B., Day- 
ton University, 
M.A., Howard Uni- 
versity. 




Dr. Duane E. 

"I'oung 
Naturaf Science, 
B.S., University of 
New Hampshire, 
M.S. Boston Uni- 
versity, Ph.D. Uni- 
versity of Michigan. 



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Mrs- Ruby Dunston 
Assistant to the Reg- 
istrar, B.A., Saint 
Augustine's College. 




Miss Helen G. 

Cooper 
Secretars' to the Reg- 
istrar, B.S-. North 
Carolina College at 
Durham. 

Mrs. Rosa T. 

Curtis 
Records Clerk, 

Payne's Business & 
Secretarial School. 




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Mrs. Rebecca C. 

Weatherford 
Head. Department of 
Mathematics, B.S., M.S.. 
North Carolina College 
at Durham, M.A. 

Springfield College. 



Mrs. Mable B. Wright 
Commerce. B.S.C. and 
M.S.C-, North Carolina 
College at Durham, Sec- 
retarial Science, Pennsyl- 
vania State University. 

Miss Jean C, Allen 
Secretary to the Dean, 
B.S.. Barber-Scotia Col- 
lege. 

Mr. Johnie Alston 
Manager-Chef 



Mrs. Ida H. Boykins 
Grill Manager 

Mr. Glen Brown 
Assistant Dean of 
Men, Director of 
Atkinson Hall, B.A., 
Saint Augustine's 
College. 



Mrs. June Campbell 
Secretan,'- Reception- 
ist, Attended Shaw 

University. 



Mrs. Doreatha B. 

Handy 
Secretary-at-Large, 
B.A., Saint Augus- 
tine's College, Fur- 
ther Study, N,C, 
College at Durham, 

Mrs. Ruth D. Hicks 
Assistant Residence 
Directress, Saint Au- 
gustine's Normal 
School, A. & T. 
College for Elemen- 
tarv^ Teachers. 



Mrs. Rose J. Hicks 
Switchboard Open 
tor 



Mrs. Doris M. HoUoway 
Assistant Librarian, B.S., 
N.C. College at Durham, 
M.L.S., N.C. College at 
Durham. 

Mr. Alfred Lang 
Chief Accountant, B.S., 
Florida A. & M. Uni- 
versity, Further Study, 
LaSalle University. 

Mr. William Lee 
Secretary to Dean of Stu- 
dents, B.A., Saint Augus- 
tine's College. 

Mrs. E. P. Newkirk 
Clerk of Business Office 



Mrs. Katie 


L. F 


tts 


Cashier, 
Office. 


Business 


Mrs. Marie M. 

Gibbs 
Assistant to the 
President, Barnes 
Business Offices. 



Miss Cleo Ellis 
Secretary to the Eng- 
lish Department, 
B.A.. Saint Augus- 
tine's College. 





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Mrs. Margaret Ransdell 
Faculty Secret an.', B.A., 
Saint Augustine's Col- 
lege, Further Study, 
North Carolina College. 

Mrs. Almeta Revis 
Assistant Librarian, B.A., 
Saint Augustine's Col- 
lege. 

Mr. Walter F. Shelley 
Assistant Dean of Men, 
Director of Thomas Hall. 



Mrs. Margaret Shelley 
Assistant Residence Direc- 
tress. Attended North 
Carolina College. 



Mrs. Dorothy H. 

Chapman 
Assistant Librarian. 
B.S., Tuskegee Insti- 
tute, M.S.. Carnegie 
Institute of Technol- 
ogy- 



Miss Rosa Graves Mrs. Mabel Winters 

B..A. St. Augustine's, Hostess of Dining 

Secretarv' to Dean Hall, 
of Students. 



Mrs. Ldura Wise 
Bookkeeper, Attend- 
ed .-Xmerican Uni- 



Mrs. C. Wilson 
Switchboard Opera- 
tor 

Mrs. Clara M. 

Wilson 
Assistant Residence, 
Hall Directress. Lin- 
coln Secretarial 

School. 

Mrs. Cynthia 

Wilson 
Secretar\- to Public. 
Relations Director, 
B.A,, Saint Augus- 
tine's College. 



Mrs. Millie D. 

N'^easey 
Secretan,- to the 
President, B.A., 

Saint Augustine's 
College, Further 

Study, North Caro- 
na College at Dur- 
ham. 





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Mrs. Catherine 

H. Winters 
Assistant Librari- 
A., Shaw 
University, 
M.L.S., North 
Carolina College 
at Durham. 



Mrs. Maude P. 

Smith 
Tuskegee Normal, 
Residence Hall Di- 
rectress. 



Miss Dianne 

Taylor 
B.S., Johnson C. 
Smith, College 

Dietitian. 




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Class Poem 



OH YEARS GONE BY 

Oh years gone by, will not we think 
of that first day on which the brink 
Stood present for a chosen few. 
An unknown land so strange and new. 



The autumn gave its best that year. 
It helped to harness pain and fear. 
That everyone could do his best, 
Became a sound and solid test. 

The days and nights became a time 
When friendships blo.ssomed as a rhyme. 
An honest smile, a helping hand 
Made life a pleasure in this land. 

A classroom seen through tired eyes 
So often brought the truth to size. 
The doubt was left aside the mind 
And soon became a sight for blind. 

Though many more these days will be 
We'll always need to live and see. 
In retrospect a strengthened past, 
A healthy mem'ry made to last. 

A book, a light for all to keep 
To give a mind a growth so deep. 
The search, the quest for knowledge bent. 
Upon a plane of time well spent. 

A laugh, a cry, a look aside; 
A failure for the one who tried. 
The distance twixt the night and day 
Found many students torn away. 

We muse in happy sadness now. 
And feel a warmth upon the brow. 
Another year creates a sigh. 
Forever be . . . Oh years gone by! 



David Wendell Jones, Jr. 



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Miss Lugenia Rochelle 




MONTEZ \'EROMCA 

ANTHONY 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Intramural Council; NEA; 
Modern Dance Group: P.E.M. 
Club; MENC; Biology' Club; 
College. 

HOBBY: Swimming, Reading, 
Bowling. 



EFFIE MAE BAILEY 
Business Education, B.,A. 
Business Club; N.\,\CP; NEA; 
Young .\dult Club; Pre-.Mum- 
ni Club. 
HOBBY: Reading 



L.ATTIE BAKER, JR. 

History, B.S. 

Social Science Club. Sigma 

Rho Sigma Fraternity; Phi 

Beta Sigma Fraternity; Track 

Team; N.E.A. 

HOBBY: Writing 



MAEBELLE BARDEN 
Mathematics, B.S. 
Natural Science Club, Mathe- 
matics Club; N.E.A. ; AKA 
Sorority; Girls' Intramural 
Basketball. 
HOBBY: Reading 




EMILY JEANETTE 

BARNES 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Pre-Alumni Club; N.E.A.; 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Student Council Represen- 
tative. 
HOBBY; Reading Novels. 



BETTY JEAN BASKIN 

French-English, B.A. 

Big Sister's Club; Y.W.C.A.; 

Yearbook Staff; Pre-Alumni 

Club; Literary Club. 

HOBBY: Singing, Reading, 

Drama. 



BESSIE L. BETHEA 
Education, B.A. 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; Can- 
terbury Club; .Mtar Guild; 
N.E.A.; Yearbook Staff 
HOBBY: Reading 
MOTTO: Know thyself. 



JANET MARIE 
BIRCHETTE 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Pen Staff; Big Sister's Club; 
Cheering Squad; N.E.A.; In- 
tramural Basketball; Aces 
Club. 
HOBBY; Sewing, Knitting. 




R.\NA BLANKUMSEE 

Physical Education, B.A. 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; 

P.E.M. ; Intramural Club; 

N.E.A. 

HOBBY: Dancing, sports. 



JESSIE BLUE 

English, B.,\. 

Canterburv' Club; .-Mtar Guild; 

N.-5l\CP; N.E.A.; Big Sisters' 

Club; Yearbook Staff. 

HOBBY: Reading ~~-~ 



\'ALERIE JEAN BROOKS 

Business .Administration, B.A. 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; Who's 

Who; Canterbury^ Club; Pen 

Staff. 

HOBBY: Reading, Sewing. 



THEODORE NELSON 

BROWN 
Elementary- Education, B.A. 
Alpha Phi .Alpha Fraternity; 
Student Council; N.E.A. 
HOBBY: Sports, Dancing. 



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DARIUS BURGE 
History & Government, B.A, 
Band; Social Science Club; 
Pre-Alumni Club; N.E A. 
HOBBY: Playing Musical In- 
struments. 



AMANDA L. BUSH 
English, B.A. 

Student Council; College 
Choir; Dramatics Club; Big 
Sisters' Club; N.E..A. 
HOBBY: Reading & Collect- 
ing records. 



EDWARD CHESTER 

Education, B..A. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; 

PEM Club; Intramural Club; 

Football Team. 

HOBBY: Sports 



EUNICE B. CHESTNE'TT 

English B.A. 

N.E. A.; Young Adult Club; 

NA,ACP. 

HOBBY: Reading 

MOTTO: Your arms will 

reach only as far as you let 

them. 




BETTY L COBB 
Business Education. B.A. 
Business Club; Big Sister's 
Club; S.N.E.A. Zeta Phi Beta 
Sorority. 



LENA MARIE CRUDUP 

English, B.A. 

Big Sisters' Club; Dramatics 

Club; S.N.E.A.; College 

Choir. 

HOBBY: Reading, Sewing. 



MATTIE R. DAVIS 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Who's Who; Delta Sigma 
Theta Sorority, N.E. A.; Stu- 
dent Council. 



BESSIE M. DOWLING 
Business Administration, B.A. 
Librarv- Club; Vogue Club; 
Canterbury Club; Big Sisters' 
Club; Pre-Alumni Club, 



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Miss. Mattie Davis 






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ROZELL ELAM 
English, B.A. 

Dramatics Club; N.E.A.; Can- 
terbury- Club; Big Sisters' 
Club. 
HOBBY: Collecting Flowers. 



ERNEST EVANS 
Mathematics. B.S. 
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; 
Mathematics Club; Natural 
Science Club. 



victoria ann 
e\t;rette 

Sociology. B.A. 

.\K.A Sorority; .Altar Guild; 

Big Sisters' Club. 

HOBBY: Sewing and Reading. 



LONNIE FERGUSON 

Pre-.Medicine. B..S. 

Beta Kappa Chi; Who's Who. 

HOBBY: Reading 

MOTTO: Education is better 

than silver or gold. 




THENIA YVONNE 

FULLER 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Altar Guild; Canterbury Club; 
N.E.A.; Yearbook Staff. 



ELENA LYNNE FUSTER 
Business .Administration. B..A. 
Big Sisters' Club, Altar Guild; 
Drill Team; Ace Club. 
HOBBY: Reading 



REBECCA ANN 

GALLO 
Elementary Education. B.A, 
N.E.A.; Zeta Phi Beta Sorori- 
ty; Big Sisters' Club. 
HOBBY: Sewing 



CHARLOTTE A. 
GOODSON 

Business, B.A. 

Business Club; Canterbury 

Club. 

HOBBY: Reading 

MOTTO: To thine ownself be 

true. 




JO ANN GOR.M.AN 
Elementary Education. B.A. 
Art Club; Pre-Alumni Club. 
HOBBY: Sewing. Reading, 
Singing. 



ALENE JANICE 

GRAINGER 
Elementary Education. B.A. 
Art Club; N.E..A. 
HOBBY: Reading & Listen- 
ing to music. 



CECELIA E. J. GRIFFITH 
Sociology-Social Studies; B.A. 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Sigmo Rho Sigma Honor So- 
ciety. 



JACQUELINE MARIE 

HANNA 
Elementary Education. B.A. 
College Choir; Altar Guild; 
N.E.A.; Canterbury Club. 



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The Residents of THOMAS BUILDING present 
their CHRISTMAS PROGRAM 






THOMAS HARGROVE 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Intramural Council: P.E.M. 
Club; Football Team; N.E.A.; 
NAACP. 
HOBBY: Sports 



HENRY C. HARRIS, III 


SHARON DIANNE 


Choir; Canterbury Club; So- 


HARRIS 


cial Science Club; Yearbook 


English, B.A. 


Staff 


.AK.A Sorority; Altar Guild 


HOBBY: Smging 


Dramatics Club; Big Sisters 




Club. 




HOBBY: Dramatics 



ELEANOR E. HAR\'EY 
Elcmentarv' Education, B.A. 
N.E.A: Yearbook Staff: Big 
Sisters' Club; N./^ACP. 
HOBBY: Sewing & Readmg. 




LUCY R.AE HAWES 




CAROLYN LAX'ON 


Elementarv Education 


B.A. 


HEARTLEV 


Band; Drill Team; 


Social 


SocioloEH,', B.A. 


Science Club; Choir; 


N.E.A.; 


AKA Sorority; Social Science 


Art Club. 




Club; Sigma Rho Sigma; Hon- 
ors Program. 



SONJA PAl'LETTE HIGGS 
Elementary Education, B-.-\- 
N.E.A.; Aces Club: Drill 
Team: Canterbury Club; .Art 
Club. 



SUSIE LEE HIXTON 

Elementan.- Education. B.A. 

N.E.A: Pre-.Alumni Club; 

N.A.ACP, 

HOBBY: Drawing, Reading, 

Singmg. 



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Miss Senior Class 








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Miss Doris Williams 



Miss Junior Class 




Miss. Brenda Williams 



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BARBARA JEAN HODGE 
Business Education, B.A. 
N.A.A.C.P.; Pre-Alumni Club; 
Business Club; Young Adults 
of the Y.W.C.A. 



CAROLYN J. HOGGARD 
Business Administration, B.A. 
Big Sister Club, Comtnercial 
Club, .Altar Guild, Canterbury 
Club, Ace Club. 
HOBBY: Collecting flowers. 



SHIRLEY B. HUNTER 

Elementar)' Education Pre- 

.Alumni Club; Miss Pre-Alumni 

'62; Big Sisters Club; Art 

Club. 

