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Buccaneer 1958

Date: 1958 | Identifier: 50-01-1958
1958 Buccaneer, yearbook of East Carolina College. The Tecoan, the first yearbook published by the students of East Carolina Teachers College, debuted in 1923. The name of the yearbook changed to the Buccaneer in 1953. The Buccaneer was published until 1990, with a two year suspension in publication from 1976-1978. more...
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1958

EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE





















FIFTY YEARS OF GROWTH

1958 BUCCANEER

EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

Published by the Student Body

I. K. WILLIAMSON, Editor

JOYCE M. HARDISON, Business Manager






DEDICATION TO OUR

50 YEARS

Progress

To all of those, both living and dead, who by work and sacrifice have created the spirit of East Carolina College, this the Fiftieth Anniversary Volume of the BUCCANEER is respectfully dedi-cated.

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One Enters . .

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Thomas J. Jarvis

Governor of North Carolina 1879-1885

Thomas J. Jarvis, an ex-governor of North Carolina and a leading citizen of Greenville, was very instrumental in the establishment of our school. He was active in getting the school bill passed in the legislature; and when opposition was met before the Education Committee, Jarvis was the leader of a strong group of citizens from the eastern part of the state who appeared be- fore the committee to plead for the school.

Jarvis and President Wright were very close friends, and Wright, in later years, spoke of Jarvis as "the most dependable counselor I have ever had." These two men joined together in one of those rare partnerships in which ideals, faith, and purpose become blended.

OUR PURPOSE

College is a place; but more than that, it is a tool- a device- for directing the cultural lives of humanity. We are proud of East Carolina College and all its high ideals. Our alumni can rightfully boast of their intellectual and civic accomplishments.

Since 1929, the student body has published an annual volume covering the college and its activities. We, on our Golden Anniversary, continue that tradition, giving praise to our predecessors and attempting to further the work which they have begun. As time passes, may East Carolina continue worthy of its beginnings.

Luther H. Hodges

Governor of North Carolina 1954-

Even today, our governors are important in the educational growth of our state. Our present Governor, The Honorable Luther H. Hodges, has shown considerable interest in the development and promotion of educational facilities for the cultural advancement of every young man and young woman engaged in college work in the state of North Carolina. Governor Hodges has visited our campus on numerous occasions. Just this past spring (1957), our graduates were for- tunate in having him as their commencement speaker.

To Be Inspired by . . .

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Robert H. Wright

1909-President-1934

Dr. Robert H. Wright, a native North Carolinian, guided the developments of the school as its first president. President Wright was a progressive educator and was a man of high ideals and of unusual foresight and courage. Dr. Wright saw the institu- tion become an accredited college, offering both the bachelor's and the master's degree, and won for it a position of prestige both in and out of the state.

John D. Messick

President East Carolina College- 1947-

Dr. John D. Messick was appointed president in 1947. As a result of his ten years of capable leader- ship, the college has experienced a period of phenome- nal progress marked by expansion of physical facilities, growth in number of students and staff members, and development of new fields of service to education in the state.

...Our Leaders Past and Present.

Leon R. Meadows

1934-1944

Dr. Leon R. Meadows, a former faculty member, was elected President of the college in 1934 upon the death of Dr. Wright. President Meadows served until 1944 during which time the marked growth of the college continued.

H. J. McGinnis

1944-1945

Dr. H. J. McGinnis of the faculty was acting presi-dent, succeeding Dr. Meadows. McGinnis served in this capacity until 1945 when the third president of the college was appointed. Dr. McGinnis proved to be a very devoted and capable leader.

Dennis H. Cooke

1945-1946

Dr. Dennis H. Cooke, now president of High Point College, was appointed president of East Carolina Teachers College in 1945 and served for one year.

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The Vastness...

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...of Our Campus...

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Ground Breaking Ceremony

The group assembled for the ceremony above is made up largely of men and women who had worked hard to obtain the school for the town of Greenville. Ground was broken on July 2, 1908, by Ex-Governor Thomas J. Jarvis. The first shovelful of dirt was removed from the site of the first building to be started, at the northeast corner of East Dormitory, now Jarvis Hall, dormitory for women students.

First Faculty of East Carolina Teachers Training School

These are members of the first faculty of East Carolina Teachers Training School. Of this group, Miss Kate Lewis is the only living member.

Pictured top row, left to right: Kate W. Lewis, Art; W. H. Rags- dale, Education; Birdie McKinney, Latin; Sallie Joyner Davis, History; Maria D. Graham, Mathematics; Mamie E. Jenkins, English; C. W. Wilson, Education; Mrs. Jennie M. Ogiden, Home Economics; Fannie Bishop, Piano; Herbert E. Austin, Science; Robert H. Wright, President.

Is a Reflection of Those Who

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THE PRESIDENT'S HOME

Until recent years, this abode on Fifth Street, which is now Women's Dormitory, was the home of the President. The Pres- ident's Home is now directly across the street and beside Women's Dormitory.

WILSON MEMORIAL

One of the college's early at- tractions, which no longer exists, was this beautiful and romantic structure. It could be seen to the west of Wilson Dormitory.

POWER PLANT

For many years, the Power Plant, now located be- side the laundry, was centered to the rear of Jarvis Dormitory and Austin Building. The Cafeteria now occupies this spot.

Pioneered Our Ways.

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Mr. Waldrop and Liz are told that a good place to begin a tour of the campus is at the Alumni House. Here, they find Alumni Secretary, James Butler, eager to accompany them on their excursion.

PROGRESS THROUGH

When one has not been a student at his Alma Mater for many, many years, he finds it informative and fas- cinating to return and tour the campus, looking at it through the eyes of a newcomer who is yet to experi- ence the wonderfulness that can be felt from college life.

Mr. J. Herbert Waldrop, Jr., one of Greenville's leading citizens, who was a freshman here in 1910 and is currently serving his second term as a trustee of our college, is back getting a new im- pression of East Carolina. He finds his tour en- livened by the sparkling personality of Elizabeth Cox, a very lovely, first quarter freshman coed from Raleigh.

Seeing East Carolina College as it is today makes it difficult to realize that only fifty years ago, March 8, 1907, the General As- sembly passed an Act authorizing the estab- lishment of the college. During this period,

The second point of interest is a visit president's office. Dr. Messick is his heerful and well-groomed self.

Mr. Smiley, the librarian, speaks of how recently the present library building was built. Liz discovers that it is only about four years old.

"Liz, we're standing in the middle of what used to be a lake. Neither was Memorial Gym- nasium constructed until the early Fifties."

Foresight and Toil






THE EYES OF YOUTH

great progress has been made, and marked changes have taken place on our campus. Only six buildings were ready for use by the first students as compared to thirty that are now in use. Although the school was established in 1907, the first regular session did not open until October 5, 1909, with only one- and two- year courses being offered. The first summer school was held in 1910, from May 24 to July 30. The first class was graduated from the two-year normal curriculum on June 6, 1911, and on November 20, 1920, the college was authorized to offer a four-year curriculum and to grant the Bachelor of Arts degree. The first degrees were conferred in August, 1922. On August 22, 1929, the college was authorized to grant the Master of Arts degree.

East Carolina College has never failed to make great strides, and we can only antic- ipate a better school in the not-too-distant future.

"The Sylvan Theater is very nice, but it is better suited to the younger genera- tion," comments Mr. Waldrop. Liz finds the remark rather interesting, especially since they find coeds using the stage as a sun court.

The phenomena of present-day design are readily revealed by the expression of admiration on the face of Mr. Waldrop. No doubt Liz is thinking of four years hence when she may become a resident of Garrett Hall.

At first glance, one would hardly recognize this as being the entrance. to our crowded cafeteria. Evidently they arrived at a non-rush hour.

"It is never to late to teach an old dog new tricks."

Rewarded by . .






Phenomenal

Continuing their tour, the two stop by Austin Building for a brief visit in the office where Mr. Waldrop would have found the president when he was a student.

For those of the past as well as those of the future, the Austin dome is a landmark of our Alma Mater.

It it hard for one to be a gentleman and a scholar when escorting a lovely coed through our arboretum.

"Every man's home is his castle." From the first year to the present, East Carolina has been supplying "the better halves." Since Liz is a business major, she will not be afforded the experience attained by a quarter's residence in the Home Management House.

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Advancement

"Cleanliness is next to Godliness." And we can justly be proud of our plant.

Our campus has grown to the extent that when Liz and Mr. Waldrop finish their tour of its many facili- ties, a cool soda is surely "a pause that refreshes."

Liz is rather amused to learn that two college girls made a daily trip uptown to procure the student's mail during Mr. Waldrop's years here as a student.

Striking a typical college pose, Mr. Waldrop relaxes and reminisces with Liz in the pleasant atmosphere of the College Union.

Though our college is non-denominational, our Y-Hut affords a place of meditation and fellowship for all.






...Lend Splendor...

So peaceful on the outside and so frustrating on the inside- that's Flanagan!

Modern education via the "machine age." This is one of the college's numerous parking lots-DAY STUDENTS ONLY!!!

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A familiar view . . . agree? A back view of three of the college's nine dormitories with Wright Auditorium in the background quite visible. It's the girls' sun courts that are not so conspicuous. Could they be fenced in?

...and Beauty...

May our lives ever be as straight and tall!






Parking spaces??? . . . Undoubtedly it's Christmas! No, it is only a weekend shot.

Nestled among the pines is our campus center of religious activities, the Y-Hut.

What! A scene like this with only ten minutes between classes?

God's own gift of natural beauty makes college life more enjoyable.

On a seat of higher learning rests its skyward arm. For campus radio, WWWS, dial FM 91.3.

...to Its Growth.

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Within These Pages . . .

CONTENTS

Commemorating the "50th" Year 18

Homecoming 28

Memories Are Made of This 36

SCHOLASTICS 44, 45

Trustees and Administration 46

Alumni Association 50

Dean of Graduate School 51

College Departments 52

Faculty 60

Mr. and Miss Student Teacher 64

Staff 65

Graduates 66

Seniors 67

Juniors 131

Sophomores 153

Freshmen 169

Two-Year Business 183

FEATURES 186, 187

College Queens 188

Marshals 192

May Day 196

Dormitory Homecoming Sponsors 200

Who's Who Among Students 204

ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES 214, 215

Student Government Association 216

Buccaneer 226

East Carolinian 230

Music 233

Drama 239

Religion 246

Clubs 252

College Union 267

Radio and Television 272

Military 276

FRATERNITIES 282, 283

ATHLETICS 310,311

ADVERTISEMENTS 350, 351

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EVENTS!

It Was the Year 1957, the

of East Carolina College

College events this year centered around the observance of the golden anniversary of the establishment of East Carolina College. While the following anniversary features do not portray nearly all the events of the spring and fall of '57, they do represent several of the major happenings which marked the commemoration of the "50 Years of Progress." From homecoming to the major playhouse pro- ductions, every activity on campus celebrated the fiftieth year.

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Golden Anniversary

All college and student events center around the supervised program of the College Union. And to show how busy the fiftieth year was, take a look at the May social calendar.

Editor I. K. Williamson shows President Messick the format of the Golden Anniversary yearbook.

The 1957 Buccaneer is dedicated to "Fifty Years of Progress."

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The King, Queen, and their Court.

WINTER WONDERLAND'S VALENTINE SWEETHEART BALL

One of the highlights of student activity each year is the annual Valentine Sweetheart Ball.

In the above picture, the King and Queen of Hearts are shown as they and their court reign over the Valentine festivities.

In the bottom photos, the court leads the dancers in the grand march while Calvin Chesson and the Dreamers "strike up the band."

The Valentine Dance each year is spon- sored by the national honorary Business Education Fraternity, Pi Omega Pi, and the Future Business Leaders of America Club.

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"HONORS FOR THE OLE SCHOOL"

Business Department's Pi Omega Pi Wins National Chapter Achievement Award for Third Time.

Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey, national president of Pi Omega Pi, is shown presenting the Pi Omega Pi Chapter Achievement Award to the members of Beta Kappa Chapter at East Carolina College.

The national award is given annually to the Pi Omega chapter which carries on the most active program. This is the third time that Beta Kappa chapter has won the coveted prize.

MORE FUN; MORE DANCING IT'S THE WINTER TIME MILITARY BALL.

Miss Diana Johnson, sweetheart of the 1957 Military Ball congratulatory kiss from Lt. Col. Lewis J. Partridge.

Lower right corner: Diana and her escort, Bucky Monroe, cut the huge cake at the 1957 Military Ball.

Intramural Award Winning

In the above picture, Bucky Monroe, right, president of Delta Sigma Rho, presents the fraternity's rotating trophy given to the winning team in intramural competition to Harry Archer, president of the Intramural Council.

John Spoone, left, captain of the Country Gentlemen, accepts the award in behalf of his team who won the Intramural Council's 1957 football conference.

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When the first breath of spring appears, students are ready for their copy of the yearbooks. The "Bucs" were popular this year-you can tell by the long eager line.

BUCCANEER BANQUET TIME

Each year after the yearbook has gone to press, the executive staff entertains the other staff members at a banquet, to show their appreciation for the services rendered in helping make the yearbook a success.

The banquet last year was held at the Silo Restaurant with Dr. Clinton Prewett as guest speaker. Also included in the picture are the mothers of the co-editors of the Buccaneer, Mrs. Nora Williamson and Mrs. Smith.

Miss Betty Spencer holds a coveted trophy after being acclaimed queen of the annual Water Show. With her are the other beauties who participated in the contest.

Upper left: Cruising down the river is very romantic-but there are too many people watching.

The Physical Education Department can find all types of swimmers. And this clown-if he can't swim, he'd better soon learn how.

ANNUAL SPRING WATER SHOW

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The Shakesperian production, "As You Like It," was presented in late spring of '57 in commemoration of the Golden Anniversary cele- bration. Its three performances were given in the East Carolina Sylvan Theater.

The production was made possible by the joint efforts of The Stu- dent Government Association, The Greenville Community Theater, The Greenville Fine Arts Festival, and East Carolina College.

"AS YOU LIKE IT" . . . ANNIVERSARY PRODUCTION

"You to a love that your true faith doth merit." (Sir Oliver Martext, Rasolind, and Orland)

"Sweet Phebe, do not scorn me." Silvius (C. Thomas Hull) and Phebe (Joyce White).

The entire cast.

"Who is he that killed the deer?" (Jimmy Trice, Robert Hunt, Sam Johnson)

JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM TIME

The Junior-Senior Prom is always one of the highlights of any school year. Especially is this true to the Juniors and Seniors. In the spring of '57, these upperclassmen found themselves in a big ballroom with a huge center glass ball in the midst of- well, Wright Auditorium- dancing to the music of RCA's Hi Fi and East Carolina's Combo. (The AMBASSA- DORS of Duke University failed to keep their engagement.)

Lillian Griffin was chairman of the Prom and did a splendid job planning and executing her plans. The dance, despite its one drawback, was a great success. Pictured in the surrounding shots are scenes from the dance.

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The exercises marking the forty-eighth annual commencement at East Carolina had as the chief event the conferring of over 600 degrees on graduates com- pleting courses of study at the college. Altogether, 507 Bachelors' degrees and 100 Masters' degrees were conferred by President Messick during the Sunday morning exercises.

Over 600 Degrees Conferred on 1957 Graduates

Greenville Banks, a Business Major from Maple, North Carolina, was acclaimed the outstanding senior boy at graduation exercises t May. The award was given by Phi Sigma Pi, an honorary education fraternity for men.

And then it was all over for the 607 graduates par- ticipating in the exercises. The college marshals led the recessional from Wright Auditorium.

Highlighting the 1957 graduation exercises was an address by the Honorable Governor Luther H. Hodges. A delegation of college officials and trustees met the governor when he arrived at the Municipal Airport for the graduation exercises.

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GRADUATION

A part of graduation for men students is that of be- coming an officer in one of the branches of the armed services.

Shown above are James Lowell Blake and Jimmy Lee Johnson who were sworn as officers in the

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REGISTRATION!

Which One? Winter, Spring, or Fall? Doesn't Matter; They're All the Same.

Here's the line we're talking about.

College registration, regardless of which quarter, is always the same- utter confusion! First, it's the lines- the long, long lines of students wait- ing either to pay fees or to be admitted in the North Door. Then at last you're in but only to be confronted by still more lines. Only now there's fifty times the original number. You wait and wait and wait and at last you've finally reached Dr. "X's" line. "Please sign my card," you suggest. Then the professor casually replies, "Sorry, you'll have to take Mr. 'C.' I'm all filled up." On and on you go until you're actually through, or at least you think you are. You start through the "check-out line," and a sweet little girl says, "Sorry, but you'll have to fill out another set of cards. These are all messed up." By this time, you're ready to quit; so- you don't. You do as told and REGISTER again.

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PORTSMOUTH GAME

EC-Richmond Football

The chartering of the train to Portsmouth was the original idea of Phi Mu Alpha, Music Education fraternity. The Alumni Association and Student Government Asso- ciation teamed up and helped to contribute the necessary aid to make this trip a huge success. The nine-coach train left at 1:30 p.m. and arrived in Portsmouth at approxi- mately 4:30 p.m.

Exen (sic) though the Pirates lost to Rich- mond, our team did have great support while making their debut in Coach Boone's home town.

We won this train! It is ours! We bought it! It belongs to the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.

Was this the dining car? Looks as though the Atlantic Coast Line turned things over to East Carolina sure enough, doesn't it?

One might think this car belonged to the East Carolina College Marching Band!

WHITE BALL

The annual Christmas dance sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega was a gala affair. Sylvia Capps was crowned Christmas Queen and gay couples twirled beneath a canopy of white.

Finding a pretty girl seems no problem for our social fraternities. Lovely Sylvia Capps, sponsored by Delta Sigma Rho, was selected to reign as Christmas Queen of the White Ball.

Dancing cheek to cheek, these spright- ly-dressedjoin in the festive spirit of Christmas.

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HOMECOMING '57

East Carolina's 1957 Homecoming festivities, in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the school, reached "unprecedented dimensions" according to the October 17th issue of the EAST CAROLINIAN.

The events started on Friday night with a pep rally followed by a Street Dance and the crowning of Miss Homecoming, Carole Mc- Daniel. Celebrations began on Saturday with the largest homecoming parade in the school's history. Kappa Sigma Nu fraternity won the float prize with a beautiful replica of a whale; and Jarvis Hall won the dorm decoration honors.

On Saturday afternoon was the big game between ECC and Elon with Elon dumping the Pirates a 21-12 loss. During the halftime of the game, President Messick spoke to the spectators in the capacity-filled stadium. The ECC Marching Band entertained with a fine musical imitation of today's "top tunes and new talent." At 9:00 Saturday night, Johnny Long and his orchestra played before the largest dance crowd ever to assemble in Wright Auditorium. A concert preceded the dance.

With the close of the dance another (and yet not just another) EC homecoming had come to a close. The entire weekend was very eventful. Hundreds of alumni returned to their Alma Mater. They, along with us, the students, are rightfully certain that the 1957 celebration was the best homecoming that the college has ever experienced.

East Carolina's 100 piece Marching Band leads the parade.

Vivacious Carole McDaniel begins reign as Homecoming Queen.

Major Event of Year Is Highlighted by

Parade

Queen

Game

Pirates battle Elon in Home- coming tilt.

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Who you yelling for? ECC.

We're going to stop this foolishness and win.

Jarvis Hall wins dorm decoration.

Dorm sponsor.

Dr. Messick on parade.

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Whale of a Homecoming

Pictured above is a view of the winning float sponsored by Kappa Sigma Nu fraternity. The mouth really works too!

That's a Pirate?

Touchdown for guess who?

Let's go, Pirates!

We're digging for Pirate treasure.

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Pirate ship.

HOMECOMING '57

Homecoming dance.

Fleming Hall sponsor.

Bubbles in the wine!

A scene from the EC Marching Band's halftime performance at the football game. Yes, it's Lawrence Wlek's champagne glass and champagne music.

Wright Auditorium filled to above capacity for the homecoming dance.

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More Glances at the Parade

Shipwrecked Pirate.

Beauty on Parade.

Homecoming Queen, lovely Carole McDaniel, reigns as she rides the parade. Delta Sigma Rho fraternity sponsored Miss McDaniel.

Miss Wilson Hall

Dorms Women and "KKK"

Miss Wilson Hall

Garrett Hall decorates.

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Ready for Homecoming.

Barbara Windley represents Sigma Alpha Iota.

Debbie Brown sings for dance.

And This Was Homecoming, 1957

Pirates in action.

Debbie Brown was the featured vocalist with Johnny Long and his orchestra at the homecoming dance.

Little brown Jug.

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Watch out!

And so another day begins.

STUDENT LIFE AT EAST CAROLINA

Mug Shots.

Registration's blur of confusion.

Bottoms up.

Memories...

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Three musketeers.

They're made for each other.

Ain't it love?

Changining classes.

...Are Made

Wrong side up!

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I'll get it right yet!

Jailhouse rock!

...of This.

Hi, you all.

So what?

Sputnik.

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Charleston.

Deep concentration.

We ate while the band played.

Take Some Students...

Jam session.

Beauty on parade.

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Love at first sight.

It's a great life.

...Add Stolen Nights of Bliss,

good nights.

Aren't they cute?

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Hen party

We dig that rock'n'roll.

...Some Girls...

Hula, hula!

The last one.

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Night life.

College life?

...Some Boys...

Record Shop.

Studious.

Hard at work!

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He's singing?

Head hunter?

Oh, what did I do?

Asian flu shots.

Ah, yes.

...Some Griefs...

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We love to dance.

...Some Joys...

What is it?

Paris can-can.

Want a piece?

A walk in the woods.

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Where's Martha?

Lovely chorus girls?

...We'll Have These Moments to Remember!

Second childhood.

Beautiful scenery.

Sittin' on the grandstand...

Tennis, anyone?

The long gray line.

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EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Board of Trustees consists of twelve members appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. Each appointed member serves for a period of six years or until his successor has been ap- pointed and qualified.

The Trustees prescribe the course of study, retain all rights and titles to property acquired for the use and benefit of the college, and report the operation of the college biennially to the Governor before the meeting of each General Assembly.

Chairman of the Board ARTHUR L. TYLER

Mr. Arthur Tyler, of Rocky Mount, North Carolina, Executive Vice President of the Belk-Tyler Stores, is cur- rently serving as chairman of the Board of Trustees. He has held this position since May, 1955, and has been a member of the Board since 1947.

ARTHUR L. TYLER

Chairman, Board of Trustees

MR. J. HERBERT WALDROP

Greenville

MR. RALPH HODGES

Washington

MRS. AGNES W. BARRETT

Greenville

Secretary to Board

MR. W. W. TAYLOR, JR.

Warrenton

MR. CARL GOERCH

Raleigh

MR. HENRY BELK

Goldsboro

MRS. WILLIAM B. UMSTEAD

Durham

Mr. Fred Willetts from Wilming- ton was not present when pictures were made.

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MR. CHARLES LARKINS

Kinston

JUDGE LUTHER HAMILTON

Morehead City

MR. I. H. O'HANLON

Fayetteville

MR. E. E. RAWL

Greenville

President Messick speaks to the trustees and to a select group of students at the fall luncheon of the Board of Trustees.

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO THE STUDENTS

Dear Students:

We are fortunate that we can be together to help celebrate the Golden Anniversary at East Carolina College. Many ideas and efforts have gone into its making, and we all owe a great debt of gratitude to those who have provided the vision, insight, labor, and finance to enable us to have such a great insti- tution.

We have much brick and mortar, a learned faculty, and an adequate staff that is splendidly equipped. However, these do not guarantee a great college. They serve only as the basis. The products of an institution are its graduates; and unless they embody scholarship and character and exemplify civic, profes- sional and economic leadership, the institution cannot be recognized as having truly achieved greatness.

You students who are continuing in college, make every endeavor to equip yourselves with the infor- mation found in your curriculum, analyze, evaluate, and enter into other college activities which will help you to be all-round citizens ready to enter into adult life.

To you who are leaving, may we wish you God speed and admonish you to excel as citizens who will reflect honor upon your name, your college, your state and your country. You are not educated. You have only approached the threshold of knowledge with a background preparatory for further explora- tion,- your enrichment and continued success depend upon continued effort. Your Alma Mater will watch your maturity and achievements with interest and pride, and wish for you the greatest possible success and happiness.

J. D. MESSICK

President

JOHN D. MESSICK

President

Dr. John Decateur Messick became the fifth president of East Carolina College in August of 1947. Prior to coming to East Carolina, he had served as Dean of Instruction at Elon College and at New Jersey State Teachers College.

Born in Beaufort County, North Carolina, he received a Ph.B. Degree from Elon College in 1922, a Ph.D. Degree from New York University in 1934, and a Litt.D. from Elon College.

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DR. LEO W. JENKINS

Vice President in Charge of Student Affairs

As Dean of Instruction and Vice President, Dr. Jenkins works with matters relating to the formal academic program, performs the on-campus duties of the president when Dr. Messick is absent, and assists the president in coordinating all curricular and extracurricular activities of the campus.

Dr. Jenkins is a native of Elizabeth, New Jersey, and prior to coming to East Carolina eleven years ago, he was assistant to the Commissioner for Higher Education in New Jersey.

OUR ADMINISTRATORS

MR. F. D. DUNCAN

Vice President in Charge of Business Affairs

Matters concerning business affairs and the over-all improvement of the college and its facilities occupy most of the time and activities of the Vice President in Charge of Business Affairs.

Mr. Duncan is a native North Carolinian. Previous to coming to East Carolina, he was connected with the Finance Division of the State Department of Education in Raleigh for eight years.

DR. ORVAL L. PHILLIPS

Registrar

Helping students keep their records straight and get- ting out the students' grades is the big task of the Regis- trar and Director of Admissions, Dr. Orval L. Phillips.

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MISS RUTH WHITE

Dean of Women

Dean White joined the staff of East Carolina in 1937 as a dormitory counselor and held that position until she was made Dean of Women.

A native North Carolinian, she graduated from East Carolina Teachers Training School in 1925; received an A.B. from East Carolina Teachers College in 1939; and in 1951 received her M.A. from East Carolina College.

DR. JAMES H. TUCKER

Dean of Men

Dr. Tucker joined the faculty in September, 1955, as Dean of Men. Since that time, many of the men have waited on the little bench outside his office seeking in- formation about self-help jobs and scholarships.

DR. J. L. OPPELT

Director of Placement Bureau

During our last year at East Carolina, we all turn to Dr. Oppelt for guidance. Our problems connected with student teaching and job placement are handled with understanding and conscientious sincerity.

DR. RALPH BRIMLEY

Director of Foundations and Public Relations

A new addition to the college's administrative system was added in September of 1957 when Dr. Ralph Brimley was appointed Director of Foundations and Public Relations. The new office combines the work of the extension, news bureau and alumni association into a unified public relations program.

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Mamie E. Jenkins Alumni Faculty Buiding

The alumni office maintains files and records of former students and faculty as well as the roster of students and faculty now on campus, assists in the direction of alumni activities, serves in public relations functions for the expanding of East Carolina College, and aids in foundation projects.

The Mamie E. Jenkins Alumni-Faculty Building is used for informal gatherings of students and faculty and is a liaison between the college and former students.

EAST CAROLINA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

JAMES W. BUTLER

Alumni Secretary

MRS. SUSIE WEBB

Secretary to mr. Butler

Well known to everyone who visits the Alumni-Faculty Building is Mrs. Susie Webb, Alumni Office Secretary. Mrs. Webb, who is also a graduate of East Carolina, has served in this position since 1946.

JAMES W. BUTLER

A man of many handshakes and friendly smiles, Alumni Secretary James W. Butler, is well known to every student who enters East Carolina College. Besides serving as Alumni Secretary, Mr. Butler is also Sports News Director and chairman of the S.G.A. Entertainment Committee.

An alumnus of East Carolina, himself, Mr. Butler was vice president of the East Carolina Alumni Association before he became Alumni Secretary in 1952.

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DR. J. K. LONG

Dean of Graduate School

Dr. J. K. Long, formerly Head of the Department of Education, was appointed Dean of Graduate Studies, effective with the opening of the fall term of 1957. Before coming to East Carolina in 1947, Dr. Long was for ten years Assistant Super- intendent in Charge of Secondary Education in Louisville Public Schools, Louisville, Kentucky. Previous to this, he was principal of a number of schools in North Carolina, one of them being Warsaw High School in Duplin County. Dr. Long has also taught summer sessions at George Peabody College, Wake Forest College, and the Univer- sity of Louisville. He came to East Carolina in 1947 as Director of Admissions and was made head of the Education Department in 1951.

Dr. Long teaches nine hours each quarter, including summer sessions. His teaching composes only about one-half of his duties. He is also concerned with seeking scholarships in other institutions for graduate work and promoting public relations for our school, especially in relation to graduate work. According to Dr. Long, the basic purpose of graduate school is to try to improve the professional training in other institutions through graduate work.

Dr. Long, as he can be seen on his way to the college cafeteria, post office possibly on his way home.

When not in class, Dr. Long often stays busy talking to graduate students here on the campus and off campus, giving them guidance and advice.

VETERAN EDUCATOR IS DEAN OF ECC GRADUATE SCHOOL

Dr. Long has long been noted for his friendliness toward everyone and especially ward students. Here he is seen chatting with a group of students in the college union.

Another scene typical of Dr. Long is that of the classroom. Teaching composes about one-half the duties of being Dean of Graduate School.

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DR. WELLINGTON B. GRAY Director

One of the more interesting courses in art is that of figure drawing.

It's a course in ceramics.

ART

The Department of Art maintains two courses of study which lead to either an A.B. Degree or a B.S. Degree.

Under the two programs are courses in art education, design, drawing and painting, ceramics and sculpture, and art history. One course, art appreciation, is included in the college general education program.

The department has five staff members.

BUSINESS

One of the most fascinating courses taught in shorthand. Below is a Dempsey's third period class, doing a little dictating."

Yes every business student must know how to operate the key-driven machines. In below, Miss Daniels is teaching an office machines class.

DR. E. R. BROWNING Director

The Department of Business of East Carolina College was organized on January 1, 1936. It has a current enrollment of 862 business majors. The staff is made up of twenty-two instructors who hold more than fifty college degrees. Two of them are certified public accountants. The department has one primary aim- to educate men and women for positions of leadership in the business life of North Carolina.

In carrying out its purpose of education for business, the department offers specialized and thorough training in the areas of business teaching, public accounting, management, distributive education, business administration, and secretarial science.

The department is the state sponsoring organization for the Future Business Leaders of America, the national organiza- tion for business students. Beta Kappa Chapter of Pi Omega Pi, the national honorary business fraternity, is the only chapter in the nation that has won the national fraternity merit award three times. The work of the department in the area of business administration has been recognized by Delta Sigma Pi, a national business professional fraternity. The East Carolina Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi has won regional and national honors.

In 1956, the shorthand students of East Carolina College won the coveted Gregg International Award and were pro- claimed the best shorthand penmen in the world. In the area of business management, the department was the first in the nation to offer an approved course in executive technique under the auspices of the Southern Institute of Management and the American Institute of Management.

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EDUCATION

Critic and student teachers are making the next day's lesson plans.

The Education Department has four major functions: (1) to prepare undergraduate majors in primary and grammar grade education for graduation and for teacher certification, (2) to offer professional courses for secondary education majors in other departments of the college, (3) to offer graduate courses in Education for people working toward the Master's Degree, and (4) to offer consultant and other services to school systems in eastern North Carolina.

Some thirteen hundred majors in primary and grammar grade education are now working toward the Bachelor of Science Degree. Of these, about seven hundred are doing full-time work on campus and six hundred are enrolled for part-time work through extension classes and summer schools. The latter group is largely composed of teachers now in service who took the two-year teacher training course formerly offered by East Carolina. Now they must complete the four-year program in order to obtain class "A" teaching certificates.

The Wahl-Coates Laboratory School located on the east campus is an integral part of the Education Department. There, many of our seniors do their student teaching before going into the public schools. The pictures on this page show some of the activities of our student teachers.

DR. E. J. CARTER Director

Top left: Johnnie Simpson is working with first grade students at the Wahl-Coates Training School.

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

Dr. J. L. Fleming Director

The Foreign Language Department is fortunate to have a student from both Spain and France to be of assistance to our students who are struggling through these subjects.

The Department of Foreign Languages was founded in 1923 by Mr. Ralph C. Deal "with the consent and blessings of President Robert H. Wright." The following year Phi Sigma, a foreign language club, was organized in the department, and in 1938 that club, retaining its original name, became the Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha, a national honorary foreign lan- guage fraternity.

The growth of the department over the years has been gradual but steady, and in recent years, the place of foreign languages in the curriculum of East Carolina College has been firmly established. Today, with a staff of four full-time teachers and two foreign assistants teaching an average of 250 to 300 students per quarter, it appears that a strong foundation has been laid, and the department is ready for greater growth and accomplish- ment as the college enters its second half-century of service.

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The Geography Department at East Carolina is a large one, which during 1956-57 tied with the University of Washington for third place among the Nation's colleges and universities in the number of students enrolled in geography courses. A total of 2,350 students were members of classes during this period.

The local department has seven full-time professors and 80 geography majors. The degree granted is an A.B. degree which is a non-teaching degree. While the profession was once largely concerned with training teachers, nearly half of the geographers in the U. S. are now engaged in non-academic occupations.

A total of 106 hours is offered in geography in addition to 21 hours in graduate courses. These courses can be grouped as follows: General; Systematical Physical; Systematical Cultural; Regional; Geographic Techniques; and Seminars.

The Beta Iota Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, National Professional Geography Fraternity, is located at the College. Although there are over 60 chapters located in the U. S., Mexico, and Canada, this is the only chapter in North Carolina, and in 1956-57 it was the largest of all chapters. It is an outstanding chapter with monthly dinner meetings where outstanding speakers talk on subjects of geographical interest.

DR. J. B. CUMMINGS Acting Director

GEOGRAPHY

A classroom shot taken in one of the geography classes.

Working with cartography is one of the Geography Department's favorite activities.

Basketball can be taken as a one-hour elective in the Physical Education Depart- ment.

HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

All physical education classes as this one are held in Memorial Gymnasium.

The Department of Health and Physical Education serves the college through three programs of work- a general program, a competitive program and a professional training program. The general program includes a wide range of instructional and recreational activities designed to meet the needs of the entire student body. The competitive program includes an intramural program for both men and women and supplements the extracurricular activities on campus. This program also includes an extensive intercollegiate athletic program which is available to men students who excel in competitive sports. The professional program is designed to meet the needs of students who desire to certify in the field of public school teaching. A non-teaching degree is available for students interested in working in recreational or related fields.

The department sponsors the Women's Recreational Association, the Varsity Club and the Physical Education Major Club. In addition, the Aquatics and Aquanymphs are popular among students interested in water sports.

The personnel of the department includes fifteen staff members and approximately 54 200 majors, of whom thirty are women.

DR. N. M. JORGENSON Director

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ENGLISH

The thirty-one English teachers work together with the hope that East Carolina students may become secure in their use of the Mother Tongue and may find joy and inspiration in the great body of literature that is their heritage. Each quarter approximately 1700 students are enrolled in our one hun- dred classes on the campus, not to men- tion those in television and extension classes. Every student takes at least eighteen hours of English; our profes- sional majors take at least fifty-two.

The student-faculty panel below is a derivative of the English Club. Each member is interested in the American novel, the topic for which the panel was formed.

DR. LUCILLE TURNER Director

A group of Dr. Greer's freshman English students gathers around before class begins to share the benefits of related magazine article.

Beyond such basic courses as composition, speech, English and American surveys, and Shakespeare, students have many choices; among them are writing, authors of the American Age of Reason, and literary criticism. Several English teachers are giving free elective courses in philosophy, logic, radio and television technique; others are sponsoring the English Club, the East Carolinian staff, the Buccaneer staff, and the Future Teachers of America. It is now possible for students majoring in English, foreign languages, mathematics, science, and social studies to minor in speech. For these students and others a new course, oral argumentation, has been added. Two new graduate courses are being added for the benefit of those who plan to take an M.A. in English. One teacher gives one-third of her time to helping upperclassmen whose written composition is so faulty as to interfere with accuracy and clearness. The English staff is trying to help meet many needs of many people.

MILITARY SCIENCE

Dr. Pasti, in the photo below, is pinning the Distinguished AFROTC Cadet Award on Bill Speight and Paul Singleton, the chosen from the East Carolina detachment.

LT. COL. EDWARD J. MALONEY Director

An aerial view of Greenville taken by the East Carolina College ROTC unit. The tip of the left wing can be seen in the foreground.

The mission of AFROTC is to select and prepare cadets through a permanent pro- gram of instruction to serve as officers in the reserve and regular components of the Air Force. The purpose and objectives of the program are: ( 1 ) To develop in the cadets by precept, example, and participation the attributes of character, personality, and leadership, which are essential to every officer of the Air Force; (2) To provide the cadet with the course of training which, with his academic curriculum, will qualify him to dis- charge the duty and responsibility required of him; (3) To motivate the cadet to attain an aeronautical rating upon graduation.

Organizations sponsored by the cadet corps are a Drum and Bugle Corps, the AFROTC Drill Team, Basic and Advanced Clubs, and Model Airplane Club.

The staff for the department consists of four officers and one part-time civilian faculty member. The administration for the detach- ment is handled by four non-commissioned officers. The size of the Cadet Corps approximates 150 male students. The corps was installed at East Carolina College in 1948, and is the only military organization on the campus. 55

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MUSIC

The students above are pictured in the lounge of the Music Building.

Typical of the Music Department is the scene above. Here a student director is leading group singing.

DR. KENNETH CUTHBERT Director

The Department of Music is establishing itself as one of the leading agencies in the training of teachers, performers, conductors and church choir directors or organ- ists. Our graduates hold fine positions throughout the eastern states and are serving in many capacities with good records. The Department of Music is a member of the National Association of Schools of Music. There are nineteen members on the De- partment of Music faculty, serving 140 music majors, in addition to many others pursuing courses in applied music, methods and music appreciation.

The department is located in new Music Hall on the campus. Many band and orchestral instruments are provided for student use in practice and performance, including a three-manual Tellers Organ and two electric organs. Instruments are available without rental charge, including pianos, organs, stringed instruments, woodwind, brass and percussion instruments. Also, there is no charge for use of the many practice rooms furnished by the College.

The department sponsors the Concert Band, the Marching Band, East Carolina College Orchestra, College Choir, Women's Chorus, and the College Singers. In addition, music students may join the Music Education Club and one of the two professional music organizations- Phi Mu Alpha Sinfornia for men and Sigma Alpha Iota for women.

HOME ECONOMICS

All Home Economics majors spend one quar- ter of their college years in the Home Manage- ment house. In the scene below, the girls are having dinner.

The college nursery is sponsored in conjunction with the Home Economics Department. In the picture below, several of the children are seen taking their morning nap.

DR. BESSIE McNIEL Director

Margie Price is also pictured.

Home economics deals with those aspects of life which contribute to better family living. Most young women marry before or soon after graduation from college. Therefore a student is interested in home economics because it prepares her to be a better homemaker, wife and mother. Almost every home economics major looks forward to being a professional woman also for at least part of her life. Her training at East Carolina College may lead to a position as a teacher, a home demon- stration agent, a home economist with a power or equipment company or an assistant dietitian.

Our department is recognized by and receives assistance from the Federal Government as a center for the training of vocational home economics teachers. The course is planned to give a good foundation in all phases of home economics. Every major does student teaching and receives a B.S. Degree upon graduation.

About one hundred and fifty students and eight faculty members work and learn together either in the laboratories and class- rooms in Flanagan Building or in the Home Management House. The extracurricular activities of the department are carried on through the Home Economics Club and Phi Omicron, the home economics honor society.

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS

Two Industrial Arts majors working with Dr. Risher in the electric shop.

Modern equipment, like this machine used in the ma- chine shop, is in use throughout the department.

DR. KENNETH BING Director

The Industrial Arts Department was organized on a major basis in 1949. The staff was composed of two instructors, and 20 young men were enrolled as majors. At the present time, the staff comprises six well-trained instructors with about one hundred twenty majors.

The prime purpose of the department is the preparation of teachers for the schools of North Carolina. Many students, however, decide to enter industry or some other employment in which industrial arts training is helpful. Those young men who enter military service after graduation find that their experiences at East Carolina College help them to obtain assignments to their liking and also speed their advancement. Plans are being made now to expand the department and add other instructional areas.

Student organizations include the Industrial Arts Club and Alpha Delta Tau. The latter is an honor fraternity composed of outstand- ing club members whose scholastic averages are above a "2." These organizations carry on an active program which is of benefit to the student, to this department, and to the college.

LIBRARY

The Department of Library Science was established in 1939 pri- marily to train students to become capable school librarians. During the years a secondary purpose has become increasingly important. That purpose is to acquaint students in other departments with the potential interrelationship library science courses have with the goal of modern education. Today the school library is more than a repository for books. It is a materials center offering both informa- tion and recreation from books, pamphlets, periodicals, films strips, and recordings.

To help teachers, prospective teachers and school librarians make optimum use of the school library, the department offers a variety of courses which can lead to a major or a minor in the field, either of which will give a person completing the courses full certification

The faculty of three, one full-time and two part-time instructors, teach courses in library organization and ad- ministration, school library reference materials, story telling, book selection for elementary schools and high schools, observation and school library practice and visual aids in education.

To combine the educa- tional and social interests of students taking courses in li- brary science is the Library Club, co-sponsored by mem- bers of the Library depart- ment.

Top photo: Anyone wishing to find a quiet place which go to the reading room of the college library.

MR. WENDELL W. SMILEY Librarian

Bottom: A classroom scene taken in a library science class in the library.

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The Department of Mathematics is staffed by nine instructors each of whom has had considerable teaching experience and thorough preparation for his work. The department serves 623 students of whom 92 are majoring in Mathematics and 40 are minor- ing in this science. The department also offers graduate courses leading to the Master's Degree in Mathematics. The students maintain a Mathematics Club and some are affiliated with the honorary science and mathematics fraternity, Chi Beta Phi.

Undergraduate courses now offered are College Algebra, Trigonometry, Plane Geometry, Differential and Integral Calculus, College Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Machine Computation, Mathematical Statistics, Analytic Geometry, and Differential Equations, plus the service courses of Basic Mathematics, etc. In line with modern trends present offerings are being revised and new courses are being added to the curriculum.

Our chief aim is to be of maximum service to all our students who seek a knowl- edge of mathematics, whether it be as a primary field of life-time interest or simply as an essential tool in the pursuit of some occupation. Our greatest challenge is to help meet the ever-increasing demand for good students of mathematics and science.

DR. DAVID R. DAVIS Director

MATHEMATICS

Scenes taken from Dr. Davis' mathematics classes.

Dr. Davis is the new director of the Mathematics Department.

Dr. Judson White, one of the teachers in the department, relaxes briefly from the work in his office.

Pictured below are the eight members of the Psychology Department. The department has four new members this year. They are Mr. Robert L. Ormsby, Dr. Julia Marshall, Miss Ruby Bliss, and dr. Frank A. Scott.

PSYCHOLOGY

DR. CLINTON R. PREWETT Director

The Psychology Department of East Carolina College has in general two chief functions. In the first place, it provides a general education course for all students at East Carolina College. This course is known both far and wide as Psychology 103. In addition to the general education service, all students who are preparing for teaching degrees must take courses in educational psychology and either child or adolescent psychology.

The Psychology Department also currently offers a minor in Psychology to students securing an A.B. Degree and to majors in elementary education. A total of 36 hours credit earned is necessary for completion of the minor program. The members of the Psychology Department in their areas of specialization are able to offer pertinent counseling to students, clubs, and organizations rela- tive to problems in the behavioral science fields. Many facilities are available for testing school achievement, intelligence, interests, aptitudes, and personality. Future programs of psychology will be broader and more comprehensive with a major in the department and more sophisticated experimentation and research design when the department occupies the new classroom building.

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The Science Department is organized to give thorough training in science for students having specific interest in any one of sev- eral areas, as well as to provide broad training in science for general education of students in other departments. Courses leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree are designed for students who expect to teach in high school or junior college. A major in science only may be taken, or the student may take a minor in another field. The Bachelor of Arts Degree, which may be taken in science or in chemistry, is given to those who wish to prepare for scientific positions in industrial organizations or for graduate study in science. In addition to the baccalaureate degrees, a student may also receive a Master of Arts Degree with a major in science. The following pre-professional programs are offered by the Science Department: Pre-medical and pre-dental, three years; pre-laboratory technician and pre-nursing, two years. One year of engineering is given, and a two-year pro- gram is offered in both forestry and agriculture. Two organizations are sponsored by the department, the Science Club, one of the oldest organizations on the cam- pus, and Chi Beta Phi, a national honorary science fraternity.

DR. CHARLES W. REYNOLDS Director

SCIENCE

A scene in the analytic students laboratory where students are taught qualitative, tuantitative, and gravi- metric analyses.

Meager though it be, the Biology Department's greenhouse provides an invaluable source of living materials.

There are almost three hundred majors in the department. Sixteen staff members from thirteen different states make up the science faculty. Almost all of them hold the Ph.D. Degree.

SOCIAL STUDIES

Classroom scenes taken of Dr. A. D. Frank's class. Dr. Frank, for years a teacher in the Social Studies Department and director for a number of years, retired at the close of Fall Quarter.

The Department of Social Studies conducts programs designed to carry out the two main objectives of the department- a general college education and a profes- sional training program.

In the area of general education, courses are designed to create human under- standing and an appreciation for the peoples of the world. Another area of study is courses which are designed to train public school teachers. The curriculum in this program is designed to furnish tool subjects for prospective teachers in order that they may have a sound foundation for teaching the various subjects in the social studies in public schools.

The department also maintains courses which offer undergraduate training for students who are preparing for careers in law and the ministry.

The department has twenty staff members and approximately 285 majors.

DR. PAUL MURRAY Director

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East

COLLEGE

DR. JAMES D. ALLISON English

MISS VIOLET ALTMAN Business

MRS. JANIE S. ARCHER Physical Education

DR. KENNETH BING Art

MISS RUBY BLISS Psychology

MR. ROBERT L. BOONE Physical Education

DR. AUSTIN D. BOND Science

MR. JOSEPH G. BOYETTE Science

MISS DOROTHY BRANDON Business

DR. E. R. BROWNING Business

MRS. MARIE BROWNING English

DR. LAWRENCE BREWSTER Social Studies

MR. NORMAN CAMERON Business

MR. RICHARD CAPWELL English

MRS. LILY R. CARR Assistant Librarian

MR. HERBERT CARTER Music

DR. ROBERT CARTER Music

MISS BEATRICE CHAUNCEY Music

DR. HOWARD CLAY Social Studies

DR. H. A. COLEMAN Social Studies

DR. GEORGE COOK English

DR. N. M. JORGENSEN Physical Education

DR. ROBERT E. CRAMER Geography

CAPT. J. M. CRANE AFROTC

MRS. MARGARET CRENSHAW Assistant Librarian

MR. JAMES CUMMINGS Geography

DR. KENNETH CUTHBERT Music

MR. HENRY F. DADE Assitant Librarian

MR. LEWIS DANFELT Music

MISS FRANCES DANIELS Business

DR. DAVID R. DAVIS Mathematics

MR. C. C. DAWSON Business

MRS. OUIDA DEBTER Business

DR. AUDREY V. DEMPSEY Business

MR. J. O. DERRICK Science

MRS. MILDRED H. DERRICK Mathematics

DR. CHARLES DESHAW Physical Education

MRS. THADYS J. DEWAR Business

MISS MABEL DOUGHERTY Home Economics

DR. GEORGE DOUGLAS Social Studies

MR. EDMUND DURHAM Music






CAROLINA

FACULTY

MR. WILLIAM H. DURHAM, JR. Business

MISS ELIZABETH DRAKE Music

DR. THEODORE EATON Science

MISS RUBY EDENS Business

MISS LENA C. ELLIS Business

DR. GROVER EVERETT Sceince

MR. U. WOLFGANG FETSCH Music

MR. ALTON FINCH Business

DR. WOODROW FLANARY Education

MRS. ELLEN C. FLEMING Mathematics

MR. J. L. FLEMING Foreign Language

DR. A. D. FRANK Social Studies

DR. FRANK G. FULLER Education

MR. CLAUDE L. GARREN Physical Education

MRS. MARY GOODMAN English

MR. MARTIN GOLDSWORTH Mathematics

MR. JOHN R. GORDON Art

MISS RUTH GRABER Music

MISS LORRAYNE GRAFF Physical Education

DR. WELLINGTON B. GRAY Art

MISS MARY H. GREENE English

MR. DONALD HAYES Music

DR. H. E. HAYNES Psychology

DR. MARY C. HELMS Science

DR. R. M. HELMS Science

DR. FRANCES V. HENRY Education

DR. EDGAR HIRSHBERG English

DR. CARL T. HJORTSVANG Music

DR. KEITH D. HOLMES Education

MISS EMMA HOOPER English

DR. JOHN H. HORNE Education

DR. FRANK HOSKINS English

MRS. SUE C. HOWELL Busienss

MR. W. W. HOWELL Business

MRS. ANTOINETTE JENKINS English

DR. EDGAR B. JENKINS English

S/SGT. H. H. JUSTICE, JR. AFROTC






EAST

COLLEGE

DR. RUTH KEESEY Social Studies

DR. RACHEL KILPATRICK English

MISS TORA M. LARSEN Business

MISS RUTH LAMBIE Nursery School

DR. EARLE LEBARON English

MR. ROBERT LEITH Industrial Arts

MISS JANELLE LOVETTE Music

MISS VELMA LOWE Business

MR. FRANCIS MADIGAN Physical Education

MR. JAMES MALLORY Physical Education

LT. COL. E. J. MALONEY AFROTC

T/SGT. LEON MANNING AFROTC

DR. JULIA MARSHALL Psychology

DR. GEORGE MARTIN Geography

MR. WILLIAM McDONALD Physical Education

MR. HAROLD McGRATH Business

DR. BESSIE McNIEL Director-Home Economics Dept.

DR. J. O. MILLER Physical Education

MR. THOMAS W. MILLER Music (Not Pictured)

DR. HARLEY MILSTEAD Geography

MISS RUTH MODLIN Education

DR. CLARENCE MONK Mathematics

MR. HORACE MONROE Industrial Arts

DR. PAUL MURRAY Social Studies

DR. J. G. NAVARRA Science

MR. RALPH NAPP Social Studies

MR. FRANCIS NEEL Art

MR. ROBERT ORMSBY Psychology

MR. JAMES PARNELL Music

DR. GEORGE PASTI Social Studies

CAPT. GEORGE PATTERSON AFROTC

MR. GEORGE PERRY Music

MRS. MARGUERITE PERRY Foreign Language

MR. WILLIAM PERSICK Art

DR. P. W. PICKLESIMER Geography

DR. JAMES POINDEXTER English

MR. HOWARD PORTER Physical Education

DR. MEREDITH POSEY English

MISS GWENDOLYN POTTER Busienss

DR. CLINTON PREWETT Psychology

DR. J. R. PRINCE Foreign Language

MRS. RUTH PRINCE Assistant Librarian

MISS ALVERTIA QUESENBERRY Home Economics

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CAROLINA

FACULTY

MR. FLOYD READ Science

DR. CHARLES REYNOLDS Science

DR. JOHN REYNOLDS Mathematics

MRS. LENA REYNOLDS English

MISS LUCILLE RICE Science

MRS. CHARITY RISHER Business

DR. CHARLES RISHER Industrial Arts

MISS ROSALIND ROULSTON English

DR. FRANK SCOTT Psychology

DR. PERCY SCOTT Mathematics

MR. WENDELL SMILEY Librarian

MR. EARL SMITH Physical Education

MRS. GERTRUDE SODERBERG Home Economics

MISS NELL STALLINGS Physical Education

DR. MARY STATON Education

DR. LALA STEELMAN Social Studies

DR. JAMES STEWART Social Studies

DR. KATHLEEN STOKES Social Studies

MISS ALICE STRAWN Home Economics

DR. THOMAS STRITCH Psychology

DR. ROBERT STUART Education

DR. RICHARD TODD Social Studies

MRS. ELEANOR TOLL Music

DR. PAUL A. TOLL Social Studies

DR. LUCILLE TURNER English

DR. ELIZABETH UTTERBACK English

1/LT. ROBERT VINING AFROTC

MR. DAN VORNHOLT Music

M/SGT. J. G. WEILAND AFROTC

MRS. GLADYS WHITE Music

DR. JAMES L. WHITE Business

MISS JANE F. WHITE Business

DR. KATHERINE WHITE English

DR. M. JUDSON WHITE Psychology

MISS LOUISE WILLAMS Mathematics

DR. CHRISTINE WILTON Science

DR. FRANCES WINKLER English

T/SGT. T. E. WINSTEAD AFROTC

DR. J. A. WITHEY English

DR. MARTHA PINGEL WOLFE English






SUPERIOR STUDENT TEACHERS

MR. AND MISS

REPRESENTATIVE

STUDENT TEACHER

Chosen to represent East Carolina College as Mr. and Miss Representative Student Teacher for the academic year 1956-57 were Richard Leonard and Jean Fisher.

Richard Leonard, from Erwin, North Carolina, was a Science major and Jean Fisher, from Wilmington, majored in Spanish.

Mr. and Miss Representative Student Teacher are selected each year from North Carolina institutions with teacher-education departments. The honor is bestowed upon the two seniors who have completed their student teaching during the fall and winter quar- ters and who show great promise of becoming out- standing teachers.

Evaluative criteria to be met by the two are es- sential qualities of personality, professional competen- cies and attitudes, scholastic standing, cultural back- ground and understanding of educational aims.

Nominees from each department of study are con- sidered by a special selection committee of faculty members and students.

The two chosen as Mr. and Miss Student Teacher represent East Carolina at a spring convention spon- sored by the Department of Future Teachers of the North Carolina Educational Association.

ALTERNATES

Alternate Student Teachers are chosen to represent the college at the spring convention sponsored by the North Carolina Education Association in the event that Mr. and Miss Student Teacher are unable to attend the meeting.

Chosen as alternates during the academic year 1956-57 were Pat Everton of Columbia and Greenville Banks, Jr., of Maple, North Carolina. Pat was a major in the field of Primary Education and Greenville majored in Business Education.

