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CONTENTS 

i edication 
iollege History 
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Organizations 
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Centennia 

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Celebration 






1867-1967 




Sports 



Coronation Ball 

Campus Queens 

Administration 

Faculty 

Yearbook Staff 

Greek Letter Organizations 



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Almighty God Created Heaven 
and Earth, and in His Creation, 
He Endowed Many Men with the * 
Ability To Be Creative. This Ability 
Has Been Exemplified for 100 ^ 
Years, arid the Class of 1967, 
Recognizing the Abysmal and 
Unrelenting Efforts Pertinent to 
Saint Augustine's High Degree of 
Educational Continuity, Dedicates 
This Centennial Yearbook to an 
Engrossed Numeration of i 

Personalities, Who Labored 
Unknowingly To Engender Such d 
Highly Structured Institution As 
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A Century of Service, 
Learning and Growth 



History 



E. C. Smedes took office as 
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Saint Augustine's College was founded in 1867 through the joint efforts of the 
Freemen's Commission of the Protestant Episcopal Church and a group of cler- 
gy and laymen of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina headed by Bishop 
Thomas Atkinson. 

According to Dr. Smith, the first principal, there were enrolled on the first day 
only four pupils. By the end of the session of 1871-72, the enrollment had in- 
creased to 110, including 32 boarding students. 

Upon the death of Dr. Smith in 1872. the Rev. J 
"temporary principal" and remained until 1884, 
principal by The Rev. Robert B. Sutton. 

Upon the resignation of Dr. Sutton, Dr. Hunter became principal in 1891, and 
remained in that position until 1916. During the Hunter administration, the cur- 
riculum was expanded, St. Agnes Hospital was founded, the Chapel and Benson 
Library was constructed. 

The Bishop Tuttle School was established by the Woman's Auxiliary at Saint Au- 
gustine's College and began its first session in the fall of 1925 with Miss Bertha 
Richards as Dean. 

Each new administration has brought change and growth. After the retirement 
of the Rev. Edgar H. Goold in 1947, Dr. Harold L. Trigg was elected president, 
becoming the first Negro president. During his administration the Penick Hall of 
Science was constructed. 

Dr. James A. Boyer, son of the first dean and himself a former dean of the Col- 
lege, became president in 1955. During his administration the enrollment of the 
College doubled, faculty salaries were substantially increased and the physical 
plant greatly expanded. Dr. Boyer's resignation and plans to return to the class- 
room were announced on May 24, 1966, by The Right Rev. Thomas A. Fraser, 
Bishop of the Diocese of North Carolina and Chairman of the Board of Trustees. 
Concomitantly, Dr. Prezell R. Robinson, Executive Dean and Professor of Sociol- 
ogy was appointed Acting President. 

St. Augustine's College— 1900 





President Hunter, Students and Faculty 




Girls Physical Education Class 



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St. Augustine's Football Team— 1926 




PRESENT 




New Dormitories 

Baker Hall— Women 

Lynch Hall— Men 



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FUTURE 



As Saint Augustine's College stands on the threshold of its second century, it 
rededicates itself to the following tenets: that every student is an individual and 
not a number that the primary thrust of the College's program will continue to be 
the pursuit of academic excellency in a christian-oriented environment that every 
effort will be made to increase the basic resources of the College in order that it may 
provide better services to the community, a more conducive learning environment 
for its students and faculty and a more substantial foundation for future growth 
during its second century. 




Mr w. C. Jackson from the Association of American Colleges discussing future plans and projec- 
tions for Saint Augustine's College with Mr. J. Mills Holloway, Dr. J. Boyer and Dr. P. R. Robinson 



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"As this school was founded in a day of social 
change, so we who are members of The Board of 
Trustees, administration, faculty, and students 
today, live in an age of change. As the founders 
of this school did lay an honest and solid 
foundation, and rose to meet the challenges of 
that change, so today we must rise to meet the 
challenges of our day. 



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Presidents 
Message 



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Saint ^ngustinr's College 
Jvaleiglf, JSoM\ Carolina 27602 

THE GRADUATING ClASS OF 196? 

May I congratulate you upon having reached this milestone in your youthful 
lives. A College education today is no longer a luxury, but it is increasingly 
necessary in order for one to render effective service and survive in this age 
of science and technology. 

No doubt, during the past four years, the thought has occurred to each of you 
at some time to throw in the towel. I am sure, however, that it must be 
satisfying that you did not become a victim of this kind of temptation. The 
fact tliat you have reached this point suggests that you have read many books, 
attended many lectures, written many themes — much of which did not make a 
great deal of sense to you, I would hasten to add, nevertheless, that all of 
these ingredients become important in helping you to develop into a well- 
rounded liberally educated person. 

As you go forth from the hallowed halls of Saint Augustine's College, I hopr 
you will be ever mindful of the fact that one of the most rewarding returns 
you will get out of life will be that of rendering unselfish service. More 
and more, our young people must think, it seems to me, in terms of rendering 
some kind of service to their fellowman, their country and their God. This 
can be done in numerous ways — serving in the Armed Forces of one's country, 
the Peach Corp, the Job Opportunity Cerp, Vista, etc. It has been said often 
times, "The good that one does to other? comes back into his own life". 

Finally, I hope ycrj will continue to think about your Alma Mater as you go 
forth. Regardless to what happens to you in life, you are still sons and 
daughters of Saint Augustine's College. Not only will this institution be 
judged by your accomplishments, but the manner in which you support it may 
mean the difference in its continuing to move ahead as a first-rat ^ institution 
or falling behind as just another "has been college". Your Alma Mater needs 
you: your loyalty, enthusiasm, support and good wishes. May it never be said 
that this College called upon you and you were derelict in responding to its 
call. 

Best wishes for the years ahead. 



Prezell R. Robinson 
President 
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CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 



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Office of the President 



December 2, 1966 



TO: MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1967 



MEMBER 



I sincerely commend you for having advanced to this 
point in your quest for self-improvement. It is my fervant prayer 
that graduation will mark the beginning of a new chapter in your efforts 
to prepare for a positive and productive role in society. 

Saint Augustine's College has made available to you the 
opportunity to become acquainted with the religious, scientific and 
humanistic implications of life and living. You have grown in mind 
and spirit while here. I therefore charge you, the members of the 
centennial class, to exert yourselves to the utmost in order to assure 
for your Alma Mater a second century of even greater service in the 
vanguard of higher education. 



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Very truly yours, 

James A. Boyer, //President 
<J 1955 - 196Y 



CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 



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To the 1967 graduates of St. Augustine's College, I extend congratulations upon 
the attainment of another significant milestone in your lives. During your four 
years at the college, the administration, faculty and staff have attempted to pro- 
vide an environment that would be conducive to the maximum development of 
your innate intellectual abilities. The extent to which they succeeded in helping 
you to acquire academic excellency will be manifested, in part, by the degree of 
economic, social and spiritual security that you acquire, as measured by your 
achievements as an alumnus of St. Augustine's College. 

I hope as you leave this institution, you will be ever mindful of the love of know- 
ledge which motivated the founders of St. Augustine's College, to devote their 
time, energies and resources to the organization and development of this col- 
lege. I am sure that you too will manifest such love by upholding the good name 
of the college and by making periodic donations to its development fund. As you 
know, St. Augustine's success is measured, to a great extent, by the achieve- 
ments of its alumni. I hope that you will remember this as you go forth in quest 
of greater accomplishments. 

Dr. Joseph Jones, Jr. 
Executive Dean 



MEMBER 


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SENIORS 




JUNIORS 



SOPHOMORES 





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GROWTH. . . 

