SCHOOL OF ART LiB'^ARY
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SCHOOL OF ART
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY
Shirlee M. Smith-J. K. Williamson
Business Manager-Jo Ann Debruhl
From our heritage of the past to
our manifest growth through the
years, East Carolina College
has exalted advancement, This
book, a magic mirror of one year's
attainments, reflects confirmation
of unerring progression as well
as assurance of constant love and
esteem to this, our Alma Mater
Let us look at our
beauty, its great ex-
panse, its attractive
landscape, its conta
gious spirit, and its
It is fitting that we pause briefly on this page to pay
tribute to the man we love, admire, and appreciate
Mr. Fitzhugh Durham Duncan, has done more than
seemed humanly possible while he has been business
manager and vice presidenthere.
Mr. Duncan, a native Carolinian, graduated from
the University of North Carolina and prior to his
coming to East Carolina, he was connected with the
Finance Division of the State Department of Education
in Raleigh for eight years
Mr. Duncan is a member of St. Paul's Episcopal
Church here in Greenville where he is presently a
member of the vestry and Senior Warden of the church
While here at E. C., Mr. Duncan has not only devoted
his complete effort to business affairs, but has also
worked wholeheartedly for the overall improvement and
continued progress of the college. It can truly be
said that his hobby is his college work
This man has dedicated his entire interest to East
Carolina College, and in appreciation of this, we are
dedicating the Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Seven Buccaneer
to Mr. F. D. Duncan
These structures are more than mere buildings.
They are representations of felicity, relaxation,
leadership, property, training, discipline, merriment
Buildings pictured are Memorial Gym,
Ampitheater, Administration Building, Um-
Stead Dormitory, and Wright Auditorium
East Carolina College
The golden opportunities which lie before you are realistic, objective, and not far removed. To claim them involves imagination, vision, initiative and a great deal of effort. Lincoln said, "I'll prepare and get ready and maybe my time will come".
This is what you have been doing for many years and now you are ready to accept a position for which you have been preparing. The extent to which you will succeed de- pends upon you--both upon your past preparation and your future ambition and willingness to work diligently and unselfishly to achieve.
Strive to succeed not only in your chosen field of endeavor but as a citizen, a parent and worker in your church and community as well. To do otherwise you will fail to make the contribution to your fellow man of which you are capable. Don't fail. And be assured that your Alma Mater is proud of you and will always be interested in your suc- cess and ready to help you in any way possible.
J. D. Messick, President
J. D. Messick, President
Music and Drama
MAMIE E. JENKINS ALUMNI-FACULTY BUILDING
JAMES W. BUTLER James W. Butler is Alumni Secretary and Sports News Director Of East Carolina College. Co-ordinator of county clubs, and chairMan of the S.G.A. Entertainment Committee.
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, faculty, and student groups and is a liaison between the college and former students.
MRS. SUSIE WEBB Secretary to Mr. Butler
Board of Trustees
Seated, left to right: Mrs. William Umstead, Durham; Mrs. B. T. Williams, Stedman; N. Elton Aydlett, Elizabeth City; A. L. Tyler, Rocky Mount, Chairman; J. D. Messick, President: Mrs. A. L. Barrett, Secretary.
Standing: Leo W. Jenkins, Dean: Orval L. Phillips, Registrar: I. H. O'Hanlon, Fayette- ville; F. D. Duncan, Treasurer-Business Manager; W. W. Taylor, Warrenton; E. E. Rawl, Greenville; Ralph Hodges, Washington; Charles Larkins, Kinston.
Absent: Henry Belk, Goldsboro: Luther Hamilton, Morehead City, Fred Willetts, Wilmington, and Superintendent of Public Instruction, Charles F. Carroll, ex-officio.
MR. F. D. DUNCAN
Managing business problems along with holding the
job of vice president in charge of business affairs keeps
Mr. Duncan busy long hours
DR. LEO W. JENKINS
Dean of College
Dean of Students, one of the most important offices on
the college campus, is held by Dr. Leo W. Jenkins. He is
Iso vice president in charge of student affairs.
DR. ORVAL L. PHILLIPS
Registrar and Director of Admissions Helping students keep their class schedules straight and getting out the students' grades keep Dr. Phillips busy long after office hours.
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 are handled with understanding and
DR. E. J. CARTER
Director of Field Service We owe a great deal to Dr. Carter for he, along with many others, has played an im- portant part in the growth of East Carolina.
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 for an interview for self-help work. As Director of Student Personnel, he has given help and guidance in many student problems.
Dean Tucker is a native North Carolinian. He received his B.S. from Appalachian State Teachers College and his M.Ed and Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina. Prior to World War II he taught in the public schools of this state. Dr. Tucker was discharged as Lt. Commander U. S. Navy Reserve in 1946. Just prior to joining the East Carolina College faculty, he was Associate Pro- fessor of Education at Furman University.
Miss Ruth White
DEAN OF WOMEN Dean White has led a life devoted to the advancement of education in North Carolina.
Before joining the faculty here. Miss White was a teacher in the public schools of Roanoke Rapids. She joined the fac- ulty here in 1937 as Dormitory Counse- lor and held that position until 1945 when she was made Assistant Dean of Women.
Miss White, a native North Caro- linian, was graduated from East Caro- lina Teachers Training School in 1925; received her A.B. from East Carolina Teachers College in 1939; and in 1951 her M.A. from East Carolina College.
Dean White has truly set an example of loyalty to our college.
MISS HAZEL RUTH CLARK Freshman Advisor
MRS. RUTH GARNER Counselor for Fleming Hall
MISS EUNICE McGEE Counselor for Ragsdale Hall
MISS ALMA LOUISE McKINNEY
Counselor for Garrett Hall
MISS ALMA B. BIZZELL
Counselor for Cotten
MRS. HELEN A. SNYDER
Garrett Hall, East Wing
MISS KATHLEEN VENTERS Dormitory Housekeeper
MISS ESTELLA A. STRIPLIN, Counselor for Wilson Hall and
MISS MARIE ADAMS, Counselor for Jarvis Hall are not pictured.
Faculty and Staff
DR. JAMES D. ALLISON English
VIOLET ALTMAN Business
MR. WORTH E. BAKER Director of Housing AGNES W. BARRETT Secretary to the President DR. JOHN BENNETT Religious Activities
DR. KENNETH BING Industrial Arts
DR. AUSTIN D. BOND Science
ROBERT L. BOONE Physical Education
DOROTHY BRANDON Business
LLOYD J. BRAY. SR. Director, College Union
DR. LAWRENCE F. BREWSTER Social Studies DR. E. R. BROWNING Business
ANN B. BYRD Assistant Cashier
NORMAN H. CAMERON Business
' ".Y R. CARR Library Science
HERBERT L. CARTER Music
DR. ROBERT CARTER Music
M/SGT. ALFRED B. GATES. JR. AFROTC
BEATRICE CHAUNCEY Music
DR. HOWARD B. CLAY Social Studies
DR. HUBERT A. COLEMAN Social Studies
M/SGT. VERNON W. COLLINS AFROTC
DR. GEORGE A. COOK English
PAULINE L. COX Infirmary
DR. ROBERT E. CRAMER Geography
CAPT. JEAN CRANE AFROTC
HELEN S. CRAWFORD Switchboard Operator LINA CRAWFORD Clerk, Student Store
MARGUERITE V. CRENSHAW Library Science J. B. CUMMINGS Geography
MABEL EDITH DOUGHERTY Home Economics
ELIZABETH DRAKE Mumc
EDMOND W. DURHAM Mumc
ELSIE S. EAGAN Training School
DR. T. H. EATON Science
DR. LARRY ECKLES
RUBY E. EDENS
LENA C. ELLIS
DR. GROVER W. EVERETT
NELL C. EVERETT
English Business Business
Science Training School
DOROTHY A. FAGAN Staff
ALTON V. FINCH Business
WILLIAM C. FLAKE Campus Police
DR. WOODROW FLANARY Education
ELLEN CALDWELL FLEMING Mathematics
JAMES L. FLEMING Foreign Languages
DR. A. D. FRANK Social Studies
GEORGIA SMITH FRANKLIN Training School DR. FRANK GARDNER FULLER Education
LOUISE GALPHIN Training School
CLAUDE LEE GARREN CLARIS CLICK MARTIN GOLDSWORTH GRETCIIEN W. GOODWIN JOHN R. GORDON
RUTH A. GRABER Music
LORRAYNE A. GRAFF Physical Education
PHILIP E. GRAEF Science
DR. WELLINGTON B. GRAY Art
MARY H. GREEN English
LOUISE GREER LOIS GRIGSBY THOMAS J. HAIGWOOD MAZIE F. HALES MABEL LACY HALL
SCHOOL OF ART
EAST CAROLINA UNIVEESITY
E L. HARRELL Campus Policeman
RUBY E. HASSELL DONALD HAYES OR. HUBERT C. HAYNES DR. MARY C. HELMS
Faculty and Staff
Science Business Staff
RUFUS M. HELMS MARTHA J. HENDRIX DR. FRANCES V. HENRY Special Education
DR. EDGAR W. HIRSHBERG English
EMMA L. HOOPER
M/SGT. DAVID A. HORN AFROTC
DR. FRANK L. HOSKINS English
SUE C. HOWELL Business Education
W. W. HOWELL Business Education
MARY E. HULL Training School
DR. GARY F. IRONS Physician
HARRIET A. JOHNSON Secretary to Dean of
MARGARET R. JOHNSTON Staff (Business
ALICE T. JONES Staff
DR. N. M. JORGENSEN Physical Education
DR. ELWOOD J. KEISTER Music
SALLY H. KLINGENSCHMITT Training School DR. WALTER S. KRAUSNICK Mathematics
RUTH LAMBIE Home Economics
DORIS T. LAMM Staff (Secretary to Dean)
TORA M. LARSEN FAYE D. LEGGETT DR. JOSEPH K. LONG JANELLE LOVETTE VELMAW. LOWE
Staff (Business Office)
T/SGT. DALLAS V. MAHONEY AFROTC
MAJOR EDWARD J. MALONEY AFROTC
ELIZABETH H. MALLORY Staff (Student Bank) JAMES B. MALLORY Physical Education
DR. WILLIAM E. MARSHALL Social Studies
MARY T. MOORE Staff (Student Store)
ANNIE M. MURRAY Kindergarten
DR. PAUL MURRAY Social Studies
DR. JOHN G. NAVARRA Science
FRANCIS L. NEEL Art
DR. FLOYD E. OVERLY English
MILDRED M. OWENS Staff (Business Office) JAMES H. PARNELL Music
LT. COL. LEWIS J. PARTRIDGE AFROTC
HERBERT R. PASCHAL Social Studies
DR. GEORGE PASTL JR. Social Studies
JANIE H. PATCH Staff (Business Office)
MILDRED PATE Training School
GEORGE B. PATTERSON AFROTC
GEORGE E. PERRY Music
MARGUERITE A. PERRY WILLIAM T. PERSICK DR. P. W. PICKLESIMER DR. MARTHA M. PINGEL ELWOOD F. PITTMAN
DR. JAMES E. POINDEXTER English
MRS. HOWARD G. PORTER Staff (Placement Bureau) HOWARD G. PORTER Physical Education
DR. MEREDITH N. POSEY English
GWEN N. POTTER Business Education
DR. CLINTON R. PREWETT Psychology
HARRY G. RAINEY Staff (College Union)
EDMUND G. RAMSAUR, JR. Assistant Librarian DR. CHARLES W. REYNOLDS Science
DR. JOHN 0. REYNOLDS Mathematics
Faculty and Staff
NORMAN E. SMITH Physical Education
DR. MILDRED SOUTHWICK Assistant Librarian
NELL A. STALLINGS Physical Education
MARY L. STATON Education
DR. LALA C. STEELMAN Social Studies
DR. JOSEPH F. STEELMAN Social Studies
DR. JAMES H. STEWART Social Studies
DR. LELAND STEWART Science
DR. KATHLEEN S. STOKES Social Studies
LUCV MARIE STOKES Infirmary
ALICE STRAWN Home Economics
DR. THOMAS M. STRITCH Psychology
DR. ROBERT K. .STUART Education
DR. RICHARD C. TODD Social Studies
ELEANOR E. TOLL Music
DR. PAUL A. TOLL Social Studies
DR. LUCILE TURNER English
DR. ELIZABETH UTTERBACK English
DR. DAN E. VORNHOLT Music
FRANCES WAHL Principal. Training School
ELIZABETH A. WALKER Assistant Librarian
JOAN B. WARREN Staff (College Union)
DOROTHY L. WATERS Staff (Student Store)
DR. JOHN WATTERS Assistant Physician
GLADYS WHITE Music
DR. JAMES L. WHITE Business Education
DR. KATHARINE W. WHITE English
DR. M. JUDSON WHITE Psychology
DR. EVA D. WILLIAMSON Education
LOUISE L. WILLIAMS Mathematics
DR. 0. CHRISTINE WILTON
First we get on the campus
Then we see Dr. Tucker with someone else's girlfriend
Next we have a faculty traffic violation
And then we see all the faculty members on their way to bed with their gowns and night caps . . .
Last, we see Dr. Messick transacting his business.
WAHL COATES LABORATORY SCHOOL
Wahl-Coates Laboratory School, better known as the Training School, is under the careful guidance of Miss Frances Wahl. Greenville boys and girls in grades one through eight make up the student body. Since all East Carolina students in Primary and Grammar Grade Education do their student teaching here, the trainnig school is considered a part of the college.
Wahl-Coates Laboratory School
All work and no play makes...
PAUL M. CASEY Goldsboro
The Graduate students appearing 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 College.
RAQUEL CORDEIRO Cordoba, Argentina JACK S. EVERTON Columbia
LOUISE MONIQUE FARGE Tunisia MONA M. MOYE Akron, Ohio
NORWOOD P. WHITEHURST Greenville LOUISE YELVERTON Saratoga
Senior Class Officers
Seated: Betty Jo Butts, S.G.A. Representative; Dave Carson. President; Dot McCoy, Secretary. Standing: Bob Hyatt, Treasurer; Eddie Harris. Vice President.
PATRICIA ANN ADAMS, B.S. Southport
Business Education Transfer from Gardner-Webb; Secretary-Treasurer Wilson Hall
Summer Term 55-56; House Committee Garrett Hall Woman's Chorus 55-56.
EDITH FRANCOISE ALEXANDER. B.S.
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 3.
SHIRLEY ANN ALFORD, B.S. Stanfield
French and Spanish Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Executive Council 3, 4; YDC's 2; East Carolina Playhouse 1, 2, 3; BUC- CANEER Staff 2, 3.
JAMES CLAUDE ALLEN, B.S. FarmviUe
JAMES HAROLD ANDERSON, A.B. Rocky Mount
Business and Physical Kducation
WILLIAM EDWARD ANDERSON, A.B. Raleigh
Business Education Delta Sigma Pi 4.
HARRY JAMES ARCHER, JR., B.S. Portsmouth, Va.
Physical Education and Social Studies Transfer from University of Richmond; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 3; PE Club-NCAHPER; SGA Representative; Treasurer Delta Sigma Rho; YDC 4.
AVIS ALTON ARMSTRONG, B.S. New Bern
Industrial Arts Westminster Fellowship 1, 2; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4.
BETTY JOANN ASHLEY, B.S. Whiteville
Grammar Education YWCA 1, 2, 3; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; SGA 4; Wesley Foundation 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Vni-
NONIE ATKINSON, B.S. Cove City
Math and Science YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Free Will Baptist Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2.
MARY ANN AUSTIN, B.S. Sanford
Primary Grade Education Transfer from Meredith: FTA 2. 3: YWCA 3: ACE 2. 3.
OGDEN S. BABSON, B.S. Roseboro
Physical Education and Social Studies Veteran's Club 2, 3, 4.
GEORGE G. BAILEY, JR., B.S. Everetts
Business and Social Studies Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.
MARSHALL LEE BAINES, B.S. Nashville
Physical Education and English Boxing Team 1949; Physical Education Club 4; Veteran's Club 4.
ROBERT GROVER BAIRD, B.S.
Business Education SGA Standing Committee 2; YDC 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice President 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3; Vice President Junior Class; Veteran's Club 4; FBLA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2.
FLORENCE LOUISE BAKER, B.S. Elizabeth City
English and French English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; EAST CAROLINIAN 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; EC Playhouse 1, 2, 3; Creative Writers' Club 2; Social Committee 4; SGA 4; Gotten Hall House Committee 1; Garrett Hall House Committee 4.
ESTHER ANNE BALLANCE, B.S.
Business Education and History Meredith College 1; BSU 1, 2; YWA 1.
GREENVILLE BANKS, JR., B.S.
Business Education FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; N. C. FBLA Treasurer 4; YMCA 1, 2, 4, Cabinet 4; YDC 1; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, President 4, Assistant Historian 3; College Union Board 2, 3, 4; Chairman Record and Dance 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
PEGGY RUTH BARFIELD, B.S. Dunn
Grammar Grade Education Cheerleader 1, 2; Tau Beta Sigma 3; SGA 3, 4, Chairman Ex- ternal Affairs Committee 4, Interim Council 4; Women's Judi- ciary, Summer School 3; Homecoming Sponsor 3.
JAY FRANKLIN BARRINGTON, B.S.
Business Education and History FBLA 4; YDC 4; ROTC 1, 2.
MOZELLE BASS, B.S.
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
RAYMOND ANDREW BASS, JR., B.S.
Physical Education and Social Studies Chowan College 1, 2; Veteran's Club 3. 4; Varsity Club 3. 4; Canterbury Club 3, 4; YMCA 3; Sigma Rho Phi 3, 4.
JOHN A. BATTEN, B.S.
Social Studies and Industrial Arts
LESLIE DAVIS BATTS, B.S.
Science and Social Studies Campbell College 1, 2.
JAMES THOMAS BEAMAN, A.B.
Business Administration FBLA 4; YDC 4; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
CULAYE HOLMES BEASLEY, B.S.
Business Education Pi Omega Pi.
HAROLD THOMPSON BECK, A.B. Asheboro
Geography and English Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Gamma Theta Upsilon 4; Intra- mural Basketball 2.
KATHERINE ODOM BELCH, B.S. Ahoskie
Grammar Grade Education FTA 4.
ERNEST EVERETT BENNETT, A.B. Conetoe
Geography and Social Studies
JAMES LOWELL BLAKE, B.S. Jacksonville
Business Education and Social Studies
SARAH PICKETT BLAND, B.S. Kenansville
Grammar Grade Education
HARRY B. BLEVINS, B.S. Elizabeth City
Industrial Arts Lees-McRae College 1, 2; Basketball 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 4.
PEGGY JOYCE BLUE. B.S.
Primary Grade Education
FTA 1; ACE 2; YWCA 2, 3; West Tau Sigma Fraternity 3. 4.
WILMA GREY BLUE. B.S.
Primary Grade Educatii
Carthage Fellowship 1, 2, 3;
FTA 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster FeUowship 1, 2, 3; Tau Sigma Fraternity 1, 2, 3.
ARTHUR FRANKLIN BODKIN, B.S. Greenville
Social Studies and Music ECC Touring Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2; BSU 1,2, 3,4; PhiMu Alpha 2, 3, 4.
