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THE SENIOR CLASS OF 

1963 

PRESENTS THE 

SHAW 




UNIVERSITY 
BEAR 



Editor Vernon B. Eure 

Assistant Editor Anne Squires 

Sports Stafford Bullock 

Art Editor Joann Reedy 

Copy Editors EveKn A. Clay 

Stella Little 

Lay Out Editors Elaine Maddox 

Sandra Miles 
Business Manager Wendell Edwards 




HENRY MARTIN TUPPER 

1865-1893 

Founder and first President of Shaw University 



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FOREWORD 

"He that governs well leads the blind, 
But he that teaches gives them eyes." 

The class of 1963 presents to you a picturesque view of our 
most treasured moments during the past four years at Shaw 
University by taking you on a tour of the campus, a campus 
which we now bid adieu. 

The .Senior class has worked hard and diligently to uphold 
the ideals and principles of this institution. We feel that as 
time moves on, the underclassmen will keep the spirit of 
Shaw University alive, for we will always treasure the hard- 
ships, as well as the times of fun, that we have shared here. 

In years to come, we hope that the underclassmen will 

look upon this book as an incentive to strive zealously, cour- 
geously and intelligently until their ambitions are realized. 
We present this Bear with the faith that a better self, a better 
community, a better nation, and ultimately a better world 
may be developed by those who may have gained incenti\'e 
from the ideas contained herein. If this is done, then the 
class of 1963 feels that the Bear shall have served its purpose, 
and with this we can leave our underclassmen, faculty, and 
staff with pleasant memories and a brighter future. 

Assistant Editor, 
Anne .Squires 




CONTENTS 

Foreword 4 

President and Message 13 

Dedication 14 

In Memoriam 16 

Administration 17 

Faculty and Staff 24 

School of Religion 33 

Seniors 37 

Underclassmen 64 

Queens 85 

Organizations 106 

Greeks 123 

Events 133 

Sports 142 

School Directory 157 



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MESERVE HALL 
Upon enterinj East Campus, one sees a portion of our magnificent institution. The building 
at the right of the entrance is Meserve Hall, the home of many of our female instructors. 




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ESTEY HALL 
Estey Hall, home of our freshman women, exudes an atmosphere conducive to getting ad- 
justed, as well as learning the best methods of studying. 




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SHAW HALL 
Shaw Hall, erected m 1871 and named in honor of Elijah Shaw is a dormitory for women 
students of ad\'anced classification. 




SCIENCE HALL 
Science Hall, erected in 1925, was a gift of the General Education Board. It has excellent 
equipment for the departments of Chemisin,-, Biology and Physics, and contains classrooms 
and office space. 




TUPPER HALL 

Tupper Hall, originally erected in 1906, used first as an industrial into a men's dormitory in 1946. It is named in honor of Shaw's 

building and later as a gymnasium, was redesigned and converted founder, Dr. Henry Martin Tupper. 




CAMPUS INN 
The Campus Inn was erected on East Campus in 1953. It has seating capacity of approxi- 
mately 100. It is of modern design and has a unit in which is housed the university book store. 



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SPAULDING GYMNASIUM 
The C. C. Spaulding Gymnasium erected in 1947-48, a modem g>-mnasium, named in honor 
of Mr. C. C. Spaulding of Durham, North Carolina, was completed in 1948. 




LEONARD BUILDING 
The Leonard Building was formerly the Leonard Medical Building. classrooms; and on the third floor, the Leonard Chapel and labora- 
It was bu.lt m 1871. In 1942 this buildmg was completely renovated tories for foods, clothing, and art of the Home Economics Depart- 
so that now it provides on the first and second floors offices and ment. 




TYLER HALL 
Tyler Hall, erected in 1910, was formerly the hospital building but in 1949 an annex was erected providing stack capacity for forty thou- 
now the library. This building was named after the late Dr. Robert sand books. A grant from the General Education Board assisted in 
B. Tyler, an alumus of Washington, D. C., through whose generous this project, 
gifts the renovation into use for a library was made possible. In 



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Greenleaf Hall was erected in 1879 and named in honor of Orick H. Greenleaf. It 
contaim the University auditorium and the Dining Hall. 



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WEST CAMPUS 
The Old Rex Hospital, property comprising three building units ministrative offices, Student Center, Business Department, small 
and a heating plant was purchased from Wake County in 1949. It auditorium and conference room, 
has been converted into Administration Building, housing ad- 




PRACTICE COTTAGE 

The Home Economics Practice Home was erected in 1940-41. It is an attractive and well- 
equipped modern demonstration home which serves as residence for home economics majors 
at stated intervals. 



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CHALLENGE TO THE GR.\DUATES 
1963 
May you remember that you are entering a complex life whose requirements are 
becoming increasingly demanding and that man is the creature of God: that he is 
created for freedom. lo\e. responsibilit)-, and service to all humanity. As you enter 
the larger society, may \ou always demonstrate a sense of mission and a spirit so 
steeped in godly things that you \dll ha\e the dedication, moral \alues. and readi- 
ness to respond to goodness, beauty, and truth. To render the most dedicated senice 
at a time when the contours of knowledge are changing so fast, you must keep 
your intellectual inventory current and must be prepared to revise and revamp 
your knowledge and skills as you move into the deeper current of today's and to- 



morrow's world. 



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Nelson H. Harris 
Interim President 



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DEDICATION 

To a person whom we honor for ha\ing made so many 
of us reahze our potentialities; 

One who has given her selfless devotion to the well- 
being of every student within her sphere of influence; 

One who has upheld her high scholastic standards in 
the classroom, and in other areas of endeavor 
throughout the years; 

One to whom much credit is due for having been such a 
dynamic personality in all phases of our college com- 
munity; 

One who has been our guide and inspiration in all our 
successes and failures; 

One who has constantly reminded us that "not failure, 
but low aim, is crime;" 

One whom we shall always love and honor, and, above 
all, thank God for. 



For your supreme guidance, your unending kindness 
and consideration, and your deep understandings we 
DEDICATE to you. Dr. Wilmoth A. Carter, this, our 
1963 edition of "The Shaw Bear." 





Dr. Leonard McCauley 
University Physician 



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Mrs. Ada Jamagin 
Secretary to President 



Dr. Moses N. DeLaney 
Head, Department of Religion 



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Dr. Nelson H. Harris 
Interim President 




Mr. D. H. Keck 
University Secretary 



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Dr. Foster P. Payne 
Dean of College 



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Mrs. Martha W. Wheeler 
Registrar of College 



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Miss Carrie L. Harrison 
Dean of Women 




Mr. J. F. Lasane 
Dean of Men 



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Mr. Charles C. Murphy 
Acting Business Manager 



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Dr. John H. Tilley 
Director of Public Affairs 



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Dr. James E. Thomas 
University Physician 



Mrs. Thelma M, Keck 
Publicity Director 

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Dr. Nelson H. Harris 
Interim President 




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BUSINESS 






DR. HORACE B. DAVIS 
Department Head 



MRS. LIZZIE CREWS 



MR. JAMES K. KOFA 



EDUCATION 






MRS. CLARA B. JENKINS 



MRS. ELIZABETH COEFIELD 



DR. MINNIE T. FORTE 



ENGLISH 





MISS MADELYNE WATSON 
Department Head 



MRS. BARBARA GRISSOM 




DR JOHN PARKER 




MISS RUTH STEWARD 



Not Pictured: 
Dr. Henderson Kincheloe and Dr. Jack Suberman 



FINE ARTS 






MR. HARRY GIL-SMYTHE 
Department Head 



MR. CLYDE APPLETON 



MISS VICTORIA MORRIS 



HOME ECONOMICS 





MISS CARRIE HARRISON 
Department Head 



LANGUAGES 





MRS. M.\MIE L. SPAUGH 




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MR. LENOIR H. COOK 

Department Head 26 



MR. THOMAS E. KEE 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 





MR. JAMES E. LYTLE 
Department Head 





MRS. VIVI.\N S.\XSOM 



MR. ROBERT JACKSON 



RELIGION 





MR. ROBERT HOOPER 
Department Head 




MISS MILDRED McTVRE 



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SCIENCE 




MR. HERSHEL IRONS 
Department Head 




MR. JOHN MORGAN 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 




DR. C.^RL E. DeVANE 
Department Head 




DR. RAJENDRA K. DE 




MRS. VIRGINIA NEWELL 




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DR. MARGUERITE M. ADAMS 




DR. VICENTE HERNANDEZ 




MR. GEORGE THOMAS SR. 




MR. LORENZO BATTLE, III 



DR. WILMOTH A. CARTER 



MR. CHARLES B. ROBSON 




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LIBRARY 






MRS. BERMCE F. RAINBOW 
Head Librarian 



MISS ROBENA BRADLEY 



MRS. ROSA D. LYONS 




PERSONNEL 




MRS. NURRY JOHNSON 





MRS. OLIVIA J. AKRIDGE 



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MRS. LILLIAN JOHNSON 
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MRS. LULA E. YOUNG 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 





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MISS LILLIE MAE DUNN 



MRS, THELMA M. KECK 



MRS. ROBERTA F. LIGHTNER 



REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 






MRS. ERNESTINE R HAMLIN 



MRS. LOUISE W. LEWIS 



MRS. BEATRICE SPRAGGINS 



BUSINESS OFFICE 




MR. LAWRENCE E. ALLEN 




MRS. H. ELNORA KEE 
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MRS. JUSTINE MILLIARD 



MAIN TEXAXCE .\XD CAFETERIA 




MR. CECIL COINS 

Bookstore 
Buddings and Grounds 




MR. HAROLD T.AYLOR 
Campus Inn 



DIETITIAX 




DINING HALL WORKERS 



MR. HARRY JOHNSON 




MRS. L. HILL, MR. WILLIE BASS, MR. J. JONES, MRS. M. ROBINSON, MRS. N. 
MILLS & MR. JOHNSON 

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SECRETARIES 




MRS. LAVONNE H. BIVINS 
University Counselor's Office 





MRS. MILDRED HOOKER 
University Dean's Office 



MRS. MARY SMITH 
Registrar's Office 



SWITCHBOARD 





MRS. LAVOLIA P. PRIDGEON 



MRS. LAURA KAY 



PERSONAL SERVICES 




MR. EUGENE HOWELL 
Maintenance Engineer 





MRS. HARRIET S JONES 
Laundry Directress 



MRS. VIOLA PULLEN 
University Nurse 



STAFF 







DR, FREDERICK WEST 



RABBI ABE W. SHOEN 



RABBI LEO J. STILLPASS 



Divinity Students at work 



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The call for a trained and devoted christian ministry 
was never more urgent than it is today. The urgency of 
the call is national and international in importance as we 
gird ourselves to meet the challenge of an all enveloping 
world of social revolution. To meet this challenge The 
Shaw University School of Religion seeks to add new in- 
sights and methods to the tried and worthy Christian ex- 
periences of the past. 



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Why wait for someone else when 




you can do it yourself? 



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DIVINITY SCHOOL STUDENTS 





BENJAMIN DANIELS 



JOSEPH DEMPSEY 



JOHN D. ELLIS 






DANIEL N. HOWARD 



CLYDE JOHNSON 



CHARLES R. MOSELY 






ROBERT E PAGE 



ROLAND W. PERRY 



ADDISON WILLIAMS 





LEO WILLIAMS JR. 



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CECIL R MITCHELL 



REMARKS 
FROM 
OUR 
DEAN 




TO MEMBERS OF THE SHAW UNIVERSITY CLASS OF 1963 

The members of the Payne family join me in greetings, congratulations, and best 
wishes to you as you approach the end of your academic sojourn at Shaw University 
and as you enter upon citizenship in the world community of educated men and 
women. 

It is my hope that the skills, the experiences, and the knowledge which you have 
acquired here have given you those competencies which will assure you satisfaction 
and success in the years ahead. As sons and daughters of a Christian centered col- 
lege, we shall expect you to work and live "Pro Christo Et Humanitate." 

You go forth from an institution which, for just two years short of a century, has 
sent forth men and women into the various areas of human endeavor. As mem- 
bers of the ever-growing Shaw Family, we shall expect you to manifest in words and 
deeds those qualities of learning, character, and service which you have acquired 
here. You go forth with the best wishes, the confidence, and the great expectations 
of the Shaw Family. 



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Foster P. Payne 
Dean of the College 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



FIRST ROW left to right. Stafford Bullock. President: Mattic 
Leggett. Assistant Secretary: Stella Little. Secretary-: La Verne Black- 
well, Business Manager; Cullen Bridgers. Sergeant-at-.^rms: Janice 
House, Student Council Representative: Wendell Edwards. Assist- 



ant Business Manager: BACK ROW Bruce Eure. Vice-president: 
Evelyn Clay. Reporter, Ellen Spivey, Parliamentarian: Charles 
Earl. Chaplain. 




FRANK ABBOTT 

Sunday School: 'B.S.U.; S.C.A. 



VELMA R. ADAMS 

English 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Who's 

Who; English Club; Jr. Counselor; 

S.C.A. ; Bear Staff; Shaw Journal. 




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CONSTANCE ALSTON 
Elementary Education 
N.A.A.C.P.; S.N.E.A.; Al- 
pha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 
Sunday School; B.S.U. 




HOWARD ANDERSON 
Religion 

Chorale Society; Theologi- 
cal Fraternity; N.A.A.C.P.; 
Sunday School; Intramural 
Basketball. 




ANN ANTHONY 
Elementary Education 
Ivy Leaf Club; Choir. 



*A11 abbreviated organizations are found on page 157. 



VIRGINIA M. AVERY 
Elementary Education 
Ivy Leaf Club; S.N.E.A.; Alpha Rho 
Tau Art Society. 



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Physical Education 
Physical Education Club. 



MAMIE EVANS BAILEY 
Elementar>' Education 
S.N.E.A. 





WILLIE BATCHELOR 
Elemental^' Education 
S.N.E.A. 



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HATTIE E, BLACKWELL 
Elementan,- Education 
Women's Choir; Women's Personnel 
Council; S.C.A.; S.N.E.A. 



MAMIE G. BELTOX 
Sociology 

University Chorale Society; Science 
Club ; Square Dance Group ; W' om- 
en's Choir; Fashionettes. 





LaVERNE BLACKWELL 
Business Education 

Alpha Kappa .Alpha Sorority; Bear 
Staff; University Chorale Society; So- 
cial Science Club; Business Club; 
Fashionettes. 



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MARIE BOND 

Sociology 

University Chorale Society; Square 

Dance Group; Women's Choir; Social 

Science Club; S.C.A.; Bear Staff: 

U.N.CF. 

TIMOTHY J. BO^ER 

Religion 

Theological Fraternity; B.S.U.; 

S.C.A,: Sunday School; University 

Choir. 



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JAMES C. BRIDGERS 
Physical Education 

N.A.A.C.P. ; University Choir; 

S.C.A. i B.S.U.; Physical Education 
Club: Track; Men's Personnel Coun- 
cil. 





STAFFORD G. BULLOCK 
English 

English Club; Phi Beta Sigma Fra- 
ternity; Bear Staff; Pan-Hellenic 
Council; Dramatics Club. 

NETTIE BVNUM 
Elementary Education 
Junior Counselor; Alpha Rho Tau ; 
N.A.A.C.P.; Women's Choir; Wom- 
en's Personnel Council; Usher's 
Union; S.C.A. ; Miss S.N.E.A. 



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JAMES CARTER 
Physical Education 

Football; Baseball; Physical Educa- 
tion Club. 




WADERS CAMPBELL. JR, 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club; S.N.E.A. 
N.A.A.C.P.; B.S.U.; Veterans Club. 




ALLIE D. CLARK 
Business Education 
Business Education Club. 



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EVELYN A. CLAY 

English 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; S.C.A.; 

Bear Staff ; Shaw Journal ; English 

Club; Student Council; Women's 

Personnel Council; S.N.E.A.; Junior 

Counselor; Who's Who; N.A.A.C.P. 



PATRICL\ COOPER 
English 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Eng- 
lish Club ; S.N.E.A. ; Shaw Journal ; 
Dramatics Club; U.N.C.F. 




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JOSEPHINE DANCY 
Physical Education 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; Shaw- 
ettes; Physical Education Club; Cheer- 
ing Squad; Usher Board; Square 
Dance Group; S.N.E.A.; S.C.A.; 
Women's Personnel Council; Attendant 
to Miss Senior. 



