PROF. G. W. KENNARD.
Founder of The Kennard Hospital,
704-706 Ensor Street.
One of Baltimore's most highly re-
spected citizens and deserves great
credit for the advancement he has
made in social, financial and religious
circles. He is a big-hearted citizen.
MISS ANNE E. SMITH.
Miss Anne E. Smith, a native Mary-
lander and product of the Baltimore
public school system, who, after serv-
ing efficiently as clerk and librarian at
the Colored High School for twelve
years, was recently elected by the
School Board as an instructor in the
business department of the local High
School. Miss Smith is an active worker
along all lines for civic betterment, and
has received a personal letter from
Gov. Harrington commending her for
O. D. JONES.
A popular dentist of the city, whose
office is equipped with the most modern
appliances for dentistry.
DOCTOR E. VERRY STOKES.
Member of drug firm of Stokes &
Derry, one of the leading figures in
public life in Baltimore, Past Grand
Senior Warden Masons for Maryland,
member of Elks, President of Alumni
Association of Colored High School,
Maryland Council of Defense, member
Executive Committee of N. A. A. Col-