RUPERT R. BONNER, A.B.
Geography and Science Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4.
WILLA RAE BOWEN. B.S. Rocky Mount
Business Education FBLA 1, 2. 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 2. 3. 4, Assistant Secretar)' 3, Secretar>- 4; Corresponding Secretary FBLA 3.
GEORGE W. BOWERS. B.S. Greenville
Social Studies and English Veteran's Club 2, 3, 4; YDC 4.
HAROLD EUGENE BOWERS, B.S. Draper
Social Studies and Welfare Elon College 1 ; Veteran's Club 2, 3, 4.
GWENDOLYN PAUL BOYD. B.S. FayetteviUe
NANCY COOPER BOYD, B.S. Nashville
Primary Grade Education Saint Mary's 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 1; FTA 2, 3, Second Vice Presi- dents; ACE2. 3. 4.
SYLVIA LOLITA BOYKIN. B.S. Sims
Primary Grade Education VWCA and ACE.
ABNER S. BRADDY, B.S. Bath
Physical Education and Social Studies
BETTY RUTH BRADSHAW. B.S. La Grange
Primary Grade Education Gotten Ha!! House Committee 1; Sophomore Counselor 2; Woman's Chorus 3; Tau Beta Sigma 3. 4; "i'WCA 1, 2, 3.
MARGARET FRANCES BRAKE, B.S. Rocky Mount
Grammar Grade Education WRA 1, 2; ACE 4.
DOROTHY ELAINE BRANCH, B.S. Greenville
Science and English Science Club 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Women's Day Student Council 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- urer 3, Vice President 4; FTA 3; YWCA 3; Alternate Marshal 4; BSU 2, 3, 4, "Listen" Committee 3, Buddy 4.
FAYE LARKIN BRANCH, B.S. Winterville
Primary Grade Education
Home Economics Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
LLOYD JONES BRAY, JR., A.B. Greenville
English and Social Studies Wesley Foundation 1; Wesley Players 1, 2, 3; EC Playhouse 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; College Choir 1, 2, 3; SGA 2, 3; Men's Judiciary 2; President of Men Day Students 2; Brigadoon 1; Macbeth 2; Radio and Television 2, 3; Varsity Men's Glee Club 1; Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, Historian 3; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, Secretary 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities.
LEON BROCK, B.S.
Physical Education and Social Studies Veteran's Club; Physical Education Club.
CAROL MARGUERITE BROOKS, B.S. Brooklyn, N. Y.
English and Spanish Creative Writers' Club 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4; YWCA 2, 4; BUCCANEER Staff 3.
SARA PARKIN BROOKS, B.S. Beaufort
Grammar Grade Education FTA 1, 2; ACE 1, 2; Aquanymphs 1, 2; EC Playhouse 2; Woman's Chorus 3; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Sigma 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4.
HORACE EUGENE BROOME, B.S. Concord
Physical Education and Science
DOUGLAS L. BROWN, B.S. Rockingham
Industrial Arts College Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4: Advanced ROTC Club 3, 4; ROTC Drill Team Club 4.
JO ALLEN BROWN, B.S. Wilmington
Grammar Grade Education Wilmington College 1, 2; ACE 3, 4; Vice President 4; BSU 3. 4.
WILLETTE BROWN, B.S. Wil
Grammar Grade Education Emmanuel College 1, 2.
BErrY J. BRYAN, B.S.
Physical Education and English WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; PE Club 3, 4; English Club 4.
DORIS MAE BRYAN. B.S.
Grammar Grade Education FTA 1, 2. 3, 4; Northeastern District FTA President, State Treasurer, Representative to National Convention 1955; Wesley Foundation Council 2, 3; YWCA 2, 3, 4; ACE 3; Gamma Theta Epsilon, Charter Member, Secretary 3, 4.
R. JENNINGS BRYAN, JR.. A.B. Raleigh
Chemistry Chi Beta Phi 4.
RETHA BRYAN. B.S.
ALICE VERNITA BRYANT, B.S.
Grammar Grade Education Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4; YDC 1, 2, 3, 4, Second Vice President
First Vice President 2; YWCA 1. 2; WAA 1; SGA 3.
SARAH ALICE BRYSON, B.S. Apex
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3, 4; YWA 1, 2; BSU 1. 2, 3, 4.
WILLA HARPER BULLOCK, B.S. Farmville
Primary Education Mixed Chorus 1; College Singers 1; Women's Chorus 1.
BETTY JO BUTTS, B.S.
Primary Grade Education FBLA 1; FTA 3; SGA 4; Gotten Hall House Committee 2; ACE 4; YWCA 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi Homecoming Sponsor 4; Marshal.
DECOMA JANE BYRD. B.S. Garner
Primary Grade Education ACE I, 2; FTA 3; SGA 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1. 2; Women's Chorus 1; Tau Sigma 3, 4; Advisory Council 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
THOMAS MIXON BYRD. B.S. Henderson
Social Sluilies anil English Sigma Rho Plii; SCA 3, Chairman Elcctinn Committer 3.
MILDRED MOORE CAMERON, B.S. Broadway
GROVER LEE CARAWAN, B.S. Belhaven
Physical Education and Social Studies
WILLIAM HOWARD CARMICHAEL, B.S. Raeford
Physical Education and Social Studies Veteran's Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2; PE Club 4.
ALVIS BRYAN CARR, JR., B.S. Rocky Mount
Business Education and English EC Playhouse, Vice President 4.
PATTI MARIE CARR, B.S.
Primary Grade Educ
BONNIE BROWN CARRAWAY, B.S.
Home Economics Home Economics Club 4.
RALPH NORWOOD CARROLL, JR., A.B.
Accounting and Social Studies UNC 1; N. C. State 2.
SAMUEL D. CARSON, A.B. Williamston
Business Education and Social Studies President Senior Class; Circle K; Alpha Phi Omega; Homecoming Committee; College Union Board; Student Advisorj' Council; Ring and Budget Committee; SGA 4; Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities.
EUNICE FRANCE CASTELLOW, B.S. Conway
Home Economics Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Historian 4; Phi Omicron 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Reporter 3; EAST CARO- LINIAN Staff 3; YWCA 1. 2, 3; BSU 1, 2, 3.
LLOYD RALPH CHASON, B.S. Rocky Mount
Music Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 3, 4, President 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Honor Recitalist; Delegate to Phi Mu Alpha National Convention 4; Music Education Club.
THOMAS MACK CHERRY, B.S. Everetts
Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; PE Club 4; Circle K Club 3, 4.
FRANKLIN P. CHINN, B.S. Rocky Point
Mathematics and Social Studies
Math Club 4.
HELEN JOANNE CLARK, B.S.
Primary Grade Education Association for Childhood Education 3.
JEAN LUCILLE COLE, B.S.
English and Mathematics Math Club 1, 2, 3; English Club 4.
HELEN M. COLEMAN, B.S.
Grammar Grade Education
PHYLLIS ANN COLEY, B.S.
Primary Grade Education Chowan College 1. 2; ACE 3; YWCA 4.
BARBARA SPEIGHT CONDER, B.S. Roanoke Rapids
Primary Education EC Playhouse 1; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Vice President Wilson Dormitory 3; SGA 3.
MATTIE ANN COOKE, B.S. Mount Olive
Grammar Grade Education Sophomore Counselor 2; ROTC Sponsor 2; May Court 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; ACE 4; Summer School SGA 3.
PATRICIA ANN COPE, B.S.
Primary Education BSU 1, 2, 3, 4: YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; ACE 4; Women's Chorus 3, 4.
BARBARA ANN CORBETT. B.S.
Primary Grade Education FT A 3.4: ACE 3. 4.
RALPH M. COTTLE, A.B.
Business Campbell 2.
ANN CRAFT COUNCIL, B.S.
Grammar Grade Education
JOSEPH BRAXTON COUNCIL, B.S.
LEMUEL HOWARD COX, B.S. Goldsboro
Physical Education and Science
Circle K 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; YMCA 4; President Slay Dormitory 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
BARBARA JUNE COZART, B.S.
Primary Grade Education Meredith College 1; ACE 3, 4.
EUGENE CARSON CRAWFORD, JR., A.B.
Science Science Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Gamma Theta UpsUon 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4; YDC 4.
JUNE F. CREWS, B.S. Creedmoor
Music College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Soloist 2, 3; Blossom Time 1; Brigadoon 2; Oklahoma 3; Women's Chorus 1; Orchestra 2; Music Educa- tion Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha lota 2, 3. 4, Chaplain 2. 3, Vice President 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
JANE CAROL CROFTON, B.S. Plymouth
English and Social Studies YWCA 2. 3, 4; Cheerleader 1. 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 4; Sophomore Counselor 2; English Club 4; Miss Summer School 1954.
GUELDA F. HARTMAN GROUSE, B.S.
Winston-Salem Primary Grade Education FTA 4; ACE 4; County Club Reporter 2; Geography Fraternity 4.
ROBERT THOMAS CRUMPLER, B.S. Goldsboro
Music Phi Mu Alpha 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3; ECC Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Collegians 1, 2, 3, 4; College Band 1, 2. 3. 4, President 4; Varsity Glee Club 1.
0. LORR.\INE CULLOM, B.S. Roanoke Rapids
Grammar Grade Education ACE 2, 3, 4; YWCA 4.
FINLEY DONALD CURTIS, B.S. Gibsonville
Physical Education and Science
Baseball 1; PE Club 4.
BETTIE JEAN DAMERON, B.S. Pelham
Home Economics Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 3.
E. FRANCES DANIEL, B.S. Snow Hill
Grammar Grade Education Home Economics Club 1; FTA 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3; YDC 2; Social Committee Jarvis Hall 3.
LAURA JOAN DANIELS, B.S.
Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3.
SHIRLEY SUSAN DARDEN, B.S. Clinton
Grammar Grade Education
FBLA 1; FTA 3, 4; ACE 3, 4.
HETTIE MILDRED DAUGHTRY, B.S. Faison
Primary Grade Education FTA 2, 3; ACE 3.
BETTY JUNE DAVENPORT, B.S. Tarboro
Business Education and English Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4.
FRED ALLEN DAVENPORT, B.S. Plymouth
Business Education YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Y Cabinet 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4; Delta Zeta Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Ritual Chairman 3; FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Glee Club 1; IRC 4; SGA 3, 4; Student Advisory Coun- cil 4; Chapel Committee 4. ^0
CHARLES RAY DAVIS. B.S.
English and Social Studies Transfer from Guilford Coileg
GLORIA FAYE DAVIS, B.S. New Bern
Primary Grade Education Transfer from High Point College 1; Wilson Hall House Com- mittee 3; Assistant for Childhood Education 3, 4, Vice Presi-
THOMAS 0. DAVIS, B.S. Erwin
Science and Social Studies SGA 2; YDC Parliamentarian 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM HOWARD DEAN, B.S. Hope Mills
Science and Physical Education
JOANN DE BRUHL, B.S. New Bern
Primary Grade Education Annual Staff 1, 2, 3, Assistant Business Manager 2, Business Manager 3; ACE 1, 2, 3; FTA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Corresponding Secretary 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Counselor 2.
RICHARD H. DENTON, B.S. Tarboro
Physical Education and Social Studies Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Aquatic Club
2, 3, 4, President 4; YDC 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3; PE Club 3, 4; YMCA 4; President Umstead Dormitory 4; SGA
3, 4; Men's Judiciary 4.
WILLIAM DONALD DESERN, A.B. Raleigh
Business Education Delta Sigma Pi 2. 3, 4, Chancellor 3. 4. Efficiency Chairman 4.
SHIRLEY FAYE DICKENS, B.S. Fairmont
Primary Grade Education May Court 3; YDC Sponsor 3; Jarvis Sponsor 4; YDC 3, 4; YWCA 4; ACE 3, 4; WAA 1, 2; Alternate Sponsor Jarvis 3.
VAN GRAYSON DICKENS, B.S.
Grammar Grade Education AFROTC 3, 4; Officers Club 3, 4; Tiger Club 3, 4; Sigma Rho Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 1, 2, 3,
COY DORMAN, A.B.
Geography and Business Gamma Theta Upsilon
Conway, S. C.
NEEL DUPREE, B.S. Greenville
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet Member 2, 3, President 4; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Chief Marshal 3; FWB Fellowship 1, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3; SGA 4; Inter-Religious Council 4; Ifho's IF ho Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities.
MARSHALL PETERSON DU VAL, JR.. B.S.
Social Studies and Sciena Sigma Rho Thi 1. 2, 3, 4.
HORACE RAY EASON, B.S. Tyner
Business Education and Social Studies
DWIGHT A. EATMON, A.B.
Geography and English Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4; Science Club.
WILLIAM MACK EDMONDSON, JR., A.B. Kinston
Business Administration and Economics Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3. 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 4; Vice President Sophomore Class: Vice President Junior Class; Circle K 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1. 2, 4; FBLA 1, 2; SGA 3, 4; College Choir 1; Varsity Men's Chorus 1; Who's If ho Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
JOHN H. EDWARDS, JR.. B.S. Williamston
Business Education and Social Studies Commerce Club 1; Band; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2; Veteran's Club 3, 4; Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4.
ANNIE MAE ELLEN, B.S. Rocky Mount
Primary Grade Education
ACE 3, 4; FTA 3; Transfer from Mars Hill College 1, 2.
CLAUDE GERALD ELLEN. B.S. Angier
ALICE FAYE ETHERIDGE, B.S. Engelhard
Primary Grade Education YWCA 1, 2, 3; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3.
SHIRLEY JANET EURE, B.S. Hertford
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 2, 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3.
MARION MURRAY EVANS, B.S. New Bern
English and Social Studies EC Playhouse 2, 3, 4; College Union Board 3, 4; SGA Elections Committee 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Who's If ho Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
SARAH DOROTHY EVERETT, B.S.
Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 3; YWCA 2; Sophomore Counselor 2 ciary Summer Session 2; Gotten Hall H School 2.
n's Judi- Committee Summer
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH EVERSON, B.S. Washington
Grammar Grade Education WRA 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3; FTA 3, 4; ACE 2, 3; Jarvis Hall House Committee 2.
PATRICIA ANN EVERTON, B.S. Columbia
Primary Grade Education ACE 3, 4, President 4; College Choir 2, 3, 4; Historian of SGA 4; SGA Representative Junior Class; Meredith College 1; Repre- sentative of College at Azalea Festival 1956; AFROTC Sponsor 2; Homecoming Sponsor 2, 3, 4; FTA 2; Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities.
JIMMY M. FERRELL, B.S. Lucama
English and Sociai Studies EAST CAROLINIAN 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 2, Co-Editor 3, Editor 3, 4; SGA 3, 4; Executive Council SGA 3, 4; Publications Board 3, 4; Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3. 4; Creative Writers' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 4; YMCA 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities.
JOHN C. FIELDS, B.S. PikeviUe
Physical Education and Social Studies Freshman Basketball 1; Varsity Baseball 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT CARLTON FIELDS, JR., A.B. Greenville
Business Administration and Music Band 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 4.
PHYLLIS ANN FINGER, B.S. Kannapolis
Primary Grade Education Stephens College. Columbia, Missouri 1, 2; Social Chairman
of Wilson Hall 3; Homecoming Represent, 3; ACE 4.
for Wilson Hall
FREDA JEAN FISHER, B.S. Wilmington
Spanish and English Treasurer Freshman Class; President Sophomore Class; Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; President Fleming Hall 3; Secretary Flem- ing Hall 2; President Women's Judiciary 4; SGA 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1; FTA 2. 3; Advisory Council 4; Marshal 3; Who's Who .Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
LOUISE FITZGERALD, B.S. Micro
Mathematics and Social Studies Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Annual Staff 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in .American Colleges and Universities.
Norfolk, Virginia m and Social Studies Veteran's Club 3, 4; Sigma Rho Intramural Council 4, Vice President
WILLIAM F. FLOYD, B.S.
Physical Education Football 1. 2; PE Club 3, 4; Phi 3, 4, Business Manager 4: dent 4.
ROY H. FORBES, A.B. Washington
Mathematics and Social Studies Transfer from Walter Hervey Junior College, New York, New York.
ROBERT S. FORREST, B.S. Greenville
Business Education Treasurer SGA 4, Assistant Treasurer 3; Secretary Budget Committee 3; Chairman Budget Committee 4; Delegate to Na- tional Student Congress 4; Treasurer Summer School SGA 3, 4; Treasurer Executive Council 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
MARGARET LOU FRYE, B.S. Carthage
Primary Grade Education Teacher's Playhouse 1, 2; Woman's Chorus 1, 2, 4; Tau Beta Sigma 3. 4; ACE 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2; Secretary of Tau Beta Sigma 4; House Committee Garrett Hall 4.
JOYCE ELIZABETH FULCHER, B.S. Robersonville
Music Education Meredith College 1; College Choir 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Music Education Club 2, 3, 4.
DORIS ELOISE FULGHUM, B.S. Roanoke Rapids
Grammar Grade Education Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; Women's Chorus 4.
BETTY JEAN GALLIMORE, B.S. LeaksviUe
Primary Grade Education
DONALD GENE GARGIS. B.S. Raleigh
Physical Education and Social Studies YDC 3, 4; Veteran's Club; SGA 4; N. C. Association of Health
FRANCES WYNETTE GARNER, B.S.
Grammar Grade Education Wesley Foundation Council 1, 2, 3. 4; EC Choir Committee 1; FTA 4.
BETTY JEAN. GARRETT, B.S.
Primary Grade Education EAST CAROLINIAN 1, 2; EC Playhouse 1, 2; FTA 3; Social Committee 3; YWCA 2, 3.
MARY CATHERINE GARRIS, B.S. Deep Run
Grammar Grade Education
CLIFTON A. GASKINS, JR., B.S. New Bern
Business Education and Social Studies FBLA Club 1; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3. 4; YDC 4; Delta Sigma
ROBERT JEROME GAY, B.S. Walstonburg
Physical Education and Science Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; PE Club 3, 4.
JAMES HARRISON GAYLORD, IV. B.S. Roper
Social Studies and Public Welfare Veteran's Club.
HARRY BRYAN GEROCK, B.S. Atlantic
Business Education YDC 2, 3; SGA 4; Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, President 4; College Union Board 4; Inter Fraternity Council 4.
JAMES HOWARD GILL, A.B.
JEAN YEARGIN GILL, B.S. Oxford
Primary Grade Education Home Economics Club 1; YWCA 1; YDC 1; Meredith College
OSCAR BENTON GILLEY, B.S.
Social Studies and English
BESSIE JANET GLENN, B.S. Hertford
Primary Grade Education
ADIANA JUNE GOLDSTON, B.S. Graham
Home Economics Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4; Wesley Players 2, 3, 4, President 4; EC Playhouse 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4.
JOHN CARL GRADY, B.S. Kinston
Physical Education and Social Studies
DAVID WARREN GRANITZ, B.S. Greenville
Grammar Grade Education and Special Education Football 1 ; Track 2, 3, 4.
FANNIE PEARLE GREEN, B.S.
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Phi On
Vice President 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; SGA Reporter 3; Spring Musical 2; Self -Help Work 1, 2, 3.
ROY C. GREENE, A.B. Siler City
Business Administration and Economics Pi Omega Pi 3; Veteran's Club.