HOBBIES: Reading novels & 

collecting records. 



CREIGHTON J. 

INCORMINIASA 
Business Administration, B.A. 
Football Team, Track Team; 
Intramural basketball; Com- 
merce Club; Dormitory Coun- 
cil. 

HOBBY: Playing Basketball. 
MOTTO: "Be sure you." 




CAROLYN VERNE 


MABLE LEIGH JENKINS 


MARY HELEN JOHNSON 


AURELIA J. JONES 


JACKSON 


Sociology, B.A. 


Sociology, B.A. 


Sociology, B.A. 


English, B.A. 


AK^A Sorority; Drill Team; 


Delta Sigma Theta; Social 


Sigma Gamma Rho, Pres. So- 


N.A.A.C.P.; College Choir; 


Student Council N.A.A.C.P. 


Science Club, Pre-.Alumni 


cial .Science Club; N.E.A.; 


M.E.N.C.; Pen Staff; Dance 


HOBBIES; Reading and col- 


Club. 


N.A.A.C.P. 


Group; S.N.E.A. 


lecting poetry. 


HOBBIES: Music, reading, 


HOBBIES: Reading and 


HOBBIES: Swimming, bowl- 




and chattering. 


Cooking. 


ing and skiing. 










DAVID WENDELL JONES 
Sociology, B.A. 

N.A.A.C.P.; State Student Leg- 
islature; Tennis Team; Stu- 
dent Council Representative. 
HOBBY: Drums. 



DORIS ANNE JONES 


JEANETTE JONES 




JOE LOUIS JONES, III 


Business Ed., B.,'\. 


Sociology, B.S. 




Elemental^- Education 


.AKA Sorority; Honors Pro- 


Delta Sigma 


Theta; 


Student council; Pres. of 


gram; Pen Staff. 


N.A.A.C.P.; Social 


Science 


Waiters Club; Dormitorv 


HOBBIES: Reading, listenme 


Club. 




Council. 


to Jazz and knitting. 


HOBBIES: Sewing; 


singing. 


HOBBIES: Reading and 




reading and singing. 




dancing- 

MOTTO: Strive for the best. 



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BUT FIRST 

WE EXCHANGED 
GIFTS AND 
GREETINGS 





AARON JORDAN 

Physical Education, B.A. 

Kappa Alpha Psi; Intramural 

Club; Pen Club. 

HOBBY: Sports 

MOTTO: "To thine ovvnself 

be true." 



EVERETT ER\1N KELLY 

Business Ed., B.A. 

Kappa Alpha Psi; Alliance 

Club. 

HOBBIES: Reading and 

Sports. 

MOTTO: Strive not to equal, 

but to excel. 



WILLETA MARIE 

KENNEDY 
Business Adm., B.A. 
Drill Team; N.A.A.C.P.; 
.Sphin.x Sweetheart; AKA So- 
rorit\" 
HOBBY; Dancing. 



GERI J. LAUDERDALE 

Music, B.A. 

College Choir; Delta Sigma 

Theta; N..'\.A.C.P ; .Assistant 

Chapel Organist. 

HOBBIES: Play the piano 

and organ, reading. 





BARBARA JEAN LEWIS 
English, B.A. 

AKA; Phi Kappa Alpha Honor 
Society; Yearbook Staff — 
associate Editor. 
HOBBIES: Sewing and writ- 
ing. 



BARBARA JEAN LITTLE 
Elementary Education. 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; 
S.N.E.A.; Girl of the Campus 
•62-'63. 

HOBBIES: Reading and Sew- 
ing. 



PEGGY A. McALISTER 

Chemistry, B.S. 

Chemo-Crat Societ>-; Delta 

Sigma Sorority; Mathematics 

Club. 

HOBBY: Reading. 



LONNIE CALVIN 

McCLAIN 
Sociology, B.A. 
Football Team. 
HOBBY: Playing Sports 
MOTTO: Do unto others as 
you would have them do unto 
you. 



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Miss Sophomore Class 




Miss Portia Jamison 



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Miss Freshman Class 




Miss Bonita Spencer 




VERNON EARL McHAM 
Physical Education, B.A, 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; 
Intramural Council; NAACP; 
Football Team; P.E.M. Club. 



MARY ELIZABETH 

McNEIL 
Chemistry, B.S. 

Natural .Science Club; Mathe- 
matics Club; AICA Sorority; 
Who's Who. 
HOBBY: Sewing 



MAXINE ASKEW 

MARTIN 
Business Club; N.E.A.; Attend- 
ant to Miss Commerce in 

1963. 



JANICE JUANITA 

MARSHALL 
Business Education, B.A. 
N.E.A,; Pre-Alumni Club; 
Business Club. 
HOBBY: .Sewing and Reading. 




ANNIE DELOIS MEL\aN 
English, B.A. 

Pen Staff; N.E.A. ; NAACP. 
MOTTO: To live and let live. 



WILLIAM LEONDAS 

MILES 
Chemistry, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; 
Beta Kappa Chi Scientific 
Honor Society; Who's Who. 



BETTY MARIE MORGAN 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Drill Team; Big Sisters' Club; 
Yearbook Staff; N.E.A.; Aces 
Club. 



ELIZA JANE PAULEY 
Business Administration, B.A. 
Phi Theta Kappa Honorary 
Society; Canterbury Club; 
Alter Guild; Business Club. 





BRUCE L. PERKINS 

History 

Choir; Canterbury Club; 

cial Science Club. 

HOBBY: Photography 



TIMOTHY DONALD 
PICKENS, JR. 
So- Music (Voice), B.A. 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; 
Choir; Band; Inter-Greek 
Council. 



CASSIE L. PLUMMER 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; 
Cheering Squad; NAACP. 
HOBBY: Cookmg 



BETTYE DONNE POOLE 

History, B.A. 

AKA Sorority; Social Science 

Club; C.C.U.N. 

HOBBY: Listening to Jazz. 



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It \^■as nearing the "bewitching" hour. 





GLADYS MARILYN 

POWELL 
Sociolog\-, B.A. 

Altar Guild; Big Sisters' Club. 
HOBBY: Reading, dancing, 
playing cards & basketball. 



RONALD REDMOND 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
HOBBY: Writing 
MOTTO: Never sacrifice the 
good of the whole for the 
good of an indiv. 



DOROTHY MAE RICE 
Sociology, B.A. 

Social Science Club; Library- 
Assistant; Aces Club; Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority. 
HOBBY: Reading 



CARRIE LEE 
EVANGELINE 
RICHARDSON 
Sociology, B.S. 

Choir; Y.W.C.A.; Sigma Delta 
Theia; Social Studies Club. 
HOBBY: Reading 




JEAN CAROLYN 
RICHARDSON 
Mathematics, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Drill Team; Mathematics 
Club; NAACP. 



EUGENIA ROCHELLE 
French, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Student Council; Pen; Mod- 
ern Dance Ciub; Miss St. Au- 
gustine's. 



OCTAVIUS ROWE 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Alliance Club; Alpha Phi Al- 
pha Fraternitv; Track Team; 
N.E.A. 



EMMA M. RUMBER 

Biology, B.S. 

Biolog>- Club; Big Sisters" 

Club. 

HOBBY: Sewing. Drawing, 

Cooking, Tennis. 



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IRIS ELAINE SANDERS 

English, B.A. 

Pen Staff; Choral Ensemble; 

Veterans Queen; N.A,ACP, 

HOBBY: Collecting dolls, 

modeling. 



M.ATRIE SANDERS 



DIANE SAULS 
Social Science Club; Canter- 
bury Club; N.E..A.; Yearbook 
Staff. 

HOBBY: Reading 
MOTTO: Know Thyself. 



GLADYS MARIE SHELTON 

English, B.A. 

Big .Sisters' Club. 

HOBBY: Dancing, observing 

& counseling friends. 




DOROTHY MAE 

SHERIDAN 
Elementary Education, B..A. 
Drill Team; N.E.A.; Canter- 
bury Club; Big Sisters' Club. 
HOBBY: Reading 



GWENDOLYN DARE SIMS 
Business Education, B..A. 
.AK,\ Sorority; Intramural 
Basketball; Altar Guild. 
HOBBY: Reading 



DOROTHY FLORIEN 

SMITH 
Business Education, B.A. 
Business Club; NAACP; 
N.E.A. Young Adult Club. 
HOBBY: Cooking 



BRENDA GWENDOLYN 

SNOW 
Business Education, B.A. 
AKA Sorority; Business Club; 
Big Sisters' Club; N.E.A. 
HOBBY: Singing 




JOY SOLOMON 

Miss Freshman Class. Miss 
Sophomore Class. 
HOBBY: Dancing 
MOTTO: Do unto others as 
you would have them do you. 



AUDREY \1RGIMA 

STEW.ART 
English, B.A. 

Penn Staff; Big Sisters' Club; 
Canterbury Club. 
HOBBY: Music 



NOAH HENRY THORPE 
Physical Education, B..A. 
Football Team; Basketball 
Team; Trainer; Track Team; 
P.E.M. Club. 



TURA ELANE TOMLIN 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
N.E.A.; Who's Who; Choir. 
HOBBY: Painting 



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THOMAS HALL CHOIR 




DOROTHY LUCILE 

TURNER 
Mathematics, B.S. 
N.E.A.; Mathematics Club; 
Natural Science Club; Big Sis- 
ter's Club. 
HOBBY: Reading 



SHIRLEY ANNETTA 

TURNER 
Business Education, B.A. 
Pre-Alumni Club: Miss 

UN.C.F.: N.E.A. 
HOBBY: Sewing 



GALE WADE 

Student Educational Asso- 
ciation 

HOBBY: Reading 
MOTTO: To thine ownself 
be true. 



BIRDIE M, WALKER 

Sociologv'-Social Studies, B.A. 

E.E.W.C. Club; Pyxamid 

Club. 

HOBBY: Reading & 

dancing. 




LAFOREST WARREN 
Biology, B.S. 

Biology Club; N.E.A.; Chemis- 
try Club; NAACP; Canter- 
bury Club; Intramural Bas- 
ketball. 



HARRIET LOUISE WHITE 

Elementary Education, B.A. 
N.E.A. ; N.'VACP; Pen StaflT; 
Big Sisters' Club. 



DONNEL WILDER 

Business Education, B..A.. 
Pres. of Business Club. 
HOBBY: Reading & Driving. 



ANNA GERTRUDE 

WILKINS 
Biology, B.S. 

Zela Phi Beta Sorority; Beta 
Kappa Chi Honor Society. 



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ALENE WILLIAMS 
English, B,A, 

Stiideni Council; Y.W.C.A.; 
CCUN; N.E.A ; Literary Soci- 
ety: Big Sisters' Club; Canter- 
bury Club. 



DORIS ANN WILLIAMS 
Business Education, B..A. 
AKA Sorority; Commerce 
Club; Honors Program; Drill 
Team: Miss Senior Class; 
N.E.A. 



FREDDIE MARIE 

WILLIAMS 
Physical Education, B.A. 
AKA Sororitv; P.EM. Club; 
Who's Who: Big Sisters Club: 
Aces Club. 



MARY WILLIAMS 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
N.E.A. Canterbury Club; Al- 
tar Guild, Yearbook Staff. 
HOBBY: Reading 





.ANNIE J. WILSON 
Biology, B.S. 

Biology Club: N.E.A.; Year- 
book Staff; Honors Program. 
HOBBY: Reading 



CORA JEAN WIL.SON 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
N.E.A.; Pen Staff; Drill Team; 
Big Sisters' Club; Intramural 
Sports; NAACP. 



ALFONZA ALSTON 
Business .Administration, B.A. 
Business Club; Pre-Alumni 
Club; Yearbook Staff. 
HOBBY: Bowling 



JOSEPH B. CUTCHINS, JR. 
Business Administration, B.A. 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; In- 
ter-Greek Council: Commer- 
cial Club. 
HOBBY: Music 




CHARLIE HOWARD 

English, B..\. 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; 

Dramatics Club. 

HOBBY: Debating 



THELMA HENRIETTA 

JOHN,SON 
Music Education, B.A. 
Choir; Vocal Ensemble; Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority; Big Sis- 
ters' Club. 



ZIDA LA FRANQUE 
Business Administration, B.A. 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 
Commerce Club; Altar Guild; 
Ace Club. 



MICHAEL McKINNON 
History, B.S. 

.Social Science Club; .Symphon- 
ic Band. 
HOBBY: Sports 
MOTTO: Silence is golden. 



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Would vou like a lift' 





THEORA MITCHELL 

N.E.A.; Pre-Alumni Club; 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 

Yearbook Staff. 

HOBBY: Reading 

MOTTO; Truth will always 

triumph. 



MARY WATSON PEEBLES 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
N.E.A.; NAACP; Sigma Gam- 
ma Rho Sorority; Huns CL 
HOBBY: Dancing, Reading. 



DOUGLAS McAUTHUR 
SCARBORO 

Biology, B.S. 

Natural Science Club; Choir; 

Alliance Club; Omega Psi Phi 

Fraternity. 

HOBBY: Reading 



TOMMY ELLIS ROYSTER 

Physical Education, B.A. 

P.E.M. Club; Ushers Guild; 

Lampodas Club. 

HOBBY: Drawing & Playing 

basketball. 





GEORGE WILLIAMS 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Basketball Team; N.E.A.; Al- 
liance Club; NAACP; Kappa 
Alpha Psi Fraternity. 



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Class History 



Our Four Years War began in September of 1961. Our 
army was made up of male and female volunteers from 
the United States, Panama, the Virgin Islands, and Africa. 
We beUeved strongly in the cause for which we were to 
fight. We were to fight for freedom from Ignorance, free- 
dom from Inexperience, and freedom from Immaturity. 

The odds were against us. Unfortunately and ironically, 
many of our soldiers had been enchanted by Ignorance, 
Inexperience, and Immaturity. The very forces we were 
fighting against were inside of us and a part of us. Aside 
from that handicap, we soon found that Tradition and 
Unnecessary Laws had joined the opposing forces in their 
brutal and savage fight against us. Nevertheless, although 
it was hard to tell why, we knew that we must fight and 
we must win. 