We, the editors of this centennial 
anniversary yearbook, are very 
proud to introduce the largest 
freshman class in 100 years. To 
them we say, "welcome, and best 
wishes for the future. " 



Class Pres. Joe Heckstall 



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Miss Freshman 
Robbie Sullivan 



Orientation Week 





Beverly Adams 
E. Marie Adams 
William E. Adams 
Barbara Allen 
Audrey Anderson 
Hueddie Arrmgton 



Jess B. Atkins 
Jocelyn Baham 
Inez Bailey 
Lula Banes 
Sharon Barnes 
Evelyn Basemare 




Christine Beatty 
Evelyn Benton 
Barbara Berry 
Barbara Birdsall 
Sarah Bledsoe 



Rose Bland 
Sharon Blolock 
Judy Bond 
Joseph Bonds 
Viola Bonds 



Wendolyn Boyer 
Carol Brabble 
Iva Brewton 
James A. Bridges, Jr. 
Palmera Brite 



Henry Brinson 
Lewis Broughton 
Jacqueline Brown 
James Brown 
Margaret Brown 



Carolyn Bryant 
Julia Bryant 
Judy Bullock 
Nancy Bunny 
Wayne Burton 



Grace Burwell 
Linda Butler 
Edmund Bynum 
Christine Byrd 
Solomon Davis 



Francina Caldwell 
Thurman Campbell 
Edna Canady 
Judy Canady 



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Lydia Goffigan 
Irving Good 
Cynthia Goza 
Catherine Grant 



Stella Carr 
Gilbert Chestnut 
Claudette Cogbill 
Richard Collier 
Patricia Cottingham 



Joan Covington 
William P. Craig 
Mary Crandell 
Wilhelmina Crippet 
Ronald Crudup 



Loinell Cuffie 
Larry Curry 
Cornell Davis 
Donald Davis 
Shirley Debnam 



Jackie Dewar 
Ernestine Edwards 
James Edwards 
Willie Jean Elder 
Jeannette Fernell 



Carol Fisher 
Lee Flower 
Joyce Fowler 
Leytryce Fonville 
Carolyn Ford 



Carolyn Foster 
Patricia Foster 
Bruce Franklin 
Linda Freeman 
Gilberteen Garris 



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Thomasene Grant 
Marilyn Graves 
Lorraine Green 
Reginald Green 
Rose Green 



Earl Haith 
Lavanda Hall 
Ella Harris 
Gay Marie Harris 
Leslie Harris 



Brenda Hassell 
James Hawkins 
Stella Henry 
Deborah L. Heme 
Doris Hillard 



Delma Hodge 
Carolyn Holmes 
Andrew Houston 
Jacqueline Huggins 
Josephine Jackson 



Carolyn Jacobs 
Edward James 
Larry James 
Steve Jenkins 
Paula Johnson 



Vivian Johnson 
Betty Jones 
Dottie Jones 
Linda Jones 
Mildred Jones 




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Nina Jones 
Sandra Jones 
Brenda Jordan 
Brenda J. Jordan 





Victor Joshua 
Jacquelyn Joyner 
Barbara Langham 
Ernestine Leech 
Gwendolyn Lee 



Mattie Lee 
Jarvonia Leonard 
Gwendolyn Lesesne 
Sandra Lewis 
Gary Lindsey 



Phyllis Long 
Beatrice Love 
Sandra Love 
Carolyn Lucas 
Hermenia Lucas 



Wilheminia Mack 
Mary. E. Machen 
Scheron Major 
Harold Mann 
Barbara McClam 



Patsy McCray 
Harry McDowell 
Quincy McGill 
Joyce McLamb 
Johnny McNeil 



Waymon McNeil 
lantha Means 
James Melvin 
Irene Milhouse 
Lorraine Mitchell 



Lucy Moody 
Marilyn Moore 
Rosemary Moore 
Virginia Moore 



Geraldine Morgan 
Ralph Morgan 
Barbara Morning 
Brenda Moseley 
Roosevelt Moseley 



Grace Mosley 
Mary Moss 
Beverly Neely 
Patricia Neely 
Carolyn Otey 



Barbara Outlaw 
Helen M. Patterson 
Loreatha Peacock 
Barbara A. Perry 
Claudia Perry 



Joan Perry 
Shelia Perry 
Theatrice Perry 
Carolyn Perkins 
Douglas W. Pieper 



Thurman Pittman 
Jannette Pompey 
Roxanna Powell 
Carolyn Price 
Judy Reddick 



Jeanette Richardson 
James Rivers 
Regma Robinson 
Mary Rogers 
Vernon Royster 




Antoinette Rya 
Joan Saddler 
Leora Sauls 
Michael Scott 



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Peggy Scott 
Glentine Sellers 
Josephine Semon 
Gloria Shannon 
Daniel Simmons 



Jean Simmons 
Yvonne Simmons 
Rivennette Simons 
Nora Sims 
Anne Singletary 



Barbara Singletary 
Edith Singletary 
Sandra Small 
Carrie Smith 
Cynthia Smith 



Lonnice Smith 
Ophelia Smith 
Patricia Smith 
Percy Smith 
Purnell Smith 



William Smith 
Felton Spaudling 
Vernestine Speller 
Alfred Spencer 
Hilliard Stallings 



Doris Staten 
Gerald Stevenson 
Shirley Stevenson 
Patricia Stewart 
Robbie Sullivan 




Ann Sutephin 
Judy Sutton 
James Tate 
Dennis Taylor 
Carrie Templeton 
Ernest Terry 



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SENIORS 



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Class 
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President, Frank Godfrey 




Vice President. Melvin Whitaker 





Parliamentarian, Louis Jordan 




Treasurer, Reginald Eliott 



CLASS HISTORY 



Our satellite began its orbit September, 1963. Our astronauts were young ladies 
and gentlemen trom the United States, Africa and Panama. The route had been 
chartered to orbit excellence, determination and self-discipline by way of station 
Saint Augustine's College, fondly referred to as "St. Aug." 

September 9. 1963, two hundred and thirty-one astronauts boarded this satel- 
lite. We were to make four orbits; the first being the most difficult. Many astro- 
nauts were disappointed and discouraged and decided to abandon the satellite. 
Many astronauts had specific obligations to fulfill. 

Our first duty was reporting to the campus situations. We reported the following: 
Cheshire Lounge— the place in which we ate; Benson Library— the place in which 
we studied; Delany Hall and Atkinson Hall— the places in which we lived; Hunter 
building— the place in which we learned English, French, Mathematics and 
History. 

The day was November 22, 1963 . . . the world stood still. Someone shouted 
excitedly in the hall, "They shot the President; they shot the President!" There 
were hours of chaos, fear and apprehension. Lee Harvey Oswald shot President 
John F. Kennedy. To us. he was a great and just president and we shall always 
remember his famous words, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but 
what you can do for your country." 

September, 1964, we felt that we were ready for almost anything; however, we 
found that many astronauts were not able to return for various reasons. Our 
statellite had to operate smoothly; therefore, we immediately signed duties. Portia 
Jamison became "Miss Sophomore." The class officers were as follows: Regi- 
nald Elliott, President; Hoyie Utley, Secretary; Ralph Wanjohi, Treasurer. Junita 
Sneed. Brenda Dowery and Frank Godfrey were student council members. Joan 
Grant became the campus soloist. We were better adiusted and welcomed the 
coming of different activities and organizations. This year was particularly high- 
lighted by "Crossing the Burning Sands" into various sororities and fraternities. 

Approximately 150 astronauts returned to make the third orbit. Josephine Mc- 
Bride became "Miss Junior." Class officers shifted to Robert Williams— Presi- 
dent; Bessie Peterins— Secretary; Enoch Dukes— Treasurer. Ralph Wanjohi, Al- 
bert Love and Alice Holley became student council members. We were fortunate 
to be the first class participating in the Student Exchange Program. 

Valiean Myers spenJt the entire junior year at Wellesley College in Wellesley, Mas- 
sachusetts. Our satellite slowed down many times for honor society inductions 
which included membership in Alpha Kappa Mu.'Beta Kappa Chi, Phi Kappa Al- 
pha, Sigma Rho Sigma. 

Many changes were made during the third orbit. Dr. Boyer, our President, chal- 
lenged us when he granted us permission to make the orbits. This same year, 
Dr. Boyer announced his resignation as President of Saint Augustine's College. 

September, 1966, our satellite made its fourth orbit. Dr. P. R. Robinson, Execu- 
tive Dean, was named Acting President. Dr. Robinson believed strongly in "qual- 
ity education" and passed on to us profound words of encouragement. 