JAMES BOYD GREESON, B.S. Burlington
Physical Education and Science Football 1, 2; Baseball 1; PE Club 3, 4.
THOMAS TEMPLE GREY, B.S. Southern Pines
Physical Education and Social Studies
JAMES DALTON GRIFFIN, B.S. Washington
Business Education and Social Studies
SHIRLEY ANN GUNN, B.S. Providence
Business Education and French Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Self-help Student 1, 2. 3, 4.
BOBBY RAY HALL, B.S. Erwin
Social Studies and Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 2, Second Vice President 3, President 4; SGA 4; Advisory Council 4; YMCA 3, 4; FTA 4; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; EAST CARO- LINIAN 1, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 1, Editorial Assistant 2, 3, 4.
ALBERT U. HARDISON, B.S. New Bern
Physical Education and Social Studies
JEAN ROUSE HARDY, B.S. La Grange
Business Education Transfer from Flora Macdonald College^; Chocricader 2- President of FBLA 2; Epsilon Chi 1, 2.
KAY PILLEY HARGROVE, B.S. W
Primary Grade Education ACE 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, ,3, 4; YWCA 2; FBLA 1.
SHIRLEY RAY HARGROVE, B.S.
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3- President 4- YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Member 2; Wesley Foundation 1. 2, 3, 4, Council Member 3, 4; Social Chairman Fleming Hall 3; SGA 3, 4; WRA 1, Marshal; Assistant Business Manager EAST CAROLINIAN 2; Dean's Advisory Council 4.
BARBARA LYNN HARRELL, A.B. Raleigh
English and French Mary's Junior College 1; Modern Dance 1, 2; Pep Club 2; Religious Council I, 2, 4; Canterbury Club
Playhouse 3, 4; Inter-R.
2, 3, 4
FAYE WATSON HARRELL, B.S. Kinston
Primary Grade Education FWB Fellowship 1, 2.
SHIRLEY CORINE HARRELL, B.S. Edenton
Primary Grade Education FTA Club 1, 2; ACE 4; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
BETTY SUE GAY HARRIS, B.S. Bunn
Business Education FBLA 2, 3, 4; EC Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4.
DAVID LEE HARRIS, B.S. Burlington
Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1, 2, 4.
DONALD BALDWIN HARRIS, B.S. Laurinburg
Physical Education and Social Studies
Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4. Captain 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4.
EDDIE N. HARRIS, B.S. Williamston
Business Education YMCA 1; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4; Circle K Club 3, 4; FBLA 1.
HELEN GAMBLE HARRIS, B.S. Laurinburg
English and Social Studies
JOY HARRIS, B.S. Washington
Grammar Grade Education FTA 2; BSU 2, 3, 4; ACE 3, 4; Delegate to International ACE Conference 3; Secretary-Treasurer ACE 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; "Y" Publicity Chairman 3; "Y" EAST CAROLINIAN Reporter 4; "Y" Delegate to Ecumenical Conference in Ohio 3; EC Playhouse 1; Secretary-Treasurer Fleming Hall 3.
MARY ANN HARRIS, B.S. Hertford
Primary Grade Education
FTA 1; YWCA 3; ACE 3,4.
EDWIN FRANCIS HARRISON, B.S. Goldsboro
Mathematics and Science Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4.
HERMAN G. HARRISON, A.B. New Bern
Business Education and Socio! Studies Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Veteran's Club.
HERBERT CLARENCE HARTON, B.S. Raleigh
Business Education Campbell College 1, 2; FTA 3, 4.
FRANCES ANNE HARVEY, B.S., Littleton
Business Education FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 3. 4; FTA 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3, 4.
WALTER ALEXANDER HASTY, JR.. B.S. Monroe
Physical Education and Social Studies Appalachian State Teacher's College 1 ; University of Maryland 2; Veteran's Club 2, 3, 4; YDC 3^ 4; PE Club 3, 4; TauBeta Sigma 3. 4; President Tau Beta Sigma 3, Representative to N. C. State Student Legislature 3, 4; Delegate to U. S. National Stu- dent Congress 4; First Vice President to SGA 4; "Ring Committee Chairman 4; Executive Council 4.
EUGENE HAYMAN, B.S.
Home Economics BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, President Summer 56; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 4. Cabinet
1, 2, Secretary 3, Marshal 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Art Club 4; Phi Omicron 2. 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, President 4; President Wilson Hall Summer 56; Inter-Religious Council
2, 3, Vice President 3; SGA 4; Dean's Advisory Council 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
REBEKAH HOYTE HAYNES, B.S.
Primary Grade Education Flora Macdonald College 1, 2; FTA 4; ACE 4
EDNA JANET HEATH, B.S. Newport
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 3; Women's Chorus 3, 4.
MARGARET FRANK HEATH, B.S. Elizabeth City
Primary Grade Education Transfer from Brevard Junior College; ACE 3, 4; YWCA 3; Annual Staff 2, 3.
BILLY CHARLES HELMS, B.S. Monroe
Physical Education and Social Studies Professional PE Club; Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Sigma Rho Phi 1 2, 3, 4; Circle K Club 3, 4; YMCA 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities.
ROBERT LOUETTE HERRING, B.S. Mt. Olive
Math and Physical Education Math Club 2, 3, 4; EAST CAROLINIAN, Reporter 3, President 4.
TENNIELEAN HILL. B.S. Rougemont
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1.
GENEVA HINSON, B.S. Whiteville
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3.
CURT HINTON, JR., B.S. Wilson
Physical Education and Social Studies
TREASURE HODGES, B.S. Washington
Business Education WRA 2; FLBA 2; Teacher's Playhouse 1, 2; FTA 3, 4; Aquatics Club 2.
LOIS ANN HOGAN, B.S. Lynchburg, Va.
Primary Grade Education FTA 4; Transfer from Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va.
BARBARA ELLEN HOLLER, B.S. Greensboro
Piano and Voice College Choir 1. 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 4; Band 1; Homecoming Sponsor 1, 2; Honors Recital; SAI Music Fraternity; Jarvis Hall Vice President 3.
BARBARA ANN HOLLIDAY. B.S. Jamesville
Business Education and English English Club 3, 4; Women's Chorus 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Atlanta Christian College, Atlanta, Georgia 1, 2.
SHIRLEY JEAN HOLTON. B.S.
Prinwry Grade Education YWCA 1; FBLA 1, 2; ACE 3, 4.
BOBBY RAY HOOVER, A.B. Kinston
Business Administration and Social Studies Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
ALTON E. HOWARD, B.S. Greenville
Business Education and Mathematics Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.
CATHERINE ANN HOWARD, B.S. Kinston
Grammar Grade Education
KENNETH LANE HOWARD, B.S. Pink Hill
Business Education and Social Studies
Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, First Vice President 4; YDC 4.
FRANCES IRENE HOYLE, B.S.
Grammar Grade Education
WILLIAM DANIEL HUDSON. B.S.
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Aquatics Club 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming Team 3; ROTC 1, 2; YDC 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4.
FRANCES LEE HUGHES, B.S. St. Brides, Virginia
English and Social Studies English Club 2, 3; Treasurer Jarvis Hall 3; YWCA 3; Creative Writers' Club 3.
JAMES O'DONALD HUGHES, B.S. Colerain
Physical Education and Social Studies Chowan College 1, 2; Baseball 3; Veteran's Club 3. 4; PE Club 3, 4.
LAURICE MILLER HUGHES, A.B. Stedman
Science and Geography Freshman Basketball 1; Science Club 2, 3; Tiger Club 3.
MARILYN ELIZABETH HUGHES, B.S. Oxford
Primary Grade Education
EDWIN LACY HURST, B.S. i
Art and English
ROBERT STADLEY HYATT, B.S.
Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Class Treasurer 4.
ELIZABETH ANN HYLTON, B.S.
Mullens, West Virginia Business Education and Social Studies Mary Washington College of University of Virginia 1; Inter- national Relations Club 2, 3, Publicity Manager 3; FBLA 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Canterbury Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; BUCCA- NEER Staff 3, 4; Jarvis Hall House Committee 4; SGA 4; Re- porter EAST COROLINIAN.
GARLAND EUGENE JACKSON, A.B.
Business Education and Social Studies
HAROLD LEON JACKSON, B.S. Dunn
Science Science Club 3, 4; YDC 4.
HAROLD LLOYD JAMES, B.S. Rose Hill
Physical Education and Social Studies
J. LOIS JENNETTE, B.S. Mount Olive
Social Studies and English YWCA 1, 3, 4; FBLA 1; English Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Secretary 4; IRC 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; FTA 3.
LINWOOD E. JENNINGS, JR., A.B. Greenville
Social Studies and W'eliare
JIMMY LEE JOHNSON, JR., B.S.
Business and Social Studies Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Historian 3, President
Entertainment Committee 4: SGA 4.
MARTHA ANN JOHNSON, B.S.
Business Education Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, Vice President 4; Free Will Baptist Fellowship 2, 3, 4, President 4; FBLA 3, 4; IRC 4, Secretary 4; YWCA
1. 2, 3, 4; "Y" Cabi: can Colleges and U
4; Who's Who Among Students in Ameri-
PEGGY WARRICK JOHNSON, B.S.
Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 3; YWCA 3.
WALTER E. JOHNSON, B.S.
Industrial Arts Wesley Players 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Treasurer 3; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Alpha Delta Tau 2. 3, 4, President 4; NCIAA 2, 3; SGA 3. 4.
CHARLOTTE ANN JONES, B.S. Littleton
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA Club 2, 3, 4; YMCA 2, 3, 4.
CHARLOTTE GRAY JONES, B.S. Nashville
Primary Grade Education YWCA 1, 2, 3; FTA 1, 2. 3, Second Vice President 2; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3; BSU 1.
JASPER DEAN JONES, B.S.
LINDA ANN JONES, A.B.
MARGARET LOUISE (PEGGY) JONES, B.S.
Business Education FBLA 1. 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; YWCA 2; WAA 2; Wesley Foundation Council 3. 4, Treasurer 4.
MARGIE RUTH JONES, B.S. Snow Hill
English and Spanish College Choir 1; EAST CAROLINIAN 2; Music Club 1; BSU 1.
MARY ELIZABETH JONES, B.S. Wilmington
Science BSIJ ]. 2, 3, 4, Council 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Secre- tary 3; YDC 2; HUCCANEER Staff 2, 3; Science Club 4; East Carolina Playhouse 1, 2, 3; Chi Beta Phi 4.
CHRISTINE RAE JOYNER, B.S. Mt. Olive
Business Education and Social Studies Atlantic Christian College 1; WRA 1; Wilson Hall House Council 3, 4; BUCCANEER Staff 2, 3; Faculty Editor 2; Activities Editor 3.
GEORGE DAVID JOYNER, B.S. Weldon
Industrial Arts N. C. State 1; Sigma Rho Phi 3, 4.
JULIA SMITH JOYNER, B.S. Snow Hill
Business Education FBLA 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4.
PAUL H. JOYNER, JR., B.S. Weldon
Business Education and Social Studies FBLA 4; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.
POLLY ANN KEARNEY, B.S. Snow Hill
Home Economics Phi Omicron 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; YWCA 1, 2; Sophomore Counselor; FTA 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Chairman Cotten Hall 2.
BENJAMIN F. KEATON, JR., B.S. Belhaven
Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Pi Sigma Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Pi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2, Accompanist 2; EC Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1,
2, 3, 4; SGA 3, 4.
ELEANOR ANN KINARD, B.S. Plymouth
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU 1, 2,
3, 4; Council 3; FTA 4.
HORACE G. KING, B.S. Kinston
Business Education and Social Studies
Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Pi Omega Pi 4.
SYLVIA JEANNETTE KINLAW, B.S. St. Pauls
DOROTHY FAYE KNIGHT, B.S.
Grammar Grade Educe FTA 1, 3; YWCA 3; Sophomo
ROY N. KNIGHT, B.S.
NICK DEENS KORNEGAY, B.S.
Physical Education and Science Glee Club 2,3; PE Club.
GLADYS MARIE LAMM, B.S.
Primary Grade Education YWCA 2, 3; ACE 2, 3.
RALPH LEE LAMM, B.S.
Science and English BSU Council 2, 3, 4; BSU President 4; Inter-Religious Council 4, President 4; SGA 4; YMCA 2, 3, 4; Creative Writers' Club 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4 Student Advisory Council 4; AFROTC 2, 3; County Club President 1. 2; YMCA Cabinet 3.
VIRGIL WILTON LANE, B.S.
Business Education and Social Studies Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.
RACHAEL ANN LANG, B.S. Greenville
English and Social Studies Music Education Club 1; English Club 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Sponsor 1, 2; Secretary SGA Summer 56; Chairman Handbook Committee; SGA 3; College Union Board 3, Marshal 3- Women's Chorus 1, 3; YWCA 2, 3; Oklahoma 2; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
DONALD RICHARD LARIMORE, B.S. Winston Salem
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Rho Phi 3, 4.
ANN ELIZABETH LASSITER. B.S. Plymouth
Home Economics Meredith College 1; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, Vice President 4; Dormitory Social Committee.
DOROTHY HOPE LAUGHINGHOUSE, B.S. Dunn
Grammar Grade Education YWCA 1, 2, 3; ACE 1, 2, 3; SGA Representative; Homecoming Sponsor, Marshal: Handbook Committee.
HARRY JOSEPH LAWLER. B.S. Hopewell, Virginia
HELEN ALLENE LEE, B.S. Orienial
Business Education and English English Club Reporter 4; FTA 1; FBLA 1; YWCA 1; House Committee Summer 55.
ROBERT E. LEE, JR., A.B. Salisbury
Social Studies and English Beta Theta Pi; Phi Alpha Delta.
ROBERT FRANKLIN LEE, B.S. Greenville
Business Education and Social Studies
IRMA G. LEGGETT, B.S. Raleigh
Primary Grade Education FTA 1. 2. 3. 4; ACE 1, 2, 3. 4; YWCA 1. 2. 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2; Women's Chorus 2; EAST CAROLINIAN Reporter 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Delegate to State Democratic Convention 4; Tau Sigma 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; SGA 4; Dean's Advisory Council 4.
RICHARD CARLTON LEONARD, B.S. Erwin
Science Science Club 1. 2, 3. 4, President 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4;
Chi Beta Phi 3. 4, Secretary 4; Phi Sigma Pi tainment Committee 3, 4.
SGA 4; Enter-
LORETTA GRIFFIN LEWIS, B.S.
Physical Education and Social Studies PE Club 3.4; WRA2, 3, 4.
AURELIA PAIGE LILLEY, B.S.
Home Economics Sophomore Counselor; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Marshal 3; Phi Omicron 3, 4; EAST CAROLINIAN Reporter 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Properties Committee 2: YDC 3, 4.
FRANCIS EUGENE LILLEY, B.S. Williamston
Business Education and Social Studies Delta Zeta Chapter Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Varsity Tennis 3,
YMCA 2, 3; of 56.
Veteran's Club 1, 2: President Delta Zeta, Summer
SHELTON EARL LILLEY, B.S.
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 3, 4.
PEGGIE MARIE LIMER. B.S. Rich Square
Home Economics BSU 1 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA I, 2, 3. 4, Officer 3; YWCA 2. 3, 4; YDC 3. 4, Marshal 3; Women's Chorus 4; Dormitory Homecoming Committee 2, 3.
JOSEPH C. UNA, B.S.
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 3. 4.
THELMA COLEEN LISK. B.S. Statesville
Primary Grade Education Transfer from Pfeiffer College.
JEAN CAROLYN LITTLETON, B.S. Stella
English and Spanish Sigma Pi Alpha 1. 2. 3. Secretary 3; English Club 1, 2, 3. Publicity Chairman 2, Secretary 3; FTA 2; YWCA 3.
LENNIE GERALDINE LIVERMAN. B.S. Conway
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3; YWCA 2.
CECIL EARL LONG, B.S. Jamesville
Business Education and Social Studies FBLA 1; YDC; Veteran's Club.
CHARLES KENNEDY LOVELACE. B.S. New Bern
Music Education Phi Mu Alpha 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice President 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4. Manager 3; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Officers Club, ROTC 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3; COLLEGIANS 3, 4.
WILLIAM PATTERSON McARTHUR. B.S.
DOROTHY C. McCOY, B.S. Kinston
Business Education Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Sponsor 4.
GEORGE LESLIE McCULLEN, B.S. Goldsboro
Physical Education and Science Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Veteran's Club.
ERNEST LINDLEY McFARLAND, B.S. Henderson
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; ECC Band 1; BSLI ], 2, 3, Host 1. Treasurer 2; Advanced Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; AFROTC Model Airplane Club.
RICHARD THOMAS McINTYRE, A.B. Rocky Mount
Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4.
SALLY JEAN McKAY, B.S. Elizabethtown
Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President Woman's Hall 1; Tau Beta .Sigma 3, 4. House Committee 4; Student Union Board 3, 4.
JOAN CAROLYN McKENZIE, B.S.
Music Education Women's Chorus 1; Music Education Club Singers 2. Accompanist; College Choir 2, Blossom Time 1; Brigadoon 2; YWCA 1, 2.
2, 3, 4; College 4, Treasurer 3;
LINWOOD WAYNE McKINNEY, B.S. Scranton
Mathematics and Social Studies Math Club 3,4; YDC 4.
MARSHALL ALLEN McLAMB, B.S. Coats
Physical Education and Science YMCA 3, 4; SO A 3, 4; President Umstead Dormitory 3; PE Club 3, 4.
SHIRLEY ANN McLAWHORN, B.S. Grimesland
Grammar Grade Education YWCA 3; ACE 1, 2.
JOHN ARCH McPHAUL, A.B. Raeford
Geography and Social Studies Geography Fraternity.
NELLIE McPHERSON, B.S. Clarendon
Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; House Committee Summer School 3; Women's Chorus 3; Women's Judiciary Summer School 3.
ALTA ANN MALLARD, B.S. Trenton
Primary Grade Education FTAClub 2, 3; ACE 2, 3.
MYREL E. MANESS, B.S. Garysburg
English and Music Education Music Club 1, 2, 3; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; College Singers 1, 2; Sigma Alpha Iota 3, 4.
NORMA LANCASTER MANESS, B.S. FayetteviUe
Grammar Grade Education Campbell College 1, 2; FT A 4; ACE 4; YWCA 3, 4.
PEGGY G. MANGUM, B.S. Saratoga
Primary Grade Education FTA 1. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1.
BOBBY MANN. B.S. Newport
Business Education FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; State FBLA President 4; Wesley Foundation 1. 2, 3, 4. President 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, 3, 4: Who's Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Univt
AGNES PEYTON MARKHAM. B.S. Greenville
Home Economics Flora Macdonald College 1; EC Playmakers 2, 3; Wesley Play- house 3; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; Univer- sity of Tennessee. Summer of 56.
SHIRLEY MARIE MARKHAM, B.S. Durham
Home Economics Woman's College of the University of N. C. 1, 2; Vice President of Pre-Nursing Club 2; Plavlikens 2; Home Economics Club 1, 3, 4.
LARRY CHARLES MARTIN, A.B. Cramerton
Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4.
INEZ N. MARTINEZ, B.S. Greenville
Primary Grade Education
JANICE MARIE MASON, B.S.
