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The 1952 RCTS Graduates Were: Lois Marable-Holiday, Mary Sue Watson, Willie Cofield, Charlie McKissic, Hollis Boykins, L.J. Moody, Amealia Almond, Beulah Askew,Velora Black, Hattie Boozer, Mable Chappell, Nellie Cambell, Levonia Esters,Catherine Foster, Lovena Ford, Naconia Green, Jimmie Jarriston, Willie Herrin,Evelyn Johnson, Naomi Lane, Corene Longshore Jesse McClain, Julia Paige, LorenePerry, Lula Raven, Minnie Robertson, Texanna Poberston, Tommie Staples, AgnesScales, Catherine Scales, Clester Spidelle, Eva Trammell, Maggie Watkins,Minnie Washington, Grace Wright, Dorotha Finley, Luree, Lois Holiday, Lucy Walker, Hollis Boykins, Al Calhoun, Benson Drake, Melvin Houston Warner Marable, Lonzell Moody, Jakes Scales, John Scales, Andrew Tucker, and L.C. Marbury.

Mary Sue Watson later became an elementary school teacher at RCTS. She was also one of the first Black "Pink Ladies" at Randolph County Hospital in Roanoke.

Mrs. Countess Shealey-Chapman was Class Sponsor. Class Officers: Warner Marable, President; Tommie Lue Staples, Vice-President; Evelyn Johnson, Treasurer