Our main battlefield was the Saint Augustine's College 
Campus — beautiful with its green grass and tall trees. It 
became more beautiful as the months passed. The leaves 
on the trees turned to yellow, orange, red, and then 
brown; and they fell, as we sometimes did. The sound of 
the fallen leaves under our feet gave us a feeling of power; 
and although we still had to adjust ourselves to the new 
surroundings, we were no longer afraid. Now, with our 
new found confidence in ourselves, we decided to give our 
army a name, THE CLASS OF 1965. 

Our war was fought in eight main battles; the first 
being the most difficult because it was the first. Many of 
our soldiers became discouraged, and decided that this 
war was not for them, but at the same time a few more 
volunteers joined us. The second battle passed, after which 
some of our soldiers decided that it was just not the proper 
time to fight. Some found some other of life's experiences 
more pleasurable and more profitable; and some just did 
not know enough to avoid fading away. 

The third battle began in September of 1962 after most 
of our soldiers had enjoyed the summer sun away from 
the battlefield. Those who were so cornpelled continued 
the fight through some of the summer. THE CLASS OF 
1965 was prepared this time, although upon arrival we 
found that many of our troops could not return. 

During this third battle we managed to eliminate many 
of the troops of the Ignorance, Inexperience, and Immaturity ar- 
mies, but we were becoming weary of war. By the begin- 
ning of the fourth battle we realized another opponent. 
Misunderstanding. Also, our own troops had decreased in 



number, but the rest of us managed to struggle through 
that battle without too many mishaps. 

Again the summer was upon us and all sides found war 
unbearable, so we returned to our homes realizing that the 
next battle would probably be more difficult than the 
preceeding battles. 

In .September of 1963 we returned to "St. Aug." We ex- 
pected that we would be minus some of the soldiers who 
previously fought so bravely, but we were pleasantly sur- 
prised to find that many new volunteers, who had just 
won another war or just decided to transfer, joined us. 
Thus we note, the gods were with us during that fifth 
battle. We had very few casualties and a bright spot. One 
of our strategists told us it would be simple to defeat 
Misunderstanding by just ignoring her, and remembering the 
words of Ralph VValdo Emerson: "Speak what you think 
now in hard words, and tomorrow speak what tomorrow 
thinks in hard words again, though it contradicts every- 
thing you said today. 'Ah, so you shall surely be misun- 
derstood" . . . Pythagoras was misunderstood, and So- 
crates, and Jesus . . . To be great is to be misunderstood." 
So even though Misunderstanding continued to fight, she did 
not pose any real problem. 

Then came the sixth battle, in which the remaining op- 
posing forces got the best of us. Many of our troops had 
been wounded during that spring and a few of our allies. 
When it was over and time for our annual leave of ab- 
sence, we decided that the war had been going on too 
long and that it was about time we ended it. We rested 
and enjoyed all sorts of summer activities and the com- 
forts of home and loved ones. 

Upon our return to the battlefield we were confident 
that it would not take more than two more battles to end 
this war. We fought hard and long, day and night. Dur- 
ing the seventh and eight battles we sent some of our 
troops into enemy camps to see what was going on. Most 
of them brought back good reports; our enemies were 
weakening, especially Inexperience. As the days passed, 
they became weaker and weaker. And we thanked God. 

The Ignorance and Inexperience armies will never be com- 
pletely erased from the earth, but they have scattered and 
each one of us will constantly and individually have to 
continue to fight against them. THE CL.\SS OF 1965 felt 
that this may be good; it presents a challenge and makes 
life interesting. Immaturity admitted defeat. She will rest 
and multiply, to attack again at some later date, as she of- 
ten does. But THE CLASS OF 1965 has done its share in 
eliminating some of them. Tradition just faded away. We 
found that some of the Unnecessary Laws were not so 
unnecessary, and we compromised with them. 

So we will sign our peace treaty on May 30, 1965 and 
we will leave Saint Augustine's College campus. Faithfully, 
we will remember all of our friends. And pressed in our 
books of memories will be the homecomings, lyceum pro- 
grams, chapel services, dances and parties, and all other 
activities staged to keep up the moral of our troops. And 
unforgettable are those of our ranks who received the Sig- 
ma Rho Sigma, Alpha Kappa Mu, Beta Kappa Chi, Phi 
Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Theta, and Who's Who medals 
of honor for their outstanding achievements. And we will 
not bur)- the past too deeply, for we need it: the knowl- 
edge and experience it rendered to enable us to glory in 
the future. 

So, aged, but strengthened bv the last four vears, we, 
THE CLASS OF 1965, call upon William Shakespeare for 
some appropriate words: "Good night, good night! Parting 
is such sweet sorrow," 

Carolyn Jackson 



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It is the year nineteen hundred seventy-five, and a group of sociahtes (of which 
I am a member) from New York City are sponsoring a cruise to Paris, France. 
We are to leave from the New York harbor. 

On saiUng day, the crowds boarded tlie ship with excitement and great antici- 
pation. After I had been in my cabin for a while, I decided to go on deck and 
greet some of my sailing partners. Immediately, I recognized an old classmate of 
mine from Saint Augustine's College, Montez Anthony. She is now working on 
the President's Committee for "Better Physical Fitness." Working along with her 
are Mattie Davis, Octavius Rowe, and Thomas Hargrove. With her Committee, 
she has traveled to all the principal cities in the United States. She has come in 
contact with many other members of the class of nineteen sixty-five. She informed 
us that: Dr. Lattie Baker is now Governor of North Carolina. Mable Jenkins and 
Carolyn Heartly are key social workers in Chicago, 111. Tura Tomlin is a professor 
of Education at Ohio University. Jacqueline Hanna, Sonja Higgs, and Mary Wil- 
liams are teaching in the Education Department at Florida A & M. Everett Kelly 
is now the personal secretary to the President and Doris Williams is secretary for 
the First Lady. Lucy Hawes and Eleanor Harvey are professors of Education at 
the old "Alma Mater." 

Dr. William Miles is practicing medicine in Los Angeles, California. Douglas 
Scarboro is head of the Science Department at A & T College in Greensboro, 
North Carolina. Barbara Lewis is head of the English Department there. Henriet- 
ta Johnson is now appearing as leading lady at the Metropolitan Opera Com- 
pany. Dorothy Turner is professor of Mathematics at Howard University. Soon 
we were hungry, so we decided to have dinner together in the dining room. To 
our surprise, Charlie Howard was our waiter. He told us that Theodore Brown, 
Edward Chester, Noah Thorpe, Rufus Hart, and Creighton Incomenius are now- 
playing professional football. They are married to their Saint Aug. sweethearts. 
He told us also that there would be a dance that night, featuring "Joe Cutchins" 
and his Combo. 

Finally, we were walking upon the soil of Paris, France. We found great delight 
in exploring its many wonders. While shopping in a dress shop, we were surprised 
to find that one of the most attractive models was Cecilia Griffith. We learned 
from her that Eugenia Rochelle is a French teacher in the school system there. 

Carolyn Jackson is the owner and operator of one of the chief modeling schools 
in France. 

Dianne Harris is playing the leading role at one of the best theaters in Paris. 

Herbert Silas is the top dance instructor in France. 

Too soon, we sailed back to the States. Everyone enjoyed the trip. The wonder- 
ful experiences of "Gay Paree" will long remain with us. For a few of us, this trip 
will be remembered as a "dream come true." For we had a dream once, that 
members of the nineteen hundred sixty-five class of Saint Augustine's College 
would take their respective places on the stage of the world and play their parts 
well. Thev have done so. 




DOROTHY M. SHERIDAN 



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Frances Baker 
John E. Hamburg 



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Lillie Boyd 
Mar\' Brinson 
Betty Brown 
Hazel Burnett 



Waymon Burton 
Bonnie Calhoun 
Leroy Carthan, Jr. 
Pamela Chisholm 
Ethylene Cleare 



Paul Cockrell 
Delores Coleman 
Lawrence Coleman 
Joan Creecy 
Evelyn Cummings 



Donald Dade 
Edward Daniels 
Walter Davis 
Maurvene DeBerry 
Barbara Earp 



Lucinda Pagan 
Candace Ferguson 
Sylvia Fielder 
Mary Lee Judy Fields 
Catherine Fisher 



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Ruth Furham 
Doris Garrett 
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Louis Hankins 
Edward Harrington 
Ruth Hinton 



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Ruby Humphrey 
Mary Jackson 
Jeanette James 
Edna Johnson 



Joyce Jordan 
Leroy King 
Selena King 
Mattie Lamarr 
Anita Leatherwood 



Edell Lee 
Jessie London 
Juana Lopez 
JoAnn Mangum 
Peggy Marshall 



Janelle Martin 
Richard Martin 
Frederick McNeill 
Dwight Midgette 
Avis Moore 



James Moore 
Ned Morgan 
Cecil Mosley 
Edith Murreil 
Herbert Newkirk 



Eli S. Noble. Jr. 
Janice O'Neill 
James Perry 
Dianne Pierce 
Ronald Pierce 



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Helen Reaves 
Mildred Richardson 
Barbara Robinson 
Rosetta Rushing 



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Audrey Sessoms 
Sammie Shine 
Betty Smith 
Eleanor Smith 



Johnetta Spence 
Sheldon Stewart 
Barbara Swann 
Robert Thomas 
Esther Walker 



Elizabeth Washingto 
Ronald Warner 
Brenda Williams 
Evelyn Williams 
Katie Williams 



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Elnora Wilson 
Margie Wilson 
Patricia Wilson 
Thomas Wyatt 



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Charlesetta Yeates 
Carolyn Yeoman 
Arlester Young 
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Florence Arnold 
Mattie Barnes 
Vera Barney 
John Betha 



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Florence Brownlee 
Alcester Br\ant 
George Buchanan 
Valentine Burroughs 



William Burroughs 
Constance Clark 
Helen Clements 
Salathiel Clifton 
Robert Cutchins 



Richard Davis 
Ernestine Davy 
Pearline Debnam 
Brenda Dowery 
Reginald Elliott 



Ronald Elliott 
Carolyn Evans 
Norma Jean Evans 
Roy Evans 
Barbara Fleming 



Alma Ford 
Barbara Foster 
Doris Freeman 
William Freeman 
Brenda Gaines 



Yvette Gallant 
Edith Galloway 
Stephanie Glymp 
Moses Golatt 
Christine Gowan 



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Joan Grant 
Carol Hagans 
William Harris 
Vivian Hawkins 



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Lara Hinton 
Alice Holley 
Nannie Holley 
Agnes Holmes 



Constance Horsley 
Carolyn Ingram 
Lucille Jackson 
Portia Jamison 
William Jamison 



Joel Jenkins 
Alice Jones 
Geraldine Jones 
Lawrence Jones 
Hubert Johnson 



Seabron Johnson 
John Jordan 
Louis Jordan 
Benjamin Kent 
Henry King 



Clarence Lark 
Sandra Lavender 
Robert Laws 
Katherine Lee 
Albert Love 



Rosalind Lowry 
Charlie E. Matthews 
Josephine McBride 
Barbara McCoy 
James Midgette 




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Hubert Mills 
Lillic Mingo 
Norman Mitchell 
Annie Moore 



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Sheila Moye 
Joan Murrell 
Effie Nicholson 
Evelyn Nixon 



Annie L. Pender 
Vernon Perry 
Bessie Peterkin 
Netty Pickens 
Lillian Pratt 



Sally Richardson 
Elaine Roberson 
Charlotte Russel 
Joseph Scott 
Sheppard Scott 



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Kathleen Siinpkins 
Sy Oliver Smith 
Annie Sneed 
Juanita Sneed 



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Ernestine Speights 
Martha Taylor 
Eugene Thomas 
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Gwendolyn Thompson 
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Lillie Mitchell 
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Paula Moore 
Douglassena Morrison 
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Donald Owens 
Mary Owens 
Carol Payton 



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Kathryn Polk 
Cynthia Pollard 
Sherl Pollard 
June Powell 



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Audrey Rawls 
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Floretta Roberson 
Mildan Rouse 



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Barbara Scott 
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James Swinson 
Robert Taylor 
Eugene Thomas 



Patricia Thomas 
Carolyn Thompson 
Janice Torrance 
Harold Trice 
Rudolph Turner 



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Dorothy Warren 
Ellen Williams 
Malinda Williams 
Geneva Wilson 



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Arthura Winston 
Natalie Wooten 
Frederick Young 



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Dr. James Guines. Reginald Elliot. George Williams, William Freemon, 
Thomas Hargrove, Norman Mitchell, James Mable, Samuel Spearman, 
Robert Thomas, Everett Kelly, James Perry, Vernon McHam, Howard 



Warner, Billy Sykes, Noah Thorpe, Levornie Best, Booker Ecfcels, Aaron 
Jordan and Rufus Harte. 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was founded January 5, 
1911 at Indiana University, Blooming, Indiana. It was in- 
corporated by the state, April 15, 1911. The fundamental 
purpose of this organization is "Achievement." 



The members of Kappa have as their utmost endeavor 
the promotion of brotherhood and academic excellence 
through their association, together with the youth today 
and men tomorrow. 









Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi 

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Alpha Kappa Alpha 





STAXDI.VG: Freddie M. Williams. Dons A. Williams. .\nn<- OX FLOOR: .Mberta Jackson, Barbara Lewis, Doris A. Jones. 

Gaslvins, Maybelle Harden, Kathleen Simpkins, Hazel Burnett, Not .Shown: Victoria Everette, Dianne Harris, .\lma Thomas, 

Selena King, Nannie ."^Isbrook, Carolyn Heartley, Phyllis Sharpe, Brenda Snow, Maxine Thomas, Annie Wilson, Mary McNeil, 

.Avis Moore. SEA TED: Mable Jenkins, Valjean Myers, Glenda \'ivian Hawkins, Yvonne Pickens, and Bettye Poole. 
Bennett, Willeta Kennedy, Barbara McCoy, Gwendolyn Sims. 



