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West Virginia Educator Makes
Principal Address—Board Mem
*( ber Gives Certificates.
Music Is Furnished by Faculty
Quartet and Pupils.
rty-two pupils today were award
ed certificates of graduation from the
Shaw Junior High School, at exercises
held in the school auditorium.
The principal address was deliv
ered by Urof. I>avid A- Lane, jr.. di
rector of the college department of
the West Virginia Collegiate Insti
tute. He stressed the value of a
thorough education to be a leader in
any walk of life.
Dr. J. Hayden Johnson, member of
the board of education, the presiding
officer, spoke briefly, as also did As
sistant Superintendent of Schools G.
C. Wilkinson.
Music Is Featured.
Certificates of graduation were
awarded by W. L. Houston, also a
member of the board of education.
Jhe remainder of the program in
cluded invocation and benediction bv
Hev. t, a. Fisher, a violin solo bv
Bernard A. Manning, the singing of
seterai choruses by the school and
several selections bv the “faculty
dua-rtet," composed of'Miss Isabelle
Hall. Miss Lawrence Smith, Isaac X.
Cupid and James E. Monroe.
Geneva Jefferson was awarded first
"°P ors arn °ng the graduates. Jose
phine Coleman second, and Zaddiel
. immonds third. Other graduates in
cluded the class officers. Roland Rich
ardson, president: Algie Currie, vice
president, and Addle Mitchell, secre
ii 1 ?’ - a i? d * lar Joric Beatrice Baltimore,
Alice Butler. Katherine Alice Eaglcn
Thelma Fraction. Helen Geneva
r [etcher, Mary Anna Hill, Josephine
Johnson, Olga Teebee Mason, Olga
\ irpmia Milton, Norman Ewing Mur
ra'’rJi'*l''l L °u'-- p Nixon. Emma Gene
va Rhodes. ( aroline Amelia Silence
Evelyn Mattie Stafford. Juanita Mil
dred Stafford. Roxey Mae Swann. Ma
bel Ann Adelaide Taylor. .Margaret
Naomi Lueretia Taylor, Margaretta
Marcelle Taylor. Marvis Alexandra
Taylor, Ruth Kile n Thomas, Alice
Clarice Younger. Osie Bagby, Milton
Alphonzo Bland. Boyd Branch. David
Roosevelt Chandler. Harry Clarence
franklin. Richard Alphonzo Hawkins,
Robert Arthur Henderson, George
William Humphrey. Louis Edward
Gaskins. Elmore Winfred Jasper
Thomas Harris Randolph. Morris Je
rome Wheeler. Harold Horatio Whit
ted and Charles Augustine Williams.
' (Continued from Seventeenth Page.>
thlnia Myrick, Maggie Minerva Rob
inson, Nettie Frances Turner. To
Dunbar; Cecil Ross Shamwell.
Wendell Phillips School, E. F. Wil
son. teacher—To Dunbar: James
Reginald Reason. Charles Young j
Trigg, Rosetta Alberta Berry, Ruby j
Venice Jackson. Mary Dorothy Mann.
Elnora Jeannette Rountree, Sadie
Ball Wood. Business course: John
Clifford Peters. Caroline Hawkins,
Marguerite Fannie Millard. Rebecca
Smith. To Armstrong: Almus Edward
Berry, Maurice Clarke, Charles Brown.
George Brown, Bernard Jones. James
Edgar Mason. James Sutton. Paul
Aloysius Williams, Viola May Colbert,
Magdaline Elizabeth Fleming, Cecilia
■Wharton, Alberta Gertrude White.
J. 1,. Ilrnn School, M. V. Tibbs,
teacher—To Armstrong: Gonza Cole,
Roland Harris, Edward MeAbee, Isa
bel Masterson, Mary Townes, Hen
rietta Washington. To Dunbar: Jean
nette Moultrie.
Thadden* Stevens School. H. J.
Moore, teacher: To Armstrong—Oli
ver Cumberland Crawford. Robert
Mason Day. Albert Lester Haight,
Sylvester Edward Harris, Charles Ir
ving Howard. Andrew James Kenney.