ANNA M. DAVIS 
Elementary Education 
Women's Personnel Council; Wom- 
en's Choir; S.C.A. ; B.S.U. ; S.N.E.A.; 
Creative Art Club; Alpha Rho Tau ; 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; Bear Staff; 
Who's Who. 




H. T. DAVIS 

Mathematics 

Scroller Club; Math Club; 

Basketball; S.N.E.A. 




MILTON M. DAVIS 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club. 



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OPHELIA D. DAVIS 

English 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; S.C.A. ; 

Shaw Journal; English Club; 

S.N.E.A.; Dramatics Club; U.N.C.F. 



PATRICK H. DAVIS 

Religious Education 

S.C.A.; B.S.U. ; University Chorale 

Society. 




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ROY McCOY DAY 

Physical Education 

Physical Education Club; Baseball; 

S.N.E.A.; Intramural Basketball. 

INEZ PHYLLIS DEAN 

Physical Education 

Physical Education Club ; Shawettes ; 

Fashionettes; S.N.E.A.; Alpha Kappa 

Alpha Sorority; N.A.A.C.P. 



JAMES DEW 

EIementar>' Education 

Scroller Club; Intramural Basketball; 

S.NEA. 



PAUL TERRY DIGGS 

Physical Education 

Physical Education Club ; Baseball ; 
University Choir; Intramural Basket- 
ball. 





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JOANNE PRETTY DUNN 

Elementary Education 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority ; Shaw 

Players; Women's Choir; Shawettes; 

Fashionettes. 

CHARLES A. EARLE 
English 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Student 
Council ; English Club ; S.C. A. ; 
B.S.U.; N.A.A.C.P.; Shaw Players; 
Shaw Journal; Sunday School; In- 
ternational Relations Club ; Junior 
Counselor; Pan Hellenic: Who's Who; 
Men's Personnel Council. 



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WENDELL EDWARDS 

Physical Education 

Physical Education Club; Student 

Council; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; 

Bear Staff. 



YVONNE EDWARDS 

Physical Education 

University Chorale Society; Shaw- 

ettes; Square Dance Group; Alpha 

Kappa Alpha Sorority; Dramatics 

Club; Women's Choir; Physical Ed. 

Club; S.C.A. 





VERNON BRUCE EURE 

Sociology 

Bear Staff; Shaw Players; N.A.A.C.P. ; 

Social Science Club; Sunday School; 

B.S.U. 



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GEORGIA EXUM 

Sociology 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Shaw 

Journal; Dramatics Club. 



LENA MAE FOUST 

Elementary Education 

S.N.E.A. ; Usher Board; Women's 

Choir; Women's Personnel Council; 

S.C.A. 




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HERBERT FREEMAN 
Elemenlarv' Education 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; College 
Choir; S.N.E.A.; Alpha Rho Tau 
Art Club. 




JAMES FOX 
Elementary- Education 
Basketball; Kappa Alpha Psi Frater- 
nity-. 




PAULINE FREEMAN 
Elementary' Education 
S.X.E.A. 



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ANNETTE GLEE 
Business Education 

I\7 Leaf Club; Shaw Journal; Busi- 
ness Education Club; S.X.E.A.; 
N.A.A.C.P. ; Jr. Counselor; Women's 
Choir; Shawettes; University Chorale 
Society; U.N.C.F.; Square Dance 
Group. 



LAVERNE L. GODETTE 

Business Education 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority: Busi- 
ness Education Club; S.C.A.; 
S.N.E.A. 



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BARBARA JEAN HAILES 
Elementary Education 
Aurora Club; S.N.E.A.; B.S.U. 
S.C.A.; Sunday School; N.A.A.C.P. 
Shawettes; Alpha Rho Tau Art Club 
Creative Art Club. 

BARBARA MORRIS HALL 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A. 



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LOUIS HALL 
Sociology 

S.C.A.; B.S.U. ; Sunday School; Ush- 
er's Union; Who's Who; Social 
Science Club; Bear Staff; Men's Per- 
sonnel Council; Junior Counselor. 





SAMUEL HARRIS 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club; 
Basketball. 



Intramural 



WILLIAM HARTSFIELD 
Physical Education 
Baseball ; Physical Education 
Sphin.x Club. 



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KAYREITHA DIVAN HIGH 

Business Education 

Student Council; Shauettes; Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority; Social Com- 
mittee; Women's Personnel Council; 
S.C. A. : Miss Sophomore ; May 
Queen Attendant. 

PERCY L. HIGH 
Pre-Theology 

Who's Who; Omega Psi Phi Frater- 
nity; Student Council; Theological 
Fraternity; N.A.A.C.P.; B.S.U. : S.C. A. 



TOMMIE HEAD 

Physical Education 

Sphinx Club ; Physical Education 

Club; Dance Group; Baseball. 




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JANICE ELAINE HOUSE 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A.; University Choir; Dramat- 
ics Club; Student Council; Pyramid 
Club; Miss Freshman; Miss Basket- 
ball; Attendant to Miss Senior; So- 
cial Science Club: S.C. A.; Shauettes; 
U.N.C.F. 

LOUISE MASON JOHNSON 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A. 



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JOSEPHINE GeVONNE 

LANGFORD 
Business Education 

Dramatics Club; Women's Choir; 
Business Club. 



HARRY CLINTON KORNEGAY 
Physical Education 

Football; University Choir; Physical 
Education Club; Square Dance 
Group; N.A.A.C.P. 





MATTIE MAE LEGGETT 

English 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Shaw 

Journal; Dramatics Club; English 

Club; S.N.E.A.; U.N.C.F. 



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JAMES LONG 

Ph>'sical Education 

S.N.E.A.; Football; Men's Personnel 

Council; Physical Education Club. 



STELLA JOYCE LITTLE 
Physical Education 

N.A.A.C.P.; S.N.E.A.: Physical Edu- 
cation Club; Intramural Board; Ush- 
er Board; Fashionettes; Shaw Journal; 
Bear Staff; S.C.A, ; Ivy Leaf Club; 
U.N.C.F.; Shawettcs. 





JOAN O. McCRIMMON 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A. 



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DOROTHY L. McKINNIE 
Elementary Education 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; S.N.E.A. , 
Creative Art Club. 



MITCHELL McGUIRE 
Mathematics 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Math 
Club; L'niversity Chorale Society; In- 
tramural Basketball. 





CHARLES McKINZEY 

Physical Education 

Football; Physical Education Club. 



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BARBARA ANN MALONE 
Elementary Education 
University Chorale Society; 
N.A.A.C.P.; S.C.A. 



ELAINE L. MADDOX 

Home Economics 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority ; S.N.E.A. ; 
Shaw Journal; Bear Staff; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Student Council; 
U.N.C.F. 





PATRICIA C. MALONE 

English 

English Club; N.A.A.C.P.: Ivy Leaf 

Club. 



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JAMES THOMAS MARROW 
Biology 



JAMES RUSSELL MATHIS 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity ; Intra- 
mural Basketball. 




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CHARLES MICHAEL 
Biology 

Track; Biology Club; Stat- 
istician for Basketball, 
Track, Football, Baseball ; 
N.A.A.C.P. ; Student Coun- 
cil ; Omega Psi Phi Frater- 
nity. 




ARLENE MILES 
Elementary Education 
S.N.E.A.; Pyramid Club. 




SANDRA JEAN MILES 

Sociology 

S.N.E.A. ; University Choir; Sunday 

School; N.A.A.C.P.; Bear Staff; Shaw 

Journal; S.C.A. ; Women's Choir. 



HELEN CHARLES MILLER 
Business Education 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; B.S.LI. 
Business Education Club; S.N.E.A. 




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DORIS GEXXETTE MONK 

Business Education 

Business Club: Social Science Club; 
Women's Personnel: U.N.C.F. ; 

S.C.A. ; Pyramid Club; Lampodas 
Sweetheart; Miss Junior. 



JUDITH CAROL MOORE 
Mathematics 

Pyramid Club; Math Club; Student 
Council; Bear Staff; N.A.A.C.P.; Uni- 
versity Council; Disciplinary Com- 
mittee. 




ANDREW S. MWANGI 
Sociology 

S.C.A. ; B.S.U.; Social 
Science Club; Christian Ed- 
ucation Club. 




BETTY JEAN XEWSOME 
Elementary Education 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; Stu- 
dent Council ; Alpha Rho 
Tau Art Society: S.N.E.A.; 
Creative .^rt Club. 



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ELEAXOR FR.'WCES NUNN 

Biolog>' 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 

N.A.A.C.P.; Biology Club; Student 

Council; Bear Staff; Pan-Hellenic 

Council. 



JOAN ROSILVN PACE 

Mathematics 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Math 

Club; Bear Staff; BS.U.; S.N.E.A. 




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Elementary Education 

QUEEN ESTHER PLEMMER 

Elementary Education 

Women's Choir; S.N.E.A. ; Sigma 

Gamma Rho Sorority ; Pan-Hellenic 

Council. 



CARROLL AUGUSTA PURCELL 

Physical Education 

Sphinx Club; Physical Education 

Club. 

SANDRA RAMSEY 
Business Education 
Business Education Club. 




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JOANN ANDERSON REEDY 
English 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; Shaw 
Journal; University Chorale Society; 
Women's Choir; N.A.A.C.P. ; Bear 
Staff; Sunday School; U.N.C.F.; Eng- 
lish Club; S.N.E.A.; Women's Per- 
sonnel Council : Who's Who. 

PRISCILLA ROBINSON 
Home Economics 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Uni- 
versity Chorale Society. 



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DOROTHY SAVAGE 

Elementar>' Education 
S.N.E.A.; Usher Board; Women's 
Choir; Women's Personnel Council; 
Sphinx's Sweetheart. 

LACY EDWARD SIMPSON 

Religion 

B.S.U.; S.C.A. 



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MARTIN JASPER SMITH 
Physical Education 

Football; Intramural Basketball; 
Physical Education Club; Lampodas 
Club ; University Choir. 

CAROL WONETTA SNIPE 

Physical Education 

University Choir; Physical Education; 

Intramural Board; N.A.A.C.P.; Fash- 

ionettes. 






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ELLEN' JEAN SPIVEY 
Elementar>- Education 
Zeta Phi Beta Sororit>-; Alpha Rho 
Tau Art Society; Creative Art Club; 
N.A.A.C.P.; S.N.E.A.; Who's Who; 
Bear Staff; B.S.U.; S.C.A. ; Fashion- 
ettes; Miss Shaw; Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil; Women's Choir. 

ANNE SQUIRES 

Sociology* 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; Student 

Council; University Choir; Women's 

Choir; Social Science Club; S.C.A.; 

Assistant Editor of Bear Staff; 

U.N.C.F.; Pan-Hellenic CouncU. 



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WILLIE SAMUEL STONE 
Physical Education 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Football; 
Square Dance Group; Track; Base- 
ball; Physical Education Club. 



MARY ELAINE TILLMAN 

Elementary Education 

University Choir; Women's Choir; 

Fashionettes. 




GENELL TODD 
Physical Education 
Dramatics Club; S.N.E.A.; 
Physical Education Club; 
University Choir; Fashion- 
ettes. 




OTIS TUCKER 
Physical Education 
Football; Basketball; Track; 
University Choir; Physical 
Director of Intramural Pro- 
gram; Alpha Phi Alpha Fra- 
ternity. 



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DORETHA WILLIAMS 

Elementary Education 

University Chorale Society; Women's 

Choir; Archonian Club; Creative Art 

Club; S.N.E.A.; B.S.U.; S.C.A.; 

N.A.A.C.P. 



BROADUS WILLIAMS 
Religious Education 
Phi Beta Sigma 
Fraternity; B.S.U.; S.C.A.; 
cal Fraternity. 



Theologi- 




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LORR.\lXE WATSON 
Elemenian- Education 
S.N.E.A.; N.A.A.C.P.: B.S.U.; Wom- 
en's Choir: University Chorale Soci- 
ety; Fashionettes ; Women's Person- 
nel Council. 



BILLY WATTS 
Physical Education. 



JO.\X WILLIAMS 
Sociology' 

Sigma Gamma Rho soror- 
ity-; Social Science Club; 
Shaw Players. 



"Camera Shy" Senior 

Felix Grisson 
Donald Bowman 
Nathaniel Carter 
Loretta Fellers 
.\nnie Gooding 
Marion Hopkins 




LOUIS WILLI.XMS 

Business Education 

Football; Business Education Club. 



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ALMA MATER 

Hail dear old Shaw U! 
Thy sons revere thy name. 
Long shall thy works be proud, 
Undinimed thy Flame. 
Time shall thy praises sing, 
Glory repay thy tears. 
And loud thy praises ring 
Through all the years. 

Nobel thy hallways, 
Nobler thy grassy plain. 
Nobler the hearts of men 
Where thou dost reign, 
All we who love thy name, 
Stout hearts that shall not fail, 
All rise and loud proclaim 
Alma Mater Hail! 





WITH THE SPIRIT OF THE BEARS 

Fair golden thoughts and lo\ely works ''away, away from 

Shaw" do call, 
For we are still thy bears, 
And working and reaching tall. 
You'll call and we will answer. 
We will strive for truth and enriched ideas in life, and even 

hope — 
To make our success conform with the years. 

Our hearts so bravely made, 
Force us to face life as Shaw U Bears, 
Striving and conquering undismayed, 
Still holding our Alma Mater fair. 
The honor shall fill shaw U with care; 
An honor that is resplendent 
With the dignity of an enriched air 
That makes Shaw's heart independent. 

We shall strive torn ake Shaw a blooming flower, 

Regretting as we leave that we cannot stay. 

We go with a knowledge and power here gained 

To assume our roles in a world now war and hate defamed. 

Though victory and achievement be ours in the end, 

On Shaw University our hearts descend. 

Anna Mozelle Davis 



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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1963 

On September 10,1959, approximately 237 students en- 
tered the historic portals of Shaw University for the first time. 
Despite their classification as freshmen, and the sophomoric 
designation of greenhorns akin to rustics entering the city for 
the first time, each enrolling freshman seemed eager for knowl- 
edge. 

Although each of these 237 persons sought to make person- 
al adjustment to his new social milieu — college life — we 
readily realized that such adjustment could be facilitated 
through unity and coordination of eflTorts. Seeking to effect 
this unity, one of the first undertakings of this now college- 
oriented group was to structure itself into a functional entity. 
Thus did we organize as the Freshman Class and elect as 
oflScers the following persons: Fred Marshall, president; Joan 
Pace, vice president: Gloria Freeman, secretary and Hattie 
White, treasurer. Our Student Council Representatives were 
Elaine Maddox and Eleanor Nunn. Additional guidance came 
from our faculty advisor, Dr. Marguerite Adams. 

Amid the hustle and bustle of readying a float for the 
Homecoming Parade and eyeing the exuberance of returning 
alumni, we stood aghast but joyful. The Homecoming 
Parade pursued its course down Fayetteville Street en route 
to the game site — Chavis Park — we could but rejoice over 
being an intricate part of such an activity. Reigning as Miss 
Freshman was Janice House accompanied by her two attend- 
ants, Virginia Avery and Helen Miller. 

Our outstanding athletes were J. C. Carr, James Korne- 
gay, James Long, and George Samuel. They represented our 
class well on the football team. On the basketball team were 
Jaines Fox, Robert Parker and Kermit West. Roy Day, 
Thomas Harriston, William Hartsfield, and Fred Marshall 
were on the baseball team. Marcella Boone, Josephine Dancy 
and Gloria Freeman represented our class as cheerleaders. 

With a song in their hearts, many of our classmates joined 
the Chorale Society. Included among these were Mamie Bel- 
ton, LaVern Blackwell, Marie Bond, Yvonne Edwards, Janice 
House, Sandra Miles, Joann Reedy, Doreatha Williams, How- 
ard Anderson, Timothy Boyer, Patrick Davis, and Herbert 
Freeman. 

Love for the dramatic, and zeal for expression through the 
theater, led many members of our class to demonstrate their 
talents as actors. Those joining the Shaw Players were : Y\on- 
ne Edwards, Janice House, Mattie Leggett, Joann Pretty, 
Bruce Eure, Fred Marshall and Judah Person. 