The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was founded 
on January 16, 1908 at Howard University. The 
sorority initiated the development of sororities 



among Negro women. Through the years its chief 
aims and ideals have been to "serve all mankind." 



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STANDING: Emily Jordan, Maigic Wilson, Tura Tomiin, 
Glendora Thomas, Geraldine Lauderdale, Maur^'ene DeBerrv, 
Theora Pourk. SEATED: Zida Lafraque, Mattie Davis, Pegsry- 



McAlister, Ceceilia Grilfin, Henrietta Johnson. O.V FLOOR: Flo- 
rence Arnold. 



Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was found in 1913 
on the campus of Howard University as an orga- 
nization whose aims would be something more ser- 
ious than social activity. This sorority was estab- 
lished by twenty-two college women who visualized 
the development of a union of college women based 



on certain cardinal principles and pledged to up- 
hold certain lofty ideals. 

The members of Gamma Rho Chapter like all 
other Deltas have for their ultimate goal public ser- 
vice. This service is carried out under the National 
Project known as Public Service Projects. 



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Benjamin McClain, Cecil Mosley, Lattie Baker, Charlie Howard, Leroy King, Melvin VVhitalcer, Donald Dade. 




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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., was founded January 9, 1914 on the campus 
of Howard University, Washington, D.C. The motto of the fraternity is "Culture 
for Service and Service to Humanity." For the men of Sigma, this is more than a 
motto; it is a personal mode of living, in that all activities are undertaken with 
the idea of rendering service. 

The three great ideals of Phi Beta Sigma are embodied in the philosophy - 
■'Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service." The realization of these ideals in their 
highest practical meaning has made and must continue to make Phi Beta Sigma 
a great and dynamic fraternity. 



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STANDING: Katie Williams, Mattie LaMarr, Mary Gibson, Evelyn Cummings. SEATED: 
Juanita Sneed, Mary Peebles, Cassie Plummer. Not Shown: Aurelia Jones, Mary Sue 
McClain. 



The Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority was founded in 1922 
at Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana. It is the col- 
legiate sorority not founded at Howard University, Wash- 
ington, D.C. This sorority has emphasis on the develop- 
ment of finer character, womanhood, scholarship and lead- 
ership. To implement its aims the sorority has undertaken 
many projects, such as the Leadership Trairtmg Program 



and Teen-Town, supervised by superbly qualified persons. 
The purpose of this sorority for women is expressed in 
its slogan, "Greater Service, Greater Progress." The Sigma 
Gamma Rho Sorority, because of its high ideals and 
achievements, has gained recognition: not only on the na- 
tional scene, but also on the international level. 



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STANDING: Betty Cobb, Valerie Brooks, Laura Hinton, Anna G, Wjlkins, Ranna Blankumsee, SEA TED: 
Betty Smith, Pearline Debnam, Mary Williams, Rebecca Galloway, Hoye Utley. Not Shown: Barbara 
J. Little. 



The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was founded on the campus 
of Howard University, January 16, 1920. It was sug- 
gested to Arizona Cleaver by Charles Robert Samuel 
Taylor, a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, that 
she establish a sister organization. This has become a 



national organization of college women bonded together 
under a common bond of friendship and cultural effort 
seeking to estabUsh the true worth of womanhood 
through excellence in educational achievement, human 
service and patriotic citizenship. 



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James Ashton, Joseph Rouks. Robert Thomas, Fredrick McNeil, Ronald Frank Godfrey, Lawrence Long, Ralph Person, William Jamison, Doug- 

Fox, Donnie Carter, Waymond Burton, Joseph Cutchins, Grady Perkins, las Scarboro, Jimmy Moore. 



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Founded in 1911 on the campus of Howard University, 
the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, has endeavored through 
the years to build men. The bonds of brotherly love, 
strengthened by the motto of the fraternity, have spurred 
many men of Omega to high achievement. 



Here at Kappa Epsilon, achievement has been the 
watchword of the chapter. With the cardinal principles of 
manhood, scholarship, perseverance and uplift as a guide, 
the activities of the past have met success through the 
dedication of the sons of Omega. 



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STANDING: William Miles, Theodore Brown, Moses Golatt, Albert Love. SEA TED: Richard Peterson, 
John Larkins, Octavius Rowe. NOT SHOWN: Eric May, Charles Simpson, Thomas Wyatt, Charles 
Banks. 



Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity was founded in 1906. It is the oldest Negro Greek 
letter organization today. Alpha is an international and interracial organization, 
which is favorably known throughout the world for its high principles. These 
principles are to promote high academic standing, high moral character, personal 
progress and brotherly love. 



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Mrs. Rachel Aderson 


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Miss Carolyn Verne Jackson 


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Rev. i Mrs. Hadie Rowe 


Mr. Charles J. Alexander 


Mr. & Mrs. Wallace Jackson 


Mr. S, Mrs. Hcrsel Rowe 


Mr. Abraham Allen 


Mrs. John J. Jarrette 


Mr. & Mrs. Jessie Rowe 


Mr. Gary Allen 


Mr. & Mrs. Allen Jefferies 


Mr. Octavius Rowe 


Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Banks 


Mr. Alexander Johnson 


Mr. i Mrs. John D. Sanders 


Mrs. Charles Banks 


Mr. & Mrs. Claude Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. Horry SoHerwhite, Sr. 


Mrs. William A. Birchette, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. Horry Sattewhile, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William Blackston 


Mrs. Eula Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. Victor Sewer 


Mr. Walter Blakes 


Mr. Harry Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. Robet L. Sheridan, Sr. 


Mr. J. V. Boykin 


Mr. & Mrs. James P. Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. John B. Small 


Mrs. Mory Brodie 


Mr. A Mrs. Jessie Johnson 


Mrs. Maude P. Smith 


Miss Audrey Brooks 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. Jocko Spicer 


Mrs. Raymond Brooks 


Miss Ora Lee Johnson 


Mrs. Ozelli Stotts 


Mrs. Henry Brown 


Mrs. Pattie Johnson 


Mr. Joseph Steele 


Mrs. Hilda Jackson Burrell 


Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Johnson 


Mrs. Dorothy Streets 


Mr. James Burrell 


Mr. Robert L. Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Sweeting 


Mrs. Martha Burwell 


Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Jones 


Mr. Herman Tonnazy 


Mr. & Mrs. Willie Bush 


Mr. & Mrs. David W. Jones, Sr. 


Mrs. Quincy Taylor 


Mr. & Mrs. Butler 


Mrs. Dora E. Jones 


The Honoroble Maurice Thatcher 


Mr. & Mrs. Jake Butler 


Mrs. Esther Jones 


Mr. & Mrs. Morton Thomas 


Dr. & Mrs. L B. Calvin 


Mr. & Mrs. Gorriet C. Jones 


Mr. & Mrs. Bennie Thornton 


Rev. & Mrs. M. Chislolm & Family 


Mr. Robert Jones, Jr. 


Mr. S Mrs. Noah L. Thorpe 


Mr. William Clayton 


Mr. James Kelley 


Mrs. Effie M. Toney 


Mr. Cecil Coble 


Mrs. Catherine Kelly 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Turner 


Mrs. Carrie Comer 


Mr. & Mrs. Everett L. Kelly 


Mr. Eugene Tynes 


Mr. Eugene Cullum 


Mr. & Mrs. George S. King 


Mrs. Winifred Wade 


Mrs. Ralph J. Custer 


Dr. & Mrs. Cleo C. Kirk 


Mr. & Mrs. Woddell Watson 


Mr. & Mrs. C. T. Daniels 


Mrs. Mary S. Laber 


Mr. & Mrs. Julian Washington 


Mr. & Mrs. Edgar W. Davis 


Rev. & Mrs. R. Lomkin 


Mrs. Oiann Wotkins 


Mrs. Darthula Dean 


Mr. William R. Lee 


Mr. Gather Wotkins 


Mr. & Mrs. Harold De Shields 


Mr. Frank Leonard 


Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Webster 


Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Downiz 


Mr. & Mrs. Grant Lewis 


Mr. & Mrs. D. White i Family 


Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Dunn 


Mrs. Zelma B. Lewis & Son 


Mr. & Mrs. Johnny White 


Mr. Samuel B. Dunson 


Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Lightner 


Mr. & Mrs. George M. Whitehead 


Mr. A Mrs. John A. Everette 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles Loan 


Mr. Bruce D. Wiggins 


Mr. & Mrs. H. L. Fitts 


Mr. Lawrence L. Long 


Mr. & Mrs. Joe Wiggins 


Mrs. Joni Fitzpatrick & Son 


Mrs. Irene Manly 


Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Wilder 


Mr. & Mrs. Palmer Fogg, Jr. 


Mrs. Bernice Marshall 


Mrs. Susie A. Wilkins 


Mrs. Annie Foy 


Mrs. Nora Marshall 


Mr. « Mrs. Blonzie Williams 


Mrs. Marc Freeman 


Mr. William Marshall 


Mr. & Mrs. G. D. Williams 


Mrs. Annie Garris 


Mrs. Joyce Matthews 


Mr. I Mrs. Carlos F. Wilson 


Miss Juanita Gill 


Mrs. Louise Meadows & Son 


Mr. & Mrs. James H. Wilson 


Mrs. Lizzie Gill 


Mr. & Mrs. Emmanuel McCleon 


Mr. i Mrs. John E. Wilson 


Mrs. Ruffin Gill 


Miss H. G. McCoy 


Mrs. Clara Wilson 


Dr. & Mrs. Albert W. Grauer 


Mr. & Mrs. James Moss 


Mrs. Cora W. Wilson 


Mrs. Vernice Griffin 


Mr. Donald Morgan 


Mrs. Mary Wilson 


Mrs. Polly Green 


Mr. James H. Neol 


Mr. & Mrs. Earmon Wright 


Mrs. Vernell Greene 


Mr. & Mrs. Otis Osborne 


Mrs. Geroldine Wright 


Mrs. BeHy M. Hairston 


Mrs. Eloyse Outen 


Mrs. Mary J. Yarborough 


Mrs. Mary Hannc & Family 


Mr. Victor Peeples 


Mr. Lorenzo Yarborough, Jr. 


Miss A. P. Harvey 


Mr. & Mrs. David Perkins 


Omissions 


Mr. & Mrs. Russell I. Harvey 


Mr. Atlac Perry 


Miss Lucy R. Howes 


Mrs. Benjamin Perry 


Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Mangrum 


Mr. & Mrs. Otis Howes 


Mrs. Madge Perry 


Mrs. E. L. May 


Mr. & Mrs. Samuel E. Howes 


Mr. Matthew Person, Sr. 


Mr. John H. Peebles 


Mrs. Wilereme Hawkins 


Miss Alene Pitts 


Mr. Millard Peebles 


Mr. & Mrs. Lewyn M. Hayes, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Ones Polk 


Mr. Paul E. Peebles 


Mrs. Ruth D. Hicks 


Mr. A Mrs. Harold W. Pope 


Mr. Sidney Cooley 


Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Hinton 


Miss Norma Geon Read 


Mrs. Effie Lucas 


Mr. & Mrs. James T. Hinton 


Mrs. Catherine Reynolds 


Dr. Charles Sanders 


Mr. & Mrs. Hattie Hodges 


Mr. & Mrs. M. Rivers 


Mrs. Lottie Sanders 


Mrs. L E. Hundley 


Mrs. Thelmo Roundtree 


Miss Moxine Sanders 


Miss Alberta V. Hunt 


Mr. Douglass Rowe 


Miss Shilrey Sanders 


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Ackiss, Beverly Yvonne — 1081 Hope Ave., Va, Beach, V'a. 
Adams, Hester M. - .i^-^a Wash. Terrace, Raleigh, N.C. 
Adams, Paula - 13200 LaSalle Blvd., Detroit, Mich. 
Agnew, James E. - 3804-18th St., Ecorse, Mich. 
Albritton, Deloris Jean - 2901 13th Ave. S., St. Petersburg, Fla 
Alexander, Charles J. - 715 3rd Ave., New Bern, N.C. 
Allen, Gladys Bernice - 1916 Bates St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Alsbrook, Nannie M. - Rte. 1, Box 7-A, Ellerbe, N.C. 
Alston, Alfonza - 2511 Bedford Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 
Alston, Cecil Eugene - 7 Smith Plaza, Raleigh, N.C, 
Alston, Joseph King — 854 Morrow Ave., Macon, Ga. 
Ambrose, Alfred Jacob - Rte. 2, Box 436, Jacksonville, N.C. 
Anderson, Claude Eugene - Rte. 2, Box 122, Oxford, N.C. 
Anderson, Glenn R. - Rte. 4, Box 378, Louisburg, N.C. 
Anderson, Jorie Lee — 1147 Rosser St.. Waycross, Ga. 
Anderson, Ruth Jean — 213 Manchester St., Wilson, N.C. 
.Anthony, Montez Veronica — 633 Ingraham St., N.W., Wash., 
Arnold, Florence T. - 913 Lloyo St., Tarboro, N.C. 
Arnold, Leo Curtis - Rte. 3, Box 312, Edcnton, N.C. 
Arrington, Hilda Mae - 1309 Carolina St., Wilson, N.C. 
Arrington, Wharton H, - P.O. Box 473, Four Oaks, N.C. 
Artis, James Clifton - Rte. 1, Box 217, Raeford, N.C. 
Atherley, Lillian P. — Gen. Delivery, Paraiso, Canal Zone 
Attmore, .Aleta - E-15 Wash. Terrace, Raleigh, N.C. 
Austin, Hilda .Ann - 1810 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 
Austin, Isaac .A. - 617 E. 88th PI., Chicago, III. 
Bailey, Effie Mae - Rte. 2, Box 48, Lillington, N.C. 
Bailey, Linda -Anne — 732 Newtown Rd., Virginia Beach, \'a. 
Bailey, Phyllis Ann — Apt.# 6-F Barber Terr., Anniston, .Ala. 
Baker, Frances — 13 School St., Greenville, S.C. 
Baker, Jr., Lattie - Rte. 1, Box 239, Willow Springs, N.C. 
Baker, William Henry - Rte. 1, Box 239, Willow Springs, N.C 
Bamberg, Johnnie Edward - Rte. 2, Box 261, Bamberg, S.C. 
Banks, Charles R. - 516 11th St., N.W., Charlottesville, Va. 
Barbour, Mary Ann - 1111 S. Haywood St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Barden, Maebelle - Rte 1, Box 251, Kenansville, N.C. 
Barnes, Binnic F. - 121 S. East St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Barnes, Emily J. - 331 N. Fisher St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Barnes, Mattie Ruth - Rte. 4, Box 200-A, Greenville, N.C. 
Barney, Vera Elizabeth - 1776 N.W. 43rd St., Miami, Fla. 
Baskin, Betty Jean - P.O. Box 663, Tavares, Florida 
Batchelor, Fannie - 535 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Baten, Mamie D. - Rte. 1, Box 43, Jenkinsville, S.C. 
Batson, Norma Evadney - 2385 N.W. 64th St., Miami 47, Fla. 
Belvin, Charlie - 14321 Career Dr., Miami 58, Fla. 
Bennett, Chester Bernard - 128 Lincoln Ct., Raleigh, N.C. 
Bennett, Glenda - 314 .Amelia St., Key West, Fla. 
Benton, Sandra — 5520 Panola Rd., Lithonia, Ga. 
Best, Blossie Mae - Rte. 2, Box U-D, Fairfax, S.C. 
Best, Levornie R. - 3900 17th PI. N.E., Wash., DC. 
Bethea, Bessie L. - P.O. Box 332, PincblulT, N.C. 
Bethea, John A. - Rte. 2, Box 471, Bladenboro, N.C. 
Betton, Rennctt - 213 Perdue St., Greenville, .Ala. 