We had to serve as paragons this year. Junita Sneed reigned as "Miss Saint Au- 
gustine's College." Norman Mitchell, the captain of our ship, became president 
of the student council. Class officers were as follows: Frank Godfrey, President; 
Carol Hagans, Secretary; Louis Jordan, Treasurer. Alcester Bryant, Shirley Liggett 
and MacArthur McKmnon were student council members. Published in Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities were Mary Barbour, Hoyie Utley, 
Glendora Thomas, Phyllis Sharpe. Ralph Wanjohi, Frank Godfrey and Moses Go- 
latt. 

We can never forget those able to lead and uphold the standards of such an in- 
stitution. Men like the following stand out in our minds: Dr. James A. Boyer and 
Dr. Prezell R. Robinson (named President). This centennial year marked a mile- 
stone in our lives. 

We shall always remember friends, classes and activities that we encountered 
while making four orbits in a satellite— "The Class of 1967." We shall embark 
this satellite May 25, 1967. We shall not bury the past too deeply for we need it. 

As we, The Class of 1967, search for appropriate words, 

Lives of great men all remind us 
We can make our lives sublime. 
And, departing we leave behind us. 
Footprints on the sands of time. 



Alice Marie Holley 




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MISS SENIOR CLASS 




MISS VALJEAN MYERS 
Senior, from Raleigh, North Carolina. Majoring in Music Education. Member of 
College Choir, Vocal Ensemble, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Her hobbies are 
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Banks, Charles 
Chemistry; B.S. 

College Choir; President of Chemistry 
Club; Math Club 

Barney, Vera E. 
Elementary Education; B.A. 
Elementary Education; National Educa- 
tional Association; Art Club; N.A.A.C.P. 



Best, Blossie M. 
Sociology; B.A. 

Vice Pres. S.N.E.A.; Canterbury Club; 
Member of Student Council; 

Bethea, John 
Physical Education; B.S. 
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity Intramural 
Club; PEM Club; Canterbury Club; Stu- 
dent Council; N.E.A.; Intramural foot- 
ball and basketball 






Bowers, Annette 
Mathematics; B.S. 

Tutorial Program; Canterbury Club; Li- 
brary Club; Mathematics Club 

Brown, Betty S. 
Business Education; B.A. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Attendant to May 
Queen; Attendant to Miss Commerce; 
"Johnson Girl"— N.C. State University; 
Dean Mangum Award; Courtesy Award 



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Bryant, Alcester 
Elementary Education; B.A. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha; Big Sisters Club; 
N.E.A. Student Council; N.A.A.C.P.; Dor- 
mitory Officer; Elem. Education Club 

Burrell, Betty Lou 
Secretarial Science; Phi Beta Lambda 



Burroughs, Valentine Jr. 
Sociology & Social Welfare B.A.; Social 
Science; N.A.A.C.P.; Art Club 

Clark, Constance A. 
Business Education; B.A. 
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; Phi Beta 
Lambda; Greek Student Council 






Mrs. Colden, Naomi P. 
English; B.A. 

Honors Program; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can College & Universities; English 
Club; S.N.E.A. 

Credle, Christine 
Elementary Education; B.A. 
Assist. Sect. Elementary Club, Assist. 
Sect. SNEA; Art Club; Sunday School 
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(Mrs.) Davis, Marion W. 
Elementary Education; B.A. 
SNEA, Who's Who 

(Mrs.) Dolby, Gloria J. 
Business Education; B.A. 
AKA Sorority, Phi Beta Lambda 
Business Club, Pen Staff 





Dowery. Brenda L. 
History & Government; B.A. 
Sigma Rho Sigma, Who's Who, Editor of 
Newspaper, Student Council, Social 
Science Club, Library Society 



Dunston, Kenneth 
Physical Education, B.A. 
PEM Club, Basketball, Track, 
NEA 



NAACP, 



Elliott, Reginald 
History & Government, B.A. 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, College 
Choir, Vocal Ensemble, Canterbury Club 

Ehott, Ronald 
Biology, B.S. 

President, Canterbury Club. President, 
College Choir, Vocal Ensemble, Alpha 
Phi Alpha Fraternity, Biology Club Presi- 
dent, Dean of Layleaders. 



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Evans, Carolyn Lorraine 
English; B.A. 
Student N.E.A.; English Club 

Evans, Norma J. 
Elementary Education; B.A. 
Canterbury Club; Elementary Education 
Club 



Evans, Roy C 
Mathematics; B.S. 

Intramural Basketball; Junior Varsity; 
Mathematics Club; Student NEA; Library 
Assistant 

Ford, Alma R. 
Biology; B.S. 

Biology Club Seminar; Art Club; N.E.A.; 
Big Sister's Club; Pre Alumni Club 



Treeman, William H. 
Sociology; B.A. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Acolyte; Pole- 
march of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 
N.A.A.C.P.; Social Science Club 

(Mrs.) Fryar, Barbara M. 
Biology: B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha (Basileus); Alpha 
Kappa Mu; Beta Kappa Chi; Who's Who; 
Honor Seminar; Biology Club 




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Galloway, Edith M. 
Business Education, B.A. 
Reporter, Phi Beta Lambda; Treasurer, 
Canterbury Club; NEA; NAACP; Big Sis- 
ters Club; Dormitory Council, Pre-Alumni 
Club; Miss Phi Beta Sigma 

Galloway, Helen C. 
Business Education, B.A. 
Canterbury Club, NAACP, NEA, Year- 
book Staff, Art Club, Library Club, Phi 
Beta Lambda. 



Glenn, Melvin (Jr.) 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Football, Track, Baseball, Omega Psi 
Phi Fraternity, Student Council, PEM 
Club, PEP Squad 

Godfrey, Frank E. 
Business Administration, B.A. 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; President, Al- 
pha Kappa Mu; President, Phi Beta 
Lambda, Who's Who; President, Senior 
Class; Student Council; Inter-Greek 
Council; Honors Program; Football; 
Baseball. 





Graham, Margery 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Elementary 
Ed. Club, Big Sisters Club, N.E.A., Pre- 
Alumni Club, Art Club. 

(Mrs.) Grimes, Vivian H. 
Business Education, B.A. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Phi Beta 
Lambda, Pen Staff 




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Hagans, Carol 
Sociology, B.A. 

Holden, Peter Graham 
Biology; B.S. 

Sphinx Club; Biology Club; Natural 
Science Club 



Holmes, Agnes 
Elementary Education; B.A. 
Yearbook Staff; NEA; NAACP; Art Club; 
Big Sister's Club; Canterbury Club 

Holley, Alice 
English, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta— Pres. Sunday 
School Superintendent, N.E.A., English 
Club, English Honors Seminar, College 
Choir, N.A.A.C.P., U.N.C.F., Student 
Council, Inter-Greek Council. 





Horsley, Constance H. 
History & Government; B.A. 
Pen Staff; Yearbook Staff; Inter-Dormi- 
tory Council; College Choir; Vocal En- 
semble; NAACP: Altar Guild; Canterbury 
Club, Social Science Club 

Jackson, Pattye L. 
Secretarial Science 

Secretary Phi Beta Lambda Alpha Kap 
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Jamison, Portia Ann 
English; B.A. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha; Big Sister's Club; 
Drama Club; N.E.A. English Club; Sun- 
day School Teacher; N.A.A.C.P. College 
Choir; Miss Phi Beta Sigma; Miss Soph- 
omore 



Johnson. Bettie Jean 

Sociology; B.S. 

Social Science Club; Pre-Alumni 

N.A.A.C.P. 



Jones, Alice F. 
Business Education; B.A. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Business Club 




Jones. Geraldine 
English; B.A. 

English Club; Drama Club. N.E.A. Big 
Sisters Club. Canterbury Club. 
N.A.A.C.P. 



Jones, Jewe 
Elementary Education. B.A 
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority 

Jordan. John 
Physical Education, B.A 
Captain of Basketball Team 1965-66 
66-67, Pern Club, Baseball Team. 



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Jordan, Louis 
History & Government, B.A. 
Sphinx Club, Chess Club, Social Science 
Club, Student Proctor 

(Mrs.) Liggett, Shirley L. 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Who's Who; NEA; NAACP; Student 
Council 



Love, Albert E. 
Sociology & Social Studies, B.A. 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Vice Presi- 
dent, Student Council; President, Gam- 
ma Psi Chapter of APA. 