Strning to excel in scholarship, we constantly asked the 
questions, "Mathematics, Chemistry, English — is it possible 
to master them all?" Well, we did, and some found themselves 
scholars of worth. Ellen Spivey and Rydonia Henderson re- 



ceived scholarships for maintaining the highest academic 
averages in the Freshman Class. Joann Reedy received the 
Delta Sigma Theta Scholarship. Louis Hall was granted the 
North Carolina Congress of Parents and Teachers Scholarship. 
We competently found our way through the maze of "green" 
in our freshman year. Having endured the "rigors" of our 
freshman year, we as sophomores, were now a vital part of 
Shaw. Class officers of our sophomore year were: Judah Per- 
son, president ; Eleanor Nunn, vice president ; Elaine Maddox, 
secretary; James Dew, treasurer; Joan Pace, parliamentarian; 
Judith Moore and Anne Squires, Student Council Represent- 
atives. 

Judith Moore represented our student body at the meet- 
ing of the Student Non-violent coordinating committee in 
Atlanta, Georgia. The Purpose of the meeting was to com- 
pare activities of the various protest groups in the South. 

On each college campus there will invariably be found 
young ladies who will be referred to as "Queens," "Sweet- 
hearts," and "Miss — ." The lovely, Kayreitha High was 
chosen "Miss Sophomore." Here attendants were LaVern 
Blackwell and Joan Williams. Janice House reigned as "Miss 
Basketball," and Yvonne Edwards became Sweetheart of 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. 

From Alpha to Omega the Greek-letter organizations of 
Shaw University represent a major portion of campus extra- 
curricular activities. With a common subscription to a spirit 
of "brotherhood," the fraternities and sororities work hand- 
in-hand in promoting activities beneficial to the welfare of 
others. Many members of our Sophomore Class pledged in 
the Freshman year to their preferred Greek groups, and be- 
stirred themselves for crossing those "burning sands" into 
Greekland. 

Twek-e young women entered Alpha Kappa .Alpha Sorority. 
They were Constance Alston, Eselyn Andrews Clay, Patricia 
Cooper, Darlene Davis, Inez Dean, Yvonne Edwards, La- 
Vern Blackwell, Laverne Godette, Regina Johnson, Mattie 
Leggett, Elaine Maddox. and Helen Miller, Four sophomore 
women entered the portals of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. 
They were Marcella Boone, Joan Pace, Dorothy Williams, 
now Mrs. McKinney, and Velma Adams, Queen Plemmer, Jo- 
ann Pretty, now Mrs. Dunn, Anne .Squires, and Joan Williams, 
now Mrs. Goodson, comprised the four sophoinore members 
of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. The foursome of Annie Bul- 
lock, Mozelle Davis, Betty Newsome, and Ellen Spivey entered 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. 

Entering Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity were Donald Bow- 
man, Thomas Harriston, James Mathis, and Mitchell 
McGuire. James Fox and Herbert Freeman became members 
of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Percy High and Charles Mi- 
chael were welcomed in the fold of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, 



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and Stafford Bullock joined the ranks of Phi Beta Sigma. 

Sixteen members of our sophomore class made Honor Roll. 
We were proud because the majority of the students making 
the Honor Roll were sophomores. Ellen Spivey and Louis 
Hall held top places in scholarship and received the Sopho- 
more Awards. 

Under the leadership of Judah Person and Stafford Bul- 
lock, president and \ice president respectively, we set out im- 
mediately to come to grips with the roles which must neces- 
sarily accompany our newly acquired status. Many class re- 
sponsibilities were distributed among the following officers: 
Stella Little, secretary; Elaine Maddox, assistant secretary; 
Yvonne Edwards, treasurer; Louis Hall, business manager; 
Velma Adams, assistant business manager: Joan Pace, parlia- 
mentarian; Eleanor Nunn and William Hartsfield, Student 
Council Representatives. 

Doris Monk was chosen "Miss Junior," with Elaine Mad- 
dox and Joann Pretty Dunn as her attendants. 

Velma Adams, Annette Glee, Louis Hall, Regina Johnson, 
and Ellen Spivey were chosen as Junior Counselors, the real 
aides and friends to freshmen. 

Again Judith Moore represented our student body at the 
meeting of the Student Non-violent Coordinating committee 
in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Some members of our class, though now in their third 
year of college, became allied with Greekland. Entering Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority were Kayreitha High and Eleanor 
Nunn. Joann Reedy was welcomed in Sigma Gamma Rho 
Sorority. Charles Earle and Wendell Edwards became mem- 
bers of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. 

Juniors who were members of the choir proved a definite 
asset in this school year, as their many voices blended with 
others in presentation before the United Nations. 

Ellen Spivey and Yvonne Edwards held the reins in schol- 
arship this year, and thus received the Junior awards. 

Our year was climaxed with an "Enchanted Fountain" 
Prom, given in honor of the Class of 1962. Despite the con- 
tinued reprisals of Stafford Bullock, now acting class presi- 
dent, the dilligence of Bruce Eure, chairman of the Prom 
Committee, and the small number of seniors in attendance at 
the prom, the Junior class could assuredly boast of a job well 
done. 

And now comes September, 1962. This time we enter the 
portals of Shaw University not as frightened freshmen, wise 
sophomores, or ranking juniors, but as sophisticated seniors. 
Leading us as officers are Stafford Bullock as president; 
Bruce Eure as vice-president: Stella Little, secretary; Mattie 
Leggett, assistant secretary; Joan Pace, treasurer; La Verne 
Blackwell, business manager; Wendell Edwards, assistant busi- 
ness manager; Janice House and Eleanor Nunn, student 



council representatives. 

At the time of this writing there is still another semester 
of academic accomplishments to be completed. It does not 
yet appear as to what that semester will bring, but of attain- 
ment already reached we can say with certainty that seniors 
are making themselves felt in numerous positions, for Charles 
Earle is president of the student body, while Ellen Spivey holds 
the enviable title of "Miss Shaw." At Homecoming time La- 
Vern Blackwell reigned as "Miss S lior," and was attended 
by Josephine Dancy and Janice House. Nettie Bynum is "Miss 
S.N.E.A." Bruce Eure is editor of "The Shaw Bear" with 
Anne Squires as his assistant. 

Josephine Dancy is now a member of Sigma Gamma Rho 
Sorority. 

Having distinguished themselves by leadership and out- 
standing achievement, some seniors were elected to the elite 
"Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." They 
are: Velma Adams, Evelyn A. Clay, Mozelle Davis, Joann 
Reedy, Ellen Spivey, Charles Earle, James Fox, Louis Hall, 
and Percy High. 

Andrew Mwangi, a citizen of Kenya, Africa, joined our 
class of 1960. Mwangi has worked diligently, undaunted by 
the trials of college life. He is now president of the Social 
Science Club. Three full academic years at Shaw and four 
summer sessions (two at Shaw LIniversity and two at North 
Carolina State College) have brought Andrew within the 
sight of his college goal. 

We are very grateful to have had the outstanding leader. 
Dr. Wilmoth Carter, as our advisor for the last two years. 

We, who were welcomed here as freshmen four years ago, 
and who are now standing on the threshold preparing for our 
departure into active life, are far different from what we were 
when we arrived. Confronted by the changing times and a 
world that seems not to protect and shelter but to expose and 
challenge, we cognizantly acknowledge the challenge, and our 
four-year preparation for meeting it. As we leave the portals 
of our beloved institution, Shaw University, our minds ripened 
with wisdom and desired expression, we have paused e\en 
here to gain historical perspective. Realizing that we look 
back at the past in order to understand the present, and ex- 
plain the present with the objective of making some degree of 
prediction for the future, we can at this point only project 
our thoughts. If potential and performance while students at 
Shaw be indicative of future expectations of the class of 1963, 
we can only hope that the history still to be written for each 
person in the class may be a manifestation of the objective of 
Shaw University — to have "religion and learning go hand in 
hand and character grow with knowledge. 



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CLASS PROPHECY 



To no extent did we ever visualize mentally that some day we 
would actually be the first nation to reach the moon — since there 
was quite a bit of controversy about Russia and the United States' 
attempting to make that advancement in science. Neither did we 
realize that some of the most outstanding persons of this time were 
Shaw University graduates. One of these persons is Charles Michael, 
who heads a chemical plant where he has assigned James Cullen 
Bridges to work as his assistant. This year, 1973, certainly marks the 
beginning of a new era because the attempt to reach the moon was 
definitely a success. Donald Bowman, the designer of the successful 
astronautic aircraft, calculated its likely success. Because of Carroll 
Purcell's noted career in the Air Force, the designer chose him to 
help test the astronautic aircraft. After the prominent advancement, 
Joan Pace wrote a science book entitled Life on the Moon. 

After reading of the renowned progress of those members of my 
class, I, Ellen Jean Spivey, Professor of Education at Yale University, 
where Dr. James Fox is president, decided to write my doctoral thesis 
on "The Advancement of the 1963 Graduates of Shaw University, 
Raleigh, North Carolina." 

I anticipated it would be effective to visit the many regions of 
the United States, and foreign countries as well, to actually con- 
verse with my classmates. First, I went to California where Genell 
Todd is an actress living in Beverly Hills. Much to my surprise, Bruce 
Eure is her husband and manager. While in Hollywood, I decided 
to go to the theater of see "A Night on the Beach," written by the 
playwrights, Velma Adams and Mattie Leggett, and produced by 
the Stafford Bullock Company. Elaine Maddox designed the com- 
plete wardrobe for the characters, and decorated the stage for the 
production, for she is a famous designer and decorator in Sacra- 
mento. 

My third day in California, Herbert Freeman, the governor of 
that expansive state, invited me to dinner in his mansion located in 
the midst of the capital, a dinner celebrating his victory in being 
elected California's Governor. At the dinner, I was pleased to dis- 
cover that his private secretary was Annette Glee. Some of his 
eminent guests at the dinner were Wendell Edwards, Mayor of Los 
Angeles; Mamie Belton, a psychiatric social worker; and Doretha 
Williams, known as "queen of opera singers." What a pleasant sur- 
prise to find at the dinner one of my best friends, Mozelle Davis, 
supervisor of San Francisco Public Schools. 

I had only a limited amount of time to remain in California before 
I had to return to the east coast. I went to the airport and boarded 
a jet-Pan American Airlines — flown by Eleanor Nunn, first woman 
jet pilot. 

On the plane, it was my prerogative to share a seat with Betty 
Newsome, Professor of Psychology at the University of Ohio where 
she is happily married to a retired service man. 

My trip this time brings me to Detroit, Michigan where William 
Hartsfield has designed the Cadillac for 1973. His wife, LaVerne 
Blackwell, a retired teacher of business, now assists him. Martin 
Smith and Anne Squires are studying at Michigan State University 
for their doctorate degrees. 

My next flight took me to Chicago, Illinois where I lived at 
Clark's Motel owned by Allie Clark, who is wedded to Patricia 
Cooper, a Pulitzer prize winner. Here I find Marie Bond, counselor 
for juvenile delinquents. She invited me to her urban office where 
she related that she had read many cases of juvenile delinquents 
written by Lacy Simpson, a minister and social worker. 

After I left Chicago, I went to New "York City. Here I learned 
that Kayreitha High, Pricilla Robinson, and Doris Monk are work- 
ing with the New 'York Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. 
Josephine Langford is a stenographer for Bonwit Teller. Stella 
Little and Inez Dean have established a physical fitness school on 
125th Street. Joanne Pretty Dunn is the director of Jolliet Park 
Child ,Care Center on Long Island. I went to the Yankee stadium to 



see Nathaniel Carter and Paul Diggs play in the World Series with 
the New York Yankees. 

While relaxing in one of my relative's homes, I turned on the tele- 
vision to watch the Otis Tucker Show. On the show, Yvonne Ed- 
wards stepped out for a performance. The Reedy Trio, with Joan 
Reedy, sponsor, Mary Tillman, and H. T. Davis, gave a splendid 
performance. Before leaving New York, I picked up the New York 
Times and I was quite pleased to find that Patricia Malone is the 
editor. 

At the airport, I bought a Vogue magazine and who did I see on 
the cover but Sandra Ramsey and Peggy Barfield. My next stop is 
New Jersey. Howard Anderson is the pastor of the First Baptist 
Church in Atlantic City. I talked with Anderson, and he informed 
me that Billy Watts owns a cocktail lounge in Englewood. I saw Bar- 
bara Malone featured with Duke Ellington's band, and I learned 
that she has turned out five top-selling jazz albums. 

I caught the bus to Philadelphia. In Philly, Ann .Anthony is the 
principal of Felix Grissom's Elementary School. Marion Best Hop- 
kins, now residing in Philadelphia, is the Grand Basileus of the 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. 

At Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, Carol Snipe 
is a physical therapist, Carol's husband. Frank Abbott, is the head 
surgeon. 

I had a pleasant train trip to the capitol, Washington, D.C., 
where I saw Janice House. Janice, happily married to a doctor, is 
one of the ten best dressed women in the United States. She informed 
me that Helen Miller is one of the most efficient librarians at the 
Library of Congress. Willie Stone, now married to Dorothy Savage, a 
public school teacher, sits in Congress as representative from the 
State of Virginia. 

I dare not end my tour without visiting foreign countries, since 
many of my classmates have ventured and settled afar. Mainly 
through the efforts of Percy High, Secretary General of the United 
Nations, many international complications have been mitigated. 

My first flight abroad was to the continent of Europe. Constance 
Alston and Sandra Miles are doing their graduate work at Oxford 
University, where, incidentally Arlene Miles, is a professor of psy- 
chology. Constance informs me that Joan Williams heads the De- 
partment of the Social Science at Oxford. 

Naturally, I could not go to Europe without touring Paris. Guess 
who I found there as a fashion designer, Queen Plemmer, who gave 
up her teaching career after a couple of years. After being informed 
by Queenie that two of our classmates were at the University of 
Paris, I set out for gay Paree. There I found that LaVerne Godette 
was on the faculty. Also, Judith Moore heads the Mathematics De- 
partment. Queenie has been keeping up with our classmates rather 
closely. She imparted that Nettie Bynum, Hattie Blackwell, Lena 
Foust and Evelyn Clay had been on a tour recently. While they 
were vacating she enjoyed the immunity of designing their winter 
wardrobes. 

After visiting many key cities in Europe, I enplaned again for the 
United States. I flew over to Richmond, Virginia where I had been 
informed that Waders Campbell, Jr. is the principal of the River- 
side High School. On his faculty, I found Barbara Morris, Milton 
Davis, and Lorraine Watson. 

Naturally, I anticipated finding someone back at Shaw Univer- 
sity. I was not surprised to find Louis Hall had replaced Dr. Carter 
in the Social Science Department. Willie Batchelor replaced Dean 
Harrison who retired a couple of years ago. Charles Earle has re- 
turned to Shaw to serve as president. In the Raleigh public school 
system, I found my friends Virginia Avery, Mary Tillman, and Ma- 
mie Bailey. 

My thesis is almost completed now. This has been a wonderful 
tour. We will certainley visit each other now that we have a bird's 
eye view of where everyone lives and works. 



62 




Shaw University is proud to have 10 students listed in the 1962-63 edition of 
\Vho's Who among Students in American Colleges and Universities. The honorees 
were selected by a joint student-faculty committee on the basis of academic achieve- 
ment, leadership, participation in student life programs, service to the University 
community, and potential for outstanding citizenship after graduation. Pictured: 
(SEATED) Percy High, Jacquelyn Thorne, Velma Adams. Mozelle Da\is. and El- 
len Spivey. (STANDING) Charles Earle, Joann Reedy, James Fox, Evelyn Clay, 
and Louis Hall. 