James Arthur Miles. Charles Arnett
Talbert. George Brooks Tweedy,
James Henry Teyler, Daisy Lenora
Byrd, Gertrude Coates. Lillian Eliza
beth Jones. Irene Noble. Havergal
Louise Tate. Elizabeth Corrine Truss,
Gwendolyn Adele White, Mary Made
line Willis. To Dunbar—Melwin An
thony Barker, Raymond Edward
Bright. Merrill Dixon, Arthur Wal
ter Gilbert. Roland Joseph Hutchin
son, Wilbur Joseph Reid. Clarence
Joseph Short. Business department,
James Douglas Gordon. Gladys May
■Pannell. Catherine Antoinette Adams,
Frances Louise Beers, Euridyce Mare
yon Carter, Zelda Aurelia Carter,
Marie Beatrice Clarke, Marguerite La
Retta Chinn, Dorothy Ellen Douglas,
Mary Hart. Lillie Mae Jones, Helen
Man.- Lynch. Elsie May Prather, Cath
erine Elizabeth Pryde, Mary Rosalee
Ridgley, Josie Fidelia Rowe. Ometa
Dorothv Sellers. Annette Elizabeth
op Your Dollars Sing - '
r fAc "Good-bye” Blues
d Teach Them “Dia
ags Bank dollars are “tongue
« compared to dollars in a Dia
r finger. 1
Perfect Blue White •<
king for you today by just pay
lar* down and a little each week - gr
probably spend foolishly.
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Buy Jewelry the Way $2 00 a Week I
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time" credit I t
|| 708 7th St. N.W. * 3123 M St. N.W. |
Sidney, Virginia Bliss Washington,
Anna Beatrice Wood.
Sanuitr-Mirrmier School. V. C. Ed
monds. teacher: To Armstrong—
George Augustus Bruce. Sherman Lee
Carter. Preston Milton Johnson, Xav
ior Augustus Wilson. Lillian Bluford,
Alice May Chapman, Daisy Faison Ed
wards, Elizabeth Corlene Frye, Edith
May Williams, Eva Inez Wormley.
To Dunbar—Edward Julius Belasco,
Cornelius Willlston Cephae, Howard
Marcellus Colbert, Walter Lincoln
Haskins. Lawrence Adrian Johnson,
Wiibur Thikield Joy, Milton Corvon
ton Larry, George James Lockley,
James Henry Marshall, Charles Leon
ard Minor. Alfred Rector. Burke Sy
phax, Thomas Mitchell Willis. Louise
Paulette Alexander, Martha Branche,
Mary Branche. Anna May Coates,
Martha Gatweood Coleman, Eleanor
Juanita Davis. Thalia Annozean
Davis, Bessie Lee Dunn. Mary Alice
Hayes. Elizabeth Hattie t Holland,
Marion Augustine Jackson. Esther
Marie Jones, Esidore Marcella Price,
Joan Naomi Sanders, Clarice Roberta
Tyler, Edna Henrietta Williston.
Henry Wilson School. F„ J. Cardozo,
teacher: To Dunbar —Pay Lucinda
Bryson, Edna Florence Clemons. Mil
dred Frances Jackson, Genevieve
Eleanor McKinney, Effice Gladys
Mickens, Louis Stokes.
To Armstrong; Mary Eleanor Hen
derson, Gladys Elizabeth Jackson,
Sophronia Lewis, Leroy Osborne
Childs. William Henry Ewell. George
Walter McKenney, Charles Thomas
Harwell School. A. K. Savoy, teach
er—To Armstrong: William Thomp
son Allen. Homer Lemuel Cousins. Ir
win Lee Makel. Clyde Anthony Rob
inson. Charles William Thomas, Des
sie Mae Knox. Alpho Omega Saun
ders. Ida Cecelia West. To Dunbar;
Herbert Jefferson Smith. Gladys Ada
Armstrong, Hazel Ruth Barber. Sarah
Lucinda Bush. Susie Betty Delaney,
Madge Genevieve Goodrich. Irene Vir
ginia James, Rheba Civilla Jones,
Mary Odeal Morris, Hilda Catherine
Nichols, Pansy Buckner Strothers.
Nellie Gertrude Waters, Ardessa
Christina Woolfork.
John F. Cook School, S. C. Lewis,
principal—To Dunbar: Frank Davis,
Benjamin Henley, James Hillman.