Birchettc, Janiet Marie — 1011 30th St., Newport News, Va. 
Blackshear, Renee La Verne — 1500 Wildwood Ave., Camden 3, N.J. 
Blankumsee, Rana - 2442 8th Ave. S., St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Blue, Jessie - Rte. 1, Box 258-B, Dunn, N.C. 
Booker, Janice Aurelia — 106 Shepard St., Tryon, N.C. 
Bowers, ."Annette - 212 Healan St., Lenoir, N.C. 
Boyd, Lillie R. - 1264 Owen PI., N.E., Wash., D.C. 
Bradshaw, Annie Ruth - 1114 S. Alston St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Bradsher, Mary E. - Rte. 5, Box 170-A, Raleigh, N.C. 
Branch, Jr., Clarence J. - P.O. Box 204, Garyburg, N.C. 
Brice, Ruth Elizabeth — 58 Lorraine Ct., Pontiac, Mich. 
Brinson, Mary - 739 Quarry St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Brodie, Jean Bettie - 1912 Hadley Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 
Brooks, Bertha Mae - Rte. 1, Box 115, Kittrell, N.C. 
Brooks, Valerie Jean — Rte. 1, May's Lick, Kentucky 
Brooks, Jr., Willie - 81 1 Quincy St., # 101 N.W., Wash., D.C. 
DC. Brown, Betty Jane - Rte. 1, Box 12-B, Chadbourn, N.C. 

Brown, Betty S. - 716 Gray St., Burlington, N.C. 
Brown, Cathryn - 14741 Polk St., Miami 58, Fla. 
Brown, Cynthia La Veda — 173 E. Valley St., Spartanburg, S.C. 
Brown, Dorothy Madlyn — Rte. 2, Box 25, John's Island, S.C. 
Brown, Joyce - Rte. 1, Box 390, Riegelwood, N.C. 
Brown, Robert Lee - 532 E. Davie St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Brown, Theodore Nelson — 802 Leonard St., BrooksviUe, Fla. 
Brown, Wendell Donald - 828 Marshall Ave., Norfolk, Va. 
Browne, Viola B. - P.O. Box 232, Beaufort, S.C. 
Brownlee, Florence E. — Route 2, Box 39, Orangeburg, S.C. 
Brunson, Huetta — Route 1, Box 288, Kenansville, N.C. 
Bryant, Alcester - P.O. Box 233, Cove City, N.C. 
Bryant, Carolyn Jean — Route 1, Box 410, Knightdale, N.C. 
Bryant, Evelyn ~ Route 2, Box 104, Dover, N.C. 
Bryant, Harold A. - Hall St., St. Marys, Ga. 
Bryant, Marie - 312 Hill St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Bryson, Harrison Eugene — P.O. Box 131, Franklin, N.C. 
Buchanan, George - 351 N.W, 14th St., Miami, Fla. 
Bullock, Helen Ruth - Route 1, Box 292, Macclesfield, N.C. 
Burge, Darius ^ P.O. Box 326, Snow Hill, N.C. 
Burnett, Hazel - 508 Freeman St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Burrell, Frank Edwin — Rt. I, Box 36, Fuquay Springs, N.C. 
Burroughs, Jr., Valentine — Route I, Box 315, Camden, S.C. 
Burroughs, William — 2209 Fitzgerald .Ave., Durham, N.C. 
Burton, Jr., Waymond — 19 Cloverdale Lane, Greenville, S.C. 
Bush, Amanda Lee — 310 Edgefield Ave., N.E., Aiken, S.C. 
Calhoun, Bonnie — 91 Chapin St., St. .Augustine, Fla. 
Campbell, Ervin Marshall - 907 Eye St., S.E., Washington, D.C. 
Cannady, Paulette - 521 W. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Cannon, Joe G. - 1002 New St., .Ayden, N.C. 
Carr, Margie - 106 S. Memory St., Whiteville, N.C. 
Carson, William M. — Jackson-Peake, Tryon, N.C. 
Carter, Donnie Amos — 809 Woodbury St., High Point, N.C. 
Carthan, Jr., Leroy - Ete. 4, Box 62, Aiken, S.C. 
Cason, Nina Lucille - 3017 Carr Court, Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Chandler. Tonv Lee - 208 Granville St., Oxford, N.C. 



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Chelvlf, John K, — P.O. Bomet, Kericho. Kenya 

Chester, Edward — 327 Duke St., Brooksville, F!a. 

Chestnutt, Eunice Bell - 205 E. Carter St., Clinton, N.C. 

Chism, Lloyd A. - 15000 Monroe St., Miami 58, Fla. 

Cisrow, E. Curtis — 556 Johnson St., Cocoa, Fla. 

Clark, Constance .\. — 151 Metacomet .Ave.. Rumford 16, R.I. 

Clark, Constance Beverly - 1215 N. 'Main St.. Scotland Neck, N.C. 

Cleare, Ethelvn 116 Truman .A\c., Key West, Fla. 

Clements, Helen Lynette — 1305 G St., Brunswick, Georgia 

Clifton, Salathicl - 566 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Cobb, Betty L. - Rte. 2, Box 58, Faison, N.C. 

Cockrell. Paul ~ 4600 S. Michigan .Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Coleman, Lawrence W. — Branson St., Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Colemon. Edna Delores — 2 Nichols St., Greenville, S.C. 

Colvin, Robinson Ernestine E. — Rte. 5, Bo.\ 219, Fayetteville, N.C. 

Cooks, Betty A. - Rte. 1. Box 160-C, N. Augusta, S.C. 

Gotten, Floya Esther — 505 Second St., Apex, N.C. 

Coursey, Richard L. - Rte. 2, Box 304, Clayton, N.C. 

Cox, Vivian Cynthia — 236 N.W. 7th Ave., Pompano Beach, Fla. 

Creecy, Joan Florence — 121 E. Gale St., Edenton, N.C. 

Crenshaw, Joyce Marie — Rt. 1, Box 211, South Hill, \'a. 

Crews, Gloria Dean - P.O. Box 553, Wendell, N.C. 

Crudup, Lena Marie — Rt. 2, Box 22A, Franklinton, N.C. 

Crumity, Walter E. — 443 Jordan Park, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Cummings, Evelvn E. ~ P.O. Box 692, Elon College, N.C. 

Curtis, Lionel L. - 202 Parrish St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Cutchins, Gwendolyn Othelia — 7 West Green St., Franklinton, N.C. 

Cutchins, Jr., Joseph B. — 7 West Green St., Franklinton, N.C. 

Cutchins, Robert Milton — 7 West Green St., Franklinton, N.C. 

Dade, Donald L. - Route 1, Box 106, Culpeper, Va. 

Daniels, Cynthia — 710 Hillview Dr., Neptune, N.J. 

Daniels, Eddie - 1441 N.W. 5th PL, Miami, Fla. 

Davis, Charles S. - 108 S. Pettigrew St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Davis, Delonia — 402 Plank Rd., Lawrenceville. Va. 

Davis, Gloria Jean - 105 Market St., Tarboro, N.C. 

Davis, Marion Lucille — F-13 Washington Terr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Davis, Mattie Ruth - 1000 Hadley Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 

Davis, Richard L. - 21 Chavis Way, Raleigh, N.C. 

Davis, Walter — 163 Stevens Ave., Jamesburg, N.J. 

Davy, Ernestine .Alethia — Box 354, Gamboa, Canal Zone 

Deas, .Anna B. - P.O. Box 343, McClellanville, S.C. 

DeBerry, Maurvene — 1717 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 

Debnam, Bettye - 2213 Van Dyke, Raleigh, N.C. 

Debnam. Pearline — 1246 New Bern .Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 

Dewar, Jessie Ruth — Rte. 1, Box ^, Fuqua>' Springs, N.C, 

Dillard, Annette — 1464 Holland St., Leaksville, N.C. 

Dogan, Gladys .Annette - 218 Mt. Zion Ave., Greenville, S.C. 

Douglas, Julia Marie - Rte. 2, Box 376, Windsor, N.C. 

Dowery, Brenda - 208 Workman St., Goldsboro, N.C. 

Dowling, Bessie Marian — Rte. 2, Box 42, Bamberg, S.C. 

Dozier, James Thomas — 1302 Pender St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Duell, Eleanor Edwards - 1108 E. Morgan St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Dukes, Enoch - 14920 Fillmore St., Miami 58, Fla. 



Dunn, Margie Rene - 218 S. Bloodworth St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Dunston, Kenneth - 600 Church St., Method, N.C. 

Earp, Barbara — Box 311. Clayton, North Carolina 

Eckles, Booker T. - 526 N. 12 St., Ft. Pierce, Fla. 

Edwards, Jacqueline — 303 W. Preston, Selma, N.C. 

Edwards, Mary .Ann — P.O. Box 6, Stem, North Carolina 

Edwards, Pegg\- O - 963 E. 84th St., Chicago 19, III. 

Elam, Roszell — 144 Clearmount Dr., Belvedere, S.C. 

Elliott. Osteen .Annie - 512 Calloway Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Elliott, Reginald - 3724 17th PL, N.E., Wash., D.C. 

Elliott, Ronald E. - P.O. Box 796, Halifax, Virginia 

Ellis, Cleo Virginia - 540 W. 159th St., New York 32, N.Y. 

Ellis, Larry Wayne - 117 White St., Shelby, N.C. 

Eubanks, Eddie — Rte. 1, Box 34, Jenkinsville, S.C. 

Evans, Carolyn L. — P.O. Box 195, Hopewell, Va. 

Evans, Ernest - P.O. Box 702, Hamlet, N.C. 

Evans, Norma Jean — Rte. 1, Box 8-B, Benson, N.C. 

Evans, Roy Clinton - Rte. 4, Box 232, Oxford. N.C. 

Everette, John — 1441 E. Main St., Lincolnton, N.C. 

Everette, Victoria .Ann — 1441 E. Main St., Lincolnton, N.C. 

Fagan, Lucinda Marie — Rte. 1, Box 106, Maple Hill, N.C. 

Fain, Jr., William Baker - 601 Calloway Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Felton. Shirley - 801 Price St., Elizabeth City, N.C. 

Ferguson, Candace - 8866 S.W. 127 St., Miami, Fla. 

Ferguson, Lonnie — Rte. I, Box 496. Lenoir, N.C. 

Ferrell, Kennie M. — 516 Ferrell St., Gary, N.C. 

Fielder, Sylvia L. — Rte. 1, Enorre, S.C. 

Fields, Mary Lee Judy - P.O. Box 7, Forgmore, S.C. 

Fields, Nevalene - 163 A'- St., N.E., Wash., D.C. 

Finney, George W. - 1 105 Massey St., Smithfield, N.C. 

Fisher, Catherine R. — 196 Wilmartha .Ave., E. Providence, R.I. 

Fisher, Matthew - 905 \'ance St., Wilson, N.C. 

Fleming, Barbara .Ann — 103 Middleton St., Green\-ille, S.C. 

Ford, Alma Ree - 703 W. Ward Blvd., Wilson, N.C. 

Ford, Clarence - 6 Bladen St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Ford, James C. - 202 W. 140th St., New York 30, N.Y. 

Ford, Lillie Doris - 703 N. Ward Blvd, Wilson, N.C. 

Ford, .Msry Ruth - 703 N. Ward Blvd., Wilson. N.C. 

Foster, Barbara O. - P.O. Box 442, Pinehurst, N.C. 

Foster, Lewis E. — 58 -Annunciation Rd., Roxbury 20, 

Foster, Mildred - P.O. Box 442, Spring Hope, N.C. 

Fox, Ronald Napoleon — Rte. 2, Box 145, Fort Pierce. 

Frazier, Barron .Allen - 1518 McCall St., Charlotte, N.C. 

Freeman, Doris — 452 Witchduck Rd.. \'a. Beach, \'a. 

Freeman, William H. — 1217 E. Belton St., Sa\-annah, Ga. 

Fullen, Jake — R.F.D. 2, Box 2, Meadowview, Va. 

Fuller, Thenia Y. - 615 Bern St., New Bern. N.C. 

Fuller, W. Ruth - 555 E. .Martin St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Furhman, Ruth — 569 Pierson St., Westfield, N.J. 

Fuster, Elena L. — 145 Susquehanna St., Binghamton, N.Y. 