Lowry, Rosalind E. 
Business Education, B.A. 
Big Sisters; Business Club; NAACP; NEA; 
Yearbook Staff 



McEachin, Effie N. 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Co-Captain, Drill Team; Kappa Alpha 
Psi Sweetheart Attendant; May Day At- 
tendant for Freshman Class; PEM Club; 
NEA; Girl's Track Team. 

(Mrs.) McKinnon, Emily J. 
Biology & Chemistry, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Captain, 
Cheerleaders; Biology Club; NAACP; In- 
tramural Council. 



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McKmnon, McArthur 
Physical Education, B.S. 
Vice Polemarch of Kappa Alpha Psi, Co- 
Captain of the Football Intramural 
Council, Pres.; President of PEM Club; 
member of Student Council. 

Mitchell, Norman 
Kappa Alpha Psi, Sigma Rho Sigma 
Honor Society Rep. to Student Council 
Soph, yr., President's Cabinet— Jr., Vice- 
Pres. of Junior Class, Tutor Who's 
Who. 





Morns, Mary 
Elementary Education, ES.A. 
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Art Club, 
N.E.A., Elem. Club, Big Sisters Club, 
Pre-Alumni Club. 

Nesbitt, Sandra 
Sociology, B.A. 

Girl's Intramural Basketball Team, Soc. 
Science Club, Art Club N.A.A.C.P., Can- 
terbury Club, Yearbook Staff, Fencing 
Team, Big Sister's Club. 



Peay, Doris D. 
Sociology, B.A. 

Fencing Team, Art Club, Big Sisters 
Club, Social Science Club, N.A.A.C.P., 
Canterbury Club, Yearbook Staff. 

Peebles, Nelson 
Mathematics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club 



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Phillips, Mary C. 
Physical Education. B.A. 
Phi Beta Sigma, Pem Club, N.T.A., 
Track, Baseball, Intramural Football & 
Basketball, N.A.A.C.P. 

Poitier, Aretha C. 
Sociology, B.A. 

Girls Basketball Team, Social Science 
Club. Big Sisters Club, Art Club, 
N.A.A.C.P., Library Club, Canterbury 
Club, Altar Guild, Yearbook Staff. 



Ratlifte, George 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Sphinx Club, Pem Club, Intramural 
Council, Basketball, Football, Track, 
N.E.A. 

Robinson, Mildred 
Sociology, B.A. 
Social Science Club. 



Rushing, Rosetta 
Physical Education, B.S. 
Assistant Dormitory Director, 
Choir. 



College 



Scott, Shepherd 
Mathematics, B.S. 

Sphinx Club, Vice-President— Math Club, 
President-NEA, Chaplain, State NCTA- 
NEA, Mathematics TutoY. 




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Thompson. Gwendolyn 
Social Science; Student National Teach 
ers Association 



Sim, Jacqueline 
N.E.A.; Art Club; Elementary Education 
Club; Big Sister's Club 

Sneed, Juanita 
Interdormitory Council; Biology Club; 
Pan helenic Council 



Speights, Ernestine 
Big Sisters Club; PreAlumni; Mathema- 
tics Club 

Thomas, Annie 
College Choir; Vocal Ensemble; Sym- 
phonie Band; M.E.N.C. Assistant Chapel 
Organist 



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Utley, Hoyie Eugenia 
English, B.A. 

Zeta Phi Beta, Phi Kappa Alpha Honor 
Society Honors Seminar, Who's Who, 
Pen Staff, Yearbook, Secretary-Soph., 
Church School Teacher. 

Vereen, Harry C. 
Physical Education, B.A. 
Sphinx Club, White Rose Club, Baseball, 
Intramural Football, N.E.A. Club, Pern 
Club, Intramural Basketball. 



Waniohi, Ralph Maru 
Sigma Rho Sigma Honor Society, Who's 
Who. 

Washington, Elizabeth A. 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. Dean's List, 
Yearbook Co-Editor, College Choir, Stu- 
dent N.E.A. , Elementary Education 
Club, Canterbury Club, Social Science 
Club, N.A.A.C.P., Vocal Ensm. 





Washington, Mary L. 
Elementary Education, B.A. 

West, Wanya Lee 
Business Administration, B.A. 
Business Club 




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Whitaker, Melvin D. 
Business Administration, B.A. 
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Phi Beta 
Lambda; Vice President, Senior Class; 
Chess Club; Inter-Greek Council; Canter- 
bury Club. 

Williams, Acquanetta A. 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
NAACP; Pen Staff; Yearbook Staff; Art 
Club; Secretary, Junior Class. 



Williams, Robert 

Williamson, Patricia A. 
English, B.A. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; SNEA; Pre- 
Alumni Club; English Club. 





Yeargin, Mary 
Elementary Education, B.A. 
NEA; Big Sisters Club; Band; Secretary, 
Freshman Class; Assistant Secretary, 
Sophomore Class. 

Yeoman, Carolyn 
Sociology, B.A. 

Social Science Club; Attendant, Miss St. 
Augustine's College. 



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-•'.' ■ 



A SAILING SHIP 



A ship started on a voyage one day; 
The sun's beacon light showed the way. 
The Captain came out and cried, "All aboard, all aboard." 

And the tare we all could aftord. 

"This Ship is destined for Education, U.S.A. 
And we all knew that it was worth the pay. 

We knew great were the preparations, 
So we began early to make reservations. 

Our luggage and baggage we did pack, 
To our dismay many things we lacked. 

"Captain, Captain, what can this ship give?" 
For four whole years here we must live." 

"For failure, foolishness, or fiends," he said 
"My dear voyagers, do not be afraid." 

We boarded blithely the ship and looked around, 
And lo! what concurrent confusion abound. 

Compartments, compartments, we did see; 
Such great numbers gave us want to flee. 

Just then the captain said, "Be courageous and cheerful, 

my dears, 
For you have just abated the most dreadful fear." 

The sailing was not smooth all the way; 
Sometimes we had to work both night and day. 

Rough, rugged ties could not hinder our years; 
'Cause we had what it takes to strive, work, and persevere. 

Soon the tides wanted rest; 
Again we knew we had stood the test. 

"Look, Voyagers, see the beacon light." 
You've been strong, and have fought a faithful fight." 

We see the beacon light— a torch of Liberty. 
The beams carry dignity, knowledge, and security. 

One more league to go, many more facts to know 
When our achievements, aspirations, and talents to the world we bestow. 

As we reach our destination, our voyage ends. 
We stop— what was our consolation— who were our friends? 

Our parents were our anchor, our teachers were our map. 
Reminiscing were we about our trip 

When realized we, we were the captain of this ship. 
CAPTAIN, CAPTAIN, a voyage well done! 

— Hoyie E. Utley 



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Senior Autographs 


























JUNIORS 


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Junior 
Class 
Officers 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Asst. Secretary 
Treasurer 
Parliamentarian 



Curtis Kellon 

Malinda Williams 

Natalie Wooten 

Phyllis Bailey 

Eugene Thomas 

John Harvey 





Miss Junior Class 



Miss Janice Maultsby from Lumberton, North Carolina. 
Majoring in English. Member of English Club, Dramatics 
Club and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Her hobbies are sew- 
ing, dancing and dramatics. 






