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PAGE EIGHT
A. & T. HOLDS FORTY-
FIRST COMMENCEMENT
(Continued From Page One)
Kidgcn, Charlie Winford Tyson,
graduates—
James Boyce Brown, Marshall
Lee Campbell, with honor, Enos
Edward Evans, James Louis Faul
con, Carter Washington Foster,
Samuel J. Hodges, Jr. Joseph Jor
dan, Jr., Robert Alvin Lewis, Au
gustus James Pittman. Hersey He
zekiah Price. George Andrew Sad
ler, Therman Dewey Wise, Richard
Kearney Wright, Molt n Robert
Zachary, Elma Theola Graves, Mil
dred Bright Payton. with high hon
or. Annie Loretta Bagwell, Mar y C.)
Douglas, with honcL’, Edward
Clarence Alfred Hughes, Estelle
Eugenia Smith. Julia A. Snead,
with high honor. Willa Mae John
son. with high honor, Sarah Gaither-
Taylor, Edgar Taylor Tarpley, Nel
son Vernard Ma,comson, with hon
or. LaMary Lenora Allen, Flora
Belle Black, Jean Marie Bright
Charles Wesley Brown, James 0.,'
Buffialoe, Lillian Martha Cooper,!
Clara Ruth Doswell. Jefferson Wil- 1
limn Foust, Cora Madeline Haith,
James Castro Hosty, with high
honor, Carl Thomas Johnson, John
Edward Kemp, Escameaa Theresa
Mdodana, Virginia Levunia McLau
i in, James Daniel Mitchell, James
with high honor. Mar-*
garetFe Estelle "Peiinihfton, Mercer
Zimmerman Ray. with "high honor
Beatrice Theresa Robinson, with
high honor, Annie Marietta Smith,'
Pochantas Stevens, Herbert Walter ,
Thompson, with honor, William
Houser Walker, Horace Monter'
Wynn, Geo. Sylvester Faison.
THE NEW ROYAL
Again Today Saturday
RALPH COOPER
Bargain With Bullets
All Colored Cast
Sunday anj Monday
JACK RANDALL
The Mexicali Kid
Tuesday and Wednesday
DEVIL’S ISLAND
Thursday
ONE DAY ONLY
PAUL MUNI
The Life of Emile Zola
IN the
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CALVIN’S DIGEST
(Continued From Page One)
aging Editor. The first number,
wn .eh gives details on the coming
annual meeting of the League in
xiouston, Tex., also carries some
fine articles on Negro business, re
viewing this field for the past 75
years, looking ahead in this field
by President C. C. Spaulding o f
the League, and helpful informa
tion on how to succeed in business.
We hope for the new magazine a
—ng and fruitful life.
thirty
BENNETT GRADUATES 47 AT
l>6th ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT
(Continued From Page One)
Ernestne Tolliver Roberts, Julia
ton, Pearl Margaret Tate, E'lvah
Elizabeth Ross, Phyllis Ailene Shep
Marcia Waters, Gwendolyn Maude
Watson, Beatrice Louise Wilson, Ju.
lia Saxton Wilson, Vivian Luella
Wright, Bennie Mae Young.
For Bachelor of Science
Elizabeth Ellen Edwards, Helen
Louise Hinton, Alice Ruth Jackson,
Lulu Juanita Lyles, Dorothy Eli
zabeth Moore, Lillie Mae Scales,
Evelyn Dolores Stewart. Helen
L uise Wiggins, Ethel Cavell Wil
liams. |
thirty—
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER
TO GRADUATE MONDAY
(Continued From Page One) I
college and graduate with my
daughter there alsoZ (
Mrs. Living will enter Shaw this
*all while Florence is planning to
go one year to a Preparatory school.