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President 
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Blanche Hines — Corresponflifl 
Secretary 
Marcella Bopne — Student Council 

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Ruby Alston 


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Marcella Boone 
Susie Branch 
Priscilla Brodie 
Susie Brown 
Robert Carter 
Clifford Chambliss 





Louise Coe 
William Coleman 
Conrad Dalton 
Clifton Davis 
Ruthenia Duncan 
Woodrow Flythe 



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Dallas Foster 
Gloria Freeman 
JoAnn Galley 
Leonard Gibbons 
Janice Godette 
Winifred Golliday 





Harry GrifTen 
Loudelia Guess 
Vera Harris 
Patricia Hayes 
Bettie Hicks 
Margaret Howard 



Brenda Jackson 
Mary Jenkins 
Barbara Jones 
Marjorie Jones 
Matyre Latta 
Gerard Lee 




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Lena Maffett 
Clifton Magwood 
Beatrice Mial 
Marion Moore 
Clarence Muse 
Barbara Peterson 



Jacquelyn Thorne 
Brenda Pitts 
Geraldine Simpson 
Lacey Speight 
Doris Spivey 
Cecile Supthin 





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Peter Waiters 
Catherine Williams 
Peggy Williams 
Mary Womack 
James Woods 



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Sally Brisbon 
Blanch Edwards 
Preston Gerald 
Dempsey Hardy 
Lula Howell 
John Howard 
Greta McCullom 
Ruby McLawhom 
Theodore Powell 
Beverly Ratliff 
William RatlifF 
Mack Sowel! 
Charles Spellman 
Ruben \Vade 
Arnold Ambeers 
Durante Jones 
Quincy Scott 
Clark Smith 
Shirley Cobb 
Blanche Hines 
Eula Hinton 
Alice McDuffie 
Elaine Morgan 





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(left to right) 

Juanita Wise — Student Council 
Representative 
Robert Tinnin — Treasurer 
Willie Costen — Secretary 
Eric Harding — President 

illie Wood — Assistant Secretary 






SOPHOMORES 



Mary Barnes 
Brenda Bartuii 
Martha Blalock 
Joyce Bland 



Faye Blount 

Pat tie Boyd 
Thomas Bright 
William Brown 



Pearlie Byran 
Martha Byers 
Samuel Caldwell 
Willie Costin 



Jacqueline Carr 
Esther Crayton 
Martha Crenshaw 
Ruby Crutchfield 



Jacquelyn Chesney 
Alberto Couch 
Gibson Davis 
Pauline Davis 



John Carey 
Cleveland DeLoatche 
Annie Dickens 
Levi Dixon 



Linwood Driver 
Grace Edwards 
Jacquelyn Edmond 
Vernell Ferrell 



Ernell Fonville 
Georgia Fonville 
Carolyn Freeman 
Ophelia Fuller 








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Algetha Catling 
Joe Gibbs 
Iris Golliday 
John Graham 



Eric Harding 
Nancy Harriston 
Barbara Harp 
Holland Hawkins 



Victoria Haynes 
Melvin Hawkins 
Maxine Hendricks 
Emma Hicks 



James Hinton 
Barbara Hodges 
Carol James 
Deborah James 



Loretta James 
Lanue Johnson 
Genevieve Johnson 
Linda Johnson 



Willie Jordan 
Archie Kenan 
Lucy Knight 
Pattie Laughinghouse 



Sandra Leary 
Queen Lee 
Solon Logan 
Doris Lyons 



Doris McKay 
James McKay 
Carolyn Mack 
Joan Maddox 



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JoAnn Malone 
James Maye 
Humphrey Mbugua 
Dorothy Mobley 



Annie Macdonald 
Lee Monroe 
Linwood Monroe 
Dalton Moore 



Locke Moore 
Margaret Neighbors 
Frederick Ouka 
William Parker 



Kathleen Perr>' 
Paulette Poe 
Margaret Pope 
Ernest Powell 



Julia Powers 
Melzie Ramseur 
Willie Rhines 
Judy Robinson 



Caroly-n Richardson 
Brenda Smith 
Elois Smith 
Sarah Smith 



James Snow 
Pattie Spence 
David Sure 
Joe Thomas 



Robert Tinnin 
Janet Upchurch 
Sandra Usry 
Annette Walker 




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Dorothy Walker 
Marie Walton 
Alvin West 
Tony Whitehead 



Danny Wilder 
James Wilkins 
Mable Young 
Elmo Williams 



Herbert Williams 
Peggye Williams 
Esther Wilson 
Juanita Wise 



Camera Shy: 

Delphine Bryant 
Bennie Byers 
Donna Cannady 
Delia Cozart 
Mable Davenport 
Attie Dolby 
Bobby Feimster 
Mae Lois Green 
Delia Greene 
William Greene 
Raymond GrifFen 
James Harrington 
Ella Haywood 
Natalie High 
Janice Hinton 
Otis Hinton 
Byrna Jones 
William Jones 
Edward Laws 



James Lyles 
Hawa Lyon 
Laura McArlhur 
Shirley McDonald 
Paul Mann 
Elaine Maynor 
Lonnie Miller 
Mildred Moss 
Daniel Pratt 
William Pretty 
Sylvia Propst 
Barbara Ramseur 
Mary Ray 
Joyce Robinson 
Barbara Rollins 
Hester Scales 
William Shakleford 
Shirley Smith 
Martha Southerland 



Mildred Southerland 
Columbus Spencer 
Lillian Smith 
Virginia Stanley 
Bishop Stallings 
Louis Still 
Richard Styles 
Jeann Toney 
Marion Tucker 
Rosa LTnderwood 
Erwin Upchurch 
Geneva Vann 
Loretta Vaughn 
Lorraine Vaughn 
Brooks Watson 
Ralph White 
Howard Wilkerson 




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Jesse Edmonds —Treasurer 
Rosa Riddick — Secretary 
Frank Belk — Student Council ' 
Representative 
Freddie Moses — President 



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FRESHMEN 



Annie Abbott 
Walter Agers 
Laurie Alston 
Gwendolyn Anderson 
Donna Archer 



Thelma Arlis 
Dorothy Atkinson 
Johnny Atkinson 
Rex Atkinson 
Sylvia Baines 



Shirley Black 
Fred Baldwin 
Howard Barnette 
Pearl Battle 
Theodora Beatty 



Frank Belk 
Millare Boone 
Doris Branch 
Virginia Brodie 
Gloria Brodie 



Barbara Brown 
Nancy Brown 
Gloria Bullock 
Arthur Bunch 
Betty Carmen 



Anthony Carpenter 
Katrina Carroll 
James Clay 
Leola Clement 
Vera Cobb 



Collie Coleman 
Clarence Coleman 
Joyce Cooke 
Larethia Gotten 
Ervin Cox 



Betty Davis 
Linda Davis 
John Davis 
Mary Diggs 
Veronica Dixon 




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Mary Dotson 
Sidney Dunston 
Leroy Duren 
Scipio Easterling III 
Henry Edmons 



Jessie Edmons 
Costa Eggleston 
Sherry Everett 
John Fennell 
Clen:ietine Ferrel 



Marva Fisher 
Michael Fisher 
CHfton Foriest 
Ruby Frederick 
William Frederick 



Willie French 
Mamie Fry 
Lee Gamble 
Glendora Gentry 
Wyatt Gentry 



Dorothy Gill 
Daisy Goolsby 
Ella Grandy 
Ellis Graves 
Charles Gray 



Wallace Gray 
James Greene 
Lois Guilford 
Delphine Hamm 
Harold Hammond 



Lillie Hardy 
James Hargroove 
Jennie Harris 
Josephine Harris 
Sylvester Headen 



Robert Heights 
Marion High 
Lorenzo Hilliard 

Pccolia Hinton 
Shirley Hinton 



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Lonnie Holden 
Jean Holden 
Julia Hbrne 
Haney Horton 
James Howard 



James Howell 
Martha Jackson 
Mary Jackson 
Flora Jiggetts 
Charles Johnson 



Vernon Johnson 
Blanche Jones 
George Jones 
John Jones 
Paul Joyner 



Shirley Kearney 
Billie King 
Palmer Kingsberry 
Pellie Kinsey 
Dorothy Kollock 



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Gloria Lamberson 


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Robert Lassiter 
Eunice Latta 
Dianne Lee 
Jacqueline Lewis 
Sally Lewis 



Margaret Mack 
Nathalie Mack 
Ellen Mahon 
Hester Marshall 
Patricia Martin 



Thomas McCoUum 
Mildred McCoy 
Carolyn McDaniel 
Carson McDaniel 
Thomas McGimpsey 




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Gene McNeil 
Minnie Mitchell 
Ruth Mitchell 
Ethel Moore 



Freddie Mosely 
Shirley Moss 
Jerry Newman 
Olga Nichols 
Thelma Nixon 



Amur Patterson 
Preston Peace 
Rochell Peoples 
Barry Pettus 
Leonard Pinkney 



Freddie Polhill 
Geraldine Pollock 
Bettie Powell 
Louis Powell 
Elizabeth Powers 



Barbara Pridgen 
Mary Ragland 
Rosa Riddick 
Claire Robinson 
George Robinson 



Raymond Rodriquez 
Joyce Rolle 
Hattie Rowland 
Marguerite Rudison 
Thelma Ruffin 



David Scott 
Ruby Seabrook 
Ronald Seawell 
Lawrence Shackleford 
Harry Simpson 



Carlton Smith 
Sharon Smith 
Selma Spicer 
Betty Stanley 
James Stockton 



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Betty Strickland 
Jean Stroud 
Russel Studevan 
Rosa Suggs 
Carstoba Sutphin 



Betty Sutton 
Etta Taylor 
Lela Terrell 
Sherry Thomas 
Marion Tucker 



James Waddy 
Bennie Walker 
Nathan Walton 
Pauline Waters 
Clinton Whitfield 



Fannie Wilder 
Annie Williams 
Candis Williams 
Rachel Williams 
Sandra Williams 



Mac Williamson 
James Wilson 
Mable Young 
Louis Williams 





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UNIVERSITY CHORALE SOCIETY 



The University Choir, often referred to as the Choir of special programs and concerts given by the Uni\-ersit\'. The 

Good Will, is composed of approximately 70 voices. Under choir is also known for its splendid performance at the United 

the direction of Mr. Harr\' Gil-Smythe, the choir performs Nations, tours of the eastern coast and throughout North 

splendidly on Vesper Programs, Chapel Programs, and other Carolina. 



THE DIRECTOR 

Harry Gil-Smythe, chairman of the Department of Fine Arts at Shaw University, 
and director of music, has the advantage of wide experience and the highest musical 
training. He received the Mus.B. degree at Howard University and the Mus.M. 
degree at the University of Michigan. He has pursued further study at the Peabody 
Consenatory of Music, Baltimore, Maryland, the Julliard School of Music in New 
York City, the Baltimore Institute of Musical Art, the Cite' Universitaire, Paris, 
and Union Theological Seminary, New York. 

He is a member of the Pi Kappa Lambda Honor Societs', Kappa Mu Honor Soci- 
ety, American Association of University Professors, American Veterans Committee, a 
32 degree Mason and a Shriner. 



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STUDENT-BODY PRESIDENT CHALLENGES SENIORS 

Moore's Utopia, Wilkie's One World, and the United Nations show us where we 
started and the distance we have come. As president of the student council. I am 
grateful for the opportunity of having served you, and I hope that you will always 
put into life exactly what you expect to gain from it. To the graduating class, mav I 
remind you of the words of Dr. Albert Schwitzer when he said: "I do not know 
what your destiny may be but this I do know, you will always have happiness if 
you seek and find how to ser\-e." 

Charles Earle 
Student Council President 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Student Council is composed of executives elected by better relationships between all groups connected with the 
the student body, class representatives, and committees ap- university, and to promote genuine citizenship and school 
pointed by the Student Council. Its purpose is to encourage loyalty. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 
The purpose of the B.S.U. is to promote the religious church life. The purpose is also to bring all the Baptist stu- 
growth and spiritual development of individual students dents and all the Baptist organizations together in one co- 
through Bible study, prayer, personal soul-winning, mission ordinate program of organized Baptist religious work for an 
study and activity, meditation, worship, fellowship, and active impact on the total campus. 




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SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB 

The Social Science Club is newly organized with a new Club is advised by Dr. Carl DeVane with Andrew Mwanri as 
constitution. Its membership is composed of sociology majors chairman, 
and interested persons from other fields. The Social Science 



SHAW JOURNAL 
The Siiaw Journal, an eight page publication, is an effec- dent opinion, 
tive niedium of communication between students, faculty, The Journal is published periodically through the diligent 

and administrators, and a vital force in the molding of stu- work of Mack Sowell, editor, and his co-workers. 




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SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The Sunday School is a volunteer organization whose pro- 
grams are executed jointly by the faculty and students. Its 
activities include class sessions each Sunday morning, presen- 
tation of meditation and devotional services, and participa- 



tion in Religious Emphasis Week programs. Through the 
Sunday School the members are given an opportunity for 
spiritual manifestations and expression. 



THE N.A.A.C.P. 
The N.A.A.C.P., under the leadership of Eleanor Nunn, grams of the association 
president, has sought to carry out the basic aims and objec- 
tives of the chapter. The members of this organization are 
active participants in the various youth and general pro- 



President — Eleanor Nunn 

Adviser — Dr. Marguerite M. Adams 



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BIOLOGY CLUB 
The BioIog\- Club is an organization designed to keep its not limited to Biolog\-, but also includes all of the related 
members interested in Biolog\- and aware of recent biological sciences. President: Durante Jones; Advisor: Mr. Herschell 
disco\eries. Ho\ve\er. the exchange of opinions and ideas is Irons. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 
The Home Economics Club is composed of only Home 
Economics majors. It strives to acquaint the students with 
the recent trends in Home Economics, to promote finer wom- 
anhood, and to promote scholastic achievement. The club is 



also designed to provide opportunities for the development 
of leadership and professional growth through club participa- 
tion. Advisor: Mrs. Spaugh: President: Blanch Edwards. 





The Student National Educational Association is the pro- 
fessional association for college and uni\'ersity students pre- 
paring to teach. The intent of the program, however, is to 
provide real professional experiences, not simulated ones. 



S.N.E.A. 



Advisor: Mrs. Clara Jenkins; President: Evelyn Clay; Vice 
President: William Pretty; Secretary: Willie Woods: Treas- 
urer: Patricia Cooper. 



THE BETTER COMMUNICATION CLUB 

This club is made up of students majoring in English who instill in the members the need and importance of good Eng- 
desire to increase the.r knowledge and broaden their back- lish, both written and spoken. President: Mack Sowell- Ad- 
grounds beyond the classroom. The purpose of the club is to visor: Miss M. E. Watson. 




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JUNIOR COUNSELORS 
The Junior Counselors are students carefully selected to counselees %sith whom he works during their freshman year, 
assist in the program of freshman counseling. All counselors aid students in their problems of adjustment 

Each of these counselors is assigned not more than a dozen and in the realization of their potentialities. 



CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CLUB 

The Christian Education Club is composed of men and In this club the members are given practical experiences in 
women who are interested in becoming directors of Chris- preparation for their life's work, 
tian Education and persons majoring in Religious Education. 





THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB 
The Physical Education Club consists of majors in the field Here we see them exemplifying poise, physical ability, endur- 
of Physical Education. They have as one of their basic aims ance, flexibility, and personality. Advisor- Mr W M 
the creating of a deeper appreciation of their chosen field. Spann; President: Wendell Edwards- Sec Stella Little 



MATHEMATICS CLUB 
• '^^^ Mathematics club consists of students who are major- have in the classroom. At each meeting, persons in the field of 
ing m Mathematics. The purpose of the club is to acquaint pure or applied mathematics speak to the group, 
experiences they would not ordinarily 



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THE MIGHTY FASHIONETTES 




The "Mighty Fashionettes" is an intramural basketball 
team. With tremendous interest, these girls have participated 
in all intramural acti\ities to achieve great honors. These 
young women have won the championship cup, which is 
awarded to the team with the highest number of points 
over a period of three years, and is in its fourth year as cham- 



pions. Pictured are: KNEELING, JoAnn Dunn, Inez Dean, 
and LaVeme Blackwell. STANDING — Stella Litde, 
Coach, Ellen Spivey. Regina Johnson, Mamie Belton, Mary 
Tillman, Mattie Leggett, Gloria Freeman, Josephine Dancy, 
and Lorraine Watson, Manager. 



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The major aim of the dance group is to Under the direction of Mr. Spann, the dance 

create new dances and to help the student body group performs splendidly at home games and 
develop an appreciation for all types of dances. variety shows. President : Marie Bond. 



Adviser — Mr. W. M. Spann 







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WOMEN'S PERSONNEL COUNCIL 



The Women's Personnel Council is designed to offer all 
Um\ersity women an opportunity to participate in various 
phases of campus life. 

Its purpose is to foster a spirit of unity among the women 
students of the University, and to make and maintain stand- 
ards of living to promote the self-realization of each female 



student in keeping with the general welfare. 