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Issac Alston 
Linda Bailey 



Phyllis Bailey 
Chester Bennett 



Janice Booker 



Evelyn Bryant 



Marie Bryant 
Joseph Cannon 







William Carson 
Alvin Copeland 



Gwendolyn Cutchins 
Charles E. Davis 



Annette Dillard 
Sandra Early 









Jacqueline Edwards 
Eddie Eubanks 



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William Fain 
Shirley Felton 



Josephine Fergerson 
Lillie Ford 




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Patricia Harris 
John Harvey 



Sharon Hemphill 
Lavern Haywood 



Richard Highland 
Shirley Horton 



Norma Howey 
Audrey Kelly 



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Theodora K. Lawsoi 
Queen Lawson 



Garnett Martin 
Janice Maultsby 



Geraldine McCann 
Burnestine McCoy 



Donald McKoy 
Mary McGhee 




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Dwight Peebles 



Carolyn A. Miller 
Carolyn Miller 



Paula Moore 
Douglessena Morrison 



Donna Neely 
Evelyn Nickson 




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Peggy Pledger 
Cynthia Pollard 



Janet Powell 
June Powell 




Teresa Rig by 
Floretta Robinson 



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Linda Ruffin 
Jacquelyn Scott 



John Shelule 
John Singletary 



Hilton Smith 
Elsie Spruill 



lantha Staten 
Shelia Stacker 



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Chlorine Taylor 
Qulntard Taylor 



Carolyn Thomas 
Eugene Thomas 



Juanita Walker 
Dorothy Warren 



Martha Westfield 
Ellen Williams 




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Malinda Williams 




Natalie Wooten 



Fredrick Young 



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Pres. Leonard Muse; Vice President— Vinez Singletary; Sec. Eula Humphrey; Advisor— Mr. T. Simmons 



Miss Sophomore Class 



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Miss Dorothy Hinton Sophomore 
from Raleigh, North Carolina Ma- 
joring in Social Welfare, Member 
of Social Science Club, dance 
group, and N.E.A. Her hobbies 
are reading, writing and listening 
to music. 



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Nathan Alford 
Eadron Andrews 




Helen Ash 
Gloria Baucum 
Dorothy Barksdale 



Carolyn Bailey 
Janet Baldwin 



Earlene Bethel 



Thomasina Blackman 
Tanya Block 
Regina Brooks 



George Brydie 
Lillian Burrus 
Ruby Butler 



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Frances Carmichael 
Alice M. Carpenter 
Sharon Clark 



Blanche demons 
Williard Cofield 
Diane Coleman 



Brenda Cox 
Carolyn Davis 
Douglas Davis 



Larry Davis 
Mazie Dunn 
Margaret Egerton 



Brenda Byrd 
Mildred Campbell 





M4SM 



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Peggy Farrington 
Millescira Fields 
Jewel Francis 
Shirley Frazier 



Allen Gilliam 
Barbara Gill 
Sally Goodson 
Edith Haney 



Florence Hanna 
Edna Hargett 
De Linda Harris 
Eunice Harrison 



Frank Harrison 
Alma Hendson 
Elveretta Higgins 
Dorothy Hinton 



Clejetter Holt 
Enoch Hood 
Linda House 
Eula Humprey 





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Gloria Johnson 
Vivian Johnson 
Daryl Jones 
Maola Jones 



Clifton Joyner 

Mary Knight 

Naomi Lassiter 

Coliquitt • 
Lawrence 



Betsy Leech 

Glorious 
Leatherwood 

Frank McBride 

Joyce McCloud 



Gwendolyn 
McDonald 

Hermina 
McLavrin 

Phyllis 
Marshall 

Beverly 
Martin 



Billy Ray Hunter 
Sidney Ikner 




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Kathleen 
Mayo 

Essie Mernt 

William Minter 

Betty Jean 
Mitchell 



Edith Mitchell 

Robert Morgan 

Donnell 
Morris 

William 
Newkirk 



Leonard Muse 

Andrea 
Ollivierra 

Anthony 
O'Neil 

Merceedes 
Pearson 



Vera Roberson 

Harold Rodger 

Jerusha 
Rusher 

Deloris 
Samuel 



Edna M. 
Sanders 

Johnny 
Sanders 

La Tonya 
Sanders 

Annie Savage 



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Jacqueline Selby 



Daniel Simmons 




Vinez 

Singletary 

Bobbie Smith 

Geraldine Spencer 

Brenda Stewart 



Elvia Stewart 
Barbara Stover 
James Sweatt 
James Taylor 



Bertha Teele 

Nathaniel 
Venning 

Betsy Watson 

Ella Wilkins 




Willie Wills 



Linda Wilson 



Fannie Wimberly 



Donna Winters 



Viola Yeates 



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SERVICE. . . 

Student Exchange Program 
with Smith College; Northampton, Mass. 




Standing— Bottom to top: Cynnie Greenleaf, Norman Mitchell, Susie Bernat, Arthura Winston, 
Lynn Ross, Valjean Myers Seated: Francie Allen, Phyllis Sharpe, Fannie Wimberly 



Operation Beautification Week 







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January 31— February 6 



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STARTS WITH A BANG! 



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CENTENNIAL WORSHIP SERVICE 

sermon 
the right reverend 
daniel corrigan, d.d. 

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Rev. Tollie L. Caution; Dr. James A. Boyer; 
The Right Reverend Daniel Carrigan, D.D.; 
The Right Reverend Thomas A. Fraser, D.D.; 
Dr. Prezell R. Robinson 



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WOth 
ANNIVERSARY CONVOCATION 

1867-1967 

3:00 P.M. 
SUNDAY, FEBRUAKY 5, 1967 

Presiding 

Prezell R. Robinson", ET1). 
Acting President 

Processional — "Grand Choeur Dialogue" Eugene Gigout 

Jack L. Biggers, Mns.M., Organist 

Flag Bearers — lokn Harvey '68 

James Paul Williams, '69 

Invocation . Fr. Arthur J. Calloway, B.A., B.D. 

Interim Chaplain 

Musical Selection — "Omnipotence" Franz Schubert 

St. Augustine's College Choir 
Shirley M. ('oats. Mus.M., Director 

< rreetings — 

Dr. Prezell R. Robinson, Ailing President 

The Honorable Travis II. Tomlinson, Mayor of the City of Raleigh 
Trustee Eepri sentative 

Oscar 1'eay. President, National Alumni Association 

Xokmax L. Mitchell, President, Stude?it Council 

Dr. James A. Boy'er, President on Leave 



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Remarks and Introduction of Speaker 



The Right Rev. Thomas A. Frasee, D.D. 
Bishop of North Carolina 



Address C. Mathews Dick, Jr., B.A. 

Vice President, A. Tl. Dick Company 

Musical Selection — "Excerpts" from Symphony Xo. 3 ("Eroica") .. L. V. Beethoven 

The Saint Augustine's College Concert Band 

Kstiikk 1,. ('(ioke, Mns.M., Director 

Recognition of Platform Guests .. Joseph Joxes, Jr., Ph.D. 

Acting Dean of the College 

Announcements - Th;. Joseph Jones, Jr. 

Nunc Dimittis .. ----- — Arranged by Turle 

Choir and Audience 

College Ilvmii -- William A. Pekry 

Class of 1902 
< Ihoir and Audience 

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God of every nation. For Thy Missionaries, 

Every race and creed; Laboring early here, 

Lord of every creature. Building firmly for our 

Every budding seed: Alma Mater dear; 

Friends of every right and For their self-denials, 

Foe of every wrong; Joys and sorrows blest. 

Father, Son Great Spirit We give praise as now in 

Listen to our song. Paradise they rest, 

We acknowledge, worship So, with thankful hearts, we 

Love and e'er adore Thee, Worship and adore Thee, 

Father, Son, Great Spirit. Father, Son. Great Spirit, 

Holv Trinity Holy Trinity 

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All good things of Thee come For those friends and Churchmen 

Through Thine agencies Living everywhere. 

Christian lives, the Church, friends, Giving of their means to 

Services, charities. Build our College rare; 

Blessings all Thy children For all those in service 

Through eternity Using every power 

St. Augustine's College That we may enjoy this 

Thus has come from Thee. Blessed, happy hour; 

So with thankful hearts, we We give thanks to Thee, we 

Worship and adore Thee, Worship and adore Thee. 

Father, Son, Great Spirit. Father, Son, Great Spirit. 

Holv Trinity Holy Trinity 

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Ye alumni loyal 

Who have pleased and gone, 

Of your Christian lives this 

Day for us was born, 

Grant, O God. that we may 

Live as worthily, 

Passing onward greater 

Opportunity. 

So with thankful hearts, we 

Worship and adore Thee, 

Father, Son. Great Spirit, 

Holy Trinity 

Benediction 



Academic Recessional — "Be< 



•ssional" 

Jack L. Biooeks, Mus.M., Organist 



Theodore Dubois 



The dedication of Baker Hall ( Xew Girls' Dormitory) and Lynch II all ( Xew Boys Dormi- 
tory) will take place after the conclusion of the Convocation program. Everyone is invited to at- 
tend these dedication ceremonies, and the open house activities in the Benson Library. 