Besides Florence, with whom she
is graduating. Mrs. Iriving has two
other children, Vivian Ernestine, a
junior at Johnson C. Smith Univer
sity. Charlotte and Chas. G. Irving
Jr., of the Washington Elementary
school.
thirty
BAPTIST SECRETARY
ADDRESS SHAW GRADS
(Continued From Page One)
Lillington: Robert James R. binson,
Warsaw: William Coleman Shanks,
Jr., Charlotte: Fanny Louise Spear
man T umberton; Dorothy Mae Wat
kins. Nashville; Phenix Urban Wat
son, Ilnez; Mabel Vernell Weaver,
Winton.
INS. AGENCY
1172 EAST HARGETT ST.
A. J. TURNER, Mgr.
“BE SURE—BY INSURING”
Railroad fireman
WANTS STRONG
BRANCH OF NAACP
RALEIGH Robert C. Wilson,
railroad fireman of this city will
lend his energies in the direction of
organizing a strong branch of the
National Association for the Ad
vancement of the Colored People
here. Mr. Wilson has just returned
from the National Meeting of train
men in Atlanta, Ga., where that or
ganization retained the legal staff
of the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored people to
defend them in their fight to re
tain their plages on the Railroads
as firemen.
Mr. Wilson said, efforts were be
ing made to exclude Negroes from
the New Diseels and that unless
Negroes organizd and exerted
themselves there would be final eli
ifJrw
Kliß
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lift -'
ROBERT T. WILSON
mination in a short while.
He expressed surprise at the few
members in the NAACP here and
stated that he would seek to secure j
the membership of every railroad
man in Raligh and in th whole
Virginia Division. Mr. Wilson is a
strong believer in organization and
is regarded as a fighter. He says
that he purposes to continue his
fighting until every vestige of dis
crimination and unjustice are wip
ed out.
thirty
MA,BLE BULLOCK JACKSON
THRILLS BENNETT
COLLEGE AUDIENCE
(Continued From Page One)
and practically stole the show.
It is freely predicted, by music '
critics, that the distinguished young 1
lady is destined to reach untold'
heights in her chosen profession,'
and will probably be acclaimed in -
the near future as Greensboro’s |
gift to the music world. Mrs. Jack
son is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
C. C. Stewart, 427 Bennett Street,
Greensboro, North Carolina. She
was educated at Bennett College
and Howard University, later plac
ing herself under the guidance of
Dr. R. Nathaniel Dett of interna
tiona music fame. A few years ago,
she becam e the wife of Prof. R.
Jackson of Praririe View College
Prarie View, Texas. Her husband
is at present writing his diserta
tion for his Ph. D. Degree in New
York University.
thirty
HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR GETS
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
(Continued From Page Ono)
public schools of the state.
His high place in the examina
tion is very gratifying to his teach
ers and Principal Arl ens and is but
an evidence of the quality of work
being done at the local school.
Young B <v n will enter school at
the fall term and is planning a
career in medicine.
thirty
LOCAL UNDERTAKER ENDS
LIFE WITH SHOT GUN
(Continued From Page One)
Death followed instantly.
Mr. Lightner was born in Ra
leigh and attended the public
schools here. He did his High School'
work in Mary Potter School at !
Oxfo d and two years of college
work at Johnson C. Smith Uni-!
versify, Charlotte, N. C.
During the period of economic
stress, when all businesses were tot
tcring, Mr. Lightner left school to
assist his father with his undertak
ing business. He came to the city
and by his affable manner and
business and made many friends.
He attended the Gupton Jones Em
balming School in Nashville, Tenn,
and was a registered embalmer.
Mr. Lightner was a member of
the Davie Street Presbyterian
Church and served on the Trustee
Board, he was financial secretary
of the Fidelity Lodg e of Elks, and
I the Omega Psi Phi fraternity, mem
l ber of the Emancipation Celebra-
I tion Committee.
Besides his father, who is a. well
known business man and church
rnan, he is survived by his mother,
Mrs. Mamie Blackman Lightner,
two brothers, one sister, Mrs.
Llewyn Hayes and several rela
tives.
THE CAROLINA TRIBUNE
SHAW UNIVERSITY GRADUATES
(Continued From Page Seven)
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