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EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE STAFF

WORTH E. BAKER, Personel Officer

AGNES W. BARRETT, Secretary to President

ALMA B. BIZZELL, Cotton Dorm Counselor

EUDELL BROWN, Wahl-Coates

ANNE B. BYRD, Assistant Cashier

HAZEL R. CLARK, Freshman Advisor

PAULINE L. COX, Supervisor of Infirmary

LINA CRAWFORD, Clerk-Student Store

MARTHA L. DANIEL, Switchboard Operator

MARCELYN B. DICKENS, Secretary in P.E. Department

LEONA E. DIXON, Clerk-Student Store

ELSIE S. EAGAN, Wahl-Coates

NELL C. EVERETT, Wahl-Coates

DOROTHY A. FAGAN, Asst. Supervise

WILLIAM C. FLAKE, Policeman

GEORGIA S. FRANKLIN, Wahl-Coates

LOUISE GALPHIN, Wahl-Coates

RUTH GARNER, Fleming Dorm Counselor

GRETCHEN W. GOODWIN, Secretary

MAZIE F. HALES, Infirmary Nurse

JOHNNIE L. HARRELL, Policeman

RUBY E. HASSELL, Assistant Librarian

MARTHA J. HENDRIX, Business Offi.

MARY E. HULL, Wahl-Coates

DR. CARY F. IRONS, College Physician

MARGARET R. JOHNSTON, Cashier

ALICE T. JONES, Secretary in English Department

SALLY H. KLINGENSCHMITT, Wahl-Coates

DORIS T. LAMM, Secretary to Dean

FAYE D. LEGGETT, Business Office

LILLY FLYE LEWIS, Secretary to Librarian

ELIZABETH H. MALLORY, Student Bank

EUNICE McGEE, Ragsdale Dorm Counselor

CYNTHIA A. MENDENHALL, Recreation Supervisor-College Union

MARY T. MOORE, Clerk-Student Store

MILDRED M. OWENS, Business Office

JANIE H. PATCH, Business Office

MILDRED PATE, Wahl-Coates

ELWOOD F. PITTMAN, Policeman

JUNE S. PORTER, Secretary in Placement Office

HARRY G. RAINEY, Assistant Manager Student Store

EDMUND G. RAMSAUR, Assistant Librarian

MINNIE P. RIDENOUR, Secretary to Registrar

ELIZABETH E. SAVAGE, Registrar's Office

CHRISTINE T. SMITH, Jarvis Dorm Counselor

HELEN A. SNYDER, Garrett Dorm Counselor

MILDRED SOUTHWICK, Assistant Librarian

LUCY MARIE STOKES, Infirmary Nurse

MARY STOKES, Wahl-Coates

KATHLEEN VENTERS, Dormitory Housekeeper

FRANCES WAHL, Principal-Wahl-Coates

ELIZABETH WALKER, Assistant Librarian

JOAN B. WARREN, Clerk-Student Store

DOROTHY WATERS, Supervisor of Soda Shop

VERNIE B. WILDER, Assistant Librarian

ALMA LOUISE McKINNEY, Garrett Dorm Counselor

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SARAH PICKETT BLAND

Elementary Education and Administration

GRADUATE STUDENTS

PAUL B. BUNN

Business

ALVIS BRYAN CARR, JR.

Business

PAUL MONROE CASEY

Science

MILTON RONALD COLLIER

Secondary

MARGARET ANN COVINGTON CHARLES RAY DAVIS

English

WILLIAM FREDRICK FLOYD

Secondary Administration

LOUISE YELVERTON HARRELL

Social Studies-Education

WALTER ALEXANDER HASTY, JR.

Administration in Education

GEORGIA MORRIS

Science

CHARLIE CRAFTON NARRON

Education

GEORGE B. PATTERSON

Administration Education

JANICE F. RABY

English

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

HILDA MARIA SANDGREN CUELLAR

English

MILTON SMITH, JR.

Social Studies

HAL VINCENT STOUT

Physical Education

E. CHARLIE SUTTON

Education and Education

NANCY CATHERINE TAYLOR

Secondary Education

BENJAMIN HILTON THOMAS

Education

JAMES ALLISON WILLIAMS

Education-English

ROGER G. WORTHINGTON

Industrial Arts

The Graduate students pictured on this page represent only a very small percentage of the men and women doing part-time and full-time graduate work here at East Carolina.

This year, for the first time in the history of our college, the graduate students have someone to direct the graduate activities on the campus. This capable and inter- ested person is Dr. Jos- eph K. Long.

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nineteen hundred and fifty-eight

It's closing time ... the counselor is standing at the front door, and even though other things seem more important now, we're really thinking about another closing time. This is our last year at East Car- olina and graduation is almost here!

It's exactly what we have waited for, many years, but now that it's here we feel a little funny inside.

We think of the days when we were freshmen facing a new and different life. Would we be able to make it? We wonder the same thing now as we think of the big and challenging world that lies ahead.

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Class Officers

PRESIDENT Teddy Gartman

VICE PRESIDENT A. c. Hinton, Jr.

SECRETARY Janet Hill

TREASURER Marcia Forbes

S.G.A. REPRESENTATIVE Ann Hughes

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CARL RAYMOND ACKER, JR., A.B. Greenville

Business Administration

JOSEPH WILLIAM ALDRIDGE, B.S. Kinston

Physical Education and Social Studies YDC 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3,

LESTER ELBERT ALFORD, JR., B.S. Whitakers

Science and Science Sigma Rho Phi 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity Council Representative 3 and Secretary 4.

SUE RIDDLE ALLEN, B.S. Plymouth

Primary Grade Education FTA 1.

LOU ANNE ALPHIN B.S. Kinston

Home Economics House Commitee 1; Sutdent Counselor 2; Vice President E. Garrett 3; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; EAST CAROLINIAN 1, 3; Tau Sigma.

PATRICIA SOUTHERLAND ALSTON, B.S. Warrenton

Primary Grade Education ACE; SGA Summer School Memer-at-Large; Caterbury Club.

SARAH CATHERINE AMAN, B.S. Jacksonville

Student Counselor 2; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; College Union Board 2, 3; Social Committee and Secretary of Board 2, 3; Tau Sigma 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3.

TANYA VONE ANDERSON, B.S. Fountain

English and Social Studies English Club 2; FTA 2, 3; YWCA 3, 4, Vice President 4; Inter- Religious Council 4 ; BUCCANEER 3, 4.

ANDY JOHN ANDREANOPOLOUS, A.B. Wilmington

Business Administration

JOHN CLEVELAND ANDREWS, JR., B.S. Greenville

Social Studies and French

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LILLIE MARGARET ANDREWS, B.S. Williamston

Home Economics Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4; College Union Social Board 3, 4, Treasurer E. Garrett 4; Sophomore Counselor 2; Reporter Women's Hall 1.

RICHARD BRYANT ANTHONY, B.S. Walstonburg

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Alpha Delta Tau 4; SGA

WILLIAM CLARK ARMSTRONG, B.S. Wallace

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Delta

WILLIAM VANCE ARNOLD, JR., A.B. Greenville

English and Social Studies EAST CAROLINIAN 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 1, 2, 3, Managing Editor 4, Staff Cartoonist 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Nu 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2; Vice President Men Day Students 3; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WILLIAM LEON ASBY, JR., A.B. Washington

English and Social Studies

BARBARA ANN ATKINS, B.S. Littleton

Primary Grade Education ACE 1,2, 3, 4; College Union Student Board 1, 2, 3, 4.

JACQUELINE DOLORES ATKINS, B.S. Sanford

French and English English Club; YWCA.

GEORGE VERNON BAGLEY, B.S. Hobbsville

Business and Social Studies YDC 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 4; Delta Sigma Rho 3, 4; Tau Sigma 3, 4, President 4; SGA 3, 4; EC Playhouse 1, 2; ROTC 1, 2.

GRADY COLEMAN BAILEY, B.S. Greenville

Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Alpha Intramural Council Treasurer 4; Student Union Committee.

EDWARD WATSON BAKER, A.B. Elizabeth City

Social Studies and English Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, Seargeant-at-Arms 4; IFC 3, 4; Elections Committee 4; Men's Judiciary 4; ECC Bank 1, 2, 3; YDC 1, 2 ; YMCA 4.

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FAYETTE HARRELL BAKER, B.S. Greenville

Primary Grade Education

REBECCA McDONALD BAKER, B. S. Carthage

Primary Grade Education

RUFUS EDISON BAKER, A.B. Aurora.

Business Administration Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.

ROBERT OSBERN BALLANCE, JR., B.S. Manteo.

Industrial Arts

JESSIE WARD BALLEW, B.S. Winston-Salem

Primary Grade Educaion CSU; ACE

GREG BARAGHIMIAN, B.S. Bagdad, Iraq

English and Business Education

MALISIA CARRIE BARBOUR, B.S. Willow Springs

Home Economics Campbell College 1, 2; Home Ec Club 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3, 4.

ANN McADEN BARKER, B.S. Semora

Primary Grade Education ACE.

ESTHER INGLE BARKER, B.S. Arapahoe

Business Education FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; YRC 4; Sophomore Couselor 2.

KENNETH ALAN BARLOW, A.B. Hollister

Business and Social Studies Louisburg Junior College 1.

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ALLIE MAE BARNES, B.S. Coats

Primary Grade Education ACE 1; FTA 2, 3, Secretary 3, Finance Committee Chairman 3; YWCA 1.

DAVE LOUIS BARNES, A.B. Rocky Mount

Business Administration

MARGARET TUTON BARNHARDT, B.S. Whiteville

Home Economics Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

NORMA JOSEPHINE BARNHILL, B.S. Greenville

Primary Grade Education

LYNN P. BARRIER, B. S. Spencer

Industrial Arts

JOHN EDWIN BASS, B. S. Newton Grove

DERYL LEE BATEMAN, A.B. Durham

Geography and Social Studies Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4.

LETITIA BATTS, B.S. Chinquapin

Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 4; YWCA 2; Library Club 4; House Committee 4.

REBECCA GAYLORD BATTS, B.S. Roper

Home Economics

CHRANSON BEAM, B.S. Lincolnton

Social Studies and English

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JESSE VAUSE BEAMAN, B.S. New Bern

Business and Social Studies SGA 3; Vice Chairman Men's Judiciary 3; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; APO 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Nu 3, 4; YDC 3; Student union Board.

MARYLYN OLIVE BESTEDT, B. S. Greenville

English and Social Studies

CHARLIE EARL BISHOP, B.S. Washington

Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3; Men's Judiciary 3, 4, Vice Chairman 4; Executive Council 4; Varsity Club; PE Club; SGA 4.

JIMMY C. BISHOP, A.B. Cramerton

Business Administration

HAL ONDRA BLACK, A.B. Waco

Science YMCA 4; BSU 3, 4; Appalachian State Teachers College 1, 2.

IMOGENE BLAND, B.S. Gaffney, S. C.

Science and Music ECC Marching Band; ECC Concert Band; ECC Orchestra; SAI; Music Education Club

BARBARA JEAN BLANTON, B.S. Teachey

Primary Grade Education BSU I, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary, Social Vice President; ACE 3; 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Sigma 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary;

EDWARD LOUIS BLEYNAT, A.B. Valdese

Science

AUGUS FOSTER BORDEAUX, B.S. New Bern

Business Administration

JAMES JARMAN BOWDEN, III, B.S. Kenansville

Social Studies and English YMCA 3, 4, Cabinet 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2; International Relations Club 2; Phi Sign

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JENE RONALD BOWEN, B.S. Southern Pines

Business Education and Social Studies Campbell Junior College 1, 2; Baseball 3.

MARILYNN GLORIA BOWEN, B.S. Kinston

Primary Grade Education

CHESTINE G. BOYD, A.B. Edward

Business and Social Studies Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.

DARRELL MILTON BOYD, A.B. Rocky Mount

Business Administration

JESSE R. BOYD, JR., A.B. Greenville

Geography and Music Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4; Varsity Men's Glee Club 1, 2; College Choir 2; College Singers 2, 3; SGA 3; Student Union Board 4; Productions Committee SGA 3; Student Musicals 2, 3, 4.

MARY ANN BOYD, B.S. Engelhard, N. C.

Primary Grade Education

WILLIAM MARSHALL BOYD, JR., B.S. Portsmouth, Va.

Physical Education and English Veterans Club; Baseball; EAST CAROLINIAN, Sports; Intramural Council.

FRANCES CAHOON BRADLEY, B.S. Greenville

Primary Grade Education Home Economics Club 1; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4.

GEORGE WILLIAM BRADY, B.S. Greenville

Science

JAMES NELSON BRADY, B.S. Ayden

Business and Social Studies






1958

ROBERT H. BRANCH, B.S. Bethel

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3; YMCA 1.

HOWARD NELSON BREWER, A.B. Greensboro

Science and Social Studies University of South Carolina 1; Pi Kappa Alpha 1; YDC 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4; Trainer, Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4.

HAROLD JUDSON BRILEY, B.S. Grimesland

Social Studies and Welfare

JAMES EDWIN BRITT, B.S. Milwaukee

Business and Social Studies

SYLVIA ANNE BRITT, B.S. Rowland

Physical Education and English BSU 2, 3; PE Club 3; YWCA 2, 3; WRA 4; College Union Board

JERRY T. BROOKS, A.B. Rockingham

Business Administration Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K 3, 4.

ROBERT HOUSTON BROOME, III, A.B. Raleigh

Business Education and Social Studies Louisburg College 1, 2; Canterbury Club 3, 4; FBLA 4.

BETTY SUE BROTHERS, B.S. South Mills

Primary Grade Education FTA 1.

BETTY LOU WILLIAMS BROWN, B.S. Ayden

Primary Grade Education

GARLAND LEE BROWN, B.S. Magnolia

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club

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LARRY K. BROWN, A.B. Quantico, Va.

Social Studies and Geography

NANCY ALCOCK BROWN, B.S. Pollocksville

English and Library Science English Club 2, 3, 4; Library Science Club 4.

PEGGY ANN BROWN, B.S. Colerain

Primary Grade Education Chowan Junior College 1; Marshal 1; ACE 2, 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3, 4.

WARREN MELTON BROWNING, B.S. Rich Square

Business Education and Social Studies Phi Sigma Pi 3, Corresponding Secretary 4.

CLIFTON RUSSELL BUCK, A.B. Portsmouth, Va.

Business Education and Social Studies Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3; Alpha Phi Omega 4; Varsity Club 4.

DOROTHY FAY BULLARD, B.S. Rockingham

Grammar Grade Education Emmanuel College 1, 2; Women's Chorus 3; YWCA 4; FTA 4; ACE

PEGGY ANNE BULLOCK, B.S. Lumberton

Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3; College Singers 4; YDC 4; YWCA 1; College Union Board, Social Committee 4.

FREDERICK HOLMES BUNN, A.B. Zebulon

Geography and Social Studies Zeta Gamma Upsilon 4.

RUTH JEAN BURCHETTE, B.S. Holly Springs

Business Education and English Pi Omega Pi, Co-Historian 3, 4.

MARGARET KING BURDEN, B.S. Windsor

Primary Grade Education FTA 2, 3, 4 ; YDC 3, 4; Women's Chorus 2, 3, 4.

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KENNETH LARRY BURGESS, B.S. Burlington

Physical Education and Social Studies Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1; Sigma Rho Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4.

BERTRAM M. BURRIS, JR., B.S. Southport

Science and English

JOANN McCORMIC BUTLER, B.S. St. Pauls

Primary Grade Education YDC 1; ACE 3, 4; Women's Chorus 2, 3; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4.

JULIAN G. BUTLER, A.B. Durham

Social Studies and Geography Veterans Club 1, 2, 3; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3; Annual Staff Sports Editor 3; Men's Judiciary 3.

ROBERT NEIL CADDELL, B.S. Laurinburg

Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2.

MARY WILLIS CAIN, B.S. White Oak

Business Education and Social Studies FTA 1, 2, 3; FBLA 1; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4.

BETTY PEARL CALHOUN, B.S. Fayetteville

Home Economics Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omicron 3, 4; Women's Judiciary 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Cotten Hall President 1.

MAX FRANKLIN CAMERON, A.B. Sanford

Industrial Arts Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4.

RICHARD LUBY CANNON, JR., B.S. Vanceboro

Business Education and Social Studies

JANIE ANNETTE CAPPS, B.S. Spring Lake

English and Physical Education YWCA 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4, Secretary 4; FTA 2; WRA 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4.

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GLENDA RAE CASE, B.S. Roanoke Rapids

Primary Grade Education YDC 3, 4; ACE 2, 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; Women's Chorus 2, 3, 4.

SYDNA CAROLINE CASH, A.B. Winston-Salem

Art and Social Studies Art Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Program Chairman; Playhouse 3, 4.

EARL GRAY CASTELLOW, B.S. Windsor

Physical Education and Social Studies YDC 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; PE Club 2, 3; BSU 1, 2; AFROTC 1, 2.

ANDREW W. CAUDILL, A.B. Tarboro

Business Administration Band 1; Collegians 3; Newman Club 3, 4, President 4; Aquatics Club 2; YDC 1, 2.

ANN McWILLIAMS CAYTON, B.S. Aurora

Primary Grade Education St. Mary's College; YDC 1, 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; ACE 3, 4; FTA 3, 4.

JACK CHARRY, B.S. Washington

Science and Mathematics Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2; Wesley Players 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; AFROTC

CALVIN WHITE CHESSON, A.B. Raleigh

Business Administration SGA Vice President Summer School 57, Historian SGA 4; National Student Association Co-ordinator 4; Delegate National Student Congress 3; College Band 2, 3; Budget Committee SGA 4; Entertainment Com- mittee Summer School 57; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMER- ICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

FRANKLIN P. CHINN, A.B. Rocky Point

Mathematics and Social Studes

BETSY ANNE CLARKE, B.S. Oxford

Grammar Grade Education Louisburg College 1, 2; YDC 3.

BOBBY BRANCIEH CLARK Nashville

Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1, 2, 3, President Umstead Hall 4; Men's Judi< 2; Baseball 1, 2; SGA.

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JAMES DALLAS CLARK, B.S. Greenville

Business Education and Social Studies Veterans Club.

JIMMY WILTON CLARK, B.S. Sanford

Social Studies and Physical Education Advanced ROTC Club 3, 4.

ROGERS H. CLARK, B.S. Elizabethtown

Business Education and Social Studies ROTC 1, 2; Delta Sigma Rho 3, 4; FBLA 2; Science Club 1; Cadet's Club 1, 2.

BRYAN D. COATS, B.S. Benson

Business Education and Social Studies FBLA 1; Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4.

LEONARD C. COGGINS, JR., B.S. Gastonia

Physical Education and Social Studies YDC; Veterans Club; Kappa Sigma Nu; Bridge Club; Appalachian College 2; Intramurals.

LESSIE LEE COLE, B.S. Durham

Primary Grade Education FTA 3; Vice President Summer School; YWCA 1 ; ACE 1 .

DOROTHY JEAN COLLIER, B.S. Clarkton

Primary Grade Education ACE 2, 3; FTA 2, 3; Home Economics Club I.

JAMES RICHARD CONDER, A.B. Hamlet

Business Administration and Social Studies Football 2; University of South Carolina; Catawba College; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4.

BOBBY DEAN CONWAY, B.S. Greenville

Physical Education and Mathematics Football 1, 2; Kappa Sigma Nu 3, 4; President of Men's Day Students Elections 3; SGA 3, 4; Intramural Council 4; SGA Rep. 4; Elections Committee 4; Men's Judiciary 3.

MARGARET FRANCES CONYERS, B.S. Tarboro

Science YWCA 1; YDC 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 4; House Com. 3; Annual Staff 3, 4.

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HERBERT SIDNEY COREY, B.S. Greenville

Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3; Baseball 1; YDC 1.

CHARLES DOUGLAS COX, B.S. Tabor City

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Alpha Delta Tau 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2; Veterans Club 3, 4.

WILLIAM CARLTON COZART, JR., A.B. Greenville

Geography and Science Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Warden 2; Social Chairman 3; SGA 3; Chairman External Affairs Committee 3.

HENRY B. CREECH, B.S. Warrenton

Grammar Grade Education and Special Education ROTC 1; Veterans Club 3; YDC 3; FTA 3, 4; ACE 3, 4.

JANICE NELL CREECH, B.S. Smithfield

Grammar Grade Education

WILLIAM KENNETH CROCKER, A.B. Princeton

Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Swimming Team 1, 2; Circle K Club 4.

WALTER B. CRUMPLER, B.S. Goldsboro

Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4, Social Chairman 4.

ROSE I. CUDE, B.S. Greensboro

Primary Grade Education FTA 1; ACE 1, 4.

DOROTHY V. CULBERSON, B.S. Siler City

Science and Mathematics Fleming Hall Treasurer 4; President Summer School; Homecoming Com- mittee 4; YWCA 1; SGA Points Committee 4.

MELVIN GRAY CUNNINGHAM, B.S. Farmville

Business Education and Social Studies

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BETTY JEAN DANIELS, B.S. Kinston

Business Education FBLA 1, 3, 4, Reporter I, Recording Secretary 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; YWCA I, 3, 4; Annual Staff 1.

IDA ROSE DANIELS, B.S. Colerain

Grammar Grade Education FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; Woman's Chorus 2, 3.

PATRICIA RUTH DANIELS, B.S. Beaufort

Social Studies and Welfare Woman's Chorus 1; IRC 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Choir 1, 2, 3, Secretary 1; Wesley Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Council 3; House Com- mittee 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, President 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BOBBY G. DARDEN, A.B. Goldsboro

Business Administration and Social Studies

JAMES ALEX DAUGHETY, B.S. Kinston

English and Speech EC Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Players 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Radio 3, 4, Special Events Director 3; Varsity Glee Club 1; Macbeth 2; Connecticut Yankee 3; SGA Productions Committee 4; Wesley Foundation Council 4; Creative Writers 2; ROTC 1.

ANNIE MAE DAUGHTRY, B.S. Greenville

Music Education Chowan College 1, 2; Music Education Club 3, 4; Choir 3; BSU 3, 4.

ELLEN CHRISTINE DAUGHTRY, B.S. Faison

Business Education

STEPHEN EVERETT DAVENPORT, A.B. Roanoke Rapids

Geography and Social Studies Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3; Gamma Theta Upsilon 2, 3, 4; Mars Hill College.

CHARLES RAY DAVIS, B.S. Belhaven

Industrial Arts and Mathematics Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Delta Tau 4.

LEONARD DAVID DAVIS, A.B. Greenville

Business Administration

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LEWIS DOUGLAS DAVIS, B.S. Davis

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Alpha Delta Tau Secretary 4; Veterans Club 2, 3.

FRANCES LEE DAWSON, B.S. Dunn

Science and English YWCA 1, 2; FWB Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Self Help 2.

MARY MILLICENT DEANS, B.S. Wilson

Grammar Grade Education ACE; FTA; YWCA.

LETTY BRIDGERS DeLOATCH, B.S. Conway

Art and English EAST CAROLINIAN 1; FTA 1; ACE 1; YWCA 1, 2; Art Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Wesley Foundation 3, 4, President 4; Inter-Religious Council 4, Treasurer 4; "Connecticut Yankee" 3.

EDWIN ARNOLD DENNIS, B.S. Durham

Physical Education and Social Studies President of Men's Judiciary 3; SGA 3, 4, Executive Council 3, Standing Comms. 1, 2, 3, 4; SSL 3; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4; YDC 3, 4; Circle K 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; BUCCANEER 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; NCAHPER 2, 3, 4; Dean's Advisory Council 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 1, 2; CUSB Committee Chairman 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

MARY OAKLEY DILDA, B.S. Farmville

English and French FWB Fellowship 1, 2; Sigma Pi Alpha; YWCA; FTA

IDA KATHERINE DISMUKE, B.S. Burlington

Primary Grade Education Homecoming Queen 1; ROTC Military Ball Queen 2; Woman's Chorus; ACE; YWCA; BSU 2; College Marshal 2, 3; SGA; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

DALLAS CRAWFORD DIXON, B.S. Grantsboro

Business Education and Social Studies

MARTHA LUCILLE DODSON, B.S. Fayetteville

Science and Social Studies

SALLEY J. DONOVAN, B.S. Springfield, Mass.

Primary Grade Education

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FURMAN RAY DOTY, B.S. Winston-Salem

Industrial Arts

MARY LOIS DUKE, B.S. Potecasi

Grammar Grade Education BSU 1, 4; FTA 1, 4; Student Counselor 2.

MARY WOODING DUNCAN, B.S. Roxboro

Primary Grade Education Mars Hill College 1, 2; Tau Sigma 3, 4, Historian 4; ACE 3, 3, 4, Cabinet 4.

WILLADEAN DUNCAN, B.S. Whiteville

Business Education IRC 2; King Youth Fellowship 2, 3; House President 3; House Council 3; SGA 3; Women's Judiciarry 3.

PATRICIA CAROLYN DUNN, B.S. Raleigh

Physical Education and English FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, President 4; PE Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Vice President Fleming 3; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter; BUCCANEER Staff 2, 3, 4.

RUTH JOAN EASON, B.S. Hookerton

Grammar Grade Education FTA 2, 3; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1.

WILLIAM THOMAS EDISON, B.S. Jacksonville

Physical Education and Science Delta Sigma Rho, President; YDC; YMCA ; PE Club; Intramural Council; NC State 1.

MEREDITH LUCRETIA EDWARDS, B.S. Belhaven

Business Education and English FBLA 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; English Club 4.

SARAH ANN EDWARDS B.S. Greensboro

Music Education Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; "Oklahoma" Orchestra 2; "Connectiuct Yankee" Orchestra 3.

CHARLES EVERETT ELGIN, A.B. Leesburg, Va.

Geography and Social Studies YDC 1, 2, 3; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3; Geography Fraternity 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 2, President 3; ALpha Phi Omega 2, 3, Chaplain 3; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3.

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LARRY DEAN ELMORE, A.B. Deep Run

Business Education

JOHN DENSON EPPERSON, B.S. New Bern

Industrial Arts Choir; Alpha Phi Omega; Kappa Sigma Nu; Intramural Basketball and Softball; "Brigadoon."

JANICE GREENE ETHRIDGE, B.S. Red Oak

Business Education BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 1, 2; House Council 1; Secretary and Treasurer Garrett 3.

BILLIE FAYE EVANS, B.S. Garland

Library Science and English Library Club 3, 4, President 3; SGA 3.

LETHA JO EVANS, B.S. Jonesville

Physical Education and Social Studies Aquatics Club 2, 4; PE Club 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3.

ROBERT L. EVERETT, B.S. Parmele

Business Education and Social Studies

MAURICE EDWARD EVERETTE, B.S. Robersonville

Physical Education and Social Studies

FRANK F. FAGAN, A.B. Rocky Mount

English and Social Studies Episcopal Student Worker; Canterbury Club 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, YDC 3, 4.

BARBARA ANN FAIRCLOTH, B.S. Salemburg

Music Education YDC 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; College Singers 3, 4; YWCA 2; CUSB 3; Social Chairman 4.

STEPHEN THOMAS FARISH, B.S. Ayden

Music Education Band 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Musical Production 1, 2; "Messiah" Soloist 3; Opera Workshop 2, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

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REBECCA ANN FARMER, B.S. Elm City

English and Social Studies Free Will Baptist Fellowship; English Club.

ELIZABETH LOWE FAULKNER, A.B. Greenville

English and Business Education College Choir 1; English Club, Treasurer 1; Business Club.

MARGARET ANNE FAULKNER, B.S. Ayden

Primary Grade Education ACE 1 , 2, 4; YWCA 3; FTA 1 , 2.

WALTER ELLIOTT FAULKNER, B.S. Benson

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club.

WILLIAM THOMAS FELTON, A.B. New Bern

Business and Social Studies

JAMES LLOYD FISH, A.B. Apex

Social Studies and English

BARBARA JANET FISHER, B.S. Fayetteville

Primary Grade Education YWCA; ACE; House Committee 2; Library Club 1.

MARY JO FLEMING, B.S. Grimesland

Primary Grade Education YWCA 3, 4; ACE 4; Jarvis Hall Homecoming Committee; Jarvis Hall Social Committee.

MAURICE FRANKLIN FLEMING, B.S. Stokes

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4.

ROBERT THOMAS FLEMING, B.S. Morganton

Music Education ECC Band 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 2, 3, 4; ECC Orchestra 1, 2, President 2; "Collegians" 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Director 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

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M. JANET FLETCHER, B.S. Elizabeth City

English and French English Club 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 2, Vice President 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Counselor 2; Marshal 3; May Court 3; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

ROBERT E. FLYE, B.S. Greenville

Business Administration and Social Studies

MARY T. FLYNN, B.S. Clinton

English and Mathematics English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Social Chairman 3; SGA Summer 4; BSU 3; House Committee Summer.

FRANCES EUGENIA FOLK, B.S. Raleigh

Grammar Grade Education ECC Choir 1, 2; ACE 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; YWCA 4.

MARCIA DEAN FORBES, B.S. Farmville

Social Studies and Music Music Education Club 1, 2, 3; Freshman Production 1; EC Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Election Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4; Sophomore Counselor 2; May Court 2; Marshal 3; Senior Class Treasurer; YDC 3, 4, Reporter-Historian 4; YWCA 1, 2; "Messiah" 1, 2, 3; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3; Musical Production 1; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

ROY HAYWOOD FORBES, A.B. Washington

Mathematics and Social Studies Chi Beta Phi.

EDNA DOLORES FORD, B.S. Bethel

Primary Grade Education YDC 3, 4; FTA 2, 4; Women's Chorus 2; ACE 2; YWCA 4.

ELBERT JULIAN FORD, B.S. Fairmont

Science AFROTC 1, 2; Intramural Council 3; Alpha Phi Omega Tau Sigma 2; YDC 3.

DOROTHY GIBSON FRAZIER, B.S. Fremont

Primary Grade Education

BETTY MAE FREEMAN, B.S. Zebulon

Business Education Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2; FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Delegate to National Convention 1; Student Counselor 2; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Assistant Secretary 3, Vice President 4; BUCCANEER Staff 4; Secretary East Garrett 4; Student Assistant to Dean of Women 2, 3; Graduate Assistant 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- VERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

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SUZANNE FRETZ, B.S. Graham

Mathematics and English Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Woman's Chorus 1, 2, 3; Vocal Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Election Committee 3; Freshman Counselor 2; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dormitory Homecoming Chairman 3.

SHIRLEY RICE GARNER, B.S. Fairmont, W. Va.

Primary Grade Education

WILLIAM THEODORE GARTMAN, JR., B.S. Portsmouth, Va.

Social Studies and Welfare President Senior Class 4; Vice President Junior Class 3; President Aquatic Club 3, Vice President 2; Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Canter- bury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Student Worker 2; Vice President Slay Hall 2; Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4; Inter-Religious Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES.

GERALD GLEN GASKINS, B.S. Greenville

Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1, 2; Young Democratic Club 3; Monogram Club 2.

JAMES LEE GEARHART, B.S. Swansboro

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3; Alpha Delta Tau 3, 4, Vice President 3.

MARGARET JOSEPHINE GEDDIE, B.S. Rocky Mount

English and Social Studies English Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3; East Carolina Playhouse 2, 3, 4; EAST CAROLINIAN 1; and YWCA Cabinet Member 3.

JAMES WALTER GEROCK, B.S. Maysville

Industrial Arts YMCA; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Sigma 2, 3; Alpha Delta Tau 3, President 4; Men's Glee Club.

JEAN C. THARRINGTON GILBERT, B.S. Rocky Mount

Grammar Grade Education FTA 2, 4; YDC 2, 4; YWCA 3; FHA 1; ACE 4.

MARGARET ELIZABETH GILBERT, B.S. Kinston

Mathematics and English YWCA 1, 2, 3; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Science Club 2; Homecoming Com- mittee 2.

MAVIS YVONNE GILCHRIST, B.S. Roseboro

Home Economics YDC 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 2, 3.

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WALLACE LEE GILES, B.S. Raleigh

Music Education Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; College Plays 1, 2, 3; Bands 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Orchestra 2, 3; College Singers 3; Cadets Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2; "Carolinians" 3; "Dreamers" 4.

RONALD DANIEL GODFREY, A.B. Lynnhaven, Va.

Accounting and Social Studies Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4.

HELEN M. GOODEN, B.S. Elizabethtown

Primary Grade Education ACE 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4.

ELDEREE GORE, B.S. Nakina

Grammar Grade Education FTA 1, 2, 3; FTA EAST CAROLINIAN Reporer 3.

BILLY KIRKSEY GRAHAM, B.S. Fayetteville

Physical Education

JOHN LEWIS GRAY, JR., B.S. Kinston

Business Education

CHARLES LAVERNE GREENE, A.B. Farmville

Business Administration President, Delta Sigma Pi.

BENNIE LEE GRIFFIN, B.S. Middlesex

Math and Social Studies

BETTY LOU GRIFFIN, B.S. Williamston

Grammar Grade Education YWCA 1; FTA 3, 4; ACE 4.

J. COMER GRIFFIN, B.S. Williamston

Science and Science

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LILLIAN C. GRIFFIN, B.S. Louisburg

Primary Grade Education BSU A; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Band 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; SGA 1, 2, 3, 4; State Student Representative 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Treasurer; Aquatics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

MARGARET ANN GRIFFIN, B.S. Columbia

Music Education Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; College Singers 2, 3; Sigma Alpha lota 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Musical Productions 1, 3.

EMILY ANN GUNTER B.S. Lumberton

Grammar Grade Education BUCCANEER 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2; YDC 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; English Club 2; FTA 2, 3, 4; ACE 3, 4; Garrett House Comm. 4.

JOSEPH VERNON GURGANUS, JR., A.B. Washington

Science

HELEN ANNETTE GURLEY, B.S. Goldsboro

Grammar Grade Education

RAYMOND GLENWOOD GURLEY, B.S. Goldsboro

Mathematics and Physical Education Math Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4, Officer 4.

PHYLLIS NOYFLET HADDOCK, B.S. Ayden

Business Education and Social Studies

SAMUEL EUGENE HADDOCK, A.B. Greenville

Business Education

JOSEPH ALTON HAISLIP, JR., A.B. Hassell

Science Chi Beta Phi 3, 4.

JAMES M. HALES, JR., B.S. Wilmington

Industrial Arts

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BOBBY RAY HALL, B.S. Erwin

Social Studies and Science SGA 3, 4; DAC 3, 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2; IRC 1, 2; YDC 1 , 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Delegate to YDC Convention 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; EAST CAROLINIAN 1, 2, 3.

GEORGE W. HALL, A.B. Fayetteville

Social Studies and Psychology

MADLINE HALL, B.S. Watha

Primary Grade Education Home Economics Club 1; YWCA 1; Wilson House Council 2; FTA 4; BUCCANEER Staff 4.

MATHEW HALL, JR., A.B. Fredericksburg, Va.

Geography and Social Studies Veterans Club.

MILDRED CAROL HAMILTON, B.S. Atlantic

Grammar Grade Education YWCA 2, 4; Garrett Hall House Committee 3; FTA 4; ACE 4.

FRANK McRAY HANCOCK, B.S. Scotland Neck

Science and Social Studies North Carolina State, Lenoir Rhyne, ASTC; WWWS Staff; Intramural Soft- ball and Basketball; YDC.

JOYCE S. HARDISON, B.S. Jamesville

Business Education YWCA 2, 3; BUCCANEER Staff 2, 3, 4, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4; FBLA 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Delegate to NSYA 3.

JEAN CAROL HARGETT, B.S. New Bern

Business Education FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; YWCA 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Treasurer Wilson Hall 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, President 4; Homecoming Sponsor 3; SGA 4; DAC 4.

KITTY FLOWERS HARGETT, B.S. Richlands

Business Education Meredith College 1; Peace Junior College 2; Pi Omega Pi 4.

PAT BUDD HARMON, B.S. Buies Creek

Physical Education and Social Studies ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC Advanced Club 3, 4; Physical Education Club 3, 4.






1958

ENNIS RAY HARRELL, A.B. Wallace

Business Education Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.

NELLIE B. HARRINGTON, B.S. Wade

English and French English Club 1, 2, 4; YWCA 3, 4; FTA 4; Sigma Phi Alpha 2.

ANNIE JANE HARRIS, B.S. Washington

Science and English BSU 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3.

ANNIE JEANETTE HARRIS, B.S. Kinston

Grammar Grade Education

BARBARA COLLEEN HARRIS, B.S. Beaufort

Music Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Women's Chorus 1; YWCA 1; Dorr Council 3; SGA 3; Sigma Alpha Iota 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4; "Brigadoon"; "Oklahoma"; "Connecticut Yankee."

JOSEPH F. HARRIS, A.B. Oriente

Geography North Carolina State; Campbell.

SADIE LOUISE HARRIS, B.S. Havelock

Grammar Grade Education Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; ACE 2; FTA 2; Women Judiciary 3, 4, Vice President 4; SGA 3, 4, Executive Council 4; Fleming Hall President 3; "Messiah" 1; YWCA 2, 3, 4.

WILMA ALEASE HARRIS, B.S. Roanoke Rapids

Primary Education (Grade) FTA 2, 3, 4; ACE 2, 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 3; Gamma Theta Upsilon 2, 3.

HERMAN G. HARRISON, A.B. New Bern

Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 3, 4.

ROBERT GAYLORD HARRISON

Social Studies and Sociology Wake Forest College 1; ECC Playhouse 4.

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PEGGY GRIFFIN HARVIN, B.S. Woodland

Home Economics Duke 1, 2; Home Ec Club 3, 4; YWCA 4; Phi Omicron 4; Homecoming Sponsor.

HENRY BRYAN HATHAWAY, B.S. Tarboro

Physical Education and Social Studies

M. BETH HAWES, B.S. Watha

Primary Grade Education Sophomore Counselor; FTA 3; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3.

CATHRYN IRENE HAY, B.S. Spencer

Primary Grade Education ACE; YWCA.

DIXIE LEE HEDGPETH, B.S. Bunnlevel

Primary Grade Education Campbell College 1, 2; BSU 3, 4; FTA 4; ACE 4.

WILLIAM HAROLD HENDLEY, A.B. Hamlet

English and Social Studies Charlotte College 1, 2; Queens College 3; English Club 4; Veterans Club 4; College Choir 4.

JAMES CURTIS HENDRIX, B.S. Greenville

English and Social Studies Circle K 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2; Band 1; FBLA 1, 2.

THOMAS H. HENNESSEE, B.S. Morganton

Industrial Arts WCC 1; Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4.

GLADYS FRANCES HENRIES, B.S. Lowland

Primary Grade Education Emmanuel College 1, 2; Women's Chorus 3; IRC 3; ACE 4; YWCA 4.

JANICE LOUISE HEPLER, B.S. Greensboro

Mathematics and Social Studies Math Club.

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SELMA BRYAN HERRING, B.S. Tarboro

Home Economic Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

SHIRLEY HERRING, B.S. Mt. Olive

Physical Education and Social Science WRA 3, 4; Physical Education Club 3.

PATRICIA AGNES HESTER, B.S. Hurdle Mills

Grammar Education FTA 2, 4; ACE 3.

BILLIE JUNE HEWETT, B.S. Ash

Home Economics Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2; YWCA 3.

VIVIAN ELOISE HEWETT, B.S. Wilmington

Business Marching and Concert Band 1, 2; Canterbury Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President Jarvis Hall 3; BUCCANEER Staff 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Editor 3, 4.

FERNE LORRAINE HIGHSMITH, B.S. Nurnberg, Germany

Science and Math Math Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Social Chairman 3; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4, Treasurer 4; BUCCANEER Staff 2, 3, 4, Junior Editor 3, Sophomore Editor 4; SGA 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

JANET MARIE HILL, B.S. Elizabeth City

Art and English EAST CAROLINIAN 1, 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 2, 3; FTA; Art Club 3, 4; Marshal 3; Secretary Senior Class; Creative Writers Club 2; EC Orchestra 1; BSU 1.

CARL RAYFORD HINSON, A.B. Walstonburg

Business

A. C. HINTON JR., A.B. Nashville

Chemistry and Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Delegate North Carolina Science Academy 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3; BUCCANEER Staff 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, Fraternity Editor 4; Delegate NSYA 3; Vice President Senior Class; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Marching Band 3, 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3; YDC 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

RONALD DUANE HINTZ, B.S. West Liberty, Iowa

Physical Education and Science Physical Education Club 3.

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JANET ELIZABETH HODGES, B.S. Sanford

Social Studies and French Student Counselor 2; Treasurer Sophomore Class; Marshal; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Chief 4; SGA 4; Summer School SGA '57; Handbook Comm. 3, 4, Chairman 4; Foreign Language Fraternity 4; CUS Board 3, 4; EC Playhouse 3; FTA 4; May Day 3; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

JOSEPH McNEIL HOFFMAN, B.S. Maysville

Geography and Social Studies Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Advanced Cadet Club 3,

MAX HOLLAMON, A.B. Four Oaks

Geography and Industrial Arts Gamma Theta Upsilon 1.

BERNICE LEORA HOLLAND, B.S. Stella

Physical Education and Social Studies

ALMA JEAN ROWLAND HOLLEY, B.S. Raleigh

Business Education BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3; FBLA 1, 2; YWCA 2, 3, 2; Women's Judiciary, Secretary 3, Chairman 4; Council 4; Budget Committee 4; Women's Chorus SGA 4; Executive Committee 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

EDITH ISBELL HOLMES, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Grade Education

JOSEPH THURMAN HOLT, A.B. Apex

Social Studies and Geography

RONALD NORTON HOOD, B.S. Southport

Social Studies and English UNC I; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3.

BETTY JO HOWARD, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Grade Education King Youth Fellowship.

W. DONALD HOWELL, B.S. Princeton

Social Studies and English Gamma Theta Upsilon 2, 3, 4; King Youth Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Radio 2, 3; Student Manager WWWS 3.

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ANN CAROL HUGHES, B.S. Pollocksville

Art and Social Studies Sophomore Counselor 2; Chief Marshal 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3, 4, Vice President 3; May Court 3; YDC 3, 4; SGA 4; "Messiah" 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Sponsor 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- CAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

CLAUDE THOMAS HULL, A.B. Durham

English and Speech Gamma Theta Upsilon 1, 2; Delta Sigma Rho 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; EC Playhouse 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4.

JOHN CURTIS HUMPHREY, JR., B.S. Lumberton

Business and Social Studies FBLA 3; Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4.

ROBERT LEONARD HUNT, A.B. Statonsbury

Business and Social Studies Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4.

SHIRLEY A. HUNT, B.S. Louisburg

Science and Mathematics Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Judiciary Summer School 3; Chi Beta Phi

NATHAN COUNCIL HYMAN, B.S. Oak City

Business and Social Studies FBLA.

MARY ANN ISLES, B.S. Littleton

English and French English Club 1; Library Club 1, 2, Secretary-Tn Alpha 2, 3, 4.

DOROTHY ANNE JACKSON, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Grade Education WCUNC 1, 2; YDC 3; EC Playhouse 3, 4; FTA 4; BUCCANEER 3; EAST CAROLINIAN 4.

GERALD C. JACKSON, B.S. Greenville

Business Education and History FBLA 1; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.

HAZEL FOREMAN JACKSON, B.S. Greenville

Primary Grade Education

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LAWSON A. JACKSON, A.B. Henderson

Geography and Social Studies Football 1, 2; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Rho Phi 1, 2, 3, 4.

ROBERT FRANKLIN JACKSON, B.S. Washington

Business and Social Studies Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Circle K Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; YDC 3, 4.

SAMUEL ERNEST JACKSON, B.S. Spring Hope

Business Administration

ASBURY CECIL JAMES, B.S. Manning, S. C.

Music Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carolinian Dance Band 3, 4.

DOTTIE JO JAMES, B.S. Wilmington

Music Dorm President 1; Women's Judiciary 1; SGA 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2; Sigma Alpha lota 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

FREDRICK CHARLES JAMES, A.B. Portsmouth, Va.

Science Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Vice President Sophomore Class; President Junior Class; President SGA Sum- mer School; Homecoming Chairman 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

COUNCIL T. JARMAN, A.B. Kinston

Business and Social Studies FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, State Treasurer 4; YWCA 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Assistant Historian 3, Pledge Captain 3, Delegate, National Convention 3, Historian 4; YRC President 4; BUCCANEER 4.

LULA JENKINS, B.S. Laurinburg

Primary Grade Education "Messiah" 1, 2, 3; FTA 1; Wesleyan Council 1; WOmen's Judiciary Summer School 3; Dorm Council 3.

HILDA MAREADY JENNINGS, B.S. Raleigh

Home Economics

CHRIS E. JOHNSON, B.S. Tryon

Social Studies and Welfare Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4; YDC 3; YMCA 3.

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DELORIS IRENE JOHNSON, A.B. Alexandria, Va.

Math and English Emmanuel College 1, 2; Women's Chorus 3; King Youth Fellowship 3, 4, Vice President 4; IRC 4; YWCA 4.

JAMES E. JOHNSON, JR., B.S. Tryon

Social Studies and English

PATRICIA ANN JOHNSON, B.S. Lillington

English and Social Studies YWCA 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; English Club 3, 4, Marshal 4.

MARTHA MURDOCK JOHNSTON, B.S. Leasburg

English and Social Studies Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, 4, Vice President 2, President 3; IRC 2, 3, President 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, President 4; Homecoming Committee 4; SGA 2, 4; ACE 1; FTA 1; English Club 3, 4; Synod Westminster Fellowship Council 3; ECC Playhouse 1, 2; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

CARROLL DEAN JONES, B.S. Raleigh

Primary Grade Education FTA 3, 4; ACE 4; Campbell College 1, 2; YWCA 3; BSU 3, 4.

EDWIN BLANEY JONES, B.S. Walstonburg

Business Education and Social Studies FBLA 3; Intramural Basketball 2.

PATRICIA JONES, B.S. Farmville

Primary Grade Education FTA 3, 4; ACE 2, 3, 4.

RALPH DONALD JONES, B.S. Stantonsburg

Social Studies and English Sigma Rho Phi 3, 4, Secretary 4; YDC 3, 4; YMCA 4; SGA 3, 4, Chair- man of Point Committee 4.

JESSE BRANCH JONES, A.B. Ayden

Business Administration and Social Studies Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 1, 2; YDC 3; Varsity Men's Glee Club 1, 2; AFROTC 1, 2.

ROBERT L. JONES, A.B. Raleigh

Geography and Social Studies Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council, P, Theta Epsilon 2, 3, 4; SGA 4.

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STANLEY MONCURE JONES, B.S. South Mills

Social Studies and English IRC; EC Playhouse; SGA.

SYLVIA ANN JONES, B.S. Kinston

Business Education FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; BUCCANEER Staff 1; EAST CAROLINIAN 1, 3; YDC; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; SGA Secretary Summer 3; Marshal 4.

TOMMY LEON JONES, B.S. Greenville

Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Playhouse Production 3; AFROTC 2, 3, 4; YDC 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4.

WILLIAM O. JORDAN, A.B. Greenville

Geography

RAY EVANS JOYNER, B.S. Nashville

Physical Education and Social Studies Phi Gamma Pi 3, 4; SGA Secretary-Vice President 4.

ELIZABETH LAMB JUDGE, B.S. Wallace

Business Education YWCA 1, 2, 3; FBLA 1, 2; YDC 3; SGA Representative 3, Secretary 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

SYBIL ANN KELLY, B.S. Sanford

Math and English Math Club 1, 2, 3; Social Committee Cotten Hall Summer 57; Sponsor for Sweetheart Ball 2; SCA Summer School Social Committee 56; Hand- book Committee 57.

WILLIAM HENRY KENT, A.B. Tarboro

Business and Social Studies Pi Omega Pi 3, Treasurer 4.

LESLIE ALEXANDER KING, A.B. Jacksonville

Geography and English

DAVID MALCOLM KINLAW, B.S. Albuquerque, N. M.

Grammar Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Alpha Zeta 2, 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation Treasurer 2; Foreign Film Club 2, 3; Wesley Choir 1, 2, 3; Men's Judiciary 4.






1958

THOMAS LEWIS KIRKMAN, A.B. Jamesville

Business Administration AFROTC 1, 2.

GEORGE WASHINGTON KNIGHT, JR., B.S. Rocky Mount

Music Education Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Offices 2, 3, 4; Concert and Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; SGA 2, 3, 4; Music Club President 2; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Musical Productions 1, 2, 3; Collegians 2, 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

JACK BRINKLEY KOEBBERLING, B.S. Lenoir

Industrial Arts Guilford College 1; AFROTC 2, 3, 4; Aquatics Club 2, 3, 4; Proctor 3, 4.

BARBARA ANN LANCASTER, B.S. Castalia

Grammar Grade Education FTA 1; Sophomore Counselor 2; ACE 2, 3, 4; Offices 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4.

DORIS ANNETTE LANCASTER, B.S. Goldsboro

Grammar Grade Education Campbell College 1, 2; ACE.

MAC LANCASTER, B.S. Grifton

Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Young Democrats 2, 3, Reporter 3; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, VIce President 2, 3; Inter-Fraternity Council Vice President 4; Day Students Council Vice President.

IVA THURMAN LAND, B.S. High Point

Mathematics and Social Studies Sigma Rho Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club; Varsity Club 3, 4; Gold 2, 3, 4.

L. EDWIN LANE, B.S. Statonsburg

Mathematics and Social Studies

THOMAS H. LANE, JR., B.S. Statonsburg

Business Education and Social Studies Edwards Military Institute; YDC 3, 4; Delta Sigma Rho 3, 4.

CHARLIE BRAXTON LANGDON, A.B. Smithfield

Business Administration Campbell College 1; Veterans Club 2, 3,

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HAROLD IRVING LANGDON, B.S. Smithfield

Music Education North Carolina State 1, 2; Marching Band 3, 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Nu 3, 4.

ALLIE DORIS LANIER, B.S. Chinquapin

Primary Grade Education ACE 2, 4; YWCA 2, 4; Women's Chorus 4.

EDWIN McKAY LANIER, B.S. Chinquapin

Business Education and Social Studies IRC 1; YMCA 1 , 2, 3, 4, Council 3; FTA 1; FBLA 2, 3; ROTC 2; Varsity Glee Club 2, 3; Westminster Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Council 3.

MARY KEENE LASSITER, B.S. Four Oaks

Primary Grade Education ACE 2, 3; FTA 2, 3, Assistant Treasurer.

FREIDA LEDBETTER, B.S. Burlington

English and Social Studies President Wilson Hall 3; SGA 3; Women's Judiciary 3; Modern Dance Club 2.

JOHN WILLIAM LEE, A.B. New Bern

Business Administration and Social Studies

JOHANNA ELIZABETH LEEUWENBURG, B.S. Wilmington

Primary Grade Education BUCCANEER Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Counselor 2; Secretary West Garrett 4; ACE 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4.

DONALD YATES LEGGETT, B.S. Buies Creek

Physical Education and Social Studies ROTC 1, 2; PE Club 3, 4.

PATRICIA JEAN LEICHTER, A.B. Greenville

Business Administration

PATSY JUNE LEONARD, B.S. Louisburg

Primary Grade Educa CUSB 3, 4; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4.

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WILLIAM TERRY LESTER, B.S. Raeford

Physical Education and Social Studies

CHARLES BARFIELD LEWIS, B.S. Richlands

Social Studies and English AFROTC 1, 2; YDC 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4.

LOU TAYLOR LEWIS, B.S. Farmville

Business Education "Oklahoma" 1; FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Wesley Players 3, 4; Freshman Counselor 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4.

MILDRED ANN LEWIS, B.S. Hertford

Grammar Grade Education FTA 1, 2, 3.

ROBERT CONRAD LEWIS, JR., B.S. Greensboro

Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer, Umstead Hall 4.

VERNON MONROE LEWIS, A.B. Marshallberg

Business Administration and Social Studies FBLA 3, 4; APO 3, 4, Secretary 4.

ROBERT WILKINS LINDSAY, A.B. Newton Grove

Geography and Social Studies

PAUL RUDOLPH LINDSEY, B.S. Rocky Mount, Del.

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 1.

H. RICHARD LITTLE, A.B. Delaware Water Gap, Pa.

Geography and Science Delta Sigma Rho; Basketball 1.

FRANCES JEANETTE LONG, B.S. Longwood

Grammar Grade Education ACE 3, 4.

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JOSEPHINE ARDELIA LONG, B.S. New Bern

Home Economics Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, Council 3; George Washington University 1.

CHARLES RENFROW LOVE, A.B. Lucama

Social Studies and English

THOMAS WILDON LUCAS, B.S. Roseboro

Social Studies and English

WILLIAM ALVIN McADAMS, B.S. Greenville

Music Education Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Collegians 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Vice President 1.

GERALDINE McDANIEL, B.S. Fayetteville

English and Library Science BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; English Club 2, 4; Radio Club 3; Marshal 3; Social Committee of College Union Board 3, 4; EAST CARO- LINIAN 2; May Court 3.

JACQUELINE McDANIEL, B.S. Fayetteville

English and Social Studies Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1; English Club 1, 2, 4; Marshal 3; Alpha Phi Omega Sponsor 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; May Court 3; SGA Summer 3; TV and Radio 3, 4; SGA Production Committee 4.

CLARA SESSOMS McDONALD, B.S. Lumberton

Grammar Grade Education

JOYCE ELIZABETH McGOWEN, B.S. Willard

Grammar Grade Education

VERNON LEE McLEAN, B.S. Lumberton

Business Education Campbell 1, 2; FBLA 3, 4.

LENA KAY McLEMORE, B.S. Henderson

Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 3; FTA 3; YWCA 2, 3, Cabinet 2; Women's Chorus 3; Majorette 1, 2; Aquanymphs 3; Dorm Counselor 2; Cotten President- Summer 57; Garrett President 3; SGA and Women's Judiciary Summer 57.

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CHARLES DUNCAN McLEOD, B.S. Sanford

English and Social Studit Lees-McRae College 1.

CHARLES WATSON McNEILL, A.B. Sanford

Business Administration

HARRELL E. MABE, B.S. Prospect Hill

Business Education ROTC 2, 3, 4; Honorary Drill Team 3, 4; FBLA 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; YMCA 3, 4.

JAMES CHARLES MADISON, B.S. Jonesville

Science and Social Studies Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4.

MILTON THOMAS MANN, B.S. Sanford

Music Education Wesley Foundation Council 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; College Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Men's Varsity Glee Club 1, 2; Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4; "Brigadoon" 2; "Messiah" 1 , 2, 3, 4; Tenor Soloist 3; Chapel Organist 3.

NANCY JACKSON MANNING, B.S. Greenville

Business and English FBLA 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3; Pi Omega 3, 4.

GUS MIKE MANOS, A.B. Fayetteville

Business Administration and Geography Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; YMCA 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 1; FBLA 1, 2, 3; IRC 4; Circle K 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Board of Directors 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

JOSEPH V. MASON, B.S. Atlantic

Social Studies and Welfare

CAROLYN FAYE MASSENGILL, B.S. Smithfield

Music Education (Voice and Piano) College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; BSU 2; Music Chairman 3; Choir Director 4.

