Baltimore Afro American June 8, 1929 Prince Georges Co. Graduates 150, County Wide Closing Exercises Held at Fairmount Heights, Md. Emory Smith Speaker Marlboro and Lakeland Second and Third in Grades Closing programs for elementary schools of the county took place on May 31 in Fairmount Heights, Maryland. The speaker for the event was Emory Smith, director of public information at Howard University. He spoke on the topic “Cultivation”. Graduates from Lakeland School were Edith Allen, Gertrude Davis, Andrew Thomas, Ralph Drewy, Omega Giles, Mary Stewart, Leroy Jones, Benjamin Briscoe, Hattie Thomas, Bernice Rawlings, and Pauline Woodson. Other schools with graduates were Ammendale School, Bladensburg School, Marlboro School, Croome Station School, Holly Grove School, Croom School, Westwood School, Sharpsville School, Chapel Hill School, Accokeek School, Camp Springs School, DuPont Heights School, Mt. Nebo School, Lincoln School, Rosaryville School, Brentwood School, Fairmont Heights School, Capital Heights School, McCarthy School, Glenarden School, Demonstration School, Cedarville School, Oxen Hill School, Highland Park School, Aquasco School, Clinton School, Tee Bee School, Bowie School, Glendale School, Duckettsville School and Fletchertown School.