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OF 

NEW DORMITORIES 




women's dormitory: 
baker hall 



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in honor of reginald I. lynch, 

former professor & asst. dean 






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Congratulations to 

Dean Lynch 

Dr. Prezell Robinson, 

Dr. James Boyer, 

Rev. Arthur A. Calloway, 

Mr. Matthew Dick, Jr. 



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Bishop Fraser congratulates Dr. Boyer 
and Dr. Robinson on a job well done. 



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LEARNING. . . 



Honor Societies, Clubs 
and Organizations 




The Key of Knowledge 



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Alpha Kappa Mu 




Margaret McRae; Patricia Y. Marshall; Frank Godfrey, President; Shirley Horton 



Honors Program 




Patricia Marshall; Frank Godfrey 






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Sigma Rho Sigma 




Brenda Dowery, Ralph M. Wanjohi, Patricia Y. Marshall, Constance Clark, Dr. L. 
Oliver, Advisor 



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Colleges and Universities 




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RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 

ALTAR GUILD 





Standing: Alice Holly, Marcia McKay, Janice Booker, Mary Ford, Christine Credie, 
Carol Hagans, Gwen Thompson, Nadine Holley, Andrea Ollivieria, Margery 
Graham 



ACOLYTES 





Jessie B. Atkins, Eugene C. Thomas, Larry James, Robert Monroe, Douglas 
W. Pieper, Jerald Stevenson 



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CANTERBURY CLUB 




LAYREADERS 




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Ronald Elliott, James Williams, Mr. W. M. Fowler Bot- 
tom: Dean J. Jones, D. Morrison, Douglas W. Pieper 



USHERS 




Eugene Thomas, Ronald Elliott, Donald S. Davis, Hilton 
Smith 



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COLLEGE CHOIR 




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ART CLUB 





BIOLOGY CLUB 











BIG SISTER CLUB 




BUSINESS CLUB 




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Charles Banks, president; Hugh Gardner; Sandra Hawkins; Dennis Taylor 




COLLEGE SYMPHONIC BAND 



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Theodora K. Lawson, Carolyn Ford, 
Marcia McKay, Donna Neely, Audrey 
Kelly, Mary Machen 



DANCE CLUB 




Peggy Farrington, Johnnie Winston, Grace Morley, Rose Bland, Phyllis Long, 
Hermina Lucas, Tanya Block. 



DRAMA CLUB 




Front: Marshall Bates, Janice Maultsby, 
Anthony O'Neil, Peggy Farrington, Solo- 
mon Davis, Donna Neeley, Christine 
Byrd Back: Claude Scott, Billy Ray 
Hunter 



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ENGLISH CLUB 




Seated: Hoyie Utley, Mary Ford, Janice Maultsby, Geraldine Lancester 
Standing: Alice Holley, Geraldine Jones, Ruby Butler, Christine Byrd, Portia 
Jamison, Patricia Harris 



DORMITORY 
COUNCIL 



Vinez Singletary, Cynthia Pollard, Alces- 
ter Bryant, Barbara Foster, Annette Dil- 
lard, Linda Bailey 




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LIBRARY STAFF 




Front: Geraldine Jones Seated: Mary Ford, Janice Maultsby Back: Christine Byrd, 
Douglas W. Pieper, Ruby Butler, William Riddick 



MATHEMATICS CLUB 





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N.A.A.C.P, 




President-Sy Oliver Smith 



P.E.M. CLUB 




Vivan Johnson, Effie M. McKeechan, William Carson Peggy 
Scott 



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PEN STAFF 

Miss Brenda Dowery, Editor 



SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 



Mr. Norman Mitchell, President 
Mr. Albert Love, Vice President 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL 
November 23, 1966 

Dear Senior Class: 1967 

The Voyage of the "Saint Augustian" began in 1867, and its journey nears 
the completion of a one-hundred year Sail. While 1967 will serve as the date of 
termination for the Centennial Voyage of the "Saint Augustian," it will serve 
likewise, as the end of the sojourn of the Class of 1967 aboard Ship. 

The time is near that we must leave the "Saint Augustian," having survived 
all turbulent tides that might have swept us Overboard. Although "the Island 
of Diplomas" is now in sight, we must be determined to keep the Rudder in 
position for safe steering. 

Our Senior year is at hand, thus the Ship slows down for our departure. How- 
ever, once we have left the "Saint Augustian", we must immediately Board 
another Craft— that of graduate school or professional life. Be reminded, 
therefore, that we must keep close record of the Knots of either future Ship 
we may board, so as to be a credit to having once been a passenger of the 
"Saint Augustian." 

With hopes that the future will be one of prosperity and that the art of life 
upon the seas has been mastered. 

Very truly yours, 

Norman Mitchell, President of the Student Council 

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Basketball 






Baseball 



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Basketba 


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Name 


Position 


Height 


Weight 


Age 


Class 


Hometown 


Dickens, Peter 


C 


6-5 


220 


19 


Freshman 


Tarboro, N. C. 


*Gilmore, Raymond 


C 


6-7 


210 


18 


Freshman 


Plainfield, N.J. 


Harrison, Leslie 


G 


5-8 


210 


18 


Freshman 


Chicago, Illinois 


Hoffman, Silas L. 


F 


6-3 


175 


20 


Sophomore 


Gastonia, N. C. 


Johnson, Jerome 


G 


6-0 


175 


17 


Freshman 


Raleigh, N. C. 


Johnson, Wilbert 


G 


6-3 


200 


19 


Freshman 


Raleigh, N. C. 


Jordan, John 


F 


6-5 


195 


21 


Senior 


Miami, Florida 


**Lockette, John 


F 


6-4 


185 


20 


Junior 


Shelby, N. C. 


"March, Curtis 


C 


6-7 


215 


20 


Junior 


Columbia, S. C. 


*McKie, Leo 


G 


5-7 


150 


18 


Freshman 


Columbia, S. C. 


*McReynolds, Dwight F 


6-5 


195 


20 


Junior 


Chicago. Illinois 


Owens, Leon 


G 


6-4 


185 


19 


Freshman 


Washington, D.C. 


Whitley, Eh 


G 


6-2 


175 


18 


Freshman 


Goldsboro, N. C. 


Wiggm, William 


G 


6-2 


175 


20 


Junior 


Chicago, Illinois 


4 Mask, Nathaniel 


G 


6-2 


190 


19 


Freshman 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


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Falcons 
in 
Action 




St. Augustine's fans cheer the Falcons to victory 



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CHEERLEADERS 
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Hermina Lucas, Brenda Hassell, Barbara Langham, William Carson (Co-Captain), Patricia Harris 
(Captain), Johnnie Winston, Phyllis Long, Carolyn Miller, Brenda Jordan, Larry Pollard 



DRILL TEAM IN ACTION 




Front: Sandra Small, Vera Robinson, Edith Mitchell Back: Marilyn Moore. Carolyn Fisher. Carolyn 
Jacobs 



CORONATION 
BALL 




honor guard 




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MISS ST. AUGUSTINE'S 
Miss Juanita Sneed 




A QUEEN IS CROWNED 




QUEEN AND HER COURT 



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MISS ST. AUGUSTINE'S 




Earlene Woods 





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Miss Saint Augustine's 

Miss Juanita Sneed, our Miss St. Augustine's College, is a native of Franklin 
County, North Carolina. She is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. Inc. 
and has served on the Interdormitory council, Student Council, Pan Hellenic 
Council and the Biology Club. 

Much of her leisure time is spent in sewing and reading. She is a sports fan. Al- 
though she admits being active in sports seldom and enjoys being among peo- 
ple. "My highest aims", she says, "are to become a research biologist, marry 
and have a family." 



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Miss May Queen 
Miss Phyllis Sharpe 

Senior from Statesville, North Carolina. Majoring in Social Welfare and French. 
Member of Sigma Rho Sigma, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and Who's Who. Her 
hobbies are sewing, cooking, collecting magazines. She plans to do graduate 
work in the field of Social Welfare and French. 