The members of the Women's Personnel Council are im- 
pressed with the idea that education alone does not create a 
lady: but dignity, charm and a concern for maintaining high 
moral standards are the eternal attributes of finer woman- 
hood. 



MEN'S PERSONNEL COUNCIL 

All young men affiliated with the L'niversity. regardless of cil. The Council sponsors \'arious acti\ities for the purpose of 
classification, are welcomed into the membership of the Coun- producing well-rounded and well-adjusted young men. 





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S.C.A. 



Affiliation with the Student Christian Association entitles 
members of the campus community, regardless of their re- 
ligious endeavors, to enter upon the ad\enture of finding 
what it is to be "one in Christ." 

The Association stimulates study, engages in recreation, 



and worships at both the campus and group levels. To all' 
members are given the rights and privileges of the Y.M.C.A. 
and the Y.W.C.A., thereby gi\'ing them contact with students 
the world over. The S.C.A. serves as a nucleus for religious 
and organizational activities on the campus. 



USHER BOARD 

The members of the University Usher Board, through their calaureates, and Commencements to be free from conjestion 
efficiency, enable all religious services, special programs, Bac- and interruptions. President : Mildred Southerland. 




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Alright this time: but can't you see I'm a busy man? 




"Br^aktime ' 




Well, anybody can take a break. 



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What do you think? The sun is hurting our eyes. 





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PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 

The Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of two representatives from each Greek 
organization. It serves as the governing body of the respective groups. Through it, 
inter-fraternal co-operation and harmonious relationships are promoted among the 
Geeks. 

The advisors of the Council are Dr. VVilmoth Carter and Mr. Harry Gil-Smythe. 



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In 1908 the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was envisioned and brought to con- 
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Today Alpha Kappa Alpha is an organization which has come to be an inspira- 
tion and challenge to thousands of young women of highest scholastic, ethical and 
moral standards, as they work for the betterment of all mankind by fostering love 
for humanity. 

The determination of its members to move forward into a new era of greater 
service and a broader scope of activities can be realized as they sing in their national 
song: 

"So together we will pledge our faith 
And United we will forge ahead 
Greater laurels to win 
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Young ladies desiring membership in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority first become 
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"First of all, servants of all, We shall transcend all." , . . 
Among the brothers pictured, (KNEELING) Otis Tucker, 
Robert Tinnin, and Bernard Driver. (STANDING) Willie 



Stone, Joe Brown. Melvin Hawkins, 
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SPHINXMEN. This is the interest group of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Pictured are 
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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded in 1913 
by hventy-t\vo Howard Uni\ersit\- undergraduates who 
visualized an organization whose aims would be based 
upon public ser\ice. Delta's most important program 
includes its public service projects: Libran-, job op- 
portunities, mental health, \olunteers for communit)- 
service and international. 

With the motto, "Intelligence is the torch of wis- 
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ment as a condition for membership and embarked 
upon an ambitious program of educational and cul- 
tural activities. 

Chapter Officers: Vera Harris — President, Patricia 
Hayes — Vice President, Velma Adams — Recording 
Secretan\ Winifred Golliday — Corresponding Sec- 
retan-. Eleanor Xunn — Parliamentarian. Joan Pace 
— Chaplain. 



The Pyramid Club is the pledge club for the Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority. Girls wanting to become 
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Kappa Alpha Psi was founded at Indiana Universiu", 
Bloomington. Indiana. Januan- 5, 1911. 

The fundamental purpose of Kappa .Alpha Psi fraternity 
is achievement. Kappa Alpha Psi strives to obtain for all 
of its members the benefits which accrue from membership 
in a modem college brotherhood. 

Pictured above are the members of Delta Gamma Chapter 




and their lone scroller holding the sacred Kappa shield. 

Pictured below are the "dogs" on the fall probation line of 
Kappa Alpha Psi. They are. from left to right, Elmo Wil- 
liams (Stunted Joe). William Parker (flabby —1, Frank 
Benjamin (Blue juicel and Tony Whitehead (smiling jack). 
They crossed those "burning sands" to become members of 
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The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded in 
\Vashington, D.C., at Howard Uni\ersity, January 9, 
1914. The purposes for which Phi Beta Sigma Frater- 
nity has been formed are to develop and translate 



into functional realities the ideal of brotherhood, 
scholarship and senice, and to promote the general 
welfare of all humanity. 



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in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

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encouraged that will further in every way possible the 
advantages of its members intellectually, morally, and 
socially. To attain this goal, Sigma Women assume the 
responsibility: 

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and social contacts may be developed, [b) to develop 



leadership abilities and individual talents, (c) to en- 
courage and promote high scholastic attainment, and 
(d) to maintain interests and attitudes in harmony 
with modem thoughts and changing educational out- 
looks. 

Young women who are interested in becoming mem- 
bers of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority take the first step 
by joining the Aurora Club, which is the interest 
group of the sorority. 

One of the main objectives of the Aurora Club is to 
train members for sisterhood. 




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upon the ideals of Finer Womanhood. The objectives of 
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United States and some parts of Africa. Sorority colors 
are royal blue and white. 

Among the sisters pictured are (SEATED) Mozelle 
Davis, Betty Newsome, Ellen Spivey, and (STANDING) 
Mrs. Rosa Lvons, Advisor. 



The Archonian Club consists of young women who wish to become members of 
the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. They are forever striving, for the prize is worth the 
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The Shaw Players, under the direction of Miss R. M. Stew- 
ard, is comprised of students having many varied activities. A 
student does not necessarily have to be interested only in act- 
ing, as there are many other jobs to be done in the Shaw 
Players. Many times the audience does not realize that the 
successfulness of the play relies not only on the caliber of 



the acting, but also on the efficiency of the people behind the 
scene. 

In the past three years the Shaw Players ha\e presented 
such plays as "Our Town," "Suddenly It Was May," "Come 
Back Little Sheba," "Silver Cord," and many others. The 
major production for this year is "Love and Let Love." 



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Scene from "Come Back Little Sheba." 




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Scene from "Suddenly It Was May." 



Scene from "The Silver Cord.' 




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Theodore Powell, End. 



James Long, 6 ft., 182 lbs, cap- 
tain of the Shaw Bears, comes 
from Lexington, N. C. Long is 
a hard playing center, who 
will be missed by the team in 
the next season. Long hit the 
gridiron for Shaw his fresh- 
man year and has been going 
strong ever since. He has an 
undying love for the game, a 
gift that should be posssesed 
by any player. 



Nathaniel Carter, 5'10", 162 
lbs., co-captain of this foot- 
ball team, comes from Rich- 
mond, Virginia and is one of 
our most reliable Backs. 



James Carter, Back. 



Harry Kornegay, Tackier. 



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The Mighty, Mighty Shaw Bears, under the leadership of Coach William Spann 3rd ROW: 
Left to right: Heights, Lake, Sinclair, Mitchell 2nd ROW: Powell, Moye, Alexander, Byers, 
West, Monroe 3rd ROW: Brown, Fox, Purcell. 



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Lee Monroe 





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Powell SECOND ROW: West, Head, Harding, Brown, Davis, Waddell, Hinton, Anderson^ 
Diggs, Spencer, Day. 



William Hartsfield, .All CI.A.A, Shortstop. 



Roy Day, Pitcher 




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THE YEARS IN RETROSPECT 








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Well it's all over: oh, oh, forgot something. But here it is 
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This publication was made possible by the united efforts of 
such persons as Dr. Wilmoth Carter, our adviser, whom we 
turned to for assistance; Mr. Hinton and Mr. Rivera, our 
photographers, who made possible the indisidual and group 
pictures; Mrs. Keck, our publicity chairman, who also make 
possible many of the pictures; and, the American Yearbook 
Company, Hannibal, Missouri, who made possible this, our 
prized publication. 








When we shall have gone our separate ways, we, the mem- 
bers of the Bear Staff, hope that you can reminisce and 
treasure most pleasurably these our most cherished moments 
and events of our banner year, 1962-63. 

This has been a challenging and rewarding experience for me, 
one which I shall always remember. 
Editor, 
Vernon B. Eure 



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ROSTER OF STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 

Alpha Rho Tau Art Society 

Baptist Student Union 

Biology Club 

Christian Education Club 

Creative Art Club 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 

English Club 

Health and Physical Education Club 

Home Economics Club 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 

Mathematics Club 

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 

National Education Association 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 

Shaw Journal Staff 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority 

Student Christian Association 

Student Council 

Sunday School 

Theological Fraternity 

University Chorale Society 

Usher's Union 

Women's Choir 

Women's Personnel Council 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 
*Men's Personnel Council 
*Social Science Club 
*Shaw Players 

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SHAW UNIVERSITY STUDENT DIRECTORY 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Abbolt. Annie Gwendolyn (Miss) Ri. 2, Box 101, Ruffin, \.C. 

Abbott, Betty Jean (Miss) Rt, 2, Box 101, Ruffin. ,\,C. 

Abbott, Frank E. (Mr.) Rt. 2, Box 101, Ruffin, N.C. 

Adams, Velma Rae (Miss) 608 Vanderbilt St., Greenville, N.C. 

Agers, Walter Eugene (Mr.) 2509 Atlee St., Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Alexander. John Joseph (Mr.) 870 Columbus Ave., New York 25, N.Y. 

Alston, Constance Reynolds (Miss) P.O. Box 41, Warrenton, N.C. 

Alston, Laurie Wilson (Mr.) Rt. 2, Box 268 AA, Kingstree, S.C. 

Alston, Ruby Elnora (Miss) 326 Lindsey St., Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Ambers, Arnold Lee Hightman (Mr.) Rt. 4, Box 300, Leesburg, Va. 

Anderson, Gwendolyn Ruby (Miss) Box 365, Burkeville, Va. 

Anderson, Howard Edward (Mr.) Main Shore Road, Whitesboro, N.J. 

Anthony. Ann Delois (Miss) P.O. Box 65, Hobgood, N.C. 

Archer. Donna Deloris (Miss) P.O. Box 263. Winton, N.C. 

Artis. Thelma Geraldine (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 84-A, Walstonburg, N.C. 

Atkinson. Dorothy Mae (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 27, Macclesfield, N.C. 

Atkinson, Johnny Lane (Mr.) 408 Olivia Lane, Goldsboro, N.C. 

Atkinson, Rex Murford (Mr.) 2314 Chestnut St., Portsmouth. Va. 

Avery, Virginia Mae (Miss) 9 West Lee Street. Raleigh, N.C. 

Bailey. Mamie Evans (Mrs.) 1312 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 

Baines. Sylvia Lee (Miss) Rt. 2, Box 355. Spring Hope. N.C. 

Baldwin. Fred James (Mr.) 449 N.W. 8th St., Miami, Fla. 

Baldwin, Hazel Mae (Miss) P.O. Box 82, Wananish, N.C. 

Barfield, Addie Ruth (Miss) 2400-13th St. NW, Washington 9, D.C. 

Barnes, Bennie (Mr) 719 Devereaux St., Goldsboro, N.C. 

Barnes, Mary Anne (Miss) Rt. 4. Zebulon, N.C. 

Barnette. Howard Cornelius (Mr.) New Hope Street, Rutherford, N.C. 

Barton. Brenda Joyce (Miss) 414 N. Ohio Ave., Atlantic City, N.J. 

Batchelor, Willie Ethel (Mrs.) Rt. 1, Box 85. Tarboro, N.C. 

Battle. Pearl Aron (Miss) Rt. 2, Box 90. Whitakers, N.C. 

Beatty. Theodora Cordery (Miss) 32 Dayton Street, Westbury, N.Y. 

Belk, Frank Bernard, Jr. (Mr.) 401 Chambers St.. Statesville. N.C. 

Bell, Man- Elizabeth (Mrs.) 226 Rand Road. Garner. N.C. 

Belton. Mamie Genova (Miss) 612 Fisher St.. Burlington. N.C. 

Benjamin, Isaiah Frank (Mr.) . . 1736 Seaton PI. NW, Washington, DC. (Zone 9) 

Bennett, Frances Vivian (Miss) 2365 W. 8th Ave., Hialeah, Fla. 

Bennett. Thomas Edward (Mr.) 128 Lincoln Court. Raleigh, N.C. 

Best, Pervilla (Miss) 303 S. Slocumb St , Goldsboro, N.C. 

Black, Shirley Jean (Miss) 201 Bridge St., Fuquay Springs, N.C. 

Blackwell, Hattie Elizabeth (Miss) 1308 Clark St.. Greenville, N.C. 

Blackwell. La Vem (Miss) Rt. 5, Box 346, Burlington, N.C. 

Bland, Joyce Mae (Miss) P.O. Box 143. Warrenton, N.C. 

Blaylock, Martha Peyton (Mrs.) 114 E. Johnson Dr.. Cary. N.C. 

Blount, Faye Lovia (Miss) 808 S. George St., Farmville, N.C. 

Blount. Robert (Mr.) 22 Abeel St.. New Brunswick, N.J. 

Bond. Marie Janet (Miss) Rt. 4. Box 304, Windsor. N.C. 

Bond, Roderick Edmond (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 357. Windsor, N.C. 

Boone. Marcella E. (Miss) 2112 W. Venango St. Philadelphia. Pa. 

Boone, Millard Fillmore HI (Mr.) General Delivery, Seaboard. N.C. 

Boston, Otis Lee (Mr.) 417-12lh St.. Palmetto. Fla. 

Bowman. Donald Jerome (Mr.i 148 Wine St., Hampton, Va. 

Boyd, Pattie Marie (Miss) 512 Buick St., Rocky Ml.. N.C. 

Boyer, Timothy Joshua (Mr.) 854 Douglas Ave., Winter Park, Fla. 

Branch, Doris Camellia (Miss) General Deliverv. Severn, N.C. 

Branch, Susie Halleane (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 234. Kenansville, N.C. 

Brandon, Charles Edward (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 133, Varina, N.C. 

Bridgets. James Cullen (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 23, Tarboro, N.C. 

Bright. Thomas Melvin (Mr.) 834 Cove Blvd.. Panama City, Fla. 

Briley, Clarence Gabriel (Mr.) . P.O. Box 334. Fuquay Springs. N.C. 

Brisbon. Sally Ulamae (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 32, Boykin, S.C- 

Brodie. Gloria Elizabeth (Miss) 444 S. Main St., Franklinton, N.C. 

Brodie, PrisciUa Ann (Miss) 444 S. Main St.. Franklinton, N.C. 

Brodie, \irginia Dell (Miss) Rt. 4. Box 16, Louisburg, N.C. 

Brown. Barbara Ann (Miss) Fairview St.. Athens, Ga. 

Brown. Joe Baker (Mr.) 1421 Church St.. Statesville, N.C. 

Brown. Nancy Carol (Miss) 202 Hairston St.. Draper, N.C. 

Brown, Susie Wilhelmina (Miss) 528 Julian St., Greensboro. N.C. 

Brown, Theodore (Mr.) 1089 William St.. Elizabeth, N.J. 

Brown, William Edward (Mr.) 55 Farley Ave., Newark, N.J. 

Brian. Pearlie Jo Ann (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 207A. Vanceboro, N.C. 

Bryant. Delphine (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 333. Windsor, N.C. 

Bullock. Gloria Ann (Miss) 208 Person St.. Oxford. N.C. 

Bullock. Stafford Governor (Mr.) Rt. 4, Box 103, Oxford. N.C. 

Bunch, Arthur C. (Mr.) Rt. 7, Box 114. Raleigh, N.C. 

Byers, Bennie Joe (Mr.) 763 Gillespie St., Greensboro, N.C. 

Byers, Martha Jean (Miss) 719 Chamberlain Ave., Perth Amboy. N.J. 



Bynum. Addie Doris (Miss) R,. i, Selma, N.C. 

Bynum. Nettie Netisha (Miss) RED 3, Box 175, New Bern! N.C. 

Caldwell, Joyce Marie (Miss) 1420 N. Caldwell St.. Gastonia, N.C. 

Caldwell, Samuel, Jr. (Mr.) 413 Bouchelle St., Morganton, N.C. 

Campbell, Waders, Jr. (Mr.) 115 Beaufort St.. Dillon, S.C. 

Cannady. Donna Rebecca (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 386. Raleigh. N.C. 