Gaines, Brenda - 522 Porte St., Shelby, N.C. 

Gallant, Yvette K. — 77 Nunan St., Charleston, S.C. 

Galloway, Edith - 808 Bladen St., Beaufort, S.C. 



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Galloway, Rebecca Ann - Rte. 4, Box 406, Mt. Airy, N.C. 

Gardner, Rosalind Thompson — 15 Marsaille. Greenville, S.C. 

Garrett. Doris .Ann - 1314 Oak .St.. Danville, Va. 

Garvin, .Albert Archie — 1515 Edgewood Terr,, Ft. Pierce, Fla. 

Gaksins, Anne Loray — Rte. I, Vanceboro, N.C, 

Gibson. Mary L. Ann - 6824 A. N.W. 15th Cl., Miami. Fla. 

Gill, Edward - 3371 Florida Ave., Miami 33, Fla. 

Gill, W. Patricia - 321 .Smithfield St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Glass, Cleophus \V. - 4613 S.VV. 24th St., W. Hollywood, Fla. 

Glenn, Melvin - 501 Freeman St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Clinton, Cassandra E. — 1530 N. Douglas, Lake Worth, Fla. 

Glover, Robert - 442 E 105#5E, New York 29, N.V, 

Glymph, Stephanie - 1524 Varnun St.. N.W., Wash.. D.C. 

Godfrey'. Frank — 71 Kracke. Charleston, S.C. 

Golatt. Moses — Church Street, Harlem, Georgia 

Goodman, John A. - 2965 N.W. 57 St., Miami 47, Fla. 

Good.son. Charles H. - Rte. 2, Poole Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 

Goodson. Charlotte .-Sinn - Rte. 2, Poole Rd., Raleigh. N.C. 

Goodson, Rosa B. ~ Rte. 2, Bo.\ 153, Raleigh, N.C. 

Gorman. Jo.Ann — J-20 Wash. Terr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Gowans, Christine — Rte. 1, Bo.-; 101, Cerro Govdo, N.C. 

Graham, Margery - Rte. 1, Bo.n 103-C, Bolton, N.C. 

Grainger, Alene J. - P.O. Bo.x 298, Chadbourn, N.C. 

Grant, Bernice - 116 W, 115 St., New York, N.Y. 

Grant, Joan - 423 N. Patrick St., Alexandria, Va. 

Gray, Gladys — 128 Rose .•\ve., Syracuse 3, N.Y'. 

Griffith, Cecelia - 810 Bunche Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Hall, Richard Crandell - 10770 S.W. 147lh St., R]. hmond Hts., Fla. 

Hagans, Carol - 1707 E. Nash St., Wilson, N.C, 

Hairston, Dorsey - 309 New St., Draper, N.C. 

Hampton, Paul - 101 E. Highland Ave., Rocky Mt,, N.C. 

Hankins, Jr., Lewis — Bostic Quarter, Louisville, Ga. 

Hanna, Jacqueline M. - 1228 N.W. 65 St., Miami, Fla, 

Hardy, Viola Lassiter — 215 Lawrence St,, Fuquay-Varina, N,C, 

Hargrove, Thomas — P,0, Box 507, Clarksville, Va. 

Harrington, Edward E. - Rte. 2, Box 125-A, Lillington, N.C. 

Harris, Dorothy - 310 Riley's Circle, Griffin, Ga. 

Harris, Jr., Edward - 301 W, 41st. St., Savannah, Ga. 

Harris, Geraldinc Crudup - Rte. 2, Box 248, Zebulon, N,C, 

Harris, IH, Henry C. — 78 Clarendon .\ve., Somerville, Mass. 

Harris, Patricia JoAnne — P.O. Box 172, Louisburg, N,C, 

Harris, Sharon D. — 301 W. 41st St., Savannah, Ga. 

Harris, William Paul - 706 S. Olive Ave., Titusville, Fla. 

Harte, Jr., Rufus - 140 Wood Dr., Brooksville, Fla. 

Harvey. Eleanor E. - 725 W. St.. New Bern, N.C. 

Harvey, John - 1622 .Schofield St., Macon, Ga. 

Hawes, Lucy R. — 610 Mearcs St., Wilmington, N.C. 

Hawkins. Vi\-ian Louise — Rte. 1, Box 26, Grimesland, N.C. 

Hayes, Darlcne - Rte. 6, Box 127-A, Raleigh, N.C. 

Hayes. Jr., Lewyn - 1410 E. Jones St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Heath, Jr„ Charles - Rte. 4, Box 32-A, Zebulon, N.C. 

Heard, Bobby E. — 10 Codman Park, Roxbury, Mass. 

Heartley, Carolyn - 2207 W. 13th St., Chester, Pa. 



Hemingway, Nina Rose — Rte. 5, Box 290, Dunn, N.C. 
Hendri.x, Dene - 1580 Amst. \ve., .New York 31. N.Y. 
Higgs, Eunice - 978 S. 8th St., Camden, N.J. 
Higgs, Sonja - 16400 N.W. 162 St., Opa-Locka, Fla, 
Highland, Richard Harold - P.O. Box 363. Pinchurst, N.C. 
Hinton, Claudia Faye - Apt. 8-C, Hoke St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Hinton, Janie - 1300 S. East St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Hinton, Laura - 1306 E. Edenton St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Hinton, Ruth - 575 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Hinton, Susie Lee - Rte. 1, Box 506, Garner, N.C, 
Hobgood, Johnnie Mae (Mrs.) - Rte. 4, Box 37, Oxford, N.C. 
Hodge, Barbara J. - Rte. 2, Box 235, Wendell, N.C, 
Hodge, Joyce L. - B-9 Wash. Terr., Raleigh, N.C, 
Hoggard. Carolyn Jean — Rte. 1, Box 4, Kelford, N.C. 
Holden. Peter Graham - 159-48 Harlem River Dr„ New York 
Holley, Alice Marie - Rte. 2, Box 171, Colerain, N.C. 
Holley, Annie Nadine — 6630 Germantown .\ve., Phila., Pa, 
Holmes, Agnes - Rte, 1, Box 293, Aberdeen, N.C. 
Holmes. Johnnie — 319 E. Spruce St., Goldsboro, .M.C, 
Holmes, Mack C. - 117 N. Carver St., Raleigh, N,C. 
Home, Grace Lynette ~ Rte. 2, Box 28, Farmville, N.C. 
Horsley, Constance H. — 31 New St,, E, Orange, N,J, 
Horton, Lula Shirley - 417 Alston St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Howard, Bernard Christopher — 613 Brown Dr,, New Bern, N.C, 
Howard, Charlie — 339 Rardin Ave,, Pahokee, Fla. 
Huffin, Idel! - Rte. I, Box 268, Rose Hill, N.C. 
Humphrey, Ruby Jane — 200 Fletcher St., Jacksonville 
Hunter, Mary Louise — 626 Quarry St,, Raleigh, N.C. 
Hunter, Robert Lee - 1121 Walnut St„ Raleigh, N.C. 
Hunter, Shirley Bowser — 2210 Van Dyke ,\ve., Raleigh, 
Hutto, Johnny - 5811 N,W. 9th Ave,, Miami 32, Fla. 
Incorminias, Creighton — 5714 Addison St., Phila, Pa. 
Ingram, Carolyn - 6512 N, Capitol St. N.W., Wash., DC, 
Isley, Billy - Rte. 1, Box 248, Hillsboro, N.C. 
Jackson, Alberta - Rte, 2, Box 171, Edgefield, S.C. 
Jackson, Carolyn Verne - 110-24 173 St., Jamaica, N.Y. 
Jackson, Isabell - Rte. 2, Box 191, Johnston, S,C, 
Jackson, Jacqueline Malone — 8913 Empire Ave., Cleveland 8, Ohio 
Jackson, Lucille - P,0, Box 22, Plumtree, N.C. 
Jackson, Mary Y'vonne — P.O. Box 561, Pinchurst, N,C. 
Jackson, Sheryl - 15-19 W, 110 St., New York, NY. 
Jackson, Shirley Fay - Rte. 3, Box 108, Faquay-Varina, N.C. 
Jackson, Walter — 606 .'Vvocado, Cocoa, Fla, 
James, Jeanette Deloris — 2835 Bayne Ave,, Norfolk, Va, 
Jameson, William Garrett — 1354 Constitution .Ave. N.E.., Wash., D.C. 
Jamison. Portia — Rte, 1, Box 315, Mooresboro, N.C. 
Jenkins, Joel McCrea — 4127 Paulding Ave., Bronx, N,Y. 
Jenkins, Mable - 167-01 118th Ave., Jamaica, N.Y. 
Jenkins, Sarah Lois - Rte. 1, Box 185, Moncure, N.C. 
Jernigan, Betty Jean - 219 S, East St., Raleigh, N,C, 
Johnson, Bernice — E-37 Wash. Terr.. Raleigh, N.C. 
Johnson, Bettie - 1003 S. Person St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Johnson, Catherine M, - P.O. Box 333, Franklinton, N.C. 



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Johnson, Edna - P.O. Box 31, Dover. N.C. 
Johnson, Gloria J. - 1362 Branch St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Johnson, Herbert — 326 Concord Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Johnson, Mary Helen — P.O. Box 72, Louisburg, N.C. 
Johnson, Seabron - 1900 N.W. 3 Ct, Apt. 6, Miami, Fla. 
Johnson, Thelma Henrietta - Rte. 1, Box 128, Pollocksville, N.C. 
Johnson, Walter - 5112 Lena St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Jones, Alice Faye - 1005 E. Martin .St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Jones, Allen D. - P.O. Box 144, Smithfield, N.C. 
Jones, Aurelia - Rte. 2, Box 387, Franklinton, N.C. 
Jones, Bernard - 911'/2 New Bern .Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 
Jones, Danny — 613 E. Martin St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Jones, David W. — 31 Cameron Ave., Somerville, Mass. 
Jones, Doris Ann — 509 E. Massey St., Smithfield, N.C. 
Jones, Elvin R. - Rte. 6, Box 205-C, Mobile, Ala. 
Jones, Geraldine - Box 352, Hunter Hill Rd., Rocky Mt., N.C. 
Jones, James Edward — Box 483, Aberdeen, N.C. 
Jones, Jeanette — 1424 E. Jones St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Jones, Jewell Lee — 1512 Ave. J, Fort Pierce. Fla. 
Jones, Joe Louis — Rte. 1. Box 131-.A, Bowman, S.C. 
Jones, Josie Mae - 1441 N.W. 5th PL, Miami 36, Fla. 
Jones, Lawrence Edward — 808 Cotton St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Jones, OIlie Mae — 1609 Nusbaum Ave., Macon, Ga. 
Jordan, Aaron — Rte. I, Box 365, Burgaw, N.C. 
Jordan, niphonzo — P.O. Bunn, North Carolina 
Jordan, Earl L. - Rte. 1. Box 90, Burgaw, N.C. 
Jordan, Emily Ddoris - Rte. 1, Box 365, Burgaw, N.C. 
Jordan, Evans Eva — 115 State St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Jordan, John - 2176 N.W. 71st St., Miami, Fla. 
Jordari, Louis — Rte. 1, Box 4, Manson, N.C. 
Joyner, Rose V. — 1116 5th Ave., New Brighton, Pa. 
Judkins, Carolyn Moniece - 1303 E. Jones St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Kearney, Maurice — 553A Halsey St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Kearney, Shirley - Rte 1, Box 114, Kittrcll, N.C. 
Keck, Michael G. - 115 S. Pettigrew St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Keeton, Mary Louise — 2020 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, Fla. 
Keith, Columbus C. - 1206 N. Center St., Goldsboro, N.C. 
Kellon, Curtis L. - Rte. 1, Box 115, Clinton, N.C. 
Kelly, Audrey Yvonne - 548 44th St., Newport News, Va. 
Kelly, Ella Christine - 5127 Catherine St., Phila., Pa. 
Kelly. Everett Ervin - 1801-16th St.. N.W.,Wash., D.C. 
Kennedy, Willeta Marie - 1811 Broadell Dr., Fayetteville, N.C. 
Kent, Benjamin — 1016 College St., S. Boston, Va. 
Kidd, Eddie Inez - Rte. 2, Box 2, Penhook, Va. 
King, Henry L. - 6415 N.W. 17 Ave., Miami 42. Fla. 
King, Leroy - Rte. 1, Box 23, Vanceboro, N.C. 
King, Marietta Yvonne — 211 Burrows St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
King, Selena Jeneil - 816 S. State St., Raleigh, N.C. 
King, Sinclair — 138 Florida Ave., Miami. Fla. 
Knuckles, Ralph E. - 196 W. Park Ave., Spartanburg, S.C. 
LaBohne, C. Stephen - 347 W. Duval St., Phila., Pa. 
LaFranque, Zida — #38 Oswald E. Harris Ct., Charlotte .Amalie, 
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LaMarr, Matie Jean — 912 Booker .Ave., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

Lancaster, Geraldine - Rte. 3, Box 316, Nashville, N.C, 

Lark, Clarence - 14820 Tyler St., Miami 58, Fla. 

Larkins, John — 76 Storms Ave., Jersey City, N.J. 

LaRoche, Jr., Raleigh F. - 208 Spring St., Charieston, S.C. 

Lauderdale, Geraldine — 552 N. Dodson Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Lavender, Sandra E. — 2042 Douglas Ave., Macon, Ga. 

Lawrence. Carolyn - 15901 N.W. 20th .Ave., Opa Locka, Fla. 

Lawrence, Walter Melvin — 1910 Hamilton St., Bartow, Fla. 

Laws, Robert .Allen — 3 Iredell Terr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Lawson, Queen Ester — Route 2, Box 31, Roxboro, N.C. 

Lawson, Theodora Kaye — P.O. Box 204, Roxboro, N.C. 

Leatherwood, Anita Delores — Route 1, Box 394, Taylors, S.C. 

Leatherwood, Thelma — Route 1, Box 394, Taylors, S.C. 

Lee, Cynthia - 17 Lake PI., Pleasantville, N.J. 