Charles Hughes. Herbert Hughes,
Harry C. Kaine, Jeanette Bender.
Pauline Bush, Rosa R. Grice, Helen
Hansborough, Agnes V'. Johnson,
Frances E. Johnson. Gladys Johnson,
Lacy W. Mason, Dorcas R. Penn.
Edith M. Roseborough. Helen C.
Smith, Hollis L. Spriggs. Helen B.
Whittaker, Anna F. York. Business
department: Sherman Brown, Na
thaniel Perry, Estelle Wallace. ,To
Armstrong: Oaklett Beckett, Edward
Davis, Clifton Jackson, John Paul
Jones, George Rue. Ralph Temple.
Leah Barringer, Grace E. Brown,
Frances E. Harris, Viola Hedgeman,
Doris McLain. Ethel R. Rue. Dorothy
J. Smith.
Dean wood School, F. S. Bruce,
teacher—To Armstrong: George But
ler. Robert Gaines. William Hill, Hugh
King. Fairbanks Lee, Catharine Al
len. Elizabeth Allen, Martha Allen,
Gladys Coombs, Pearl Hassell. Adele
Sharpe. Alice Watkins. To Dunbar;
John Billingsley, Edna Hawkins,
Ethel Hutchinson. Rae Hyson. Mar
jorie Jackson, Marjorie McKinney,
Edith Parker, Mary Plater, Mary
Smith. Annie Wheeler. Eula Wheeler,
When you put balloon tires on a mo-'
tor car it does not necessarily foliow
that you have a balloon - tired car.
Unless a car is properly In these vital phases of
Saw f ° rb ragi ”“ ri "S Marmon is
ideally ada P ted to balloon.
ter off without them. • tire equipment.
It .S primarily a matter of There’s a ride waiting for
g ‘ a balloon-tired Marmon.
T. V. T. Motors Corp’n
1909 M Street N.W.
Washington Main 7768
Annie Williams. Helen Williams.
Uaraet-Pattenon Group, Miss E. E.
Perry, teacher—To Armstrong: Hor
ner Wesley Walker, Ennis Elmer
Stokes, Wallace James Thorne, Doro
thy Wllhelmina Ktlllngsworth. To
Dunbar: William Radford Anderson.
Kay field Amos Carey, Major Rudd
Conic, Frederick Eugene Cook. Ray
Leo Dixon, Walter Brown Elkins, Ed
ward Hamilton Martin, Robert Gray
son McGuire, George Cranston Mor
ris, jr.; Charles Edward Weir, Lin
wood Miles Welch. Bernice Bland.
Geraldine Virginia Brown. Mary Edna
Burks, Elise Ruth Fletcher, Hazel
Bernice Frye, Blanche Elizabeth
George, Artenia Alma Gibson, Juliette
Anita Grigsby, Alice Celeste Herbert,
Elsie Alice Johnson, Mattie Brownita
Johnson. Marie Louise McEntree, Mil
dred Maxine Mallory, Mary Elizabeth
Martin, Norvel Dorothea Mitchell.
Elaine Virginia Plummer, Flossie
Laurifida Sinclair, Emma Bernice
Smith, Rebecca Strothers, Marjorie
Antoinette Taylor. Alexina Peters
Todd, Doris Evelyn Wilkinson.
Garnet-Patterson, Anna S. Payne,
teacher —To Armstrong: William
Hill Bryant, James Levis Nicho
las. Melvin Coles Scheper. Lawrence
Erskine Taylor, Helen Regeina Bow
man. Florine Virginia Burrell, Ka
trina May Butler, Ida Marie Stephens,
Janie Elizabeth Templeton, Suluca
Lillian Winder. To Dunbar, academic
department: Grafton James Daniels,
Carter Lacey Jackson, Maurice How
ard Hines, Carter Randolph Jefferson,
Henry Bertelle Matthews, Theodore
Nelson Williams, Miriam Teresa Betz,
Hester Turrell Bundy, Edith Flora
Dabney, Edna Marie Dugans, Audrey
Marie Forrest, Marlon Louise Hay
wood, Hilda Veola Kemp, Mary Eliza
beth Spriggs, Annabelle Stewart,
Margaret Pauline Thorne, Octayia
Jenkins Tyree, Marie Bernice Wil
liams, Clara Snowden Wilson; busi
ness department, Harry Shamwell,
Vera Elizabeth Carter. Dimity Ruth
Nolan, Sophie Gertrude Toliver.