Primary Grade Education Music Education Club 1; Women's Chorus 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3; ACE 2, 3.
BARBARA ANN MATTHEWS, A.B.
HELEN BLAND MATTHEWS, B.S. RobersonviUe
Grammar Grade Eduralion Freshman Class Secretary, EAST CAROLINIAN Staff 1; YDC 3; Homecoming Decorations Committee 1; Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Martin County Club President 2.
JOHNNIE E. MAY, B.S. Grimesland
Business Education and Mathematics Math Club 1, 2; FBLA 3; Pi Omega Pi 4.
VIRGINIA BOBBITT MAYNARD, B.S. Gary
Primary Grade Education FTA 3, 4.
ANN L. MAYO, A.B.; B.S. Plymouth
French and Social Studies and Pre-Nursing Meredith College 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, Vice President 3, President 4; YWCA 2, Cabinet 3; Secretary 4; SGA 4; Home- coming Committee 4; Secretary Junior Class; May Court 3; Dean's List; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
MARGARET ANNE MELLON, B.S. Winterville
Business Education and English
ALBERT METTS, B.S. Trenton
Science Science Club 4.
FRANCES JANE MIDYETTE, B.S. Fairfield
Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Sophomore Counselor 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
JEAN MARIE MILLER, B.S. Rocky Points
Grammar Grade Education Wilmington College 1, 2; ACE 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4.
JANET MASON MITCHELL, B.S. Ahoskie
Art and English Art Club 3, 4, Co-Publicity Chairman 4; English Club 4; Cheer- leader 1; YDC 1, 2; WECC Radio Staff 4; Jarvis Hall Home- coming Decorations Chairman 3; Summer School Woman's Judi- ciary 56; Cotten Hall Summer School House Committee 56.
FRANK LESLIE MOORE, B.S. FarmviUe
Grammar Grade Education SGA 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Tau Beta Sigma 3, 4; Aquatic Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Swimming Team 1, 2. 3, 4; Circle K Club 3, 4, Secretary 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
SHIRLEY HARRIS MOORE, B.S. Enfield
Business Education and Social Studies Meredith College 1, 2; FBLA 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; FWB Felloivship 4.
JEAN ARMSTEAD MOOREFIELD, B.S.
Richmond, Virginia English and History FBLA Club 1; English Club 2. 3, 4; FTA 4; EAST CARO- LINIAN 1; YDC 2.
BILLIE GRAY MORRIS, B.S. Tarboro
Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
GERALD DEAN MORRIS, B.S. Vandemere
Physical Education and Social Studies
HARRY LEE MORRIS, A.B. Goldsboro
Geography and Social Studies
HILDA MARIE MORRIS. B.S. Zebulon
Primary Grade Education Campbell College 1, 2; ACE 3. 4; BSU 3, 4; Women's Chorus 3. 4.
JOHN DEAL MORROW, B.S. Statesville
Science and Social Studies Appalachian State Teacher's College 1, 2; Veteran's Club 3, 4.
DOROTHY JEAN MOZINGO, B.S. Goldsboro
Home Economics FTA Club 3, 4; Northeastern District Secretary FTA 4; We
Education Foundati Christian College 3.
3, 4; Home Economics Club 3. 4; Atlantic
WILLIS CONRAD MOZINGO, A.B. Farmville
LOU MURPHY, B.S. Louisburg
Primary Grade Education
CLINTON R. MURRAY, B.S. Arapahoe
Industrial Arts YMCA 1; Industrial Art Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2. SHIRLEY DANIELS MURRAY, B.S. Arapahoe
Social Studies and English YWCA 2, 3; IRC 3, 4.
ZEBULON BAIRD MUSGRAVE, A.B. PikeviUe
Business Administration FBLA Club 2, 4; YDC 4.
CHARLIE CRAFTON NARRON, B.S. Rocky Mount
Business Education and Social Studies Oak Ridge Military Institute 1; Boxing Team 1.
HANNAH WOLLETT NEAL, B.S. Hollister
Home Economics HE Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3.
PATSY MILLER NELSON, B.S. Beaufort
Socio/ Studies and Mathematics FBLA 1; Math Club 2; IRC 3.
FA YE NEWTON, B.S. New Bern
JAY B. NICHOLS, B.S. Greenville
Business Education and Social Studies President Men's Day Student Council 2; Swimming Team 1; Men's Judiciary 2, 3; Alpha Pi Omega 3, 4; Circle K Club 2, 3, 4, Board of Directors 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, International Represen- tative 3, President 4; Chairman of Homecoming Committee; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities.
JOYCE ANN NORRIS, B.S. Hampstead
English and Social Studies Secretary-Treasurer of Cotten Hall 1; Student Counselor 2; Treasurer of Women's Judiciary 3, 4; Reporter to EAST CARO- LINIAN 1, 4; Secretary-Treasurer of Garrett Hall 4; English Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4.
ELIZABETH WILLIAMS ODHAM, B.S. Grifton
English and Social Studies
Kappa Delta Phi 3, 4; Secretary Day Students 4.
MILDRED CAROLYN O'KELLEY, B.S. Spring Lake
Grammar Grade Education Campbell College 1, 2; FTA 4; ACE 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4.
ROBERT UNION O'NEAL, JR., B.S. Bath
Physical Education and Social Studies
AVANELLE OSBORNE, B.S. Albemarle
Grammar Grade Education Tau Beta Sigma 3, 4; Jarvis Hall Secretary 3; ACE 3, 4; YWCA 1, 4; BUCCANEER 4.
EDWARD B. OUTLAND, A.B.
Geography and English Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4.
EVELYN ELIZABETH OUTLAW, B.S. Kinston
Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir
2, 3, 4.
PEGGY ANNE OUTLAW, B.S.
Music Education Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 1; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus Accompanist 3, 4; Vice President Women's Chorus 3, President 4; College Orchestra 2.
NANCY GROUSE PARKER, B.S. Lexingto
Primary Grade Education College Choir 2, 3, 4; EC Playhouse 2, 3, 4; Blossom Time '. Brigadoon 3; ACE 4.
LAWRENCE H. PARRISH, B.S. Benso
Social Studies and English Louisburg Junior College 1; IRC 2, 3, 4; Veteran's Club 4.
MERCER C. PARROTT, JR., B.S. Norfolk, Virginia Social Studies and English
ANN DAVIS PEEL, B.S. WiUiamston
Primary Grade Education EC Band 1, 2, 3, 4; SGA 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Dean's Advisory Council 3, 4; ACE 1, 2; Vice President Cotten Hall 1; Sophomore Counselor 2; President Garrett Hall 3; Women's Judiciary 3; Kappa Delta Pi 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
RAYMOND B. PENNINGTON, B.S. Greensboro
Physical Education and Social Studies Sigma Rho Phi 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; PE Club 4.
WILLIAM B. PERGERSON, B.S. Reidsville
Science and Mathematics Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club ], 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
FERLON ADRIENNE PERKINS, B.S. Timberlake
Grammar Grade Education FTA 1; YWCA 1; SGA 3; Dormitory President 3; Women's Judiciary 3; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3; BSU 2, 3.
CHARLES ATKINS PERKINSON, A.B. Littleton
Geography and Social Studies Veteran's Club 3, 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 4.
ELSIE LEE PHIPPS, B.S. Fayetteville
Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2, 3; FTA 3; Women's Chorus 1, 3; King Young Fellow- ship 2, 3.
CAROLYN HOLLINGSWORTH PILLSBURY, B.S.
Norfolk, Virginia Primary Grade Education William and Mary transfer; FTA 4; ACE 4.
JAMES WALKER PINER, A.B. Marshallberg
Business Administration and Social Studies
EC Playhouse; Veteran's Club.
MARTHA SUE POND, B.S. Hamlet
Music Education College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha lota 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 1; Secretary of Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3.
UNITA ELIZABETH POPE, B.S. Greensboro
Music Education EC Band 1, 2. 3, 4; College Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; College Choir; Vice President Women's Judiciary 3; SGA 3; Executive Council 3; President Faculty Apts. 3; Sigma Alpha lota 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
PAUL POPOV, A.B.
French and Spanish Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
MILLIE ALLEN PRICE, B.S. Rocky Mount
Mathematics and Social Studies Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2.
RACHEL J. PURCELL, B.S. Winston-Salem
Home Economics Pfeiffer Junior College 1, 2; Home Economics Club 3, 4.
PATRICIA ANNE PURVIS, B.S.
Business Education Women's Chorus 1; FBLA 4; EC Playhouse 1.
PEGGY MARSHALL QUINCY, B.S. Whitakers
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Counselor 2.
JUNE ALLEN QUINN, B.S. Wallace
Grammar Grade Education Vice President County Club 1; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3; FT A 1. 2, 3, First Vice President 3; ACE 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary Sophomore Class; May Court Attendant 2, Marshal 3; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
JANICE F. RABY, A.B. Norfolk, Virginia
English and Social Studies WCUNC 1; EAST CAROLINIAN 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 3, Associate Editor 4; Creative Writers' Club 2, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH ANN RANDOLPH, B.S. Durham
Grammar Grade Education President County Club 2; Sophomore Counselor 2; FTA 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Marshal 3: Westminster Fellowship 3; Tau Beta Sigma 3, 4; ACE 2; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
CATHERINE RAPER, B.S. Mount Olive
Grammar Grade Education YWCA 2; FTA 1, 3, 4; Freshman Counselor 2.
JANET TEACHEY REGISTER, B.S. Rose Hill
ANN FORDHAM RHEM, B.S. Kinston
Primary Grade Education
Louisburg Junior College 1; Aquanymphs 2; Women's Chorus
2, 3; ACE 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3; YWCA 3. ^
JANICE FAYE RHEM, B.S.
Business Education FBLA 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4- Historian 4; YWCA 3.
Kinslon Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, Greenville
CHARLES MELVIN RHODES, A,
Business Admin Veteran's Club 4; Men's Judiciary Council of Day Students 4
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Delta Si|
Pi 3, 4.
EMMA SUE RICHARDS, B.S. Zebulon
Grammar Grade Education
WILLIAM HOWARD RIGGS, A.B. Bayboro
Geography and Business Administration Gamma Theta Upsilon.
JULIA VEE RIVENBARK, B.S. Watha
Business Education Emmanuel College 1, 2; King Youth Fellowship 3, 4.
JAMES OLIVER ROBERSON, B.S. Parmele
Mathematics and Science Math Club 4; Science Club 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi.
EDITH PEATROSS ROGERS, A.B. Raleigh
English and Art SGA 2, 3, 4; YDC 4; Science Club 1; Inter-Religious Council 3; YWCA 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4; College Union Committee 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
KENITH ROGERSON, B.S.
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club; Veteran's
BETTY GWATNEY ROSE, B.S. Goldsboro
Primary Grade Education University of Hawaii 1; ACE 1; YWCA; Westminster Fellow- ship.
HORACE LESLIE ROSE, JR., A.B. Richmond, Virginia
Science and Science Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 2. 3, 4; Circle K 2. 3, 4 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 3, 4; Jarvis Forensic 1, 2 Dean's Advisory Council 4; Secretary-Treasurer Slay Dormitory 4 Vice President Chi Beta Phi 4; President Phi Sigma Pi 4; Who'i Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
DAMARIS ROSS. B.S. Garner
Primary Grade Education ACE 1, 2. 3. 4; BUCCANEER Staff 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3; FTA 3; Women's Chorus 1; College Union Board 4; Secretary 4.
HERBERT B. ROYAL, B.S. Supply
Physical Education and Social Studies
THOMAS EUGENE RUFFIN, JR., B.S. Ahoskie
Business Education and Service FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4; Representative National Convention FBLA 3, Reporter 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 3, 4j Treasurer YMCA 4; President Bertie County Club 3, 4; "i DC 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities: Delta Sigma Pi 4.
BOBBY JOE SASSER, B.S.
Science and Mathematics
NORMAN T. SEARS. B.S. Durham
Physical Education and Social Studies
GLORIA ANN SAWYER, B.S. Grantsboro
Primary Grade Education YWCA 1, 2; FTA 1; FBLA 1; ACE 3, 4.
DOUGLAS BROWN SCHAFRAN, B.S. LiUington
Physical Education and English Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4; Health and Physical Education Club 3, 4; Intramural Council 4.
FRED EARL SEXTON, B.S.
Grammar Grade Education EC Band 1, 2; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 3, 4; Golf Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
2, 3. 4;
MARGARET JACQUELYN SHAW, B.S.
Primary Grade Education FTA 2, 3; ACE 1. 2, 3.
THOMAS A. SHAW, A.B.
Business Administration Catawba College 1, 2; FBLA 3, 4; Unitarians Club 3, 4; YDC 4.
DAVID WHITMAN SHEARIN, B.S. Littleton
Business Education and Social Studies FBLA 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; YMCA 3, 4; IRC 1.
FRED A. SHEHDAN, B.S. Greenville
Music Education Phi Mu Alpha; COLLEGIANS; EC Band ], 2, 3. 4; EC Orches- tra 1. 2, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH ANNE SHELTON, B.S. Camden
English and Library Science Meredith College 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2; BSLl 4; English Club 3, 4; Library Science Club 4; Wilson Hall House Committee 3.
ELLEN JEANETTE SIBBETTE, B.S.
Primary Grade Education FTA 2, 3, 4; ACE 3, 4; Sophomore Counsel
CHARLES VARDELL SIMMONS, JR., A.B. Kenly
Business Administration FBLA 2, 3, 4; Circle K Club 3, 4; Secretary Delta Sigma Pi 4; College Union Student Board 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3.
GENE P. SINGLETARY, B.S. Elizabeth City
Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM JOHN SLOT, A.B. Pantego
Business Administration and Social Studies Men's Glee Club 1; FBLA 2, 3, 4; College Union Student Board 3, 4.
AGNES ELIZABETH SMITH, B.S. Rutherford College
Mathematics and' French Math Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 4.
BARBARA JEAN SMITH, B.S. Windsor
Business Education YDC 2; YWCA 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Treasurer Jarvis Hall 3; Social Committee Garrett 4.
DOCK GARNER SMITH. B.S. Princeton
Business Education and Social Studies Alpha Phi Omega I. 2, 3, 4, President 3; Circle K 3, 4; Tennis 3; EC Playhouse 1; Band 1; Men's Judiciary 2; Class President 3; SGA President Summer 1955; Delegate N. C. Student As- sembly 3, 4; Delegate to National Student Congress 4; SGA President 4; l^ho's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Vn
DONALD HUGH SMITH, A.B. Roxboro
Business Administration College Band 1. 2; College Choir 1, 2; BSU Couricil 2; FBLA 4.
ELEANOR RUTH SMITH. A.B. Angier
Social Studies and Weljare Campbell College 1, 2; FTA 1, 2; YWCA 3; Tau Sigma 4.
KENNETH J. SMITH, JR., A.B. Raleigh
Chemistry Mathematics Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Veteran's Club 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4, President 4; SGA 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
ROBERT L. SMITH, JR., B.S.
Education and Social Studies
SHIRLEE MORTON SMITH, B.S. Jacksonville
Art, English and Social Studies Co-Editor BUCCANEER 4, Associate Editor 3; NSYA Delegate to New York 3; Art Club 4; SGA 4, Executive Council 4, Publi- cations Board 4, Dean's Advisory Council 4; Oklahoma 3; Camp- bell College 1, 2.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, JR., A.B. Wilmington
Science and Science Wilmington College 1; EC Band 2, 3. 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 4; YDC 3. 4; Veteran's Club 3. 4.
PEGGY VAUSE SPENCE, A.B.
LINDO TERRY SPENCER, B.S.
Business Education Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 1.
WILLIAM R. SPENCER, A.B. Draper
Pre-Dental and Science Science Club 4.
WAYNE ALEXANDER SPROUSE, A.B.
Hopewell, Virginia Chemistry
BILLIE JOYCE SPRUILL, B.S. Aurora
Grammar Grade Education
FTA 4; ACE 4: (;anima Theta Upsilon 4.
PEGGY LOVE SPRUILL, B.S. Merritt
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Judiciary 1, 2; SG.\ 1; 1'r.sidcnt Gotten Hall 1; College Singers 1, 2, Marshal 3; Honiciomiiig Sponsor 3; Student Counselor 2.
REBECCA JANE STALLINGS, B.S. Louisburg
Physical Education and Science WRA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Aquanymyhs 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; YWCA 1, 2, 4; Aquatic Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; House Committee Gotten Hall 1; House Com- mittee Fleming Hall 3; Science Club 2, 3; SGA 4.
ELMA JACQUELYN STEPHENS, B.S. Raleigh
Grammar Grade Education WAA 1; Creative Writers' Club 2; Library Club 1, 2, 3; FTA 1, 2, 3; ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 2; EAST CAROLINIAN 1; IRC 2; Tau Sigma 3, 4; Jarvis House Committee 3; BSU 1, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3.
JOYCE ANN STEPHENSON, B.S. Goldsboro
Grammar Grade Education WRA 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3; FTA 3, Marshal 3; AGE 2.
DANIEL RICHARD STERN, B.S.
Two Rivers, Wisconsin
Social Studies and English Manitowoc Teacher's College 1; President Freshman Class MTC; Oshkosh State College, Oslikosh, Wisconsin 2.
BERMEY STEVENS, B.S. Tabor City
Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: YDG 1. 2, 3; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Club 3, 4.
JOYCE ELIZABETH STEWART, B.S.
Grammar Grade Education Campbell College 1, 2; FTA 1, 2.
PEGGY LOU STEWART, A.B.
Science and Science Golf Club 1, 2; WRA 1, 2; English Club 4; Science Club 4; EAST CAROLINIAN Circulation Manager 4.
BARBARA JEAN STOCKSTILL, B.S. Raleigh
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Sponsor 4; Camp- bell College 1, 2.
HAL VINCENT STOUT, B.S.
Physical Education and Social Studies Lees-McRae College 1, 2.
SHIRLEY YVONNE SUMMERS, B.S.
Primary Grade Education YWCA 1, 2, 3; FTA 2; WRA 1, 2, 3; ACE 3, 4, Marshal 3; May Court 3; Garrett Hall President 4; SGA 4; Women's Judiciary 4; Women's Chorus 3.
BARBARA JEAN SUTTON, B.S.
Business Education and English FBLA 2; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3.
FRANCES LORRAINE SUTTON, B.S.
Business Education FBLA 2, 3, 4, President 4; SGA 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; WRA 1, 2.
JOHN ROBERT SUTTON, A.B. Mount Olive
Geography and Social Studies Louisburg 1; YDC 3, 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 4.
OLLIE DELANEY SUTTON, B.S. La Grange
Primary Grade Education
KATHRYN LUCILLE SWAILS, B.S.
Primary Grade Education Transfer from Coker College, Hartsville, S. Fellowship; Women's Chorus.
Hamlet C; King Youth
EARL SWINSON, B.S. Rocky Point
Business Education and Social Studies
THELMA SHORE SWINSON, B.S. Warsaw
Grammar Grade Education FTA 1, 2; Social Committee 2; ACE 1; Tau Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3; Annual Staff 3; House Committee 1.
BETTY ROSE TART, B.S. Newton Grove
Grammar Grade Education
JESSE FRANKLIN TART, B.S. Out
Business Education and Social Studies Campbell College 1; Elon College 2; KBLA 3, 4; Veterar Club 3, 4.
