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Page 7 of Kentucky Negro Educational Association Journal v.9 n.3

Part of Kentucky Negro Educational Association Journal

THIRD GENERAL SESSION Thursday. April 19 at 8:15 P. M. Seated on the Rostrum: Presidents of District Associations and District Organizers, S. L. Barker, President of K. N. E. A., Presiding. Music: "Indian Love Calr'-Friml-Lincoln Institute Choral So- ciety-Lincoln Ridge Institute, Mrs. Alyne Martin, Directress. Invocation: Rev. W. Augustus Jones, Pastor, Fifth Street Bap- tist Church, Louisville. 8:20 P. M. Report of Governor's Committee of Higher Educa- tion-R. B. Atwood, Pres. Kentucky State College. 8:30 P. M. Lincoln Institute Key Award-Mr. J. Mansir Tydings, Lincoln Ridge. Solo: Miss Clara Atchinson-"Hills"-Frank LaForge. 8:40 P. M. Address: "The Doors of Tomorrow"-Langston Hughes, poet novelist, and dramatic artist. Introduced by Mr. Robert Lawery, Chairman, English Teachers Conference, K. N.E. A. 9:30 P. M. Recognition of visitors in attendance at K. N. E. A. Convention. We Recommend THE CITY CAB The Car With the Golden Stripe For Safety and Driver Protection K. N. E. A. TEACHERS and VISITORS CALL JA. 1925 JA. 9304 7 AFTER THE SESSION: Refresh Yourself-Dine and Dance As Guest of the OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY Thursday Nite, April 18 AT COTTON CLUB Mammoth Floor Show at Midnight Couvert 35c DON'T FORGET! THE ONE-ACT PLAY CONTEST Thursday, April 18, 6:30 P. M. CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM ADMISSION 15cts.-Tickets will be on sale at Central High

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