ANNA DICKENS MATTHEWS, B.S. Rocky Mount

Music Education College Choir 1, 2, 3; Music Education Club; IRC 2.

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ATLEE GLENN MATTHEWS, B.S. Nashville

Business Education Louisburg College.

JIMMY R. MATTHEWS, A.B. Castalia

Social Studies and Science Sigma Rho Phi.

GARY B. MATTOCKS, B.S. Southern Pines

Physical Education and Social Studies Duke 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; Sigma Rho Phi 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4; PE Club 3, 4.

ZILPHIA COMOLIA MAY, B.S. Hookerton

Primary Grade Education FTA 1; ACE 1, 2, 4; YWCA 3.

EMMETT ERNEST MAYES, JR., B.S. Raleigh

English and Social Studies Campbell 1, 2; Choir 2; FTA 2.

ROBERT TILLMAN MAYNARD, B.S. Cary

Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3; Varsity Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES.

NURTIA ALYCE MAYO, B.S. Greenville

Primary Grade Education YWCA 3, 4.

WALTER GUY MENDENHALL, B.S. Cary

Physical Education and Social Studies Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; PE Club 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2; Chairman of Decoration of Umstead, Homecoming.

EMMETT COLEMAN MERRICKS, JR., B.S. Reidsville

Mathematics and Science Band; Platoon Leaders Class.

ELIZABETH GREY MERRITT, A.B. Clinton

Business Administration BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; YWCA 3, 4; FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Tau 2, President 2, Vice President 1; Pineland College 1, 2.

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JOHN A. MESSICK, A.B. Greenville

Business Administration FBLA 1, 2; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2; Circle K 3, 4.

EARL LELAND MILLER, A.B. Wilmington

Social Studies end Geography Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4; YCC 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4.

JUNE CAROL MILLER, B.S. Kannapolis

English and Social Studies Catawba College 1; WRA 2; College Student Union Board 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; BUCCANEER Staff 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 3 and 4.

SYLVIA MALLARD MILLER, B.S. Trenton

Primary Education ACE 2.

MARTHA JEAN MILLIEAN, B.S. Roxboro

Primary Education

KENDALL DREW MILLS, A.B. Tabor City

Business Education and Social Studies

LOUIS GERALD MILLS, JR., A.B. Maysville

Geography and Business Gamma Theta Upsilon; YMCA.

ARMINTA MINSHEW, B.S. Goldsboro

Home Economics Home Economics Club.

GEORGE R. MINSHEW, B.S. Greenville

Social Studies and Welfare

JUANITA MINSHEW, B.S. Goldsboro

Home Economics Home Economics Club.

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JAMES PROSPER MINTZ, B.S. Freeland

Science and Science

DOROTHY ANN MITCHELL, B.S. Hillsboro

Primary Grade Education ACE 3, 4; FTA 4; YWCA 4; Fleming Dorm Homecoming Committee 4; Fleming Dorm Homecoming Committee 4; Fleming Dorm Vice President-Summer 1957; Women's Judiciary-Summer 1947.

JEAN EVELYN MITCHELL, B.S. Washington

English and Social Studies FTA 1; Creative Writers 1, 2; English Club 2, 4; CUSB 4; Marshal 4.

ROBERT EUGENE MITCHELL, A.B. Washington

Social Studies and English EC Concert and Marching Bands 1, 2, 3; YDC 3; YMCA 3; IRC 1; CSUB 3; Dance Band 1, 2, 3; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3.

SAM DOUGLAS MITCHELL, B.S. Greenville

English and Social Studies EC Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3; SGA 3, Produc- tions Committee 3; Wesley Foundation Council 3; English Club 3, 4.

THOMAS F. MIXON, B.S. Winston-Salem

Business and Social Studies

DOROTHY LILLIAN MIZELLE, B.S. Windsor

Primary Grade Education

BETTY HELEN MOBLEY, B.S. Williamston

Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 4; YWCA 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3; FTA 3, 4; Sophomore Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Women's Chorus 2, 3, 4.

RICHARD SHELTON MONDS, B.S. Dunn

Physical Education and Social Studies BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; PE Club 3, 4; YRC 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1.

EDWARD P. MONROE, JR., B.S. Woodridge, Va.

Science and Physical Education Transfer George Washington University and University of Virginia; SGA First Vice President 4; Chairman of Ring Committee 4; AFROTC 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council; Delta Sigma Rho 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4.

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ANNA WITHERS MONTGOMERY, A.B. Greenville

Business and Music College Choir Accompanist 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Sigma Alpha lota 3, 4; "Oklahoma" Accompanist 2; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

WILLARD MOODY, B.S. Deep Run

Industrial Arts Transfer North Carolina State; Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Delta Tau 3, 4; IA Club Secretary 3.

DORIS JEAN MOORE, B.S. Burlington

Mathematics and Social Studies Transfer Warren Wilson Junior 1, 2; YWCA 3; FTA 4.

FRANCES MOORE, B.S. Greenville

Primary Grade Education

HOWARD E. MOORE, A.B. Dunn

Business and Social Studies

PEGGY FORREST MOORE, B.S. Greenville

Social Studies and English Science Club 1, 2; Women's Chorus 1, 2.

JEAN ARMSTEAD MOOREFIELD, B.S. Richmond, Va.

English and Social Studies English Club 1, 2, 3; FTA 1, 3; FBLA 1; EAST CAROLINIAN 1; EC Choir 1.

WALTER W. MOOVE, A.B. Beaufort

Science and Science

JAMES CLAUDIS MORRIS, B.S. Rocky Mount

Physical Education and Social Studies PE Club 2, 3, 4; YDC 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Gamma Phi 3, 4; Tau Sigma 3, 4.

EMILY MARIAN MORRISON, B.S. Laurel Hill

Music and Music Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3, 4; EC Orchestra 1, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4, Historian- Reporter 4; "Messiah" 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Education 4.

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CHARLEY HARLON MOSLEY, A.B. Rocky Mount

Business Administration FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Nu; Alpha Phi Omega, Officer 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3; BSU 1, 2, 3; Intramural Softball; SGA 3, 4; Standing Committee 3, 4.

VAN GILBERT MOZINGO, B.S. Farmville

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club.

ROBERT GLENN MULDER, JR., B.S. Conway

English and Music Education Chowan College I, 2; BSU 3, 4; College Singers 3; YMCA 3, 4.

VIRGINIA KEEL MUMFORD, B.S. Robersonville

Home Economics

RACHEL MUSSELWHITE, B.S. Lumberton

Grammar Grade Education Campbell College 1, 2; ACE 3; BSU 3, 4.

PHIENA ELIZABETH NANCE, B.S. Chadbourn

Primary Grade Education FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, 3; Summer School President 3; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3. 4, Council 3; YWCA 1; ACE 4.

AUDREY FAYE NEAL, B.S. Belews Creek

Physical Education and Social Studies PE Club 2, 3, 4 ; WRA 1, 2; IRC 1.

MARY NEALE, B.S. Wilmington

Primary Grade Education Science Club 1; Art Club 3; ACE 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4.

JOHN A. NEILSON, JR., A.B. Raleigh

English and Psychology Varsity Glee Club 1; Choir 1; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; YMCA 4; SGA Representative 3.

THOMAS CARVEL NICHOLS, B.S. Leaksville

Physical Education and Social Studies PE Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4.

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HOWARD WADE NIXON, A.B. Manteo

Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi; Baseball 3, 4; ROTC; Advanced Offic 3, President 4.

WILLIAM THOMAS NOBLES, B.S. Winterville

Business Education and Social Studies Veterans Club 1; FBLA 3.

TERRANCE R. NORMAN, B.S. Morehead City

Grammar Grade Education YMCA; Sigma Pi Phi.

FRANCIS WHITFIELD OAKES, JR., A.B. Greenville

Geography and Social Studies

BARBARA SUE OLDHAM, B.S. Sanford

Library Science and English Library Club 3, 4; Math Club 3; English Club 4; FTA 4; YWCA 3; BSU 3; Meredith 1, Campbell 2.

EUGENE FRANKLIN OLIVE, B.S. Raleigh

Advanced Officers Club ROTC, Secretary 3, Vice President 4.

JOHN T. O'NEAL, B.S. Washington

Mathematics and English Transfer from Duke

SALLY ANN OTTAWAY, B.S. Wilmington

Science and Science Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3; Marching Band 1, 2; Concert Band 1; FTA 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YRC 4.

JAMES RAY OVERTON, A.B. Winterville

Chemistry Science Club 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4, Vice President 4.

FRANCES WAYNN OWEN, B.S. Angier

English and Social Studies FTA 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club

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THOMAS S. OWENS, B.S. Elizabeth City

Business Education and Social Studies FBLA 4.

ALFRED EZRA PAGE, JR., B.S. Fairmont

Science and Social Studies YDC 4.

CHARLES THOMAS PARKER, A.B. Clinton

Business Administration Delta Sigma Rho; Secretary Second Session Summer School 57.

CONETOE PAIGE PARKER, A.B. Kinston

Business Administration YWCA 1, 3; FBLA 2, 3.

JOHN RANDOLPH PARKER, JR., B.S. Kinston

Science AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Glee Club 1.

NELLIE FAYE PARKER, B.S. Albertson

Business Education and English WRA 1; Aquanymphs 1; YWCA 3; FBLA 4.

JAMES E. PARKIN, B.S. Beaufort

Physical Education and Social Studies Basketball 1; Baseball 2; Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; SGA 3; YRC 1, 2.

TROY WENDELL PATE, JR., B.S Goldsboro

Physical Education and Math University of North Carolina 1, 2.

ROBERT ALEXANDER PATTERSON, B.S. Rocky Mount

Science and Physical Education SGA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Assistant Treasurer 2, 3, Budget Committee Secretary 2, 3, Chairman 4, Executive Council 4; SGA Treasurer Summer School 3; NSC 4; NCSA 3; Circle K 2, 3, 4; Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4; YMCA 3; PE Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

ELIZABETH FAYE PEARCE, B.S. Zebulon

Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 4; YWCA 3; FTA 1.

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JOSEPH ROMUS PEARCE, B.S. Raleigh

Business Education and Social Studies YMCA 2, 3, 4; "Y" Cabinet 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4; Summer School SGA Treasurer 3; Circle K 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.

ROBERT H. PEARSALL, B.S. Snow Hill

Social Studies and English Guilford 1; Veterans Club 2, 3; IRC 3; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Corresponding Secretary 4.

KATY ANN PEELE, B.S. Aulander

Primary Grade Education YWCA 1; Sophomore Counselor 2; ACE 3; Sweetheart for Garrett 3; Garrett House Committee 4; FTA 4.

CONSTANCE ELAINE PEGRAM, B.S. Rocky Mount

English and Social Studies Mars Hill College 1, 2; FTA 3, 4.

EVELYN BRADSHAW PENNEY, B.S. Beulaville

Business Education WCUNC Transfer 1, 2; FBLA 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 4.

JAMES EDWIN PHELPS, JR., A.B. Greenville

Business Administration and Social Studies Freshman Class Vice President; Sophomore Class President; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, President 3; FBLA 1, 2; IFC 4; SGA 1 , 2, 3, 4, President 4; NSC 4; State Student Legislature 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BETTY GEORGE PHILLIPS, B.S. Warsaw

Primary Grade Education ACE 4; Cheerleader 3, 4, Assistant Chief 4; Homecoming Sponsor 2, 4; Aquatic Queen 1; Women's Chorus 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS

ELEANOR LAURA PIERCE, B.S. Mt. Gilead

English and Social Studies English Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

EARL T. PILGRIM, B.S. Greenville

Business Administration and Social Studies

KATHRYN RAPER PITTMAN, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Grade Education

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LINWOOD DARRYL PITTMAN, B.S. Rocky Mount

Music College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Orchestra 2, 3, President 4; SGA 4; Music Education Club Vice President 3; Alumni Secretary 4; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; "Oklahoma" 2; "Connecticut Yankee" 3; Productions Chairman 4; Collegians 4; Rey- nolds-James Band 3.

JAMES ARTHUR PIVER, JR., B.S. Greenville

Music Band 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 2, 3, 4; Collegians 2, 3, 4.

JAMES CARROLL PLEASANT, B.S. Greenville

Math and Science Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4, President 4; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; SGA 4;

ANN ELIZABETH PLEASANTS, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Grade Education Campbell Junior College 1, 2; May Court 2; College Choir 2; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; BUCCANEER Reporter 4; Garrett House Committee 4.

HELEN ROSE PRESSLEY, B.S. Carthage

Home Economics Women's College 1; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4.

DENNIS RAY PRICE, B.S. Faison

Music College Choir 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 4; King Youth Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Men's Glee Club I.

GAYRA LUCILLE PRICE, B.S. Seven Springs

Primary Grade Education WRA 1; FTA 2, 4; ACE 4; Women's Chorus 2, 3, 4; YWCA 4.

MARGIE ELLEN PRICE, B.S. Selma

Home Economics Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Phi Omicron 3, 4, President 4; BUCCANNEER Staff 2, 3; YWCA 3; SHA 4.

NORMAN ERNEST PRIDGEN, JR., B.S. Wilson

Industrial Arts Sigma Rho Phi 3, 4; Lutheran Student Association 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3, 4.

RODGER ELBERT PRITCHARD, B.S. Ahoskie

Math and Social Studies Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Historian 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

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VOIGHT VERNE PRITCHARD, B.S. Kelford

Business Education Kappa Sigma Nu.

HERBERT FRANCIS PRYTHERCH, B.S. Beaufort

Social Studies and Welfare Transfer from ASTC; FBLA 1; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

LEONARD THURSTON PULLEY, A.B. Pleasant Hill

Business Administration and Social Studies Chowan College 1, 2; FBLA 3, 4; Veterans Club 3; YDC 3; Wesley Foundation 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.

JOAN RAMSEUR, B.S. Winnabow

Business Education FBLA 1; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4.

PAUL H. RASBERRY, B.S. Greenville

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 1, 2.

MARION EUGENE RATLIFF, A.B. Morven

Geography and Social Studies APO; EPO; Gamma Theta Upsilon; College Union Committee; Young Democrats Club.

ROBERT ALLEN RAYNOR, B.S. Kenly

Physical Education and Math Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; AFROTC 1, 2; PE Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4.

OUIDA LEE REAVES, A.B. Hamlet

Chemistry Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4, Secretary 4; IRC 4; YWCA 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4.

BUCKY REEP, B.S. Morganton

Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Varsity Club 4; Professional PE Club.

JANETTE CLARE REGAN, B.S. Oxford

Primary Education ACE 3, 4; FTA 3, 4 ; YWCA 3, 4; Sophomore Counselor for Cotten 2; Cotten House Committee 1.

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HARMON ELLIS REGISTER, JR., B.S. Warsaw

Physical Education and Science

WILLIAM POWELL REGISTER, B.S. Goldsboro

English and Speech

STELLA PATRICIA REYNOLDS, B.S. Wilmington

English and Social Studies Wilmington College 1, 2; Unitarian Fellowship.

CHARLES ALEXANDER RHODES, B.S. Lowell

Business Education and Social Studies

GEORGE H. RHODES, A.B. New Bern

Chemistry

MARVIN MALCOLM RHODES, B.S. Jacksonville

Wilmington

Science Phi Sigma Pi.

RAYBURN RHODES, B.S. Pink Hill

Social Studies and English Young Democrats' Club 2; IRC 2.

STACY V. RHODES, A.B., B.S. Richlands

Business Administration and History FBLA 2, 3; Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4.

ELIZABETH DEAN RICHARDSON, B.S. Wendell

Business Education and English FBLA 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2.

DON L. RICKETTS, A.B. Portsmouth, Va.

Business Administration and Social Studies Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2.

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RICHARD ELMO RIDDICK, B.S. Hobbsville

Social Studies and Welfare YMCA 4.

THELMA CAROLE ROBBINS, A.B. Ahoskie

Spanish and English Homecoming Sponsor 3; ECC Playhouse 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Student Government Association 4; Dean's Advisory Council 4.

RAYMOND AMLEK ROBERTSON, B.S. Williamston

Business Education and Social Studies Swimming Team 2; Tennis Team 1; Marching Band 1, 2; Concert Band 1, 2.

BILLY RAY ROBINETTE, A.B. Kannapolis

Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4.

JOYCE VINSON ROBINSON, B.S. Swansboro

Primary YWCA 1, 2, 3; ACE 1, 2, 3; FTA 2.

HAROLD SUGGS ROGERS, A.B. Clarkton

NANCY LOUISE ROGERS, B.S. Wilson

Grammar Grade Education YWCA 1; ACE 1; WRA 1, 2; Sophomore Counselor 2; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; College Union Board 3, 4.

DALLAS S. ROLLINS, B.S. Monroe

Physical Education and Social Studies Wingate College 1, 2; Baseball; PE Club.

RUBY BLAIR ROPER, B.S. Hampton, Virginia

Primary Education Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2; House Committee 1, 2; ECC Playhouse 1, 2, 3; FTA 3, 4; BUCCANEER 3, 4; ACE 4; College Union Board 3, 4.

WILLIAM FRANKLIN RORIE, A.B. Durham

English and Social Studies Westminster Fellowship 1, 2; Tau Sigma 3, 4, Vice President 4.

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A. J. ROSE, B.S. Nashville

Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1; YMCA 1.

ALTON GLENN ROSS, A.B.. Greenville

Chemistry Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; YDC 3.

JANET MARIE ROSS, B.S. Williamston

FTA 3, 4; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity 3, 4; Sophomore Counselor; YWCA 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3; Band 1; Kappa Delta Pi 4.

YVONNE C. ROUGHTON, B.S. Elizabeth City

Business Education

DORINE ROUSE, B.S. Seven Springs

Math and English Women's Chorus 1, 2; BUCCANEER 3, 4; YWCA 4.

HARRELL H. RUFFIN, B.S. Ahoskie

Social Studies and Public Welfare YMCA 4; Kappa Sigma Nu, Chaplain 4.

ROBERTA ANN RUSHER, B.S. Wilmington

Grammar Education Wilmington College 1, 2; ACE 3, 4; BSU 3, 4.

CHARLES EUGENE RUSSELL, B.S. Carthage

Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; PE Club 4.

RALPH SALEEBY, A.B. Wilson

Science

BRYAN JEROME SALTER, B.S. Atlantic

Science and Math

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EDWIN BAXTER SAVAGE, A.B. Rocky Mount

Business Administration Football.

LINDSAY STUART SAVAGE, B.S. Greenville

Physical Education and Science

PEGGY LAVERNE SAVAGE, B.S. Greenville

Primary Education Women's Chorus 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 4; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 4; Tau Sigma 2, 3, 4; SGA 4; Women's Judiciary 4; House President 4.

ARLENE MARGARET SCHWAB, B.S. Portsmouth, Va.

Business Education Radford College 1; BUCCANEER 3, 4; FBLA 2, 3, 4; College Student Union Board 4; YWCA 2; Newman Club 4.

JAMES H. SCOTT, B.S. New Bern

Business Education and History Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4.

NORMAN T. SEARS, B.S. Durham

Physical Education and Social Studies Transferred from Asheville-Biltmore Junior College, University of Rich- mond, and Newberry College; IFC; PE Club; Veterans Club; Delta Sigma Rho, Chaplain; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2.

ROBERT WILSON SESSOMS, B.S. Lumberton

Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4, Secretary 4.

JOSEPH ERNEST SEXTON, B.S.

Business Education and Social Studies BSU; FBLA.

MARY ELIZABETH SEXTON, B.S. Tarboro

English and Social Studies

WILLIAM MONROE SEXTON, B.S. Rocky Mount

Music Education ECC Choir 3, 4; ECC Concert Band 4; ECC Marching Band 4; ECC Playhouse.

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JOHN WALLACE SHAW, B.S. Raleigh

Industrial Arts EC Playhouse 1, 2, 3; Elon College Summer School; Industrial Arts Club 4.

LINDA JOYCE SHAW, B.S. Durham

Primary Grade Education ACE 3, 4.

MARCIA MILNE SHAW, B.S. Raleigh

Primary Grade Education President Women's Hall 1; Women's Judiciary 1; SGA 1; EC Playhouse 1, 2, 3; Elon College Summer School 4; BSU 4; American Childhood Education 4.

BETSY JEAN SHEARIN, B.S. Vaughan

Grammar Grade Education FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.

FRED ANTHONY SHEHDAN, B.S. Raleigh

Music Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Collegians1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Warden 3, 4; Publicity Manager Orchestra 3.

MILTON BRUCE SHELLEY, B.S. Mullins, S. C.

Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 4; Intramural Basketball 4.

JAMES F. SHINE, JR., B.S. Rocky Mount

Physical Education and Social Studies YDC 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4; Acq. Club 1; Industrial Arts Club 1; AFROTC 1; NCA for Health and Physical Education and Rec. 3, 4.

ROYCE GORDON SHINGLETON, B.S. Stantonsburg

Social Studies and English YDC 3; Phi Gamma Pi 3, 4; IFC 4.

RALPH BAXTER SHUMAKER, JR., B.S. Greer, S.C.

Music Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; AFROTC 1, 2; DAC 3; SGA 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Collegians 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Chairman Productions 3; "Briga- doon"; Dreamers 2; "Oklahoma"; "Connecticut Yankee"; Wesley Founda- tion Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

ROY B. SHUTT, B.S. Cycle

Social Studies and Welfare

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NORMA JEAN SILER, A.B. Siler City

Social Welfare and French Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Counselor 2; Vice President of W. Garrett 3, 4; BUCCANEER 2; CU 2, 3, 4, Social Committee Chair- man 3; Dean's List; Parlor Hostess 2, 3.

JONQUELYN RYAN SIMPSON, B.S. Greenville

Primary Grade Education Secretary Freshman Class; May Court Attendant 1; EAST CAROLINIAN 1, 2, 3; ACE 2, 3, Secretary 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; Disciple Student Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day Committee 1; Freshman, Sophomore, Senior Dance Committee 1; Marshal 3; Pitt Co. Alumni Scholarship 1; IRC 2; Comm "100" 3.

PAUL L. SINGLETON, B.S. Plymouth

Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; IRC 1, 2, Vice President 3; Circle K 1, 2, 3, President 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3; APO 1, 2, 3; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Colonel 4; FBLA 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

CHARLES M. SIOUSSAT, A.B. Elizabeth City

Geography and Science Circle K 2, 3, 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 2, 3, 4; SGA 3, 4; Dean's Advisory Council 3; President Slay Hall 3; Men's Judiciary 3, Chairman 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

JAMES BLOUNT SLACK, A.B. Pinetown

Science and Geography ROTC 1, 2; YDC 3; BSU 1.

MATTIE JEAN SLAUGHTER, B.S. Blanch

Home Economics EAST CAROLINIAN Representative for Home Ec Club 4; BSU 4; Campbell College 1, 2; Home Ec Club 3, 4.

E. LOUISE SMAW, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Grade Education

CHARLES WOODROW SMITH, A.B. Fairmont

Business Adminstration Football 1, 2, 3, 4; American Institute of Management.

DWIGHT LEWIS SMITH, B.S. Fuquay-Varina

Grammar Grade Education FTA 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2; Tau Sigma 3, 4; BUCCANEER 1, 2, 3, 4, Organizations Editor 3, College Union, Radio and TV Editor 4; Science Club 1, 2; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2; NSYA Delegate to New York 2; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4.

EDITH CAROL SMITH, B.S. Tarboro

Primary Grade Education

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ELAINE SMITH, B.S. Deep Run

Grammar Grade Education Marshal 3; FWBSF 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; ACE 3; FTA, Vice President 3, 4; IRC, Secretary 4; Jarvis Hall House Committee 3; YDC 3, 4; YWCA 4.

GEORGE C. SMITH, JR., B.S. Greensboro

Social Studies and Welfare YDC 2, 3; IRC 1; Playhouse 2, 3.

HUBERT TRACEY SMITH, B.S. Elizabethtown

Social Studies and Welfare

JAMES A. SMITH, B.S. Morehead City

Science and Science

JAMES ENOCH SMITH, III, A.B. Washington

Business and Social Studies

JANE ANDREWS SMITH, B.S. Mt. Olive

English and Library Science

MARIAN GRAY SMITH, B.S. Deep Run

Grammar Grade Education Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3; MIA 2, 3, 4; FTA Treasurer 3, 4; YDC 3; Science Club 1.

ROBERT BROOKS SMITH, B.S. Elizabethtown

Social Studies and Weifare

ROBERT THOMAS SMITH, B.S. Winton

Science and Science Science Club 3, 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer's Club 3, 4; YMCA 4.

RUBE WADDELL SOLOMON, B.S. Greensboro

Social Studies and Welfare Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.

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NANCY HAYDEN SPAIN, B.S. Manson

English and Library Science Women's Chorus 1, 2; YWCA 2; FTA 2; Library Club 3, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Secretary 4.

JO ANN SPARKS, B.S. Ahoskie

Music Education ECC Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; College Singers 1, 2; Sigma Alpha lota 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; Musicals.

WILLIAM PAYNE SPEIGHT, B.S. Roanoke Rapids

Music Education Aquatics Club 1; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; ECC Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Major AFROTC Band and ECC Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; ECC Orchestra; Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Bugle Corps 1, 2, 3; ECC Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Alumni Secretary 3; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

ANNE BLY SPELLER, B.S. Windsor

Primary Grade Education

JOSEPHINE LOUISE SPENCER, B.S. Bayboro

Business Education Campbell College 1, 2; FBLA 1, 2.

MARGARET FAYE SPIVEY, B.S. Tabor City

Grammar Grade Education

HENRY MEACHAM STANLEY, B.S. Kinston

Business Education and Social Studies EPO 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3.

LINDA McLAWHORN STANCILL, B.S. Greenville

English and Social Studies

ELDRIDGE LONNIE STARLING, B.S. Fayetteville

Physical Education and Social Studies

JOSEPH W. STELL, III, B.S. Greenville

Art and English Varsity Men's Glee Club 1, Vice President 1; ECC Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Manager 2, Manager 3, 4; Concert Marching Bands 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Historian 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; SGA Productions 2, 4; SGA Musicals 2, 3; Wesley Players 3, 4, Vice President 4; Wesley Foundation Council 4.

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MILDRED JANE STEPHENS, B.S. Whiteville

Primary Grade Education FTA 3.

ELEANOR ANN STEPHENSON, B.S. Garysburg

Home Economics YWCA I; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

JERRY LEON STEWART, B.S. Durham

Science and Physical Education Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

RUTH WHITFORD STOKES, B.S. Greenville

Primary Grade Education YWCA 1.

CHARLOTTE GRACE STRICKLAND, B.S. Smithfield

Primary Grade Education BUCCANEER Staff 1, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 4; FTA 2; YDC 3; ACE 3.

THELMA STRICKLAND, B.S. Cerro Gordo

Science and Science Meredith College 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4.

PATRICIA MUMFORD STROUD, A.B. Kinston

Chemistry Chi beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Alpha 3, 4; Library club 2; Science Club 1.

BARBARA ANN SUGG, B.S. Snow Hill

Home Economics Home Ec Club 3, 4.

FRANCES TAYLOR SUGG, B.S. LaGrange

Business Education YWCA; FBLA; Meredith College 1.

BETTY JO SUMRELL, B.S. Ayden

Grammar Grade Education

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RITA KATHRYN SURLES, B.S. Angier

Business Education and English Campbell College 1, 2; FTA 3; FBLA 4.

GENE MITCHEL SUTTON, B.S. Greenville

Science and Mathematics

EARL SWINSON, B.S. Greenville

Business Education and Social Studies

LOIS CATHERINE SYKES, B.S. Wallace

Home Economics

RONALD GRAY SYKES, A.B. Rocky Mount

Geography and Social Studies Gamma Theta Upsilon 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.

JAMES W. TADLOCK, A.B. Rockingham

Mathematics and Science

BARBARA ANN TAYLOR, B.S. Nashville

Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; YWCA 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3; FTA 1.

NANCY SCOTT TAYLOR, B.S. Trenton

Business Education and English

WILBUR MURLE TEACHEY, A.B. Wilmington

Business Education and Social Studies AFROTC 1, 2; ROTC Club President 2; IFC 4; Circle K 2, 3, 4; Board of Directors 3; YDC 2, 3; Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, President 4.

JOE EUGENE TERRELL, B.S. Waynesville

Business Education and Social Studies

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SENIORS

SUZZANNE JENKINS TERRY, B.S. Rockingham

English and Social Studies Majorette 1, 2; Marshal 3; Concert Band 1, 2.

HELEN JEAN TEW, B.S. Roseboro

Primary Grade Education

BETTY ANN THOMAS, B.S. Sanford

Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2; Home Ec Club 1, 2; CUSB; FTA; Homecoming Court 2, 3; Miss Summer School 1957.

FRANKLIN JAMES THOMAS, B.S. Carthage

English and Social Studies Unitarian Fellowship 2, 3, 4; IRC 2, 3.

FRANCES STROUD THOMPSON, B.S. Pink Hill

Primary Grade Education

NINA THOMPSON, B.S. Pembroke

Grammar Grade Education

OLIVIA STEED THOMPSON, B.S. Richlands

Science and Mathematics Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Aquanymphs 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA I, 2, 3, 4; Playhouse I; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- CAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

MARJORIE ANN TINGEN, B.S. Apex

Grammar Grade Education YWCA 1 ; FTA 2; ACE 3, 4; Women's Chorus 3, 4.

MAXINE KEEL TINGLE, B.S. Alliance

Home Economics Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Omicron 3, 4.

RUTH LOIS TUCKER, B.S. Grimesland

Primary Grade Education Art Club 3, 4; YWCA 3; Delegate to Art Festival, WCUNC 3; Jarvis Homecoming Committee 3.

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RUTH TURNAGE, B.S. Black Creek

Home Economics Jarvis Hall President 2, 3; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Women's Judiciary 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; SGA 2, 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

KARL EDWARD TURNER, B.S. Greenville

Social Studies and English

PEARL MAE TYNDALL, B.S. Kinston

Grammar Grade Education ACE I, 2, 3; YWCA I, 2, 3; Women's Chorus 1; YDC 3.

ROY JENNINGS TYSON, A.B. Godwin

Business Administration and Social Studies FBLA; YDC.

MARTHA ELIZABETH UNDERHILL, B.S. Selma

Science and Science Science Club 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, 4.

PHEREBA ELIZABETH UZZLE, B.S. Wilsons Mills

Primary Grade Education ACE 2, 3, 4: WRA 1; YWCA 2, 3; BUCCANEER Staff 3, 4.

WILFRED HALE VANCE, A.B. Raleigh

Geography and English

WILLIAM NATHAN VESTAL, JR., B.S. Bonlee

Physical Education and Social Studies Sigma Rho Phi 3, 4; PE Club 2, 3; YMCA 2, 3.

JESSE W. VICK, B.S. Conway

Physical Education and Science EAST CAROLINIAN 2; AFROTC 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2, President 2; NCHPERA 2, 3, 4.

GEORGE EDWARD VIOLA, A.B. Kannapolis

Science and Science Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 4.

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RAEFORD WILLIE WALKER, B.S. Leaksville

Physical Education and Social Studies Wingate Junior College- Transfer.

W. IRMA WALKER, B.S. Gibsonville

Social Studies and English YWCA 2, 3, 4.

LINYEAR MAYO WALLACE, JR., B.S. Washington

Business Education and Social Studies Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; FBLA 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3; YDC 2, 3; College Directory 4.

EVELYN H. WALSTON, A.B. Snow Hill

Art and Business Administration

MARY PATRICIA WALTERS, B.S. Pine Level

Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

BENJAMIN LEE WARD, JR., B.S. Battleboro

Business Education and History

PENELOPE FREEMAN WARE, B.S. Williamston

Art and English YWCA 1; Art Club 2, 3, 4.

WALTER ATKINSON WARREN, A.B. Hampstead

Social Studies and English Wilmington College 1; YDC 2.

ELOISE ROSELYN WATERS, B.S. Winterville

Home Economics Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

BENNIE W. WATERS, JR., B.S. Washington

English and Social Studies Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; ECC Playhouse 3, 4; Treasurer of Slay 2.

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WADE HAMPTON WATERS, JR., A.B. Washington

Business Administration

JESSE R. WATTS, B.S. Cary

Social Studies and Physical Education

LARRY GRAHAM WAYNE, A.B. New Bern

Business Administration

KENNETH RAND WEST, B.S. Wilson

English and Social Studies ECC Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; YDC 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Nu 3, 4; English Club 1; BSU.

RICHARD DONALD WESTBROOK, A.B. Mebane

Business Administration and Social Studies Elon College-Transfer; Veterans Club 1; SGA (Summer School); Phi Gamma Pi, Business Manager 3, Secretary 4 ; President Umstead Hall (Summer School).

DAVID EARL WHEELER, B.S. Scotland Neck

Art and English Art Club 3, 4, President 4.

HENRY M. WHEELER, B.S. Walstonburg

Industrial Arts

HERBERT WALTON WHELESS, B.S. Spring Hope

Business Education

BETTY POPE WHITAKER, B.S. Fayetteville

Grammar Grade Education

CHARLEY ALEXANDER WHITE

Geography and Social Studie Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4. Warden 2, 3, Presiden Transferred from Citadel.

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ERNEST L. WHITE, JR., B.S. Edenton

Business Education and Social Studies Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Men's Chorus 1; FBLA 4.

BARBARA ANNE WHITEHURST, B.S. Bethel

Primary Education Secretary Junior Class; ACE 2, 3; Women's Chorus 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 4; YDC 3, 4, Secretary 4; Election's Committee 3; ECC Playhouse 3, YWCA 2, 4.

MAX RICHARD WHITESELL, A.B. Pinehurst

Business Administration

SHELBY DEAN WICKER, B.S. Sanford

Science Science Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; BUCCANEER 2.

JESSE LEE WIGGINS, A.B. Richlands

Social Studies and Welfare

JOSEPH H. WIGGINS, B.S. Suffolk, Va.

Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi; Handbook Committee.

JACKIE WILKINS, B.S. Lumberton

Science and Mathematics AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; AFROTC Basic Club 1, 2; AFROTC Advanced Club 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 4; YMCA 1, 2.

J. OLIVER WILLIAMS, B.S. Rocky Mount

Business Education and Social Studies BUCCANEER 4, Copy Editor 4; EAST CAROLINIAN 2, 3, Managing Editor 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; National Student Representative 3, 4; Delegate to National Convention 3; FBLA 1, 2; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4, Reporter 4; Pi Omega Pi National Yearbook Editor 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

MAXVILLE B. WILLIAMS, B.S. Enfield

Social Studies and English APO 3, 4, Officer 3, 4; Member of Creative Writers 3.

TED L. WILLIAMS, B.S. Wilmington

Business Education and Social Studies

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BETTY JEAN WILLIAMSON, B.S. Evergreen

English and Library Science English Club 1, 2; Library Science Club 3.

ISAAC K. WILLIAMSON, B.S. Princeton

Business Education and English BUCCANEER 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 2, Co-Editor 3, Editor 4; NSYA Delegate to New York 2, 3, 4; SGA 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4; Publications Board 3, 4; Dean's Advisory Council 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Delegate to National Convention in Chicago 3; Circle K 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

GERALD WORTH WILLIS, B.S. Morehead City

Business Education and Social Studies Sigma Rho Phi; YDC.

NORA LEE WILLIS, A.B. Boydton, Virginia

Art and Psychology Art Club, President 3; Playhouse 3; EAST CAROLINIAN Photographer 3; Secretary Wilson Hall 3.

BETSY T. WILLSON, B.S. Roxboro

Home Economics SGA 3; YWCA Cabinet 3; YWCA 4; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Omicron 3, 4, President 3; Sophomore Counselor 2; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BARBARA ELLA WINDLEY, B.S. Pinetown

Social Studies and Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota 1, 2, 3, Officer 3; Women's Chorus 2, 3; Sophomore Counselor 2; ROTC Sponsor 1; Homecoming Sponsor 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4.

BURWELL R. WINSLOW, B.S. Belvidere

Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club.

BETTY JO WINSTEAD, B.S. Spring Hope

Primary Grade Education

TERRENCE LEE WITHERINGTON, B.S. Vanceboro

Mathematics and Science

GLENN C. WOODARD, JR., B.S. Oriental

Geography and Business Education BUCCANEER 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 2, 3; YMCA 2, 3; Gamma Theta Upsilon 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4.

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SENIORS 1958

JIMMY LOROY WOODALL, B.S. Selma

Science and Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

ROBERT THEODORE WOODLIEF, B.S. Henderson

Mathematics and Social Studies

DAN KENNETH WOOTEN, B.S. Greenville

Social Studies and Welfare YDC 3, 4; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3.

LILLIAN CAROLYN WOOTEN, B.S. Hookerton

Grammar Grade Education FTA 1.

PATSY BROWN WOOTEN, B.S. Chadbourn

Primary Grade Education YWCA 1; Modern Dance 1, 2; BUCCANEER 3; ACE 3; Summer School Judiciary 2; House Committee 2.

WAYNE RANKIN WORKMAN, A.B. Mebane

Business Administration and Social Studies Elon 1; Golf 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3.

CHARLES M. WORTHINGTON, A.B. Princeton

Social Studies and Welfare

SAM O. WORTHINGTON, JR., B.S. Greenville

Social Studies and English

ELBERT C. YARBOROUGH, B.S. Broadway

Business Education and Social Studies

JO ANN YARBOROUGH, B.S. Sanford

Grammar Grade Education Louisburg College 1, 2; YWCA 3, 4; FTA 4; ACE 4.

CHARLES BOYD YATES, A.B. Hamlet

Business Administration and Social Studies

NAN AVERETTE YOUMAN, B.S. Oxford

Social Studies and Welfare YDC 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4 ; BUCCANEER 1, 2, 3, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4, Secretary 4; FBLA 1, 2.

MONA JANE YOUNG, B.S. Selma

Primary Grade Education Alabama Polytechnic Institute 1; ACE 2, 3, 4; YDC 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4.

PINKNEY B. YOUNG Washington

Pre-Dental Sigma Rho Phi.

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JUNIORS

nineteen hundred and fifty-eight

We really knew the ropes this year . . . which instructors require term papers, how to avoid those long lines, and how to get a class excused.

Yes, upperclassmen personified ... and then those rings arrived. Soon the Junior-Senior Dance was here, and we knew that after this we would be emerging as seniors.

That list of required courses was almost behind, and we started concentrating on individual goals. All of this, and we waited for that final year.

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PRESIDENT Coy Harris

VICE PRESIDENT Jay Robbins

SECRETARY Martha Hammond

TREASURER Peggy Kepley

S. G. A. REPRESENTATIVE Mary Lou Wyrick

JUNIORS

nineteen hundred and fifty- eight

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MAMIE ABBOTT Kinston

BOBBY M. ABERCROMBIE Mt. Holly

CARLTON JAY ADAMS Greenville

CHARLES H. ADAMS Cary

CURTIS FRANKLIN ADAMS Angier

SARA ELIZABETH ADAMS Greenville

WILLIAM CULBRETH ADAMS Faison

FREDERICK D. ADCOCK Durham

WILLIAM HUGH AGEE Petersburg, VA.

WILLIAM DALE ALDRIDGE Elkin

JOSEPH B. ALFORD, JR. Kenly

ROBERT WILFRID ALFORD Tarboro

JAY LLOYD ALLEN Four Oaks

PATRICIA B. ALLMAN Zebulon

NANCY EVELYN ALPHIN Mt. Olive

WILLIAM GORDON ALTMAN Greenville

NORMAN W. ANDERSON Rockingham

EDWARD THOMAS ANDREWS Robersonville

MARVIN LEE ANDREWS Farmville

MARYLEE ANGUS Lancaster, Pa.

SARA MARGARET ASBELL Tyner

SHELVA JEAN ASWELL Four Oaks

CHARLES LEE ATKINSON New Bern

CAROLYN AYCOCK Pantego

BEN LARRY BAKER Zebulon

JACK LEE BAKER Badin

PATSY ANN BAKER Greenville

ROSALIE BANKS Grantsboro

ROBERT BREEN BARBOUR Willow Springs

JAMES E. BAREFOOT Dunn

ESTHER MARIE BARNETT Pantego

LYNN MORRIS BARNETT Alexandria, Va.

JAMES W. BATCHELOR Richlands

MARGARET ANN BATCHELOR Rocky Mount

BUREN T. BATSON Greenville

WILLIAM MORRIS BATTS, JR. Rocky Mount

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NELLIE RUTH BAUCOM Monroe

GEORGE ROBINSON BAYNES Summerfield

HOWARD M. BEALE, JR. Portsmouth, Va.

RICHARD WATKINS BEASLEY Oxford

SYLVIA MAE BEASLEY Raleigh

RALPH NEAL BECTON Goldsboro

LACY MOORE BELL, JR. Currie

WILLIAM E. BELLAMY Rockingham

JOE BENFIELD Morganton

RICHARD ALLEN BENFIELD Newton

ARCHIE HOWELL BENNETT Bellarthur

ANN GRISSOM BENTON Chadbourn

BRIGHT DAVIS BENTON Monroe

ALEXANDER MACK BERRYHILL Charlotte

JOHN C. BIRMINGHAM, JR. Wilmington

SHELBY JEAN BIZZELL Snow Hill

CARIETTA BLADES Elizabeth City

CHARLIE DURWOOD BLAND Greenville

VIRGIL EARL BLAND Greenville

VIRGINIA CAROLINE BLANFORD New Bern

SANDRA JEAN BOONE Burlington

FLOYD CLINTON BOWEN Belhaven

NORMA ALLEN BOWEN Pinetown

WILLIAM H. BOWEN Pinetown

ELIZABETH ANN BOWMAN Liberty

HILDA SUE BOWMAN Germanton

BARBARA J. BOYD Lenoir

CHARLES FULLER BOYD Greenville

HALLET EDWARD BOYD Pinetown

PURVIS ELTON BOYETTE Pinetown

CAROLYN MURIEL BRADLEY Fuquay Springs

PATRICIA BRADSHAW Kinston

ANN LOUISE BREWER Greenville

ELVIN R. BREWER Greenville

BETTY FRANCES BRIGGS Reidsville

BARBARA CAROLYN BRILEY Polkton

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WILLIAM DAVID BRILEY Greenville

ALYCE RAE BRITT Fairmont

BETTIE BONNER BRITT Washington

DAVID W. BRITT Dublin

ANNE PAGE BROOKS Roxboro

WILLIAM HENRY BROOKS, JR. Rocky Mt.

CECIL BENNETT BROWN Rose Hill

CLYDE R. BROWN Goldsboro

EUGENE MOSELEY BROWN Greenville

LAWRENCE ATWOOD BROWN Kinston

ROBERT EUGENE BROWN Wilmington

RUDOLPH CLARENCE BROWN Lillington

SHIRLEY BEST BUCHAN Henderson

CHARLES R. BUCK Greenville

PATRICIA LYNN BUFFALOE Raleigh

ALFRED BRADSHAW BULLA, JR. Asheboro

BABARA JEAN BULLOCK Everetts

DENNIS RUDOLPH BULLOCK Greenville

MATTIE JANE BULLOCK Stokes

DAPHNE JEAN BUNN Zebulon

SANDRA BUNN Zebulon

DEMPSEY DENNIS BURGESS Shiloh

FRANK BUSH Jacksonville

JOHN HERBERT BUTLER Peterburg, Va.

ROY JACKSON BUTNER Havelock

JOHNNY STEWART BYRD Mamers

JERRY BRINKLEY CAHOON Manteo

NANCY ANN CALDWELL Mt. Gilead

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"Bermudas without raincoats!"

"Happy Butler"

HAROLD EUGENE CAMERON Lillington

KATE MARILYN CAMERON Kinston

PEGGY GARRETT CAMP Greensboro

SHELBA MOYE CANNON Ayden

RUBY ELAINE CARAWAN Washington

CAROLE ANN CARR Wallace

JOHN P. CARR Goldsboro

HARLAN B. CARRAWAY Newport

MARY JANE CARROLL Hookerton

SAMMY TAYLOR CARSON Bethel

ANGELA CARTER Garland

BARBARA CAROLINE CARTER Shelby

JAMES H. CAUSBY Morganton

KENNETH LAMAR CHALKER Atlanta, Ga.

ANNDALA MARIE CHAMBLEE Middlesex

JOE MONROE CHANDLER Yanceyville

JAMES DILLON CHERRY Williamston

P. LAVISA CHRISMON Browns Summit

JEANETTE GAYLE CLAPP Greenville

BETTY CLARK Ellerson, Va.

GWENDOLYN AILEEN CLARK Greenville

HELEN JEAN CLARK Carthage

KENNETH LEE CLARK Sanford

NANCY FLEMING CLAY Creedmoor

HILTON EUGENE CLAYBORNE Grifton

MARY ESTHER CLEEVE Wilmington

EVA ANN COBURN Robersonville

JOYCE ANN COLE Goldsboro

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WILLIAM ESTES COLE Durham

NONA L. CONE Middlesex

LOUISE SCOTT COOPER Graham

LYLE WILLIAM COOPER, JR. Durham

ANITA FRANCES COPELAND Beaufort

BARBARA JEAN CORBETT Greenville

CAROLYN CORBETT Ayden

CLARENCE RAY COTTLE Morehead City

ANN BLALOCK COUCH Bridgeton, N. J.

JOY P. COUNCIL Cameron

PAULA FRANCES COUNCIL St. Pauls

LORANDA GAIL COX Graham

WILLIAM STEELE COX Washington

EMILY THOMAS CRABTREE Durham

NELL BOWERS CRAVEN Leland

FRANCES GERALDINE CRISP China Grove

MYRTLE PATE CROOM Greenville

BARBARA JEAN CROTTS Lexington

GEORGE JESSEL CURRY Portsmouth, Va.

ELEANOR JOHNSON CUTHRELL Aurora

FRANK PRICE CUTHRELL Aurora

HOWARD TAYLOR CUTLER Washington

JOAN DANIELS Kinston

ANN GAYLE DAVENPORT portsmouth, Va.

BARBARA JUNE DAVENPORT Creswell

JESSE PAUL DAVENPORT Pactolus

HAROLD DEAN DAVIS Sims

IRVIN WALLACE DAVIS, JR. Davis

JACQUELINE ANNE DAVIS Rocky Mount

JOAN BELLE DAVIS Henderson

MARJORIE ANNE DAVIS Warsaw

THOMAS LEONARD DAVIS Davis

WILLIAM CARROLL DAVIS Davis

FRANCES ANN DAY Oxford

SUSAN JOANNE DEICHMANN Durham

EDGAR MURRAY DELAMAR Rocky Mount

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LARUE DENNING Angier

BETTY JEAN DEVANE St. Pauls

MARY LOU DICKENS Littleton

IMOGENE DILDAY Ahoskie

EVELYN STREET DIXON New Bern

SHIRLEY ELVA DIXON Grantsboro

DAVID ERNEST DOOLITTLE Rockington

DEE ANN DORSETT Winston-Salem

THOMAS CARLTON DRAUGHAN Clinton

DELANA ALEX DRIVER Richmond, Va.

GERALD S. DUFFIE South Boston, Va.

JANE MARSH DUKE Washington

JEAN FRANCES DUKE Washington

GAYLE LILES DUNN Zebulon

JOHN BARNES DUNN Williamston

DONALD DUBREY DUNSON Durham

VICTORIA ESTELLE EBORN Bath

NORMAN EDGERTON, JR. Kenly

ROBERT ALLEN EDGERTON, JR. Oriental

BETTY FRANCES EDWARDS Chocowinity

BETTY SUE EDWARDS Princeton

BETTY THOMAS EDWARDS Youngsville

BILLY EDWARDS Clarkton

CELIA ANN EDWARDS Chocowinity

CHARLOTTE ANN EDWARDS Smithfield

THOMAS E. EDWARDS Seaboard

WILLIAM ROBERT EDWARDS Tarboro

PEGGY CATHERINE EFIRD Kinston

GLENNIE RUTH ELLIS Stantonsburg

ROBERT AUGUSTUS ELLWANGER Rockingham

HANNAH YVONNE ENGLAND Weaverville

MARVIN ROLAND ENGLISH Raeford

WILLIAM C. ENLOE Fayetteville

RICHARD JOSEPH ENRICO Portsmouth, Va.

BARBARA HARRISON EVERETT Williamston

RONALD RUDOLPH EVERETT Robersonville

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DONALD RICHARD EVERHART Winston-Salem

THOMAS ARNOLD FARLOW Sanford

LOIS ANN FARMER Swepsonville

JOHN J. FIELDS Raleigh

PRESTON L. FIELDS Greenville

NANCY ANN FISHER Charlotte

MARTHA SUE FLANAGAN Farmville

BETTY JEAY FLEMING

ROGER C. FLINCHUM Carthage

JEANETTE MARIE FLORY Williamston

LOU ELLEN FLOWERS Fremount

ALICE JOYCE FLYE Greenville

BEN OLIVER FORDHAM Kinston

JAMES FREDERICK FORDHAM Kinston

BETTY MURRAY FOGLEMAN Burlington

BRONA JEAN FOSTER Charlotte

BETTY JO FULCHER Leland

RUTH TAYLOR FULCHER Greenville

CAROLYN ANN FULGHUM Sims

EMILY JANE FULLER Greenville

THOMAS RODHAM GAINER Panama City, Florida

SHIRLEY ANN GALLIMORE Lexington

JACK JOHN GARCIA Greenville

SARAH JANE GARDNER Goldsboro

THURMAN FRANKLIN GARRIS Lillington

GEORGE LEE GILGO Oriental

MARGARET A. GLISSON Gates

JACOB W. GODWIN Stella

"Tennis, anyone?"

"I hope the dinner was as good as the joke."

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LELIA MAY GOFF Ayden

BOOTEN FILANDER GOODALL Bethel

HENRY HARPER GOODMAN Dover

JEAN LENNOX GORE Whiteville

BARBARA GRIFFIN Ayden

JANET ALLEN GRISSOM Roanoke Rapids

LEWIS TAYLOR GURKIN Williamston

JOYCE GWALTNEY Dudley

CLYDE JOSHUA HADDOCK Vanceboro

CARLTON GRAY HALL Wilmington

LEE C. HALL Elizabethtown

ROBERT L. HALL Hope Mills

RUFFIN C. HALL Selma

WILMA GREY HALL Roseboro

MARTHA JANE HAMMOND New Bern

JOHN T. HAMNER Rock Castle, Virginia

DANIEL THOMAS HANNON Henderson

EVELYN JOANNA HARDEE Greenville

BETSY MITCHELL HARDISON Jamesville

BILLIE C. HARDISON Greenville

FRANKLIN GARNER HARDISON Williamston

WILLIAM ROMOLUS HARDISON Williamston

AMELIA ANN HARKER Pollocksville

MERCEDES HARMAN New Bern

RAMON ALPOHONOSO HARMON Ahoskie

KENNETH WESTON HARPER Albertson

RUBELLE HARPER Erwin

PEGGY JEAN HARRELL Hertford

"Studying???"

"Ill be glad when my mommy graduates."

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ANGELA S. HARRIS Greenville

COY WARD HARRIS Carthage

FRANKLIN RAY HARRIS Forest City

GLENDA JOLLY HARRIS Lumberton

GRETCHEN MATTHEWS HARRIS Buies Creek

LACYE BAILEY HARRIS Raleigh

CAROLINE ROSE HARVEY Littleton

DONALD R. HASKINS Goldsboro

TERRY WOOD HAUSER Greensboro

PAUL FRANKLIN HAWKINS Kinston

JO FAYE HEATH Kinston

JOSEPHINE G. HENDRIX Greenville

JACKSON A. HENLEY Ashboro

ADRIAN D. HERRING Towson, Maryland

PATRICIA ANN HERRING Greenville

EDWARD LARENCE HICKS Henderson

NANCY SUE HICKS Baltimore, Maryland

FRANCES EUBANKS HILBURN Raleigh

JANICE LOUISE HILBURN Council

HAROLD STOKES HOBBS Council

DRUID DIXON HOBGOOD Winterville

ZEB VANCE HOCUTT Garner

ELANE MARGARET HODGES Dunn

MAXWELL DAMON HODGES Engelhard

CHARLES CONNIE HOFFMUN Alexandria, Va.

RICHARD LEE HOFFMAN Waynesboro, Pa.

WILLIAM HAMPTON HOLLEY Wilmington

BOBBIE JEAN HOLLOWELL Princeton

RANDELL EUGENE HOLME Manteo

JAMES RADFORD HOLTON Greensboro

BETSY ROSE HOOD Newton Grove

ALICE ANNE HORNE Tabor City

RACHEL R. HOWELL Goldsboro

JOHN ROBERT HOWELL Greenville

ANN JACKSON HOWIE Greenville

HOWARD WRIGHT HUDNELL Oriental

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JOHN PRESTON HUDSON Wadesboro

ROBERT THOMAS HUDSON Dunn

E. LAWANA HUNTER Winston-Salem

JAMES McRAE HUTCHINSON Elizabethtown

HARRIET E. ICARD Evergreenv

CAROLYN ROSE JACKSON Godwin

JOSEPH RAY JACKSON Winterville

PEGGY A. JACKSON Robersonville

BENJAMIN THOMAS JAMES Robersonville

CYNTHIA DUANE JAMES Raleigh

MAURICE DOUGLAS JAMES Stokes

ANDREW PRESTON JARVIS, JR. Raleigh

JOHNNIE LOUISE JARVIS Washington

BARBARA LELA JENKINS Greenville

CHARLES AUBREY JENKINS Raleigh

ELMORE ROYAL JENKINS Wallace

HENRY CLAY JENKINS Stella

WILLIAM A. JENKINS Fairmont

CLARE GLENN JESSUP Elizabethtown

MARY B. JESSUP Elizabethtown

CAROLYN JOHNSON Clinton

FRANCES EARLE JOHNSON Roanoke Rapids

GEORGE FREDERICK JOHNSON Oxford

JENNY LIND JOHNSON Farimont

SAMUEL E. JOHNSON Goldsboro

TOMMY ROLANO JOHNSON Wallace

ROBERT J. JOHNSTON Draper

ANN CAROL JONES Kinston

BILLY D. JONES Benson

HARRY GATES JONES Durham

JOHN ALLISON JONES Greenville

FRANCES JOY JORDAN Greenville

RAY J. JORDAN Ahoskie

JESSE HERBERT JOYNER Henderson

NORMA MARIE JOYNER Mt. Olive

CECIL PERRY JULIAN Salisbury

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"Proposal"

"Track! Where is the choo choo?"

BRUCE NELSON KANIPE Rockingham

ARTEMIS C. KARES Greenville

EMANUEL MICHEAL KATSIAS Virginia Beach, Va.