MARY GREY TART, B.S. Clarktc
Business Education Pi Omega Pi 3. 4.
CALLIE GLORIA TAYLOR, B.S.
Grammar Grade Education FTA 2; YWCA 1.
ERNEST W. TAYLOR, A.B.
Business and Social Studies
GARY W. TAYLOR, B.S. Magnolia
Physical Education and Science
JETER P. TAYLOR, JR., B.S. Trenton
Physical Education and Science Baseball 1; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; PE Club 3, 4.
NANCY CATHERINE TAYLOR, B.S. Como
Business Education Chowan College 1, 2; FBLA Club 4.
ROBERT STICKNEY TAYLOR, JR., B.S. Semora
Business Education and History Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Pirate 4; FBLA 1.
WILEY B. TEAL, JR., B.S. Wadesboro
Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3. 4, Vice President 4; EAST CAROLINIAN Staff 1; East Carolina Playhouse 3, 4; Men's Judiciary 3; YMCA 1, 2: FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4: SGA 3, 4, Election Committee Chairman 4; If^ho's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
JOS. MELTON TERRY, B.S. Williamston
Business Education and Social Studies
Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.
MICHAEL CHRIS THEMIDES, B.S. Norfolk, Va.
Physical Education and Social Studies ECAHPER 3, 4, President 4; SGA 4; Proctor 4; Transfer from William and Marj-VPI.
JAMES EARL THIGPEN, B.S. Mount Olive
Music (voice) and Piano Men-s Glee Club 1; College Singers 1, 2; College Choir 1, 2, 3. 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Music Education Club 1, 2. 3, 4.
BENJAMIN WILLIAM THOMAS, JR. Kinston
Social Studies and Welfare
DONALD H. THOMPSON, B.S. Deep Ri
Business Education and Social Studies Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.
HARRIETTE ANN THORNTON, B.S. Clinton
Primary Grade Education FTA 2, 3; ACE 2, 3.
MARY ANN TILDEN, B.S. Wilmington
Grammar Grade Education Wilmington College 1, 2; ACE 3, 4; BSU 3, 4; Garrett Hall Social Chairman.
DORIS CAROLYN TROUTMAN, B.S.
Business Education Pi Omega Pi 3, 4.
HAROLD CURTIS TROXLER, B.S.
Social Studies and Social Welfare Elon College 1; Veteran's Club 2, 3, 4.
ANN AHRENS TUCKER, B.S. Monroe
Primary Grade Education Marshal 4; ACE 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; Sophomore Counselor; IRC 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3.
BARBARA CAROLINE TUCKER, B.S. Magnolia
Elementary Grade Education FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Miss Future Teacher of America; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Gotten Hall Homecoming Sponsor 1; ACE; BSU; SGA 3; Student Counselor 2; YWCA; Woman's Chorus 1, 2; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Vn'
BETTY SMITH TURNER, B.S. Pink Hill
Home Economics WRA 1; VWCA 2; YDC 4; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; i'hi Omicroii 3, 4.
BARBARA DIKON TYSON, B.S. Greenville
Hrimarv Grade Eilucalion
WILLIAM OLAI UNDERSETH, B.S. Swansboro
Business Education and Social Studies
GILLIAM WILSON UNDERWOOD, B.S. Clayton
Physical Education and Science Tennis Team 2, 3; BSU 2, 3, 4.
MARIE G. VINES, B.S. Arlington, Va.
Phjisicat Education and Social Studies East Carolina Playhouse 1, 2; BUCCANEER Staff 2, 3; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; PE Club 3, 4; Aquanymphs 3, 4.
ROY THOMAS WAGGONER, B.S. Birmingham, Ala.
Physical Education and Social Studies
NANCY JANE HARPER VICK, B.S. Greenville
Library Science and Spanish Westminster Fellowship; Sigma Pi Alpha; Library Club; Science Club; Library Assistant.
DONALD EMIL VICKSTROM, B.S. Cairo, Nebraska
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Alpha Delta Tau 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Luthern Students Association 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Veteran's Club; SGA Dean's Advisory Council.
WILMER DUNN WALKER, JR., B.S. Plymouth
Physical Education and Social Studies English Club 2; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Social Chairman 4; Phi Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Social Chairman 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Varsity Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; ROTC 1, 2; Baseball 2.
EDMOND OTIS WALL, B.S.
Business Education and Social Studie
JOE REX WALLACE, B.S. Smithfield
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Aquatic Club 3, 4.
HELEN BROWN WALTER, B.S. Salisbury
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2; FTA 2- BSU 1, 2, 3.
BETTY JANE WALTERS, B.S. Efland
Primary Grade Education
JAMES KULIN WALTON, B.S. Lexington
Physical Education and English YMCA 2, 3, 4; BUCCANEER Staff 2, 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3; Cheerleader 1; English Club 3, 4; Creative Writers' Club 3, 4; Health, PE, and Recreation Association 3, 4, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4; East Carolina Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1. 3.
LARRY GRAHAM WAYNE, A.B. New Bern
JOHN PHILIP WELD, B.S. Charlotte
Social Studies and English
JAMES HARVEY WARD, JR., B.S.
Social Studies and Welfare Veteran's Club 2, 3, 4; YDC 2, 3, 4.
JO ANN WARREN, B.S. Robersonville
Science WAA 1. 2, 3; YDC 3; YWCA 2, 3; Wilson Hall House Council 2; Science Club 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4.
THOMAS LEARNED WELLS, B.S. Wallace
Social Studies and English East Carolina Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 3, 4; Veteran's Club 1, 2; Summer School SGA 4.
ELEANOR JOYCE WEST, B.S. Wilmington
Primary Grade Education YWCA 1; FTA 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Woman's Judiciary 4.
VIVIAN ANNE WETHERINGTON, B.S.
Primary Grade Education FTA; YWCA; Woman's Chorus.
ALTON W. WHALEY, JR., B.S.
Business Education and Social Sludii FBLA 3; Alpha Pi Omega 3,4.
WILLIAM GRANDY WHALEY, JR., A.B.
Social Studies and English
ERNEST L. WHITE, JR., B.S. Edenton
Business Education and Social Studies
EUGENIA WHITE, B.S. Sanford
Home Economics Queens College 1, 2; Home Economics Club 3, 4; YWCA 4.
JUDSON WARREN WHITEHURST, B.S. Stokes
Business Education and Social Studies Alpha Pi Omega 3, 4.
EDNA FRANCES WHITFIELD, B.S. Snow Hill
Primary Grade Education EAST CAROLINIAN 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 2; ACE 4.
NANCY CASEY WHITLEY, B.S. Smithfield
Home Economics YWCA 1, 2. 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Wesley Foundation Council 3; Woman's Chorus 1, 2, 3; Messiah 2, 3.
CARL WILKINS, A.B. Lumberton
Business Education, and Social Studies Louisburg College 1; Delta Zeta Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Veteran's Club 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT STEPHEN WILKINS, B.S. Woodsdaie
Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi 2. 3. 4; Veteran's Club.
CHARLES STUART WILLIAMS. B.S. Greenville
Business Education and Social Studies Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Treasurer Men's Day Students 3; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4.
MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS, B.S. Hookerton
Business Education and English FBLA 3; FTA 1. 2; EAST CAROLINIAN 1, 2, 3. 4, Business Manager 3, 4.
PEGGY ROSE WILLIAMS. B.S. Winterville
Business Education and Social Studies FBLA I. 2, 3, 4; .Student Counselor.
FRANCES CAROLYN WILLIAMSON, B.S. Chadbourn
Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 2; House Committee 2.
NORA LEE WILLIS, B.S. Boydton, Va.
Art and Social Studies Art Club President; Secretary of Wilson Dormitory; Playhouse member; EAST CAROLINIAN Photographer; SGA Productions
ANN ROSE WILSON.
Primary Grade Education FTA 1, 2; ACE 3.
LARRY VAN BUREN WILSON, B.S. Weldon
Physical Education and Social Studies
JACK LINWOOD WINDLEY, JR., A.B. New Holland
Social Studies and Geography Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3. 4; YDC 4.
FRED JOHNSON WOOD, B.S. Fayetteville
Physical Education and Social Studies
BERTHA MAE WOODCOCK, B.S. Atkinson
English and Social Studies English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 1, Treasurer 2, President 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2; FTA 1; Student Counselor 2; EC Playhouse 2, 3, 4; SGA 3.
MARJOHIK NEAL WHIGFIT. B.S. Halifax
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3; BUCCANEER
KENNETH RAYNOR WYNNE, JR., B.S.
Norfolk, Virginia Grammar Grade Education Gamma Theta Updlon 2, 3; ACE 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1; FTA 2, 3; President, Summer School 56, Treasurer 3; Band 1; IKC 1, 2.
LINDA LOU YORK, B.S. Staley
Primary Grade Education Campbell College 1. 2; FTA 3, 4.
PEGGY ANN YORK. B.S. Asheboro
Grammar Grade Education
This is the day that all college students look forward to.
Initiation is always very interesting
Beauty and the dog.
They just love to ride together
Members of the B. S. A.
One usually gets it all
They've got the spirit
Scrub em gal
Sitting on top of the world
Life in Umstead
Looking through the bushes
Eat, drink and be merry
It just ain't my style!
Yea, he's got the kidney colic.
Legs, Legs, Legs!
Queen of the May Court
It ain't funny to me
Ain't she sweet
Man, he's sick
Life in Garrett
Football and Music.
Relax, take it easy.
Chow in Ptomaine Hall
Satisfaction in Religious Activities
Winding the Maypole.
Visiting "Mr. N's House.
Aren't the initiates cute.
They know how it's done
A visit to the men's room
Junior Class Officers
Seated: William T. Gartman, Jr., Vice President; Barbara Anne Whitehurst, Secretary; Lillian Griffin, Treasurer; Freddie James, President. Elizabeth Judge, S.G.A. Representative, is not pictured.
JOSEPH WILLIAM ALDRIDGE, JR. Kinston
LESTER ELBERT ALFORD Whitakers
PATRICIA S. ALSTON Warrenton
SARAH CATHERINE AMAN Jacksonville
TANYA VONE ANDERSON Fountain
JOHN CLEVELAND ANDREWS. JR. Ayden
RICHARD BRYANT ANTHONY Walstonburg
WILLIAM CLARK ARMSTRONG Wallace
WILLIAM VANCE ARNOLD Greenville
BARBARA ANN ATKINS Littleton
JOILET AUTRY Falcon
GEORGE VERNON BAGLEY Hobbsville
E. W. BAKER Elizabeth City
GENE P. BAKER Greenville
REBECCA McDonald Baker Carthage
ROBERT OSBERN BALLANCE Manteo
KRIKOR (GREG) BARAGHIMIAN Bagdad, Iraq
KENNETH ALAN BARLOW Hollister
ALLIE MAE BARNES Coats
DAVE LOUIS BARNES Rocky Mount
STEPHEN WORTH BARNHARDT Delco
NORMA JOSEPHINE BARNHILL Greenville
JOHN EDWIN BASS Newton Grove
DERYL LEE BATEMAN Durham
CHRANSON BEAM Lincolnton
JESSE VAUSE BEAMON Wendell
JIMMY C. BISHOP Garner
MARYLYN OLIVE BESTEDT Greenville
JIMMY C. BISHOP Cramerton
HAL ONDRA BLACK Waro
IMOGENE BLAND Gaffney, S. C.
BARBARA JEAN BLANTON Teachey
AUGUST FOSTER BORDEAUX New Bern
JAMES JARMAN BOWDEN, III Keanansville
JENE R. BOWEN Southern Pines
BILL MARSHAL BOYD, JR. Portsmouth Va.
DANELL MILTON BOYD Rocky Mount
ROBERT H. BRANCH Greenville
HAROLD JUDSON BRILEY Grimesland
SYLVIA ANNE BRITT
JERRY THOMAS BROOKS Rockingham
GRACE DAWN BROOME Washington
BETTY LOU BROWN Washington
GARLAND LEE BROWN Magnolia
PEGGY ANN BROWN Colerain
WARREN MELTON BROWNING Washington
DORIS ROSE BRYAN Vanceboro
CLIFTON RUSSELL BUCK Portsmouth, Va.
DOROTHY FAY BULLARD Rockingham
PEGGY ANNE BULLOCK Lumberton
RUTH JEAN BURCHETTE Fuquay Varina
MARGARET KING BURDEN Windsor
BERTRAM MURPHY BURRISS, JR. Southport
MARY WILLIS CAIN White Oak
BETTY PEARL CALHOUN Fayetteville
MAX FRANKLIN CAMERON Sanford
MAYOLA BORDEN CAMPEN Ayden
ANNETTE CAPPS Spring Lake
CARRIE YVONNE CARTWRIGHT Elizabeth City
GLENDA RAE CASE Roanoke Rapids
SYNDA CAROLINE CASH Winston-Salem
ANDREW W. CAUDILL Tarboro
SANFORD PAUL CAYTON Edenton
HAZEL L. CHAPPELL Edenton
JACK CHERRY Washington
CALVIN WAITE CHESSON Williamston
CAROL ELAINE CHESSON Roper
WILLIAM LEROY CHURN Goldsboro
BETSY ANNE CLARK Oxford
JIMMY WILTON CLARK Sanford
BRYAN D. COATS Benson
JAMES RICHARD CONDOR Hamlet
BOBBY DEAN CONWAY Greenville
MARGARET FRANCES CONYERS Tarboro
HERBERT S. COREY Greenville
MARGARET ANN COVINGTON Lumber Bridge
HARLES DOUGLAS COX Tabor City
WILLIAM KENNETH CROCKER Smithfield
ROSE I. CUDE Greensboro
MELVIN GRAY CUNNINGHAM Walstonburg
BETTY JEAN DANIELS Kinston
IDA ROSE DANIELS Colerain
PATRICIA RUTH DANIELS Beaufort
BOBBY G. DARDEN Goldsboro
ELLEN CHRISTINE DAUGHTRY Faison
JAMES ALEX DAUGHETY Kinston
ANNIE MAE DAUGHTRY Conway
GERALDINE MAE DAVENPORT CRESWELL
STEPHEN EVERETT DAVENPORT Roanoke Rapids
CAR0LYN J. DAVIS Severn
CHARLES RAY DAVIS Belhaven
LEWIS DOUGLAS DAVIS Davis
FRANCES LEE DAWSON Dunn
JOHN THOMAS DAWSON Greenville
MARY MILLISENE DEANS Wilson
PAUL R. DE LACRUZ Portsmouth, Va.
LETTY BRIDGES DELOATCH Conway
EDWIN ARNOLD DENNIS Durham
MARY OAKLEY DILDA Burlington
KATHERINE IDA DISMUKE Burlington
WILLIAM C. DIXON, JR. Kinston
SALLEY DONOVAN Springfield, Mass
FURMAN RAY DOTY Winston Salem
MARY LOIS DUKE Potecasi
MARY WOODING DUNCAN Roxboro
PATRICIA C. DUNN Raleigh
RUTH JOAN EASON Hookerton
WILLIAM THOMAS EDISON Jacksonville
JANE CAROLYN EDWARDS Chocowinity
MEREDITH L. EDWARDS Belhaven
CHARLES EVERETT ELGIN Leesburg, Va.
LARRY DEAN ELMORE Deep Run
JOHN D. EPPERSON New Bern
JANICE GREENE ETHRIDGE Nashville
BILLIE FAYE EVANS Parkersburg
LETHA JO EVANS Jonesville
MAURICE EDWARD EVERETT Robersonville
ROBERT L. EVERETT Robersonville
FRANK F. FAGAN Rocky Mount
BARBARA ANN FAIRCLOTH Salemburg
MARGARET ANNE FAULKNER Ayden
WALTER E. FAULKNER Benson
WILLIAM THOMAS FELTON New Bern
JAMES LLOYD FISH Apex
BARBARA JANET FISHER Fayetville
MARY JO FLEMING Grimesland
MAURICE FRANKLIN FLEMING Stokes
ROBERT T. FLEMING Morganton
M. JANET FLETCHER Elizabeth City
ROBERT EARL FLYE Greenville
MARY TRVESDALE FLYNN Clinton
MARCIA DEAN FORBES Farmville
EDNA DOLORES FORD Bethel
ELBERT JULIAN FORD Fairmont
HAZEL EARLE FOREMAN Durham
DOROTHY GIBSON FRAZIER Fremont
BETTY MAE FREEMAN Corinth Holder
PENELOPE MYERS FREEMAN Ahoskie
SUZANNE M. FRETZ Graham
WILLIAM THEODORE GARTMAN, JR. Portsmouth, Va.
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REBECCA DEAN GAYLORD Roper
JAMES LEE GEARHART Hubert
MARGARET JOSEPHINE GEDDIE Rocky Mount
JAMES WALTER GEROCK Maysville
VIVIAN DALE GIBSON Greensboro
MARGARET ELIZABETH GILBERT Kinston
MAVIS Y. GILCHRIST Roseboro
WALLACE LEE GILES Raleigh
DANIEL RONALD GODFREY Lynnhaven, Va.
BOOTEN FILANDER GOODALL Bethel
HELEN M. GOODEN Elizabethtown
ELDEREE GORE Nakina
JANICE LEE GRAY Rocky Mount
CHARLES LAVERNE gREENE Farmville
BETTY LOU GRIFFIN Williamston
J. COMER GRIFFIN Williamston
LILLIAN C. GRIFFIN Louisburg
PEGGY ANN GRIFFIN Columbia
ANN ROSS GUNN Hopewell, Va.
EMILY ANN GUNTER Lumberton
JOSEPH TERNON GURGANUS, JR. Washington
HELEN ANNETTE GURLEY Goldsboro
RAYMOND G. GURLEY Goldsboro
PHYLLIS HADDOCK Ayden
SAMUEL EUGENE HADDOCK Greenvillle
JOSEPH ALTON HAISLIP, JR. Hassell
JAMES MARION HALES, JR. Greenville
MADLINE HALL Watha
MATHEW HALL, JR. Fredericksburg, Va.