Lee, Dorothy Mac - 1404 Poole Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 

Lee, Edelle Patricia — Route 2, Box 36, Lamar, S.C. 

Lee, Jeremiah - 1038 Rogers PI. #3A, Bronx, NY. 

Lee, Ralph W. - 31 Bogard St., Charleston, S.C. 

Lee, Wallace M. - 122 4th St., Warrenton, Va. 

Lewis, Barbara J. - Route 1, Box 123, Nashville, N.C. 

Link, Amos Edward — 1918 Jeffress Blvd., South Boston. Va. 

Little, Barbara - Route 1, Box 512, Whiteville, N.C. 

Logan, Dyannc - 34 Hubbell Pk., Rochester, NY. 

London, Jesse - 7146 N.W. 14th PI. #5, Miami, Fla. 

Long, Lawrence — 1463 N.W. 70th St., Miami, Fla. 

Lopez, Juana A. — Box 1708, Balboa, Canal Zone 

Love, Albert Eugene - 4420 Ward Rd., Durham, N.C. 

Love, Wilma Delois - P.O. Box 20, Wallace, N.C. 

Lowry, Rosalind — 1 1 Barron St., York, S.C. 

Lucas, Geraline - 420'/jS. Haywood St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Lymon, Carlton — 13944 Grace, Robbins, Illinois 

McAlister, Peggy -Ann - Rte. 6, Box 554, Fayetteville, N.C. 

McBride, Josephine C. - 2509, Tidewater Dr., Norfolk, Va. 

McCann, Jerldine Delphine - Rte. 1, Box 356, Rose Hill, N.C. 

McCarther, Jesse C. - Rte. 2, Box 457, Mt. Airy, N.C. 

McClam, Benjamin P. - 2877 W. Turner Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

McClain, Evleyn Yvonne - 1809 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 

McClain, Lonnie - 1809 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 

McClain, Madelyn - 613 S. East St., Raleigh, N.C. 

McClain, Mary Sue - 125 S. Pettigrew St., Raleigh, N.C. 

McCIean, Vernon E. — 12 Nye Nordsidered, St. Thomas, V.I. 

McCoy, Barbara A. - 1115 S. East St., Raleigh, N.C. 

McCoy, Burnestine — Rte. 6, Box 62, Kinston, N.C. 

McCoy, Donald - Box 198, Four Oaks, N.C. 

McGill, Jr., Leonard C. - 92 Morningside Ave., New York, NY. 

McHam, Vernon - 3017 Carr Ct., Winston-Salem, N.C. 

McKay, Marcia Trinnette - 338 S.W. 5th Ave., Delray Beach. Fla. 

McKinnon, Mc.Arthur - 6152 W. 63rd St., Miami, Fla. 

McKinnon, Michael L. — 440 Douglas Ct., Ft. Pierce, Fla. 

McNeil, Mary Elizabeth - P.O. Box 61, Godwin, N.C. 

McNeill, Frederick Lee - Rte. 2, Box 59, .Angler, N.C, 

McRae, Annie Margaret — Box 149, Sugar Hill, Laurinburg, N.C. 



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McRae, Billie Ann - 2306 N. Street, Lumberton, N.C. 
McReynolds, Dwight - 236 E, 92nd St., Chicago, III. 
Mable, James - 428 Newton PI. N.W. Wash. 10, D.C. 
Majette, Floyd G. — K-20 Washington Terr., Raleigh, N.C. 
Mangum, Jo .Anne ~ Rte. 1, Box 96, Greedmoor, N.C. 
March, Curtis Leon — 346 Juniper St., Columbia, S.C. 
Marshall, Janice Junita — 106 Bart St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Marshall. Patricia Yvonne — 106 Bart St., Raleigh. N.C. 
Marshall, Peggy .\nnette - 106 Bart St.. Raleigh, N.C. 
Martin, Garnelt Hoover — 195 Willoughby .\ve., Brooklyn 5, N.Y. 
Martin, Janelle Clara - 708 Varnum St. N.W., Wash., D.C. 
Martin, Ma.xine Askew — 309 Fowle St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Martin, Patricia .Ann — Rte. 1, Box 194, Elizabethtown, N.C. 
Martin, Richard — 195 Willoughby .\\-e., Brooklyn 5, N.Y. 
Matthews, Charlie Frank - 435 N. 11th St., Ft. Peirce, Fla. 
Maultsby, Janice Marie — 7 McCoUum St., Lumberton, N.C. 
May, Erick L. - 1924 Bates St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Melvin, .Annie Delois — Rte. 5, Box 217, Fayetteville, N.C. 
Merritt, Earl H. - 408'/2 E. Green St., Wilson, N.C. 
Mial, Lemuel Hazes - 539 E. Lenoir St., Raleigh. N.C. 
Midgette, Dwight Perry — 2607 Fayetteville St., Durham, N.C. 
Midgette, James C. - Rte. 1, Box 116, Columbia, N.C. 
Miles, William Leondas - R.F.D. 1, Box 203, Conway, N.C. 
Miller. Carolyn — 9350 Saverv- St., Detroit 6, Mich. 
Miller, Ruth - Rte. 1, Box 88, Tomahawk, N.C. 
Miller, William R. — 4 Michigan ,\ve.. Boston. Mass. 
Mills, Herbert G. - 1875 Kentucky Ave., Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Mills, Margaret R. - Rte. 2, Box 11, Spring Hope, N.C. 
Mitchell, Carolyn Sinatra - Rte. 1, Box 328. Wendell. N.C. 
Mitchell, Farris L. — 153 Clinton .Ave.. New Rochelle, NY. 
Mitchell. Jacquelyn - 1212 E. Hargett St.. Raleigh, N.C. 
Mitchell, Norman Tyrone — 721 S. Panramore St., Orlando, Fla. 
Mitchell, Theora Anne - 1212 E. Hargett St.. Raleigh. N.C. 
Mobley. Billie .Ann - 2120 Edison St.. Charlotte. N.C. 
Moore, .Avis Priscilla - P.O. Box 172. Kenansville, .N.C. 
Moore, James Calvin - Rte. 1, Box 210, Cleveland, N.C. 
Moore, Judith Marolyn — 415 Roberson St., Fayetteville, N.C. 
Moore, Paula A. - 307 Holmes Drive, Weldon, N.C. 

Moorman. .Adell \'era - 904 E. Martin St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Morgan, Betty, M. — 14820 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, Va. 

Morgan. Ned - 540 W. 146 St., New York, N.Y. 

Morisseau, Eddy Dumont — 16255 Ohio, Detroit, Michigan 

Morris, Mary V. - Box 87, Shacklefords, Va. 

Morrison, Douglassena — 535 North St., Favettc\ille, N.C. 

Morton, Hattie Jacquelyn - Rte. 1, Box 21, Creedmoor, N.C. 

Mosiey, Cecil Leroy - Rte. 693, Jeffersonton, Va. 

Moss, Reginald Richard - 728 West St., Charlottesville, Va. 

Moye, Sheila Borodo - Rte. 1, Box 487. .Ayden, N.C. 

Murphy, Bobby - 119 Ella St., Griffin, Georgia 

Murphy, Lawrence S. - 909 S. Bloodworth St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Murphy, Ruth Olivia — Box 35. Teachey, North Carolina 

Murray. Jimmy — 910 Griffin Dr., Alexandria, Va. 

Murray, Thomas Horace — 910 Griffin Dr , .Alexandria, \'a. 



Murrell, Edith .Ann - Route 1, Box 22, Cove City, N.C. 

Murrell. Joan Beulah - 611 W. 13th St., Washington, N.C. 

Myers, Valjean - 202 Battle St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Neal, Jr., Benjamin Gerald - 501 Calloway Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Neely, Donna .Azalea - 4228 S.W. 23rd St., \V. Hollywood, Fla. 

Nesmith, Bobby L. - 2507 Raeford Rd., Fayetteville, N.C. 

Newbold, L. Thomas - 1944 N.W. 6 Ct., Miami. Fla. 

Newkirk, Esther P. ~ 856 Campanella Dr., Raleigh. .N.C. 

Newkirk. Herbert - 408 Beal St.. Goldsboro. N.C. 

Nicholson. Effie J. - P.O. Box 761, Maxton, .N.C. 

Nixon, Evelyn - Route 2. Box 580, Smithfield, N.C. 

Noble, Byron Edward - 1509 Battery Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Noble, Jr., Eli S. - Box 63, Darien, Ga, 

Olds, Donza L. — 1052 Olds Lane, Virginia Beach, \''a. 

Oliver. Edith .Vloutrv- — St. .Augustine's College, Raleigh, N.C. 

Oliver, Gloria Jane — St. Augustine's College, Raleigh, N.C. 

O'Neill, Janice - 134 Spring St., Charleston, S.C. 

Owens, Donald — 404 N. Fayette St., .Alexandria, Va. 

Owens, Mary Frances — Route 1, Box 294, Kittrell, N.C. 

Pauley, Eliza Jane — Route 1, Box 219, Darlington, S.C. 

Payton, Carol Faye - P.O. Box 433, O.xford, N.C. 

Peay, Doris Dianna — 418 Isom St., Lancaster, S.C. 

Peebles, Dwight - 910 Oberlin Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 

Peebles, Marv - 1809 Boaz Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Peebles, Nelson Edward - 910 Oberlin Rd.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Pender, Annie Louise — Rte. 1, Box 281, Stantonsburg, N.C. 

Penny, MacArthur — 8 .Nash Terrace, Raleigh, N.C. 

Perkins, Bruce L. — 1000 Fairlawn .Ave., Va. Beach, Va. 

Perkins, Grady - 102 Dean St., Greenville, S.C. 

Perkins, Nathaniel Dean - 16125 N.W. 27th Ave., Opa Locka, Fla. 

Perry, James Edward — E 2258 Craven Terr., New Bern, N.C. 

Perry, Vernon Lee — Wendell, North Carolina 

Perrvman, Robert — 20 VV'hales St.. Dorchester. Mass. 

Person, Ralph N. - 23 R R Place, Brooksville, Fla. 

Peterkin, Bessie Delores - 1015 E. Edgerton St., Dunn, N.C. 

Phillips, Jessie Marie - 817 N. John St., Goldsboro, N.C. 

Pickens, Nettye Yvonne — 3100 Brailsford .A\e,. Brunswick, Ga 

Pickens, Jr., Timothy D. — 3100 Brailsford .Ave.. Brunswick. Ga. 

Pierce, Diane - Route 2, Box 499. New Paltz. -N.Y. 

Pierce. Milton Elbert - 6231 Sedgefield Dr.. Norfolk 13. Va. 

Pierce, Ronald .Alexander - 6231 Sedgefield Dr., Norfolk. \'a 

Pinder. John Ivan - 1466 N.W. 71 St., Miami, Fla. 

Pledger, Peggy Marcie — 44 Verble St., Salisburg, N.C. 

Plummer, Cassie — 6017 S.W. 62nd Terr., .Miami 43, Fla. 

Polk, Kathr\n Lee — 108 Parrow St., Orange, N.J. 

Pollard, Cynthia Regiva - 747 Macon St.. Brooklyn 33, N.Y. 

Pollard. Sherl Glennette - Rte. 1, Box 120, Riegclwood, N.C. 

Poole, Bettye Donne - 801 Delany Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Powell, Glayds Marilyn — 130 Moore St., St. .Augustine. Fla. 

Powell. Janet C. - 586 E. Lenoir St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Powell, June Evelyn - 586 E. Lenoir St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Pratt, Lillian Earlinc - 832 N.W. 10th St., Hallandale, Fla. 

Pritchett, .Artelia — 128 Booth .Ave.. Henderson, N.C. 



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Ragland. Ava Nell - 603 E. Williams St., Angier, N.C 
Ratliffe, Jr., George - 13815 Utica, Robbins, III. 
Rawls, Audrey Mazelle - Route 2. Box 115, Rose Hill. N.C. 
Rea\'es, Helen .Arnita — 519 N. .Academy St., Gary, N.G. 
Reddick, Lafayette — 214 Brook Ave., Rockingham, N.G, 
Redmond, Ronald — Box 674, Ridgeland, S.C. 
Reid, Herman - 120 S. Dixie Hwy. .Apt. 8, Miami, Fla. 
Reid, Shirley J. — Route 2, Box 76, Manning, S.C. 
Rhodes, Evelyn Deloris — 1605 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 
Rice, Dorothy M. - 700 \V. Cypress St., Elizabeth, N.C. 
Richardson, Carrie L. — 2807 25th St., Tampa, Florida 
Richardson, Jean Carolyn - Route 1, Box 80, Whitsett, N.C. 
Richardson, Mildred Holder - P.O. Box 931, Wendell, N.C. 
Richardson, Sally Pearl - 9361 Weyher St., Detroit, Mich. 
Riddick, William - Route 4, Box 112, .Ahoskie, N.G. 
Rigby, Teresa Naomi — 1931 Wilmington St., Miami, Fla. 
Roberson, Elaine Bernice — P.O. Box 442, Thomson, Ga. 
Robertson, Lottie Mae — 205 Maple St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Robmson, Barbara S. - 425 S. Haywood St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Robinson, Carolyn T. — Route 5, Box 219, Fayetteville, N.G. 
Robinson, Floretta Lorese — P.O. Box 87, Riegelvvood, N.C. 
Robinson, Patricia .Ann - 815 S. State St., Raleigh, N.G. 
Robinson, Thomas — 262 Dutton St., Orangeburg, S.C. 
Rochelle, Lugenia - Rte. 1, Box 96, Maple Hill, N.C. 
Rogers, Dorothy — Rte. 5, Raleigh, North Carolina 
Rogers, James O. — P.O. Box 146, Fuquay Springs, N.C. 
Rogers, Ronald - 400 E. Hinton St., Clayton, N.C. 
Rose, Joseph — 2514 Maltling Ave., Norfolk 4, Va. 
Roulac, .Annie E. — 116 E. Carteret St., Edenton, N.C. 
Rourk, Joe Louis — 208 Rip Rap Rd., Hampton, Va. 
Rouse, Mildan Jean - Rte. 2, Box 20-B, LaGrange, N.G. 
Rowe, Octavius - R.F.D. 1, Box 210, Fremont, N.C. 