THERON C. KEEN Newton Grove

ANN KATHRYN KELLY Micro

JULIA PAULINE KENDALL Fayetteville

MAVIS MARIE KENNEDY Mount Olive

PEGGY SUE KEPLEY High Point

KENNETH KIMBALL KILLEBREW Rocky Mount

SETH DEAN KIRBY Mount Holly

REBECCA GLENN KNIGHT Roxboro

THOMAS LOWELL KNIGHT Madison

JAMES MALCOLM KNOX Bolivia

WILLIAM MORRIS KOGER Martinsville, Va.

ROBERT FRANKLIN KORNEGAY Warsaw

JANE ROBERTA LACKEY Hiddenite

ROSA FLORENCE LAKE Wake Forest

CURTIS HOOVER LANCASTER Goldsboro

THOMAS E. LAND High Point

CAMARIA ANNE LANE Silver City

DOROTHY ANNE LANGSTON Raleigh

JAMES ELLIOTT LASSITER Conway

MAX RUSSELL LEACH Asheboro

TED MANNING LEE Bishopville, S. C.

THOMAS FRANKLIN LEE Benson

CLINTON E. LeGETTE Greensboro

OLIVER CHARLES LEVINSON Benson

COLLIS OTHA LEWIS Bethel

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"Sisters"

"Must be an interesting lecture...unusual"

FRANKLIN LEWIS Kelly

TOM E. LEWIS Rocky Mount

HELEN JANE LILES Sims

LEONARD DAVID LILLEY, JR. Greenville

MELTON G. LILLEY Williamsont

ROBERT C. LILLEY Tarboro

NANCY JANE LILLY Miami, Fl.

ALICE ROSE LITTLE Greenville

BETTY JEAN LITTLE Winterville

EVELYN MARIE LITTLE Greenville

LINDA COBURN LORE Roanoke Rapids

DEANNA HASTINGS LOWE Laurel, Del.

HILDA GREY LOWE Gibsonville

JOHN DAVID LOWERY Kinston

NANCY ANN LOWRY Elizabeth City

ALLEN WAKEFIELD LUCAS Wilmington

MELDA ANNE LUCAS Lucama

EUGENE B. LUSK Fayetteville

HAROLD W. McCABE Newport

WILLIS G. McCOTTER Vandemere

BOBBIE JEAN McDANIEL Statesville

CAROLE McDANIEL Kinston

GABRIELLA V. McDOWELL Elizabeth City

WAYNE EDWARD McGLOHON Winterville

ANN ELIZABETH McKAY Red Springs

MILTON WORTH McKEEL Greenville

WILBUR COVINGTON McKENZIE Roseboro

BILLIE JO McLAMB Newton Grove

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DANIEL FRANKLIN McLAURIN White Oak

BILLY POWELL McLOWHORN Aydent

EARL THOMAS McPHAIL Rowland

HARLAN LOFTON McPHERSON Wilmington

GAIL DEANNA McSWAIN China Grove

DIANA PATRICIA MABRY Hollister

GRAHAM WARDEN MALLARD Trenton

NANCY CAROL MALLARD Trenton

WILLIAM ALLEN MANGUM Carolina Beach

RITA P. MANN Newport

MARGARET ANN MARSHALL Graham

HELEN IRENE MARSHBOURNE Spring Hope

HERMAN W. MARSHBURN Richlands

SYLVIA JAMES MARTIN Mount Olive

CAROLYN ROSE MASSENGILL Four Oaks

CARLTON KEITH MATTHEWS Greenville

GERALDINE MATTHEWS Erwin

SARAH ELIZABETH MATTHEWS Wilmington

SYLVIA LEE MATTHEWS Kinston

BARBARA ELLEN MATTOCKS Maysville

WILLIAM OWEN MEACHUM Orange, California

BEE MENDENHALL Cary

GENE G. MERCER Black Creek

CAROLYN FAYE MERRITT Clinton

CLARICE ROSE MERRITT Chapel Hill

CHARLES FRED MIDDLETON Daytona Beach, Fla

KENNETH LAMBERT MIDYETTE Oriental

BOBBY CARSON MILLER Greensboro

BETSY ANN MILLS Chocowinity

CALVIN EVANS MILLS Apex

RALPH E. MILLS, JR. Milford, Delaware

THOMAS NOEL MITCHELL Ahoskie

BETTY MOBLEY Roanoke Rapids

ANGUS H. MONDS Dunn

KENNETH EARL MOODY Deep Run

CONNIE M. MOORE Raleigh

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DORIS IRENE MOORE Elizabeth City

MARY JANICE MOORE Kinston

NANCY MAE MOORE Spring Hope

FOSTER WRAY MORSE Portsmouth, Va.

BARBARA ANN MORTON Franklinton

ALFRED LONZA MOYE Snow Hill

JAMES ARCHIE MULDROW Beulaville

JOE CARROLL MUSGRAVE Pikeville

TOMMY GLENN NASH Monroe

SHIRLEY ANN NAVES Asheville

MARGARET LEE NAYLOR Dunn

ELLIS E. NELSON Goldsboro

LENORA ODESSA NEWSOM Winston-Salem

BETTY JANE NICHOLS Arthur

ERNESTINE NICHOLS Washington

PATRICIA ANN NICHOLS Smithfield

PATSY ANN NICHOLSON Vaughan

BETSY LILLIAN OAKES Hookerton

WILLIAM E. OAKLEY Rocky Mount

LEON R. O'BRIANT Morrisville

DENNIS JOSEPH O'BRIEN Greenville

TILLIE TART OLIVER Goldsboro

LEWIS BOYD ORMAND Bessemer City

ORVILLE WIRGHT OVERTON Aurora

ROBERT GLENN OWEN Rocky Mount

NORA LILLIAN OWENS Whiteville

ALICE H. PAGE Stella

WILLIAM BRUCE PAGE Chapel Hill

wILLIAM HOKE PAGE Greenville

VIOLETTE FRANCES PARHAM Oxford

MARY LOU PARKER Raleigh

WADE JAMES PARKER Charlotte

SCARLETT PARKS Raeford

SHERWOOD WADE PEACOCK Fremont

PERRY BILLINGS PEARSON Gastonia

WAYNE LEE PEED Angier

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KRISTI LOUISE PENDERGRAFT Chapel Hill

LEE ELDRED PERRY Bailey

LINDA MAE PERRY Selma

GERALD WAYNE PHILLIPS Siler City

JANICE FAYE PIERCE Rocky Mount

JOYCE ANNETTE PIERCE Rocky Mount

SUSAN ANN PIERCE Rocky Mount

BRIAN CRAWFORD PIGOTT Gloucester

LOUISE DIKERSON PLEASANT Roxboro

PERRY PECK PLYLER Waxhaw

JOSEPH ALTON POND, JR. Portsmouth, Va.

PHYLLIS ANNE POOLE Wake Forest

GEORGE TAYLOR POTTER Jacksonville

GENNETTE FAYE POWELL Lucama

JANET FRANCES POWELL Winston-Salem

JUDY ANN POWELL Johnsonville, S. C.

MARGARET ROSE POWELL Greenville

WARNER BAXTER POWELL Greenville

DEWEY B. PREAST Tarboro

CARMEN LEE PRIDGEN Nags Head

CHARLES ELROY PUGH Shiloh

PATRICIA ALENE QUINN Kenansville

PATRICIA ANN QUINN Seven Springs

PEGGY JOYCE Elm City

GENE DARWIN RACKLEY Rocky Mount

ELEANOR SUE RANDOLPH Raleigh

BARBARA B. RAWLS Spring Hope

PRESTON CLAYTON RAWLS Arapahoe

ISAAC EPPS READY, JR. Roanoke Rapids

JAMES CRAIG REID Whitakers

ROBERT HOWARD REID Staley

CLARENCE REVELLE Conway

JACK LEE REYNOLDS III Marion

SYBIL CHRISTINE RIVE Lumberton

ARCE ROSE RICH Albemarle

CAROLYN E. RICH Rocky Mount

JUNIOR CLASS '58

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JOHN C. RICH Goldsboro

EDWIN M. RICKS, JR. Plymouth

JOHN NELSON ROBBINS Ahoskie

JOSEPHINE ANNETTE ROBERSON Halifax

ELIZABETH ANN ROBERTS Bladenboro

HILDA MAE ROBERTS Washington

J. EUGENE ROBERTSON Milford, Delaware

WALTER FREDERIC ROBERTSON Littleton

CHARLES FRANKLIN ROBISON Asheville

BILLY KENT ROGERSON Ahoskie

CAROLYN R. ROSE Plymouth

EFFIE CAROL ROUSE Kinston

SYLVIA ANNE ROUSE Seven Springs

ALONZA GLENN ROWELL Fayetteville

WINNIE RUFFIN Pink Hill

MARCIA KAY RUSHER Wilmington

JAMES HAROLD RUSS Southport

SYLVIA JEAN RUSTON Laurel, Delaware

LEO HOWELL SALTER Davis

THOMAS HAROLD SALTER Atlantic

MARY ELEANOR SANDERSON Plymouth

WILIAM LOFTIS SATTERFIELD Greenville

SYLVIS JENKINS SATTERTHWAITE Greensboro

ROBERT RILEY SAWYER Greensboro

EMMA CARLENE SCOTT Fremont

DORIS MAE SHAMEL Winston-Salem

EDNA EARLE SHAW Littleton

WILLIAM GRAHAM SHAW Atkinson

JAMES LAWRENCE SHELTON Coneton

ANNE CORENE SHIPP Durham

ELLSWORTH EDWIN SINCLAIR Falls Church, Va.

LEE ROY SINGLETON Plymouth

GEORGE LEWIS SLAUGHTER, JR. New Bern

JERRY ALLEN SHORT Shelby

ADELINE SMITH Garland

CAROLYN RAE SMITH Wilson

JUNIOR CLASS '58

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JUNIOR CLASS '58

CHARLES RUSSELL SMITH Atlantic

FLORENCE JEANNETTE SMITH Greenville

GERALDINE McCRAY SMITH Harrells

GLORIA ANN SMITH Durham

JUNIUS CECIL SMITH Ruffin

PEGGIE FAYE SMITH Angier

SARAH ELIZABETH SMITH Vanceboro

SYLVIA ROBERTA SMITH Roanoke Rapids

ROBERT PERRY SMITHWICK Windsor

MILLARD EARL SOLES Loris, S. C.

ADOLPHUS LEE SPAIN Washington

JAMES ELTON SPEIGHT Greenville

LOWELL A. SPEIGHT Grifton

WALTER RICHARD SPELL Roseboro

JOHN ROBERT SPENCE, JR. Pink Hill

MARY ROBERTSON SPENCER Knightdale

NATHAN HERBERT SPENCER Merritt

JOHN PAUL SPOONE Alexandria, Va.

ADOLPHUS RAY SPRULL Edenton

PATRICIA ALLEN STALLINGS Louisburg

JANE ELIZABETH STAPLES Richmond, Va.

ARCHIE STEELE Raleigh

RACHEL STEINBECK Greenville

EMMA LOUIS STEPHENS Fairmont

WILLIAM JAMES STEPHENS Willow Springs

BEVERLY STEWART Godwin

JOHN DOUGALD STEWART Laurinburg

MACK CARLTON STOCKS Greenville

EDWARD CARL STONE Durham

LORETTA STONE Greensboro

WILLARD BRUCE STONE Coats

MARION LAVERNE STRICKLAND Battleboro

SARAH ANN STROUD Kinston

SHELBY JEAN STROUD Kinston

LENORA ELLEN STURKIE Rockingham

ROGER I. STURTEVANT Rocky Mount

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ROY DAVIS STYRON Davis

SARAH ANN SUGG New Bern

JESSE HINNANT SUITT Shake Rag

CAROLE JEAN SULLIVAN Weldon

MARGARET ELIZABETH SULLIVAN Roanoke Rapids

MARY CHRISTINE SUTTON Seven Springs

CAROLINE LEE SWAIM Lexington

WALTER MURRAY SWING Conshohocken, Pa.

CARRIE BELLE SYKES Conway

WILLIAM KENNETH SYKES Kinston

CLARK O. TAYLOR Winston-Salem

DOROTHY ANN TAYLOR Angier

FRANCES ANNE TAYLOR South Hill, Va.

PAMILEY ANN TAYLOR Enka

JENEAL TEANDER Jacksonville

EDNA HILDA TEDDER Tarboro

BILLY EUGENE THACKER Graham

DAVID ALLEN THOMAS Dreyel

EVELYN FAY THOMAS Burlington

PAUL FRANKLIN THOMAS, JR. Jacksonville

CLAUDINE KAY THOMASON Kannapolis

AMELITA THOMPSON Cerro Gordo

KERMIT ADRIAN THOMPSON, JR. La Grange

ALBERT JUSTICE THREE WITTS Littleton

CLAUDIA JANE TODD Ahoskie

CLIFTON LEO TOLER, JR. Washington

JERRY SUE TOWNSEND Fairmont

MACK PARRIS TRENT, JR. Cameron

GARY E. TREON Alexandria, Va.

CAROLYN ELIZABETH TRIPP Greenville

GRAYDON WILLIAMSON TRIPP Winterville

MARY EUGENIA TRULOVE Wilmington

ARGENT MOORE TUCKER Grifton

PATRICIA ANNE TWIFORD Stumpy Point

JOHN WYATT TWISDALE Smithfield

GLEEN LEE UPCHURCH Four Oaks

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CHARLES MICHAEL UZZELL La Grange

MATILDA JUNE VANN Spring Hope

ALBERT LEE VAUGHAN Ahoskie

JOSEPH CLINTON VICK Farmville

DERL G. WALKER Beautancus

VIRGINIA FRANCES WALKER Littleton

WAYNE D. WALKER Draper

BETTY JEAN WALL Wendell

JANET LAVEE WALL Smithfield

JIMMIE EARL WALL Raliegh

JAMES HUXLEY Wilmington

RICHARD SANFORD WALTON Wilmington

NELLIE ROSS WARD Nakina

JIM R. WARNER, JR. Charlotte

FRANKLIN DELANO WARREN Hiddenite

CLARENCE W. WARRICK, JR. Smithfield

CARL LEONARD WATSON Goldsboro

R. ALENE WATSON Lenoir

JERRY D. WATTS Southport

EFFIE MADALEN WEEKS Mt. Olive

SIDNEY A. WEEKS Whitakers

MARY JINNELL WHALEY Richlands

NINA DARE WHEELEY Burlington

BARBARA STEWART WHICHARD Bethel

DOROTHY SHIELDS WHITE Scotland Neck

EMILIE REBECCA WHITE Hertford

JAMES ARNOLD WHITE Pine Level

MARY GIBSON WHITEHEAD Dunn

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MARY LOU WHITEHURST Stokes

EUGENE LONG WHITFIELD Durham

JOYCE ANN WHITTLE Warsaw

MARY ANNETTE WILLETTS Leland

CARTER S. WILLIAMS Swansboro

CYNTHIS ELAINE WILLIAMS Chinquapin

KENNETH ROBERT WILLIAMS Kinston

THOMAS L. WILLIAMS Kinston

JOANNA PARKER WILLIFORD Hertford

NANCY JOAN WILLIS Williston

ANN ELIZABETH WILSON Mt. Olive

BOBBY ROGER WILSON Winterville

BOB S. WILSON Calypso

MARTHA CLINARD WILSON Winston-Salem

PHILIP DALTON WITHERINGTON Vanceboro

LILLIAN ANNE WOOD Clayton

MARGARET ELLEN WOODS Virgilina, Va.

JOHN STEWART WOOTEN, JR. La Grange

JENNIE BROWN WORTHINGTON Winterville

GERALD GIBSON WRIGHT Raeford

LARRY WYNNS Powellsville

MARY LOU WYRICK Gibsonville

DOUGLAS YATES YONGUE Laurinburg

CHARLES PRINCE YOUMANS Oxford

RICHARD E. YOUNG Gela

ELIZABETH GAIL YOW Lillington

RALPH LLOYD ZEHRING Alexandria, Va.

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SOPHOMORES

nineteen hundred and fifty-eight

We were still one of many fish in a large pond, but our sophomore year brought more responsibility, more privileges, and added fun.

And already we were more efficient. Why, during that ten minute class break, we could take in the soda shop, check the mail box and drop off a few books at the dorm. Quite a difference from last year when we rushed from one class to the next and wondered if we would make it.

The year of big times . . . when faces look more familiar ... but there are many names to learn.

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nineteen hundred and fifty- eight

Class Officers

PRESIDENT Wade Sessoms

VICE PRESIDENT Becky Warren

SECRETARY Flora Ruth Boseman

TREASURER Betty McCauley

S. G. A. REPRESENTATIVE Nancy Keith

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SOPHOMORE CLASS '58

BETTY SUE ADAMS Greenville

FRANCES MERLE AIKEN Fuquay Spring

MARY LYNN AIKEN Fuquay

ANNETTE ALCOCK Bridgeton

CLIFTON DOUGLAS ALDRIDGE LaGrange

ROSALIND ELFRETH ALEXANDER Roper

NANCY CAROL ALFORD Stanfield

BETTY LOU ALLIGOOD Washington

JOHN DENNIS AMAN, JR. Greenville

EUCLID D. ARMSTRONG JR. New Bern

WILLIAM S. ATKINSON Fairmont

LAWRENCE M. AUSBON Hobgood

GRADY STONE AUSTIN Hatteras

ELIZABETH MARIE AUTRY Clinton

ERNEST MONZELL AVERY Kinston

KATIE JO AYCOCK Micro

MARTHA ROSE BABB Roanoke Rapids

GEORGIA ELIZABETH BADGETT Mount Airy

JORDAN WESLEY BAILEY Shelby, Mississippi

LARRY GLENN BAILEY Fasion

HOWARD KEY BAKER Erwin

WILLARD KENT BAKER Elizabeth City

WILLIAM DAVIS BALLANCE Manteo

SADIE MARIE BARBER Clinton

NOAH B. BAREFOOT Salemburg

HILDA JEAN BERKER New Hill

ANN ELIZABETH BARNACASCEL Windsor

DORIS MIRIAM BARNES Chadbourn

ANNETTE ROSE BASS Four Oaks

EDWARD LEE BASS Wilson

ALBERT W. BAUGH Temperance, Michigan

EDWIN Y. BAXTER Pompano Beach, Florida

WILLIAM DEWEY BECKWITH Apex

PATRICIA ANN BENNETT Edward

JANE CLARIE BERRYMAN Greenville

ALEXANDRIA BEST BETHUNE Linden

DENNIS MARION BIGGS Williamston

HECTOR ALFRED BLACK Fayetteville

WILLIAM DONALD BLACK Whiteville

EDNA BLANCHARD Wallace

BOBBY RANDOLPH BLINSON Clayton

ROY WADE RODENHEIMER High Point

BETTY JEAN BOLTON Warrenton

FLORA RUTH BOSEMAN Enfield

MARY ELEANOR Bowden

VERNA FAYE BOWEN Ayden

MARTHA ANN BOWERS Norlina

JEAN BOWLES Beaufort

WILLIAM ASHFORD BOYD New Bern

JUNE IRIS BOYETTE Wilson

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"Ah! The fish are walkin

g!"

KIRBY PUTNEL BRANCH Greenville

TONY MARTIN BRANDON Roxboro

PATSY C. BRANNOCK Raleigh

ALFRED HARDY BREMER Greenville

FRANKLIN BRYAN BRICE Elm City

DANIEL PAUL BRIDGE Kinston

NANCY ELIZABETH BRITT Lumberton

LINWOOD PATTERSON BRITTON Ahoskie

BETTY ANN BROWN Mannsville, N. Y.

FRANCES WINONA BROWN Kinston

NANCY MARIE BROWN Princeton

JULIAN MONROE BROWN Marshallberg

SALLY RUTH BROWN Goldsboro

JO ANN BRYAN Mt. Olive

RICHARD JOHN BUCKLEY Seabord, Del.

MARGARET ANN BUFFALOE Littleton

DAVID RAYE BUIE Winston-Salem

FRANKLIN EASON BULLARD Greensboro

BETTY ANN BURNHAM Plymouth

LENORA COBB BYNUM Charlotte

HAROLD JULIAN BYRD Elizabethtown

JACQULINE FRANCES BYRD Windsor

WILLIAM ARTHUR BYRD Goldsboro

JULIETTE ELIZABETH CAIN White Oak

DORIS JANE CAISON Kenansville

HAROLD JULIAN BYRD Elizabethtown

JACQULINE FRANCES BYRD Windsor

WILLIAM ARTHUR BYRD Goldsboro

JULIETTE ELIZABETH CAIN White Oak

DORIS JANE CAISON Kenansville

JACK ANDREW CALVERT Rockingham

BONNY RHUE CAMERSON Sanford

PATSY R. CAMERON Raeford

JAMES BENJAMIN CAMP West Monroe, La.

ALBERT BERNARD CANNON Farmville

LUCIELLA VERA CANNON Farmville

PRESTON HUGH CANNON JR. Greenville

PLARX SYLVIA CAPPS Warrenton

ZEB THOMAS CARAWAN Vanceboro

SALLIE JEAN CARDEN Varina

ERNESTINE CARROW Grimesland

JANE GRACE CARTER Carthage

ELNA GLYNN CAULBERG Raleigh

WILLEY EUGENE CAULBERG Raleigh

MARY CAULEY Barnwell

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SOPHOMORE CLASS '58

TED PRUDEN CHAPPELL Belvidere

ELIZABETH COUNCIL CHASON White Oak

OSBY SEARS CLARK Apex

WILEY WALTON CLAY Rocky Mount

MARJORIE MARIE CLEMENTS Gaston

WALLACE EDWARD COCKRELL Falls Curch, Va.

PATSY KINNAMON CORREY Winston-Salem

EUGENE THOMAS COLLIER Tabor City

IKE STEPHEN COLLINS Red Springs

ALBERT WOODRWO COLWELL, III Clinton

DONALD EDGAR CONLEY Greenville

DENNIS MOORE CONNOR Wrighstville Beach

GRAHAM ELDRIDGE COOKE Mt. Olive

MARCELLA ANN COOKE Aulander

MOLLY LOU COOKE Aulander

JAMES ROBERT COOPER Faison

JAMES McCRAY CORBETT Fountain

PHYLLIS ANNE CORBETT Rockingham

PATRICIA ANN COTTINGHAM Rockingham

MARY ELAINE COULTER Lincolton

MERLE RAYBON COUNCIL Fayetteville

BARBARA HELEN COVINGTON Rockingham

RICHARD S. COX Tabor City

LARRY BOYD CRAVEN Raleigh

CAROLYN ANN CRAWLEY Littleon

ANNE SHELTON CROMARTIE Raleigh

BOBBY SHELTON CROSS Tarboro

LARRY FREDERIC CULP Denton

PATSY ELIASE CUTHRELL Belhaven

ROBERT A. DAIL LaGrange

ROSALIE DALTON Rocky Mount

PAUL EDWARD DARDEN JR. Siler City

CLINTON OLIVER DAVIS Edenton

MARGARET ANNE DAVIS Wilmington

MATHEY A. DAVIS Wadesboro

SAMUEL AVERY DAVIS Martinsville, Va.

JO ANN DAUGHERTY Dover

JAMES HYMAN DANGHTRIDGE Rocky Mount

SHARON L. DAUGHTRY Smithfield

JAMES OTIS DEANS Macclesfield

ARTHUR ANTHONY DeSTOUT Ft. Belvoir, Va.

BARBARA JEANETTE DILDA Greenville

SUSIE JOYCE DILDY Farmville

JANICE SUE DILLEHAY Oxford

JULIA CAROLYN DIXON Greenville

MARY LOUISE DIXON Willard

BOBBY JOE DIXON Greenville

EDDIE P. DRAUGHON Clinton

PATRICIA ANGELENE DRENNAN Belmont

SYBIL MARLENE DUDLEY Grifton

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SHIRLEY ANN DUNCAN Whiteville

WADEUS EARL DUNCAN Clarendon

CONNIE LOU DUNN Ayden

JOSEF C. DUNN Pinetops

BEVERLY NAN DURHAM Burlington

GLENN CHARLES DYER Greensboro

CHARLES WENDELL DYSON Rockinham

ELIZABETH ROSEMARY EAGLES Greenville

JAMES WILBUR EDWARD Johnson City, Tenn.

MARVIS ANN EDWARDS Goldsboro

MELVIN PAUL EDWARDS Washington

REBECCA SUE EDWARDS Virginia Beach, Va.

CAROLYN ANNETTE ELAM Roxboro

JACQUELYN OVERMAN ELLIS Ayden

ALICE KAY EMERSON Concord

EDWARD HARRELL EMORY Lancaster, S. C.

JOAN ELIZABETH EUDY Kannapolis

LENORA FRANCES EVANS Nashville

MARSHA SUZANNE EVANS Raleigh

ROY CLYTON EVERETT Robersonville

SARAH ELIZABETH EWELL Greenville

SEATON POE FAIRLESS, JR. Colerain

JEANETTE MARIE FARRELL Mebane

JOHN ROGERS FERFUSON Clarkton

JOHN JOSEPH FILICKY Raleigh

HELEN FRANCES FISHER Whiteville

CHARLOTTE DEAN FITCHETT Elizabeth City

EDITH GRAY FITZGERALD Selma

WILLIAM GRANT FLOWERS Kenly

WANDA KING FORDHAM Kinston

ROBERT LEE FRANCK Jacksonville

FRANKLIN DELANO FREEMAN Kinston

THOMAS CRUMP FULCHER Greenville

KESLER GAINEY, JR. Dunn

SHERRILL GARRIS Farmville

SIDNEY LOUIS GASKINS New Bern

COLEMAN ANDREW GENTRY, JR. Williamston

RICHARD EUGENE GEORGE Kings Mountain

JOYCE ELIZABETH GODWIN Dunn

LINDA LOU GODWIN Dunn

"...and tears fell."

"Trees and knees."

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SOPHOMORE CLASS '58

JANE HAMPTON GIDDEN Washington D. C.

BETTY JEAN GILBERT Bolivia

JOHN HUGHES GILES Madison

JOHN G. GILLIKIN Aurora

HARVEY V. GODFREY, JR. Sanford

SHELBY JEAN GRADY High Point

JAMES DOUGLAS GRAY Hamlet

PEGGY JOHNSTON GRAY Greenville

JOHN THOMAS GREE Henderson

FIDELIA FAY GRIFFIN Rocky Mount

FLORA ADDIE GRIFFIN Monroe

JOSEPH DARRELL GRIFFIN Washington

KIM ELLIOT GRIFFIN Rocky Mount

ROBERT CURTIS GRIFFIN Tarboro

BETTY G. GUNN Providence

G. CAROLE HAGAN Rocky Mount

JANE SUE HAIR Elizabethtown

BETTY FRANCES HAISLIP Hamilton

JAMES LINWOOD HALE Littleton

CARL WHITAKER HALES Jacksonville

FRANCES ANN HALL Salemburg

JACKY WEIL HALL Henderson

JAMES KENNETH HALL Fayetteville

MARY M. HALL Erwin

RAY JUNIOR HALL Erwin

VINCENT GENE HANDY Kinston

JAMES ASHLEY HARDEE Enfield

SHIRLEY ROSE HARDEE Greenville

THURMAN RAY HARDEE Greenville

JOHNISE ABBOTT HARDESTY Newport

ALMA VIRGINIA HARDISON Edenton

ALLEN S. HARPER Tarboro

JAMES ROBERT HARPER Enfield

ROBERT LYNDON HARPER Tarboro

BARBARA PEARSON HARRELL Oak City

JOSEPH ARMSTER HARRELL Colerain

WALTER PARRY HARRELL Gatesville

NORMA ANNE HARRELSON Southport

ANNIE LOU HARRINGTON Aulander

HELEN FAYE HARRINGTON Greenville

CAROL ANNE HARRIS Cmp Lejeune

CECIL IRVIN HARRIS South Mills

LELA GRAY HARRIS Greenville

MARGARET ANN HARRIS Oriental

MARTIN LUTHER HARRIS New Bern

MATTIE LOU HARRIS Enfield

NANCY HASKINS HARRIS Greenville

BOBBY HOLTON HARRISON La Grange

BETTY ALICE HART Goldsboro

MARY ALICE HART Ayden

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SOPHOMORE CLASS '58

CHARLES RONNIE HARRISON Wilmington

JESSIE DARE HARRISON Plymouth

DOROTHY ANN HAYES Durham

SUE LILLIAN HEATH Kinston

BARBARA KAREN HELMS Monroe

MARY ALICE HENDRIX Raliegh

JEANE HERRING Lumberton

RONALD GRAY HIGHT Henderson

MARILYN BETSY HILL Deep Run

MARVIN EARL HILL Greenville

CHARLES DENNIS HOBBS Smithfield

CHARLES EUGENE HOBBY Apex

AMANDA HILL HODGES Trenton

CECELIA ANN HODGES Elizabeth City

JOHNNIE DEWEY HODGES Pantego

WILLIAM EARL HOLLAMON Four Oaks

STUART OMEGA HOLLAND JR. Edenton

PRISCILLA ANN HOLLOWAY Fuquay Springs

BILLY GERALD HOLLOWELL Kinston

STUART HOLLOWELL Tyner

EMMA JEAN HOLT Burlington

WILLIS BOYCE HONEYCUTT, JR. Mt. Olive

ALAN McBRIDE HOOPER Elizabeth City

JACQUE LUCILLE HOUSE Plymouth

PHYLLIS AYERS HOUSE Robersonville

JANET MARIE HOWARD Kinston

NELDA KAY HOWELL Hubert

WILLIAM BRYANT HOWELL Goldsboro

WILLIAM LEE HOWELL Rich Square

MARY LOIS HUDGINS Enfield

JAMES WARD HUDLER Richlands

LYNDON LEWIS HUFF, JR. Kernersville

CHARLES FREDERICK HUFFSTETLER Gastonia

ALICE MIRIAM HUMPHREY Smithfield

JUNE CARYOLYN HUMPHYREY Haw River

ALBERT LEE HURST Jacksonville

DARRELL WAYNE HURST Raleigh

DONALD C. INGRAM Aurora

GEORGE THOMAS IPOCK Greenville

JOANN GERTRUDE JACKSON Clinton

PATRICIA JACKSON St. Pauls

ROBERT CHESTER JACKSON Washington

TROY RHYNE JACKSON Grifton

GEORGE R. JAMES Williamston

ESTHER MARIAM JARVIS Belhaven

CLARA MARIE JENYETTE Waccamaw

DORNING PRIDEAUX JENKINS Greenville

GLENDAL JENKINS Dover

JOY JENKINS Wilmington

RAYBON BERTA JENKINS Farimont

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ENID GLEE JERNIGAN Godwin

ELIZABETH ANN JESSUP Elizabethtown

J. CARL JESSUP Elizabethtown

ANNIE LOU JOHNSON Rex

CEDRIC MILO JOHNSON Goldsboro

LINWOOD C. JOHNSON Angier

MARY ANNE JOHNSON Four Oaks

MARY KATHRYN JOHNSON Greenville

ROBERT NORWOOD JOHNSON, JR. Ayden

SYLVIA JEAN JOLLY Roseboro

CLARENCE A. JONES Clayton

ELEANOR J. JONES Halifax

HARVEY CARTER JONES La Grange

HERBERT CORNELIUS JONES Statonsburg

JAMES H. JONES Snow Hill

JOHN WADLEY JONES Nashville

MARTHA GRAY JONES Haw River

NANCY BENTLEY JONES Portsmouth, Va.

VIRGINIA GRAY JONES Roanoke Rapids

WILLIAM ALTON JONES Greer, S. C.

WILLIAM TRAVIS JONES Ahoskie

HENRY LIN JORDON Edenton

FREDRIC THEODORE KAMINSKI Scranton, Pa.

EDDIE MARUICE KEEL Halifax

MARY LILES KEETER Littleton

NANCY SUE KEITH Fuquay Springs

JOSEPH RAY KELLY Bladenboro

MARY MARGARET KELLY Salisbury

CATHERIN ELIZABETH KNERSON Raleigh

LLOYD C. KING Warrenton

JOYCE GERALDINE KOON Grifton

VIRGINIA GAIL LAMB Lumberton

SYLVIA CAROLYN LANGLEY Selma

PATSY JO LANIER Jacksonville

JANELL BYRD LASSITER Clayton

SUE CAROL LASSITER Plymouth

TED MICHAEL LASSITER Scotland Neck

JAMES WILLIAM LAUGHINGHOUSE Columbia

HURDELL CRAIG LAWING Mt. Holly

FREDERICK EUGENE LEADBETTER Searsmont, Maine

"Here comes the gang- the bell just rang!"

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SOPHOMORE CLASS '58

DOUGLAS PERRY LEARY Tyner

ELIZABETH ANN LEARY Alliance

HAROLD THELBERT LEARY Durham

BETTY JEAN LEE Oriental

CAROLE GLENN LEE Gastonia

HENRY ANDREW LEEUWENBURG, JR. Wilmington

GEORGE ANNA LEGGETT Raleigh

CELIA ANN LETCHWORTH Snow Hill

BETTY JOYCE LEWIS Sharpsburg

GARY W. LEWIS Kernersville

LINWOOD HAROLD LEWIS Chocowinity

PATRICIA ANN LEWIS Smithfield

SHIRLEY ELIZABETH LEWIS Mt. Olive

FREDERICK WILTON LILLEY Williamston

RUTH EVE LINEBERGER Holly Ridge

JOSEPH DANIEL LINER Asheville

GEORGE WATSON LITCHFIELD Aurora

ALTON DEAN LITTLE Roanoke Rapids

SYLVIA ANNE LONG Elizabeth City

WADDELLL LONG Ash

MARTHA ERNESTINE LONGEST Graham

BARBARA ANN LOUNSBURY Wilmington

RUBY LEE McARTHUR Winterville

LOUISE JENNETTE McCAIN Elizabeth City

BETTY LEA McCAULEY Burlington

GWENDOLYN O. McCLAMROCK Raleigh

DOROTHY PAGE McCLEARY Portsmouth, Va.

TED OLLIE McGEE, JR. Laurel Hill

MILDRED TAYLOR McGRATH Greenville

WALTER NICHOLAS McGUIRE Richmond, Va.

JOE ANN McLAURIN Stedman

SHIRLEY FAYE McLEOD Mebane

SARAH McRAE ROWLAND

MARY ABIGAIL MADRE Elizabeth City

WAYNE ANTHONY MALLARD, JR. Trenton

M. FRANCES MALLISON Winton

CARL EDWIN MALPASS Goldsboro

REGINALD TURNER MANNING Williamston

KENNETH WILSON MARKHAM Elizabeth City

BARBARA FAYE MARTIN Jamesville

BETTY LOU MARTIN Four Oaks

ELIZABETH ANNE MASON Lillington

ROLAND E. MATTHIS Clinton

ETHELYN CLAUDIA MAXWELL Dunn

ELIZABETH HOLT MAYNARD Burlington

HENRY LEE MEARES Cerro Gordo

JOSEPH EDGAR MEEKS Farmville

CHARLES RODNEY METTS Richlands

JAMES ROBERT METZGAR Easton, Pa.

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"What goes up must come down."

"If your man ain't treating you right-come up to see old Dan."

ELLA ROSE MERCER Beulaville

JAMES HAL MERCER Bladensboro

CHARLES TRUETT MILLER Beulaville

DURRELL VON MILLS Wallace

DOROTHY GLENN MINSHEW Black Creek

JANICE MARIE MITCHELL Durham

DEMPSEY BROWN MIZELLE Washington

PEGGY ANNE MOBLEY Winterville

ANN ELIZABETH MODLIN Laurinburg

ELIZABETH ADELAIDE MONDS Dunn

DIANA LEE MONROE Rockingham

BENJAMIN F. MOORE Williamston

GERALD ODAY MOORE Farmville

MARGARET JANICE MOORE Snow Hill

ROSALIE KAY MOORE Greenville

EMILY JO MOSELEY Rocky Mount

ROSEMARY MOUNTCASTLE Norfolk, Virginia

ALICE ROSE MOZINGO Goldsboro

EDNA EARLE MOZINGO Goldsboro

EVELYN JANE MURRAY Roxboro

SALLIE AUGUST MUSSELWHITE St. Pauls

CHARLES FRANKLIN MYERS Thomasville

BARBARA ANN MYRICK Lillington

CLYDE CARLTON MYRICK Littleton

RUTH WHITLEY NAGLE Como

ROBERT L. NEEDS Beaufort

RAYFIELD MIXON NEEL Washington

HANNAH WRAE NELSON Harker Island

THOMAS B. NELSON, JR. Jacksonville

BILLY GENE NICHOLS Walstonburg

ROBERT LEON NICHOLS Walstonburg

KEN ALFRED NIELSON Richmond, Virginia

JAMES CRISPIN NOBLE New Bern

RALPH COLEMAN NORRIS Roxboro

TOMMY K. NORRIS Greenville

JOHN PATRICK O'CARROLL Washington

THOMAS LEON O'NEAL Manteo

PAUL SIDNEY OLIVER Greensboro

GARY SEVIER OUTLAW Vienna, Virginia

FRED LEMUEL OVERMAN Fremont

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"Cheer up, the weekend is coming."

"Heard any good ones lately?"

JIMMY WADSWORTH Beaufort

MARILYN ELAINE PAGE Burlington

BARBARA ANNE PARAMORE Farmville

DONALD LEE PARK Henderson

BETTY LOIS PARKER Tarboro

DORIS E. PARKER Fayetteville

WALLACE PARKER Greenville

WILBARD HOWARD PARKS Scotland Neck

JACOB REID PARROTT, JR. Kinston

DORIS ANN PATE East Rockingham

MARY CAROLE PAUL Edward

GEORGE E. PAYLOR, JR. Roxboro

MARY E. PEADEN Pinetops

TONY BROOKS PEARCE Zebulon

BETTY JEAN PEELE Goldsboro

FOYE A. PEELE Lewiston

NINA LAWRENCE PERKINS Stokes

DAVID CARL PERRY Elizabeth City

EDNA FAYE PHILLIPS Selma

GARY PHILLIPS Rocky Mount

DORA ELIZABETH PIERCE Greenville

EDWARD LEE PILKINGTON, JR. Goldsboro

JACK M. PINDELL Raleigh

BOBBY OVERTON PINNER Columbia

MARY HAYS PLEASANTS Elm City

JOSEPH H. POLLARD Portsmouth, Virginia

DEANNA ELIZABETH POOLE Snow Hill

BOBBY RAY POPE Lexington

MARY ELLEN PORTER Goldsboro

PATSY SPENCE PORTER Greenville

WILLIAM HENRY PORTERFIELD Burlington

GERALD ANDERSON POWELL Reidsville

JERRY WARD POWELL Whiteville

CONNIE PRIEST Kinston

PEGGY DEAN PRIVETTE Rocky Mount

THOMAS F. PRIVETTE North Wilkesboro

BARBARA JANE PRUDEN Roxobel

HARRIET ANN PRUDEN Roxobel

KATHERINE THERESA PRYTHERCH Beaufort

THOMAS HAINES RAGLAND Plymouth

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ROSALYN RAILEY Seven

BOBBY WAYNE RAINEY Elon College

JEAN FRANCES RAINEY Littleton

JOHN RAWLS, JR. Windsor

PATRICIA CASTEEN REAVES Rocky Mount

BETSY REDDING Asheboro

SHERMAN ALPHONSA REGISTER Cove City

ROBERT EARL REID Greenville

PATRICIA LOUISE REILLY Raleigh

FRANCES JEAN REYNOLDS Kinston

LAWRENCE B. REYNOLDS Clinton

BARBARA JEAN RICKS Conway

MIKE GILLIS RIDDICK Greenville

RACHEL ANN RIDDICK Jamesville

NANCY CAROLYN RIGSBEE Durham

FAYE WELLS RIVENBARK Wallace

HAROLD DEAN ROBBINS Lenoir

ESTHER T. ROBERSON Robersonville

CAROLYN ROBERTS Saint Pauls

HILDA ANN ROBERTS Raleigh

GORDON ERIN ROBINSON Washington, D. C.

HENRY SHEPHARD ROGERS Williamston

WILLIAM THEODORE ROGERS Elizabethtown

MARY DIANA ROSE Pantego

ELLEN GIBSON ROSS Greenville

SOPHOMORE CLASS '58

CYNTHIA MILTON ROTH Rocky Mount

LUBY ERIC ROUSE Kinston

MERLE ROWE Blounts Creek

JOHN OLLEN ROYALL, III Goldsboro

ROBERT JOHN RUCK Baltimore, Md.

ISABELLE ELIZABETH RUSSELL Aberdeen

JEAN ELIZABETH RUSSELL Dover

VERNON JULIAN SALMON Wallace

FREDERICK CARLTON SALTER Sea Level

JANNIE EMMALENE SASSER Kenly

JOHN DORSEY SAVAGE Goldsboro

WARREN PATTERSON SAWYER Greenville

WILLIAM LLOYD SCARBOROUGH Buxton

ROGER ARTHUR SCHURRER Clevaland, Wis.

SHELIA ANNE SCOTT Pollocksville

WILLIAM HENRY SCOTT, JR. New Bern

WILLIAM L. SCOTT Cape Charles, Va.

MARY JANE SEAWELL Greensboro

WADE HAMPTON SESSOMS, JR. Fayetteville

LOIS ANNETTE SEYMORE Greenville

MARILYN FAYE SHAVENDER Belhaven

HELEN PATRICIA SHERRIN Scotland Neck

SHELBY JEAN SHEFFIELD Rose Hill

ROSALIE HARDEE SHEW Wilmington

JAMES WILLIAM SHROPSHIRE, JR. Winston-Salem

ERNEST MILTON SINGLETARY Elizabethtown

WILLIAM TALBOT SKEETER Portsmouth, Va.

BERNICE LEON SKINNER Watha

CARL DELMAS SLOAN Chinquipin

BETTY JEAN SMITH Louisburg

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DONALD FRANCIS SMITH Washington D. C.

ELIZABETH ANN SMITH Greenville

EVELYN PATRICIA SMITH Washington

JOANNE SMITH Deep Run

JOYCE MAE SMITH Edenton

KAY FRANCES SMITH Nashville

SHELBY JEAN SMITH Pink Hill

BARBARA ALLEN SMITHWICK Aurora

GEORGE DEO SMOTHERS, JR. Winston-Salem

KATHLEEN SOMERVILLE Plymouth

MICKY E. SORIE Greenville

HOWARD LENTIS SORRELL Angier

DAN MITCHELL SPAIN Washington

RAE ANNE SPEARS Pittsburgh, Pa.

FRED LEWIS SPEIGHT Snow Hill

RENA MAE SPENCER Columbia

REBECCA DOLORES SPIVEY Winton

ROGER COPELAND SPIVEY Hobbsville

REX EDWARD SPURRGIN Tarboro

JANICE KATHLEEN STALLINGS Hertford

RONALD LEE STEPHENS Fayetteville

MIRIAM KERNERY STEPHENSON Smithfield

JANE STEWART Goldsboro

WILLIAM GARBAR STEWART Greensboro

DELLA ANN STOKES Greenville

MARGARET ANN STOKES Greenville

PATRICIA C. STRAIN Lumberton

JEFFERSON B. STRICKLAND Salemburg

JO ANN STRICKLAND Bunnlevel

LYNDA LEIGH STRICKLAND Henderson

THOMAS LINDSEY STRICKLAND Wade

SUSAN REBECCA SURLES Nashville

CARLTON V. SUTTON, JR. Goldsboro

CONNIE LOY SUTTON Greenville

MARJORIE WORTH SUTTON La Grange

SARAH ELIZABETH SUTTON Hertford

SYBIL CLAIRE SINDELL Swan Quarter

DONALD R. TAYLOR Roanoke Rapids

FRED TAYLOR, JR. Greenville

LAURA OPHELIA TAYLOR Angier

"Time out from diving for a little jiving."

"Misplaced Seniors."

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JAMES McCOY TEACHEY Wallace

MYRON MASON TEEL Bethel

EARL TELLIGA Roanoke Rapids

PATRICIA TERRELL Elon

GARY McNEILL THAGGARD Greenville

WILLIAM ROBERT THOMAS Rocky Mount

DAVID ARNOLD THOMPSON Greenville

ALICE FAYE THORNTON Mt. Olive

EMILIE MARGARET TILLEY Fuquay Springs

JAMES E. TRICE Blades, Delaware

BEVERLY JEAN TUCKER Moyock

WILLIAM HARRY TUGWELL Norfolk, Virginia

LUCY ARNETTE TURNAGE Smithfield

ELIZABETH ANN TURNER Smithfield

GEORGE CRAWFORD TURNER Virgina, Va.

JAMES ESTOR TURNER Danville, Virginia

MARIAN TURNER Winton

PATRICIA ANN TURNER Nashville

THOMAS TANNENBAOM TURNER Greensboro

ELLA FRANCES TYSON Wadesboro

NELL LARITA UMPHLETT Portsmouth, Virginia

CAROLYN MEREDITH UPCHURCH Raleigh

GENE E. VANN Goldsboro

HUGH McALPIN VANN, III Elizabethtown

ERIC DALLAS VERNELSON Wallace

SOPHOMORE CLASS '58

JULIA EVANS VICKERS Delco

JANET LEIGH WADSWORTH Woodville

DOTTY W. WALKER Albemarle

THOMAS DERRY WALKER Raeford

JUNE BRINN WALLACE Bath

LEON EARL WALLACE Bath

WILLIAM HARRY WALLACE Clarkton

ALICE T. WALTERS Henderson

JOSEPH WALTERS, JR. Pine Level

LORETTA MARSH WALTERS Monroe

WADE THURMAN WARD Bethel

BOBBY SMITH WARREN Mebane

GEORGE CLIFTON WARREN JR. Rocky Mount

JERRY THOMAS WARREN Spray

REBECCA ANN WARREN Littleton

CAROLYN C. WATERS Washington

BARBARA L. WATSON Bethel

LUCILLE INEZ WEBSTER Pinetown

DALLAS SAUNDERS WELLS Williamston

BARBARA JEAN WEST Fayetteville

JOHN JAMES WEST Durham

REBA FAYE WHALEY Beulaville

LINDA RUTH WHICHARD Greenville

ANN ELIZABETH WHITE Belvidere

BETTY LOU WHITE Gatesville

CLIFTON BRYAN WHITE New Bern

DURWOOD WHITE Bethel

JANE RIVERS WHITE Grimesland

JERRY EUGENE WHITE Merry Hill

KATHERINE RICHARDSON WHITE New Bern

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ROSE MARIE WHITE Pine Level

WILLIAM JOHNSON WHITE, JR. Columbia

PEGGY JOYCE WHITEHURST Robersonville

KATHERINE MOZELLE WHITLEY Bailey

TREVA IRENE WIGGINS Kinston

MINNIE MARGARETTE WIGSS Selma

JULIE KEITH WILDER Virginia Beach, Va.

DOROTHY MAE WILEY Waynesboro, Va.

ARLISS GRAHAM WILLETTS Bolivia

GARNELLE WILLIAMS Kinston

GEORGE EVERETT WILLIAMS Shawboro

JO ANNE WILLIAMS Winterville

ROBERT HOWARD WILLIAMS Tryon

MICHAEL FOWLER WILLIAMSON Newport, R. I.

SARAH ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON Cerro Gordo

HARRIETTE B. WILLIS Rocky Mount

DELANO REESE WILSON Winterville

JANELLE WHITLEY WILSON Bethel

KENNETH EUGENE WILSON Rocky Point

PATRICIA ANNE WILSON New Bern

WILLIAM GILBERT WILSON Oxford

CAROL JUNE WINDOM Plymouth

WILLIAM GRIFFIN WINN Kittrell

LOIS VIOLET WINSLOW Belvidere

BARBARA JEAN WINSTEAD Elm City

SOPHOMORE CLASS '58

CHARLOTTE MARGARET WOODS Durham

BARBARA JOAN WOODY Roxboro

HILTON CUTLER WOOLARD Washington

WILLIAM CARROLL WOOTEN Farmville

ALFRED POE WORTHINGTON Greenville

WILLIAM KENT WORTHINGTON Winterville

JOHN EXUM YARBOROUGH Cary

MARIAN FRANKLIN YOUNG Winston-Salem

"Gee! They took social dancing."

"Loneliness"

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FRESHMEN

nineteen hundred and fifty-eight

We come from everywhere . . . cities, towns, farms . . . predominantly North Carolinians, but many from out of state . . . and all with one common goal.

First, it's orientation, registration, the book store ... and before you know it we're already going to class. Yes, real college men and coeds!

And the third week-the grind has started . . . ten minutes between classes . . . one end of the campus to the other . . . and always the soda shop.

Classes, college union, labs, homework, and extracurricular activities . . . new world so soon and not enouqh of home.

It's a big world, different world, strenuous world . . . it's college life with a twist. But we'll stick it out and next year have even higher goals. 169

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Class Officers

PRESIDENT Preston Whitford

VICE PRESIDENT Dennis Williams

SECRETARY Barbara Jones

TREASURER Jimmy Parker

S. G. A. REPRESENTATIVE Gloria Hofler

FRESHMEN

nineteen hundred and fifty- eight

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SIDNEY MEWBORN ALBRITTON Hookerton

SARAH BLAND ALDREDGE Salisburg

BETTY COMPTON ALLEN Cedar Grove

EDWARD VANCE ALLEN Jamesville

S. DEAN ALLEN Farmville

BETTE LOU ALLIGOOD Washington

RONALD RAY ALLIGOOD Washington

CLARA LYNDA ALPHIN Mt. Olive

LLOYD EARL ALSTON Ahoskie

WILLIAM CLAYTON ANDREWS Rocky Mount

JANET McGEE ARNOLD Raleigh

WILSON THOMAS ARNOLD Supply

MARIATTA ATKINS Burnsville

MELDON SWAYNE AUSTON Gates

ROGER HARDY AVERETTE Greenville

CARL THURSTON AYCOCK Gaston

SONJA DELORES AYCOCK Wilson

MARY FRANCES AYERS Washington

ALICE LOVE BAILEY Statonsburg

BARBARA ANN BAILEY Woddsdale

MICHAEL CHISMAN BAILEY Washington

GEORGE BROOKS BAINES Zebulon

BERNICE MILTON BAKER Reidsville

SARAH JANET BAKER Roseboro

NELSON ISAIC BALDREE Ayden

RICHARD WILLIAM BALDREE Kinston

MARY SUSAN BALLANCE Fremont

BROOKIE ANNE BARBOUR Four Oaks

EDITH RACHEL BARBOUR Willow Springs

PEGGY FREDALYN BARBOUR Wilsons Mills

BRENDA BAREFOOT Benson

LEONARD HALL BARLOW, JR. Kannapolis

DORIS CHRISTINE BARNES Roanoke Rapids

WOODROW WILSON BARNES, JR. Rich Square

NATHAN CLAYTON BARNHILL Stokes

MARY ALICE BARROW Greenville

MARY CAROL BARWICK Kinston

ALDEN GLENN BASS Wilson

FRANCES AMANDA BASS Nashville

LESLIE R. BASS Nashville

MARTHA JANE BATEMAN Durham

PATRICIA JANE BATTEN Laurinburg

BARBARA LOUISE BATTS Bailey

OLIVIA G. BAXLEY Lumberton

FENTON LEE BEALE Boykins, Va.

PEGGY JOYNER BEAM Cherryville

CARLTON REID BEAMAN Snow Hill

ROBERT WAYNE BEASLEY Plymouth

JAMES B. BEATTY Mount Holly

ELMO McCOTTER BELANGIA, JR. Arapahoe

BETTY LOU BELL Atlantic

WALTER JAMES BELL Seaford, Del.

BETTY ANN BEST Mount Olive

JEAN MAXINE BEST La Grange

JORDAN B. BEST Mt. Olive

BOBBIE ANN BETHUNE Bunnlevel

FOY JEROME BIGGERS Concord

MOLLY MARIE BIGGS Williamston

PATRICIA ANN BIGGS Rocky Mount

ROBERT CHARLES BIZZELL Goldsboro

ERNEST RAY BLACKMAN Hallsboro

JUDITH ELLEN BLEDSOE Raleigh

THOMAS ALTON BLEND Norfolk, Va.

ELLEN REBECCA BLUE Carthage

BETSY ROSS BONNER Aurora

JOHN L. BOOTH Rocky Mount

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MARY SUE BOSTIC Benson

JUDY ANN BOSWELL Wilson

JEAN CAROLYN BOWEN Jacksonville

EARL STEPHEN BOYKIN Wilson

DAVID FRANKLIN BRADDY Hobgood

MARCUS SPENCER BRADLEY Hobgood

SAMUEL SWAIM BRANSON Greenville

MACK SCOTT BRINSON Arapahoe

MATTIE ELIZABETH BRITE Elizabeth City

DIANE ELIZABETH BROUGHTON Zebulon

BETTY ANN BROWN Williamston

CYNTHIA ANN BROWN Oak City

EDITH IONE BROWN Kenly

MARY ELLEN BROWN Graham

NANCY VIRGINIA BROWN Greenville

ROBERT CHARLES BROWN Swansboro

SANDRA GAYLE BROWN Shilatt

IVA LOU BRUNSON Greenville

ANN BREWER BRYAN Greenville

ROSALIND MARIE BRYANT Norfolk, Va.

MARILYN ANN BUCK Vanceboro

PATRICIA ANNE BUIE Hope Mills

EVA CAROLYN BULLARD Autryville

LEONA BULLARD Lillington

BRENDA CANNADY BULLOCK Butner

WILLIAM MURRAY BULLOCK Tarboro

JAMES LYNN BURGESS Taylorsville

LINDA CARROL BURKETT Woodville

SYBLE SUE BUTLER Bladenboro

CHARLES HENDERSON BYRD Mt. Olive

REBA KATHLEEN BYRUM Henderson

JEAN NARRON CAPPS Wilsons Mills

MARTHA B. CARRAWAY Snow Hill

THOMAS BURGESS CARROLL Raleigh

JANE WOODLEY CARTER Greenville

MARTHA CAROLYN CARTWRIGHT Camden

IRENE LYNNE CHAMBERS Salisbury

NANCY JANE CHANDLER Burlington

BARBARA JO CHAPPELL Elizabeth City

CLIFTON GILL CHAPPELL Elizabeth City

ALVA LOUISE CHAWNCEY Greenville

VOLNEY LAVERNE CHRISTIE Kannapolis

BETSY JUNE CHRISTMAS Durham

ROBERT LEE CHURCH Lenoir

JOHN ALVAH CHURCHILL, JR. Rocky Mount

JOHN CARL CLAWSON Post Falls, Idaho

STEVEN LYNN CLEMENTS Raleigh

JANE CAROLYN COASTES Four Oaks

HOY JEFFERSON COBB, JR. Rocky Mount

LILLIAN GAIL COHOON Columbia

ROBERT ERNEST COLE Pinetops

SARA ELIZABETH COLE Chapel Hill

MADELYN COLEMAN Greenville

HAZEL MARIE OLLIER Clarkton

ROSSER E. COLLIER, JR. Washville

BILLIE JEAN COLLINS Maysville

GEORGE S. COLTRANE Kernersville

CLYDE DAVID CONNOR Havelock

BILLY HAROLD COOK High Point

VICKI DEAN COOKE Chocowinity

BILLY RICHARD CORBETT Albermarle

JUDITH ARLENE CORBETT Greenville

LAVERNE MARGARET COUGHLAN Greenville

BARBARA ANN COUICK Badin

BONNER LEE COUSINS Kinston

JUDY ARLENE COX Henderson

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Girls who are serving as counselors for the freshman girls in Cotten Hall include Mary Eleanor Sanderson, Nancy Rigsbee, Barbara West, Frances Ann Day, Patsy Coffey (Women's Dorm), Shelby Sheffield, Marsha S. Evans, Dottie McEwen, Rosalie Banks, Pat Lewis, Mary Margaret Kelly, Flora Ruth Boseman, Juliette Cain, Barbara Davenport, Sharon Daughtry, Mary Ellen Porter, Marilyn Shavender, Miriam Humphrey, Marlene Dudley, Edna Faye Phillips, Phyllis House, Dotty Walker, Betty Hart, Jo Ann Bryan, Elizabeth Ann Leary.