TREVA HALL Autryville
JOSH HAM JR. Grimesland
MILDRED CAROL HAMILTON Atlantic
FRANK McRAY HANCOCK Scotland Neck
RUBY LUCILLE HANDLEY Goldsboro
JEAN CAROL HARGETT New Bern
PAT BUDD HARMON Buies Creek
JAMES R. HARPER Enfield
ANNIE JANE HARRIS
ANNIE JEANETTE HARRIS Kinston
BARBARA COLLEEN HARRIS Beaufort
JOSEPH FRANKLIN HARRIS Oriental
MARY SUE HARRIS Belhaven
SADIE LOUISE HARRIS Havelock
WILMA ALEASE HARRIS Roanoke Rapids
ROBERT GAYLORD HARRISON, III Williamston
PEGGY GRIFFIN HARVIN Woodland
HENRY BRIAN HATHAWAY Tarboro
M. BETH HAWES Watha
CATHRYN IRENE HAY Spencer
DIXIE LEE HEDGPETH Bunnlevel
JAMES CURTIS HENDRIX Greenville
THOMAS HOWARD HENNESSEE Morganton
GLADYS FRANCES HENRIES Lowland
JOSEPH DOCK HENRY New Bern
JANICE LOUISE HEPLER Greensboro
SELMA BRYAN HERRING Tarboro
PATRICIA AGNES HESTER Hurdle Mills
BILLIE JUNE HEWETT Ash
VIVIAN ELOISE HEWETT Wilmington
FERNE LORRAINE HIGHSMITH Nurnberg
JANICE LOUISE HILBURN Council
JANET MARIE HILL Elizabeth City
WILTON M. HILL Kinston
CARL RAYFORD HINSON walstonburg
A. C. HINTON, JR. Nashville
JAMES EUGENE HODGES Washington
JOSEPH MCNEIL HOFFMAN Maysville
BERNICE LEORA HOLLAND Stella
MARY G. HOLLAND Greensboro
JOSEPH THURMAN HOLT Apex
RONALD NORTON HOOD Southport
WILLIAM DONALD HOWELL Princeton
ANN CAROL HUGHES Pollocksville
CLAUDE THOMAS HULL Durham
JOHN CURTIS HUMPHREY Lumberton
ROBERT LEONARD HUNT Stantonsburg
SHIRLEY HUNT Louisburg
ESTHER MARIE INGLE Arapahoe
HAROLD D. INGRAM Lilesville
MARY ANN ISLES Littleton
DOROTHY ANNE JACKSON Greenville
LAWSON A. JACKSON Henderson
NANCY LOUISE JACKSON Winterville
PHYLLIS ANNETTE JACKSON Grifton
SAMUEL ERNEST JACKSON Spring Hope
A. CECIL JAMES Manning, S. C.
DOTTIE JO JAMES Wilmington
FREDRICK CHARLES JAMES Portsmouth, Va.
COUNCIL TRAVIS JARMAN Kinston
DELORIS IRENE JOHNSON Elizabeth City
JAMES E. JOHNSON JR. Tryon
PATRICIA ANN JOHNSON Charlotte
MARTHA MURDOCK JOHNSTON Charlotte
ROBERT J. JOHNSTON Draper
CARROLL DEAN JONES Neuse
EDWIN B. JONES Walstonburg
EVERETT LINDSAY JONES Albemarle
JESSE BRANCH JONES Ayden
JO ANN JONES Zebulon
PATRICIA JONES Farmville
RALPH DONALD JONES Stantonsburg
ROBERT L. JONES Raleigh
SYLVIA ANN JONES Kinston
TOMMY LEON JONES Raleigh
WILLIAM O. JORDAN Raleigh
RAY EVANS JOYNER Nashville
ELIZABETH LAMB JUDGE Wallace
WILLIAM HENRY KENT Tarboro
LESLIE A. KING Jacksonville
DAVID MALCOLM KINLAW Albuquerque, N. M.
THOMAS LEWIS KIRKMAN Jamesville
GEORGE WASHINGTON KNIGHT, JR. Rocky Mount
JACK B. KOEBBERLING Lenoir
BARBARA ANN LANCASTER Castalia
DORIS ANNETTE LANCASTER Goldsboro
MAC LANCASTER Greenville
IRA THURMAN LAND High Point
THOMAS E. LAND High Point
LAWRENCE EDWIN LANE Stantonsburg
THOMAS HUBERT LANE, JR. Stantonsburg
HAROLD IRVING LANGDON Smithfield
CHARLIE BRAXTON LANGDON Smithfield
JOHN WILLIAM LATTA, JR. Mebane
FREIDA LEDBETTER Burlington
JOHN WILLIAM LEE New Bern
DONALD YATES LEGGETT Buies Creek
PATSY RUTH LEGGETT Scotland Neck
WILLIAM TERRY LESTER Raeford
CHARLES B. LEWIS Richlands
MILDRED ANN LEWIS Hertford
ROBERT CONRAD LEWIS, JR. Greensboro
VERNON MONROE LEWIS Marshallberg
ROBERT WILKINS LINDSAY Newton Grove
PAUL RUDOLPH LINDSEY Rocky Mount
H. RICHARD LITTLE Delaware Water Gap, Penn.
PATRICIA LOCKAMY Kinston
FRANCES JEANETTE LONG Longwood
CHARLES RENFROW LOVE Lucama
THOMAS WELDON LUCAS Roseboro
BILLY ALVIN McADAMS Greenville
MARTHA JOANN McCORMIC St. Pauls
GERALDINE McDANIEL Fayetvillle
JACKIE McDANIEL Fayetvillle
JOYYCE ELIZABETH McGOWEN Willard
FRANGES FOLK McGUFFIN Raleigh
VERNON LEE McLEAN Lumberton
HARRELL E. MABE Prospect Hill
JAMES CHARLES MADISON Jonesville
MILTON THOMAS MANN Sanford
GUS MIKE MANOS Fayetville
JULIUS CARLTON MARTIN Robersonville
JOSEPH V. MASON Atlantic
CAROLYN FAYE MASSENGILL Smithfield
JOHN THOMAS MASSEY Princeton
JIMMY MATTHEWS Castalia
ZILPHIA COMOLIA MAY Hookerton
ROBERT TILLMAN MAYNARD Cary
NURTIA ALICE MAYO Greenville
EMMETT COLEMAN MERRICKS, JR. Reidsville
ELIZABETH GREY MERRITT Clinton
JOHN A. MESSICK Greenville
EARL LELAND MILLER Wilmington
GRACE L. MILLER Farmville
JUNE CAROL MILLER Kannapolis
MARTHA JEAN MILLICAN Roxboro
KENDALL DREW MILLS Tabor City
LOUIS GERALD MILLS Maysville
NICKIE ELIZABETH MILLS Greenville
NORMAN STALEY MILLS Apex
ARMINTA MINSHEW Goldsboro
GEORGE R. MINSHEW Greenville
JUANITA MINSHEW Goldsboro
THOMAS F. MIXON Winston-Salem
DOROTHY LILLIAN MIZELLE Windsor
S. JOYCE MIZELLE Jamesville
BETTY HELEN MOBLEY Williamston
RICHARD S. MONDS Dunn
EDWARD P. MONROE JR. Woodbridge, Va.
WILLARD MOODY Deep Run
DORIS JEAN MOORE Burlington
FRANCES MOORE Greenville
HOWARD E. MOORE Dunn
WALTER WALKER MOORE Beaufort
JAMES CLAUDIS MORRIS Rocky Mount
EMILY MARIAN MORRISON Laurel Hill
EMILY JO MOSLEY Rocky Mount
CHARLEY HARLON MOSLEY Rocky Mount
VAN GILBERT MOZINGO Farmville
ROBERT GLENN MULDER, JR. Conway
PATRICIA ANN MUMFORD Grifton
SARAH ADAMS MURPHY China Grove
RACHEL MUSSELWHITE Lumberton
PHIENA ELIZABETH NANCE Chadbourn
AUDREY FAYE NEAL Belews Creek
MARY NEALE Wilmington
JOHN A. NEILSON Apex
HOWARD WADE NIXON Manteo
FRANCIS WHITFIELD OAKES JR. Greenville
BARBARA SUE OLDHAM Sanford
SALLY ANN OTTAWAY Wilmington
JAMES RAY OVERTON Winterville
FRANCES WYNN OWEN Angier
ALFRED EZRA PAGE, JR. Fairmont
VIOLETTE FRANCES PARHAM Oxford
CONETOE PAIGE PARKER Kinston
JOHN RANDOLPH PARKER, JR. Kinston
NELLIE FAYE PARKER Albertson
JAMES EDMOND PARKIN Beaufort
RICHARD M. PATCH Greenville
TROY W. PATE, JR. Goldsboro
ROBERT ALEXANDER PATTERSON Rocky Mount
MARY ANN PAYNE Engelhard
ELIZABETH FAYE PEARCE Zebulon
ROBERT H. PEARSALL Snow Hill
KATY ANN PEELE Aulander
CONSTANCE ELAINE PEGRAM Rocky Mount
EVELYN B. PENNEY Beulaville
JAMES EDWIN PHELPS. JR. Greenville
BETTY GEORGE PHILLIPS Warsaw
ELEANOR LAURA PIERCE Mt. Gilead
KATHRYN RAPER PITTMAN Greenville
LINWOOD DARRYL PITTMAN Rocky Mount
JAMES ARTHUR PIVER JR. Greenville
ANN E. PLEASANTS Angier
HELEN ROSE PRESSLEY Carthage
GRADY M. PREVETTE Ringgold , Va.
DENNIS RAY PRICE Faison
GAYRA LUCILLE PRICE
MARGIE ELLEN PRICE Selma
NORMAN ERNEST PRIDGEN Jr. Wilson
RODGER ELBERT PRITCHARD Ahoskie
VOIGHT VERNE PRITCHARD Kelford
HERBERT FRANCIS PRYTHERCH Beaufort
LEONARD THURSTON PULLEY Pleasant Hill
JOAN RAMSEUR Winnabow
PAUL H. RASBERRY Greenville
ROBERT ALLEN RAYNOR Kenly
ISAAC EPPS READY JR. Roanoke Rapids
QUIDA LEE REAVES Hamlet
BUCKY REEP Morganton
JANETTE CLARE REGAN Oxford
HARMON ELLIS REGISTER, JR.
S. PATRICIA REYNOLDS Wilmington
CARL WILLIAM RHODES Bedford, Ohio
GEORGE H. RHODES New Bern
M. MALCOLM RHODES Jacksonville
STACY V. RHODES Richlands
ELIZABETH DEAN RICHARDSON Wendell
DON L. RICKETTS Portsmouth. Va.
RICHARD ELMO RIDDICK Hobbsville
SUE ELLEN RIDDLE Plymouth
THELMA CAROLE ROBBINS Greeenville
RAYMOND A. ROBERTSON JR. Williamston
BILL RAY ROBINETTE Kannapolis
ROBERT EVERETTE ROEBUCK Farmville
HAROLD SUGGS ROGERS Clarkton
NANCY LOUISE ROGERS Wilson
RUBY BLAIR ROPER Hampton, Va.
ALTON GLENN ROSS Greenville
JANET MARIE ROSS Greenville
AL CADER ROUGHTON Elizabeth City
DORINE ROUSE Seven Springs
LOU ANN ROUSE Kinston
ALMA JEAN ROWLAND Raleigh
H. HAROLD RUFFIN Ahoskie
ROBERTA ANN RUSHER Wilmington
CHARLES EUGENE RUSSELL Carthage
RALPH SALEEBY Wilson
BRYAN JEROME SALTER Atlantic
EDWIN BAXTER SAVAGE Rocky Mount
LINDSAY STUART SAVAGE Greenville
PEGGY LAVERNE SAVAGE Williamston
ARLENE MARGARET SCHWAB Portsmouth, Va.
JAMES HAROLD SCOTT NEW Bern
NANCY LOUISE SCOTT Pollocksville
ROBERT WILSON SESSOMS Lumberton
MARY ELIZABETH SEXTON Tarboro
WILLIAM MONROE SEXTON Rocky Mount
JOHN W. SHAW Raleigh
LINDA JOYCE SHAW Durham
MILTON BRUCE SHELLEY Mullins, S. C.
JAMES F. SHINE JR. Rocky Mount
ROYCE GORDON SHINGLETON Stantonsburg
RALPH BAXTER SHUMAKER, JR. Greer, S. C.
ROY BAILEY SHUTT Cycle
NORMA JEAN SILER Siler City
PATRICIA LEE SIMONDS New Bern
GAYLE ARDEN SIMPSON Burlington
JONNIE RYAN SIMPSON Greenville
PAUL LESTER SINGLETON Plymouth
CHARLES M. SIOUSSAT Elizabeth City
JAMES BLOUNT SLACK Pinetown
MATTIE JEAN SLAUGHTER Blanch
LIBBY LEONA SMALL Edenton
DWIGHT LEWIS SMITH Fuquay Varina
ELAINE SMITH Deep Run
JAMES A. SMITH Morehead City
JAMES ENOCH SMITH,III Washington
JANE ANDREWS SMITH Mt. Olive
MARIAN GRAY SMITH Deep Run
ROBERT BROOKS SMITH Elizabethtown
ROBERT THOMAS SMITH Winton
RUBE WADDELL SOLOMON Goldsboro
NANCY HAYDEN SPAIN Manson
JO ANN SPARKS Ahoskie
WILLIAM PAYNE SPEIGHT Roanoke Rapids
ANN BLY SPELLER Windsor
JOSEPHINE LOUISE SPENCER Bayboro
MARGARET FAYE SPIVEY Rabor City
OPAL HACKLER STARLING Elizabeth City
WALTER JOSEPH STELL, III Greenville
MILDRED JANE STEPHENS Whiteville
ELEANOR ANN STEPHENSON Garrysburg
JERRY L. STEWART D
CHARLOTTE GRACE STRICKLAND Smithfield
THELMA STRICKLAND Cerro Gordo
BARBARA ANN SUGG Snow Hill
BETTY JO SUMRELL Ayden
JUNIUS BOYETTE SURLES Greenville
RITA KATHRYN SURLES Angier
GENE M. SUTTON Greenville
LOIS KATHRYN SYKES Wallace
RONALD GRAY SYKES Nashville
BARBARA ANN TAYLOR Nashville
WILBUR MURLE TEACHEY Wilmington
MARTHA E. TEMPLE Zebulon
ROBERT STEVEN TERRY Rockingham
SUZANNE JENKINS TERRY Rockingham
BARBARA L. TEW Haw River
HELEN JEAN TEW Rosevoro
JEAN CAROLYN THARRINGTON Rocky Mount
FRANKLIN JAMES THOMAS Carthage
JACK GARNER THOMAS Sanford
NINA THOMPSON Pembroke
OLIVIA STEED THOMPSON Richlands
MARJORIE ANN TINGEN Apex
CLIFTON LEO TOLER, JR. Washington
MARIA OWENS TOLER Washington
RUTH LOIS TOLER Grimesland
RUTH TURNAGE Black Creek
KARL E. TURNER Greenville
MARGARET ELLEN TUTON
ROY JENNINGS TYSON Godwin
MARTHA ELIZABETH UNDERHILL Selma
PHEREBA ELIZABETH UZZLE Wilson's Mills
WILFRED HALE VANCE Raleigh
WILLIAM NATHAN VESTA JR. Bonlee
JESSE WILLIAM VICK Conway
JOYCE ELIZABETH VINSON Swansboro
GEORGE EDWARD VIOLA Kannapolis
IRMA WALKER Gibsonville
RAEFORD W. WALKER Leaksville
RAENORD BILLY WALKER Leaksville
JOSEPH LEONARD WALLACE, JR.Wallace
EVELYN HARPER WALSTON Snow Hill
M. PATRICIA WALTERS Pine Level
BENJAMIN LEE WARD, JR. Battleoro
JIM R. WARNER, JR. Washington
WALTER A. WARREN Hampstead
W. BENNIE WATERS, JR. Washington
WADE H. WATERS, JR. Washington
WILLIAM GORDON WEEKS Rocky Mount
KENNETH RAND WEST Wilson
RICHARD DONALD WESTBROOK Mebane
DAVID E. WHEELER Halifax
HERRY M. WHEELER Walstonburg
HERBERT WALTON WHELESS Spring Hope
CHARLEY ALEXANDER WHITE Greenville
JAMES CARLTON WHITE LaGrange
BARBARA ANNE WHITEHURST Bethel
SHELBY DEAN WICKER Sanford
JESSE L. WIGGINS Richlands
JOSEPH HORACE WIGGINS Suffolk, Va.
DONN MANLEY WILES Burlington
ANNE DIXON WILKERSON Greenville
JACKIE WILKINS Lumberton
J. OLIVER WILLIAMS Rocky Mount
BETTY JEAN WILLIAMSON Evergreen
ISAAC K. WILLIAMSON Princeton
GERALD WORTH WILLIS Morehead City
BETSY T. WILLSON Roxboro
WILLIAM H. WILSON Mebane
BARBARA ELLA WINDLEY Pinetown
BETTY JO WINSTEAD Spring Hope
TERRENCE LEE WITHERINGTON Vanceboro
JIMMY LEROY WOODALL Selma
GLENN C. WOODARD Oriental
ROBERT THEODORE WOODLIEF Henderson
DAN KENNETH WOOTEN Greenville
LILLIAN CAROLYN WOOTEN Hookerton
PAT BROWN WOOTEN Chadbourn
WAYNE R. WORKMAN Mebane
ROGER G. WORTHINGTON Winterville
N.JOYCE WORSLEY ROBERSONVILLE
ELBERT C. YARBOROUGH Broadway
JO ANN YARBOROUGH Sanford
NAN AVERETTE YOUMANS Oxford
BOBBY R. YOUNG Garner
MONA JANE YOUNG Selma
PINKNEY BERYL YOUNG Washington
WILDA M. YOUNG Angier
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Entertainment at the pit.
Sophomore Class Officers
Seated: Diana Johnson, Secretary; Mary Lou Wyrick, SGA Representative; Janet Hodges, Treas
urer. Standing: Delano Driver, President; Don Graziano, Vice President.
MAMIE ABBOTT Kinston
CARLTON JAY ADAMS Greenville
CHARLES HENRY ADAMS St. Cary
WILLIAM C. ADAMS Faison
WILLIAM DALE ALDRIDGE Elkin
ROBERT W. ALFORD Tarboro
PATRICIA BUNN ALLMAN Zebulon
NORMAN WILLIAM ANDERSON Rockingham
EDWARD T. ANDREWS Robersonville
LILLIE MARGARET ANDREWS Williamston
MARVIN LEE ANDREWS Farmville
SHIRLEY S. ARMSTRONG Oriental
SARA M. ASBELL Tyner
SHELVA JEAN ASWELL Four Oaks
JACQUELINE D. ATKINS Sanford
CAROLYN AYCOCK Pantego
NATHANIEL T. AYDLETT Elizabeth City
GEORGIA E. BADGETT Mt. Airy
BEN LARRY BAKER Zebulon
JACKIE LEE BAKER Badin
PATSY ANN BAKER Greenville
CHARLES B. BALLANCE Greenville
JAMES E. BAREFOOT Dunn
ANN McADEN BARKER Semora
LYNN MORRIS BARNETT Alexandria, Va.