Douglas-Simmons School, J. E.
Washington, teacher—To Dunbar: Al
bert Claude Davis, Bertha Viola
Brown, Georgiana Fannie Marshall,
Thelma Edna McDowell, Alice Adelle
Moore, Edith Carmelia West; business
department, Leona Victoria Christian,
Lucille Evelyn Slaughter. To_ Arm
strong: Aubrey Lee Hayes, Samuel
Reginald Hayes, James Spriggs. Ma
rie Elizabeth Blackwell, Rosa Lu
cinda Gaskins, Roberta Henrietta
Graves, Mary Catherine Harndy.
Frances -Vinetta Payne, Pearl Ada
Robinson, Frances Lea Scott.
thirteenth division.
Bell School —To Dunbar; Reginald
Winters, Thelma Jordan. Marjorie
Jones, Lucinda Nash and Rachel
Strothers (academic course); Joseph
Barnes, Tannis Watts (business
course). To Armstrong; Nathanile
King. Joseph Williams. James Win
ters, Josephine Briscoe, Bernice
Brooks, Grace Washington.
Jum G. Blrney School —To Dun
bar: William Thomas Floyd. Melvin
Edward Ijancaster, Dudley Proctor.
Melvin James Swann, John Wilder
Syphax. Althea Vance Howard. To
Armstrong: Albert Lorenzo Ball. Al
more Marcus Dale, Charles Fields.
Theodore Rudolph Frye, Clarence Jo
seph Gross. Grant Harrison, Owen
Hawkins, Edward Jones. John Ed
ward Millard, William Jackson Mon
roe, Henry Wilbourne Phillips. Wil-
Ham Maurice Stevenson, William Un
derdue. Daniel Steward Wormley,
Elvetta Florine Conyers. Alice Rena
Abraham Lincoln School —To Dun
bar: Joseph S. Booze, Charles E.
Morse. Ralph Parker, Mary E. Gross,
Margaret E. Sims. Gussie L. Sanders,
Alice V. Scott. To Armstrong: Moses
A. Brown, James A. Brown, Robert
M. Crawford, Cyprian De S. Douglas,
Norwood R, Davis, Francis Johnson,
Clarence M. Spriggs. Rebecca E. Ash
ton, Virginia M. Carter, Lawrence C.
Datcher, Thelma P. Davis, Mildred E.
Davis, Evelyn Duvall, Mary F. John
son. Viola C. Stewart, Marie A.
Simms, Helen B Thornton, Edith C.
Logan School —To Dunbar: George
Evans Adams, Alvin Lacey Roberts,
Bardella Lavinia Berrv, Sarah Bran
son. Juniata Elizabeth Cheeks, Lu
cile Virginia Johnson. Catherine Lu
cile Jones, Catherine Mildred Rose.
Annie Elizabeth Towles (academic
course), John Ellis Smith. Marlon
Elizabeth Brown, Louise Helen John
son (business course). To Armstrong:
Easton Falancer Harrison, Jacob Lee
Holland, Bernard Gilbert Mason,
bawrence Carter Smith, Patrick
Longworth Wilson. Theodosia Ellen
Boston, Margaret Mary Bush. Louise
Beatrice Dandrldge, Florlce Adelaide
la)T»J°y School —To Dunbar; Leroy
Speller Hearnes, Reeves Burdette
Jefferson, John Milton Miller, Alfred
Emanuel Parmes, Estelle Irene Brad
ley, Beatrice Luvinia Colston, An
toinette Dorothy Crusor, Georgia
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Frances Nicholas, Katherine Wini
fred Sneed, Versle Wells Shipp, Leo
nora Estelle Taylor. Willie Elizabeth
Wilson. To Armstrong; Earl Wash
ington Brent, Frederick Louis King,
Evelyn Dandridge, Gladys Janette
Eskridge, Mary Elizabeth Eskridge,
Virginia Lillian Lloyd, Annie Beatrice.