MIKKI DIANE COX Jacksonville

NANCY MARGARET COX Smithfield

SARA BLANCHE CRAWFORD Fayetteville

DORIS ANNE CRAWLEY Bellarthur

GEORGE EDWARD CRAWLEY, JR. Wilson

NELL MILES CREDLE Washington

HAYDEN LEO CROOM Greenville

DAVID SHEPHERD CROSS Elizabethtown

NANCY ADELE CROSS Wilmington

REBEKAH ELLEN CROUCH Drakes Beach, Va.

RICHARD EARL CROUCH Fayetteville

KATHRYN ANN CRUMPLER Goldsboro

EVELYN BLYTHE CRUTCHFIELD Winston-Salem

JACKIENETTE CRUTCHFIELD Pittsboro

EMILY ROSE CURRIN Franklinton

RALPH DONALD CUTHRELL Enfield

FREDERICK MARSHALL CUTLER Pantego

HANNAH BOONE CUTLER Washington

JUDD WILSON DANIEL, JR. Rolesbille

HULBERT LESTER DANIELS, JR. Williamston

CHARLES WORL DANT Virginia Beach, Va.

ANN GREY DARDEN Williamston

EDWIN PARKER DAUGHTREY, JR. Franklin, Va.

ANNE ROYLE DAUGHTRY, Durham

RUTH ELIZABETH DAUGHTRY Faison

ANN DOUGLAS DAVIS Mt. Olive

ELIZABETH ANN DAVIS Lucama

ELIZABETH MERSHON DAVIS Wilson

GENE DELANO DAVIS Conway

MARTHA ANN DAVIS Clayton

ROBERT WAYNE DAVIS Warsaw

SUZANNE DAVIS Wilson

ALLAN CORBIN DAY Valley Stream, N. Y.

EARL WEEKS DEAL Winterville

MARSHALL SCOTT DEANS Rocky Mount

JIMMY LEE DEBRUHL Tarboro

EDNA SMITH DENBY Grimesland

CAROLE ANN DIXON Warrenton

MAUDE LEIGH DOBSON Edenton

MARGARET LARUE DOUGHTIE Whitakers

HERMAN LYNWOOD DRYE Wadesboro

LARRY M. DRYE Badin

BLANCHE MYERS DUDLEY Winterville

ERNEST NELSON DUDLEY Greenville

BETTIE JEAN DUNN Henderson

LEON ALGERNON DUNN, JR. Ayden

DORIS CLAIRE DUPONT Plant City, Fla.

MARY RUTH EASON Godwin

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JULIA ELLEN EASON Hookerton

JO ANN EDENS Sneads Ferry

BILLY H. EDMONDSON Tarboro

FRED OTIS EDWARDS Whitakers

JOHNNY D. EDWARDS Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

MARY JANICE EDWARDS Smithfield

RICHARD T. EGERTON Littleton

BARBARA ANN EIDSON Timberlake

HELEN ELIZABETH ELKS Goldsboro

FRANCES LOUISE ELLER Charlotte

TERRIS L. ELLER Kannapolis

MARGARET JOAN ELLIOTT Chadbourn

JESSE C. ELLIS Tarboro

MATT LEE ELMORE Dover

ALYCE CONSTANCE ERWIN Roanoke Rapids

ADA CELESTE EVANS Clarkton

VIRGINIA ANN EVANS Greenville

PATRICIA CAROLE FARMER Butner

WILLIAM R. FAULKNER Rocky Mount

JOSEPHINE FAYED Roanoke Rapids

JEANETTE G. FINNEGAN Norfolk, Va.

WILLIAM P. FINNEGAN Norfolk, Va.

PATRICIA FITZGERALD Selma

IRMA YVONNE FLEMING Greenville

WILLIAM R. FLEMING Greenville

JERRY LEE FLOWERS Jacksonville

DOROTHY MAY FLYNN Richmond, Va.

JOHN W. FORBIS Greensboro

MARY ANN FOSTER Henderson

THEODORE K. FOUNTAIN, JR. Greenville

JUDY FERNE FREEMAN Nashville

CORNELIA K. FULGHUM Middlesex

JIMMY RUDOLPH FUTRELLE Pikesville

BEVERLY ANN GAINES Jamesville

WARREN T. GAINES Fayetteville

BARBARA ANN GALLOWAY Washington

JOHNNY R. GARDNER Williamston

JAMES R. GLOVER Butner

EMMA JEAN GODARD Williamston

FRANCES RAYE GOLD Winterville

ELIZABETH E. GOODWIN Zebulon

PAUL B. GOODWIN Portsmouth, Va.

THELIS R. GORDON Elizabeth City

ROSE MARIE GORNTO Wilmington

NANCY LEE GRAVES Snow Camp

CARLTON W. GRAY Greenville

JAMES L. GRAY Greenville

WILLIAM K. GRAY Rocky Mount

FRANK E. GRAYIEL Tarboro

EDWARD ALLEN GREENE Grifton

CHARLES H. GREGG Virginia Beach, Va.

MARVIN B. GREGORY Myrtle Beach, S. C.

KATIE R. GRICE Goldsboro

CAROLYN ANN GRIFFIN Louisburg

JENNY PERRY GRIFFIN Williamston

MURL C. GRIFFIN Jamesville

CHRIS E. GRIMSLEY New Bern

MARCICE M. GUILFORD Aurora

MARY E. GURGANUS Williamston

LEONARD S. GUY Calypso

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SOPHOMORE COUNSELORS FOR RAGSDALE HALL FRESHMEN

Girls who are serving as counselors for the freshman girls in Ragsdale Hall include; first row, left to right: Ann Drennan, Sallie Carden, Peggy Whitehurst, Janice Mitchell, Dixie Puckette, Norma Ann Harrelson. Second row: Ann J. Thomas, Mattie Lou Harris, Mickey Taylor, Sylvia Capps, Keith Wilder, Margaret Moye, Rebecca Edwards. Third row: Barbara Helms, Sadie Barber, Connie M. Priest, Jane Gidden, Carolyn Elam, Carole Lee, and Patsy Brannock.

JOAN KAY GUTHRIE Salisbury

AMY SUE GWALTNEY New Bern

NANCY OWEN GWTNN Henderson

LAMARR HADLEY Wilson

LOTTIE RHUE HALEY High Point

DIXON S. HALL Fayetteville

JAMES M. HALL, JR. Watha

ANNIE A. HANCHEY Wallace

BETTY FRANCES HARDEE Greenville

MABLE LORENA HARDISON Plymouth

MARY GRACE HARDY LaGrange

JOHN S. HARGETT Trenton

RICHARD FILLMORE HARPER Albertson

WILLIAM B. HARPER Deep Run

GEORGE W. HARRELL, JR. Tarboro

JAMES PATRICK HARRELL Hertford

ROBERT L. HARRELL Clinton

WILBERT RIDDICK HARRELL Norfolk, Va.

GERALD D. HARRIS Cash Corner

HAROLD E. HARRIS Greenville

MOYER L. HARRIS, JR. Asheboro

NANCY W. HARRIS Asheboro

ANN E. HARRISON Williamston

LOIS J. HARRISON Plymouth

WILLIAM A. HARRISON Williamston

BOBBY S. HARTLEY Dunn

DAVID LEE HARVEY Littleton

PATRICIA ANN HARVEY Thomasville

HELEN WHITE HAWES Greenville

MARY EDNA HAWKINS Stokes

JOSEPH C. HAYES Manteo

PEGGY JOYCE HAYES Clinton

LEO D. HEARTT Raleigh

GEORGE G. HEATH New Bern

NANCY K. HEATH Newport

WILLIAM H. HEATH Ayden

PATRICIA ANN HEDSPETH Conway

ROY W. HENDREN Asheville

JON R. HENDRIX Fayetteville

FLORENCE E. HEWETT New Bedford, Mass.

ARLINE HIGH Roanoke Rapids

MARY R. HILL Kinston

BARBARA F. HINES Winterville

CAROLYN J. HINTON Zebulon

LYNDA S. HINTON Kenly

BENNY ROYSTER HOCUTT Wendell

DOROTHY LOU HODGES Sanford

GLORIA ANN HOFLER Hobbsville

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RUTH CAROLYN HOLDER Blowing Rock

NELLIE FAY HOLMES Stella

DELORESS ANN HOLT Graham

SHIRELY JEAN HOLT Burlington

ALICE BESS HOLTON Youngsville

JO ANN HOOKS Porstmouth, Va.

JOHN WALTER HOOPER, JR. Yanceyville

THOMAS STERLING HOPKINS Santa Rosa, Cal.

BILL WAYNE HOPPER Madison

KENNETH RAY HOUCHINS Leaksville

BONNIE LOUISE HOWARD Greenville

MARION RAY HOWARD Jacksonville

WILLIAM CURTIS HOWELL Pikesville

PATRICIA CARROLL HOYLE Winterville

THEO WAYNE HUCKABEE Fayetteville

AUBREY DONALD HUDSON Greenville

SAMUEL PLAMER HUDSON Dunn

JAMES MAYNARD HUFFINES Brown Summit

BETSY CAROLYN HUFFMAN Jacksonville

CHARLOTTE ANN HUMPHRIES Roxboro

MARY CAROLINE HUNT Fayetteville

PATRICIA FAYE HURST Roanoke, Va.

ROBERT L. HUTCHENS Sanford

EDWARD S. HYDE Portsmouth, Va.

KAYE FRANCES HYMAN Oak City

PATRICIA ANN INMAN Lumberton

ANNE LOUELLA JACKSON Salsibury

THOMAS TYSON JACKSON Godwin

CHARLES WOODLAND JAMES Seaford, Del.

NORMA PATSY JAMES Stokes

FLOYD PERSON JENKINS, JR. Snowhill

JOYCE FAYE JENKINS Greenville

RUDD LEE JENSON Portsmouth, Va.

ELIZABETH ANN JERNIGAN Mount olive

JUDITH FAYE JERNIGAN Dunn

ELIZABETH ANN JOHNSON Weaverville

EVELYN CAROLINE JOHNSON Clinton

GLENDA ELLEN JOHNSON Four Oaks

JAMES BARTELETTE JOHNSON Lillington

TEDDY H. JOHNSON Fayetteville

JOHN LINWOOD JOHNSTON Greenville

ALMA KAY JONES Littleton

BARBARA JEAN JONES Raleigh

CONSTANCE GERALDINE JONES Snow Hill

JERALD B. JONES Garner

JOHN ATWOOD JONES Richlands

LARUE FRANCES JONES Raleigh

MYRTLE DANIELLE JONES Durham

REDDICK MERL JONES, JR. Gatesville

SUSAN LOUISE JONES Rocky Point

JACQUELINE JOYNER Lewiston

JEAN HELEN JOYNER Wendell

JAMES TILMAN KEEL Greenville

MARTHA ANNE KELLAM Biscoe

"I'm in the mood for love."

"One, two, three-cheese!"

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JOHN THURSTON KELLY Greenville

NANCY CATHERINE KELLY Wilmington

MARJORIE JEAN KENNEDY Kinston

SALLY JO KENNEDY Beulauille

ANNE OVERTON KING Turkey

SHELBY STEARNS KING New Bern

SUSAN F. KOHLER Conshohocken, Pa.

ANTHONY PAUL KOLANTIS Norfolk, Va.

ROBERT HUGH KORNEGAY Richlands

BARBARA JEAN LAMBERT Kannapolis

PEGGIE ANNETTE LAMM Selma

EDWARD EARLE LANCASTER Vanceboro

DONNA G. LANGLEY Spring Lake

BARBARA JANICE LANGSTON Boldsboro

PHYLLIS CAROLE LANGSTON Raleigh

LEONARD GASPARE LAO Ports, Va.

RUSSEL L. LASSITER Colerain

SUE EVELYN LASSITER Four Oaks

DONALD RAY LAWHORN Newton Grove

CLARA MARGARET LAWRENCE Raleigh

MARY LEALA LAWRENCE Tarboro

PATRICIA ANN LAYE Belmount

MARY BURGE LECLERC Southport

BARBARA ANN LEE Benson

BERLES HENRY LEE Williamston

EARNEST W. LEE JR. Roanoke Rapids

EDWARD GRAHAM LEE Greenville

JO ANN LEE Benson

LLOYD HAYWOOD LEE Watha

ROSA LOU LEE Willow Spring

SARA GAYE LEE Roseboro

MARGARET C. LEEUWENBURG Wilmington

JOANN BARBER LEITH Greenville

CHARLES H. LEWIS Belmont

JOE LELAND LEWIS Belmont

WAYDIE D. LEWIS JR. Greenville

WAYNE BEALE LEWTER Woodland

BARBARA ROSE LINDSAY Faison

DONNA CLAIRE LINEY Hampton

LARRY SMITH LISK Albemarle

GERALDINE LITTLE Delco

WILLIAM W. LITTLE Falkland

GLENDA FAYE LLOYD Burlington

JOE NELSON LOFLIN Fayetteville

NANCY ELIZABETH LOMAX Kannapolis

IRONE LONG Ash

MARDGE ETTA LUPTON Belhaven

LENDORA ANN LYTCH Laurinburg

ROBERT SIDNEY McCOTTER Grifton

BARBARA S. McCOR Boykin, Va.

JIMI ELIZABETH McDANIEL Kinston

CLARA ANNETTE McDONALD Seaford, Del.

DUDITH ANNE McDUFFIE Columbia

CHARLOTTE ROSE McLAMB Four Oaks

JESSIE LUCILE McLAWHORN Ayden

LOIS JOHNSON McLEAN Raeford

RACHEL ANNE McLEOD Sanford

HARRIET LEE MAHER Norfolk

LONA JEANETTE MANNING Robersonville

MARTHA NELL MARCOM Raliegh

EDITH GAIL MARTIN Everetts

JAMES EDWARD MARTIN Colinsville

JOSEPH ROY MARTIN JR. Greenville

SHERRY ANNE MASKE Rockingham

ARTHUR KELLY MASON JR. Fayetteville

JAMES TUCKER MASON Greensboro

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BARBARA MATTHEWS Castalia

DORIS ELIZABETH MATTHEWS Carthage

PATRICIA MATTHEWS Fuquay Springs

PATSY MARIE MAYNARD Warrenton

BETTY CARLENE MAYNOR Burlington

VERENA JOYCE MEADS Greenville

HILDA LEE MELTON Battleboro

THOMAS HENRY MELTON Hamlet

DORIS ANN MERCER Bladenboro

JAMES L. MERCER Greenville

JOYCE FAYE MERRITT Kinston

CHARLES GARLAND MILES JR. Richmond, Va.

CAROLYN GENEVIEVE MILLER Richfield

CLARENCE L. MILLER Faison

EVELYN HARRIET MILLER Norfolk, Va.

FRANK HARVEY MILLER JR.

BARBARA ANN MILLS Greenville

GERALENE MILLS Richmond, Va.

JAMES R. MILLS Winterville

BETTY FRANCES MILTON Lillington

JAMES GORDON MINTON Belcross

BETTY JEAN MOBLEY Winterville

LELIA BELLE MODLIN Jamesville

WILLIAM LEONARD MONDS Dunn

MITCHELL STONE MOON Lynchburg, Va.

SANDRA LEE MOON

BARBARA ANN MOORE Columbia

BETTY FAYE MOORE Roanoke Rapids

CECIL RAY MOORE Williamsburg, Va.

GUY MERCIL MOORE Greenville

MARTHA TETTERTON MOORE

ADINA DEAN MORRIS Goldsboro

BURL STEVENS MORRIS Concord

JEANETTE ANN MORTLAND

BARBARA ANN MOSER Julian

MOLLY RATHRYN MOTLEY Stoneville

JEAN ALYN MOTTERN Roanoke Rapids

SHIRLEY GRAY MOZINGO Princeton

JEAN YVONNE MULLEN Hubert

RACHAL YVONNE MULLINS Enfield

CHARLES RAYE MUNN Rockingham

MILDRED SUZANNE MURRAY Oyster Bay, N. Y.

ROBERT FLEMING MURRAY Creedmoor

HOWARD R. MYRICK Roanoke Rapids

DAVID CHESTER NAGLE Benton Harbor, Mich.

ARHIE EDMOND NEWBY Greenville

WILBUR LEE NEWMAN Chadbourn

GILES LANE NEWSOME Elizabeth City

MARY BETH NOCHOLS Sims

THOMAS ALBERT NICHOLS Mt. Airy

WILLIAM THOMAS NICHOLS Greenville

MARY ALENE NOBLES Tabor City

WILLIAM THOMAS NORRIS JR. Raleigh

GEORGE R. OUELLETTE Virginia Beach, Va.

FRANCES YELBA OUTLAND Rich Square

WILLIAM MALCOLM OUTLAND Roanoke Rapids

LINDABELLE OUTLAW Vienna, Va.

CHARLES GILBERT OVERCASH Kannapolis

BETTIE RAE OVERMAN Goldsboro

CAROLYN LEE OVERMAN Goldsboro

JOYCE NELL OVERMAN La Grange

K. MARLENE OVERMAN Mt. Olive

PATRICIA DARE OVERMAN Kenly

PHILLIP EARL OVERTON Jamesville

SHELBY JEAN OVERTON Hertford

HILDA FAYE OWENS Fountain

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WILMA RAE PAIT Bladenboro

JANE PALMGREN Rocky Mount

BLANCO BENJAMIN PARKER Pine Level

CECIL W. PARKER Havelock

CYNTHIA TREAVLYN PARKER Stokes

JAMES KENNETH PARKER Goldsboro

JOAN MARIE PARKER Greenville

ADDIE LENORA PATE Goldsboro

ARCHIBALD HANER PATE Goldsboro

NORMAN STUART PATTEN Mt. Olive

STANLEY DAVID PEADEN Greenville

JOSEPH ARNOLD PEELE Aulander

TED LEWIS PENNY Coats

LOIS FAYE PERRY Rolesville

LOWELL GENE PERRY Colerain

CHARLES LEE PHARR Tarboro

MARGARET WHITE PHELPS Greenville

WILLIAM THOMAS PHELPS So. Norfolk, Va.

BARBARA RUBELLE PHILLIPS Grifton

CHARLES LARRY PHILLIPS Goldston

LEEUNA GRAVES PHILLIPS Burlington

LILLIE MAE PHILLIPS Warsaw

PATSY BRYANT PHILLIPS Fountain

WILLIAM FRED PICKETT Greenville

BETTY LOU PIERCE Gatesville

JOHN GARRETT PIERCE, JR. New Castle Del.

SALLY EVANS PIERCE Colerain

JAMES ATLAS PINKHAM Washington

MARTHA COULSON PINKERTON Norfolk, Va.

ANDREA LANE PITTMAN Raleigh

CURTIS SEWELL PITTMAN Roanoke Rapids

BARBARA SUE PLEASANTS Raleigh

BARBARA ANN POLLARD Greenville

SAMUEL RICHARD POLLARD Torboro

ELIZA SANDRA PORTER Greenvile

PENNIE JEANETTE PORTER Salemburg

ADA CAROLYN POWERLL Youngsville, Va.

SYLVIA ANNE POWELL Boykin, Va.

EVELYN POWELL Claredon

JESSE WILLIAM POWELL Greenville

THOMAS JEFFERSON POWELL Greenville

MELBOURNE HENRY PRIDGEN Rocky Mount

ALICE FAYE PUCKETT Clayton

CHARLOTTE MARIE PURIFOY New Bern

LARRY GALLOWAY PURSER Ayden

BOBBY EMMETT RAINES Raleigh

MARGARET ANN RANKIN Mocksville

NANCY LOUISE RAWLES Henderson

GOERGE W. RAY JR. Durham

MARY BEA RAY Selma

ANN CLIFT REDMAYNE Wilmington

HASSEL OSCAR RESPESS Plymouth

MARY LOU REYNOLDS Williamston

LINDA GREY RICE Grantsboro

"I want to hear it again, I want to hear it again, The old piano roll blues!"

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"What happened?"

JOHN EDWIN RICHARDSON Zebulon

BETTY REA RIDDICK Hobbsville

MARY JOYCE RIVENBARK Wallace

DORIS FAYE ROBBINS Roanoke Rapids

CAROL SAUNDERS ROBERSON Williamston

STANLEY FLOYD ROBERSON, JR. Kinston

RICHARD SCOTT ROBERTS Southport

CARROLL B. ROBERTSON, JR. Jackson

CHARLES DAVID ROGERS Monroe

JANIE STANEILL ROLLINS Bethel

JO ANNA ROOKE Greenville

OLA MAE ROSS Swan Quarter

SHIRLEY ANNE ROZIER Greenville

GARNES LANIER RUMLEY Brown Summit

JIMMY RUSS Abbottsburg

ELIZABETH ANNE RUSSELL Hubert

BONNY LEE RUTLEDGE Ayden

CLAUDETTE ANN SANDERS Elizabeth City

BOBBY BENTON SASSER Greenville

CAROL ANNETTE SASSER Pikeville

NETTIE JANE SASSER Greenville

ALICE LUCRETIA SAULS Fremont

JANICE CAROLE SAUNDERS Rockingham

MICKIE SUMRELL SAVAGE Farmville

ROBERT CLYDE SEATE, JR. Wilson

S. JANE SELBY Columbia

VIRGINIA ROSS SERMONS Greenville

WILLIAM AUBREY SERMONS Greenville

BOBBY RAY SETZER Raeford

LEWIS MILTON SHAW Richlands

RICHARD LEE SHOE Burlington

LARRY WILSON SHOOTER Fairmont

BOBBY LEE SHUMAKER North Wilkesboro

REBECCA ANN SIGLEY Durham

THELMA JANE SKIPPER Whiteville

AGNES ANNE SMITH Grimesland

ALICE FROST SMITH Garland

CAROLYN ANNETTE SMITH Greenville

CAROLYN ELDORA SMITH Four Oaks

CHARLES LEE MSITH Washington

DONALD SMITH Porstmouth, Va.

DOROTHY CRAIG SMITH Zebulon

FLOYD ARTHUR SMITH Grifton

JOHN MICHAEL SMITH Charlotte

JUNE MAYWOOD SMITH Ayden

M. ELIZABETH SMITH Fountain

MARKIE ANN SMITH Goldsboro

NELL AILEEN SMITH Nashville

PATRICIA ANN SMITH Corinth Holders

SANDI GAY SMITH Kernersville

SUE ELLEN SMITH Greenville

WILLIAM SAMUEL SMITH Charlotte

GROVER ALLEN SMITHWICK Morehead City

JOHN MICHAEL SOUTHERLAND Greenville

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JAMES HORACE SPEIGHT, JR. Kinston

JOHN THOMAS SPRY Winston-Salem

JOHN RUSSELL STANCIL Angier

WILLIS JOHNSTON STANCIL Greenville

KEITH A. STARLIHG Fayetteville

MARY ELIZABETH STEWART Goldsboro

VERNON ERWIN STOCKS Havelock

JAMES GARRET STONE Reidsville

SANDRA SUE STRICKLAND Raleigh

GLENDA TAYLOR STUBBS Greenville

ANNE LINDLEY SUGG Washington D. C.

LEONARD F. SUTTON Mount Olive

PRISCILLA SUE SUTTON Ayden

NOAH FRANCIS SWANSON Morehead City

BARBARA ANN SWEENEY Rose Hill

LEON FRANCIS SWENTON North Plainfield, N. J.

ROSEMARY KERR SWISHER Washington

MARGARET SUE SYKES Baltimore, Md.

GERALD W. SYLIVANT Snow Hill

JULIA ERLENE TANDY Frisco

MARVIN ALFRED TANNER Washington

ADELL TAYLOR Richlands

CHARLES WINFIELD TAYLOR Raleigh

ELIZABETH ANNE TAYLOR Como

FRANCIS BEASLEY TAYLOR Kinston

JUDITH MASON TAYLOR Chocowinity

JULIA ELIZABETH TAYLOR Pink Hill

OPAL DAWN TAYLOR Tarboro

SYLVIA JEAN TAYLOR Vanceboro

TALMAGE RAY TAYLOR Dunn

WILLIAM SEYMOUR TAYLOR Linden

MAX CANADA TEACHEY Wallace

NORWOOD KARROLLL TEACHEY Wallace

JAMES WALTER TERRY Williamston

JOANN TEW Williamston

LOIS CHRISTINE THARRINGTON Nashville

ANGELETA ELIZABETH THOMAS Pink Hill

BETTY EMILY THOMAS Pittsboro

IDA SUE THOMAS Raleigh

SYLVIA ANN THOMAS Sanford

FRANCES LOUISE THOMPSON Macon

JUDITH DARE THORNTON Mount Olive

MARTHA KATHLEEN THURMAN Rocky Mount

PEGGY MERRIEL TINGEN Fuquay Springs

THURMAN OLIVER TODD Roanoke Rapids

CAROLYN INEZ TRIPP Shallotte

PATRICIA TUCKER TRIPP Grimesland

HERBERT CLIFTON TUCKER, III Benson

GRACE ELEIZABETH TUNNELL Greenville

REUBEN PERRY TURNER Plymouth

ALICE JUANITA TYLER Cerro Gordo

DAVID RAY TYNDALL Goldsboro

CELIA ANN TYSON Burlington

SOPHIA ANN TWIFORD Engelhard

TONY COLEMAN UPCHURCH Greenville

SALLY MARIE VADNAIS Camp Lejune

ANGELINE JOAN VAN DYK Pantego

JERRY BRONSON VAN DYKE Belmont

WINNIE LORRAINE VANDIFORD Hookerton

BEARL D. VICK Rocky Mount

MARLENE LAVERNE VICK Spring Hope

ANDREW JACKSON VINSON, III Windsor

JOHN MCDONALD WALSTON Snow Hill

BARBARA JEAN WARNER Whiteville

BETTY ALLEN WARREN Roseboro

JOHN M. WARREN Grantsboro

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FRESHMAN CLASS '58

ADRIAN CAROLIN WATERS New Bern

ALICE DAWN WATERS Winterville

BOBBY WAYNE WATERS Roanoke Rapids

JACQULYN OVERTON WATERS Jamesville

MINNIE EUGINE WATSON Wilson

E. PEARL WATTS Whiteville

JOHN GILLIAM WATTS Woodsdale

DIANE WEBBB Pinetops

SYLVESTER BURDITT WELCH Arlington, Va.

JEAN ELIZABETH WELLS Wallace

BARNEY HUGH WEST Durham

BETSY JOYCE WEST Roseboro

JAMES ALDERMAN WEST Aberdeen

PATRICIA LEE WEST Greenville

ALICE C. WETHERINGTON Robersonville

JOEL C. WETHERINGTON Vanceboro

CORNELIA FRANCES WHEELER Holly Springs

WILLIS K. WHICHARD, JR. Greenville

ALLEN A. WHITE Scotland Neck

FRANKLIN C. WHITE Bladenboro

MARIAN CAROL WHITE Greenville

PATRICIA ANNE WHITE Elizabeth City

RICHARD LEE WHITE, JR. Randleman

SUE C. WHITE Salemburg

WARREN KEITH WHITE Pine Level

IRENE NANETTE WHITEHURST Stokes

JANYCE WHITFIELD Robersonville

JOYCE WHITFIELD Robersonville

CLEO PRESTON WHITFORD Washington

ANN WARD WHITLEY Pantego

BETTY MAE WICKER Sanford

HARRY LEE WICKER Sanford

JUDY PENELOPE WILES Greensboro

JAMES WAKEFIELD WILKERSON Lumberton

ALLEN JEANNETTE WILLIAMS Hertford

CLEO ROGER WILLIAMS Roanoke Rapids

DEMPSEY H. WILLIAMS Fayetteville

DENNIS EARL WILLIAMS Kinston

EDGAR VAL WILLIAMS Wilmington

ELIZABETH MAE WILLIAMS Burlington

SANDRA NELL WILLIAMS Raleigh

VIVIAN ANN WILLIAMS Fayetteville

CHARLES ESTEN WILLIS Newport

ELIZABETH ANNE WILLIS Beaufort

WILLIAM KING WILLIS Greenville

JOYCE ANNETTE WILLOUGHBY Ayden

BARBARA WALLS WILSON Greenville

DIXIE WILSON Dunn

GEORGE McDUFFIE WILSON Lexington

JANET ELIZABETH WILSON Lexington

KELVIN THALES WOOD Durham

HARLEY VAN WOODARD Grifton

STEVE LEADFORD WOOLARD Washington

AGNES CORINNE WOOTEN Kinston

GLENDA FAYE WORKMAN Mebane

SUE M. WYLIE Arlington, Va.

DURWOOD KIRBY WYNNE Washington

PEGGY FRANCES WYNNE Franklinton

PEGGY O'NEIL WYNNE Williamston

CARRA LYNN YELVERTON Fremont

HAROLD EDWIN YERT, JR. Washington

SANDRA MAE YORKS Durham

MARGARET ALICE YOUNG Henderson

THOMAS GLENN YOUNG Lexington

GEORGE JOHN ZAMBOS Belhaven

SUZANNE GAY ZIGLAR Cheverly, Md.

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TWO-YEAR BUSINESS STUDENTS . . . SECOND YEAR

First row, left to right:

MARY E. ASHWORTH Fuquay Spring

BETTY R. AUSTIN Aurora

MARTHA BABB Roanoke Rapids

SUE BAKER Badin

ANNETTE L. BARNES Elizabeth City

FRANCES Y. BARNES New Bern

NANCY P. BOWEN Washington

ROGER M. BULLOCK Greenville

Second row, left to right:

WALTER BURUS Engelhard

CHARLETTA CARTWRIGHT Elizabeth City

M. DEANNE COLEMAN Whiteville

BARBARA CONWAY Greenville

DOTTIE T. CRUMPLER Goldsboro

LYNNE DAVIS Raleigh

MARLENE R. EASON Selma

JOHN FUNK New Bern

Third row, left to right:

JUNE HALL Durham

GOLDIE J. HICKS Oxford

ROSE M. HOFFLER Sunbury

CARYL B. HUNTER Charlotte

MARY L. JOHNSON Plymouth

AUDREY L. JOYNER Ayden

SHIRLEY L. KILPATRICK Cove City

MARJORIE A. LAWS Roanoke Rapids

Fourth row, left to right:

MARGARET LEGGETT Scotland Neck

KAYE C. LEONARD Lexington

DONNA L. LITTLETON Badin

LYNN MAGER Plymouth

BETTY SUE MERCER Pink Hill

GLENDA K. MILLER Whiteville

J. ADELAIDE NEWSOM Weldon

NANCY L. PHELPS Windsor

Fifth row, left to right:

MYLVYN E. PITTMAN Rocky Mount

WILLIAM E. POWELL Goldsboro

DIXIE L. PUCKETTE Colerain

LOU RAYNOR Morrisville

RONITE RESPESS Greenville

BARBARA S. SANDEL Raleigh

JERRY A SANDLIN Beulaville

JOSIE SHEARIN Louisberg

Sixth row, left to right:

ANNE B. SPELL Roseboro

DORIS THERRIEN Henderson

JUDITH V. THOMPSON Whiteville

TENNYS E. WARREN Mt. Olive

CATHERINE A. WORTHINGTON LaGrange

JUNE CAROLYN YOUNTZ Lexington

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POLLY NELL ADAMS Fuquay Springs

VELMA DEAN ALCOCK Pollocksville

PATRICIA E. ADAMS Greenville

GENE ARDEN ALSTON Littleton

LOIS E. ATKINSON Fayetteville

JACQUELYN N. BAKER Zebulon

JUDITH L. BARNES Wilson

SANDRA JEAN BASDEN Ayden

CYNTHIA BELANGIA Arapahoe

LORETTA A. BENTON Hobbsville

CAROLYN A. BRASWELL Nashville

LOIS JEANETTE BROWN Greenville

BARBARA A. BUNCH Hobbsville

BARBARA A. BUTNER Burlington

JOSEPH B. CAHOON Engelhard

DOROTHY LEE CARRICK High Point

ALICE D. CHAFFIN South Mills

JIMMY L. COLEMAN Tabor City

IDA REBECCA COLEY Rocky Mount

ELIZABETH A. COX Raleigh

PEGGY J. CRAWFORD Robersonville

O. EARLENE CULIPHER Elizabeth City

TWO-YEAR BUSINESS STUDENTS

NANCY E. DAVIS Henderson

ANN HARRIET EAKINS Atkinson

PAUL D. EDWARDS Fayetteville

JANET R. FANSLER Winston-Salem

MARY LEE FIELDS Greenville

MATTIE L. FLEMING Greeville

BARBARA LOU FORD Raleigh

NAN FOREST Tavares, Fla.

LUCIE ANN FRYAR Carolina Beach

GROVER T. HALL III Fayetteville

POPE LOFTIN HARDEE Smithfield

JANET MAE HARRIS Bunn

PATRICIA HARRIS Bethel

CLIFTON HARRISON LaGrange

PHYLLIS HEARNE High Point

LILLIAN HOFLER Hertford

EMMA LOU HURDLE Moyock

VIRGINIA HUTCHINSON Red Springs

AUDREY T. INMAN Evergreen

DOROTHY C. JOHNSON Trenton

KENNETH R. JONES New Bern

JOHNNY A. KERR Roanoke Rapids

PATSY M. KILPATRICK Dover

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JANE ELIZABETH KING Warrenton

NANCY CAROL KINSEY Laurinburg

GLENDA FAYE LLOYD Burlington

BETTY LOU MARSHBOURNE Spring Hope

LUCY JANE MASSEY Gaston

PATRICIA ANN MILLIKIN Weldon

PATRICIA MORGAN Washington

MARJORIE J. MORRIS Kenly

THOMAS A. MUSTIAN, JR. Whitakers

ERNEST G. MYRICK Lillington

LOUISE FRANCES NEWSOM Scotland Neck

DORIS KAY OVERTON Norfolk, Va.

JYMME B. PARKER Suncury

LEWIS A. PHELPS Greenville

LUCILE M. PICKETT Farmville

PEGGY PRIDGEN Wilmington

MARY JO REGISTER Carolina Beach

MADIE RUTH ROBBINS Garysburg

MINNIE C. ROGERSON Williamston

E. CELENE ROZIER Lumberton

EMMIE GRACE RUSSELL Dover

SYLVIA MARIE SAMPEDRO Durham

... FIRST YEAR

JUDITH F. SAMUELS Burlington

EDITH B. SHEARIN Macon

CLAYTON B. SIMMONDS Fayetteville

BARBARA A. SMITH Vanceboro

BARBARA I. SMITH Fayetteville

BARBARA JEAN SMITH Durham

MARTHA ANNE SMITH Raleigh

MADELINE SPENCE Kinston

JUDITH STRICKLAND Wade

HELEN RHEA STURKIE Rockingham

CHRISTINE J. STYRON Morehead

SANDRA LOU SWINDELL Fairfield

SONJA H. TAYLOR Robersonville

GLORIA C. THOMAS Warsaw

SYLVIA L. UZZELL Scotland Neck

HOWARD J. WALKER Plymouth

BARBARA L. WILLIAMS Morehead City

NITA CAROL WILLIAMS Swan Quarter

ORMOND E. WILLIAMS Greenville

JUDITH ANN WILLIS Morehead City

FRANCES A. WINN Louisburg

BETTY L. WOOLARD Pinetown

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CAROLE McDaniel

This petite lassie was Homecoming Queen this year. Carole Mc- Daniel is from Kinston, and beauty dominates her family, for her sister appears on the opposite page. Carole is a transfer student who is now a Junior at East Carolina. She was a radiant queen and made the Homecoming weekend more enjoyable.

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JIMI McDaniel

Jimi McDaniel, a freshman from Kinston, is Military Queen. She is a sparkling coed who represented her home town in the Miss North Carolina Pageant last summer. Jimi was chosen by the members of the AFROTC to reign over their Military Ball this spring.

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BETTY ANN THOMAS

Betty Ann Thomas is a lovely lassie who ruled as Summer School Queen. She is a Junior from Sanford, N. C. Usually, Betty can be seen around campus wearing her big smile that has won her many friends.

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BETTY JO ADAMS

Blonde hair, blue eyes, and personality plus are trademarks of Betty Jo Adams. Last spring she was Azalea Queen and repre- sented our college at the Azalea Festival in Wilmington. She met many different people and won many friends.

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CHIEF MARSHAL

Chief marshal Elizabeth Ann Bowman is a science major from Liberty, N. C. Lib, as she is called by her friends, is a girl who has a sparkling personality. She is always aglow and ready to help in any job she is appointed to do. In addition to marshaling, she has served as publicity chair- man for the YWCA.

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MARSHALS

THESE ARE THE GIRLS WHO USHER YOU TO YOUR SEAT AT THE COLLEGE EVENTS. EACH SPRING THERE IS A CAMPUS-WIDE ELECTION TO CHOOSE SIXTEEN JUNIOR GIRLS TO SERVE THE FOLLOWING YEAR. THEY SOMETIMES WEAR WHITE GOWNS AND SOMETIMES BLACK SUITS, ACCORDING TO THE OCCASION. THE SMILES OF THESE ATTRACTIVE GIRLS WELCOME YOU TO OUR COLLEGE.

Mary Lou Wyrick is an Art major from Gibsonville, N. C. She also likes to play tennis when she's not painting. Mary Lou has served as S.G.A. representative from the Junior class.

This dark-haired Senior is an English major from Lillington, N. C. Ann John- son, in addition to all her other activi- ties, likes to dance.

Known for her beautiful auburn hair and other striking features, Carolyn Ay- cock is always busy with extracurricular activities. A Primary Education major from Pantego, N. C, she also finds time to read novels and play tennis.

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COLLEGE

In addition to being a marshal, Janet Hodges is well known for outstanding performances at the football games. She's head cheer- leader. A Social Studies major, she is from Sanford.

Patricia Allman is a Primary Education major from Zebulon, N. C. In addition to serving on the Garrett Hall House Committee, she likes to swim and sing.S

Blond-haired Nancy Joan Willis is a Home Economics major from Williston, N. C. She is active in Phi Omicron and has served as a delegate to the Amer- ican Home Economics Association.

Hilda Grey Lowe likes to dance and collect snapshots while she isn't busy ushering for the college functions. She is a Grammar Grade Education major from Winston-Salem.

Jean Mitchell is an English major from Washington, N. C. She likes classical music, sewing, and reading.

Sylvia Jones, in addition to marshaling for college functions, finds time to serve as president of the Future Business Leaders of America. She is a Business major from Kinston.

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MARSHALS

Peggy Kepley is a Primary Educa- tion major from High Point and is well known for her activities in the American Childhood Education Association. She likes to swim and play records.

A Primary Grade Education major, Mary Lou Dickens likes to dance, swim, and design. She is from Littleton, N. C, and was sponsored in the homecoming festivities by Phi Kappa Alpha.

Janet Wall, a brown-haired Junior from Smithfield, in addition to serving as marshal, has been active in the Home Economics department and Phi Omi- cron. She likes to listen to classical music when she isn't "cooking" for the B.S.U.

Dark brown hair and hazel eyes are trademarks for Barbara June Davenport, a Primary Grade Edu- cation major from Creswell, N. C. In addition to serving on several S.G.A. committees, she also dances and collects records.

Alice Anne Home is as versatile as the characters she portrays for the College Playhouse. She is an English major from Tabor City.

Besides ushering for college events, Martha Wilson is well known for her varied activities around the campus. She is a Grammar Grade Education ma- jor from Winston-Salem.

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MAY DAY QUEEN

Pretty Patricia Everton from Columbia, N. C, was Queen of the May. She is called Pat by her many friends and is a Primary Education major. She has a friendly smile and a warm hello for everyone she meets. Pat is well liked by all the students and she made a most charming queen.

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MAY DAY 1957

Pat Everton, a pretty blonde, reigned over the May Day Festivities of 1957. Her maid of honor was Jane Crofton from Plymouth, N. C. Although it rained, Wright Auditorium was decorated, and the festivities were enjoyed by a large crowd. The girls were beautiful, and the children who did the May Pole Dance were charming.

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MAY

JANE CROFTON

ANN HUGHES

JANET HODGES

LILLIAN COHEN

RACHAEL LANG

JANE CARTER

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DAY

JANET FLETCHER

ANN HALL

NEEL DUPREE

JACKIE McDANIEL

JERRY McDANIEL

ANN MAYO

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ALL NINE DORMITORIES ON CAMPUS

Eleven Girls Represent

and Home Management House

Just who gets to ride on top of the back seats of the convertibles in the Homecoming parade? Shall we settle now for the eleven beauties who spon- sored Umstead, Slay (both boy's dorms), Ragsdale, Cotten, Jarvis, Fleming, Wilson, Garrett, Women's Dormitory, the day stu- dents, and the Home Management House in the 1958 top event?

JOYCE RIVENBARK

Miss Ragsdale Hall

Joyce Rivenbark has dark hair and dark eyes and was sponsored by Rags- dale Hall. She is a home economics major from Wallace, North Carolina. Her special interests include science, art, and writing.

LINDA KEE

Miss Cotten Hall

Linda Kee is a business major from Belmont and was sponsored in the Homecoming parade by Cotten Hall. Her hobbies include swimming and dancing.

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ARE REPRESENTED IN HOMECOMING

Nine Dormitories, Day Students, Homecoming Parade

These girls are chosen by their respect- ive dormitories, etc., because of their poise, personality, beauty, and popularity. Each girl usually wears a two-piece suit with a big yellow mum pinned on the left shoulder while riding in the parade. It is certainly considered an honor to be chosen a sponsor in the Homecoming festivities.

JACKIE CRUTCHFIELD

Miss Women's Hall

Jackie Crutchfield, sponsored by Women's Hall, has brown hair and blue eyes. She is a grammar education ma- jor from Pittsboro. Her special interests include dancing, piano, sports, and sewing.

PEGGIE SMITH

Miss Fleming Hall

Fleming Hall chose brown-haired Peggie Smith for their representative in the Homecoming festivities. Peggy is a grammar education major from Angier, North Carolina, and likes swimming.

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BETTY PHILLIPS

Miss Garrett Hall

Left: Betty Phillips is a primary education major from Warsaw, North Carolina, and represented Garrett Hall in the Homecoming parade. In addition to cheerleading, her special interests include music and sports.

ELEANOR BOWDEN

Miss Jarvis Hall

Right: Jarvis Hall chose Eleanor Bowden to rep- resent them in the homecoming festivities. Eleanor is a primary education major from Faison, North Carolina, and has special interests in the fields of music and sports.

SYLVIA CAPPS

Miss Slay Dormitory

Left: Sylvia Capps, from Warrenton, North Caro- lina, was sponsored by Slay Hall. She has dark hair and brown eyes and special interests in pho- tography and sports. She is a primary education major.

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KAYE LEONARD

Miss Umstead Dormitory

Pretty Kaye Leonard, with blue eyes and blonde hair, was sponsored by Umstead Dormitory. She is a two-year major from Lexington, North Carolina. Her interests include music and sports.

JANE BERRYMAN

Miss Day Students

Jane Berryman is an art major from Greenville and was sponsored in the Homecoming parade by the day students. In addition to art, she also has interests in the field of dramatics.

MERLE COUNCIL

Miss Wilson Hall

Merle Council represented Wilson Hall in the Homecoming parade. She is from Fayetteville and is majoring in business education. Her interests include swimming, dancing, and sports.

PEGGY HARVIN

Miss Home Management House

Peggy Harvin is a home economics major here at the college and is a senior. She was living in the Home Management House at the time she was chosen its sponsor.

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WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN

The outstanding achievements of these thirty-six seniors are recognized because of their outstanding leader and academic abil- ity in their college careers. In acknowledge- ment of these qualities, these students have been accorded the honor of representing East Carolina College in the 1958 Volume of WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMER- ICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

CALVIN CHESSON

Everyone knows Calvin Chesson for his great work with the "Dreamers." He organized the dance band and managed it for four years. Calvin has also been an active member of the Student Govern- ment Association, serving as vice president his senior year. A Business major here at the college, Calvin found law and accounting to be his favorite subjects. He also loves to hunt, read, dance, and isten to all types of music.

BETSY T. WILLSON

Many honors have been awarded Betsy Willson, a Home Economics major from Roxboro, during her four years of college life. Betsy was president of the Home Economics fraternity, Phi Omicron, her junior year and was a member of the Home Economics Club all four years. She was also active in the Student Government Association and the YWCA.

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AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES,

Recognition for Contribution to Outstanding Leadership and Academic Ability

ANN HUGHES

An outstanding student during her four years at East Carolina, Ann was chief marshal her junior year. While a student here, she has been a Homecoming sponsor, and a -member of both the Student Government Asso- ciation and the Art Club. Her greatest interest the art field, especially the fine arts. Aside from this interest, Ann loves dancing, photography, and playing the piano.

JANET FLETCHER

Showing superiority as an English student, Janet Fletcher was very active in the English Club. Her favorite English subject is American Literature. Janet loved stu- dent teaching and found Greenville High School a great place to teach. Some of her hobbies are refinishing old furniture, dancing, listening to classical music, and reading.

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EDWIN A. DENNIS

This versatile guy was chairman of the Men's Judiciary his junior year, has been president of Phi Sigma Pi, vice president of Circle K, and sports editor of the BUC- CANEER for four years. Being a Health and Physical Education major, Eddie likes to play badminton and tennis. He also likes classical and semi-classical music. His plans are to teach and coach and get an M.A. in Education.

BETTY G. PHILLIPS

A Primary Grade Education major, Betty Phjllips has served as assistant chief cheerleader this year. She was a homecoming sponsor two of her four years, and this year she represented Garrett Hall in the Homecoming festivities. Betty likes to play bridge, work crossword puzzles, and dance.

MARCIA D. FORBES

An active member of the E. C. Playhouse, May Court representative, college Marshal and member and chair- man of the S.G.A. Elections Committee have been a few of Marcia's activities. Other activities have been in the Music Department, a carry-over of a special "like" in high school. Marcia is a Social Studies major who collects china figurines.

ROBERT T. MAYNARD

A member of the football and track teams for four years, Robert Maynard also likes to hunt. He was co-captain of the track team his junior year, has been a member of the Varsity Club, and plans to teach and coach in the future.

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PAUL L. SINGLETON

A Science major, Paul Singleton has received three outstanding AFROTC awards during his senior year. He has served as president of both the Science Club and Circle K this year. Paul likes to fly, travel, and meet people. He says his hobby is helping youth in their activities.

ELIZABETH L. JUDGE

Hailing from Wallace, North Carolina, Elizabeth Judge ("Liz" to most of us) has served as secretary of the Student Government Association this year. She likes to sing and says her pet peeve is "fus- sing."

MARTHA M. JOHNSTON

Even with the hobbies of traveling, dancing, and cook- ing, Martha Johnston has been very active in the West- minster Fellowship, Inter-Religious Council, and Y.W.C.A. This year she is president of both the Y.W.C.A. and the I.R.C. Martha is also on some of the standing committees of the S.G.A. She plans to teach high school English after her graduation.

GUS M. MANOS

It is very fitting that Gus Manos, president of the Y.M.C.A., treasurer of Circle K and of the Westminster Fellowship, and active in various other activities, should plan to do some type of personnel work after graduation from college. Gus has been a delegate to several stu- dent conferences and studied at the Leadership Training School at Columbia University, New York, last summer.

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BETTY M. FREEMAN

Betty has been one of the college's foremost Business students during the past four years. She was a member of Pi Omega Pi, holding an office her junior and senior years as well as working as a student assistant to Dean White for two years. Among Betty's likes are collecting post cards, watching television, and taking photos. On the other hand, she dislikes geography and writing themes. What does she plan to do after graduation? Well, she plans to teach business, and last but not least, she plans to marry the yearbook editor.

I. K. WILLIAMSON

Coming to ECC from Princeton, North Carolina, I. K. has been editor of the BUCCANEER for the last two years. A Business Education major, he is a member of Pi Omega Pi and Circle K, two of the most outstanding organizations on campus. I. K. loves yearbook work and hopes to sponsor a high school book while teaching business or Eng- lish, which is his minor.

A. C. HINTON, JR.

Liking almost anything related to science and research, A. C. Hinton is a member of Chi Beta Phi and Phi Sigma Pi Honorary fraternities and is vice president of the senior class. He has been a BUCCANEER staff member and also a member of the Concert and Marching Bands. A. C. plans to do grad- uate work toward the Master's and Doctor's Degrees in Biol- ogy. He dislikes a shortage of money.

OLIVIA S. THOMPSON

Awarded the Physics Handbook Achievement Award her freshman year, Olivia (Libby) Thomp- son has been very active in Chi Beta Phi, the Math and Science Clubs, and Women's Recreation Asso- ciation. She likes biological science, dancing, swimming, ping pong, and math courses. Libby plans to teach science at the high school level for a year before pursuing an M.A. in biology.

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JEAN R. HOLLEY

Outstanding in the Women's Judiciary, Jean was elected chairman of this organization during her senior year. A Business Education major, she was active also in the F.B.L.A. and the activities of the Baptist students. Jean is from Raleigh.

FREDRICK C. JAMES

A Science major, Freddie James plans to continue his studying after leaving East Carolina and would like to enter the medical profession. He is active in sports and has served as president of his junior class here at the college. Aside from these activities, Freddie was also very active in the Student Government Association, holding several standing com- mittee chairmanships.

J. OLIVER WILLIAMS

Oliver received national recognition in business education when he was elected to serve as Stu- dent Representative for the Business Education fraternity, Pi Omega Pi. Interested in writing, he has served on all of the college publications and was instrumental in or- ganizing the literary magazine during his senior year. He served as managing editor of the EAST CAROLINIAN for two years and copy editor of the BUCCANEER his senior year. From Rocky Mount, he was also active in Phi Sigma Pi.

PATRICIA R. DANIELS

Outstanding in the Department of Social Studies, Pat Daniels plans to continue her interests in the field of medical social work. At East Carolina, she was active in the Wesley Foun- dation, International Relations Club, and Kappa Delta Pi.

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JANET E. HODGES

A Social Studies major, Janet Hodges was out- standing for her work with the student Handbook and Student Legislature affairs. From Sanford, North Carolina, she also partici- pated in the college Playhouse productions and the cheerleading squad.

RALPH SHUMAKER

A Music major from Greer, South Carolina, Ralph was best known for his performances with the College Choir, Marching Band, and Playhouse productions. He was also active in the Music Department organi- zations and served as an officer in Phi Mu Alpha.

JAMES E. PHELPS

Active in student government work, Jimmy Phelps served on several S.G.A. committees and during his senior year was president of the Student Govern- ment Association. A Business Education major, he plans to receive a commission in the Air Force and enter Military service upon graduation.

LILLIAN C. GRIFFIN

While studying to be a teacher in the primary grades, Lillian was active in the Association of Childhood Education and the Student Legislature. During her senior year, Lillian attended the na- tional convention of the A.C.E. and the State Stu- dent Legislature. She is from Louisburg and likes to travel.

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RODGER E. PRITCHARD

An outstanding Mathematics student, Elbert plans to continue his studying and would like work in some phase of industry. He is from Ahoskie, North Carolina, and at East Caro- lina has been active in Phi Sigma Pi, Chi Beta Phi and the Mathematics Club.

FERNE L. HIGHSMITH

Excelling in both Mathematics and Science, Feme was a member and officer of Chi Beta Phi. Other than her honor fraternal interests, she was a member and president of the Mathematics Club her senior year and a member of the Science Club and BUCCANEER staff.

RUTH TURNAGE

Outstanding in Home Economics, Ruth plans to teach in the public high schools and is looking for- ward to becoming a homemaker. In 1956, she was East Carolina's representative to the American Home Economics Association in Washington, D. C, and a North Carolina delegate to the Home Economics Association in St. Louis. From Black Creek, she has also served as presi- dent of Jarvis Hall for two years.

WILLIAM V. ARNOLD

Always forwarding his interest in writing, Billy Arnold has served as a member of the EAST CAROLIN- IAN staff during his four years at East Carolina. An English major from Greenville, he was also active in the Creative Writer's Club and Kappa Sigma Nu fra- ternity. During his senior year he served as managing editor of the EAST CAROLINIAN and the literary maga-zine.

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WILLIAM T. GARTMAN

Outstanding in both athletics and Student Govern- ment affairs, Ted Gartman has been exemplary on the college swimming team for his four years at E. C. Ted is a Social Studies major from Portsmouth, Virginia. He has been president of several campus organiza- tions. Most noted among these were the Aquatics Club and the Senior Class.

JANICE F. RABY

An English major from Elizabeth City, Jan has always been interested in creative writing. While at East Carolina, she served as a member of the EAST CARO- LINIAN staff and was appointed editor during her senior year. She likes to watch television, take pictures, and go fishing.

CHARLES M. SIOUSSAT

A Geography major from Washington, D. C, Charles plans to enter graduate school after graduation from East Carolina. At E. C, he has been active in the Men's Judiciary, serving as chairman his senior year. He was also a mem- ber of Gamma Theta Upsilon and the Circle K Club.

ROBERT A. PATTERSON

Outstanding in Student Legislature affairs, Bobby Patterson was elected to represent East Carolina at the National Student Congress in Michi- gan. He served as treasurer of the S.G.A. his senior year. A physical education major, he was also active in the athletics program and the Physical Educa- tion Club. Bobby is proud of his home town of Rocky Mount and would like to teach in the public high schools of the state.