Carey. John Henry. Jr. (Mr.) Star Route, Box 33-C, Buckingham, Va. 

Carmon. Bettie Jean (Miss) P.O. Box 144, Winleryille, N.C. 

Carpenter. Anthony Hermit (Mr.) 59-W St., N.W., Washington 1, D.C. 

Carr, Jacqueline Virginia (Miss) 1302 Branch St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Carr. Robert Lee (Mr.) 752 Fitzgerald Dr.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Carroll, Katrina (Miss) 1120 Bullock St., Henderson, N.C. 

Carter, George Thomas (Mr.) Rt, 1, Box 111. Pendleton. N.C. 

Carter. James Bolden (Mr.) 405 Bank St.. Elizabeth City. N.C. 

Carter, Nathaniel Pollard. Jr. (Mr.) . . 2306 E Manihall St.. Richmond 23. Va. 

Carter, Robert Vernon (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 111. Pendleton, N.C. 

Chambliss. Cliflford Boss (Mr.) 457 Smith St.. Suffolk, Va. 

Chesney, Jacquelyn Carol Jones (Mrs.) Rt. 1. Box 150, Goldston, N.C. 

Claiborne, Lula Virginia (Miss) P.O. Box 603. S. Boston, Va. 

Clark. Allie Dexter (Mr.) Rt. 2. Box 249, Scotland Neck. N.C. 

Clay, Evelyn Andrews (Mrs.) 2304 Sherwood Ave., Parmele. N.C. 

Clay, James Marshall (Mr.) 811 S. West St., Raleigh. N.C. 

Clement, Leola (Miss) 16 Pinedafe Dr., Greenville, S.C. 

Cobb, Shirley Ann (Miss) P.O. Box 93, Macclesfield, N.C. 

Cobb. Vera Helen (Miss) Sycamore Street, Lincolnton, N.C. 

Coe. Louise (Miss) 541 E. Nash St., Wilson, N.C. 

Coleman. Clarence Woods (Mr.) 244-A-Slreet. Abingdon, Va. 

Coleman, Collie (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 354. Bailey. N.C. 

Coleman, William Howard Jr. (Mr.) 7018 Mt. Vernon St.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Cooke. Joyce Racquel (Miss) 317 W. Lenoir St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Cooper, Patricia Faye (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 166, Merritt, N.C. 

Costin, Willie Mae (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 163, Ivanhoe, N.C. 

Gotten. Lorettia (Miss) 6 Nash Terrace. Raleigh, N.C. 

Couch. Mary Alberta (Miss) Rt. 3, Box 212. Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Coursey, Vernon Charles (Mr.) 903 Forrester Ave., Darby. Pa. 

Cox. Et^in Ray (Mr.) 116 W. Barwick St., Ayden, N.C. 

Cozart, Dela Mae (Miss) R,. 2, Box 53-A. Apex, N.C. 

Crayton, Esther Juanita (Miss) 1231-25th St.. Newport News, Va. 

Crenshaw, John Edwin (Mr.) 1260 Burke Ave.. New York, N.Y. 

Crenshaw. Martha Elizabeth (Miss) 431 E. Juniper St., Wake Forest, N.C. 

Crutchfield. Ruby Adams (Mrs.) Rt. 3. Box 228. Raleigh, N.C. 

Currin, Alexander Eddie (Mr.) 190I Boaz Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 

Dalton, Conrad Richard (Mr.) 503 Sylvia St., Statesville, N.C. 

Dancy, Josephine (Miss) P.O. Box 33, Tarboro, N.C. 

Davenport. Mable Jean (Miss) P.O. Box 261. Plymouth, N.C. 

Davis, Anna Mozelle (Miss) Rt. 4, Box 259. Louisburg, N.C. 

Davis, Betty Lou (Miss) Rt. 2, Box 117-A, Laurel Hill, N.C. 

Davis. Charles Samuel (Mr.) Rt. 5, Box 277, Oxford, N.C. 

Davis, Clifton Robert 584 E, Lenoir St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Davis, Gibson Winifried (Mr.) 6 Ross Court, Petersburg, Va. 

Davis. H. T. (Mr.) 1540 N.W. 4th Ave., Pompano Beach, Fla. 

Davis. John Edward (Mr.) Rt. 3. Box 44, Louisburg, .N'.C. 

Davis. Linda Susan (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 161-A. Ahoskie, N.C. 

Davis. Milton Matthewson (Mr.) P.O. Box 234, Tarboro, N.C. 

Davis. Ophelia Dailene (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 197. Council, N.C. 

Davis, Patrick Henry (Mr.) Rt. 2, Box 116, Halifax, N.C. 

Davis. Pauline (Miss) 910 Ramsey St., Fayetteville, N.C. 

Day. Roy McCoy (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 66. Pendleton, N.C. 

Dean. Inez Phyllis (Miss) 336 Port Republic Road, Waynesboro, Va. 

DeLoatch, Cleveland McCollins (Mr.) . . 203 E- 13th St., Scotland Neck, N.C. 

Dew, James Arthur (Mr.) 1321 Fairmont St. NW, Washington, D.C. 

Dickens. Annie Maude (Miss) 308 Myrtle Ave., Rocky Mt., N.C. 

Diggs, Mary Lena (Miss) General Delivery, Chuckatuck, Va. 

Diggs. Paul Terry (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 199. Rockingham, N.C. 

Dixon. Levi Delano (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 256. Acme, N.C. 

Dixon. Veronica Lee (Miss) 1109 Rauhut St.. Burlington, N.C. 

Dolbv. Attie Lee (Miss) 1321 Branch St.. Raleigh, N,C. 

Dolby. David Augustus (Mr.) 911 Manly St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Dolby, Edward Cecil (Mr.) 911 Manly St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Dotson, Mary Elizabeth (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 158, Hurlock, Md. 

Douglas, Fred Lee (Mr.) Rt. 5, Bo\ 456, Sanford, N.C. 

Driver. Linwood Bernard (Mr.) 1300 Highland Ave. Portsmouth, Va. 

Duncan, Ruethenia Pattyandrea (Miss) 309 Hancock St.. Brooklyn. N.Y. 

Dunn, Joanne Pretty (Mrs.) Rt. 2, Box 1, Zebulon. N.C. 

Dunston. Sidney Emmanuel (Mr.) P.O. Box 23, Louisburg, N.C. 



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Duren, Anhur Ltroy (XJr.) 13S Park Ave., Engln.ood. N J. 

Earle. Charles Alexander (Mr.) Duncaru. Trclawny, Jamaica, U'.I. 

Earp, Bettie Lob (Miss) P,0, Box 311, Clayton. N,C. 

Easlerling Scipio Booker Timotliv III (Mr. I P.O. Box 45, Ellerbe. N.C. 

Edmond, Jacquclvn Deborah (Missi 755 Ml, Vernon St,, Camden, N.J. 

Edmonds. Henry- Lee (Mr.) 335 Linden .Ave., North Hills, Pa, 

Edmonds, Jesse, Jr 335 Linden Ave.. .North Hills. Pa. 

Edwards. Blanche Evelyn (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 74. Woodland. N C. 

Edwards. Wendell (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 90. Woodland. NO. 

Edwards, Yvonne .Alzada (Miss) P.O. Box 271. Halifax. Va. 

Eggleston, Costa Lee (Miss) 903 A Street, Martinsville, \'a. 

Elliott, Robert Smith (Mr.) P.O. Box 116. Milton, N.C. 

Eure. Vernon Bruce (Mr.) P.O. Box 28. Roduco. N.C. 

Evans. Willie Coleman (Mr.) 1322 N. 22nd St.. Richmond. Va. 

Everett. Sherrv Mae (Miss) 247 E. Jefferson St.. Pittsburgh 12. Pa. 

Exum. Georgia Pemiecy (Miss) 914 Newcombe Rd.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Feimster, Bobby ,\nen (Mr,) 145 Newton St,, Statesville, .N,C, 

Fellers, Loretta L'Vonne (Miss) 813 E- Hargett St,, Raleigh, N,C, 

Fennell, John Thomas (Mr.) Post Office. Rose Hill. N C. 

Ferguson. Patricia .Ann (Miss) 329 Fannie Cir.. Charlotte, N.C. 

Ferrell. .Annie Vernell (Miss) Rt. 4. Zebulon. N.C. 

Ferrell. Clementine (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 110, Wendell, N,C. 

Fisher, Marva .Anderson (Miss) P.O. Box 21. Merintt, N.C, 

Fisher, Michael (Mr,) 690 Hunterdon St,, Newark, NJ. 

Flythe. Woodrow (Mr.) P.O. Box 251, Conway, N,C. 

Fonville. Ernell (Miss) P.O. Box 361. New Bern, N.C. 

Fonville. Georgia Mae (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 31-D. New Bern. N.C. 

Foriest. Clifton Joel (Mr.) Rt. 2. Box 34. Conwav. N.C. 

Foster. Dallas (Mr.) 574 E. Lenoir St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Foust. Lena Mae (Miss) P.O. Box 302. Mebane. N.C. 

Fox, James Arthur (Mr,) 5926 4th St,, NW, Washington 11, DC. 

Frederick. Ruby Pearl (Mrs.) Rt. 1, Box 263. Holly Springs. N.C. 

Frederick. William Hicks I Mr.) Box 315, Faison, N.C. 

Freeman. Carolyn Elizabeth (Miss) 730 E. 28th St.. Norfolk. Va. 

Freeman. Gloria -Ann (Miss) 318 S. Tartoro Rd.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Freeman, Herbert James (Mr.) 307 Pugh St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Freeman. Pauline (Miss) Rt. 3. Box S4. Tarboro. N.C. 

French. Willie. Jr. (Mr.) . Rt. 2. Box 12. Pittsboro. N.C. 

Fr^e. Mamie Oni I Miss) P O. Box 244. Pinehurst. .\.C. 

Fuller. Ophelia Rachelle (Miss) 24 Irx-ing St.. .Amityville. N.V. 

Galley. Jo Ann Cecelia (Miss) 747 Dale St.. Uniondale. N.V. 

Gamble. Lee .Alice (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 131. Bartow . Ga. 

Galling. .Algetha (Miss) P.O. Box 77. Roduco. N.C. 

Gentry. Ella Glendora (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 22. Blanch. N.C. 

Gentr>-, Wyatt Victor. Jr. (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 22. Banch. N.C. 

Gerald. Preston. Jr. (Mr.) Rt. 4. Box 260. Raleigh. N.C. 

Gibbons. Leonard (Mr.) 371 Pershine .Ave.. Newark. N.J. 

Gibbs. Joe Lanier (Mr.) 1304 E. Davie St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Gill. Dorothy Ann (Miss) Rl. 4. Box 16, Louisburg. N.C. 

Glaspie. .Annie Lue (Miss) Rt. 1. Faison. N.C. 

Glee. Annette (Miss) 411 St. James Ave., Suffolk. Va. 

Godette. Janice Marie (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 128-B. Havelock. N.C. 

Godette. Lavera Lee (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 128-B. Havelock. N.C. 

Gollidav. Iris Janette (Miss) 4612 .Ashland St.. St. Louis 15. Mo. 

Golliday, Winifred Ester (Miss) 4612 .Ashland St.. St. Louis 15. Mo. 

Gooding. .Annie Caroll (Miss) 129 W. 144th St.. N.Y. 30. N.Y. 

Goolsby. Daisy Mae (Miss) 1012 Frederick St.. Shelby. N.C. 

Graham. John Thomas (Mr.) Rt. 2. Box 106. Pink Hill. N.C. 

Grandy. Eva Mae (Miss) 127 Welch St.. Norfolk 22. Va. 

Graves. Ellis Ann (Miss) Rt. 2. Box 142-B. Ramseur. NO. 

Gray. Charles Carroll (Mr.) 114 Garrett Ave.. Roscmont. Pa. 

Gray. Shirley .Ann (Miss) P.O. Box 582. Jacksonville. N.C. 

Gray. Wallace Cleveland (Mr.) 23 .Angevinc .Ave.. Hempstead. N.Y. 

Green, Ernest Edward (Mr.) 314 S. McDaniel St.. Enfield, N.C. 

Greene, Delia Bell (Miss) 202 Pantego St., Belhaven, N.C. 

Greene. James Kenneth (Mr.) 1310 Smithfield St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Greene, Mae Lois 2817 Chavis Dr.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Greene, W'illiam Michael (Mr.) Rt. 2. Petersburg. Va. 

Griffin, Harry (Mr.) 199 .Ashland .Aic. .Asheville, N.C. 

Griffin, Raymond (Mr.) Rt. 2, Box 201, Disputanta, Va. 

Grissom, Felix (Mr.) Rt. 3. Box 26. Louisburg. N.C. 

Guess, Loudelia Serena (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 266, Morrisville. N.C. 

Guilford, Lois .Ann (Miss) 124 Hobson St., Newark, N.J. 

Hailes, Barbara Jean (Miss) 457 Byrne St., Petersburg, Va. 

Hairston. Nancy Faye (Miss) 114 Blackstock St., Spray, N.C. 

Hall, Barbara Morris (Mrs.) Rt. 2. Box 294, Scotland Neck, N.C. 



Hall, James William (Mr.) 465 W. 152 St., New York 31, NY. 

Hall, Louis (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 188. Leiand, N.C. 

Hall, Rixine Winbome (Mrs,) 207 E. 3rd St,, Plymouth, N,C, 

Hamm, Delphine (Miss) PC, Box 181, Stantonburg, NO. 

Hammond, Harold Lewis (Mr,) Rl, 2, Jersey Rd,, Salisbury. Md, 

Harbison, Effie Mae (Mrs,) Rt, 5, Box 682, Morganton. ,N,C, 

Harding, Eric Ambrose (Mr.) 2733 Markham St,, Portsmouth, Va. 

Hardy, John Dempsey (Mr.) 5-D Mitchell Wooten-Court. Kinslon. N.C. 

Hardy. Lillie Olivia (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 35. Enfield, N,C. 

Hargrove. James Elliott (Mr.) P.O. Box 433. Southport N.C. 

Harp, Barbara .Ann (Miss) 936 Newcombe Rd., Raleigh, .N.C. 

Harrington. Jame Henry (.Mr.) 112 W. 16th St.. Greenville, .N.C. 

Harris. Jennie Willis iMiss) Rt. 1. Box 334, .Apex, N,C. 

Harris. Josephine Inez (Miss) Rt. 2, Box 77, Nashville, N.C. 

Harris, Samuel (Mr.) 5535 Fernwood Rd.. Norfolk 6, Va. 

Harris. Vera Ann (Miss) 1019 Smithfield St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Hartsfield. William McKinley (Mr.) 1608 Pender St., Raleigh, .N,C, 

Hawkins, Holland Ann (.Miss) Rt, 1, Box 97, Dover, N,C. 

Hawkins, Melvin Leon (.Mr.) 801 Hancock St,, Lynchburg, Va, 

Hayes, Patricia Carolyn (Miss) 118-07 192 St,, St. Albans 12, N.Y. 

Haynes. Victoria Arbena (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 220. Whiteville. N.C. 

Haywood. Ella Juanita (Miss) 528 Belvedere Cir.. Kings Mountain, N.C. 

Head. Tommy Lee (.Mr.) 116 Edwards Dr.. Marietta, Ga. 

Headen, Sylvester CoUien (Mr.) Rt. 3. Box 5. Pittsboro. N.C. 

Height. Robert Louis (Mr.) 521 Calloway Drive. Raleigh. N.C. 

Hendricks. Maxine (Miss) P.O. Box 455. Warrenton, N.C. 

Hicks. Bettie Beatrice (Miss) Rt. 3. .Middlcburg. N.C. 

Hicks. Emma Lee (Miss) Rt. 3. Middleburg. N.C. 

High, Kayreitha Divan (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 242, Zebulon. N.C. 

High. Marian Beatrice (Miss) P.O. Box 127. Knightdale. N.C. 

High. Natalie Ann (.MUs) Rt. 2. Box 31, Zebulon N.C. 

High. Percy Leroy (Mr.) 907 E. Hargett St., Raleigh. .N.C. 

Hilliard. Lorenzo Oscar (Mr.) 1625 Broadhead St.. Pittsburg. Pa. 

Hines. Blanche Delores (Miss) 700 Edmondson .Ave., Tarboro. N.C. 

