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Dormitory guest and membors were
present, nccompanlpd by the
matron, Miss Cbamb(Vrs.
The music v/as of the latest.
Favorite pieces of th§ evening
v/ere "All I Need. Is You", "Don't
Get Around Much Anymore" and
"Boogie", ilioso and other pieces
v/ere enjoyed to the utmost by
all, even'” down to James Paschall,
\?ho v/as strolling over the floor
with the greatest of easo. There
v/asn’t a dull moment. Gaiaos of
different kinds were played.
Refreshments served were, cold
drinks and cookies.
The evening was most enjoyable.
All ended well.
valentine Day was celebrated in
a big v;ay b-" the dormitory students,
Saturday, p’ebruary the thirteenth,
nineteen hundred and forty-three,
from seven-thirty to eleven o'clock
LEARN THi: NEGRO ANTLEM
in the adminstratlon building the
boys and girls ”tripped the light
Fe each invited a friend from the
c i t:' a s our gue s t,
Of the mm wel.l-kno’:m Negro
poems, one is especially interest
ing. It is, "Lift every Voice and
Sing", "^Is poem was written by
James '''eldon Johnson, and was
put to music b;/ J. Boscmiond
Johnson. V/e are including this
song to save you embarassment from
The floor was fairly crewded with
people in brightly colored attire, time to time, m d. to encourage
m.oving joyously to and fro under your race pride,
the light, softiy dimmed with red
Tt.e school combination was used
to furnish music. The favorite
and most used tunes of the night
were, "I'm F’alllng For You",
"Skylark”, "Amen", and Rumpus In
Am*ong the smooth dancers wore,
Claude Epps, Rufus Hill, Dnyi^
Harmon, Lucy Miller, Emily RorguJ
"lilft every voice and sing,
"Till earth and heaven ring.
Ring with the harmonics of Liberty
Let our rejoicing rise
high a.s the llst'ning skies.
Let it resound loud as the rolling
Sing a. song full of the faith
that the dark past has taught
Sing a song full of the hope that
the present hScS brought us;
'nd Mildred Strider, John T, Brov/n pacing the rising sun, of our new’
must not bo omitted, being almost ^py begun,
pcpulau’ enough to think ho was us‘ march on,''itill victory
grabbing two at a time, Pa v/on.
One of the
happiest moments is road v/c trodo
always refreshment time. Especlallj|^.chast'ning rod,
so with 'Millie Rowland, who days when hone
thoaoughly enjoyed diving into the died;
rciroshmcnts consisting of sand-
v'iches, punch and c‘''ndy.
v'hjn hope unoorn
After dancing throe hoars, when
the last niece ,...t „„i.
we did not
Yet with a steady beat.
Have not our uo.^lry foot
Come to rile plioc fo- which, car
v/as played v.'e have come O'T’oj Cj. wa.y tnat v/lth
• It was tears has boon watered.
a most onjoyatle (evening for every-ve have come, trew'ding-our path
one, through’ the block of the
Doris - Poole slangriTCX’.'d.-
0 Out from tin gloomy past, 'till
' no’v wc sraud at last
N.A.A. C. SOCIAL-Gwendotta Pratt V/h.orc t.'ie white gleam of our
bright star is cast.
The members of the Youth Council,
on Monday,eFebruary 15, 1943 held
their annual social at the Henderson God of bur silent tears,
Coral Club Room on Horner Stre et, Fnou who hast, broujght us thus far
on the way; .t |
Thou vh,o has by Thy might, (cbnt'd
God of our 7/ca.ry years.