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GEORGE W. KNIGHT

A Music major from Rocky Mount, George plans to enter graduate school upon graduation and would like to teach in a college. While at East Carolina, he has been active in all of the Music organizations and the Student Legislature.

WILLIAM P. SPEIGHT

Bill Speight received campus recognition as drum major of the East Carolina College Marching Band. A Music major from Roanoke Rapids, he has been active in all of the Music Department's- organizations and the AFROTC.

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IDA KATHERINE DISMUKE

While at East Carolina College, Katherine Dismuke was very popular with the students. She was chosen Homecoming Queen her freshman year and Military Ball Queen her sophomore year. Other than being a college Marshal for three years and a member of the Women's Chorus, Katherine was also active in the Y.W.C.A. and the Baptist Student Union.

DOTTIE JO JAMES

Dottie Jo became a campus celebrity after her per- formance in the Student Government production of "Oklahoma." A Music major from Wilmington, she has been a member of the Music Department organizations and the Women's Judiciary. She plans to continue her studies and would like to be a choral director.

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JIMMY PHELPS HEADS EC'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT

This year's S.G.A. administration headed by Jimmy Phelps had as its goal the task of taking the Student Government to the students and making it more meaningful. Members of the S.G.A. visited the fresh- man orientation classes and outlined the functions of the organization. Radio and television appearances were also made to enlighten the students.

Another "first" for this year's administration was the S.G.A. -Board of Trustees luncheon held during the fall quarter. Also, the administration succeeded in getting picture identification cards of the students.

At the time this publication went to press, the or- ganization was working on a proposal to revise the existing student legislature.

JIMMY PHELPS, President

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

The Student Government As- sociation is the top student or- ganization on campus and has been in continuous operation since 1920.

Fifty per cent of the total stu- dent activity fee collected by the college goes to the S.G.A. and is dispersed by the organization in a manner that is best for the ma- jority of the students.

Some of the duties performed by the Student Government are the approving of clubs and or- ganizations; the sponsoring of May Day festivities; the handling of elections; and the co-ordinating of campus, state, and national affairs.

BUCKY MONROE First Vice President

RAY JOYNER Second Vice President

ELIZABETH JUDGE Secretary

ROBERT PATTERSON Treasurer

JOHNNY HUDSON Assitant Treasurer

CALVIN CHESSON Historian and N.S.Y.A. Co-ordinator

Historian and N.S.Y.A. Co-ordinator

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PUBLICATIONS BOARD

The Publications Board is an advisory body to the staffs of the two student publications, the BUC- CANEER, the college year- book, and the EAST CARO- LINIAN, student newspaper. The board selects the edi- tors of the publications, de- termines policy and coun- sels in fiscal matters for the two publications.

Sitting, left to right: Dr. James H. Tucker (Chairman), Miss Mary H. Greene (editorial advisor to the EAST CAROLINIAN), Miss Mary H. Greene (editor advisor to the EAST CAROLINIAN) Dr. Clinton R. Prewett (financial advisor to the EAST CAROLINIAN). Standing: Jan Raby (editor of EAST CAROLINIAN), I. K. Williamson (editor of BUCCANEER). Not pictured are Dr. John D. Messick, Dr Leo W. Jenkins, Dr. James E. Poindexter, Dr. John O. Reynolds.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF S.G.A.

The Executive Council receives and answers many important questions, requests, and grievances concerning the student body. All vital student issues must be acted upon by the Executive Coun- cil. The Council is composed of major S.G.A. officers, student publications' editors, and chairmen of the judiciaries.

Sifting, left to right: Bucky Monroe, Jean Holley, Jimmy Phelps (President), Sadie Harris, Jan Raby. Standing: I. K. William- son, Charles Sioussat, Ray Joyner, Calvin Chesson, Bobby Patterson, Charles Bishop.

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MEN'S JUDICIARY

The Men's Judiciary promotes college activi- ties and maintains social standards among college men. This organization endeavors t o enforce regulations by function- ing as a disciplinary com- mittee.

Sitting left to right: Bobbry Clark, Charles Bishop, Charles Sioussat, Bill Shaw, Tommy Baker. Standing: Bill Jenkins, David Kenlaw, Mack Lancaster. Jay Robbins was not present when the picture was taken.

CAMPUS DISCIPLINARIANS

WOMEN'S JUDICIARY

The Women's Judiciary functions to maintain high standards and to en- force college regulations among the women stu- dents. Disciplinary mat- ters concerning women students are handled by the Judiciary, and its members strive to up- hold college standards and promote the general welfare of the women students at East Carolina College.

Sifting, left to right: Martha Wilson, Sadie Harris, Jean Holley (Chairman), Phyllis Corbett, Sadie Barber. Standing: Pat Laye, Shirley Naves, Lena McLemore, Kay Thomason, Nancy Brown, Polly Adams, Faye Harrington, Peggy Savage. Willadean Dun- can was not present when the picture was taken.

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MEN'S DAY STUDENT COUNCIL

WOMEN'S DAY STUDENT COUNCIL

The Men's and Women's Day Students Councils are individually-organized groups of students who strive to promote the general welfare of off-campus students. Through this organization, sUch students are able to share more extensively in the college activities and voice their opinions about matters that affect them even though their living quarters are not on campus.

Men's Day Student Council members pictured left to right include Ike Riddick, Jay Robbins, and Mack Lancaster. Women students include Artemis Kares, Faye Harrington, and Alice Flye.

BUDGET COMMITTEE

The Budget Committee distributes funds from student activity fees tc the different campus organi- zations. The committee strives to distribute student funds to organizations who will best fulfill student needs.

Sitting, left to right: Dr. Clinton R. Prewett, Barbara Davenport, Bobby Patterson, Mary Lou Wyrick, Dr. James H. Tucker. Standing: Calvin Chesson, Jean Holley, Eddie Dennis, Johnny Hudson.

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HANDBOOK COMMITTEE

The Handbook Committee edits the Student Handbook and issues it at the beginning of each school year. This job requires a great deal of thought and research in student government records.

Left to right: Lena McLemore, Janet Hodges (Chairman), Sybil Kelly, Pat Buffaloe, and Ann McKay.

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

Quite a lot of work goes on in the Student Government office even during the dark hours. Take a look out the window if you doubt this statement.

The External Affairs Committee co-ordinates all outside functions per- taining to the college.

Pictured above are Tommy Ragland and Barbara Davenport. Tony Branden was absent when the picture was made.

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PRODUCTIONS COMMITTEE

The Productions Committee selects and produces the udent musical each spring. An aim of the committee to use talent from our own campus and to bring to le campus outstanding Broadway shows of past and resent years. "The Student Prince," "Brigadoon," Dklahoma," and "Connecticut Yankee" are a few of the recent productions.

Left to right, Joe Stell, Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert, David Doolittle, Ralph Shumaker, Boots Pittman, Jim Daughety, and Jackie McDaniels.

RING COMMITTEE

The Ring Committee is charged with the responsibility of selecting and selling the class rings and pins. All class Presidents, the First Vice President of the S.G.A., and the Director of Student Personnel serve on this committee.

Left to Right: Wade sessom, Bucky Monroe, Coy Harris, Dr. James Tucker, and Ted Gartman.

ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE

Programs of cultural and entertainment values are selected and scheduled for the college community by the Entertainment Committee on which students and faculty members serve.

Left to right: Mr. James Butler (Chairman), Delano Driver, Barbara Davenport, Susan Pierce, Harlon Moseley, Dr. James H. Stewart, and Mr. Lewis Danfelt. Absent when picture was made were Lillian Griffin and Tommy Ragland.

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Seated, left to right: Margaret Marshall, Dean Ruth White, Gail Cox, Mrs. Ruth Garner, Martha Johnston, Gabriella McDowell, Lena Kay McLemore. Standing. Mr. Jack Boone, Freddie James, Mr. Jim Butler, Eddie Dennis.

HOMECOMING COMMITTEE

The Homecoming Committee has as its main duty the scheduling and prepara- tion of activities associated with the homecoming festivities. The committee promotes homecoming and strives for joyful festivity for both stu- dents and alumni.

ELECTIONS COMMITTEE

The Elections Committee conducts all elections, sets up polls, posts all candidates one week before elections, and handles publicity for the elections.

Left to right: Bobby Conway, Ann Hughes, Tommy Baker, Marcia Forbes (Chairman), and Charlie Elgin. Carolyn Aycock and Jimmie Wall are not pictured.

POINTS SYSTEM COMMITTEE

The Points System Committee checks all points held by each student and recommends necessary changes in this system to the Stu- dent Legislature.

The Chairman, Donny Jones, is pictured. Lois Sykes, Dot Culberson, and Bobby Hunt were absent when picture was made.

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FALL LUNCHEON FOR TRUSTEES AND SELECT GROUP OF STUDENTS

The program for the luncheon was composed of in- teresting and informative remarks by the students re- garding campus activities. In the above picture, I. K. Williamson, Editor of the BUCCANEER, is showing the group the cover to the '58 yearbook and discussing its contents.

The picture below shows the entire group watch- ing Steve Farrish sing "Oh, What A Beautiful Morn- ing." Steve was accompanied by Anna Montgomery.

Jimmy Phelps, President of the Student Govern- ment Association, is pictured introducing one of the student speakers, Mike Kastsias. Jimmy can rightfully be credited for the success of the joint meeting.

In the picture below, Dr. Messick is reminiscing on the successes of the trustee- student luncheon. President Messick acted as Master of Ceremonies, turning the pro- gram over to Jimmy Phelps. Pictured at Dr. Messick's right is Mrs. Henry Belk; to his left is Mrs. Arthur L. Tyler.

LUNCHEON WAS IDEA OF PRESIDENT PHELPS

Back in early fall Jimmy Phelps, President of the S.G.A., conceived the idea of holding a luncheon for the Board of Trustees and a select group of college students. Phelps felt that by so doing, the trustees could benefit by meet- ing and sharing the students' ideas and that the students could equally profit. Dr. Messick gave his enthusiastic ap- proval, and the luncheon was held on Tuesday, November 12, in the east cafeteria here on campus. It was a great success, due largely to the planning and hard work by Phelps and several helping him. President Phelps commented that he hoped the luncheon would become a quarterly affair.

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STUDENT LEGISLATURE

POLLY ADAMS, Cotten Hall President

RICHARD ANTHONY, Industrial Arts Club

President BILLY ARNOLD, Co-editor Literary Magazine

ROGER AVERETTE, Inter-Religious Council

GEORGE BAGLEY, Tau Sigma President

TOMMY BAKER, Umstead Dorm President

A. B. BENFIELD, Aquatics Club President

CHARLES BISHOP, Vice Chairman of Men's Judiciary

TONY BRANDON, College Choir Representative

NANCY BROWN, Ragsdale Hall President

CALVIN CHESSON, S.G.A. Historian

LA VISA CHRISMON, College Union Board President

BOBBY CONWAY, Intramural Council

GAIL COX, Future Teachers of America President

PAT DANIELS, Kappa Delta Pi President

BARBARA DAVENPORT, Awards Committee Chairman

EDGAR DELAMAR, Delta Sigma Pi

EDDIE DENNIS, Phi Sigma Pi President

BUBBA DRIVER, East Carolina Playhouse President

JANE DUKE, Young Democrats President

WILLADEAN DUNCAN, Wilson Hall President

CHARLIE ELGIN, Gamma Theta Upsilon President

MARY FLYNN, English Club President

JULIAN FORD, Alpha Phi Omega President

MARCIA FORBES, Elections Committee Chairman

TED GARTMAN, Senior Class President

JAMES GEROCK, Alpha Delta Tau

LILLIAN GRIFFIN, A. C. E. President

JEAN HARGETT, Pi Omega Pi President

FAYE HARRINGTON, Women's Day Student Council President

COY HARRIS, Junior Class President

SADIE HARRIS, Vice Chairman of Women's judiciary

ADRIAN HERRING, Sigma Rho Phi

FERNE HIGHSMITH, Mathematics Club President

JANET HODGES, Handbook Committee Chairman

GLORIA HOFLER, Freshman Class Representativev

JEAN HOLLEY, Women's Judiciary Chairman

JOHNNY HUDSON, S. G. A. Assistant Treasurer

ANN HUGHES, Senior Class Representative

FREDDY JAMES, Homecoming Committee Chairman

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EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE

BILL JENKINS, Slay Dorm President

MARTHA JOHNSTON, Y.W.C.A. President

DONNY JONES, Points System Committee Chairman

RODDY JONES, Inter-Fraternity Council President

SYLVIA JONES, F.B.L.A. President

RAY JOYNER, S.G.A. Second Vice President

ELIZABETH JUDGE, S.G.A. Secretary

MIKE KATSIAS, S.G.A. Reporter

NANCY KEITH, Sophomore Class Representative

PAT LAYE, Women's Hall President

TOM LEWIS, Music Education Club President

LENA KAY McLEMORE, East Garrett Hall President

GUS MANOS, Y.M.C.A. President

CAROLYN MERRITT, Library Club President

BUCKY MONROE, S.G.A. First Vice President

SHIRLEY NAVES, Jarvis Hall President

BOBBY PATTERSON, S.G.A. Treasurerv

JIMMY PHELPS, S.G.A. President

BETTY PHILLIPS, Cheerleader Chief

BOOTS PITTMAN, Band President

JIM PLEASANT, Chi Beta Phi President

MARGIE PRICE, Phi Omicron President

JAN RABY, EAST CAROLINIAN Editor

TOMMY RAGLAND, External Affairs Committee Chairman

FRED ROBERTSON, Phi Kappa Alpha President

CAROLE ROBBINS, Sigma Pi Alpha President

JAY ROBBINS, Men's Day Student Council President

PEGGY SAVAGE, West Garrett Hall President

WADE SESSOMS, Sophomore Class President

RALPH SHUMAKER, Productions Committee Chairman

PAUL SINGLETON, Science Club President

CHARLES SIOUSSAT, Men's Judiciary Chairman

KAY THOMASON, Fleming Hall President

RUTH TURNAGE, Home Economics Club President

WADE WARD, Delta Sigma Rho President

CHARLIE WHITE, Kappa Sigma Nu President

PRESTON WHITFORD, Freshman Class President

I. K. WILLIAMSON, BUCCANEER Editor

ANN WILSON, W.R.A. President

MARY LOU WYRICK, Junior Class Representative






Buccaneer . . . 36th Publication Marks 50th Year of Our School

WHILE THE EDITOR SPEAKS . . . These words of wisdom are not only for the wise because as you can see they did not come from the wise. However, take them as good advice. If you ever wish to edit the Golden Anni- versary volume of anything, whether it's a yearbook, textbook, or comic book, you might as well forget everything you ever re- membered and concentrate solely on "book." You must eat, sleep, and drink "book." You will cut class, miss meals, not sleep; but you will have the greatest amount of satisfaction that can be experienced after the job is completed.

I sincerely hope that this '58 volume of the BUCCANEER will be the means of pleasantly refreshing the minds of you, the students, as you leave East Carolina and become part of the world of your choice. May it be an everlast- ing mirror of the days you spent on the campus of East Carolina College.

I. K. WILLIAMSON Editor

AT OUR WEAKER MOMENTS

This is the second year that I. K. has edited the BUCCANEER. During 1956- 57, he served as co-editor of the 1957 volume along with Shirlee Smith. "I am sure that I can profit from the mistakes of the first book," I. K. said when he was elected editor for the second time. A business education major, he is from Princeton, North Carolina. Holding the first copy of the Golden Anniversary book, Editor I. K. Williamson proudly displays the product of a year's work- the 1958 BUCCANEER.

EDITORIAL STAFF

EDITOR I. K. Williamson

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Adolphus Spain

COMPOSITION EDITOR Oliver Williams

AROUND-THE-CAMPUS EDITORS Euclid Armstrong, Joyce Pierce

ART EDITORS Ann McKay, Lynn Burgess

ATHLETICS Eddie Dennis

FEATURES June Miller, Carolyn Rich

FRATERNITIES A. C. Hinton, Jr. (Edith Fitzgerald, Glenn Woodard)

SCHOLASTICS

ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY, STAFF Elizabeth Ann Davis

SENIOR CLASS Peggy Hewett

JUNIOR CLASS Arlene Schwab

SOPHOMORE CLASS Nancy Rigsbee

FRESHMAN CLASS Emily Gunter

TWO-YEAR BUSINESS AND GRADUATES Barbara Jenkins

ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES

CLUBS Janice Pierece

COLLEGE UNION, RADIO, TELEVISION Dwight Smith

MILITARY Coucil Jarman, Jimmy Trice, Noah Barefoot

MUSIC, DRAMA, RELIGION Johann Leeuwenberg

STUDENT GOVERNMENT Pat Dunn

EDITORIAL ADVISOR Dr. James E. Poindexter

Dr. James E. Poindexter, left, and Dr. John O. Reynolds are the BUCCANEER'S editorial and financial advisors respectively. Both men are eager and capable to assist the editor and business manager as well as teh entire staff in all matters calling for their help.

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EDDIE DENNIS Sports Editor

This is Eddie's fourth years as sports editor of teh BUCCANEER. Hardly anyone but the sports editor himself knows the great amount of work involved.

SPORTS STAFF

Eddie does a good job, but he can't do it all by himself. Pictured to the right are workhorses who carry out his plans.

OLIVER WILLIAMS Composition Editor

Although this is Oliver's first year with the BUCCANEER, he has done a great job editing the huge amount of copy contained in this volume.

EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS

The editor-in-chief always needs a few to be around to do odd but vital jobs. This is the case with the members pictued in the two phographs below.

See, there's alwys something to be done in the BUCCANEER office. This is where the editorial assistants fit into the picture.

ADOLPHUS SPAIN Associate Editor

The associate editor is one of the key men on any staff. Aside from directly aiding the editor, the associate editor must learn the ropes so as to step n the editor's shoes the following year. There's no doubt that "Spain" is well qualified to fill this posi- tion.

BETTY FREEMAN Secretary to the Editor

The one person that saves the editor more time than anyone else is his efficient secretary. Congratulations, Betty, for a great job on all your stenographic efforts.

EXTRACURRICULAR STAFF MEMBERS

Have you ever tried getting an entire staff together making pictures? Well, don't. The above smiling faces members who were unable to be present when regular pictures were made for the BUCCANEER section. They are a composite of fragments of several different sections.

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AROUND-THE-CAMPUS EDITORS

The sections edited by Euclid Armstrong and Joyce Pierce are Student Life, College Events, and Homecoming.

ART EDITORS

Ann McKay and Lynn Burgess did of their work back in the fall whe very many posters were needed to facilitate picture appointments.

BUCCANEER

FEATURE EDITORS

Feature editors June Miller and Carolyn Rich handled all work connected with Queens, Marshals, Dorm Homecoming Sponsors, and Who's Who. Pictured in the top right corner are June and two staff members, Dot Hodges and Betsy Redding.

CLUB EDITOR

One of the most frustrating sections in the entire book is clubs. Janice Pierce, club editor, did a grand job with layout, grouping, and arrangement of the many students involved.

COLLEGE UNION, RADIO and TV

Radio and television coverage is a new feature in the book this year. College Union is for the first time this year treated as a separate unit. Dwight Smith can be given most credit for such an excellent coverage. Pictured with Dwight is Evelyn Dixon, staff member.

MUSIC, DRAMA, and RELIGION

Three sections, Music, Drama, and Religion, were combined and edited by Johanna Leeuwenberg. Also pictured are four other girls on Johanna's staff.

FRATERNITIES

The fraternities section took on a new look this year as many of A. C. Hinton's ingenious ideas were put into effect. A. C. is editor of the section. Also pictured with A. C. are Glenn Woodard and Edith Fitzgerald.

MILITARY

Three hard workers, eh? These three boys compose the military staff. They are Council Jarman, Jimmy Trice, and Noah Barefoot

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BUSINESS STAFF

BUSINESS MANAGER Joyce AA. Hardison

ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER Worth McKeel

STAFF

Dorine Rouse

Patricia Ann Biggs

Patricia Turner

Doris Therrien

Glendal Jenkins

Mary Lou Parker

Patty Reilly

Peggy Bachelor

Pherba Uzzle

FINANCIAL ADVISOR Dr. John O. Reynolds

JOYCE M. HARDISON Business Manager

The duties of the Business Man- ager of the BUCCANEER consist of supervising the sale of ads, keeping staff books, planning layout for the advertisements and many other re- lated chores. Joyce has been a very conscien- tios and efficient business manager, and her services to the staff helped make the publication of this volume possible.

WORTH McKEEL Assistant Business Manager

Very active in assisting the business manager with the ad sales is the assistant business manager. Worth McKeel has been a great help in this and several other ca- pacities.

ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY AND STAFF

SENIOR

BUSINESS STAFF

It always takes several good talkers to go out and bring in the money. Pictured above are these good talkers who make up the business staff.

SCHOLASTIC EDITORS

First it's layouts- panels, panels and more panels. Then it's pictures, pictures, pictures, and still more pictures. This is an excellent description of the work involved in the editing of class sections. In the pictures around the side and bottom are the editors of these scholastic sections and their individual staffs. The sections were edited by the following: Administration, etc., Elizabeth Ann Davis; Senior, Peggy Hewett; Junior, Arlene Schwab; Sophomore, Nancy Rigsbee; Freshman, Emily Gunter; and Two-Year Business, Barbara Jenkins.

Lower left: JUNIOR

SOPHMORE

FRESHMAN

GRADUATES AND TWO-YEAR BUSINESS

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THIRTY YEARS OF NEWS

The EAST CAROLINIAN, student newspaper of East Carolina Col- lege, is celebrating its thirty-third anniversary, its first issue having been circulated on the campus December 19, 1925. In its eighth year as a weekly, the paper has attempted to main- tain high standards of journalistic technique and present to the campus a newspaper worthy of being published at East Carolina. The EAST CAROLINIAN has striven to present in readable form a clear view of the stream of life at East Carolina; reporting news events, interpreting on the editorial page, evaluating our sports achievements, and always searching for opportunities to improve itself and the college. Through the years the EAST CAROLINIAN has received many honors from the Associated Collegiate Press and Columbia Scholastic Press Association. This year, for the first time, it is a member of the Intercollegiate Press Association. It has become established on the campus as the voice of the students and as an outlet of expression to lovers of journalism.

JAN RABY Editor

Never let it be said that it takes a man to hold down the editorship of the East Carolinian. Jan Raby has very effectively demonstrated what a conscientious girl in such a responsible capacity can do. Several changes were brought about under the leadership of Jan. This year for the first time, the EAST CAROLINIAN was delivered to the dormitories. Also a larger and better picture coverage of campus activities was undertaken. No one but the editor knows the diffi- cult, tiring, and continuing work that goes into the making of a paper.

News with Jan is news. "Let me have it," says she. "I'll put it in the EAST CAROLINIAN."

EAST CAROLINIAN STAFF

EDITOR Jan Raby

BUSINESS MANAGER Carolyn Smith

MANAGING EDITOR Billy Arnold

FEATURE EDITOR Martha Wilson

SPORTS EDITOR Johnny Hudson

PHOTOGRAPHER Bob Harper

MISS MARY H. GREENE Editorial Advisor

DR. CLINTON R. PREWETT Financial Advisor

BILLY ARNOLD Managing Editor

EAST CAROLINIAN

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EAST CAROLINIAN SINCE 1927

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Sifting, left to right: Kathryn Johnson, Purvis Boyette, and Jan Raby (editor). Standing: Martha Wilson, Janet Hill, Claudia Todd, Johnny Hudson, Bob Harper, and Billy Arnold.

BOB HARPER Staff Photographer

EDITORIAL STAFF

The editorial staff is composed of all the members of the executive staff with the exception of the sports editor, and the photographer All the content of the paper is written by the members of this staff or by outsiders who wish to contribute articles to the EAST CAROLINIAN.

JOHNNY HUDSON Sports Editor

One of the editor's or managing editor's jobs always is to go down to Renfrew Printers and check the galleys before the final printing is done.

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CAROLYN SMITH Business Manager

NEWS STAFF

Members of the news staff are from left to right: Betty Lou Bell, Elizabeth Jackson, Claudia Todd, and Betty Fleming.

EAST CAROLINIAN

CIRCULATION STAFF

On left, second from bottom: Anne Jackson, Kathryn Crumpler, Mary Elizabeth Stewart, Janice Langston, Martha Kellam, Susan Ballance, Jean Capps, Emily Currin, Nancy Cox, and Joe Hales.

Lost files- Elizabeth Smith assists Martin Harris and fellow staff members, Anne Spears and Aline Condon, in search for the lost file.

TYPISTS

Typists for the EAT CAROLINIAN are Wilma Gray Hall, Yvonne Fleming, Elizabeth Williams, and Elna Caulberg.

PROOFREADERS

Left to right: Elizabeth Williams, Pat Far- mer, Elna Caulber, Barbara Batts, Jerry Jones, and Kathryn Johnson.

CIRCULATION MANAGERS

Circulation managers Martha Martin and James Trice

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EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE CHOIR

The Choir consists of sixty singers chosen from the entire college by audition. Each year the Choir pre- sents the "Messiah," an annual home concert, and an extensive tour each spring of North Carolina and surrounding states. Additional appearances are made on radio, television, high school days, graduation, and other campus events.

Campus-Wide Interest in Music

CHAPEL CHOIR

The Chapel Choir is a newly-formed group of mixed voices under the di- rection of Dr. Carl Hjortvang. It is formed by students who sing for the pleasure found in singing and who wish to better their talents. During the year the choir has sung for college chapel services and numerous public func- tions.

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CONCERT BAND

COLLEGE ORCHESTRA

The East Carolina Orchestra is composed of faculty members, students, and a few people from the surrounding community. The aim of this organization is to provide a wide variety of music to stimulate an interest in orchestral programs in Eastern North Carolina. The orchestra each year visits many towns giving concerts, plays for graduation, and plays for many of the college musical productions.

Officers this year include Robert Ellwanger, President; John Lowery, Vice President; Marion Morrison, Secretary-Treasurer; Frances Hilburn, Historian; Franklin Bullard, Social Chairman; Frances Johnson, Public Relations; Henry Goodman, Equipment Manager; Thomas Lewis, Orchestra Manager The orchestra is under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert CONCERT BAND

The East Carolina Concert Band consists of a group of selected musicians, which presents an annual winter concert at the Eastern Division Band Clinic, Spring Concert, a Lawn Concert, and participates in the Christmas assembly. This group sponsors a Band Banquet and Dance and the Annual Eastern Division Band Clinic. The latter group is entertained at an informal dance.

The Concert Band is planning to tour Smithfield, Lumberton, Wilmington, and a few other towns. This year a nationally known professional artist and soloist is being featured on the Winter Concert 234

DR. KENNETH CUTHBERT Director

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EAST CAROLINA'S 100-PIECE MARCHING BAND

The East Carolina Marching Band plays for and presents half- time shows at all home football games, presents a special show at homecoming, participates in several Christmas parades, spon- sors an open dance and a picnic for the band, and plays for all basketball games and pep rallies. This past fall, the band at- tended the Richmond University game in Portsmouth by train.

East Carolina is extremely proud of its band and of the won- derful prestige which it adds to our college. The band is under the skillful direction of Mr. Herbert Carter.

The figure "A" giving the welcome to Alumni at Homecoming.

The band as it passes down the football field in review.

Everyone enjoyed the impersonation by the Marching Band of Lawrence Welk's Champagne Music- a-1, a-2, a-3!

MR. HERBERT CARTER Director of Marching Band

East Carolina College Majorettes.

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Entertainment and Culture

COLLEGE SINGERS

The College Singers is a select group of ten who present a Christmas program, a spring concert, and various Television and Radio programs. The piano accompanist again this year is Barbara Faircloth.

MR. DAN E. VORNHOLT Director

WOMEN'S CHORUS

The oldest music organization on campus is open to all women college students. Its seventy-five members highlight each year by providing music at the Christmas assembly and at their Spring Concert. The accompanist is Marietta Atkins.

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DREAMERS

The "Dreamers" were first organized in 1954 and since that time they have played for dances here on campus as well as throughout the state. In just four short years, the "Dreamers" have established a name and reputation of which any band would be proud. They play for a large percentage of the college functions and provide music in a danceable style. Positions in the band are determined by tryouts, which are held each year. The band is composed of East Carolina College students and is under the management of Calvin Chesson. Its vocalist is Jennette Moye. When you hear the slogan "Let's Dance and Dream with the 'Dreamers'," you can be assured of listening to the best in music for dancing played by a band that has proved that its music is danceable.

Top Campus Student Bands

COLLEGIANS

The "Collegians" are widely known throughout North Carolina and Virginia for their fine instrumental performances. The band was established nine years ago and is the oldest on campus. It is the largest dance band in eastern North Carolina and has well earned its name, "Best Band in Tar Heel Land."

Ralph Shumaker is Business Manager and Robert Fleming is Musical Director of the band. Jane Fuller is the featured vocalist with the "Collegians" this year.

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It's the "Afterhours" in Music That Hold These People After Hours.

In the first picture on this page, Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert, director of the music Department, is seen directing a practice of the College Orchestra. Next, he is shown conferring with his secretary in his office, and last he is seen in the background directing the same orchestral rehearsal. This activity is only one of the many that re- quire extra time on the part of the music instructors.

It is only through the wil- lingness of these instructors that the college is able to enjoy such fine entertain- ments as the Orchestra, Con- cert and Marching Bands, College Choir, College Sing- ers, and other musical groups organized here on the campus.

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It's Not Music, but It Is Winter Time and . . . Christmas!

Giving the College Union the Christmas look is an enjoyment shared by several of the college students who help to decorate the huge tree, seen in the Union during the two weeks pre- vious to Christmas vacation.

In the picture above, the beautiful Mo- saic portrayal of the three wise men fol- lowing the star to Bethlehem was created and made by the College Union directors and students. The display appeared on the large bulletin board in the Union and added sacredness to the Christmas season.

This beautiful scene was captured in early December when East Carolina had its first snow of the year.






EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE PLAYHOUSE

The East Carolina Playhouse, at first the Chi Pi Players and later The Teachers Playhouse, was founded in 1939. Each year the Playhouse presents three major productions, including a play for the children of Pitt County in the spring quarter. Also, there is a series of one- act workshop plays directed by students. The purpose of the organization is "to encourage dramatic arts at East Carolina and to give students of the college an opportunity to partici- pate in dramatic productions of educational and cultural worth." Recently the Student Enter- tainment Committee enabled a professional actor to appear as guest performer each year in one of the major productions. For the future the Playhouse looks forward to improved tech- nical resources and to an enlarged curriculum in dramatic arts.

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"HOUSE OF CONNELLY"

EC Playhouse's '57 Fall Production

"The House of Connelly," with a cast of over twenty-five students, was presented by the East Carolina Playhouse on October 30, 31, and November 1 in McGinnis Auditorium.

The play is centered around a tenant farm girl, determined to rise in the world. She sets her sights on the son of an aristocratic Southern plantation family. Setting of the play is in the early 1900's, and Connelly mirrors the changing society of the time.

The production was directed by Dr. J. A. Witney. Student director was Sylvia Ruston; technical director, Mrs. Roberta Persick; stage manager, Tommy Hull, and program designer, Jay Robbins.

A large number of students and townspeople turned out each night for the presentations. Certainly the Playhouse is to be com- mended for such a fine production.

Pictured above is a reproduction of the cover to the program used for "The House of Connelly."

In the above picture, Virginia Buchanan (Sally Donovan) and Will Connelly (Doug michell) have a tete-a-tete in the garden of the Connelly home.

Jodie (Jim Trice) and Essie (Sylvia Ruston).

Will Connelly (doug Mitchell), scion of "The House of Connelly," refuses to be consoled by Patsy Tate (Jane Berryman), the tenant farm girl.

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"CONNECTICUT YANKEE"

One of the most successful musicals ever to be given at East Carolina College was presented in McGinnis Auditorium on April 31 and May 1, 2. The pro- duction was sponsored by the Student Government Association and was directed by Dr. Elizabeth Utterback and Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert. A full orchestra under the skillful direction of Dr. Cuthbert rendered superb music each of the three nights. Dr. Utterback was dramatic director.

The huge cast was composed of singing, acting, and dancing roles with all three of top-quality performance.

The play is taken from Mark Twain's A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT and is very comical.

Merlin bewitches King Arthur's Court with magic.

Merlin disclosed as a fake. Top left: Sir Galahad is being misled by Merlin.

Spring Musical Production of...

Factory workers liven up lunch time with a dance.

Martin is bewitched, benighted, and bewildered.

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Pictured to the left are the approximately 45 cast members as well as a full orchestra.

Student Government Association

"Royal Flush"

Lancelot reprimands offspring for purity.

Merlin and Morgan Le Fay meditate on malice.

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"PYGMALION"

Winter Production of Playhouse

On January 30, 31, and February 1, 1957, the East Carolina Playhouse presented "Pygmalion." The play was in four acts and had a cast of more than fifteen people. It was under the direction of Dr. J. A. Withey, with Pat Baker as student director and Tommy Hull, technical director.

In George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion," the phonetician Henry Higgins takes up a bet and proceeds to transform the cockney flower-girl Liza into a lady who can pose as a duchess. As Shaw pointed out, "the difference between a lady and a flower-girl is not how she behaves but how she's treated."

Professor Higgins (Lloyd Bray) tells a dubious Eliza Doolittle (Alice Ann Home) how to be a lady, as Colonel Pickering (J. C. Dunn) watches.

In the picture to the left, J. C. Dunn, Lloyd Bray, Marvis Edwards, Pat Baker, and Ed Pilking- ton listen to Alice Ann Home as Eliza while she tests her mastery of the English language.

In the picture to the left, Eliza Doolittle (Alice Ann Home) informs Professor Hig- gins (Lloyd Bray) that she's a lady, while Charlie Briggs and Pam Taylor watch.

Professor Higgins (Lloyd Bray) and Colonel Pickering (J. C. Dunn) explain their theories about women to a per- plexed Mrs. Higgins (Pat Baker).

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"MR. ROBERTS"

Spring Production of EC Playhouse Workshop

"Mr. Roberts," an East Carolina Playhouse Work- shop presentation, was given in March of '57 and was directed by Charlie Briggs, a student.

The play is written by Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan and deals with the crew of the USS RELUCTANT, trying to avoid boredom in the last days of World War II. The crew copes with a despotic captain, a group of nurses, and the shore patrol. The entire play is a rowdy comedy with serious overtones.

Al Carr as the captain berates Bubba Driver as Ensign Pulver while Mr. Roberts (Ken West) looks on.

The crew around that cantankerous animal.

Student-Directed Playhouse Workshop Play

The cast takes a curtain call.

The crew in trouble again.

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INTER-RELIGIOUS COUNCIL

The Inter-Religious Council serves as co-ordinating body for all student religious activities and sponsors appropriate approaches to emphasis in areas where the need arises among the students of East Carolina.

First row, left to right: Tanya Anderson, Elaine Smith, Secretary; Pat Dunn, Roger Averette, President. Second row: Debris Johnson, Hannah Nelson, Mary Lou Wyrick, Ruth Lassiter. Third row: Ted Gartman, Gus Manos. Not pictured: Vice President, Ouida Reaves; Treas- urer, Letty DeLoatch; Advisor, Dr. C. J. Bradner.

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MISS RUTH LASSITER Director

BAPTIST STUDENT COUNCIL

The Baptist Student Union seeks to help students understand the truths of God in Christ and to help students relate their dedication to Christ in all areas of life. The Baptist Student Union strives to call all students to an intellectual and emotional commitment to Christ as Lord, the object of one's loyalty, the center of one's affection, the foundation of one's faith, the motivation of one's evangelistic concern.

Its weekly activities include a Monday night forum, weekly vespers, and Bible discussion groups. Patricia Dunn is serving as president of the group this year.

This is a typical scene in work room at the center.

WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP COUNCIL

The Westminster Fellowship is the organization of Presbyterian students on the campus. It strives to pro- note Jesus Christ in the academic community and to provide students with opportunities for spiritual growth and fellowship.

The director of the Westminster Fellowship is Mrs. Leonard D. Davis. Other officers this year include Quida Reaves, President; Sylvia Satterthwaite, First Vice President; Alice Flye, Second Vice President; An- nette Capps, Secretary; and Hayne Bryson, Treasurer.

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STUDENT UNITARIAN GROUP

The Student Unitarian Group meets weekly to discuss various pertinent so- cial and religious problems and events. The purpose of the Unitarian is to wrest religion from cliche. The primary belief of the Unitarian members is the dignity and goodness of man.

LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION

The purpose of the Lutheran Student Association is to confront its members with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, with his church and his call to disciple- ship, and to hear the Gospel as con- fessed by the Lutheran Church.

The East Carolina organization is a member of the Lutheran Student As- sociation of America and takes a part in the program of this association as well as the Inter-Religious program on campus and the growing Lutheran mis- sion in this academic community.

MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION

The campus M.I.A. is composed of seven college students. Its denomina- tion is that of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The purpose of the M.I.A. is to provide spiritual and wholesome recreational guidance and to encourage each to live an exemplary life.

The 1957-58 M.I.A. theme is taken from John 17:3. "And this is life eter- nal, that they might know thee, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent."

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The purpose of Alpha Zeta Chapter of Wesley Players is to give the Christ- ian message through drama. The chap- ter is affiliated with the National So- ciety of Wesley Players of the Metho- dist Church.

WESLEY PLAYERS

WESLEY FOUNDATION COUNCIL

The Methodist Church follows its students to the campus through the Wesley Foundation to bring them into Christian fellowship and lead them to become true members of the Church. The Methodist Student Center is the home away from home for all Methodist students, offering the opportunity for spiritual growth and service in the area of the student's special interest.

The group participates in the Methodist Student Movement through regional and national conferences and study groups.

DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP

The Disciples Student Fel- lowship, composed of ap- proximately 226 students, strives to gain spiritual strength through the campus organization. In their medi- tation and worship, the Christian students benefit from their closeness to God, even while engaging in their college activities.

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CANTERBURY CLUB

FREE WILL BAPTIST GROUP

At the Y-Hut every Monday evening the Free Will Baptists meet for an hour of worship, fun, and fel- lowship. The worship is furnished by the students under the direction of Rev. R. B. Crawford. Fellowship meals are served by ladies from the local and surrounding churches.

CANTERBURY CLUB

The Canterbury Club offers spiritual guidance as well as Christian fellowship to its members while in college. In the Sunday night meetings, the Episcopalians express and discuss the ideals and aspirations of their church.

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KING YOUTH FELLOWSHIP

CATHOLIC CLUB

Through the Newman Club meetings, the Catholic students on campus learn more about their faith. As do the other religious clubs, the Newman Club offers fellowship and spiritual guidance to its members.

KING YOUTH FELLOWSHIP

The King Youth Fellowship, actively composed of approximately sixty students, aims for a worshipful attitude before God through their campus fellowship. These students are members of the Pentecostal Holiness Church and affiliated Full Gospel Churches including the Assembly of God and the Church of God.

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YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

The purpose of the Young Men's Christian Association is to achieve a realization of a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. This purpose is achieved through weekly "Y" vespers, conferences, retreats, and welfare work at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

"Y" - SYMBOL OF WORSHIP,

Inside view of the "Y" Hut.

YM CABINET AND OFFICERS

Among those pictured below are the Cabinet members and officers of the YMCA. Cabinet members include Gus Manos, Jesse Vick, Freddie James, Bill Shaw, Ondra Black, Mike Katsias, John Dunn, Jim Bowden, Joe Pearce, James Cooper, and Gordon Weeks. Officers include Gus Manos, President; Freddie James, Vice President; Jesse Vick, Secretary-Treasurer.

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YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

The Young Women's Christian Association strives to unite its members in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. The "Y" has become a symbol of worship, recreation, and good fun for all who wish to participate.

One of the regular activities of the "Y" program is the Thursday evening vesper service. Special holiday services such as the Thanksgiving Sunrise Service and White Gift Service are sponsored by the YMCA and YWCA.

RECREATION, AND FELLOWSHIP

An outside view of the "Y" Hut and its surroundings. The hut provides a place for recreation and fellowship any time during the day.

YW CABINET AND OFFICERS

Among those pictured below are the Cabinet members and officers of the YWCA. The officers on front row from left to right are Martha Johnston, Tanya Anderson, Carole Ann Carr, Elizabeth Bowman, Nell Ward, and Ann Brooks.

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MATHEMATICS CLUB

The Marie D. Graham Mathematics Club was organized for all students majoring or minoring in mathe- matics and in pre-engineering. The purpose of the club is to learn to appreciate more of the wonder and greatness of mathematics and how it has come to be what it is today, as well as to explore the recrea- tional side of life.

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Frne Highsmith

VICE PRESIDENT Fred Robertson

SECRETARY AND TREASURER Sue Flanagan

SOCIAL CHAIRMAN Cynthia Jones

ADVISORS Dr. Clarence Monk Dr. John Reynolds

LIBRARY CLUB

The Library Club was organized by students of library science with the objective of learning more about books and of encouraging more students to study in the field of library science.

This year, the club sponsored weekly movie reviews, brought well-known publishers to the campus, and sponsored Book Week.

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Carolyn Merritt

VICE PRESIDENT Carole Carr

SECRETARY Jane Carroll

REPORTER Gwen McClamrock

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CIRCLE K

OFFICERS AND BOARD

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Paul Singleton

VICE PRESIDENT Eddie Dennis

SECRETARY Robert Jackson

TREASURER Joe Pierce

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Paul Singleton

Eddie Dennis

Robert Jackson

Joe Pierce

Edward P. Monroe

Gus Manos

Curtis Hendrix

Delano Driver

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Left to right: Robert Jackson, Joe Pierce, Gus Manos, Curtis Hendrix, Delan Driver, Edward P. Moneo, and Eddie Dennis.

Leadership Scholarship Citizenship

A scene taken from the Circle K Variety Show.

PAUL SINGLETON President

The Circle K Club is sponsored by the Greenville Kiwanis Club for men students outstanding in leader- ship, citizenship and scholarship. The East Carolina Chapter is one of the leading Circle K clubs in the country. It assists the Kiwanis Club its annual show, sponsors an annual Circle K Variety Show, and provides a student with a scholarship

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ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Lillian Griffin

VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Lancaster

SECOND VICE PRESIDENT Kay Thomason

THIRD VICE PRESIDENT David Kinlaw

SECRETARY Jane Gidden

TREASURER Joanne Hardee

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Jonnie Simpson

HISTORIAN Betty Helen Mobley

PUBLICITY Katherine Dismuke

EAST CAROLINIAN REPORTER Joan Eason

PUBLICATIONS Ann Brooks

SOCIAL COMMITTEE Barbara Davenport Peggy Smith

UNESCO Sandra Boone

The American Association for Childhood Educa- tion is an international professional organization concerned with the education and well-being of children. The members of the A. C. E. endeavor to promote desirable conditions and practices in the school, to continue professional growth, and to adjust the school program to the child's needs for the betterment of child welfare.

ACE Homecoming Float

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SCIENCE CLUB

The Science Club was organized and became affiliated with the Student Science Clubs of America in 1934. It has as its aim the stimulation of a desire for a deeper and more meaningful study of science and to challenge students to become more conscious of a scientific world. A sincere interest is the qualification for membership.

Members Meet Challenge to Scientific World

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Paul L. Singleton

VICE PRESIDENT Mac Lancaster

SECRETARY AND TREASURER Margaret Conyers

Pictured left to right: Paul Singleton, Margaret Conyers, Dr. Knight, Miss Lucille Rice, and Mac Lancaster.

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB

The Industrial Arts Club was formed in 1949 to advance Industrial Arts in Eastern North Carolina and to promote greater interest and fellowship among the students of the Industrial Arts Department of East Carolina College. Some of the club's activities include presenting a trophy to the best decorated dormitory at Homecoming, presenting copies of the annual to various schools in the state, and sponsoring various field trips of a professional nature throughout the year.

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Richard Anthony

VICE PRESIDENT Maurice Fleming

SECRETARY Lewis Davis

TREASURER David Britt

ADVISORS Tom Haigwood Robert Leith

VETERANS' CLUB

The Veterans' Club is a social organization for all ex- servicemen interested in fur- thering friendships and per- forming worthwhile duties for East Carolina College. It assists in the procurement of athletic scholarship funds, and in helping veterans with V. A. forms and college ad- justment. One of the most outstanding contributions of the Veterans' Club to the campus was the presentation and dedication of the Victory Bell.

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HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSE

Promotion of Leadership and Initiative Is Aim of HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

An important step in the development of interest in Home Economics on our campus took place in 1924 with the organization of the East Carolina Home Economics Club.

The organization is affiliated with the North Carolina Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association.

The club sponsors a bazaar each year at which a large number of homemaking articles produced by the club members are sold to the college and surrounding com- munities.

OFFICERS

President Ruth Turnage

VICE PRESIDENT Janet Powell

SECRETARY Margie Price

TREASURER Shirley Bucham

PRESIDENT Ruth Turnage practices courtesies of being a good hostess.

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MUSIC CLUB

The Music Education Club is sponsored by students in the Department of Music and this year has an enrollment of 135 members.

The main purpose of the club is to help the individual obtain perfection in the field and find a feeling of self-confidence and success.

The Music Education Club also brings noted speakers to the campus and invites the entire student body to attend.

ENGLISH CLUB

One of the oldest clubs on campus, the English Club aims to further interest in good literature and to afford a means of social intercourse among the English majors in the college.

The club also serves as a means of further- ing the relationship between the faculty and the students.

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Mary Flynn

SECRETARY Helen McClanahan

TREASURER Barbara Jenkins

ADVISOR Dr. Frank Hoskins

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The East Carolina College chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America was organized in 1954. Its pur- pose is to foster interest in the business occupation and in teaching, to acquaint the students of the Business Department with one another, and to work together for the mutual interest and benefit of its members and of the Business Department as a whole. The main objective for the 1957-58 academic year is to promote F.B.L.A. in the Northeastern District of North Carolina.

FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA

Foster Interest in the Business Vocation

The third annual convention of F.B.L.A., held at Hotel Robert E. Lee in Winston-Salem, was highlighted by a banquet and dance on the Balinese Roof. Here, F.B.L.A. members were pleasantly surprised by an ice statue of the eagle of progress that was presented to the conven- tion by the hotel. The East Carolina College Chapter is one of the most active chapters in North Carolina.

Lower right corner:

Miss Martha "Bee" Mendenhall rides on the Mercury convertible as F.B.L.A. homecoming sponsor in the Home- coming parade.

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Sylvia Jones

VICE PRESIDENT Euclid Armstrong

RECORDING SECRETARY Betty Daniels

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Joyce Hardison

TREASURER Martha (Bee) Mendenhall

REPORTERS Lou Lewis Annette Barnes

STATE TREASURER Council Jarman

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OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Gail Cox

VICE PRESIDENT Elaine Smith

RECORDING SECRETARY Joanna Smith

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Ann Johnson

TREASURER Marian Smith

ASSISTANT TREASURER Mary Keene

EAST CAROLINIAN REPORTER Frances Owen

BUCCANEER REPORTER Ann Pleasants

ADVISORS Miss Emma L. Hooper Dr. Woodrow Flannary

MISS GAIL COX

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA

The Robert H. Wright chapter of the Future Teachers of America was chartered May 10, 1939, with Miss Emma L. Hooper as the founder. The F.T.A. is a professional association for college or university students preparing to teach.

The Robert H. Wright chapter at East Carolina tries to provide its members with opportunities for de- veloping personal growth and professional competencies and for gaining an understanding of the history, ethics, and program of the organized teaching profession.

STATE TREASURER Council Jarman

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OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Council Jarman

VICE PRESIDENT Dick Hoffman

SECRETARY Rachel Steinbeck

ASSISTANT SECRETARY Virginia Blanford

TREASURER Ted Lee

FACULTY ADVISOR Mr. Fredrick Wolf

YOUNG REPUBLICANS' CLUB

The Young Republicans' Club was organized in September, 1957. It provides a means through which Republican-minded students may as- sociate themselves to learn of Republican policies and organization. Its aim is to better inform citizens and activate them in the Republican Party.

A Democratic Republic

YOUNG DEMOCRATS' CLUB

Although the Young Democrats' Club does not endorse any particular candidate for nomination in the biennial Democratic Primaries, its support goes to the Democratic nominee in the fall elections. The purpose of the club is to stimulate in the students an interest in better government and to encourage more active participation in politics.

PRESIDENT Bobby Hall

FIRST VICE PRESIDENT Jane Duke

SECOND VICE PRESIDENT Clark Taylor

SECRETARY Barbara Whitehurst

TREASURER Jean Duke

PARLIAMENTARIAN Howard Baker

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Bobby Young Don Yanchinson Jackie Byrd Marshal Forbes

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ART CLUB

The purpose of the Art Club is to provide a student an outlet for art activities normally found in the curriculum. The organization has sponsored well known speakers from various art fields, has helped in the exhibition program of the college, and has sponsored field trips to various art shows and galleries.

VARSITY CLUB

The Varsity Club is an association of men students who have earned a varsity letter and is composed of lettermen from every sport.

One of the major projects of the club this year was sponsoring the football game between the junior varsity and the University of Richmond. The major goal of the club is to boost the athletic program of the college through spirit and participation.

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AQUANYMPHS

The Aquanymphs is an organization of girls who are interested and skilled in synchronized swimming. The Aquanymphs display their talent each year with performances at the high school swim meet and the annual water show sponsored by the Aquatics Club.

AQUATICS CLUB

The Aquatics Club is an association of varsity swimmers, the Aquanymphs, and students interested in promoting water sports. Included in the activities of the club are the handicapped swim clinic, the annual high school swim meet, and the promotion of the swimming team. In addition, the Aquatics Club spon- sors an annual water show as a means of financing its annual program.

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Photographers are no re- specters of persons. Even the football team gets visited occasionally on such an hour as is depicted in the picture.

AN INFORMAL LOOK AT THE FOOTBALL TEAM

WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION

The Women's Recreation Association is an organization for women students interested in participating in the athletic activities of the campus.

The purpose of the Association is to encourage the spirit of play and to work for the promotion of physical activities among women students.

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT Ann Wilson

VICE PRESIDENT Sylvia Beasley

SECRETARY Betty Lee

TREASURER Hilda Roberts

EAST CAROLINIAN REPORTER Pat Dunn

BUCCANEER REPORTER Levon Forbes

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COLLEGE UNION

The College Union is the community center of college students, faculty, administration, alumni and guests of the College. The Union is a part of the educational program of the College. It consists of the Book Store, Sta- tionery Store, Soda Shop and the Recreation Area. The College Union Student Board con- sists of elected officers and committee chair- men who act in an advisory capacity on programming in the Recreation Area of the College Union. In all its processes it en- courages self-directed activities, giving maxi- mum opportunity for self-realization and for growth in individual social competency and group effectiveness. The committee mem- bership is made up of interested students who volunteer to help initiate and execute activities and services for the entire student body and is open at all times for new mem- bers who wish to join. Its goal is the develop- ment of persons as well as intellects.

Pictured above are Miss Cynthia Mendenhall and Mrs. Dottie Fagan who supervise the recreational area of the College Union.

STUDENT SUPPLY STORES

Book Store

Soda Shop

Stationery Store

Pictured above are staff members who are in charge of the Student Supply Stores.

RECREATION AREA

Terrace

Lounges

Dance Area

Ping Pong Room

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COLLEGE UNION

COMMI

PRESIDENT- LaVisa Chrismon

SECRETARY-Catherine Aman; Flora Ruth Boseman, acting

TREASURER-Fredric Robertson

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN

Music and Dance: Buddy Mangum

Social: Mike Katsias, Barbara Faircloth

GAMES:

Fine Arts: Phyllis Poole, Nancy Lilly

Publicity: Betty Fleming

Special Projects: Martha Wilson Jimmie Wall

Publicity Committee

President LAVISA CHRISMON

Music and Dance Committee

THE COLLEGE UNION ORGANIZATION

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STUDENT BOARD

TTEES

Fine Arts Committee.

Special Projects Committee.

Social Committee.

Games Committee.

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"Dancing in the Dark"

Cherry Pepsi's and the latest gossip.

Ping Pong

Let's play fair!

Bicycles Built for Two

RECREATION AREA. . .

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Books! books! books!

World Series

It must have been funny!

Is this place familiar?

Morning Break at the soda shop

School daze.

...STUDENT SUPPLY STORES

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WWWS

Radio at East Carolina College has had its ups and downs- or perhaps we should say "sounds and si- lences"- a year of great activity in providing tape re- cordings for use by North Carolina radio stations was followed by a time during which this activity almost completely stopped. Since January, 1956, our ECC tape service has provided more than 3,000 programs broadcast by large and small radio stations.

On April 17, 1957, our campus FM educational station went on the air. Its power is 3950 watts, its place on the FM dial is 91 .3 megacycles, its transmitter and tower and some studios are in Joyner Library. Other studios are in Austin building. It is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission as an edu- cational station. It is an active member of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, and the Inter- national Goodwill Network.

From its inception WWWS has been a student ac- tivity under the guidance of Mr. Wendell W. Smiley; our chief engineer, Marvin Hill; and Miss Rosalind Roulston, of the ECC English Department. The policy of the station is: "to provide programs of entertain- ment, education, and information."

Ten seconds . . . five seconds . . . one second . . . you're on the air. "This is East Carolina College Radio Station WWWS, 91.3 on your radio dial."

MISS ROSALIND ROULSTON

Campus Director of Radio and Television

Left: Pausing a moment from their daily activities, these radio station personnel regard the camera as though it were a gun muzzle.

Right: We have quite a variety of records in our library. Just what type would you like- classical, popular, or jazz?

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Top left: Now if I were engineer for a radio station, I'd listen to records, read the news, laugh at the commercials, and then my job!

Top right: It wouldn't be wise to push the wrong button, not wen all ECC is listening to what you might say.

RADIO...

Chief Engineer

Second from top: "Girls!! Did you know that nine out of ten dorm women like men?" Yep! That's what Uke is trying to inform the world about.

Third from top: Don't guess thsi is an unusual scene

Bottom right: H'm ... Wonder what these two are conversing about. Is it campus news, or the latest sports.

Bottom left: What are we doing next, gang?

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Television at East Carolina College has many facets. Like a diamond in the process of being cut and polished, our television jewel is flashingly reflecting the life of the college in three ways: television courses for college credit; the administration, faculty, students, and guests of the college in programs reflecting many ideas and activities; and- the side still to be cut- closed circuit tele- vision.

Our pictures on these pages show the TV studios we're using: WNCT, Channel 9, Greenville; and WITN, Chan- nel 7, Washington.