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Miss U. N. C. F. 
Miss Sheila Ann Stocker Rl nioev Member of the Biology Club, 

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"And it says right here . . ." 






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"Ahh . . . Shoot two." 



"Are you sure we can cash it?" 



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ALPHA 
KAPPA 
ALPHA 




Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was founded on the campus of Howard Uni- 
versity on January 16, 1908 and initiated the movement of Greek-letter sorori- 
ties among Negro Women in America. 

Because AKA is the oldest Greek-letter sorority founded by Negro women, the 
record of its origin, growth, and development is more than an interesting chroni- 
cle of a colorful bit of college-based America. It is rather a significant and in- 
spiring reflection at the development of a minority group in a changing culture. 



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TOP— Portia Jamison, Constance B. Clark, Carol Payton, Natelie Wilson, Arthu- 
ra Winston, Gwendolyn Cutchins, Shelia Stocker, Mrs. Jacquelyn Monk BOT- 
TOM: PROBATES Pattye Jackson, Fay Harris, Alcester Bryant, Beatrice Bennett, 
Sandra Hawkins 



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Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 
Miss Gwendolyn Othelin Cutchins Junior, from Franklinton, North Carolina. Ma- 
joring in Music Education. Member of College Choir, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. 
Her hobbies are singing, instrumentation, sewing, cooking and special interest 
is recording. 



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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 princi- 
ples. These principles are to promote high academic 
standing, high moral character, personal progress and 
brotherly love. 



The "Probates" of Alpha 




Charles Bands, Joe Cannon, Reginald Stevens, Robert Shephard, Williams Riddick, Curtis March, Al- 
bert Love, Moses Gollatt, Richard Martin, Eugene Thomas, Ronald Elliott, Quintard Taylor. John Be- 
thea 



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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded in 1913 on the campus of Howard Uni- 
versity as an organization whose aims would be something more serious than so- 
cial activity. This sorority was established by twenty-two college women who 
visualized the development of a union of college women based on certain car- 
dinal principles and pledged to uphold certain lofty ideals. 

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



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Miss Omega Psi Phi 
Miss Andrea Elynn Ollivierra Sophomore, from Detroit, Michigan. Majoring in El- 
ementary Education. Member of the Elementary Club. Her hobbies are making 
ceramics and swimming. 



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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, perserverance 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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Lionel Randolph, William Allen, Robert B. Williams 






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Sigma Gamma Rho, the youngest of Greek letter col- 
legiate sororities and now an inter-racial organization 
was organized November 12, 1922 by seven young 
teachers in Indianapolis, Indiana. On December 30. 
1929, the sorority was incorporated as a National Col- 
legiate Sorority. 

Sigma Gamma Rho holds membership in: The American 



Council on Human Rights and grants a National Schol- 
arship Fund. Very greatly stressed is Sigma Teen-Town , 
a project inaugurated during the war to help curb juve- 
nile delinquency. 

The sorority strives to foster and encourage education 
and upright living among women. 



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Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 
Miss Rita Colette Thomas Senior, from Washington, D. C. majoring in Secretarial 
Science, Member of Phi Beta Lambda and NAACP. Her hobbies are bowling, 
horseback riding and Dancing. 



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Kappa Alpha Psi was founded in 1927. 

The fundamental purpose of Kappa Alpha Psi is 
achievement in all fields of human endeavor. As a bond 
we are striving hard to gain the best life has to offer. 



Former Scrollers . . . Future Kappas 




Dwight Peebles. Reginald Elliott. Charley Bevin, Garnett Martin. William Freeman. Herman Reid, 
Norman Mitchell, Frank Harris. Eddie L. Turner. Henry King. Seabron Johnson 



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Norma Howie, Carolyn Miller, Hoyie Utley, Jerelene Locas, Not Shown: Jessie Dewar 




The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was founded on the campus of Howard University, 
January 12, 1902. It was suggested to Arizona Cleaver by Charles Robert Sa- 
muel 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 es- 
tablish the true worth of womanhood through excellence in educational achieve- 
ment, human service and patriotic citizenship. 



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Miss Phi Beta Sigma 
Miss Edith Galloway 

Senior, from Beaufort, South Carolina. Majoring in Business Education. Member 
of Phi Beta Lambda. Her hobbies are stamp collecting, reading, sewing and pho- 
tography. 

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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 render- 
ing service. 

The three great ideals of Phi Beta Sigma are embodied 
in the philosophy— "Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Ser- 
vice." 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. 



•We're almost there!" 




Vernon Perry, Mayo Phillips, Bradford Howard, Harold Rogers, Melvin Whitaker 



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Art Show 





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Special Assembly— 
Dr. John Hope Franklin— Speaker 




Sigma Rho Sigma 

Teacher Recognition Day 

Dr. W. W. Johnson and Mrs. E. Morgan 




Sharon Beaumont 
Twirler 




The Superbs 
Brenda Byrd. Valjean Myers, Gwendolyn Cutchins. Edna Marie Sanders 



Mrs. J. Williams 
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ACTIVITIES 






Administration and Staff 




Alberta Hunt. Dean of Women, holds a B.S., Hampton Institute; M.A., Colum- 
bia University; Further study, Boston University, University of California 




Charles C. Alston. Dean of Students, holds a A.B., 
Shaw University; M.A., New York University; Further 
study. North Carolina College. University of West Vir- 
ginia 




Mr. I. E. Spraggms. Registrar, B.S.. Wilberforce University; M. Litt. University 
of Pittsburgh; Further study. University of Pittsburgh; University of Texas 




Mr J Mills Holloway. Business Manager, received his B.S.. North Carolina 
College, Further study University of Omaha. 




Dean Christopher Gray, Dean of men. 




Dr. Joseph Jones. Executive Dean, B.S., Morris 
Brown College; M.S., Northwestern University 
Ph.D., Ohio State University 



Division of Education 





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Dr. Marguerite M. Adams; 
Professor of Education, A.B., 
M.A., Howard University; 
Ed.D., Columbia University 



Mrs. D. E Ball; Elementary 
Education, B.S., South 
Carolina State; MA, 
Columbia University 



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



Mr. Earl K. Curry; Physical 
Education, B.S., Paine College, 
M.S. North Carolina College 




Mrs. Etta M. Eason; B.S.. 
M.A., North Carolina College; 
New York University 



Minnie T. Forte; B.S., M.A., 
Ph.D., State College, 
Fayetteville; North Carolina 
College 



Mr. Willis Fowler; Business, 
B.S., Hampton; M.A., New 
York University 



Dr. Frissel W. Jones; 
Chairman, Division of 
Education, Coordinator of 
Student Teaching, B.S., 
Hampton Institute; M.Ed, and 
D.Ed., Pennsylvania State 
University 




Miss Nancy D Pinckney; 
Physical Education, B.S., 
Allen University; M.S., 
Indiana University 



Dr. Puri; Chairman of 
Business Department. 
B.A., Government College 
India; M.A., M.B.A., Atlanta 
University; Ph D 
Commerce University in 
India 



Mr. Frederick D. Ponder; 
Physical Education, B.S., 
North Carolina College: 
M.S. 

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Thomas W. Simmons; 
Education, B.S., Tuskegee 
Institute; M.Ed. 



Mable B. Wright; B.S.C., 
M.S.C., North Carolina 
College; Pennsylvania 
State University 



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Division of Humanities 





Mr. Jack Biggers; 
Music, B.M., University 
of Illinois; M.M., 
University of Illinois 



Howard Burchette; B.C., 
A.&T. College; M.S., 
A.&T. College 



Father Calloway; 
Religious Education, 
B.S., St. Augustine's 
College; B.Th., 
Philadelphia Divinity 
School 



Mrs. Shirley Coats; 
Music, B.A., Xavier 
University; MM.. 
Louisiana State 
University 



Miss E. L. Cooke; Music 
Department, B.M., 
Howard University; 
M.M., Eastman School 

of Music 




Max Dardeau; French. 
B.L.. B.P., St. Martial's 
College; M.A.. University 
of Haiti 



Julia A. Delany; B A , 
Shaw University; M.A., 
Columbia University 



Mrs. Friedlander; 
English, M.A.T., B.A., 
University of North 
Carolina; Roosevelt 
University 



Dr. Albert W. Grauer; 
Head Music 

Department. B.M.. B.S.. 
M.A., Western Reserve 
University. Ph.D. 