DORIS JEAN BARWICK Seven Springs
BARBARA ANN BATCHELOR Spring Hope
JAMES W. BATCHELOR Beulaville
LETITIA BATTS Chinquapin
GEORGE R. BAYNES Summerfield
SYLVIA MAE BEASLEY Raleigh
RALPH N. BECTON Goldsboro
AGNES BELL Rocky Mount
LACY M. BELL, JR. Currie
WILLIAM E. BELLAMY Rockingham
JOE STANLEY BENFIELD Newton
RICHARD ALLEN BENFIELD Newton
ANN GRISSOM BENTON Chadbourn
RICHARD JAMES BEVERLY Lewiston
CAROLYN E. BILBRO Washington
SHELBY JEAN BIZZELL Snow Hill
CARIETTA BLADES Elizabeth City
CHARLIE D. BLAND Kinston
VIRGINIA C. BLANFORD New Bern
JANET LYNN BLUE Carthage
IVEY A. BOLTON Warrenton
LEON D. BONNER Aurora
SANDRA JEAN BOONE Burlington
MARS KENNETH BOOTH Jacksonville
FLOYD C. BOWEN Belhaven
ELIZABETH ANN BOWMAN Liberty
HILDA SUE BOWMAN Germanton
JUDY STARR BOWMAN Graham
BARBARA J. BOYD Lenoir
DAVID C. BOYD, JR. Greenville
PURVIS E. BOYETTE Raleigh
ANNETTE T. BRADLEY Littleton
CAROLYN M. BRADLEY Fuquay Springs
PATRICIA BRADSHAW Kinston
ANN LOUISE BREWER Greenville
ELVIN RAY BREWER Greenville
BETTY F. BRIGGS Reidsville
BARBARA C. BRILEY Polkton
ALYCE RAE BRITT Fairmont
BARBARA ALLEN BRITT Goldsboro
DAVID W. BRITT
JANICE J. BRITT
ANNE P. BROOKS
DONALD LEE BROOKS
ROBERT H. BROOME, III
BETTY SUE BROTHERS
CECIL B. BROWN
EUGENE M. BROWN
LARRY K. BROWN
LAWRENCE A. BROWN
NANCY ALCOCK BROWN
SHIRLEY B. BUCHAN
CHARLES R. BUCK
RICHARD J. BUCKLEY
PATRICIA L. BUFFALOE
ALFRED B. BULLA, JR.
BARBARA JEAN BULLOCK
DAPHNE JEAN BUNN
ROY J. BUTNER
NANCY ANN CALDWELL
KATE M. CAMERON
RICHARD L. CANNON, JR.
SHELBA M. CANNON
LLOYD L. CARAWAN
RUBY E. CARAWAN
CAROLE ANN CARR
HARLAN B. CARRAWAY
MARY JANE CARROLL
BARBARA C. CARTER
ZELIA A. CHANDLER
JAMES D. CHERRY
P. LAVISA CHRIMSON
BETTY J. CHRISTOPHER
GWENDOLYN A. CLARK
HELEN JEAN CLARK
JAMES HORACE CLARK
KENNETH LEE CLARK
NANCY FLEMING CLAY
MARY ESTHER CLEEVE
EVA ANN COBURN
LINDA RUTH COBURN
LILLIAN C. COHEN
JOYCE ANN COLE
LESSIE LEE COLE Durham
DOROTHY JEAN COLLIER Clarkton
EUGENE THOMAS COLLIER Tabor City
LEON DICKSON COLLIER Portsmouth
MARY RUTH COMER Cameron
LOUISE SCOTT COOPER Graham
LYLE WILLIAM COOPER. JR. Durham
BENJAMIN C. CORBETT Spring Hope
CLARENCE RAY COTTLE Morehead City
ANN COUCH Bridgeton, N. J.
PAULA FRANCES COUNCIL St. Pauls
CONSTANCE DELAINE COVENEY Burlington
LORANDA GAIL COX Graham
WILLIAM STEELE COX Washington
EMILY THOMAS CRABTREE Durham
NELL BOWERS CRAVEN Leland
HENRY B. CREECH Greenville
JANICE NELL CREECH Pine Level
FRANCES G. CRISP China Grove
DAN R. CRITCHER Oxford
BARBARA JEAN CROTTS Lexington
DOROTHY VIOLA CULBERSON Siler City
BOB GORDON DANIELS Castalia
DIANNE DANIELS Atlantic
JOAN DANIELS Kinston
HAROLD DEAN DAVIS Sims
JACQUELINE ANNE DAVIS Rocky Mount
JOAN BELLE DAVIS Henderson
MARJORIE ANNE DAVIS Warsaw
NANCY M. DAVIS Asheville
SUSAN JOANNE DEICHMANN Durham
EDGAR MURRY DELAMAR Rocky Mount
ROBERT SCOTT DERRING Virginia Beach, Va.
BETTY JEAN DEVANE St. Pauls
MARY LOU DICKENS Littleton
LOUISE ANN DICKERSON Roxboro
S. IMOGENE DILDAY Ahoskie
DALLAS CRAWFORD DIXON Grantsboro
EVELYN STREET DIXON New Bern
DAVID ERNEST DOOLITTLE Rockingham
DEE ANN DORSETT Winston Salem
SALLY RAY DRAPER Weldon
DELANO A. DRIVER Richmond, Va.
GERALD STOVER DUFFIE South Boston, Va.
JANE MARSH DUKE Washington
JEAN FRANCES DUKE Washington
WILLADEAN DUNCAN Whiteville
GAYLE LILES DUNN Zebulon
JOHN B. DUNN Williamston
DONALD AUBREY DUNSON Durham
BETTY JO DUPREE Angier
JOYCE ANN DUPREE Smithfield
VICTORIA EBORN Bath
NANCY ANNE EDDINS Rockingham
ROBERT ALLEN EDGERTON Oriental
BETTY SUE EDWARDS Princeton
BETTY THOMAS EDWARDS Washington
BILLY EDWARDS Clarkton
CHARLOTTE ANN EDWARDS Smithfield
SARAH ANN EDWARDS Greensboro
PEGGY CATHERINE EFIRD Kinston
GLENNIE RUTH ELLIS Stamonsburg
ROBERT AUGUSTUS ELLWANGER Rockingham
MARJORIE MACON ESTES Raleigh
FRANCES ANN EUBANKS Raleigh
BARBARA HARRISON EVERETT Williamston
DONALD RICHARD EVERHART Winston-Salem THOMAS ARNOLD FARLOW Sanford
RONALD BRUCE FELTON Rocky Mount
WILLIAM DONALD FERGUSON Washington
PATRICIA ANN FERRELL Raleigh
PRESTON L. FIELDS Greenville
MARTHA SUE FLANAGAN Farmville
BETTY JEAN FLEMING Greenville
BOBBIE JEAN FLOWERS Four Oaks
LOU ELLEN FLOWERS Fremont
ALICE JOYCE FLYE Greenville
JAMES F. FORDHAM Kinston
ALMA RUTH FRANKLIN Raleigh
WILLARD L. FRANKLIN Rockingham
CAROLYN ANN FULCRUM Sims
THOMAS GAINER Panama City. Fla.
SHIRLEY ANN GALLIMORE Lexington
JACK JOHN GARCIA Greenville
SARA JANE GARDNER Goldsboro
BETTY LOU GAYLORD Pantego
CLARE H. GLENN Elizabethtown
MARGARET ALICE GLISSON Gates
JACOB W. GODWIN Stella
BETTY JEAN GOODHART Baltimore, Md.
HENRY HARPER GOODMAN Dover
JEAN LENNOX GORE Whiteville
DON RAY GRAZIANO Durham
CLINTON C. GRIFFIN Dover
JANET ALLEN GRISSOM Roanoke Rapids
LEWIS TAYLOR GURKIN Williamston
RHODA PAULINE GUTHRIE Morehead City
JOYCE GWALTNEY Dudley
CLYDE J. HADDOCK Vanceboro
MARTHA JANE HAMMOND New Bern
JOHN THORNTON HAMNER Rock Castle, Va.
EVELYN J. HARDEE Greenville
BILLIE C. HARDISON Walstonburg
FRANKLIN G. HARDISON Williamston
AMELIA ANN HARKER Pollocksville
MERCEDES HARMAN New Bern
RAMON ALPHONSO HARMON Ahoskie
JOSEPHINE A. HARPER Greenville
KENNETH WESTON HARPER Albertson
LARRY W. HARPER Albertson
ENNIS R. HARRELL Wallace
FAYETTE W. HARRELL Greenville
PEGGY JEAN HARRELL Ehrhardt, S. C.
ANGELA EMILIA HARRIS Greenville
CHARLES T. HARRIS Williamston
COY WARD HARRIS Carthage
FRANKLIN RAY HARRIS Forest City
GLENDA JOLLY HARRIS Lumberton
LACYE BAILEY HARRIS Neuse
TED O'NELL HARRISON Tarboro
CAROLINE ROSE HARVEY Littleton
DONALD RICHARD HASKINS Goldsboro
GERALD LEE HASTY Monroe
TERRY W. HAUSER Greensboro
JOY ANN HAYES Rocky Mount
PHILLIP CONRAD HAYNES Spray
JACKSON A. HENLEY Asheboro
ADRIAN D. HERRING Towson, Maryland
PATRICIA ANN HERRING Greenville
NANCY SUE HICKS Baltimore. Md.
NAT GRAY HILL Chocowinity
ROBBIE J. HINTON Kenly
ROBERT E. HINTZ Greenville
MERVIN HOBBY Durham
DRUID D. HOBGOOD, JR. Winterville
ZEB HOCUTT JR.
ELANE M. HODGES
JANET E. HODGES
MAXWELL D. HODGES JR.
CHARLES CONNIE HOFFMAN
WILLIAM H. HOLLEY
RANDELL E. HOLMES
JAMES RADFORD HOLTON
ALICE ANNE HORNE
GEORGE EARL HOWARD
JOHN ROBERT HOWELL
RACHEL R. HOWELL
ANN JACKSON HOWIE
HOWARD W. HUDNELL
JOHNNY P. HUDSON
ROBERT THOMAS HUDSON
HARRIET E. ICARD
CAROLYN R. JACKSON
JOSEPH RAY JACKSON
JOSEPH RAY JACKSON
ALTON RAY JAMES
CYNTHIA DUANE JAMES
ANDREW P. JARVIS JR.
JOHNNIE LOUISE JARVIS
LULA BELLE JENKINS
WILLIAM A. JENKINS
MARY BLANCH JESSUP
DIANA RUTH JOHNSON
ELEANOR JANE JOHNSON
FRANCES EARLE JOHNSON
HUNTER ANN JOHNSON
JENNY LIND JOHNSON
BILLY DANIEL JONES
HARRY GATES JONES
JEAN M. JONES
FRANCES JOY JORDAN
LESLIE RAY JORDAN
JESSE HERBERT JOYNER
NORMA MARIE JOYNER
CECIL PERRY JULIAN
BRUCE NELSON KANIPE
ARTEMIS C. KARES
Virginia Beach, Va.
MARY MAYNARD KEENE Four Oaks
ANN KATHRYN KELLY Micro
SYBIL ANN KELLY
MAVIS MARIE KENNEDY Mount Olive
PEGGY SUE KEPLEY High Point
KENNETH K. KILLEBREW Rocky Mount
BETTY KING Reidsville
MICHAEL EVANS KING Henderson
REBECCA GLENN KNIGHT Roxboro
THOMAS L. KNIGHT Madison
JAMES M. KNOX Bolivia
JAMES S. KOHLER Conshohocken. Pa.
PAULA RUTH KORNEGAY Wilmington
JANE ROBERTA LACKEY Hiddenite
JAMES V. LAMB Lumberton
CURTIS H. LANCASTER
CAMARIA ANNE LANE Siler City
DOROTHY ANNE LANGSTON Raleigh
ALLIE DORIS LANIER Chinquapin
JANE ELIZABETH LANSCHE New Bern
FRED DURWOOD LAYTON Edenton
TED MANNING LEE Cassat, S. C.
JOHANNA E. LEEUWENBURG Wilmington
PATSY J. LEONARD Louisburg
JOY LEE LEWIS Grimesland
THOMAS EVANS LEWIS Rocky Mount
HELEN JANE LILES Sims
JULIA DEWAR LILES Littleton
LEONARD DAVID LILLEY, JR.Tarboro
MELTON G. LILLEY Williamston
ROBERT C. LILLEY Tarboro
NANCY JANE LILLY Miami, Florida
BARBARA A. LINDLEY Greensboro
BETTY JEAN LITTLE Winterville
JOEL BAYNES LONG Cedar Grove
SARAH HELEN LOUTREL Randleman
HILDA GREY LOWE Gibsonville
JOHN DAVID LOWERY Jacksonville
NANCY ANN LOWRY Elizabeth City
MELDA ANNE LUCAS Lucama
JEANETTE BYRD LUPO Wade
HAROLD WARREN McCABE Newport
MARY IDA McCALL Salemburg
ELIZABETH ANN McCOLLUM Reidsville
BOBBIE JEAN McDANIEL Statesville
ANN E. McKAY
JAMES H. McKEE
MILTON W. McKEEL
BILLIE JO McLAMB
LENA KAY McLEMORE
NANCY LYNN McNEILL
HARLAN L. McPHERSON
MARY LEE McPHERSON
GAIL D. McSWAIN
DIANA PATRICIA MABRY
GRAHAM W. MALLARD
NANCY CAROL MALLARD
SYLVIA JEAN MALLARD
WILLIAM ALLEN MANGUM
RITA P. MANN
MARGARET ANN MARSHALL
HELEN I. MARSHBOURNE
HERMAN W. MARSSHBURN
SYLVIA J. MARTIN
CAROLYN R. MASSENGILL
SARAH E. MATTHEWS
WILLIAM 0. MEACHUM
JAMES GREGORY MEADS
GENE G. MERGER
CAROLYN F. MERRITT
CLARICE R. MERRITT
GRAHAM W. MERRITT, JR.
KENNETH L. MIDYETTE
BOBBY CARSON MILLER
CALVIN EVANS MILLS
DOROTHY ANN MITCHELL
JEAN E. MITCHELL
ROBERT E. MITCHELL
KENNETH E. MOODY
AUTRY LEE MOORE
CAROLYN R. MOORE
CONNIE MAE MOORE
DORIS I. MOORE
HARRY O. MOORE
JAMES CURTIS MOORE
MARY JANICE MOORE
Virginia Beach, Va.
WAYNE B. MORRIS
FOSTER W. MORSE
BARBARA ANN MORTON
ALFRED LONZA MOVE
JAMES A. MULDROW
VIRGINIA K. MUMFORD
JOE CARROLL MUSGRAVE
TOMMY G. NASH
SHIRLEY ANN NAVES
LENORA O. NEWSOM
BETTY JANE NICHOLS
PATRICIA ANN NICHOLS
WILLIAM T. NOBLES
TERRANCE R. NORMAN
RALPH L. O'BRIANT
DENIS J. O'BRIEN
MARY G. ORR
ORVILLE W, OVERTON
NORA LILLIAN OWENS
WILLIAM BRUCE PAGE
WILLIAM H. PAGE
WILLIAM H. PARAMORE
CHARLES T. PARKER
MARY LOU PARKER
SCARLETT P. PARKS
SHERWOOD W. PEACOCK
JOSEPH R. PEARCE
JAMES H. PEARSON
PERRY B. PEARSON
KRISTI L. PENDERGRAFT
LEE ELDRED PERRY
LINDA MAE PERRY
GERALD W. PHILLIPS
ANNE S. PIERCE
JANICE F. PIERCE
JOYCE A. PIERCE
ZENOBIA R. PIKE
EARL T. PILGRIM
DENNIS FLEET PINER
JOSEPH W. PLASTER
JOSEPH A. POND, JR.
PHYLLIS ANNE POOLE
EMILY G. POPE
GEORGE TAYLOR POTTER
GENNETTE FAY POWELL
JANET FRANCES POWELL
MARGARET ROSE POWELL
WARNER BAXTER POWELL
DEWEY B. PREAST
IDA MAE PRESNELL
CARMEN LEE PRIDGEN
HANNAH DIXON PROCTOR
CHARLES ELROY PUGH
TED GAY PULLEY
ERVIN DILLON QUICK
B. HILTON QUINN
PATRICIA ANN QUINN
PEGGY JOYCE QUINN
ELEANOR SUE RANDOLPH
PRESTON CLAYTON RAWLS
JACK LEE REYNOLDS, III
CHARLES ALEXANDER RHODES
CAROLYN EDWENA RICH Rocky
JOHN C. RICH
EDWIN M. RICKS, JR.
BEVERLY JEAN RIGGS
JOSEPHINE ANNETTE ROBERSON
MARY ROSE ROBERTSON
WILLIAM F. RORIE
EFFIE CAROL ROUSE
SYLVIA ANNE ROUSE
STANLEY McDONALD ROWLAND
WINIFRED OWEN RUFFIN
STEVE PATE RUSH
SYLVIA JEAN RUSTON
BRIDGES ARENDELL SABISTON
LEO HOWELL SALTER
THOMAS HAROLD SALTER
JAMES HAROLD SASSER
JEAN EILEEN SAUTER
GROVER C. SAWYER
ROBERT RILEY SAWYER
CLARA MAC SESSOMS
DORIS MAE SHAMEL
EDNA EARLE SHAW
William G. Shaw
Betsy Jean Shearin
James Lawrence Shelton
Anne Corene Shipp
Jerry Allen Short
Robert Warren Simms
Ellsworth Edwin Sinclair
Lee Roy Singleton
Barbara Jane Smith
Carolyn Rae Smith
Florence J. sMITH
Georgia Ann Smith
Geraldine M. sMITH
JUNIUS CECIL SMITH
JOHN WESTON SMITH. JR.
PEGGY FAYE SMITH
SARAH ELIZABETH SMITH
SYLVIA ROBERTA SMITH
WILLIAM EARL SMITH
TIMOTHY M. SMOTHERS
M. EARL SOLES
ADOLPHUS LEE SPAIN
LOWELL A. SPEIGHT
WALTER RICHARD SPELL
NATHAN HERBERT SPENCER
WILLIAM G. SPIVEY
JOHN PAUL SPOONE
ADOLPHUS RAY SPRUILL
CARL ROSEBERRY STACY
PATRICIA ALLEN STALLINGS
HENRY M. STANLEY
WILLIAM P. STATON
Emma Lois Stevens
Emma Pearl Stokes
Edwin Carl Stone
Harriet Loretta Stone
Shelby J. Stroud
Lenora Ellen Sturkie
Roger Inman Sturtevant
Roy Davis Styron
Loris, S. C.
Cheraw, S. C.
SARAH ANN SUGG
CAROLE JEAN SULLIVAN
MARGARET E. SULLIVAN
MABEL OGBURN SURLES
MARGARET ROSE STARNES
RICHARD ELLIOT SUTTON
CAROLINE LEE SWAIN
CARRIE BELL SYKES
WILLIAM K. SYKES
BILLY OBID TART
TILLIE MAE TART
CLARK 0. TAYLOR
DOROTHY A. TAYLOR
EDITH CATHERINE TAYLOR
LOMA FRANCES TAYLOR
PAMILEY ANN TAYLOR
EDNA HILDA TEDDER
BILLY E. THACKER
BETTY ANN THOMAS
EVELYN FAY THOMAS
PAUL F. THOMAS, JR.
CLAUDINE K. THOMASON
KERMIT A. THOMPSON. JR.
ALBERT J. THREEWITTS
CLAUDIA JANE TODD
GLENDA RAE TOUCHBERRY
JERRY SUE TOWNSEND
GARY EUGENE TREON
CAROLYN E. TRIPP
GRAYDON W. TRIPP
MARY EUGENIA TRULOVE
ARGENT M. TUCKER
JANICE L. TUCKER
PATRICIA A. TWIFORD
PEARL MAE TYNDALL
ALICE R. UNDERHILL
SARAH JANE UPCHURCH
CHARLES M. UZZELL
EMMA FAYE VANN
MATILDA JUNE VANN
JOSEPH CLINTON VICK
NANCY KAY WAGGONER
BETTY SUE WALKER
Derl G. Walker
Wayne Dillard Walker
Betty Jean Wall
Janet Lavee Wall
Jimmie Earl Wall
LINYEAR MAYO WALLACE, JR.