"Let's Go To College"- our Channel 9 program- has been a popular part of the Sunday programming of WNCT from almost the first day the station went on the air in 1954. Students, faculty members, guests, music, scientific demonstrations, forums, plays, talks, news, salutes to cities of North Carolina, and all types of for- mats have been tailored to fit this program and to pro- vide information and entertainment.

When Channel 7 went on the air in the fall of 1955, East Carolina College became a part of its Sunday sched- ule with a panel discussion type of program called "Question!" and later changed to "E.C.C. Impact!" Dr. Leo W. Jenkins, Vice President and Dean of the College, is in charge of the television courses and closed circuit TV. The other programs are the responsibility of Miss Rosalind Roulston, Director of Radio and Television.

... TELEVISION

Dr. J. A. Withey and Peggy Brooks perform in front of the camera. Could it be that this is a husband-wife routine?

The College Union informs the TV audience about our Homecoming Activities at East Carolina College.

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The Newspaper staff join together for a roundtable discussion of current news and other articles of interest to the viewers.

Who is going to operate the camera today?

Dr. Staton and Dr. Wolf discuss plans for their TV programs

The business organizations on campus join to present a television program about the current business trends.

I wonder who will provide entertainment today? Could it be that the Music Department is planning to perform? I'm sure it was a very good program.

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CAPTAIN JEAN M. CRANE

LIEUTENANT COLONEL EDWARD J. MALONEY

AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

STAFF SGT. H. H. JUSTICE

TECHNICAL SGT. LEON MANNING

STAFF

LIEUTENANT ROBERT W. VINING

CAPTAIN GEORGE B. PATTERSON

MASTER SGT. JOSEPH G. WEILAND

TECHNICAL SGT. THOMAS E. WINSTEAD

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USAFROTC

The Air Force ROTC here at East Carolina College offers the young man the opportunity for personal development as an individual cadet into a capable leader, as a potential Air Force Officer, or a citizen cognizant of the challenge of new air age frontiers, where even the realms of sound and time are left behind.

The unit was activated in 1948 at East Carolina and is now in its tenth year. It is one of the college's best developed departments. It offers great opportunities to those young men desiring to become pilots, navigators, or observers in the USAF.

A varied program, well executed by a competent staff, provides the cadets with an interesting four-year program in the ROTC.

61ST SQUADRON COMMANDER AND ADJUTANT

Cadet 1st Lt. John L. Gray, Adj. and Cadet Major Edward P. Monroe, Jr., Commander.

CADET GROUP COMMANDER AND STAFF

DRILL TEAM

62ND SQUADRON COMMANDER AND ADJUTANT

In the picture to the left: Cade 1st Lt. James W. Clark, Adj., and Cadet Major James A. Smith, Commander.

The Drill Team performs the difficult Queen Anne's Salute in preparation for the Homecoming game ceremonies

DRILL TEAM ON PARADE

Some Homecoming queens ride in different type converti- bles, wouldn't you say?

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THE CADET DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS

THE BEAUTY OF THE CORPS

JOY JORDAN 62nd Squadron

JIMI McDANIEL Group Sponsor

THE SPONSORS

TENNYS WARREN Drill Team

LINDA WICHARD 61st Squadron

THE COLORS

..., two, three, four.

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FLIGHT "A" DRILL TEAM

UNITED STATES ...

FLIGHT "B"

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FLIGHT "C"

... AIR FORCE RESERVE

FLIGHT "D"

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FLIGHT "E"

OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

FLIGHT "F"

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PHI

Kenneth Crocker Vice President

Carlton J. Adams

Harry Archer

Jack Beaman

Jim Bowden

A. C. Hinton, Jr. Recording Secretary

Purvis Boyette

David Britt

Steve Davenport

Coleman Gentry

Warren Browning Corresponding Secretary

Lee Giles

Frederick James

George Knight

Edward P. Monroe

Dan Godfrey Treasurer

Tommy Nash

Linwood W. Pittman

Jim Pleasant

Malcolm Rhodes

Elbert Pritchard Historian

Glenn Ross

Verne Strickland

Jeneal Teander

Oliver Williams

Don Ricketts Sergeanf-at-Arms

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SIGMA PI

The Tau Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi, national honorary education fraternity, was chartered in 1928, thus making it the oldest func- tioning organization on the East Carolina College campus, outside of the Student Government Association itself of which Phi Sigma Pi is a member.

To become a member of Phi Sigma Pi, one must first have an over-all "2" average on all work completed in college and be of at least sophomore standing. These qualifications having been met, the candidate is investigated for his demonstration of leader- ship and fellowship by the members of the fraternity and a secret ballot is then cast.

Besides its many other activities, Phi Sigma Pi annually sponsors the Sweetheart Ball, and also presents the OUTSTANDING SENIOR AWARD at the end of each school year.

At the National Convention held during the spring of 1957 in Warrensburg, Missouri, Tau Chapter was successful in having its advisor, Dr. Richard C. Todd, elected to the office of National President of Phi Sigma Pi.

BETTY ANN BURNHAM Homecoming Sweetheart

CHAPTER SPONSOR: Dr. Richard C. Todd

Eddie Dennis President

National Convention at Warrensburg, Missouri

Outstanding Senior Award.

Our Sweetheart on parade.






Rufus Baker

Jean Hargett President

Betty Freeman Vice President

Joan Ramseur Secretary

Julia Kendall Assistant Secretary

Esther I. Barker

Floyd Clinton Bowen

Chestine Boyd

Mary Willis Cain

James Dillon Cherry

Carolyn Corbett

Beta Kappa Chapter for the third time won the National Pi Omega Pi Achi( Award. This award is given annually to the chapter which carries on the most active program.

Betty Jean Daniels

Ann Gayle Davenport

CHAPTER SPONSORS: Miss Lena C. Ellis Miss Frances Daniels

JEAN HARGETT Homecoming Sweetheart

Lou Ellen Flowers

Barbara Griffin

Billie Carson Hardison

Kitty Flowers Hargett

Come October 31 each year, Beta Kappa Chapter puts its best ghosts and goblins for- ward to entertain the students of East Carolina at the Halloween Carnival.

Ennis Ray Harrell

Gerald C. Jackson

Peggy Ann Jackson

Lou Taylor Lewis






William Kent Treasurer

Ruth Burchette Co-Historian

Council Jarman Co-Historian

Loretta Stone Assistant Historian

Harrell E. Mabe

PI OMEGA PI

Pi Omega Pi was organized to create fellowship among teachers of business subjects. The aims of the group were to encourage scholarship in business education, to aid in civic betterment in colleges and universities, to encourage and foster high ethical standards in business and professional life, and to teach the ideal of service as the basis of all worthy enterprise.

Beta Kappa Chapter of Pi Omega Pi was installed at East Caro- lina College on February 12, 1944. The fraternity has had a very colorful history and one that has not gone unnoticed. The National Convention adopted in 1950 a plan by which the achievement of Pi Omega Pi Chapters might be recognized through the presenta- tion of an award to the outstanding chapter in the nation. Beta Kappa has competed five times and was voted the outstanding chapter three times, the latest year being 1957.

Pi Omega Pi's and F.B.L.A.'s contribution of a float in the Homecom- ing parade. The float is the 50th Anniversary Cake.

Jean Hargett, the fraternity Homecoming sponsor, rides aboard a Thunderbird in the parade. The Thunderbird is driven by Council Jarman.

Nancy Carol Mallard

Nancy Jackson Manning

Martha Rose Mendenhall

Betsy Ann Mills

Anna Montgomery

Wiliam Hoke Page

Evelyn Bradshaw Penney

Leonard T. Pulley

Charles A. Rhodes

Don Ricketts

Josephine Louise Spencer

Walter Swing

Amelita Thompson

Linyear Wallace

Oliver Williams

I. K. Williamston






KAPPA DELTA PI

Kappa Delta Pi is a society interested in the improvement of teaching service, and to that end endeavors to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its members and to quicken professional growth by honoring achievement in educa- tional work. Its purpose is to encourage high professional, intel- lectual, and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. To this end, it invites to membership such persons as exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy education ideals, and sound scholarship.

The Eta Chi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was founded at East Carolina College in June 1953. Its membership is limited to those juniors and seniors who have 2.5 quality point average and nine hours of education courses. The chapter has begun a practice of giving a tea each quarter in honor of those students who are on the Dean's List that quarter.

Kappa Delta Pi is an Honor Society in Education, incorporated on June 8, 1911, under the laws of the State of Illinois.

JANET ROSS Homecoming Sweetheart

Barbara Morton Vice President

Nancy Spain Secretary

Mary Neale Treasurer

Marian Morrison Historian

Pat Daniels President

Frances Bradley

Steve Farrish

Helen Gooden

Dottie Jo James

Peggy Kepley

George Knight

Clarice Merritt

Betty Mobley

Joyce Pierce

Janet Ross

Adolphus Spain

Joe Stell

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CHI BETA PHI

Chi Beta Phi is a national honorary scientific fraternity for under- graduates. The Fraternity was founded at Randolph-Macon Col- lege, Ashland, Virginia, in April, 1916. On October 27, 1935, Chi Beta Phi was approved as an associated society by the Ameri- can Association for the Advancement of Science.

The Alpha Gamma Chapter of Chi Beta Phi was chartered in 1953 under the sponsorship of Dr. Charles Reynolds and Mr. Chester Scruggs of the East Carolina Science Department. There were 25 charter members.

Tomorrow's scientist at work today.

A prospective member must be at least a third quarter sopho- more and be a science or mathematics major. He must have a scholastic average of 2 quality points per credit hour on all science, mathematics, and psychology courses and a scholastic average of 1 .5 quality points per credit hour on all other courses.

The fraternity has as its objectives the promotion of greater individual interest and higher scholarship in science, mathematics, and related fields. The members teach "coach classes" and are urged to do individual research.

CHAPTER SPONSORS: Dr. Grover Everett Dr. Leland Stewart

James Pleasant President

Ray Overton Vice President

Olivia Thompson Secretary

Ferne Highsmith Treasurer

Jack Cherry

Kenneth Crocker

Roy Forbes

Margaret Gilbert

Joe Haislip

A. C. Hinton, Jr.

Shirley Hunt

Frederick James

Margaret Rose Powell

Elbert Pritchard

Ouida Reaves

Glenn Ross

Martha Underhill

Shelby Wicker

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David Britt Vice President

Charles Cox Treasurer

Lewis Davis Secretary

Clark Armstrong Reporter

Richard Anthony

Charles Ray Davis

Donald Everhart

James Walter Gerock President

James Gearhart

ALPHA DELTA TAU

Malcolm Knox

ANN HUGHES Homecoming Sweetheart

Alpha Delta Tau is an honorary fraternity based on scholastic achievement in Industrial Arts. It recognizes accomplishments, pro- motes scholastic proficiency, fos- ters professional advancement, and upholds personal and profes- sional honor.

To be eligible a student must be a major or minor in Industrial Arts, have a two or higher average in Industrial Arts, and have a three or higher average outside Indus- trial Arts. He must have at least a sophomore standing and have at least twenty-four hours in In- dustrial Arts.

Melton G. Lilly

Willard Moody

Henry Wheeler

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Eleanor J. Cuthrell

Betty Edwards

Glennie Ruth Ellis

Peggy Harvin

Violette Parham

Maxine Tingle

Janet Wall

Barbara Whichard

Betsy Willson

Phi Omicron was organized at East Carolina College in March, 1952. It has set as its long-range goal the affili- ation with a national home economics honorary fraternity.

The purpose of Phi Omicron is four- fold: to encourage interest and scholar- ship in home economics; to aid in civic betterment at East Carolina; to en- courage and foster high ethical stand- ards in business and professional life; and, finally, to teach the ideal of ser- vice as the basis of all worthy enter- prise through the development of per- sonality, leadership, initiative, and poise in such a way as to lend distinc- tion to the profession of home eco- nomics.

Each year we send delegates to the American Home Economics Convention to get new ideas for improving our department. Other projects have been replating a silver service and purchas- ing flat silver for the Home Economics Department.

SHIRLEY BUCHAN Homecoming Sweetheart

PHI OMICRON

Margie Price President

Shirley Buchan Vice President

Betty Calhoun Secretary and Treasurer

Nancy Willis Reporter

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Our supper meetings have been a source of many hours of interesting conversation this year.

BARBARA HARRIS Homecoming Sweetheart

PHI MU ALPHA

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Zeta Psi Chapter, honorary professional music fraternity for men, was chartered at East Carolina in February, 1955. Since that time it has gained distinction and dignity so that it now ranks as one of the outstanding fraternities on the Campus. It has four principal aims: To advance the cause of music in America,- to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music; to develop a true fraternal spirit among its members; and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. In desiring to carry out these aims, it strives not only for a high quality of musical performance, but annually sponsors a program of American Music. Socially, it sponsors three dances a year, the one in the Spring Quarter being formal. Last year this dance, "Venetian Night," was one of the social highlights of the year. This past fall it co-sponsored the special train which took sports enthusiasts to the game at Portsmouth.

Admission is by invitation, pending the high quality-point average which its members must maintain.

Tony Brandon

Jesse Boyd

David Doolittle

Robert Fleming

Wallace Giles

Henry Goodman

Jesse Joyner

Kenneth Killebrew

Thomas Lewis

Jack Pindell

James Piver

Gerald powell

Denis Price

William Sexton

William Speight

Jeneal Teander

Ted Lee






Bob Ellwanger Vice President

Milton Mann Secretary

John Lowery Treasurer

Linwood Pittman Alumni Secretary

Ralph Shumaker Parliamentarian

Joe Stell Historian

Stephen Farish Choral Director

Fred Shehdan Warden

George Knight President

One of our most enjoyable and profitable projects of the year was the refreshment car on the special train to the Richmond. E.C.C. game.

The sweetheart of Phi Mu Alpha arrives at the Venetian Ball via gon- dola.

"Spare the rod and spoil the child."

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Martians?

Delta Sigma Pi in regular session.

LINDA WHICHARD Homecoming Sweetheart

Euclid Armstrong, Jr.

DELTA

Delta Zeta Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was founded at East Carolina College on May 21, 1955, to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity, and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation be- tween the commercial world and students of commerce; and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the com- munity.

Jack Baker

James Batchelor

John Carr

Bryan Coats

Herbert Corey

John Filicky

R. C. Hall

Jimmy Hardee

Ramon Harmon

Frank Harris

Herman Harrison

J. C. Humphrey

Robert Kornegay

Vernon McLean






James Metzgar

Thomas Mixion

Thomas Norris

John O'Carroll

Stacy Rhodes

Bill Robinette

William Stephens

Earnest White

Joseph Wiggins

Charles Green President

Bob Wilson

SIGMA PI

Membership in Delta Sigma Pi may be granted to only those male students who are regularly enrolled in the university, school, college, or department of commerce and business administration or pursuing pre- commerce and business administration sub- jects; of good moral character, who have maintained a scholastic average of "3" and who are elected to membership by unani- mous secret ballot.

Eugene Brown Senior Vice President

Lacy Bell Junior Vice President

Edgar M. Delamar Chancellor

Robert Sessoms Secretary

CHAPTER SPONSORS: Mr. W. W. Howell Mr. William Durham

Bobby Flye Treasurer

Bobby Miller Historian

Charles Smith Ritual Chairman

Walter Crumpler Social Chariman

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SIGMA ALPHA IOTA

Sigma Alpha lota came into existence June 12, 1903, and there are 107 active chapters and 70 chartered alumni chapters throughout the United States today.

The Beta Psi Chapter of Sigma Alpha lota was organized on the East Carolina campus in the spring of 1955. It is an honorary professional music fraternity for women.

The main purpose of Sigma Alpha lota is to further the develop- ment of American Music and to raise the standards of productive musical work among women students of colleges and conserva- tories.

Upper corner: Say cheese.

Lower: Poor Sampson

Go prepared.

BARBARA WINDLEY Homecoming Sweetheart

Hilda Tedder President

Francis Hillburn Vice President

Barbara Harris Vice President

Nancy Caldwell Secretary

Anna Montgomery Treasurer

Barbara Windley Chaplain

Dottie Jo James Sergeant-at-Arms

Martha Babb

Carrietta Blades

Imogene Bland

Ann Cromartie

Dee Dorsett

Connie Dunn

Sarah Edwards

Joan Eudy

Shelby Grady

Dorothy Hayes

Frances Johnson

Cynthia Roth

Doris Pate

Shelby Sheffield

Joan Sparks

Larita Umphlett

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TAU SIGMA

The Alpha Chapter of Tau Sigma honorary educational fraternity was founded on the campus of East Carolina College in the spring of 1955. This fraternity was the outgrowth of a club organized by members of Dr. Judson White's Psychology 205 class.

The objectives of this organization are to be an organization for educational exploration; to supplement classroom work with actual experience; to give the student members an opportunity to meet first hand problems and situations that will eventually be met in the field; and to provide a living laboratory in which to work and learn in what practical ways to be of service.

RAE BRITT Homecoming Sweetheart

The President and the Sweetheart of Tau Sigma at the Homecoming Dance.

Homecoming parade.

Georgia Leggette Vice President

Peggy Savage Recording Secretary

Barbara Blanton Corresponding Secretary

Joyce Roberson Treasurer

Mary Duncan Historian

Goerge Bagley President

Catherine Aman

Malisia Barbour

Alice Rae Britt

Selma Herring

Janice Hilburn

Mary Blanche Jessup

Joe Pond

Gordan Robinson

William F. Rarie

Lou Ann Alphin

Dwight Smith

Geraldine Smith

J. C. Morrisv

Foster Morse

Virginia Mumfordv

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Rachel Steinbeck Vice President

Quida Reaves Secretary

Carolyn Waters Assistant Secretary

Don Ricketts

SIGMA PI ALPHA

Carole Robbins President

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The Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha, National Honorary Language Fraternity, is now in its nineteenth year at East Carolina.

The objectives of this fraternity are to learn more about the geography, people, language, life, customs, history, industries, and culture of foreign countries,- to stimu- late interest in the study of languages; and to make a contribution toward bringing about a better understanding between these countries and ours by having a better knowl- edge of them.

To be a member of Sigma Pi Alpha, a person must have an average of "2" in foreign language courses and an average of "3" in other college courses.

Annual beach party at Mr. Flem- ing's cottage at Morehead.

NANCY HARRIS Homecoming Sweetheart

Elaine Carawan

Mary Dilda

Angela Harris

Nancy Harris

Janet Hodges

Mary Ann Isles

Artemis Kares

Dorothy Langston

Norma Siler

Joanne Smith

Patricia Smith

Barbara Jean West

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Julian Ford Vice President

Vernon Lewis Secretary

Bob Pearsall Treasurer

Harlon Mosley President

ALPHA PHI OMEGA

The Alpha Phi Omega was founded in 1953 by former boy scouts who were interested in doing service to the college through a spirit of brotherhood. It is a national service fraternity which now has more chapters than any other similar organization on college campuses. Alpha Phi Omega aids the development of friendship and the promotion of service to humanity. The highlight of each year's activity is the annual White Ball held on campus during the Christmas season.

Qualifications for membership are based on records of former activities in scouting and interest in serving school, scouting, humanity, and fellow brothers through brotherhood and service. Membership is open to stu- dents in all departments who are interested in service.

Jimmie Wall

Jim Warner

Edward Andrews

Jack Beaman

william Briley

James R. Cooper

Paul E. Darden

Edgar M. Delmar

John Dunn

John Epperson

Seaton Fairless

Franklin Freeman

Joseph A. Harrell

Curtis Hendrix

Raddy Holton

Chirs Johnson

Mike Katsias

Robert Needs

Jimmy Phelps

Bob Raynor

Adolphus Spain

LaVerne Strickland

James E. Trice

Thomas Walker

Ed Baxter

charle Elgin

JACKIE McDANIEL Homecoming Sweetheart

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Nice in any hemisphere.

Charles E. Elgin President

Deryl C. Bateman

Harold beck

Jessie R. Boyd

Stephen E. Davenport

CHAPTER SPONSOR: Dr. Robert Cramer

Roddy Jones

Leslie King

Calvin Mills

L. Gerald Mills

Food- an international subject.

Glenn C. Woodard Vice President

Nan Youman Secretary

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GAMMA THETA UPSILON

The geography fraternity, Beta lota Chapter, was founded in 1955. The number of charter members totaled 31, and in 1956 there were 64 active. The goal of the fraternity is to further pro- fessional interest in geography by affording a common organiza- tion for those interested in this field. In the year 1955, Gamma Theta Upsilon placed first in the Homecoming parade.

The fraternity has also made a campus map, drawn and pub- lished in 1956. This map is distributed to visitors of the campus and neighboring towns. East Carolina ties with the University of Washington for third place among the nation's colleges and uni- versities in number of students enrolled in courses in geography during the 1956-57 school year, according to the official Directory of College Geography in the United States.

JANE GIDDEN Homecoming Sweetheart

Clyde Haddock

Coy Ward

Joseph Hoffman

Max Hollaman

Donald Howell

George Potter

Eugene Ratliff

Bill Shaw

Charles Sioussat

Wilfred Vance

With world in hand

Fredric Kaminski Treasurer

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Kappa Sigma Nu

INTER- FRATERNITY COUNCIL

Charlie White

David Thompson

James Phelps

Roddy Jones President

Sigma Rho Phi

Merle Teachey

Tommy Baker

Jim Owens

Phi Gamma Pi

Mac Lancaster Vice President

Gordon Robinson

Ray Joynerv

Royce Shingleton

Phi Kappa Alpha

clark Taylor

Jim Teachey

The Inter-Fraternity Council consists of representatives from all social fra- ternities at East Carolina College. Mem- bership is open to any social fraternity recognized by the college administra- tion, Student Government Association, and which meets the requirements of the Inter-Fraternity Council as set forth in the bylaws of its constitution.

The purpose of this council shall be to advance the interests of East Caro- lina College, to promote the general in- terests and welfare of the associated fraternities as a body, and to insure co- operation between them in their rela- tions with the faculty, student body, and public in general.

The Council supervises a formal Rush Week for freshmen during the winter quarter and sponsors an organized Greek Week during the initiatory per- iod.

L. E. Alford Secretary

Mike Katsias Treasurer

Delta Sigma Rho

Tommy Nelson

Hugh Vann

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BETTY ANN THOMAS Homecoming Sweetheart

A whale of a Homecoming.

The Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma Nu on parade.

Charles White, President

KAPPA SIGMA NU

The Kappa Sigma Nu Fraternity was organized October 19, 1955. It is a local social fraternity, and its membership is opened to all men stu- dents who meet the re- quirements for initiation.

The prime purpose and aim of Kappa Sigma Nu is to promote fellow- ship and mutual trust among its members, to uphold the traditions and the ideals of the college, to encourage excellence in scholastics, and to in- culcate in its members the highest ideals of manhood and good citi- zenship.

Encouraging full stu- dent participation in all college activities has been the chief project of the Fraternity this year.

Darrel Hurst Secretary

Robert Jackson Treasurer

Voight Pritchard Assistant Treasurer

Lyle Cooper Warden

Harrell Ruffin Chaplain

Billy Cozart social Chairman

Billy Arnold

Frank Bush

James Causby

Bobby Conway

Preston Fields

Bob Hunt

Roddy Jones

Harold Langdon

Walter Moore

Harion Mosely

Jimmie Phelps

James Scott

James Speight

David Thompson

Bennie Waters

Ken West

Glen Woodard

John Epperson






Climb aboard the Homecoming band- wagon, and let's roll on to vicotry.

Congratulations from the President.

DELTA

Delta Sigma Rho was founded in 1956 with eighteen charter members. There have been two pledge classes bringing the active membership to thirty-nine.

The fraternity sponsored Miss Carole AAcDaniel from Kinston, N. C, who was chosen Homecoming Queen of 1957.

In furtherance of the aims of the fraternity, the members have recognized certain standards of attainment. They are expressed in the ideals symbolically represented by the three-pointed em- blem, the pyramid: Scholarship, Character, and Friendship. "We seek true friendship through group interaction, responsibilities, and accomplishments. As true friends we aim to develop our- selves, our college, and our fraternity. As true friends we seek a common goal- to be considered outstanding in every field of en- deavor. This is the ultimate goal of Delta Sigma Rho."

Andy Andreanopolous

George V. Bagley

George R. Baynes

Jack Calvert

Arthur De Stout

Delano A. Driver

Gerald S. Duffie

Coy W. Harris

Terry W. Hauser

Johnny Hudson

Edward P. Monroe

Thomas B. Nelson

Wade Nixon

Thomas Parker

Sherwood Peacock

Perry b. Pearsonv

Edward T. Pilkington

Joseph A. Pond

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Shake, Rattle, and Roll was in order at our shipwreck party.

Her Majesty the Queen CAROLE McDANIEL

SIGMA RHO

Harry Archer President

Norman Anderson Vice President

Thomas Edison Secretary

Frank Thomas Treasurer

Claude T. Hull

James M. Hutchinson

William Jenkins

Mike Katsias

Thomas H. Lane

H. Richard Little

Herman Marshburn

Mac McPherson

Thomas H. Salter

Norman T. Sears

William G. Shaw

Archie A. Steele

Hugh Vann

Wade T. Ward

John J. West

Buddy Whitfield

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SIGMA

Merle Teachy President

Homecoming Parade Float of 1957

Lester E. Alford

Wade Bodenheimer

Bertram Burriss

Dennis Conner

James Daughety

Charles Dyson

Robert Franck

Harvey Godfrey

Clenton Leggette

Eugene Lusk

Charles Madison

James Matthews

Gary Mattocks

William O. Meachum

Earl Miller

Bob Patterson

Norman Pridgen

Eugene Ratliff

George Slaughter

Edward Stone

Earl Telliga

William Thacker

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RHO PHI

James Parkins Vice President

Furman Doty Treasurer

Sigma Rho Phi was founded at East Caro- lina College in 1951 . Formerly a service or- ganization, it became social in 1956.

This fraternity was founded for the pur- pose of developing campus-wide brother- hood and to render services to the college and the city of Greenville.

Ralph Donald Jones Secretary

Ted Gartman Business Manager

Peter Gurley Chaplain

Thomas Baker Sergeant-at-Arms

Lee Atkinson

Robert Balance

Edwin Baxter

Ralph Becton

Adrian Herring

Robert Hutchens

Fred James

Ira T. Land

Thomas Nash

Terry Norman

Robert Owen

James Owens

George C. Turner

William Vestal

Wayne Walker

Gerald Willis

MARTHA JANE HAMMOND Homecoming Sweetheart

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John Ferguson Vice President

George Smothers Business Manager

Hughes Giles R. Secretary

Richard Westbrook C. Secretary

Joseph Benfield Treasurer

William Rogers Sergeant-at-Arms

Harlan Carraway Chaplain

PHI GAMMA PI

The Phi Gamma Pi fraternity was organ- ized December 12, 1956. The main goal of this fraternity is to be of benefit in every way possible to our school, church, and community. It also strives to give the mem- bers a binding brotherhood which will make everyone stronger in academic, religious, and social endeavors.

Gordon E. Robinson President

DOTTIE WILEY Homecoming Sweetheart

Along the parade route.

Roger Averette

William E. Byrd

Seaton Poe Fairless

W. Boyce Honeycutt

William L. Howell

Ray E. Joyner

James C. Morris

Royce G. Shingleton

James W. Shropshire

Kermit A. Thompson

James E. Turner

Charles M. Uzzell

William H. Wallace

Bobby S. Warren

J. Stewart Wooten

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Grady Austin

Grady Bailey

Richard J. Buckley

George James

Preston Jarvis, Jr.

Cedric Johnson

Mac Lancaster

Ken Nielson

Jacob Reid Parrott, Jr.

Charley Pugh

Milton Singletary

J. Cecil Smith

James Teachey

Jim Warner

Bobby R. Wilson

Marion G. Young

Thomas Farlow Vice President

Thomas Gainer Secretary

Jefferson Strickland Sergeant-at-Arms

William Scott Chaplain

Miss Alice Horne Actress Award

Just whose player are they mourning?

PHI KAPPA ALPHA

Phi Kappa Alpha is a social fraternity with two purposes -to award trophies to the outstanding actor and actress of the College Playhouse as voted by the fraternity, and to award a fifty-dollar scholarship to a deserving freshman boy who has completed one quarter's work at East Carolina.

Phi Kappa Alpha was organized on March 20, 1956, by Jim Warner. The brothers served as ushers at the spring graduation of 1957.

MARY LOU DICKENS Homecoming Sweetheart

Clark O. Taylor President

A pretty girl.

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JACK BOONE

JIM MALLORY

HOWARD PORTER

PIRATE COACHING STAFF

BOONE was assistant coach from 1948 to 1952. He became head football coach in 1952. Boone played his college ball at Elon where he was selected to Little All-America his senior year.

MALLORY is head baseball coach and as- sistant in football. He attended the University of North Carolina where he lettered in football and baseball. He was on the staff of Elon College before coming to E.C.C. in 1953.

PORTER is head basketball coach. He was assistant basketball coach at University of Kansas during 1943-44 season. In 1954, his team won the district 26 NAIA basketball championship and went to Kansas City to National NAIA Tourna- ment.

SMITH is an East Carolina graduate. Before returning to his alma mater, he served as director of athletics at Campbell College. At the present time he is assistant coach in football, basketball, and baseball. He played his college ball here at East Carolina.

MILLER has for the past two years since his arrival walked off with the North State Confer- ence track championship. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, and was on the staff at Appalachian before coming to E.C.C.

MADIGAN is assistant coach in football. He played his college ball here at East Carolina. After graduation from college, he coached at High Point High School, and at Needham Brough- ton High School in Raleigh.

McDONALD played tackle at East Carolina from 1949 to 1952 and returned in 1957 as assistant football coach. He played and coached at Shaw Air Force Base in 1954 and was selected outstanding coach in service football in 1956.

DeSHAW is serving as swimming coach in the absence of Ray Martinez who is in Iowa work- ing on his doctorate. Dr. DeShaw is a graduate of New York University, and joined the staff here in 1949. He taught at UCLA in 1946.

J. O. MILLER

FRANK MADIGAN

BILL McDONALD

CHARLES G. DeSHAW

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Football

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TOMMY NASH halfback

LARRY HOWELL tackle

JAMES FAIRCLOTH tackle

JAMES SPEIGHT halfback

EAST CAROLINA 7

RICHMOND 40

The Pirates opened the 1957 season as an un- derdog against the University of Richmond Spid- ers. The opening debut for both teams resulted in a big victory for the Richmond team who took advantage of a weak East Carolina pass defense.

The Pirates outplayed Richmond in the opening quarter but never were able to muster another of- fensive drive to score. The Spiders made their first threat at the beginning of the second period and dropped the Bucs for a score of 40-7.

Nash intercepts would-be touchdown pass.

Spiders score their first TD on pass in end zone.

Slaughter brings Richmond back to turf.

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HOWARD BEALE end

LEE ATKINSON halfback

BILL SKEETER quarterback

CHARLES COOKE tackle

EAST CAROLINA 7

DAVIDSON 19

A more experienced Davidson Wildcat eleven took advantage of the breaks and edged a fired- up East Carolina club in its first home game.

The Cats of former ECC coach Bill Dole capi- talized on two Pirate mistakes- one in the second period and the other in the final minutes of the game- to record their second win of the season and deal the victory-hungry Pirates their second loss of the season.

Even in defeat, the entire East Carolina line drew praise for their fine showing while James Speight, Tommy Nash, and Bob Lilley proved to be the workhorses in the Buc backfield.

Stand up, everybody

Loose ball as Pirates and Wildcats scramble.

Salmons seems surrounded by Davidson defenders.

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Nash goes around end for Pirate gain.

Host of Pirate tacklers bring Indian to halt

EAST CAROLINA 14

CATAWBA 36

Halfback J. T. Davis sprinted 69 yards on a punt return midway the second quarter to break a previously East Carolina-dominated game and send the Catawba Indians on to a 36-14 North State Conference win.

The usual story proved to be true for the Pi- rates as they started out like a house afire only to fizzle under pressure.

The only thing the Pirate fans had to cheer about was Zehring's passing. He completed nine out of 20 for 144 yards.

Beale picks up first down after taking in pass from Zehring.

WAYNE DAVIS guard

STUART HOLLAND quarterback

JAMES DAUGHTRIDGE center

DAVID ROGERS guard

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Do they make it?

Hell, yes!

EAST CAROLINA 12

ELON 21

Elon's bruising Christians came to town amid the color and excitement of East Carolina's gala 50th anniversary Homecoming and chopped the Bucs down 21-12 before 10,000 fans at Col- lege Stadium.

It was the Bucs' fourth straight loss of the season and the first time in six years that an East Carolina team had been licked in a homecoming match.

The Bucs managed to score once before the half, but failing to convert, trailed the Christians at halftime by a score of 7-6.

Shortly after the beginning of the second period, Elon started rolling again and went on for the victory. The Bucs made their final score in the closing seconds of the game.

Speight gets ready to cut back on would-be Elon tackler.

Tommy Nash sweeps end for a sizeable gain against the Christians.

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KEN BURGESS guard

RALPH ZEHRING quarterback

BUCKY DENNIS end

GEORGE SLAUGHTER fullback

EAST CAROLINA 7

WESTERN CAROLINA 20

The Pirates lost their third loop engagement while visiting the Western Carolina Catamounts at Cullowee. The Cats took advantage of numer- ous Pirate fumbles to record a 20-7 victory. It was the third win in North State play for the Western Carolina team.

The Pirates were able to gain a 7-7 halftime score when James Speight broke loose for a 39 yard jaunt. The Cats broke the deadlock in the second half, however, by pouncing on several ECC fumbles which were turned into touch- downs.

Lilley halts Western Carolina ballcarrier.

Fans brave showers to cheer Pirate team.

Speight lugs ball to Buc touchdown.

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TOMMY JONES end

BILL CAIN end

LYNN BARNETT center

VERNON SLAMON halfback

EAST CAROLINA 7

NEWBERRY 20

Once again, two costly mistakes led to the downfall of the Pirates as the once-beaten Indians of Newberry College ground out a 20-7 win in College Stadium.

Both teams fought on even ground during the opening period with neither team making a serious threat. The Indians broke a scoreless deadlock with only a few seconds remaining in the first half when a TD and the extra point pushed their team to a 7-0 lead.

East Carolina tied the game in the third quarter, but Newberry went on to win with a touchdown in the third period and another in the final min- utes of the game.

Speight breaks loose for yardage.

Newberry tackier stops drive.

Pirates stop Newberry on goal.

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Pirates and Mountaineers scramble for loose ball.

Buc defense tightens up to halt Western Carolina march.

"We want a touchdowm."

EAST CAROLINA 6

APPALACHIAN 7

The visiting Mountaineers of Appalachian edged East Carolina from a near-conference win by registering an extra point over the Bucs in the fourth conference game of the Pirate season.

ECC struck first in the second quarter when they drove 71 yards for a 6-0 lead. Tommy Nash dashed 33 yards to spark the drive and then running mate, James Speight, broke loose to scoot over from the 1 7.

The Mountaineers turned the tide by intercept- ing a Buc pass and capitalizing on the extra point.

The Bucs once again started a drive in the final stages of the game, but a fourth down pass fell incomplete to end the threat.

JOE HOLMES fullback

PERRY PEARSON tackle

BOB LILLEY fullback

CHARLIE BISHOP halfback

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Bear back picks up big chunk of ground behind excellent downfield blocking.

Lilley picks up a first down despite rugged Lenoir Rhyne defense.

EAST CAROLINA 7

LENOIR RHYNE 55

Like a run-away steamroller in a forest, Lenoir Rhyne's powerful football team knocked down East Carolina's defense in the Bucs' last home game of the season.

The Bears whipped up a quick lead of 21-0 in the first quarter of the game and chilled any thoughts of an East Carolina upset.

The Lenoir Rhyne team continued to score at will throughout the game and handed East Caro- lina a 55-7 loss. The Bucs earned a lone tally in the second quarter.

It was a rough night for the Pirates.

ED EMORY guard

GEORGE TURNER quarterback

BOB MAYNARD fullback

DICK MONDS guard

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DAVID THOMAS end

GLENN BASS halfback

CHARLES VAUGHN end

PAT DRAUGHON halfback

EAST CAROLINA 6

PRESBYTERIAN 0

Coach Jack Boone's freshman-sophomore stud- ded club matured during this final game of the season and emerged the winner in the last 12 seconds of play, thanks to the talents of Lee Atkinson, who played a spectacular game.

The Pirate forward wall easily turned in its best effort of the season with a determined spirit which averted a winless record for the year.

Game conditions were far from ideal due to the complications of rainy weather, with the visitors' playing field in poor condition. Other- wise, the score would have probably been higher.

Lee Atkinson snares winning pass.

Pirates pick up first down through center of Presbyterian line.

A scene from the Pirate bench.

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BASKETBALL

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IKE RIDDICK

GUY MENDENHALL

HAROLD INGRAM

MARION HALES

Basketball fortunes skyrocketed once more as has been the custom in the past for the Pirates of East Carolina under the tutelage of Coach Howard Porter, the "sly fox." Loaded with height, speed, and accurate shooting, the cagers set a scorching pace against their rival North State Conference foes.

One sad note was the loss of popular Nick Nichols, who suffered a recurring shoulder injury re- ceived last season. Harold Ingram, nicknamed the "Mule" for his rugged play, played a brilliant final season as the leader and captain of a predominantly youthful aggregation. The accent was truly on youth with the likes of such performers as Ike Riddick, Jessel Curry, Don Smith, Joe Plaster, and Connie Huffman. Veterans Charlie Adams and Guy AAendenhall provided an invaluable in- fluence evident in every game.

The Pirates scored early season wins over conference rivals such as Elon, Guilford, High Point, Catawba, and Appalachian. Each game produced a team effort on the part of the Pirates. Big Joe Plaster impressed his followers with the remarkable improvement shown during this past season.

Curry and Smith are newcomers from Portsmouth, Virginia, who promise to make quite a name for themselves before leaving the confines of Memorial Gymnasium. The sparkling play of Riddick, the Greenville product, caught the eye of fans from both sides with his alert ball-handling.

First row: Coach Porter, Curry, Adams, Plaster, Riddick, O'Brien, Coach Smith. Second row: Mendenhall, Ingram, Hall, Hales, Gurtner, Smith, Huff- man.

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CHARLIE ADAMS

JOE PLASTER

DON SMITH

JESSEL CURRY

Lenoir Rhyne cleans Pirate boards.

Curry shooting jump shot for two points.

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Jessel Curry finds himself surrounded by strangers from Hickory.

Ingram(12) and Smith (19) plan new strategy.

Plaster waits for the good news.

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Captain Harold Ingram let a long one go on its worker.

It's in . . . It's good!

Everyone set for the return ball.

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Mendenhall and Ingram pursue.

That "Spider" never quits; always fighting.

Tap-in for ECC.

Big Jim Hall tries to grab that ball

Ike Riddick takes his shot.

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Curry just can't seem to get rid of these fellows.

Who's got it?

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Where did it go?

Guy "Spider" Mendenhall lays one in off the board.

A Bear and a Pirate fight for that basketball.

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BASEBALL

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Nixon, Treon, Robbins, and Stewart.

Seeking their third straight North State Conference title, the Pirates fell short due to a series of bad breaks during the vital last days of the season. The Pirates ended finish- ing second in a down-the-stretch duel with Elon.

One of the best games resulted when ECC downed N.C. State 5-4. Ben Baker went the full nine innings for the Pirates and gave up only seven scattered hits. Bermey Stevens, Dean Robbins, and Joel Long were the big men at the plate.

MANAGER EPPS READY

BRUCE SHELLEY

DOUG WATTS

CHARLIE RUSSELL

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Baker, Shelley, Russell, and Wilson.

WADE NIXON

Long, Nance, Cockrell, Chappell, and Draughon.

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BOBBY PATTERSON

Conference champion

880-yard run

ROBERT MAYNARD

Conference champion

220-yard dash

FOSTER MORSE

Conference champion

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TRACK

Coach James Miller appears to want to make conference championships a con- tinuous sort of thing . . . armed with abundant talent in every event, the Pirates made shambles of the North State Conference! Elon's Christians for the second year were a distant second.

One of the sweetest victories of the season was enjoyed when the tracksters and Miller journeyed to N.C. State and came out on the big end of a 71-59 score.

The Bucs were composed of an outstanding array of talent, which shouldn't suffer too much since only a couple of boys will be missing from the championship team when the season rolls around again.

Consistent point-makers were Jim Henderson, Bobby Patterson, Eddie Dennis, Robert Maynard, Charlie Bishop, Cliff Buck, Foster Morse, and Dennis O'Brien.

Some fast action from the E.C.C.-William and Mary meet which was held in Norfolk.

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NORTH STATE CONFERENCE MEET

100-yard dash: 1. Henderson (ECC); 2. Maynard (ECC); 3. Tie, Gregg (Elon) and Speight (ECC); 5. Getsinger (Guilford). T-10.2.

220-yard dash: 1. Maynard (ECC); 2. Getsinger (Guilford); 3. Bridges (Elon); 4. Salmon (ECC) 5. Cofield (Atlantic Christian). T-22.5.

880-yard run: 1. Patterson (ECC); 2. Garner (Guilford); 3. Atkinson (ECC); 4. DeMatteo (Elon); 5. Short (Elon). T-2:06.3.

One-mile run: 1. Tie, Buck and Morse (ECC); 3. Easter (Catawba); 4. Shaw (ECC); 5. Blackman (Guilford). T-4:50.6.

Two-mile run: 1. Morse (ECC); 2. Buck (ECC); 3. Harden (Guilford); 4. Simpson (Elon); 5. McCachren (Catawba). T-I0:I6. (New conference record.)

120-yard high hurdles: 1. Henderson (ECC); 2. Gregg (Elon); 3. Holmes (ECC); 4.

Bennett (Elon); 5. Stephenson (Elon). T- 14.6- 220-yard low hurdles: I. Henderson (ECC); 2. Tie, Maynard (ECC) and Gregg (Elon);

4. Duane (Atlantic Christian); 5. Webb (Guilford). T-24.6.

Shotput: 1. Stauffenberg (Elon); 2. Newcomb (Elon); 3. Holmes (ECC); 4. Pfieman (Catawba); 5. Tie, Gildersleeve and Winner (Catawba). D-42 feet.

Discus: 1. Saunders (Lenoir Rhyne); 2. Abernathy (Guilford); 3. Pfierman (Catawba); 4. Gildersleeve (Catawba); 5. Holmes (ECC). D-129 feet l|i/ 2 inches.

Javelin: 1. Dennis (ECC); 2. Getsinger (Guilford). D-167 feet 7 inches.

High jump: 1. Gregg (Elon); 2. Tie, Meads (ECC) and Stephenson (Elon) and Dodson (ECC) and Burgess (Guilford). H-5 feet 6 inches.

Broad jump: 1. Speight (ECC); 2. 5. Bishop (ECC). D-21 feet 2 inches.

(ECC); 3. Gregg (Elon); 4. Bradham (Elon);

Pole vault: 1. O'Brien (ECC); 2. Tie, Carmines (Elon) and Henderson (Guilford); 4. ie, Browmlee (Elon) and Bennett (Elon). H-ll feet. (New conference record.) Totals: East Carolina- 105, Elon- 55, Guilford- 32, Catawba- 22, Lenoir Rhyne- 5.

BILL SHAW

JOE POND

Charlie Bishop comes into the home stretch in first place.

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DENNIS O'BRIEN, Conference champion: pole vault; and EDDIE DENNIS, Conference champion: javelin.

WADE WARD

JIM HENDERSON, Conference champion: 100-yard dash, 120-yard high hurdles, and 220-yard low hurdles.

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CHARLIE BISHOP

Conference champion

440-yard dash

BOB RUCK

JOE HOLMES

LYNN BARNETT

Not pictured: JAMES SPEIGHT Conference champion: broad jump.

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SWIMMING

East Carolina's swimming team provided the "golden event" during the past year as they set their best record in the history of the water sport at the college in the process of winning the N.A.- I.A. championship.

The championship meet took place in Carbondale, Illinois, at the University of Southern Illinois. Twenty teams from all over the country battled for the coveted crown which East Carolina won by a margin of 54-50 over Southern Illinois.

One of the shining lights throughout the spectacular season, which saw the Pirates compile a seven won, three lost, and one tie record against the best teams in the South, was Bob Sawyer. Many veteran observers have commented that this junior from Greensboro will develop into a great swimmer and possibly East Carolina's first All-American in swimming before graduation. Another star performer was diver Ken AAidgette, who captured second place in the N.A.I. A. meet. When mem- ories of this past season are revived, the names of Jim Meads, Harold McKee, Ted Gartman, Steve Wilkerson, Mike Williamson, Jack Kobberling, Glen Dyer, Sid Oliver, Dick Denton, Joe Wallace, and A. B. Benfield will long be remembered.

Coach Ray Martinez took a year's leave of absence to complete his doctorate study at the end of the year. The season was a fitting climax to four diligent years of relentless work to produce a champion.

Ted "Anchor" Gartman, the only senior on this year's team, has been a member since the beginning of the sport at the college four years ago. Big Ted has been the backbone of the "Mermen" for the last two years. His specialty is the Butterfly event. The likeable veteran will be sorely missed next season.

Bob Sawyer is the quiet, ceaseless worker, who has molded himself into an outstanding swimmer. A backstroke specialist, Bob has many Pirate fans who take great pride in his every accomplishment. Sawyer has only been beaten once in the last two years- a loss to Carolina's All-American Charlie Krepp.

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Ken Midyette, a junior this year, is the outstanding diver of the team. Ken took a second place at the N.A.I. A. meet last year.

Mike Williamson, a sophomore, is the only re- urning distance man this year. Mike got a fourth and a fifth in the N.A.I.A. last year.

Jack Kobberling, also a junior this year, is the mainstay of the . breaststroke. Jack got a third last year in the N.A.I.A.

Glen Dyer, a sophomore, is the other diver and the most improved one, too. His record in the N.A.I.A. last year was a fourth.

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Sid Oliver, a sophomore and the last returning member of the N.A.I. A. team, was the butterfly and breaststroke artist. Sid got a third in the butterfly and a fourth in the 440 last year at the meet.

Bob Connoley, a freshman this year, was the new distance man. Bob was work- ing as the new partner for Williamson.

John Forbes, also a freshman, worked on the backstroke as Sawyer's partner.

The meets that were held last year came with teams much larger than E.C.'s. The Pirate "Mermen" emerged on top in the following: V.M.I., Davidson, William-Mary, Wake Forest, Duke, V.P.I., and in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. The "Mermen" lost twice to Carolina and once to Washington-Lee. They tied the University of Georgia; and when they went to the Carolina Invitational Swimming Meet, came out second with Carolina taking first.

The Pirates this year had trouble scheduling meets because of last year's great record. The only teams that were scheduled this season were Duke, Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina A.C., V.M.I., and William-Mary. Of the meets held at this printing, the "Mermen" had tied Duke, lost to Carolina, V.M.I., North Carolina A.C., and beat William-Mary.

Seated, left to right: Lusk, Forbes, Connolley, Manager Benfield, Carroll, Oliver. Standing: Williamson, Gilgo, Dyer, Midyette, Tucker, McCann, Sawyer, Gartman, and Coach DeShaw.

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George Gilgo, a freshman, is the new breaststroker and is Kobberling's partner.

Tommy Carroll, a freshman, helps the backstroke and the distance races.

Jack McCann, also a freshman, is one of the new sprinters and shows great promise.

CO-CAPTAINS Bob Sawyer and Ted Gartman

The swimming team under the leadership of Coach Charles DeShaw had one of its hardest seasons. This is blamed to the fact that only the top ranked teams in the country swim us. Coach DeShaw worked hard to get the team swimming meets but ran against many obstacles.

Manager A. B. Benfield, the other head mem- ber of the team, was a junior this year and was in his second year with the team. His job, even though long and hard, was done with great efficiency.

Freshman Tommy Tucker was Jack McCann's freestyle partner in the 50 and 100-yard dashes.

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TENNIS

Coach Ray Martinez's netmen finished the season with one of the best records in the South and the best in the history of the college as they breezed through 16 victories while suffer- ing only 3 losses. The Pirate netters packed all the big guns as they demolished some of the same teams which had previously dominated East Carolina.

Among the victims were such opponents as North Carolina State, Wake Forest, College of Charleston, Stetson University, Jacksonville Naval Air, Guilford, Elon, Atlantic Christian, and Lenoir Rhyne. All were convincing wins.

Leading the team which possessed the best record in the state was top man, Maurice Everette, with a brilliant service game. John West, Billy Hollowell, and John Savage were freshmen who came through in fine fashion. Each of these performers amazed rival teams with their veteran-type play. Mike Katsias and James Blake were the veterans who completed the potent starting six.

The conference tournament was dominated by the Pirate netters as Everette repeated for the second year as the conference champion and West and Savage advanced to the finals before losing the doubles.

With only the loss of Blake to mar next year's chances, it appears that the Pirate netters are set for another year of dominating the tennis scene of the North State Conference.

Coach Ray Martinez talks things over with North State Conference champion Maurice Everette.

West, Hollowell, Brown, and Savage.

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MIKE KATSIAS

JOHN WEST

BILLY HOLLOWELL

LAWRENCE BROWN

JOHN SAVAGE

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IRA LAND

RADDY HOLTON

MIKE UZZELL

GOLF

After the poor season experienced last year, the Pirate linksters returned to the form which they have displayed in previous years of enjoying the top position in the North State Conference- they finished second in this year's conference tournament. During the regular season meets, the linksters won all their six-man meets, but split the four- man meets.

Veterans Ira Land, Raddy Holton, Wayne Workman, and Mike Uzzell carried the meets to close margins in every match throughout the season. These same men will also form the nucleus of next year's team which should have an excellent chance of recapturing the conference title. Coach Howard Porter led the linksters as they ven- tured to the various courses during the 1 957-58 encounters.

Land, Workman, Uzzell, and Holton before leaving the number one tee.

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HAROLD BECK

WAYNE WORKMAN

Members of the golf team warm up on the putting green before they tee off for a prac- tice round at the Greenville Country Club.

FRED SEXTON

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CHEERLEADERS

The Purple and Gold of East Carolina was ably represented throughout the year thanks to the services of cheerleaders who devote both time and effort to their work. Chosen by a faculty- student committee, they're selected on the merit of their ability to best arouse the spirit of the student body and fans of Pirate athletic teams.

Janet Hodges was selected from the group of girls themselves and has served during the past year as head cheerleader. All the girls are found at every major athletic event where their chants and cheers lend much to the occasion.

JANET HODGES, Head Cheerleader

E.C.C. cheerleaders join with Lenoir Rhyne for cheer during halftime at College Stadium.

BETTY PHILLIPS

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JOY JORDAN

PEGGY KEPLEY

CAROLINE SWAIM

JOYCE WHITTLE

PAT TWIFORD

ELEANOR BOWDEN

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INTRAMURAL SPORTS

During the past year an organized effort to continue a substantial intramural sports program at East Carolina has been in effect. For the past several years, intramural sports had been somewhat of a haphazard thing at ECC. Problems of officials, play- ers, equipment and other details had caused dissatisfaction among those connected with the programs. The past year has been a very successful one under the guidance of intramural director Harry Archer.

The Intramural Council presided over all intramural athletics, carried out the details, and made the rules. All clubs, fraternities, or individual groups who take part in intramural athletics must sponsor teams in three of the four sports offered. The sports offered are football, basketball, Softball, and tennis.

A points system is observed, whereby each team in a particular sport receives points to its position in the standings at the end of each season. Then, at the end of the full year, the club, fraternity, or group which sponsors the team with the most points will win the rotating trophy donated by the Delta Sigma Rho fraternity.

Intramural Council members: John Spoone, Johnny Hudson, Stewart Wooten, Thomas Edison, Harry Archer, Hector Black, Grady Bailey, and Lyle Cooper.

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Bill Shaw is too late to stop long forward pass by E.P.O. back.

Loose ball in intramural action.

Ed Stone kicks off after EPO touchdown.

Delta Sigma Rho hits for two more points as they capture another game in intramural basketball league.