Additional names of graduates will
be found la tomorrow's edition of The
Commencement exercises at the
Immaculate Conception School re
vealed Washington's “perfect schol
ar”—Edward J. , McQueeney, thirteen
years old—who was graduated the
proud possessor of one of the most
remarkable records held by a District
Throughout the eight-year course
at the school, McQueeney never had
an absence or tardiness checked
against his recordt Moreover, his
scholastic standing was unusually
high, and averaged 90 per cent or
more during the course. In recogni
tion of his record, the boy was
awarded a gold watch fob upon
The “Perfect Scholar" is the son
of William McQueeney, 264 Ethan
Allen avenue, Takoma Park. Md.
The father Is an employe of Central
High School.
Elizabeth Brown School Ihipils
Stage Colorful Display at
Chevy Chase.
Pupils of the Klizabcth V. Brown
School yesterday afternoon presented
a colorful patriotic pageant'at list
and Livingston streets. The enter
tainment was under the auspices and
direction of the Chevy Chase Recrea
tion Club and marked the first big
community undertaking of the or
ganization since its formation several
months ago. Mrs. F. P. Wilcox is the
president of the club.
Dances, songs, formations of chil
dren and marches were given by the
students, who were attired in red,
white and blue and other costumes.
The program opened with a living
flag, composed of the children who
marched from the school to the play
ground, led by the United States Navy
Band and a color guard of Boy Scouts
—Frank May, Eric Savage and Don
ald Campbell. Then followed classic
dances under the supervision of Miss
Florence Fenton, community center
dancing: instructor ai. the Klizabcth
V. Brown School. Those participat
ing in this number Included Grace
Williams, Betty Bull and Shirley
Pcarlman, who danced a musette;
Ann Beach. Betty Crane and Betty
Bull, a musette, and Mary Jane Allen, j
a scarf dance. The following then |
danced a Chopin waltz as an ensem
ble; Margaret Ann Kline, Mary Jane
Allen, Madeline Adams. Virginia
Campbell, Elizabeth Wheeler, Sandy
Alexander, Jane Walters, Virginia
Alexander and Ennis Kittle.
Cnder the direction of Miss Ruth
Coleman, playground director, a May
pole dance was given by Eileen
Wlegen, Natalie Schneider, Hazel
Bower, Virginia Boss, Helen Bittin
ger. Vivian Essex, Amy Selby, Vir
ginia Eafton, Margaret Bender, Dcr
othy Griffon, Phoebe Lyman and
Elizabeth Cotton.
“A Patriotic Wish” was recited by
Edmund Lloyd, Howard Mears. Ar
thur Greeley and Proctor Daugherty.
A first-aid demonstration was given
by Girl Scouts of trdops 41 and 42.
under the direction of Scout Capts.
Chafee and Young.
Aside from the individual num
bers on the program there was
massed singing of "America.” “The
Battle Hymn of the Republic” and
"The Star Spangled Banner.” The
Columbian male quartet, composed of
Paul G. Ledig and W. E. Braith
waite, tenors; W. S. Hayne, baritone,
and John C. Smith, bass, alsd sang.
Miss Helen Barbee was heard in
solos. Mr. Erailhwaite acted as song
leader for the community singing.
It pays to read the want columns of
The Star. Hundreds of situations are
procured through them.
Problem of Getting Food for Troops
Combating Siege Cap
ture of City.
Addresses regarding procurement
of supplies for Army troops defend
ing Washington in the event of
siege or capture of the city by an
enemy featured a meeting of the
quartermaster unit of the organized
reserves last night at 1404 E street.
The meeting, which marked the
close of the winter “Plattsburg
course” of study, was in the nature
of a forum for discussion of the
addresses and reports. Lieut. Col.
Gibson, representing Assistant Sec
retary of War Davis, spoke on "Pro
curement of Supplies.” Col. W. V.
Shipley, chief Army quartermaster,
reported with respect to quarter
master problems studied during tk«
last six months. Methods of supply
ing the Ist Army with food if an
enemy should capture Chesapeake
Bay and invade Washington and Bal
timore were discussed.
Col. Robinson, quartermaster for
the Ist Corps, and Col. Wills,
quartermaster for the 3d Corps,
reported on problems affecting their
respective troops. Divisional quar
termasters also made reports.
Lieut. Col. John Scott acted as
”G 4." designating an office having to
do with the reception of the reports,
and Capt. Clayton E. Emig presided

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