Royster, Tommy Ellis - 1914 S. Person St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Rumber, Emma M. — 823 Granville Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Rusher, Catherine - 2316 Bedford Ave., Raleigh, N.G. 

Rushing, Rosetta — Rte. 1, Box 432, Hampton, \'a. 

Russell, Justyne Charlotte — Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va. 

Russell, Nancy Embres - R.F.D. I, Box 274, Indian Trail, N.C. 

Sanders, Geraldine - 420 S. Bloodvvorth St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Sanders, Iris Elaine — 1600 N. Washington, Amarillo, Texas 

Sanders, Matric D. - 705 E. Lane St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Sanders, Sandra Valeria - 908 S. State St., Raleigh, N.G. 

Sauls, Diane - P.O. Box 356, Fremont, N.G. 

Saxon, Mary Naomi — 652 S. Poplar Ave., Denmark, S.C. 

Scarboro, Douglas — Rte. 1, Box 41, Middlesex, N.C. 

Scipio, Sondra - 1130 East 112 St., Cleveland, Ohio 

Scott, Barbara Ann - 2305 Everett Ave., Raleigh, N.G. 

Scott, Jacquelyn Geneva — 7 N. Westover Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Scott, Joseph — 604 E. .Spruce .St., Goldsboro, N.G. 

Scott, Shepherd — 505 Cole St., Fairmont, N.C. 

Scott, Warren - 27-35 Curtis St., E. Elmhurst 69, N.Y. 

Selby, Caroel Lorenzo — Route 1, Box 3270, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Sessoms, Audrey Carol — Route 3, Box 221, Ahoskie, N.G. 



Sharpe, .Maiv Williams - 202 Idlewild Ave.. Raleigh, .N.C. 

Sharpe, Phyllis E. - Rt. 1, Box 143-A, Statesville, N.C. 

Shaw, Charles N. - 511 S. Leslie St., Goldsboro, N.G. 

Shaw, Jake - 187 N.W. 13th St., Miami, Fla. 

Shaw, Wilma Louise - 729 Fitzgerald Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Shelburne, Jacqueline Lea — 186 Ivy St., E. Providence, R.I. 

Shelton, Gladys - Rl. 1, Box 141, Swan Quarter, N.G. 

Sheridan, Dorothy — 1015 S. 6th St., Wilmington, N.G. 

Shipp, Maxie — 10 Vienna St., Rochester, N.Y. 

Shumate, James L. — 264 .Appian Dr., Spartanburg, S.C. 

Simpkins, Kathleen I. — 23 Conway .Ave., Trenton, N.J. 

Simpson, Charles H. - P.O. Box 1132, Canton, N.C. 

Sims, David - 519 N. 14th St., Fort Pierce, Fla. 

Sims, Gwendolyn D. — 204 Summit St., .Spray, N.C. 

Smith, Betty Beatrice - P.O. Box 68, Scotland Neck, N.G. 

Smith, Cecelia C. - Route 4, Box 298, Ocala, Fla. 

Smith, Dorothy Fiorina — Route 1, Box 91, Clayton, N.G. 

Smith, Eleanor Faye - P.O. Box 123, Whitsett, N.C. 

Smith, Felton — 349 Wilmot Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Smith, John C. - 26I4-23rd Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

Smith, Lawrence E. - 525 Randolph St., N.W., Wash., DC. 

Smith, Marcia D, — 141 East St., S.E., Cleveland, Tenn. 

Smith, Ozene Hilton - P.O. Box 111, Elizabethtown, N.C. 

Smith, Patricia Ann - 610 Coleman St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Smith, Sy Oliver - 147-36 110th Rd, Jamaica 35, NY. 

Sneed, Annie Earl — Rte. 1, Box 171, Creedmoor, N.C. 

Sneed, Juanita Louise - R.F.D. 1, Box 172-A, Kittrell, .N.C. 

Snow, Brenda Gwendolyn - Rte. 2, Box 292, Littleton, N.G. 

Solomon, Joy J. — 23 Watson .Ave., East Orange, N.J. 

Spaulding, Sara Elaine - Rte. 2, Box 194, Whiteville, N.C. 

Spearman, Samuel Louis — 1720 Palmetto St., Tampa, Fla. 

Speights, Ernestine \'. — 1218 5th .Ave., Charleston, S.C. 

Spence, Johnetta Virginia — 703 Walker .Avenue, Elizabeth City, N.C. 

Spencer, Bonita Annette - 232 Gallatin St., N.W. Wash., D.C. 

Spivey, Lonnie Mae — 1405 -Avenue M, Ft. Pierce, Fla. 

Splawn, Grace C. - 817 Cotton Place, Raleigh, N.C. 

Spruill, Elsie - Rte. 1, Box 343-D, Oak City, N.G. 

Staten, lantha - Rte. 1, Box 135, Wendell, N.C. 

Steele, Sarah .Ann - P.O. Box 435. .Apex, N.C. 

Stevens, Reginald E. — 6 Balfour St., Boston, Mass. 

Stewart, Audrey V. - Rte. 1, Box 68, Milton, N.C. 

Stewart, Shelton — 2070 Neal .Ave., Macon, Ga. 

Stocker, Sheila Aloma — 825 Whitehead St., Key West, Fla. 

Strickland, Katie Delois - Rte. 2, Box 173, Clayton, N.C. 

Stroud, .Anthony Lcvan — Rte. 1, Box 15-B, Wadesboro, N.G. 

Stroud, Dwight — 1504 Tierney Circle, Raleigh, N.C. 

Swann, Barbara Jean - Rte. 6, Box 1200, Sanfrod, N.G. 

Sweeting, .Alvarez — 623 Petronia St., Key West, Fla. 

Swinson, James E. — 607 E. Spruce, Goldsboro, N.G. 

Sykes, Billy - 614 \'ail St., New Bern, N.G. 

Syms, Harold E. - 811 E. Lenoir St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Taylor, Martha - Rte. 1, Box 334, Garner, N.G. 

Taylor, Regina - 1868 Prospect PI., Brooklyn, N.Y. 



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Taylor. Robert - 503 Mill Road, Oxford, N.C. 

Thomas, Alma Lucille - 518 W. Lenoir St., Raleigh. N.C, 

Thomas, Annie Glendora — 102'/2 Halifax Road, Louisburg, N.C. 

Thomas. Eugene — 96 Freemont St., Jersey City, N.J. 

Thomas, Eugene Conrad — 744 Newton PL, N,W., Wash., D.C. 

Thomas, Grady — 409 "A" Lane, Cocoa, Fla. 

Thomas, Maxine — 218 Beauty Avenue, Raleigh, N.C. 

Thomas. Patricia — 102 Seawell Avenue, Raleigh, N.C. 

Thomas. Robert A. — 2922 Banza St., Tampa 5, Fla. 

Thomas, Robert L. - 1612'/2 N.W. 1st Ave., Miami, Fla. 

Thombs. Lynwood B. — 316 Ridge .St., Kings Mountain, N.C. 

Thompson, Carlyon — Rte. 2, Box 430, Fairmont, N.C. 

Thompson, Gwendolyn .Arenita — 814 Logan St., Shelby. N.C. 

Thorpe, Noah H. - 3842 Wyalusing Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Tomlin, Tura - 3237 East 123, Cleveland 20, Ohio 

Torrence, Janice Ann — Box 255, Davidson, N.C. 

Towns, Thomas G. — 1 104 Division Ave., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

Trice, Harold Francis — 705 Wake Chapel Rd., Fuquay Spgs., N.C. 

Trotman, William - 411 W. 125th St., New York, N.Y. 

Turner, Dorothy L. - Rt. 3, Box 265, Hertford, N.C. 

Turner, Rudolph W. - P.O. Box 191, Henderson, N.C. 

Turner, Shirley — 934 Austin St., Columbus, Texas 

Tyler, Richard Charles - 502 Edgefield Ave., N.W., Aiken, S.C. 

Utiey, Hoyie Eugenia — Rt. 1, Box 94-.A, Fuquay Springs, N.C. 

\'andergriff. William H. T. - 4 Lincoln Terr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Wade, Gale Allen — 306 Armstead St., Martinsville, Va. 

Wadley, Jack - 3000 N.W. 69th St., Miami, Fla. 

Walker, Birdie - Route 1, Box 182, Charleston. S.C. 

Walker, Esther Cynethia - Route 1, Box 159, Watha, N.C. 

Walker, James Isaac — 1701 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 

Walker, Juanita M. - P.O. Box 248, Hillsboro, N.C. 

Wanjohi, Raph Maru — P.O. Giakanja, Nyeri, Kenva 

Warner. Howard L. — 307 4th St., Perry, Fla. 

Warner, Roosevelt - 117 W. North St., Hillsboro, N.C. 

Warren, Dorothy Ann — H-7 Washington Terr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Warren, LaForest - Route 3, Box #, Snow Hill, N.C. 

Washington, Elizabeth A. — 1323 Needham .Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 

Waters, Joyce Selene — 2-E Mitchell Wooten Cts., Kinston, N.C. 

Watson, Costella - 123 Lincoln Ct., Raleigh, N.C. 

Watson, Hilda Jo - Route 2, Box 479K, Clayton, N.C. 

West, Wanya - 116-44 169 St., Jamaica, N.Y, 

Weston, Rachel Evelyn — General Delivery, McClellanville, S.C. 

Whitaker, Dorothy Mae - 2373 Rock Quarry Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 

Whitaker, Melvin D. - 640-28th St., Newport News, Va. 

White, General - 1932 Boaz Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

White, Gwendolyn F. - E-5 Wash. Terr., Raleigh, N.C. 

White, Harriet, L. - 224 Hanover St., Charleston, S.C. 

White, Marvin - 1536 N.W, 51 Ter., Miami, Fla, 

Whitted, Clarence Odell - Rte. 2, Box 195, Hillsboro, N.C. 

Wiggins, William - 13830 Central Park, Robbms, III. 



Wilder, Donnell - 1211 Bunche Drive, Raleigh, N.C. 

Wilder, Mary E. _ Rte. 1, Box 168-A, Spring Hope, N.C, 

Wilkins, .Anna Gertrude — 107 Bunn Road, Louisburg, N.C. 

Williams, .Acquanetta -A. — P.O. Box 177, Riegelwood, N.C. 

Williams, Alene — 2835 Economy St., Ft. Myers, Fla. 

Williams, Billy - 1413 Desmond St., Kinston, N.C. 

Williams, Brenda Joyce — 743 Quail Ave., So. Norfolk 6, \'a, 

Williams, Celestine Juan — E-2 Washington terr,, Raleigh, .N.C. 

Williams, Charles Patron - 8883 S. 126 Terr., Miami 56, Fla 

Williams, Doris Ann — 112 West Lee St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Williams, Ellen LoRena — 3517 Charles Ave., Miami, Fla. 

Williams, EInora T. - Rte. 2, Box 4, Hillsboro, N.C. 

Williams, Evelyn S. - 606 E, Davie St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Williams, Freddie Marie — 115 Russell St., Laurens, S.C. 

Williams, George — 1754 N.W. 5th .Ave., Miami 36, Fla. 

Williams, Katie Lee - 6319 S.N. 60th .Ave., Miami, Fla. 

Williams, Lynn Eldora — 716 E. Hargett Street, Raleigh, N.C. 

Williams, Malinda Genevia — General Delivery, Screven, Ga. 

Williams, Mary - 529 N.W. 8th St., Florida City, Fla. 

Williams. Mary L. S. - Rte. 3, Box 179, Louisburg, N.C. 

Williams, Jr., Robert Emmett — 705 Fitzgerald Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Williams, V'onita Elouise — 203 W. Short St., Inverness, Fla. 

Williamson. Patricia — 1003 E. Martin Street. Raleigh, N.C. 

Wilson, .Annie J. - 117 Star Street, Raleigh, N.C. 

Wilson, Cora Jean — 404 Witchduck Rd., \'a. Beach, Va. 

Wilson, Cora Lee - 225 Grant St., Danville, Va. 

Wilson, EInora Ma.xine - Rte. 2, Box 136, Macon, N.C. 

Wilson, Geneva - Rte. 5, Box 69. Greenville, N.C. 

Wilson, Jenatus - Rte. 1, Box 13, Holly Springs, N.C. 

Wilson, Margie - 368 Witchduck Rd.. Va. Beach. Va. 

Wilson. Natalie Deanna — 806 Manley Street, Raleigh, N.C. 

Wikson, Patricia .Ann - 368 Witchduck Rd., Va. Beach, Va. 

Wilson, Rosa B. - Rte. 5, Box 69, Greenville, N.C. 

Winston, Arthura — 340 Monroe St., Akron, Ohio 

Winters, Jr., Joseph Butler - 101 S. Pettigrew St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Woods, Susie A. - 557 E. Edenton Street, Raleigh, N.C. 

Wooten, Natalie — 57V2 Jewett Ave., Jersey City, N.J. 

Wray, Lawrence — Rte. 7, Raleigh. North Carolina 

Wright, Irene E. - 4521 S. 37th St., Richmond, Va. 

Wyatt, Thomas Eli — 310 Wagstaff Lane, S. Boston, Va. 

Yeargin, Mary V. — Rte. 1, Box 49, Owings, S.C. 

Yeates, Charlesetta S. - 308 Maple St., Ahoskie, N.C. 

Yelverton, Thelma C. — Rte. 2, Box 226, Stantonsburg, N.C. 

Yeoman, Carolyn — 812 ^'ukon Street, Tampa, Fla. 

Young, Arlestcr - 363 N.W. 17th St., Miami, Fla. 

Young, Frederick Eugene - 3051 N.W. 45th St., Miami, Fla. 

OMISSIONS 

Mingo. Lillie — 6-F Fort \'illage. Ke\- West, Fla. 

Wiggins, .Annie R - Rte. 1. Box 132, PineviUe, S.C. 



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