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ST. AUGUSTINE’S RECORD
FACULTY AND STAFF
President Goold attended the recent meeting of
the Regional Conference of the Association of
American Colleges held in Atlanta, Ga.
During the summer he visited and preached at
a number of parishes, including Grace Church,
I^orfolk, Virginia; St. Barnabas Church, Brook
lyn, 1ST. Y.; St. Stephen’s Church, Jamaica, 1ST. Y.;
Church of the Incarnation, Jersey City, New Jer
sey; St. Ambrose Church, New York, and Grace
Church, Plainfield, New Jersey.
Dean Charles H. Boyer attended the meeting of
the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
for Negroes, held at Nashville, Tenn., in Novem
Prof. Percy Young has returned to his duties
in the Education Department after a year of
study toward the Ph.D. degree at Harvard Uni
versity. Mrs. Young has resumed her duties in
Dean Mabel L. Latham, Prof. L. T. Caldwell
Mrs. Julia Delany, and Miss Alleen Pitts attended
the summer session at Columbia University dur
ing the vacation. Prof. R. L. Lynch was at Penn
sylvania State College, and Miss Jessie E. Guern
sey, professor of History, took courses at the
University of Colorado. Miss Mary El^abeth
Johnson was at Oberlin, and Miss E. Doreen
Frost, professor of English, visited places of in
terest in England. Athletic Director George .
Mitchell was in charge of an E.R.A. recrea ion
project in Raleigh. Prof. Theodora R Boyd con
tinued her studies at Harvard. Prof T ^ma
Countee was on the summer school faculty of
Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Ark.
Mis. Dorothy G. Williams joined the staff this
year „ lihr.ri.n. Miss Willian.s a gr.d.mt.
ot Hunter College ...d Simmons Colleg^ and .«»
formerly librarian at Samuel Houston College,
Prof. Arthur P. Chippey has visited the Negro
parishes and missions of the ^
terest of the Diocesan program. Prof. Chipp y
is a member of the Diocesan Executive Commit
tee and the Finance Committee.
Prof. Lloyd L. Woods has been joined this year
by Mrs. Wood, and hi.
who oamo from their Kansas home to .pend
school year in Raleigh.
Mrs. Lillian Brinton, M.A. (University of
North Carolina), and formerly an instructor at
the University of North Carolina, has been added
to the faculty, and is giving a course in educa
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National Education Week was fittingly ob
served at St. Augustine’s. Mr. Clyde A. Erwin,
North Carolina’s Superintendent of Public In
struction, delivered a splendid chapel address. The
services of Mr. Erwin were secured by Prof. Percy
Young, head of our Education Department. The
thought of Education Week was further em
phasized in the sermon of the President on No
Miss Nell Battle Lewis was the guest speaker
at the chapel service on the Sunday preceding
Armistice Day. That the application of the
principles taught by Jesus Christ was the only
way to world peace was the theme of her address.
The late Dr. R. H. Lewis, the father of Miss
Lewis, was for many years a member of the Board
of Trustees of St. Augustine’s College. Another
member of her family. Dr. Kemp Battle, once
president of the University of North Carolina,
was one of the incorporators of St. Augustine’s
Of the class of 1935: Eric Clarke and Humph
rey Bond are attending Meharry Medical College;
Fernando Oger is teaching in the high school at
Spring Hope, N. C.; Miss Kathleen Williams is
engaged in teaching in Savannah, Ga., and Miss
Adele Dent is in the same work in Brunswick, Ga.,
her home town. Miss Stella Jones is also teaching
in her home town, Asheville, N. C.
Mrs. Okay C. Finch is in the public school sys
tem of Littleton, N. C., where her husband, A. L.
Finch, ’32, is principal of the high school. Helen
Harris is on the high school faculty at Gastonia,
N. C.; James Mask is on the staff of the Morrison
Training School for Negro Boys, at Hoffman,
N. C.; x\-lmira Kennedy is in the Hamlet, N. C.,
Lemuel Eugene Graves, Jr., ’34, is an import
ant member of the staff of the Norfolk Journal
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