Hinton. Eula Mae (.Miss) 311 N. Fisher St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Hinton. James .Allen (Mr.) Rt. 1. Knightdale. N.C. 

Hinton, Janice Faye (Miss) P.O. Box 74. Smithfield. N.C. 

Hinton, Otis Leroy (Mr.) 719 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Hinton. Pecolia Elaine (Miss) 719 S. Saunders St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Hinton. Shirley Ann (Miss) 1306 E. Edenton St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Hodges. Barbara Jean (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 17. Oriental. N.C. 

Holden. Lonnie Dallas. Jr. (Mr.) 736 Bunch Dr.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Holder. Jean Marie (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 362. Zebulon. N.C. 

Holland. Maurice Bowen (Mr.) P.O. Bo.x 524, Aberdeen, N.C. 

Hopkins. .Marian Best (Mr.) 1228 Highland .Ave.. Winston-Salem. N.C. 

Home. Julia Pearl (Miss) P.O. Box 579. Wadesboro. N.C. 

Horton. Harvey (Mr.) Route 1. Box 189. \Vendell. N.C. 

House. Janice Elaine (Miss) 3528 Clay PI. NE. Apt. 4. Washington. D.C. 

Howard. James. Jr. (Mr.) 513'i S. Bloodworth St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Howard. John Norman (Mr.) 900 N. 24th St.. Richmond. Va. 

Howard. Margaret Ann (Miss) . 606 Dew St.. Wilson, N.C. 

Hovvell, riovd Owen (Mr.) 1014 Cannister St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Howell. James Edward (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 102-B. Warrenton. N.C. 

Howell. Lula Beatrice (Miss) 12 W. Worth St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Irons. Herschel Lester (Mr.) 913 S. East St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Jackson. Brenda Lee (Miss) 1437 N.W. 70th St.. Miami. Fla. 

Jackson. Martha Rae (Miss) 407 Edens Ave.. Lumberton. N.C. 

Jackson. Man- Evelyn (Miss) Rt. 2. Box 75. Harlem. Ga. 

James, Carol .Ann (Miss) P.O. Box 711. Taylorsville. N.C. 

James. Deborah Elaine (Miss) 17 Davis Avenue. E. Orange. N.J. 

James, Loretta Marie (Miss) 17 Davis Avenue, E, Orange, N,J. 

Jenkins. Mar->- Elizabeth (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 152. Cameron. N.C. 

Jiggetts. Flora Lue (Miss) 201 .Alexander .Ave.. Oxford. N.C. 

Johnson, Charies Albert (Mr.) 7-B Lee Walker St.. .Asheville. N.C. 

Johnson. Constance Louvella (Miss) 1312 Fourth St.. Lynchburg. \'a. 

Johnson. Genevieve Beatrice (Miss) General Delivery-. Valdesc. N.C. 

Johnson, Lanuc .Allen (Mr.) 52&4 Cedar .Ave.. Philadelphia. Pa. 

Johnson. Lillian Dafford (Mrs.) P.O. Box 269. Rose Hill. N.C. 

Johnson, Linda Patricia (Miss) 219 Fowie St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Johnson. Louis (Mr.) J002 S. Blount St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Johnson. Louise Mason (Mrs.) 715 Powell St.. Henderson. N.C. 

Johnson. Vernon Roscoe (Mr.) 148 Branch Village. Camden. N.J. 

Johnson. Windsor Franklin (Mr.) P.O. Box 115. Rose Hill. N.C. 

Jones. Barbara Nell (Miss) 212 Lee St., Raleigh. .N.C. 

Jones. Blanche .Arieicc (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 24-.A. Aulander, N.C. 

Jones. Byma Margurite (Miss) 888 S. 15th St.. Newark, N.J. 



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Jones. Dujante Andrew (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 258. Mt. Olive. N.C. 

Jones. George Louis (Mr.) 1319 Boundry St., High Point, N.C. 

Jones. James Robert (Mr.) 1323 Walnut St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Jones, John Robert (Mr,) G-neral Delivery, Seaboard, N.C. 

Jones, Marjorie Olga (Miss) 8 Lincoln Terrace, Raleigh, N.C. 

Jones. Robert Lee (Mr.) 309 S. 15th St., Wilmington, N.C. 

Jordan. Willie (Mr.) 3716 1st St. West, Birmingham, Ala. 

Joyner, Paul James (Mr.) Rt. 3, Bo.\ 212, LaGrange, N.C. 

Kearney. Shirley Lee (Miss) 425 Royal Street. Method. N.C. 

Kelly, Victoria (Miss) 1361 29th St., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Kenan, Aichie Graham (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 221, Rose Hill, N.C. 

King. Beauregard Billy (Mr.) 154 Cemetai-y St., Chester. S.C. 

King. John Robert (Mr.) 927-A Hugh St., Goldsboro, N.C. 

KingsbcrtT. Palmer Henry (Mr.) Rt. 3, Box 224, Louisburg, N.C. 

Kinsey. Nellie Leola (Miss) 1409 Desmond St.. Kinston. N.C. 

Knight, Lucy Mae (Miss) 407 Wagner St., Tarboro, N.C. 

Kollock, Dorothy Jean (Miss) 327 Front St., Cheran, DC, S.C. 

Kornegay. Haro' Clinton (Mr.) 321 Pine St., Kinston, N.C. 

Lace«ell, Pamela Ann (Miss) 206 N. Lombard St.. Clavton, N.C. 

Ladson. Edward (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 196. Charleston, S.C. 

Lake. Bennie Lee (Mr.) 80 Ora St.. Asheville. N.C. 

Lamb, Kathrine (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 114, Corapeake, N.C. 

Lambertson. Gloria Maxine (Miss) P.O. Box 124, Potecasi. N.C. 

Langford. Josephine Gevonne (Miss) P.O. Box 11. Potescasi. N.C. 

L.issitcr. Robert Lawrence (Mr.) 107 W. Preston St.. Selma. N.C. 

Latta. Eunice Beverly (Miss) 18 Lincoln Terrace, Raleigh, N.C. 

Latta. Matyre Louise (Miss) 18 Lincoln Terrace. Raleigh, N.C. 

Laughinghouse, Patti (Miss) 1222 Davenport St., Greenville, N.C. 

Laws. Edna Earl (Miss) Rt. 3, Box 653, Raleigh, N.C. 

Layton, Solomon (Mr.) 872 S. 14th St., Newark, N.J. 

Lea, William Malloy (Mr,) Yanceyville, N,C. 

Leach, Mary Alice (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 71-A, WiUowspring, .\.C. 

Leary. Sandra P. E. (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 81, Vanceboro, ,\.C. 

Lee, Dianne Louise (Miss) 29 W. Third St.. Media, Pa. 

Lee, Gerard, Jr. (Mr.) 14 Lawton St., Newark, N.J. 

Lee, Queen Esther (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 65-A, Wadesboro, N.C, 

Leggett, Mattie Mae (Miss) 7031/2 E. 11th St., Lumberton, N.C. 

Lewis, Jacqueline (Miss) Rt, 2, Box 93, Whitakers, N,C. 

Lewis, Sallie Mae (Miss) Rt, 1, Box 20, Elizabethtown, N.C. 

Lewis, William Heni-y (Mr.) Rt. 3, Box 97, Apex, N.C, 

Little, Stella Joyce (Miss) 319 Gladden St., Washington, N.C. 

Logan, Solon Eugene (Mr.) Rt, 1. Lake Lure, ,\.C. 

Long, James Matthew (Mr.) 120 E. 4th St., Lexington, N.C. 

Lyies, James Edward (Mr,) 542 E. Lenoir St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Lyon, Hawa (Miss) Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa 

Lyons, Doris Jean (Miss) Rt. 3, Box 254, Chapel Hill, ,\.C. 

McArthur, Lauretta (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 98. Magnolia, N,C. 

McCollum, William Thomas (Mr.) H-6 Washington Ter., Raleigh, N.C. 

McCoy. Mildred Ann (Miss) 1115 S. East St., Raleigh, N.C. 

McCrimmon. Joan Olivia 218 Lee St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

McCullom, Greta Lois (Miss) 506 Booker St., Greensboro, .N.C. 

McDaniel. Carolyn Beatrice (Miss) . . . 3740 Candlers Mt. Rd., Lynchburg. Va. 

McDaniel, Carson Elmore (Mr.) 34 Hudson St.. N Tarrytown, N.Y. 

McDonald, Annie Ruth (Miss) 1113 S. Wilmington. Raleigh, N.C. 

McDonald, Mattie Wilma (Miss) Rt. 2, Box 80, Parkton, N.C. 

McDowell, Shirley Mae (Miss) P.O. Box 2. Buies Creek, N.C. 

McDuflie, Mae Alice Lee (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 347, Whitevillc, N.C. 

McGimpsey. Thomas Thurman (Mr.) Colored Orphanage. Oxlord, N,C. 

McGuire, Mitchell Garfield (Mr.) 676 Willoughby Ave-, Biooklvn, N.Y. 

McKay, Doris Fay (Miss) 1924 Hadley Rd., Raleigh, N.C, 

McKay, James Wilbert (Mr.) 1924 Hadley Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 

McKinnie, Dorothy Louise W. (Mrs.) Rt. 1, Box 75-B. Holly Springs. N.C, 

McKinzcy, Chatle (Mr.) 368 Brunswick Ave., Trenton, N.C. 

McKoy, Linwood (Mr,) Rt. 1, Box 204, Varina, N C, 

McLawhorn, Ruby Mae (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 483, Kinston, N.C. 

McNair, Sterling (Mr,) 29-B Lumbee Homes, Lumberton, N.C. 

McNeil, Gene Autry (Mr,) Box 64, Erwin, N.C. 

Mack, Carolyn Vivian (Miss) 1008 E. Jones St.. Raleigh, N C. 

Mack, Margaret Lois (Miss) P.O. Box 132, McCain, N.C. 

Mack, Nathalie Albertha (Miss) 418 Sumter Street, Charleston, S.C. 

Maddox. Elaine Louise (Miss) P.O. Box 312, Fedeialsburg, Md. 

Maddox, Joan Carolyn (Miss) P.O, Box 312, Federalsburg, Md. 

Maffett. Lena Mae (Miss) 203 Doak St.. Thomasville, N.C. 

Magwood, Clifton Leroy (Mr,) 48 W St., N.W.. Washington. D.C. 

Mahon, Ellen Diane (Miss) 256 Sterling St., Brooklyn 25, N.J. 

Mallard, Dorothy Lee (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 53, Rose Hill, N.C. 

Malone, Barbara Ann (Miss) 316 E. South St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Malone. Jo Ann (Miss) Rt. 7, Box 489, Raleigh, N.C, 

Malone, Patricia Carroll (Miss) 316 E, South St., Raleigh, N,C. 

Mann, Paul Reginald (Mr.) 844 Dawson St., Bronx 59, N.Y. 



Marrow, James Thomas (Mr,) 624 Orange St., Henderson, N,C, 

Marshall, Hester Luevenia (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 271, Wadesboro, N.C. 

Martin. Patricia Leslie Ann (Miss) 720 E. End Street, Columbia. Tenn. 

Mathes, James Russell (Mr.) 1176 Pcnn St., Camden, N.J. 

Maye, James Andrew (Mr.) 60S George St., Farmville, N.C. 

Maynor, Elaine (Miss) R,. 1, Box 296, Erwin, N,C. 

Mbugua, Hemphrey Charles (Mr,) Wangigc, P,0. Lower 

Kabete, Kenya, E,A. 

Mial, Beatrice Comilla (Miss) 539 E. Lenoir St., Raleigh, N,C. 

Michael, Charles Edward (Mr,) 405 N, Pugh St., Lexington, N.C, 

Middleton, Grace Vermina (Miss) P.O. Box 161, Kenansville, N.C. 

Miles. Arlene (Miss) 907 S. Blount St., Raleigh, N,C, 

Miles, Sandra Jean (Miss) 519 Vargrove St., Winston-Salem, N,C. 

Miller, Ethel Pearl (Miss) Rt, 1, Box 67, Magnolia, N.C. 

Miller, Helen Charles (Miss) P.O. Box 291, Mt, 01i%e, N,C. 

Miller. Lonnie Mae (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 204, Kenansville, N,C. 

Mllligan, Robert Stanley (Mr,) 758 Madison St., Brooklyn 21, N.Y. 

Mims, Bennie Craig (Mr.) 701 Rosemont Ave,. Raleigh, N.C. 

Mitchell. Elizabeth (Miss) 1202 E. Martin St., Raleigh, N,C. 

Mitchell, Ira (Mr.) 30I W. 153 St.. New York, N.Y. 

Mitchell, Minnie Pearl (Miss) Star Rt, 1, Box 11, Jackson, N,C. 

Mitchell, Ruth Lunetta (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 111. Bland, N.C, 

Mobley, Dorothy Mae (Miss) 215 E. Lenoir St,. Raleigh, N,C. 

Monk, Doris Genette (Miss) P.O. Box 134, Bayboro, N.C. 

Monroe, Lee Everett (Mr.) IS-E Taylor Homes, Wilmington, N.C. 

Monroe, Lynwood (Mr.) 321 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Moore. Dalton McCoy (Mr.) Rt. 3, Box N-102, New Bern, N.C. 

Moore. Ethel Marie (Miss) 7102-F Madden Ct., Ft. Geo. G. Mead. Md. 

Moore. Judith Carol (Miss) 922 Baum Drive. Raleigh, N.C. 

Moore, Locke (Mr.) Rt. 2, Box 272, Clarkton, N,C. 

Moore. Marion Elizabeth (Miss) 802 N. Goshen St., Oxford, N,C. 

Morgan. Elaine (Miss) 251 Stallings St.. Clavton'. N.C. 

Morgan. Tyrone (Mr.) Rt. 2. Box 72, Bailey, N.C. 

Mosley. Freddie Melvin (Mr.) 2121 6th PI. W.. Birmingham, Ala. 

Moseley, Lue Alvia Reddick (Mrs,) 801 E, Davie St., Raleigh, N,C. 

Moss, Mildred Gwendolyn (Miss) General Delivery, Bowling Green, S.C, 

Moss, Shirley Ann (Miss) 614 Norman St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Moultrie, Willie Carolyn (Miss) 3704 Baring St., Philadelphia, Pa, 

Moye, Haywood, Jr. (Mr.) 749 Fitzgerald Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 

Muse, Clarence Lee (Mr.) Rt. 1_ Box 255, Halifax, Va, 

Mwangi, Andrew Stephen (Mr,) Ngongogeri Farm, Njoro — Kenya, E,A. 

Neighbors. Margaret Jane (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 68, Buckingham, Va. 

Netherland. Stanley Roger (Mr.) 1860 Shea St., Knoxville, Tenn, 

Newman, Jerry Dixon (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 315-B. Salemburg. N.C. 

Newsome. Betty Jean (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 14, Clayton, N.C, 

Nichols, OI,ga Lee (Miss) 509 Pitt St., Greenville, N.C. 

Nixon. Thelma Lee (Miss) 1103 Holman St., Raleigh, N,C, 

Nunn, Eleanor Frances (Miss) 1006 S. Person St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Osborne, Alice Patricia Mitchell (Mrs.) 413 Cannon St.. Raleigh, N,C. 

Ouke, Ogweno Frederick (Mr,) P.O. Nyilima, Uyoma — Kenya, E.A. 

Chvens, Eva Mae (Miss) 208 McClanahan St., Oxford. N.C. 

Oxendine, John Alexander (Mr.) 175 Leamine Ave.. Cape May, N,J, 

Pace, Joan Rosilyn (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 382, Wendell, N,C, 

Pace, Worley Samuel Jr. (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 381, Wendell, N,C. 

Parker, William Thomas (Mr.) 615 Elvie St., Wilson, N,C. 

Patterson, Amur La Vern (Miss) Rt. 4, Box 105, Kinston, N,C. 

Peace, Preston Roscoe (Mr.) 1728 Capitol Ave., North East #2, 

Washington, D,C, 

Peoples, Rochell (Mr.) Wendell, N,C. 

Perry. Kathleen Majorie (Miss) 701 S. Main St.. Louisburg. N.C. 

Peterson, Barbara Elaine (Miss; Rt. 2, Box 186, Garland, N.C. 

Pettus, Barry Cleaster (Mr.) 109 Cai-ver St., Clover, S.C. 