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Abbott, Mamie; Kinston 133

Abercrombie, Bobby M.; Mt. Holly 133

Acker, Carl Raymond, Jr.; Greenville 69

Adams, Betty Sue; Greenville 155

Adams, Carlton Jay; Greenville 133

Adams, Charles H.; Cary 133

Adams, Curtis Franklin; Angier 133

Adams, Polly Nell; Fuquay Springs 184

Adams, Sara Elizabeth; Greenville 133

Adams, William Culbreth; Faison 133

Adcock, Frederick D. ; Durham 133

Agee, William Hugh, Petersburg, Va. 133

Aiken, Frances Merle; Fuquay Springs 155

Aiken, Mary Lynn; Fuquay Springs 155

Albritton, Sidney Mewborn; Hookerton 171

Alcock, Annette; Bridgeton 155

Alcock, Velma Dean; Pollocksville 184

Aldredge, Sarah Bland; Salisbury 171

Aldridge, Clifton Douglas; La Grange 155

Aldridge, Joseph William, Jr.; Kinston 69

Aldridge, William Dale; Elkin 133

Alexander, Rosalind Elfreth; Roper 155

Alford, Joseph B., Jr.; Kenly 133

Alford, Lester Elbert, Jr.; Whitakers 69

Alford, Nancy Carol; Stanfield 155

Alford, Robert Wilfrid; Tarboro 133

Allen, Betty Compton; Cedar Grove 171

Allen, Edward Vance; Jamesville .. 171 Allen, Jay Lloyd; Four Oaks 133

Allen, Patricia Elaine; Greenville 184

Allen, S. Dean; Farmville 171

Allen, Sue Riddle; Plymouth 69

Alligood, Bette Lou; Washington 171

Alligood, Betty Lou; Washington 155

Alligood, Ronald Ray; Washington 171

Allman, Patricia B; Zebulon 133

Alphin, Clara Lynda; Mt. Olive 171

Alphin, Nancy Evelyn; Mt. Olive 133

Alphin, Lou Anne Rouse; Kinston 69

Alston, Gene Arden; Littleton 184

Alston, Lloyd Earl; Ahoskie 171

Alston, Patricia Southerland; Warrenton 69

Altman, William Gordon; Greenville 133

Aman, John Dennia, Jr.; Greenville 155

Aman, Sarah Catherine; Jacksonville 69

Anderson, Norman W; Rockingham 133

Anderson, Tanya Vone; Fountain 69

Andreanopolous, Andy John; Wilmington 69

Andrews, Edward Thomas; Robersonville 133

Andrews, John Cleveland, Jr.; Greenville 69

Andrews, Lillie Margaret; Williamston 70

Andrews, Marvin Lee; Farmville 133

Andrews, William Clayton; Rocky Mount 171

Angle, Mary Lee ; Lancaster, Pa. 133

Anthony, Richard Bryant; Walstonburg 70

Armstrong, Euclid D., Jr.; New Bern 155

Armstrong, William Clark; Wallace 70

Arnold, Janet McGee; Raleigh 171

Arnold, William Vance, Jr.; Greenville 70

Arnold, Wilson Thomas; Supply 171

Asbell, Sara Margaret; Tyner 133

Asby, William Leon, Jr.; Washington 70

Ashworth, Mary Elmer; Fuquay Springs 183

Aswell, Shelva Jean; Four Oaks 133

Atkins, Barbara Ann; Littleton 70

Atkins, Jacqueline Dolores; Sanford 70

Atkins, Marietta; Burnsville 171

Atkinson, Charles Lee; New Bern 133

Atkinson, Lois Evelyn; Fayetteville 184

Atkinson, William S.; Fairmont 155

Ausbon, Lawrence McDonald; Hobgood 155

Austin, Betty Raye; Aurora 183

Austin, Grady Stone; Hatteras 155

Austin, Meldon Swayne; Gates 171

Autry, Elizabeth Marie; Clinton 155

Averette, Roger Hardy; Greenville 171

Avery, Ernest Monzell; Kinston 155

Aycock, Carl Thurston; Gaston 171

Aycock, Carolyn; Pantego 133

Alcock, Katie Jo; Micro 155

Aycock, Sonja Delores; Wilson 171

Ayers, Mary Frances; Washington 171

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Babb, Martha; Roanoke Rapids 183

Badgett, Georgia Elizabeth; Mt. Airy 155

Bagiey, George Vernon; Hobbsville 70

Bailey, Alice Love; Stantonsburg 171

Bailey, Barbara Ann; Woodsdale 171

Bailey, Grady Coleman; Greenville 70

Bailey, Jordan Wesley; Jacksonville 155

Bailey, Larry Glenn; Faison 155

Bailey, Michael Chisman; Washington 171

Baines, George Brooks; Zebulon 171

Baker, Ben Larry; Zebulon 133

Baker, Bernice Milton; Reidsville 171

Baker, Edward Watson; Elizabeth City 70

Baker, Fayette Harrell; Greenville 71

Baker, Howard Ney; Erwin 155

Baker, Jack Lee; Badin 133

Baker, Jacquelyn Nell; Zebulon 184

Baker, Patsy Ann; Greenville 133

Baker, Rebecca McDonald; Carthage 71

Baker, Rufus Edison; Aurora 71

Baker, Sarah Janet; Roseboro 171

Baker, Sue; Badin 183

Baker, Willard Kent; Elizabeth City 155

Baldree, Nelson Isaac; Ayden 171

Baldree, Richard William; Kinston 171

Ballance, Mary Susan; Fremont 171

Ballance, Robert Osbern, Jr.; Manteo 71

Ballance, William Davis; Manteo 155

Ballew, Jessie Ward; Winston-Salem 71

Banks, Rosalie; Grantsboro 133

Baraghimian, Greg; Bagdad, Iraq 71

Barber, Sadie Marie; Clinton 155

Barbour, Brookie Anne; Four Oaks 171

Barbour, Edith Rachel; Willow Springs 171

Barbour, Malisia Carrie; Willow Springs 71

Barbour, Peggy Fredalyn; Wilson's Mills 171

Barbour, Robert Breen; Willow Springs 133

Barefoot, Brenda; Benson 171

Barefoot, James E.; Dunn 133

Barefoot, Noah B.; Salemburg 155

Barker, Ann McAden; Semora 71

Barker, Esther Ingle; Arapahoe 71

Barker, Hilda Jean; New Hill 155

Barlow, Kenneth Alan; Hollister 71

Barlow, Leonard Hall, Jr.; Kannapolis 171

Barnacascel, Ann Elizabeth; Windsor 155

Barnes, Allie Mae; Coats 72

Barnes, Annette L.; Elizabeth City 183

Barnes, Dave Louis; Rocky Mount 72

Barnes, Doris Christine; Roanoke Rapids 171

Barnes, Doris Miriam; Chadbourn 155

Barnes, Frances Yvonne; New Bern 183

Barnes, Judith Louise; Wilson 184

Barnes, Woodrow Wilson, Jr.; Rich Square . ...171

Barnett, Esther Marie; Pantego 133

Barnett, Lynn Morris; Alexandria, Va. 133

Barnhadt, Margaret Tuton; Whiteville 72

Bamhill, Nathan Clayton; Stokes 171

Barnhill, Norma Josephine; Greenville 72

Barrier, Lynn P.; Spencer 72

Barrow, Mary Alice; Greenville 171

Barwick, Mary Carol; Kinston 171

Basden, Sandra Jean; Ayden 184

Bass, Alden Glenn; Wilson 171

Bass, Annette Rose; Four Oaks 155

Bass, Edward Lee; Wilson 155

Bass, Frances Amanda; Nashville 171

Bass, John Edwin; Newton Grove 72

Bass, Leslie R.; Nashville 171

Batchelor, James W. ; Richlands 133

Batchelor, Margaret Ann; Rocky Mount 133

Bateman, Deryl Lee; Durham 72

Bateman, Martha Jane; Durham 171

Batson, Buren T.; Greenville 133

Batten, Patricia Jane; Laurinburg 171

Batts, Barbara Louise; Bailey 171

Batts, Letitia; Chinquapin 72

Batts, Rebecca Gaylord; Roper 72

Batts, William Morris, Jr.; Rocky Mount 133

Baucom, Nellie Ruth; Monroe 134

Baugh, Albert W.; Greenville 155

Baxley, Olivia G. ; Lumberton 171

Baxter, Edwin Y. ; Pompano Beach, Fla. 155

Baynes, George Robinson; Summerfield 134

Beale, Fenton Lee; Boykins, Va. 171

Beale, Howard M., Jr.; Portsmouth, Va. 134

Beam, Chranson; Lincolnton 72

Beam, Peggy Joyner; Cherryville 171

Beaman, Carlton Reid; Snow Hill 171

Beaman, Jesse Vause; New Bern 73

Beasley, Richard Watkins; Oxford 134

Beasley, Robert Wayne; Plymouth 171

Beasley, Sylvia Mae; Raleigh 134

Beatty, James B.; Mount Holly 171

Beckwith, William Dewey; Apex 155

Becton, Ralph Neal; Goldsboro 134

Belangia, Cynthia; Arapahoe 184

Belangia, Elmo McCotter, Jr.; Arapahoe 171

Bell, Betty Lou; Atlantic 171

Bell, Lacy Moore, Jr.; Currie 134

Bell, Walter James; Seaford, Del. 171

Bellamy, William E.; Rockingham 134

Benfield, Joe S.; Morganton 134

Benfield, Richard Allen; Newton 134

Bennett, Archie Howell; Bellarthur 134

Bennett, Patricia Ann; Edward 155

Benton, Ann Grissom; Chadbourn 134

Benton, Bright Davis; Monroe 134

Benton, Loretta A.; Hobbsville 184

Berryhill, Alexander Mack; Charlotte 134

Berryman, Jane Claire; Greenville 155

Best, Betty Anna; Mt. Olive 171

Best, Jean Maxine; La Grange 171

Best, Jordan B.; Mt. Olive 171

Bestedt, Marylyn Olive; Greenville 73

Bethune, Alexandria Best; Linden 155

Bethune, Bobbie Ann; Bunnlevel 171

Biggers, Foy Jerone; Concord 171

Biggs, Dennis Marion; Williamston 155

Biggs, Molly Marie; Williamston 171

Biggs, Patricia Ann; Rocky Mount 171

Birmingham, John C, Jr.; Wilmington 134

Bishop, Charlie Earl; Washington 73

Bishop, Jimmy C; Cramerton 73

Bizzell, Robert Charles; Goldsboro 171

Bizzell, Shelby Jean; Snow Hill 134

Black, Hal Ondra; Waco 73

Black, Hector Alfred; Fayetteville 155

Black, William Donald; Whiteville 155

Blackman, Ernest Ray; Hallsboro 171

Blades, Carietta; Elizabeth City 134

Blanchard, Edna; Wallace 155

Bland, Charlie Durwood; Greenville 134

Bland, Imogene; Gaffney, S. C. 73

Bland, Sarah Pickett; Greenville 66

Bland, Virgil Earl; Scotland Neck 134

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Blanford, Virginia Caroline; New Bern 134

Blanton, Barbara Jean; Teachey 73

Bledsoe, Judith Ellen; Raleigh 171

Bland, Thomas Alton; Norfolk, Va. 171

Bleynat, Edward Louis; Valdese 73

Blinson, Bobby Randolph; Clayton 155

Bliss, Ruby; Ph. D. 60

Blue, Ellen Rebecca, Carthage 171

Bodenheimer, Roy Wade; High Point 155

Bolton, Betty Jean; Warrenton 155

Bonner, Betsy Ross; Aurora 171

Boone, Sandra Jean ; Burlington 134

Bordeaux, Augus Foster; New Bern 73

Bowden, James Jarman, III; Kenansville 73

Booth, John L, Rocky Mount 171

Boseman, Flora Ruth; Enfield 155

Bostie, Mary Sue; Benson 172

Boswell, Judy Ann; Wilson 172

Bowden, Mary Eleanor; Faison 155

Bowen, Jean Carolyn; Jacksonville 172

Bowen, Floyd Clinton; Belhaven 134

Bowen, Verna Faye; Ayden 155

Bowen, Jene Ronald; Southern Pines 74

Bowen, Marilynn Gloria; Kinston 74

Bowen, Nancy Patricia; Washington 183

Bowen, Norma Allen; Pinetown 134

Bowen, William H.; Pinetown 134

Bowers, Martha Ann; Norlina 155

Bowles, Jean; Beaufort 155

Bowman, Elizabeth Ann; Liberty 134

Bowman; Hilda Sue; Germanton 134

Boyd, Barbara J.; Lenoir 134

Boyd, Charles Fuller; Greenville 134

Boyd, Chestine G.; Edward 74

Boyd, Darrell Milton; Rocky Mount 74

Boyd, Hallet Edward; Pinetown 134

Boyd, Jesse R., Jr.; Greenville 74

Boyd, Mary Ann; Engelhard 74

Boyd, William Ashford; New Bern 155

Brice, Franklin Bryan; Elm City 156

Bridge, Daniel Paul; Kinston 156

Briggs, Betty Frances; Reidsville 134

Briley, Barbara Carolyn; Polkton 134

Briley, Harold Judson; Grimesland 75

Briley, William David; Greenville 135

Brinson, Mack Scott; Arapahoe 172

Brite, Mattie Elizabeth; Elizabeth City 172

Britt, Alyce Rae; Fairmont 135

Britt, Bettie Bonner; Washington 135

Britt, David W.; Dublin 135

Britt, James Edwin; Milwaukee 75

Britt, Nancy Elizabeth; Lumberton 156

Britt, Sylvia Anne; Rowland 75

Britton, Linwood Patterson, Jr.; Ahoskie 156

Brooks, Anne Page; Roxboro 135

Brooks, Jerry T.; Rockingham 75

Brooks, William Henry, Jr.; Rocky Mount 135

Broome, Robert Houston, III; Raleigh 75

Brothers, Betty Sue; South Mills 75

Broughton, Diane Elizabeth; Zebulon 172

Brown, Betty Ann; Williamston 172

Brown, Betty Ann; Mannsville 156

Brown, Betty Lou W.; Ayden 75

Brown, Cecil Bennett; Rose Hill 135

Brown, Clyde R.; Goldsboro 135

Brown, Cynthia Ann; Oak City 172

Brown, Edith lone, Kenly 172

Brown, Eugene Mosely; Greenville 135

Brown, Eudell; M. A. 65

Brown, Frances Winona; Kinston 156

Brown, Garland Lee; Magnolia 75

Brown, Julian Monroe; Marshallberg 156

Brown, Larry K.; Quantico, Va. 76

Brown, Lawrence Atwood; Kinston 135

Brown, Lois Jeanette; Greenville 184

Brown, Mary Ellen; Graham 172

Brown, Nancy Alcock; Pollocksville 76

Brown, Nancy Marie; Princeton 156

Brown, Nancy Virginia; Greenville 172

Brown, Peggy Ann; Colerain 76

Brown, Robert Charles; Swansboro 172

Brown, Robert Eugene; Wilmington 135

Brown, Rudolph Clarence; Lillington 135

Brown, Sally Ruth; Goldsboro 156

Brown, Sandra Gayle; Shilatt 172

Browning, Marie B.; M.A. 60

Browning, Warren Melton; Rich Square 76

Brunson, Iva Lou; Greenville 172

Bryan, Ann Brewer; Greenville 172

Bryan, Jo Ann; Mount Olive 156

Bryant, Rosalind Marie; Norfolk, Va. 172

Buchan, Shirley Best; Henderson 135

Buck, Charles R.; Greenville 135

Buck, Clifton Russell, Portsmouth, Va. 76

Buck, Marilyn Ann; Vanceboro 172

Buckley, Richard John; Seaford, Del. 156

Buffaloe, Margaret Ann; Littleton 156

Buffaloe, Patricia Lynn Raleigh 135

Buie, David Raye; Winston-Salem 156

Buie, Patricia Anne; Hope Mills 172

Bulla, Alfred Bradshaw; Asheboro 135

Bullard, Dorothy Fay; Rockingham 70

Bullard, Eva Carolyn; Autryville 172

Bullard, Franklin Eason; Greensboro 156

Bullard, Leona; Lillington 172

Bullock, Barbara Jean; Everetts 135

Bullock, Brenda Cannady; Butner 172

Bullock, Dennis Rudolph; Greenville 135

Bullock, Mattie Jane; Stokes 135

Bullock, Peggy Anne; Lumberton 76

Bullock, Roger Mayo; Greenville 183

Bullock, William Murray; Tarboro 172

Bunch, Barbara A.; Hobbsville 184

Bunn, Daphne Jean; Zebulon 135

Bunn, Frederick Holmes; Zebulon 76

Bunn, Paul B.; Rocky Mount 66

Bunn, Sandra; Zebulon 135

Burchette, Ruth Jean; Holly Springs 76

Burden, Margaret King; Windsor 76

Burgess, Dempsey Denis; Shiloh 135

Burgess, James Lynn; Taylorsville 172

Burgess, Kenneth Larry; Burlington 77

Burkett, Linda Carrol; Woodville 172

Burnham, Betty Ann; Plymouth 156

Burriss, Bertram M., Jr.; Southport 77

Burrus, Walter Speight; Englehard 183

Bush, Frank; Jacksonville 135

Butner, Barbara Ann; Burlington 184

Butler, Joann McCormic; St. Pauls 77

Butler, John Herbert; Petersburg, Va. 135

Butler, Julian G.; Durham 77

Butler, Syble Sue; Bladenboro 172

Butner, Roy Jackson; Havelock 135

Bynum, Lenora Cobb; Charlotte 156

Byrd, Charles Henderson; Mt. Olive 172

Byrd, Harold Julian; Elizabethtown 156

Byrd, Jacquline Frances; Windsor 156

Byrd, Johnny Stewart; Mamers 135

Byrd, William Arthur; Goldsboro 156

Byrum, Reba Kathleen; Henderson 172

Boyd, William Ashford; New Bern 155

Boyd, William Marshall, Jr.; Portsmouth, Va. 74

Boyette, Joseph G.; M.A. 60

Boyette, June Iris; Wilson 155

Boyette, Purvis Elton; Raleigh 134

Boykin, Stephen Earl; Wilson 172

Braddy, David Franklin; Hobgood 172

Bradley, Carolyn Muriel; Fuquay Springs 134

Bradley, Frances Cahoon; Greenville 74

Bradley, Marcus Spencer; Hobgood 172

Bradner, Cleveland J., Jr.; Ph. D. 60

Bradshaw, Patricia; Kinston 134

Brady, George William; Greenville 74

Brady, James Nelson; Ayden 74

Branch, Kirby Putnel; Greenville 156

Branch, Robert H.; Bethel 75

Brandon, Tony Morgan; Roxboro 156

Brannock, Patsy C; Raleigh 156

Branson, Samuel Swairn; Greenville 172

Braswell, Carolyn Anne; Nashville 184

Bremer, Alfred Hardy, Greenville 156

Brewer, Ann Louise; Greenville 134

Brewer, Elvin R. ; Greenville 134

Brewer, Howard Nelson; Greensboro 75

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Caddell, Robert Neil; Laurinburg 77

Cahoon, Jerry Brinkley; Manteo 135

Cahoon, Joseph B.; Englehard 184

Cain, Juliette Elizabeth 156

Cain, Mary Willis; White Oak 77

Caison, Doris Jan; Kenansville 156

Caldwell, Nancy Ann; Mt. Gilead 135

Calhoun, Betty Pearl; Fayetteville 77

Calvert, Jack Andrew; Rockingham 156

Cameron, Bonny Rhue; Sanford 156

Cameron, Harold Eugene; Lillington 136

Cameron, Kate Marilyn; Kinston 136

Cameron, Max Franklin; Sanford 77

Cameron, Patsy R.; Raeford 156

Camp, James Benjamin; West Monroe, La. 156

Camp, Peggy Garrett; Greensboro 136

Cannon, Albert Bernard; Farmville 156

Cannon, Lucille Vera; Farmville 156

Cannon, Preston Hugh, Jr.; Greenville 156

Cannon, Richard Luby, Jr.; Vanceboro 77

Cannon, Shelba Moye; Ayden 136

Capps, Janie Annette; Spring Lake 77

Capps, Jean Narron; Wilson's Mills 172

Capps, Mary Sylvia; Warrenton 156

Capwell, Richard L.; M.A. 60

Carawan, Ruby Elaine; Washington 136

Carawan, Zeb Thomas; Vanceboro 156

Carden, Sallie Jean; Varina 156

Carr, Alvis Bryan, Jr.; Greenville 66

Carr, Carole Ann; Wallace 136

Carr, John P.; Goldsboro 136

Carraway, Harlan B.; Newport 136

Carraway, Martha B. ; Snow Hill 172

Carrick, Dorothy Lee; High Point 184

Carroll, Mary Jane; Hookerton 136

Carroll, Thomas Burgess; Raleigh 172

Carrow, Ernestine; Grimesland 156

Carson, Sammy Taylor; Bethel 136

Carter, Angela; Garland 136

Carter, Barbara Caroline 136

Carter, Jane Grace; Carthage 156

Carter, Jane Woodley; Greenville 172

Cartwright, Charletta; Elizabeth City 183

Cartwright, Martha Carolyn; Camden 172

Case, Glenda Rae; Roanoke Rapids 78

Casey, Paul Monroe; Greenville 66

Cash, Sydna Caroline; Winston-Salem 78

Castellow, Earl Gray; Windsor 78

Caudill, Andrew W.; Tarboro 78

Caulberg, Elna Glynn; Raleigh 156

Caulberg, Wiley Eugene; Raleigh 156

Cauley, Mary; Fort Barnwell 156

Causby, James H.; Morganton 136

Cayton, Ann McWilliams; Aurora 78

Chaffin, Alice Delores; South Mills 184

Chalker, Kenneth Lamar; Atlanta, Ga. 136

Chamblers, Irene Lynne; Salisbury 172

Chamblee, Anndala Marie; Middlesex 136

Chandler, Joe Monroe; Yanceyville 136

Chandler, Nancy Jane; Burlington 172

Chappell, Barbara Jo; Elizabeth City 172

Chappell, Clifton Gill; Elizabeth City 172

Chappell, Ted Pruden; Belvidere 157

Charry, Jack; Washington 78

Chason, Elizabeth Council; White Oak 157

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Chauncey, Alva Louise; Greenville 172

Cherry, James Dillon; Williamston 136

Chesson, Calvin White; Raleigh 78

Chinn, Franklin P.; Rocky Point 78

Chrismon, P. LaVisa; Summit 136

Christie, Volney Laverne; Kannapolis 172

Christmas, Betsy June; Durham 172

Church, Robert Lee ; Lenoir 172

Churchill, John Alvah, Jr.; Rocky Mount 172

Clapp, Jeanette Gayle; Greenville 136

Clark, Betty; Ellerson, Va. 136

Clark, Bobby Brancich; Nashville 78

Clark, Gwendolyn Aileen; Greenville 136

Clark, Helen Jean; Carthage 136

Clark, James Dallas; Greenville 79

Clark, Jimmy Wilton; Sanford 79

Clark, Kenneth Lee ; Sanford 136

Clark, Osby Sears; Apex 157

Clark, Rogers H.; Elizabethtown . 79

Clarke, Betsy Anne; Oxford 78

Clawson, John Carl; Post Falls, Idaho 172

Clay, Nancy Fleming; Creedmoor 136

Clay, Wiley Walton; Rocky Mount 157

Clayborne, Hilton Eugene; Griffon 136

Cleeve, Mary Esther; Wilmington 136

Clements, Marjorie Marie; Gaston 157

Clements, Steven Lynn; Raleigh 172

Coates, Jane Carolyn; Four Oaks 172

Coats, Bryan D.; Benson 79

Cobb, Hoy Jefferson, Jr.; Rocky Mount 172

Coburn, Eva Ann; Robersonville 136

Cockrell, Wallace Edward; Falls Church, Va. 157

Coffey, Patsy Kinnamon; Winston-Salem 157

Coggins, Leonard C, Jr.; Gastonia 79

Cohoon, Lillian Gail; Columbia 172

Cole, Joyce Ann; Goldsboro 136

Cole, Lessie Lee; Durham 79

Cole, Robert Ernest; Pinetops 172

Cole, Sara Elizabeth; Chapel Hill 172

Cole, William Estes; Durham 137

Coleman, Jimmy Lavelle; Tabor City 184

Coleman, M. Deanne; Whiteville 183

Coleman, Madelyn; Greenville 172

Coley, Ida Rebecca; Rocky Mount 184

Collier, Dorothy Jean; Clarkton 79

Collier, Eugene Thomas; Tabor City 157

Collier, Hazel Marie; Clarkton 172

Collier, Milton Ronald; Greenville 66

Collier, Rosser E., Jr.; Nashville 172

Collins, Billie Jean; Maysville 172

Collins, Ike Stephen; Red Springs 157

Coltrane, George Solomon; Kemersville 172

Colwell, Albert Woodrow, III; Clinton 157

Conder, James Richard; Hamlet 79

Cone, Nona L.; Middlesex 137

Conley, Donald Edgar; Greenville 157

Connor, Clyde David; Havelock 172

Connor, Dennis Moore; Wrightsville Beach 157

Conway, Barbara; Greenville 183

Conway, Bobby Dean; Greenville 79

Conyers, Margaret Frances; Tarboro 79

Cook, Billy Harold; High Point 172

Cooke, Graham Eldridge; Mt. Olive 157

Cooke, Marcella Ann; Aulander 157

Cooke, Molly Lou; Aulander 157

Cooke, Vicki Dean; Chocowinity 172

Cooper, James Robert; Faison 157

Cooper, Louise Scott; Graham 137

Cooper, Lyle William, Jr.; Durham 137

Copeland, Anita Frances; Beaufort 137

Corbett, Barbara Jean; Greenville 137

Corbett, Billy Richard; Albemarle 172

Corbett, Carolyn; Ayden 137

Corbett, James McCray; Fountain 157

Corbett, Judith Arlene; Greenville 172

Corbett, Phyllis Anne; Fountain 157

Corey, Herbert Sidney; Greenville 80

Cottingham, Patricia Ann; Rockingham 157

Cottle, Clarence Ray; Morehead City 137

Couch, Ann Blalock; Bridgeton, N. J. 137

Couchlan, LaVerne Margaret; Greenville 172

Couick, Barbara Ann; Badin 172

Coulter, Mary Elaine; Lincolnton 157

Council, Joy P.; Cameron 137

Council, Merle Raybon; Fayetteville 157

Council, Paula Frances; St. Pauls 137

Cousins, Bonner Lee; Kinston 172

Covington, Barbara Helen; Rockingham 157

Covington, Margaret Ann; Greenville 66

Cox, Charles Douglas; Tabor City 80

Cox, Elizabeth Ann; Raleigh 184

Cox, Judy Arlene; New Bern 172

Cox, Loranda Gail; Graham 137

Cox, Mikki Diane; Jacksonville 173

Cox, Nancy Margaret; Smithfield 173

Cox, Richard S.; Tabor City 157

Cox, William Steele; Washington 137

Cozart, William Carlton, Jr.; Greenville 80

Crabtree, Emily Thomas; Durham 137

Craven, Larry Boyd; Raleigh 157

Craven, Nell Bowers; Leland 137

Crawford, Peggy Jean; Robersonville 184

Crawford, Sara Blanche; Fayetteville 173

Crawley, Carolyn Ann; Littleton 157

Crawley, Doris Anne; Bellarthur 173

Crawley, George Edward, Jr.; Wilson 173

Credle, Nell Miles; Washington 173

Creech, Henry B.; Warrenton 80

Creech, Janice Nell; Smithfield 80

Crisp, Frances Geraldine; China Grove 137

Crocker, William Kenneth; Princeton 80

Cromartie, Anne Shelton; Raleigh 157

Croom, Hayden Leo; Greenville 173

Croom, Myrtle Pate; Greenville 137

Cross, Bobby Shelton; Tarboro 157

Cross, David Shepherd; Elizabethtown 173

Cross, Nancy Adele; Wilmington 173

Crotts, Barbara Jean; Lexington 137

Crouch, Rebekah Ellen; Drakes Branch, Va. 173

Crouch, Richard Earl; Fayetteville 173

Crumpler, Dottie Trueblood; Goldsboro 183

Crumpler, Kathryn Ann; Goldsboro 173

Crumpler, Walter B.; Goldsboro 80

Crutchfield, Evelyn Blythe; Winston-Salem 173

Crutchfield, Jackie Nette; Pittsboro 173

Cude, Rose I.; Greensboro, 80

Culberson, Dorothy V.; Siler City 80

Culipher, O. Earlene; Elizabeth City 184

Culp, Larry Frederic; Denton 157

Cunningham, Melvin Gray; Farmville 80

Currin, Emily Rose; Franklinton 173

Curry, George Jesses; Portsmouth, Virginia 137

Cuthrell, Eleanor Johnson; Aurora 137

Cuthrell, Frank Price; Aurora 137

Cuthrell, Patsy Eliase; Belhaven 157

Cuthrell, Ralph Donald; Enfield 173

Cutler, Frederick Marshall; Pantego 173

Cutler, Hannah Boone; Washington 173

Cutler, Howard Taylor; Washington 137

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Dail, Robert A.; LaGrange 157

Dalton, Rosalie; Rocky Mount 157

Daniel, Judd Wilson, Jr.; Wake Forest 173

Daniel, Martha L. ; Greenville 65

Daniels, Betty Jean; Kinston 81

Daniels, Hulbert Lester, Jr.; Williamston 173

Daniels, Ida Rose; Colerain 81

Daniels, Joan; Kinston 137

Daniels, Patricia Ruth; Beaufort 81

Dant, Charles Worl; Virginia Beach, Va. 173

Darden, Ann Grey; Williamston 173

Darden, Bobby G.; Goldsboro 81

Darden, Paul Edward, Jr.; Siler City 157

Daughety, James Alex; Kinston 81

Daugherty, JoAnn; Dover 157

Daughtrey, Edwin Parker, Jr.; Franklin, Va. 173

Daughtridge, James Hyman; Rocky Mount 157

Daughtry, Annie Mae; Greenville 81

Daughtry, Anne Royle; Durham 173

Daughtry, Ellen Christine; Faison 81

Daughtry, Ruth Elizabeth; Faison 173

Daughtry, Sharon L.; Smithfield 157

Davenport, Ann Gayle, Portsmouth, Va. 137

Davenport, Barbara June; Creswell 137

Davenport, Jesse Paul; Pactolus 137

Davenport, Stephen Everett; Roanoke Rapids 81

Davis, Ann Douglas; Mount Olive 173

Davis, Charles Ray; Belhaven 81

Davis, Charles Ray; Rich Square 66

Davis, Clinton Oliver; Hertford 157

Davis, David R.; Ph.D. 60

Davis, Elizabeth Ann; Lucama 173

Davis, Elizabeth Mershon; Wilson 173

Davis, Gene Delano; Conway 173

Davis, Harold Dean; Sims 137

Davis, Irvin Wallace; Davis 137

Davis, Jacqueline Anne; Rocky Mount 137

Davis, Joan Belle; Henderson 137

Davis, Leonard David; Greenville 81

Davis, Lewis Douglas; Davis 82

Davis, Lynne; Raleigh 183

Davis, Margaret Anne; Wilmington 157

Davis, Marjorie Anne; Warsaw 137

Davis, Martha Ann; Clayton 173

Davis, Mathey A.; Wadesboro 157

Davis, Nancy E.; Henderson 184

Davis, Robert Wayne; Warsaw 173

Davis, Samuel Avery; Martinsville, Va. 157

Davis, Suzanne; Wilson 173

Davis, Thomas Leonard; Davis 137

Davis, William Carroll; Davis 137

Dawson, Frances Lee; Dunn 82

Day, Allan Corbin; Valley Stream, N. J. 173

Day, Frances Ann; Oxford 137

Deal, Earl Weeks; Winterville 173

Deans, James Otis; Macclesfield 157

Deans, Marshall Scott; Rocky Mount 173

Deans, Maty Millicent; Wilson 82

DeBruhl, Jimmy Lee; Tarboro 173

Deichmann, Susan JoAnne; Durham 137

Delamar, Edgar Murry; Rocky Mount 137

DeLoatch, Letty Bridges; Conway 82

Denby, Edna Smith; Grimesland 173

Denning, LaRue; Angier 138

Dennis, Edwin Arnold; Durham 82

Derrick, Mildred Holley; M.A. 60

DeStout, Arthur Anthony; Ft. Belvoir, Va. 157

DeVane, Betty Jean; St. Pauls 138

Dewar, Thadys J. (Mrs.); M.S. 60

Dickens, Mary Lou; Littleton 138

Dilda, Barbara Jeanette; Greenville 157

Dilda, Mary Oakley, Farmville 82

Dilday, Imogene; Ahoskie 138

Dildy, Susie Joyce; Farmville 157

Dillehay, Janice Sue; Oxford 257

Dismuke, Ida Katherine; Burlington 82

Dixon, Bobby Joe; Greenville 157

Dixon, Carole Ann; Warrenton 173

Dixon, Dallas Crawford; Grantsboro 82

Dixon, Evelyn Street; New Bern 138

Dixon, Julia Carolyn; Greenville 157

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Dixon, Leona E. (Mrs.); Grimesland 65

Dixon, Mary Louise; Willard 157

Dixon, Shirley Elva; Grantsboro 138

Dobson, Maude Leigh; Edenton 173

Dodson, Martha Lucille; Fayetteville 82

Donovan, Salley J.; Springfield 82

Doolittle, David Ernest; Rockingham 138

Dorsett, Dee Ann; Winston-Salem 138

Doty, Furman Ray; Winston-Salem 83

Doughtie, Margaret LaRue; Whitakers 173

Douglas, George A.; Ph.D. 60

Draughan, Thomas Carlton; Clinton 138

Draughon, Eddie P.; Clinton 157

Drennan, Patricia Angelove; Belmont 157

Driver, Delano Alex; Richmond 138

Drye, Herman; Wadesboro 173

Drye, Larry M.; Badin 173

Dudley, Blanche Myers; Winterville 173

Dudley, Ernest Nelson; Greenville 173

Dudley, Sybil Marlene; Griffon 157

Duffie, Gerald S.; South Boston 138

Duke, Jane Marsh; Washington 138

Duke, Jean Frances; Washington 138

Duke, Mary Lois; Potecasi 83

Duncan, Mary Wooding; Roxboro 83

Duncan, Shirley Ann; Whiteville 158

Duncan, Wadeus Earl; Clarendon 158

Duncan, Willadean; Whiteville 83

Dunn, Bettie Jean; Henderson 173

Dunn, Gayle Liles; Zebulon 138

Dunn, Connie Lou; Ayden 158

Dunn, John Barnes; Williamston 138

Dunn, Josef C; Pinetops 158

Dunn, Leon Algernon, Jr.; Ayden 173

Dunn, Patricia Carolyn; Raleigh 83

Dunson, Donald Aubrey; Durham 138

Dupont, Doris Claire; Plant City, Florida 173

Durham, Beverly Nan; Burlington 158

Durham, William H.; Ed.M. 61

Dyer, Glenn Charles; Greensboro 158

Dyson, Charles Wendell; Rockingham 158

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Eagles, Elizabeth Rosemary; Greenville 158

Eakins, Anne Harriett; Atkinson 184

Eason, Julia Ellen; Hookerton 174

Eason, Marlene Reid; Selma 183

Eason, Mary Ruth; Godwin 173

Eason, Ruth Joan; Hookerton 83

Eborn, Victoria Estelle; Bath 138

Edens, Jo Ann; Sneads Ferry 174

Edgerton, Norman Lee, Jr.; Kenly 138

Edgerton, Robert Allen, Jr.; Oriental 138

Edison, William Thomas; Jacksonville 83

Edmondson, Billy Howard; Tarboro 174

Edwards, Betty Frances; Chocowinity 138

Edwards, Betty Sue; Princeton 138

Edwards, Betty Thomas; Youngsville 138

Edwards, Billy; Clarkton 138

Edwards, Celia Ann; Grimesland 138

Edwards, Charlotte Ann; Smithfield 138

Edwards, Fred Otis; Whitakers 174

Edwards, James Wilbur; Johnson City, Tenn. 158

Edwards, Johnny David; Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 174

Edwards, Mavis Ann; Goldsboro 158

Edwards, Mary Janice; Smithfield 174

Edwards, Melvin Paul; Washington 158

Edwards, Meredith Lucretia; Belhaven 83

Edwards, Paul Darvin; Fayetteville 184

Edwards, Rebecca Sue; Virginia Beach, Va 158

Edwards, Sarah Ann; Greensboro 83

Edwards, Thomas E. ; Seaboard 138

Edwards, William Robert; Tarboro 138

Efird, Peggy Catherine; Kinston 138

Egerton, Richard Thomas; Littleton 174

Eidson, Barbara Ann; Timberlake 174

Elam, Carolyn Annette; Roxboro 158

Elks, Helen Elizabeth; Goldsboro 174

Elgin, Charles Everett; Leesburg, Va. 83

Eller, Frances Louise; Charlotte 174

Eller, Terris L.; Kannapolis 174

Elliott, Margaret Loan; Chadbourn 174

Ellis, Glennie Ruth; Stantonsburg 138

Ellis, Jacquelyn Overman; Ayden 158

Ellis, Jessie Calphurnia; Tarboro 174

Ellwanger, Robert Augustus; Rockingham 138

Elmore, Larry Dean; Deep Run 84

Elmore, Matt Lee; Dover 174

Emerson, Alice Kay; Concord 158

Emory, Edward Harrell; Lancaster 158

England, Hannah Yvonne; Weaverville 138

English, Marvin Roland; Raeford 138

Enloe, William C; Fayetteville 138

Enrico, Richard Joseph; Portsmouth, Va. 138

Epperson, John Denson; New Bern 84

Erwin, Alyce Constance; Roanoke Rapids 174

Ethridge, Janice Greene 84

Eudy, Joan Elizabeth; Kannapolis 158

Evans, Ada Celeste; Clarkton 174

Evans, Billie Faye; Garland 84

Evans, LeNora Frances; Nashville 158

Evans, Letha Jo; Jonesville 84

Evans, Marsha Suzanne; Raleigh 158

Evans, Virginia Ann; Greenville 174

Everett, Barbara Harrison; Williamston 138

Everett, Robert L.; Parmele 84

Everett, Ronald Rudolph; Robersonville 138

Everett, Roy Clayton; Robersonville 158

Everette, Maurice Edward; Robersonville 84

Everhart, Donald Richard; Winston-Salem 139

Ewell, Sarah Elizabeth; Greenville 158

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Fagan, Frank F.; Rocky Mount 84

Faircloth, Barbara Ann; Salemburg 84

Fairless, Seaton Poe, Jr.; Colerain 158

Fansler, Janet Roselma; Winston-Salem 184

Farish, Stephen Thomas; Ayden 84

Farlow, Thomas Arnold; Sanford 139

Farmer, Lois Ann; Swepsonville 139

Farmer, Patricia Carole, Butner 174

Farmer, Rebecca Ann; Elm City 85

Farrell, Jeanette Marie; Mebane 158

Faulkner, Elizabeth Lowe; Greenville 85

Faulkner, Margaret Anne; Ayden 85

Faulkner, Walter Elliott; Benson 85

Faulkner, William Richard; Rocky Mount 174

Fayed, Josephine; Roanoke Rapids 174

Felton, William Thomas; New Bern 85

Ferguson, John Rogers; Clarkton 158

Fetsch, U. Wolfgang; M. Mus. 61

Fields, John J.; Raleigh 139

Fields, Mary Lee ; Sanford 184

Fields, Preston L; Greenville 139

Filicky, John Joseph; Raleigh 158

Finnegan, Jeanette Gray; Norfolk, Va. 174

Finnegan, William Peter; Norfolk, Va. 174

Fish, James Lloyd; Apex 85

Fisher, Barbara Janet; Fayetteville 85

Fisher, Helen Frances; Whiteville 158

Fisher, Nancy Ann; Charlotte 139

Fitchett, Charlotte Dean; Elizabeth City 158

Fitzgerald, Edith Gray; Micro 158

Fitzgerald, Patricia; Micro 174

Flanagan, Martha Sue; Farmville 139

Fleming, Betty Jean; Greenville 139

Fleming, Irma Yvonne; Greenville 174

Fleming, Mary Jo; Grimesland 85

Fleming, Mattie Lou; Greenville 184

Fleming, Maurice Franklin; Stokes 85

Fleming, Robert Thomas; Morganton 85

Fleming, William Roland; Greenville 174

Fletcher, M. Janet; Elizabeth City 86

Flinchum, Roger C; Carthage 139

Flory, Jeanette Marie; Williamston 139

Flowers, Jerry Lee ; Jacksonville 174

Flowers, Lou Ellen; Fremont 139

Flowers, William Grant; Kenly 158

Floyd, William Fredrick; Norfolk, Va. 66

Flye, Alice Joyce; Greenville 139

Flye, Robert E.; Greenville 86

Flynn, Dorothy May; Richmond, Va. 174

Flynn, Mary T.; Clinton 86

Fogleman, Betty Murray; Burlington 139

Folk, Frances Eugenia; Raleigh 86

Forbes, Marcia Dean; Farmville 86

Forbes, Roy Haywood; Washington 86

Forbis, John William; Greensboro 174

Ford, Barbara Lou; Raleigh 184

Ford, Edna Dolores; Bethel 86

Ford, Elbert Julian; Fairmont 86

Fordham, Ben Oliver; Kinston 139

Fordham, James Frederick; Kinston 139

Fordham, Wanda King; Kinston 158

Forrest, Nan; Tavares, Fla 184

Foster, Brona Jean; Charlotte 139

Foster, Mary Ann; Henderson 174

Fountain, Theodore King, Jr.; Greenville 174

Franck, Robert Lee; Jacksonville 158

Frazier, Dorothy Gibson; Fremont 86

Freeman, Betty Mae; Corinth-Holders 86

Freeman, Franklin Delano; Kinston 158

Freeman, Judy Feme; Nashville 174

Fretz, Suzanne; Graham 87

Fryar, Lucie Anne; Carolina Beach 184

Fulcher, Betty Jo; Leland 139

Fulcher, Ruth A. Taylor; Greenville 139

Fulcher, Thomas Crump; Morehead City 158

Fulghum, Carolyn Ann; Sims 139

Fulghum, Cornelia Katherine; Middlesex 174

Fuller, Emily Jane; Greenville 139

Funk, John; New Bern 183

Futrelle, Jimmy Rudolph; Pikeville 174

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Gainer, Thomas Rodham; Panama City, Florida 139

Gaines, Beverly Ann; Jamesville 174

Gaines, Warren T.; Fayetteville 174

Gainey, Kesler, Jr.; Dunn 158

Gallimore, Whirley Ann; Lexington 139

Galloway, Barbara Ann; Washington 174

Garcia, Jack John; Greenville 139

Gardner, Johnny Ray; Williamston 174

Gardner, Sarah Jane; Goldsboro 139

Garner, Shirley Rice; Fairmont, W. Va. 87

Garris, Sherrill; Farmville 158

Garriss, Thurman Franklin, Lillington 139

Garrison, Sara B.; McLeonsville 174

Gartman, William Theodore, Jr.; Portsmouth, Va. 87

Gaskins, Betty Vie; Vanceboro 174

Gaskins, Gerald Glen; Greenville 87

Gaskins, Sidney Louis; New Bern 158

Gay, Shirley Ann; Clayton 174

Gearhart, James Lee; Swansboro 87

Geddie, Margaret Josephine; Rocky Mount 87

Gentry, Coleman Andrew, Jr.; Durham 158

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George, Neil Barry; Lynchburg, Virginia 174

George, Richard Eugene; Kings Mountain 158

Gerock, James Walter; Maysville 87

Gidden, Jane Hampton; Washington, D. C. 159

Gilbert, Betty Jean; Bolivia 159

Gilbert, Jean C. Tharrington;Rocky Mount 87

Gilbert, Margaret Elizabeth; Kinston 87

Gilchrist, Mavis Yvonne; Roseboro 87

Giles, John Hughes; Madison 159

Giles, Wallace Lee; Raleigh 88

Gilgo, George Lee; Oriental 139

Gillikin, John G.; Aurora 159

Gil lis, Milton B.; Mount Olive 174

Ginn, Kenneth E.; Goldsboro 174

Glisson, Margaret A.; Gates 139

Glover, James Richard; Butner 174

Godard, Emma Jean; Williamston 174

Godfrey, Daniel Ronald; Lynnhaven, Va. 88

Godfrey, Harvey, V. Jr.; Sanford 159

Godwin, Jacob W.; Stella 139

Godwin, Joyce Elizabeth; Dunn 158

Godwin, Linda Lou; Dunn 158

Goff, Lelia May; Ayden 140

Gold, Frances Raye ; Winterville 174

Goodall, Booten Filander; Bethel 140

Gooden, Helen M.; Elizabethtown 88

Goodman, Henry Harper; Dover 140

Goodman, Mrs. Mary, M.A. 60

Goodwin, Elizabeth Edwards; Zebulon 174

Goodwin, Paul Beale; Portsmouth, Va. 174

Gordon, Thelis R.; Elizabeth City 174

Gore, Elderee; Nakina 88

Gore, Jean Lennox; Whiteville 140

Gornto, Rose Marie; Wilmington 174

Grady, Shelby Jean; High Point 159

Graham, Billy Kirksey; Fayetteville 88

Graves, Nancy Lee; Snow Camp 174

Gray, Carlton Woodrow; Greenville 174

Gray, James Douglas; Hamlet 159

Gray, James Lonnie; Greenville 174

Gray, John Lewis, Jr.; Kinston 88

Gray, Peggy Johnston; Greenville 159

Gray, William Kent; Rocky Mount 174

Grayiel, Frank Edward; Tarboro 174

Green, John Thomas; Henderson 159

Greene, Charles LaVerne; Farmville 88

Greene, Edward Allen; Grifton 174

Gregg, Charles Haynie; Va. Beach, Va. 174

Gregory, Marvin Bryant; Myrtle Beach 174

Grice, Katie Reba; Goldsboro 174

Griffin, Barbara; Ayden 140

Griffin, Bennie Lee ; Middlesex 88

Griffin, Betty Lou; Williamston 88

Griffin, Carolyn Ann,- Louisburg 174

Griffin, Fidelia Fay; Rocky Mount 159

Griffin, Flora Addie; Monroe 159

Griffin, J. Comer; Williamston 88

Griffin, Jenny Perry; Williamston 174

Griffin, Joseph D. ; Washington 159

Griffin, Kim Elliott; Greensboro 159

Griffin, Lillian C; Louisburg 89

Griffin, Margaret Ann; Columbia 89

Griffin, Murl Clyde; Jamesville 174

Griffin, Robert Curtis; Tarboro 159

Grimsley, Chris Edward; New Bern 174

Grissom, Janet Allen; Roanoke Rapids 140

Guilford, Marcia Marie; Aurora 174

Gunn, Berry G.; Providence 159

Gunter, Emily Ann; Lumberton 89

Gurganus, Joseph V. Jr.; Washington 89

Gurganus, Mary Evangeline; Williamston 174

Gurkin, Lewis Taylor; Williamston 140

Gurley, Helen Annette; Goldsboro 89

Gurley, Raymond Glenwood; Goldsboro 89

Guthrie, Joan Kay; Salisbury 175

Guy, Leonard Steele; Calypso 174

Gwaltney, Amy Sue; New Bern 175

Gwaltney, Joyce; Dudley 140

Gwynn, Nancy Owen; Henderson 175

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Haddock, Clyde Joshua; Vanceboro 140

Haddock, Phyllis Noyflet; Ayden 89

Haddock, Samuel Eugene; Greenville 89

Hadley, LaMarr; Wilson 175

Hagan, G. Carole; Rocky Mount 159

Hair, Janie Sue; Elizabethtown 159

Haislip, Betty Frances; Hamilton 159

Haislip, Joseph Alton, Jr.; Hassell 89

Hale, James Linwood; Littleton 159

Hales, Carl Whitaker; Jacksonville 159

Hales, James M. Jr.; Wilmington 89

Haley, Lottie Rhue; High Point 175

Hall, Bobby Ray; Erwin 90

Hall, Carlton Gray; Wilmington 140

Hall, Dixon S.; Fayetteville 175

Hall, Frances Ann; Salemburg 159

Hall, George W.; Fayetteville 90

Hall, Grover Thurman III; Fayetteville 184

Hall, Jacky Wiel; Henderson 159

Hall, James Kenneth; Fayetteville 159

Hall, James Malcolm Jr.; Watha 175

Hall, June; Durham 183

Hall, Lee C; Elizabethtown 140

Hall, Madline; Watha 90

Hall, Mary M.; Erwin 159

Hall, Mathew Jr.; Fredericksburg, Va. 90

Hall, Ray Jr.; Erwin 159

Hall, Robert L; Hope Mills 140

Hall, Ruffin C; Selma 140

Hall, Wilma Grey; Roseboro 140

Hamilton, Mildred Carol; Atlantic 90

Hammond, Martha Jane; New Bern 140

Hamner, John T.; Castle, Va. 140

Hanchey, Annie A.; Wallace 175

Hancock, Frank McRay; Scotland Neck 90

Handy, Vincent Gene; Kinston 159

Hannon, Daniel Thomas; Henderson ..140 Hardee, Betty Frances; Greenville ...175 Hardee, Evelyn Joanna; Greenville ...140 Hardee, James Ashley; Enfield . ... 159

Hardee, Pope Loftin; Smithfield 184

Hardee, Shirley Rose; Greenville 159

Hardee, Thurman Ray; Greenville 159

Hardesty, Johnise Abbott; Newport .159 Hardison, Alma Virginia; Edenton ..... 159 Hardison, Betsy Mitchell; Jamesville .140

Hardison, Billie C; Greenville 140

Hardison, Franklin G.; Williamston 140

Hardison, Janice Grey; M.A. 61

Hardison, Joyce S.; Jamesville 90

Hardison, Mable Lorena,- Plymouth _ 175

Hardison, William Romolus,-

Williamston 140

Hardy, Mary Grace; La Grange 175

Hargett, Jean Carol; New Bern 90

Hargett, John S.; Trenton 175

Hargett, Kitty Flowers; Richlands 90

Harker, Amelia Ann; Pollocksville 140

Harman, Mercedes; New Bern 140

Harmon, Pat Budd; Buies Creek 90

Harmon, Ramon Alphonse; Ahoskie ... 140

Harper, Allen S.; Tarboro 159

Harper, James Robert; Enfield 159

Harper, Kenneth Weston; Albertson 140

Harper, Richard Fillmore; Albertson 175

Harper, Robert Lyndon; Tarboro 159

Harper, Rubelle; Erwin 140

Harper, William Blackledge; Deep Run 175

Harrell, Barbara Pearson; Oak City 159

Harrell, Ennis Ray; Wallace 91

Harrell, George W., Jr.; Tarboro 175

Harrell, James Patrick; Hertford 175

Harrell, Joseph Armster, Jr.; Colerain 159

Harrell, Louise Yelverton; Greenville 66

Harrell, Peggy Vean ; Hertford 140

Harrell, Robert Layton; Clinton 175

Harrell, Walter Perry; Gatesville 159

Harrell, Wilbert Riddick; Norfolk, Va. 175

Harrell, Norma Anne; Southport 159

Harrington, Annie Lou; Aulander 159

Harrington, Helen Faye; Greenville 159

Harrington, Nellie B.; Wade 91

Harris, Angela S.; Greenville 141

Harris, Annie Jane; Washington 91

Harris, Annie Jeanette; Kinston 91

Harris, Barbara Colleen; Beaufort 91

Harris, Carol Anne; Camp Leieune 159

Harris, Cecil Irvin; South Mills 159

Harris; Coy Ward; Carthage 141

Harris, Franklin Ray; Forest City 141

Harris, Gerald Douglas; Cash Corner 175

Harris, Glenda Jolly; Lumberton 141

Harris, Gretchen Matthews; Buies Creek 141

Harris, Harold Eugene; Greenville 175

Harris, Janet Mae; Bunn 184

Harris, Joseph F.; Oriental 91

Harris, Lacye Bailey; Raleigh 141

Harris, Lela Gray; Greenville 159

Harris, Margaret Ann; Oriental 159

Harris, Martin Luther; New Bern 159

Harris, Mattie Lou; Enfield 159

Harris, Moyer Lester, Jr.; Asheboro 175

Harris, Nancy Haskins; Greenville 159

Harris, Nancy W.; Asheboro 175

Harris, Patricia; Bethel 184

Harris, Sadie Louise; Havelock 91

Harris, Wilma Alease; Roanoke Rapids 91

Harrison, Ann Elizabeth; Williamston 175

Harrison, Bobby Holton; La Grange 159

Harrison, Charles Ronnie; Wilmington 160

Harrison, Clifton O'Neal; La Grange 184

Harrison, Herman G.; New Bern 91

Harrison, Jessie Dare; Plymouth 160

Harrison, Lois Jacquin; Plymouth 175

Harrison, Robert Gaylord, III; Williamston 91

Harrison, William Alton; Williamston 175

Hart, Betty Alice; Goldsboro 159

Hart, Mary Alice; Ayden 159

Hartley, Bobby Sherrill; Dunn 175

Harvey, Caroline Rose; Littleton 141

Harvey, David Lee; Littleton 175

Harvey, Patricia Ann; Thomasville 175

Harvin, Peggy Griffin; Woodland 92

Haskins, Donald R.; Goldsboro 141

Hasty, Walter Alexander, Jr.; Greenville 66

Hathaway, Henry Bryan; Tarboro 92

Hauser, Terry Wood; Greensboro 141

Hawes, Helen White; Greenville 175

Hawes, M. Beth; Watha 92

Hawkins, Mary Edna; Stokes 175

Hawkins, Paul Franklin; Kinston 141

Hay, Cathryn Irene; Spencer 92

Hayes, Dorothy Ann; Durham 159

Hayes, Joseph Carl; Manteo 175

Hayes, Peggy Joyce; Clinton 175

Hearne, Phyllis; High Point 184

Heartt, Leo D.; Raleigh 175

Heath, George Griffin; New Bern 175

Heath, Jo Faye; Kinston 141

Heath, Nancy Karen; Newport 175

Heath, Sue Lillian; Kinston 160

Heath, William Henry; Ayden 175

Heath, Dixie Lee; Ayden 175

Heegpeth, Dixie Lee; Bunnlevel 92

Hedspeth, Patricia Ann; Conway 175

Helms, Barbara Karen; Monroe 160

Hendley, William Harold; Hamlet 92






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Hendren, Roy Williams; Asheville 175

Hendrix, James Curtis; Greenville 92

Hendrix, Jon Ronald; Fayetteville 175

Hendrix, Josephine G.; Greenville 141

Hendrix, Mary Alice; Raleigh 160

Henley, Jackson A.; Asheboro 141

Hennessee, Thomas H.; Morganton 92

Henries, Gladys Frances; Lowland 92

Helper, Janice Louise; Greensboro 92

Herring, Adrian D.; Towson, Maryland 141

Herring, B. Jeane; Lumberton 160

Herring, Patricia Ann; Greenville 141

Herring, Selma Bryan; Tarboro 93

Herring, Shirley; Mt. Olive 93

Hester, Patricia Agnes; Hurdle Mills 93

Hewett, Billie June; Ash 93

Hewett, Florence Emily; New Bedford, Mass. 175

Hewett, Vivian Eloise; Wilmington 93

Hicks, Edward Lawrence; Henderson 141

Hicks, Goldie Janet; Oxford 183

Hicks, Nancy Sue; Baltimore, Md 141

High, Arline; Roanoke Rapids 175

Highsmith, Feme Lorraine; Nurnberg, Germany 93

Hight, Ronald Gray; Henderson 160

Hilburn, Frances Eubanks; Raleigh 141

Hilburn, Janice Louise; Council 141

Hill, Janet Marie; Elizabeth City 93

Hill, Marilyn Betsy; Deep Run 160

Hill, Marvin Earl; Smithfield 160

Hill, Mary Rebecca; Kinston 175

Hines, Barbara Fleming; Greenville 175

Hinson, Carl Rayford; Walstonburg 93

Hinton, A. C, Jr.; Nashville 93

Hinton, Carolyn Jane; Zebulon 175

Hinton, Lynda Sue; Kenly 175

Hintz, Ronald Duane; West Liberty, Iowa 93

Hjortsvang, Carl; D.S. M. 61

Hobbs, Charles Dennis; Smithfield 160

Hobbs, Harold Stokes; Council 141

Hobby, Charles Eugene; Apex 160

Hobgood, Druid Dixon, Jr.; Winterville 141

Hocutt, Benny Royster; Wendell 175

Hocutt, Zeb Vance, Jr.; Garner 141

Hodges, Amanda Hill; Trenton 160

Hodges, Cecelia Ann; Elizabeth City 160

Hodges, Dorothy Lou; Sanford 175

Hodges, Elane Margaret; Dunn 141

Hodges, Janet Elizabeth; Sanford 94

Hodges, Johnnie Dewey; Pantego 160

Hodges, Maxwell Damon, Jr.; Engelhard 141

Hoffler, Rose Marie; Sunbury 183

Hoffmun, Charles Connie; Alexandria, Va. 141

Hoffman, Joseph McNeil; Maysville 94

Hoffman, Ric