Mr. Charles E 
Gregory; English. 
M.A.. Duquesne 
University 




Mr. Dillignham 
McDaniel; Chairman 
English 

Department. A.B., 
Fisk University. 
M.A., Fish University 



Mrs. Lorna 
McDaniel; Music, 
B.S./Juillard School 
of Music; M.S. 



Elizabeth A 
Morgan; B.A., M.A., 
University of North 
Carolina 



Mrs. Lula Robinson: 
Religious Education. 
B.S., Fort Valley 
State: M.R.E., Fort 
Valley State 



Mr. John Sekora; 
English, A.B., 
Bradley'University; 
A.M., Princeton 
University; Work on 
Ph.D., Princeton 
University 



Mrs. Juanita 
Williams; English, 
B.A.. St. 
Augustine's College 



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Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics 





Mr. Milton A. Bivins; B.S. 
Biology 



Dr. Prodyot Dutt; 
Mathematics 



Dr. Jeffrey Gipson; B.S. & Mr. R. Hudson; B.S. & 

M.S., Ph.D. Chemistry M.S. Chemistry 



Mr. W. B. Inborder; 
Physics & Math, B.S. 
Engineering 




Dr. W. W. Johnson; B.S. 
Biology 



Mrs. G. Martin; M.S. Math 



Dr. A. Richardson; 
Biology 



Mrs. Weatherford; 

Matehmatics 



Dr. D. E. Young; B.S. & 
M.S. Ph.D. Biology 



Division of Social Sciences 




Mr. W. Allen; B.A. & 
M.A. Sociology 



Mrs. S. 
M.A. H 



Dr. 
Soc 



Babbs; B.S. & 

story 



L. Oliver; Ph.D. 
ology 



Mr. C. Coble; B.S. & 
M.S. Science 

Dr. E. Schwertman; 
B.A., M.A. & Ph.D.' 
History 



Dr. N. Dawes; A.B. 
History 
Administrative Asst. 



Dr. Sinha 



Dr. W. A. Gaines; A.B. 

Sociology 










Library Staff 




Mrs. Dorothy 


Mrs. Ophelia 


Mrs. Georgia F. 


Mrs Pun 


Mrs. Ruth B.Walker; Library Assistant. 


Mrs. Catherine H. Winters 


Chapman; 


Irving; B.A., Clark 


Mulligan; MSLS 


Assistant in the 


B.A. Degree 


M.L.S. Degree 


Assistant 


University, MLS, 




Library 






Librarian, B.S., 


Syracuse 










Tuskegee 


University 










Institute; M.S. 












Carnegie Library 












School 













Dormitory Directresses 




Ruth D. Hicks: St. Augustine's College. A.&T. 
College Elementary Education, Goold Hall. 
Maude P. Smith; Tuskegee Normal, Hampton 
Institute, Goold Hall 



Mrs. Pitts; Tuttle Hall 



Mrs. Clara M. Wilson; Lincoln 
Secretarial School, Baker Hall 



Mrs Margaret L Shelley 
Attended N.C.C.; Delany 
Building 



Public Dining 
Department of Health Relations Commons 




Dr. W W McDowell: College 
Physician, B.S., M.D., Meharry 
Medical College 



Miss Delia M. Moore: College Nurse. R.N . 
Saint Agnes School of Nursing 



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Mr. Purdie Anders; B.A., 
M.S., Work on Ph.D. 



Mrs. Diane T. Brown; Dietitian, 
B.S., Tuskegee Institute 




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Robbie Thomas 
Anna Thompson 
Barbara Thorpe 
Nellie Umpstead 
Warranette Vaughan 



Donald Weathers 
Carolyn Webb 
Alvin Wesson 
Bessie White 
Ann Whitecar 



Yvonne Wilkins 
Shirley Wilkins 
Almelita Williams 
Clathera Williams 
Inez Williams 



Joann Williams 
Margaret Williams 
Virginia Dell Williams 
Willie Manv Williams 
Isiah Wilson 



Johnnie Winston 
Arthur Wise 
Earlene Woods 
Joan Wood 
Gwendolyn Wright 



Esco Yancy 
Dorothy Yates 
Ethel Young 
Barbara Herritt 
Bernice Hinton 



Melvadme Hamn 



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Administrative Secretaries 
and Assistants 




Mrs. Millie D. Veasey; B.A.. St. Augus- Mrs. Mane M. Gibbs; Assistant Sec- Miss Nannie Alsbrook; Secretary to 

tine's College; Secretary to the Presi retary to the President; Barnes Busi- the Dean; B.S., St. Augustine's College 
dent ness College 



Mrs. Laura Wise; Assistant Sec- 
retary to Dean; Attended Ameri- 
can University 




Miss Ruby Austin; Secretary to Dean of Mrs. Irene Brown; Secretary to Dean Miss Ruth S. Knox; Secretary to the 

Students; A. A. Mornstown College of Students; B.S.. A.&T. College Registrar, B.S., North Carolina College 



Miss Paulette Cannady; Assistant 
Secretary to the Registrar; B.A., 
St. Augustine's College 




Miss Helen Galloway; Secretary to Ad- 
ministrative Aid; B.S., St. Augustine's 
College 




Mrs. Rosa Curtis; Faculty Secretary; 
Payne's Business College and Secre- 
tarial School 




Mrs. Margaret W Ransdell: Secretary to 
the Business Manager; B.A., St. Augus- 
tine's College 



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Business Office 




Julius H. Barbee; Chief Accoun- 
tant; B.S., North Carolina College 

Mrs. Nancy Wall; Billing Clerk 



Mrs. Boykins; College 
Bookstore 



Mr. Lawrence Bradley; Industrial Mrs. June Kay Campbell; Assis- 
Education and Building Construe- tant Secretary to Business Man- 
tion; B.S., A.&T. College ager; Attended Shaw University 



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Mrs. Katie L Fitts; Cashier 



Miss Joyce Hawkins; Secretary; 
Raleigh Business College 



Mrs. Newkirk; College 
Bookstore 



Mrs. Zelda R. Ponder; Records 
Clerk; B.S., North Carolina Col 
lege 




James Reid. Jr.; Accountant; 
B.S., North Carolina College 



Mrs. Beatrice W. Richardson; George Sanders; Accountant; Mr. Bernice B. Taylor: B.S.. St. 
Secretary to Maintenance Dept; B.A., St. Augustine's College: Augustine's College; Mainte 
Raleigh Business College M.B.A. North Carolina College nance Institute, A.&T. College 



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This has been a presentation to the various activities which have taken their per- 
spective places from the founding of Saint Augustine's College to its Centennial 
Celebration. 

To the advisors and staff who have worked diligently toward the publication of 
this book, the editors extend our sincere appreciation for your many efforts. 
Also, we extend special thanks to the administration, faculty and student body 
for the cooperation received. 

Best wishes to Saint Augustine's College and the people who will make the forth- 
coming years as successful as these past one hundred years. 

TO SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE-Congratulations for a century of Service, 
Learning and Growth. 

Editor-in-Chief 
Margery Graham 

Elizabeth Washington 



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Editors 

Betty W. 
Margery G. 

Typists 

"Mickey" 

Vinez 
Betty M. 
Betty B. 

Advisors 

Mrs. E. M. Eason 

Mr. W. Fowler 
Mrs. A. Richardson 



Our Hardworking Staff 



Layout 

Carol 

Gwen 

Lorraine 

Art 

Donna N. 
James 

Candid 
Photography 

Bill 




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AUTOGRAPHS 




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The Class of 1967 



Presents . . . 



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Special Assembly 




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Mr, Julian Bond: Member of the House of Representatives; Georgia State Legislature 

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Class 
Night 




Alumni Luncheon 




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President's 
Reception 




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Flag Raising 
Baccalaureate Service 




Commencement 



Exercises 





'St. Augustine's College will live in our hearts and minds forever.' 



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