Peyton. Mary Lee (Miss) 115 E. Johnson Dr., Gary, N.C. 

Pinknev. Leonard Clinton (Mr.) 204 Adams St.. Rahway, N.J. 

Pitts, Brenda Ann (Miss) 813 Whitehead St., Norfolk, Va. 

Plemmer, Queen Esther (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 415-B. Tarboro, N.C. 

Poe. Paulette Lorraine (Miss) 829 E. Martin St., Raleigh, N.C, 

Polhill, Freddie (Mr.) 182 Hill St., Orange, N.J, 

Pollock, Geraldine (Miss) Rt, 2, Box 72, Arapahoe, Va, 

Pope, Margaret Ann (Miss) 3725-llth Ave., N.. Birmingham, Ala. 

Powell. Bettie Ann (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 116, Apex, N,C, 

Powell, Ernest Lee (Mr,) Rt, 1, Box 268, New Hill, N.C. 

Powell, Louis Edward (Mr.) 73 Seaton PI., N.W., Washington, DC, 

Powell, Theodore. Jr. (Mr.) 309 Fowle St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Powers, Elizabeth (Miss) Rt, 1, Box 479, Whitevillc, N,C, 

Powers, Julia Cordelia (Miss) Rt. 4, Box 399, Martinsville, Va. 

Pratt. Daniel (Mr.) Rt. 1, Wallace, N,C. 

Pretty. William (Mr.) 10 Franklin Ter.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Price, Jerry Marge (Mr.) 820 E. Cabarnis St., Raleigh, N,C, 

Pridgen. Barbara Jean (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 226-A, Whitevillc, N,C, 



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Propst. Sylvia Virginia (Miss) P.O. Box 333. Nc« Ion, N.C. 

Purccll, Canoll Aususia (Mr.) 930 School Slrcet, Davlona Bcacli. Fla. 

Ragland, Ma.y Delores (Miss) 120 Star Stii-et. Raleigh. N.C. 

Ramseur. Barbara .\nn (Miss) Rt. 4. Box 262. Raleigh. N.C- 

Raniseur, Mclzic Clell (Mr.) 414 Logan St.. Statesville, N.C. 

Ramsey. Sondia Gladiolia (Miss) Rt. 4. Box 120. Roxboro. N.C. 

Ratliff. Beyerly Jean (Miss) 508 Lodge St., Wadesboro. N.C. 

Ratliff. Willi.™. F. (Mr.) P.O. Box 166, Wadesboro, N.C. 

Ray. NLary Helen (Miss) 225 Walnut St., Raleigh. N.C. 

Reedv. Joann Andeison (Miss) 1407 Gholson St.. Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Rhines. Willie Leroy (Mr.) 34 Glenvvood PI., Summit. N.J. 

Richardson, Carolyn Lee (Miss) 1901 Bedford Ave., Lynchbuig, \'a. 

Riddick. Rosa Virginia (Miss) Rt. 4. Box 112, Ahoskie, N.C. 

Robinson. Arnold Eugene (Mr.) 1216 Rankin St.. Wilmington. N.C. 

Robinson. Claire Dedidra (Miss) 201 N. 4lh St.. Easley, S.C. 

Robinson. George (Mr.) 948 Booker Ave.. Columbus, Ga. 

Robinson, Joyce (Miss) 2123 Dandridge Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

Robinson, Judy Herring (Miss) RFD 2. Box 252. Garland. N.C. 

Rodriquez, Raymond (Mr,) 318 E. lOOSt,, New York, N,Y, 

Rolle, Joyce (Miss) 1120 N.W. 65th St.. Miami. Fla. 

Rollins. Barbara Jean (Miss) 442 Amislrong St., Portsmouth, Va. 

Rollinson, Curtis Jei-emiah (Mr,) 519 S, 10th St., Wilmington, N.C. 

Rowland. Hattic Inez (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 89. Clayton. N.C. 

Rudison, Marguerite Elaine (Miss) 17 Vee St., N,W,, Washington, D.C. 

Ruffin. Thelma Christine (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 55. Providence. N.C. 

Savage. Dorothy (Miss) Box 425. Rich Square. N.C. 

Scales, Hester Mae (Miss) 106 Ridge St., Leaksvillc, N.C- 

Scott, David Richard (Mr.) 94 Talmagc St., New Brunswick, N.J. 

Scott, Quincy, Jr, (Mr.) 772 Denison Ave., Norfork, Va. 

Seabrook, Ruby Rosetta (Miss) 14 Rosemont, Charleston. S.C. 

Seawell. Ronald Lawrence (Mr.) 1599 Columbus PI.. Rahway. N.J. 

Shackleford. Lawrence (Mr.) 524 Juniper Avenue. Wake Foiest, N.C. 

Shakleford, William Lee (Mr.) 524 Juniper Ave., Wake Forest, N.C. 

Sherrod. Dorothy Mae (Miss) Rt. 6. Box 397, Kinston, N,C. 

Simpson, Geraldine (Miss) 212 N. 10th St., Wilmington, N.C. 

Simpson. HariT Jackson (Mr.) 426 Respass St., Washington, N.C. 

Simpson, ^acy Edward (Mr.) 2209 Nickey Avenue, Fayetteville, N,C. 

Sinclair. James Ira. Jr. (Mr.) 246 Stalling St.. Clayton, N.C. 

Singlctary, Elizabeth Cooke (Mrs.) 7 Nash Terrace. Raleigh. N.C. 

Smith, Alice .\manda (Miss) 1713 Race Path Ave.. Conway, S.C. 

Smith, Brenda Lorraine (Miss) 1601 Marchison Rd., Fayetteville. N.C. 

Smith, Carlton Edward (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 252. Littleton, N.C. 

Smith. Clark Gable (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 132, Varina, N.C. 

Smith, Elois Mae (Miss) 1303 Colonial Ave.. Greenville. N.C. 

Smith. Lillian Tean (Miss) 2502 N. Heritage Ext., Lenoir. N.C. 

Smith. Luella Marie (Miss) 312 E. Martin St.. Raleigh. N.C, 

Smith. Martin Jasper (Mr.) 1157 Park Ave.. Lynchburg. Va. 

Smith. Sarah Kate (Miss) 1206 S. Bloodworth St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Smith, Sharon Ann (Miss) 1314 N, 23rd St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Smith. Shirley Lacy Mae (Miss) 744 Ellington St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

Snipe. Carol Wonetla (Miss) Mebane. N.C. 

Snow. James Billy (Mr.) 214 Lee St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Southerland. Martha Delois (Miss) Rt. 2, Box 280, Warsaw, N.C. 

Southerland, Mildred Estelle (Miss) Rt. 2, Box 280. Wamaw, N,C, 

Sowell, Mack (Mr.) Rt. 1, Ansonville Rd-, Wadesboro. N.C. 

Speight, Lacey .Ann (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 395, Durham, N.C, 

Spellman, Charles Gilbert (Mr,) 11 Humbolt St,, Trenton, N.J. 

Spencer. Patti Mae (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 39, Varina, N.C. 

Spencer, Columbus Donald (Mr.) 702 QuariA- St., Raleigh, N,C. 

Spicer, Selma Gwendolyn (Miss) 806 E. Elm St., Goldsboro. N.C. 

Spivey, Dora Ann (Miss) Rt, 4. Box 64, Louisburg, N.C. 

Spivey. Doris Ann (Miss) Rt, 1. Box 250. Louisburg. N.C. 

Spivey. Ellen Jean (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 284. Louisburg. N.C. 

Squires. Annie Alice (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 165. Merrill, N.C. 

Stallings. Bishop Clemmon (Mr.) Rt. 3. Box 345. Edcnton. N.C. 

Stanley, Belly Ann (Miss) Rt, 1, Box 17. Shallotte, N.C. 

Stanley. Cardrienne Yvonne (Miss) #2 Johnson Terrace, Raleigh, N,C. 

Stanley. Virginia Ann (Miss) #2 Johnson Teirace, Raleigh, N.C. 

Stell. Louis Scott III (Mr.) 1116 W. 51st St., Savannah. Ga. 

Stockton, James Nathaniel (Mr.) Gen. Del., Ml. Ulla. N.C. 

Stone, Willie Samuel, Jr. (Mr.) 1021 Oakwood Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Strayhorn, Rena Virginia (Miss) P,0, Box 85, Pollocksville. N.C. 

Strickland, Betty Rose (Miss) Rl, 1, Orrum, N.C, 

Stroud, Jean Aurelia (Miss) 532 Chopsey Hill Rd,, Bridgepoil 6, Conn, 

Studevan, Russell Henry (Mr,) 3 Grace Ave,, Glenolden, Pa. 

Styles. Richard Wayne (Mr.) 39 Camp St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Suggs, Rosa Lee (Miss) P.O. Box 82, Winterville. N.C. 

Sure. David Moturi (Mr.) Masimba Market. Kisii. Kenya, E.A. 

Sutphin. Carstoba (Miss) R.F.D. 1, Box. 542, South Boston, Va, 

Sutphin, Cecile Rae (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 542. South Boston. Va. 



Sutton, Bettie Sue (Miss) Rt. 6. Raleigh, N,C. 

Taylor, Etta Mae Rt. 2, Box 356, Wilmington, N.C. 

Tei rell, Leia Jean (Miss) Rl, 3, Box 95-B, Louisburg, N,C. 

Thomas, Joe Louis (Mr) 630 N, Avondale Rd., Baltimore 22. Md. 

Thomas, Shirley Ann (Miss) 3125 Rhamkalle Rd., Raleigh, N.C, 

Thomas, William John (Mr,) 210 13th Ave., Newark, N.J. 

Thompson. Henry Edward (Mr.) 31 Silver St., Asheville, N.C. 

Thorne, Jaequelyn Reljecca (Miss) P,0, Box 453, Fuquay Springs, N.C. 

Tillman. Mary Elaine (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 410. Wadesboro, N,C, 

Tmnin, Robcit Lee (Mr,) 60 Garrett Ave., Rosemont, Pa, 

Todd, Genell (Miss) Rt. 4. Box 41. Zebulon. N.C. 

Toney. Jeanne Hunter (Miss) 326 Pine St.. Spring Hope, N.C. 

Trotman, Richard Edward (Mr.) 178 S. Arlington Ave., E. Orange, N.J. 

Tucker. Marion Jean (Miss) Rt. 1, Holly Springs, N,C. 

Tucker, Otis (Mr,) 701 Roslyn PI,, Lynchburg. Va. 

Undersvood, Rosa Burnett (Miss) 218 N, West St,, Fuquay Springs, N.C, 

Upchurch. Erwin Lee (Mr.) Rt. 2. Box 125. Wendell, N.C. 

Upchurch. Janet (Miss) 504><. Rock Quarty Rd., Raleigh. N,C, 

Usi-y, Snundra Elaine (Miss) 725 Drcxel Ave-. Atlantic City, N.J. 

Vann. Geneva (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 412, Magnolia, N.C. 

Vaughn. Lorraine Maye (Miss) 47 Eckert Ave., Newark. N.J. 

Vaughn, Loretta Faye (Miss) 47 Eckert Ave,, Newark, N.J, 

Wade, Ruben (Mr,) Rt. 4. Box 238. N. Augusta. S.C. 

Waddy. James (Mr.) 37-02 Marlot Ave., Fair Lawn, N.J. 

Wagslall, Penick Henderson (Mr,) 301 Ragland St., South Boston, Va. 

Waiters, Peter James (.Mr,) 1329 Haif St., S.W.. Washington, D.C. 

Walker. Annette Clementine (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 391. Durham. N.C. 

Walker. Bennie Lee (Mr.) 176 Memorial Pkway., New Brunswick, N.J. 

Walker. Essie Dorothy (Miss) 2817 Anderson Rd.. Greenville, S,C. 

Walton, Nancy Maria (Miss) P.O. Box 117, Garysburg, N.C. 

Walton, Nathan Andrew (Mr.) Rt. 2. Box 896, Elizabeth City, N.C. 

Ward, Ronald Lee (Mr.) 400 York St., Lynchburg, N.C. 

Waters. Ada Pauline (Miss) 11851 S.W. 220th St.. Goulds. Fla. 

Waters. Adrian Bernard (Mr.) 30 Gray Street. Montclair, N.J. 

Watson, Brooks (Mr.) 2115 Dandridge Dr.. Raleigh, N,C. 

Watson, Freddy Ray (Mr,) 210 E. Second St.. Greenville, N,C. 

Watts, Billie Lee (Mr,) 252 Fulton St., Alcoa. Tenn. 

West, Alvin (Mr.) Rt. 1, Box 4. Havelock. N.C. 

West. Kermil Henry (Mr.) 1410 W. 7th St.. Chester, Pa, 

Wl^ite, Carollonia Linda (Miss) 711 Adam St.. Suffolk, Va. 

WhV. Ralph Dixon (Mr.) 211 Asheland Ave., Asheville, N.C, 

Whitehead, Tony Larry (Mr,) 1505 South St., Franklin, Va, 

Whitfield. Clinton. Jr. (Mr.) 749 Beach Ave.. New York 72. N.Y. 

Wilder. Danny McArlhur (Mr.) P.O. Box 135, Franklinton, N,C. 

Wilder, Fannie Lucille (Miss) P.O. Box 174. Franklinton, N,C, 

Wilder, Jasper Bernard (Mr.) 510 Montague St.. Raleigh, N,C. 

Wilkerson, Howard Jerry (Mr.) 1033 Anna St.. Elizabeth. N.J. 

Wilkins. James Lee (Mr.) Rt. 3, Box 496, Morganton, N.C. 

Williams. Annie Elizabeth (Miss) Rt. 2. Box 132-D Windsor, N,C. 

Williams, Broadus (Mr,) 26 Water St , Asheville, N.C. 

Williams. Candis Emma (Miss) Rl. 2. Box 250. Warrenton. N.C. 

Williams. CaroU Lesslie (Mr.) RFD 1, Box 140, Rich Square, N.C. 

Williams, Catherine (Miss) Rt. 1, Box 81, Holly Springs, N.C. 

Williams. Diana Eva (Miss) 75 Altamawr Ave.. Trenton. N.J. 

Williams. Doretha (Miss) 828 Fayeteville St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Williams. Elmo (Mr.) 830 Coleman St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Williams. Herbert Calvin (Mr.) 1030 N. Elmwood St.. Waukegan, 111. 

Williams. Joan (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 81, Holly Springs. N.C. 

Williams. Louis T. (Mr.) 1487 Fulton St., Brooklyn 16, N,Y. 

Williams, Luetta Brown (Mrs.) 612 Matthew St., Fayetteville, N,C, 

Williams, Peggy Ann (Miss) 206 Pender St,, Wilson. N.C. 

Williams. Peggye Sue (Miss) Rt.,1, Box 203-F, Morrisville, N,C. 

Williams, Rachel Luretta (Miss) 744 Clark St.. Leaksville, N,C. 

Williams, Sandria Diann (Miss) P,0. Box 7, Merry Hill. N.C. 

Williams. Shirley Mae (Miss) Rt. 1. Box 81. Holly Springs, N.C. 

Williamson. Brenda Faye (Miss) Rt. 7, Box 272, Burlington, N.C. 

Williamson. Mac McCoy (Mr.) Rt. 1. Box 205, Pelham, N,C, 

Wilson, Betty Jean (Miss) 803 S. West St.. Raleigh, N.C, 

Wilson, Esther Thacklar (Miss) 153-08 119th Ave., Jamaica 34, N.Y, 

Wilson, James Eddie (Mr,) Rt. 2, Box 273. Apex, N,C, 

Wilson. Linda Ruth (Miss) 2321 Dover Farm Rd.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Wise, Juanita Delois (Miss) 2110 N.W. 56th St.. Miami. Fla. 

Womack. Mary Elizabeth (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 193. Selma. N.C. 

Woods. James Elbern (Mr.) 1514 Polk St.. Lynchburg. Va. 

Woods. Nathaniel Tyrone (Mr.) 229 Flit St.. Asheville, N,C. 

Woods, Willie Gene (Miss) P.O. Box 685. Preston. Md. 

Woodson. Elaine Loretta (Miss) Rt. 3. Box 405. Lynchburg, Va. 

Young. Mable Alice (Miss) 310 N. While St.. Wake Foiest. N.C. 

Young, Mable Arlelia (Miss) 592 E, Lenoir St., Raleigh. N.C. 



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