HARRIET TRUMAN WARD
JESSIE LAURA WARD
NANCY LYNETTE WARD
NELLIE ROSS WARD
Franklin Delano Ward
Eloise Roselyn Waters
Carl Leonard Watson
Reta Alene Watson
Effie Madalene Watts
Sidney A. Weeks
Roy Decone West
Mary Jinnel Whaley
Barbara Stewart Whichard
DOROTHY SHIELDS WHITE
EMILIE REBECCA WHITE
SARAH ARLYN WHITE
MARY GIBSON WHITEHEAD
JOSEPH PATRICK WHITEHURST
MARY LOU WHITEHURST
EUGENE LONG WHITFIELD
KAYE ELIZABETH WHITFIELD
JOYCE ANN WHITTLE
KEMP BONNER WICKIZER, JR.
STEPHEN LINDASY WILKERSON
MARY ANNETTE WILLETTS
BOBBIE LEE WILLIAMS
KENNETH ROBERT WILLIAMS
JOANNA PARKER WILLIFORD
NANCY JOAN WILLIS
ANN ELIZABETH WILSON
BOBBY ROGER WILSON
BOBBY SHERRILL WILSON
MARTHA CLINARD WILSON
JANE BARNES WINCHESTER
PHILIP DALTON WITHERINGTON
LILLIAN ANNE WOOD
MARGARET ELLEN WOODS
JOHN STEWART WOOTEN
Newport News, Va.
Gerald Gibson Wright - Raefort
MARY LOU WYRICK - Gibsonville
DANIEL A. YANCHISIN - Kinston
Most signs such as this are used for ornamentation
Decorating the College Union for Christmas.
She's well taken care of
They're looking for something.
Who knows what it is.
Spring Musical Festivities.
A little bit undecided.
Freshmen Class Officers
Seated: Barbara Davenport, S.G.A. Representative; Dottie McEwen, Secretary; Ann Hall, Treasurer. Standing: Tony Brandon, Vice President; Tommy Ragland. President.
SUSAN REBECCA ABERNETHY Nashville
BETTY SUE ADAMS Greenville
DAVID EARL ADAMS Vanceboro
JAMES FRANCIS ADAMS Sanford, Del.
MARTHA JANE ADAMS Faison
FREDERICK D. ADCOCK Durham
MARY LYNN AIKEN Fuquay Springs
ANNETTE ALCOCK Bridgeton
ROSALIND ELFRETH ALEXANDER Roper
BETSY ROSS ALLEN Elizabethtown
MARJORIE LEE ALLEN Four Oaks
BETTY LOU ALLIGOOD Washington
EUCLID DUVAL ARMSTRONG. JR. New Bern
PATRICIA MARY ATACK Richmond, Va.
BETTY RAYE AUSTIN Aurora
GRADY STONE AUSTIN Hatteras
SANDRA HEARST AUSTIN Four Oaks
ELIZABETH MARIE AUTRY Clinton
ERNEST MONZELL Kinston
AVERY KATIE JO AYCOCK Micro
SHIRLEY ANN AYCOTH Carolina Beach
MARTHA ROSE BABB Roanoke Rapids
KAY ELLEN BAGWELL Raleigh
LARRY GLENN BAILEY Faison
JAMES H. BAIN Kinston
DOROTHY CAROLYN BAKER Zebulon
HOWARD I. BAKER Erwin
WILLARD KENT BAKER Elizabeth City
WILLIAM DAVIS BALLANCE Manteo
JOHN P. BALTRUSH Waterbury, Conn
ALPHEUS DEWEY BANKS Trenton
ROSALIE BANKS Grantsboro
BARBARA ANN BARBER Greenville
SADIE MARIE BARBER Clinton
NOAH B. BAREFOOT Salemburg
HILDA JEAN BARKERNew Hill
ANN ELIZABETH BARNACASCEL Windsor
DORIS MIRIAM BARNES Chadbourn
MARY ELIZABETH BARNES Garland
PATRICIA DEAN BARRETT Oak Citv
ANNETTE ROSE BASS Four Oaks
EDWARD LEE BASS Black Creek
MARGARET ANN BATCHELOR Rocky Mount
NELLIE RUTH BAUCOM Monroe
MURPHY DEAN BEAL Cummock
WAYNE A. BEARD Jamesville
PATRICIA CHARLES BEATTY Greenville
WILLIAM DEWEY BECKWITH Apex
JOYCE FAY BELL Farmville
JAMES CHARLES BENNER Sanford
PATRICIA ANN BENNETT Edward
ELIHUE PARKS BENTON Plymouth
ALEXANDER MACK BERRYHILL Charlotte
JANE CLAIRE BERRYMAN Greenville
WILLIAM OLNEY BERSCH, JR. New Bern
ALEXANDRIA BEST BETHUNE Linden
DENNIS MARION BIGGS Williamston
HECTOR ALFRED BLACK Fayetville
WILLIAM DONALD BLACK Whiteville
BARBARA FAYE BLANCHARD Morehead City
EDNA BLANCHARD Wallace
EDWARD JOSEPH BOADO Wallace
BETTY JEAN BOLTON Warrenton
BARBARA DREW BOMBERGER Southport
FLORA RUTH BOSEMAN Enfield
ANNIE CAROLYNN BOSTIC Kenansville
MARY ELEANOR BOWDEN Faison
NANCY PATRICIA BOWEN Aurora
PATRICIA FAYE BOWEN Williamston
MARTHA ANN BOWERS Norlina
VERNA FAYE BOWEN Ayden
EDWARD LEE BOWLING Broadway
JOHN PAUL BOYCE Washington
CLAUD MELVIN BOYD Grimesland
GLENNIS GREENE BOYD Nelson, Va.
JARGET DEAN BOYD
WILLIAM ASHFORD BOYD New Bern
JUNE IRIS BOYETTE Wilson
KIRBY PUTNEL BRANCH Greenville
MARTHA ANN BRANCH Greenville
TONY MORGAN BRANDON Roxboro
PATSY CAROLINE BRANNOCK Raleigh
CHARLES F. BREINER
FRANKLIN BRYAN BRICE Wilson
PRISCILLA JUNE BRINN Bath
JAMES EDWIN BRITT Milwaukee
NANCY ELIZABETH BRITT Lumberton
LINWOOD PATTON BRITTON Ahoskie
FRANCES WINONA BROWN Kinston
JULIAN MONROE BROWN Marshallberg
NANCY MARIE BROWN Princeton
SALLY RUTH BROWN Goldsboro
CHRISTOPHER G. BROWNING Wilmington
JO ANN BRYAN Mt. Olive
KENNETH HAYNE BRYSON Hamlet
POLLY FAYE BUCK Greenville
EDWARD GERALD BUCKLEY Seaford, Dela. THOMAS FRANKLIN BUCKMAN Washington MARGARET ANN BUFFALOE Littleton
DAVID RAYE BUIE Winston-Salem
PANTHIA HELEN BUIE Fayetteville
FRANKLIN EASON BULLARD Greensboro
BETTY ANN BURNHAM RICHARD HORNER BUTNER LENORA CABB BYNUM HAROLD JULIAN BYRD JACQULINE F. BYRD WILLIAM ARTHUR BYRD
JULIETTE E. CAIN DORIS JANE CAISON BONNY RHUE CAMERON PATSY RUTH CAMERON LUCILLE VERA CANNON MARY SYLVIA CAPPS
SALLIE JEAN GARDEN SUSAN ELIZABETH CARR JANE GRACE CARTER JEWELL HOPE CASHWELL MARY CAULEY
Varina Southport Carthage Roseboro Barnwell
RICHARD HARVEY CHAFFINCH Seaford. Dela.
ANNDALA MARIE CHAMBLEE VIVIAN KAY CHANDLER TED PRUDEN CHAPPELL MARGARET CHERRY PATSY ANN CHERRY MACK WYATT CHURCHILL
MARTHA ROSE CLARK OSBY SEARS CLARK LOUIS VINGFIELD CLARKE WILEY WALTON CLAY WILLIAM EDWARD CLEVE BETTY LILLIAN COBBS
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iNNIS MOORE CONNOR Wrightsville Beach ERBERT ALVIN CONSOLVO Norfolk. Va.
UHAM ELDRIDGE COOKE Mt. Olive
A.RCELLA ANN COOKE Aulander
3LLY LOU COOKE Aulander
ITRICIA LOUISE DELAHUNT Jacksonville DITH ANN DENNIS Seaford. Del.
iY NELSON DENNIS, JR. Newport
ITHUR ANTHONY DESTOUT Ft. Belvoir, Va. lRBARA JEANETTE DILDA Greenville
ISIE JOYCE DILDY Farmville
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MELVTN PAUL EDWARDS Washington
REBECCA SUE EDWARDS Virginia Beach. Va.
THOMAS ELLIOT EDWARDS CAROLYN ANNETTE ELAM ALICE KAY EMERSON EDWARD HARRELL EMORY JOAN ELIZABETH EUDY
Lancaster. S. C.
LENORA FRANCES EVANS MARSHA SUZANNE EVANS RONALD RUDOLPH EVERETT ROY CLAYTON EVERETT SARAH ELIZABETH EWELL CHARLES W. FAIRCLOTH
SEATON POE FAIRLESS. JR. JEANETTE MARIE FARRELL JOHN ROGERS FERGUSON JOHN J. FIELDS JOHN JOSEPH FILICKY. JR. CHARLOTTE DEAN FITCHETT
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Colerain Mebane Clarkton Raleigh Raleigh Elizabeth City
PAULINE ROBERTS GARNER Newport
SHERRILL ANN BARRIS Farmville
SIDNEY LOUIS GASKINS New Bern
COLEMAN ANDREW GENTRY, JR. Burlington EVA CATHERINE GEORGE Winston-Salem
RICHARD EUGENE GEORGE Kings Mtn.
JANICE FAYE GIBBS JANE HAMPTON GIDDEN BETTY JEAN GILBERT JOHN HUGHES GILES SARITA ANNE GILLIE JOHN G. GILLIKIN
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REDRIC T. KAMINSKI ;ENNETH W. KEARNEY DDIE M. KEEL lARY LILES KEETER fANCY SUE KEITH OSEPH RAY KELLY
lARY M. KELLY ALPH B. KELLY, JR. lATHERIN E. KENERSON OWARD H. KING. JR. 3YCE G. KOON ELBERT GILL LAMB
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SHIRLEY ELIZABETH LEWIS Dudley
WALLACE BRADFORD LEWIS Kinston
JOSEPH DANIEL LINER, JR. Asheville
GEORGE WATSON LITCHFIELD Aurora
ALICE ROSE LITTLE Greenville
EVELYN MARIE LITTLE Greenville
SYVIA ANNE LONG Elizabeth City
MARTHA ERNESTINE LONGEST Graham
BARBARA ANN LOUNSBURY Wilmington
WILLIAM S. LOVE Rockingham
RALPH L. LUKE Plymouth
BETTY JANE McBRIDE Jonesville
HAROLD DEAN McCAIN Yanceyville
LOUISE JENNETTE McCAIN Elizabeth City BETTY LEA McCAULEY Burlington
GWENDOLYN OLIVER McCLAMROCH Raleigh DOROTHY PAGE McCLEARY Portsmouth, Va. PAUL McCOY Hookerton
REBECCA ANN McCULLOCH Greensboro
DOROTHY SUSAN McEWEN Wilmington
CATHERINE PAGE McLAMB Rocky Point
JOE ANN McLAURIN Stedman
HELEN RUTH McLAWHORN Greenville
KENNETH EARL McLAWHORN Vanceboro
SHIRLEY FA YE McLEOD EARL THOMAS McPHAIL SARAH McRAE WYMAN DAVID McROY MARY ABIGAIL MADRE MAE FRANCES MALLISON
MARLENE MALPASS ROBERT J. MANNING KENNETH W. MARKHAM, JR. BARBARA FAYE MARTIN BETTY LOU MARTIN PHYLLIS JORDAN MARTIN
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ELIZABETH ANNE MASON LiUington
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ROLAND E. MATTHIS Clinton
GLORIA ASHLYNN MAULDEN Kannapolis
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MARILYN ELAINE PAGE Burlington
BARBARA ANNE PARAMORE Farmville
DONALD LEE PARK Henderson
BETTY LOU PARKER Tarboro
DORIS E. PARKER Fayetteville
ROBERT PRICE PARKER Clinton
WADE JAMES PARKER Monroe
JACOB REID PARROTT, JR. Oxford
LEWIS THOMAS PARROTT, JR. Oxford
DORIS ANN PATE Rockingham
SHERMAN ALPHONSA REGISTER Cove City
;AN ELIZABETH RUSSELL Dover
)SEPH STANLEY RYCZKOWSKI Trenton, N.J.
ERNON JULIAN SALMON Wallace
^EDERICK CARLTON SALTER Sea Level
ARY ELEANOR SANDERSON Plymouth
VNICE EMMALENE SASSER Kenly
fLVIA JENKINS SATTERTHWAITE Greenville )HN DORSEY SAVAGE Goldsboro
ILLIAM LLOYD SCARBOROUGH, JR. Buxton OGER ARTHUR SCHURRER Cleveland. Wis. ^ELIA ANNE SCOTT Pollocksville
TLLIAM HENRY SCOTT, JR. New Bern
ILLIAM L. SCOTT Cape Charles, Va.
ARY JANE SEA WELL Guilford College
OY GERROD SEAWELL Sanford
ADE HAMPTON SESSOMS, JR. Fayetteville 3IS ANNETTE SEYMOUR Greenville
ARILYN FAYE SHAVENDER Belhaven
ELEN PATRICIA SHEARIN HELBY JEAN SHEFFIELD OSALIE HARDEE SHEW HARLES HOMER SHIELDS ALTON VICK SHINGLETON
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JASPER E. THARRINGTON Henderson
ANTOINETTE AVIS THOMAS Chapel Hill
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CATHERINE ANNE WORTHINGTON La Grange WILLIAM KENT WORTHINGTON Winterville EMILY ELIZABETH WYNNE Washington
ERNEST LINWOOD YARBOROUGH Olanta, S. C.
CHARLES PRINCE YOUMANS Baxley, Ga.
SOPHOMORE GIRLS SERVE AS COUNSELORS FOR FRESHMAN WOMEN
Girls pictured above are counselors in Ragsdale Dorm. First row, left to right: Adeline Smith, Martha Wilson, Claudia Todd, Carolyn Smith, Janet Wall, Jean Bunn, Nancy Ward. Secotid row: Jean Mitchell, Elaine Carawan, Sandra Gunn, Shelby Stroud, Joy Pridgen, Joanna Williford, Chairman; Shirley Buchan. Third row: Esther Ingle, Jane Winchester, Frances Eurbanks, Margaret Andrews (Counselor in Women's Hall), Peggy Kepley, Ann Couch, Johanna Leeuwenburg.
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SOPHOMORE GIRLS SERVE AS COUNSELORS FOR FRESHMAN WOMEN
Girls pictured below are counselors in Gotten Dorm. First row, left to right: Cynthia James, Janet Hodges, Dianna Johnson, Sue Randolph, Chairman; Mary Lou Dickens, Hilda Lowe, Mary Lou Wyrick. Second row: Lou Lewis, Sue Flanagan, Carolyn Bilbro, Barbara Bullock, Joy Hayes, Carol Rouse, Madalene Weeks. Third row: Ann Johnson, Betty J. Wall, Carolyn Massengill, Shelby Bizzell, Clarice Merritt, Jane Gardner. Fourth row: Anne Shipp, Betty Bowen, Bette Goodhart, Barbara Windley, Clare Regan.
A look at Gotten Hall, one of the Freshman dorms, from the gates.
MONA FAY ARTHUR Bea
DORIS LEE AVERY Beaufoi
CAROLYN ELIZABETH BAXTER
Pompano Beach. Fla
BETTY LOU BOWEN Bath
GARY E. BRADLEY Sanford
FRANCES ELLEN BRYANT Spring Hope
RACHAEL LEE CONNELL Oxford
ANNETTE COPPERSMITH Elizabeth City
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CAROLYN CORBETT ANN GAYLE DAVENPORT Po PATRICIA CAROL DAVIS NANCY ELIZABETH DUNBAR KAY FORREST
Ayden th, Va. Fairmont Nags Head
BARBARA GRIFFIN Ayden
GEORGE DEWEY HATHAWAY FarmviUe RODNEY DELMORE HICKS Deep Run
GRETEN GLEN HILL Sneads Ferry
ELSIE M. HOOPER Rocky Mount
PAULA ANN HORNER Bailey
PEGGY ANN JACKSON Robersonville
DOYLE ANITA JERNIGAN Lewiston
MARY YOUISE JOHNSON Plymouth
JULIA PAULINE KENDALL Fayetteville
AUDREY ANNE PRICE Selma
NELSON PRICE Seven Springs
BARBARA KINSAUL SMITH Rocky Mount CHARLES RUSSELL SMITH Atlantic
GLORIA ANN SMITH Durham
HILDA GREY SOLES Whiteville
SANDRA DIANNE UPCHURCH Ahoskie KELLY LORTON WATSON Lowland
^HIRI.F.Y JEAN YHITEHURST Bethel
JANNIE BROWN WORTHINGTON
FRANCES YVONNE BARNES Newport
JI'NE ELIZABETH BARNHILL Greenville BEVERLY BECK Greenville
JEAN BOWLES Beaufort
JANE HENDERSON BRADY Wilmington
BONNIE JEAN BRINSON Beaufort
WALTER SPEIGHT BLIRRUS Engelhar.l SHIRLEY FRANCES CARPENTER Raleigh ERNESTINE CARROW Grimeslan.j
CHARLETTA CARTWRIGHT Elizabeth Cii\
ELNA GLYNN CAULBERG Raleigh
ELIZABETH COUNCIL CHASON White Oak MYRA DEANNE COLEMAN Whiteville
LORETTA JANE COLLINS Elizabeth City DOTTIE TRUEBLOOD CRUMPLER
JUNE LYNN ARNETT MARY ELMER ASHWORTH
MARY SUE BAKER
GERALDINE CUTLER BETSY LYNNE DAVIS MARLENE REID EASON CAROLYN SUE ENNIS MINNIE LOU FERRELL
LILLY MARIE FLYE BETTY JEAN FOGLEMAN JOHN WALTER FUNK REBECCA JEAN GOODRICH LINDA SUE HAGLER
JUNE TREVIS HALL JANE FIELDS HARDISON ALLEN S. HARPER JOYCE MAE HEATH GOLDIE JANET HICKS
ROSE MARIE HOFFLER Sunbury
MARY LOIS HUDGINS Enfield
BENJAMIN THOMAS JAMES Williamston
LOIS GRAY JERNIGAN Dunn
BOBBIE JONES Nashville
AUDREY CAPPRELL JOYNER Ayden
WALACE KAY LANG Kinston
SYLVIA CAROLYN LANGLEY Selma
CARLTON LEVERNE LANIER Maple Hill ANNETTE LEARY Elizabeth City
KAYE CLAIRE LEONARD Lexington
JANIS LOUISE LITTLE Selma
LUCETTA LYNN MAGEE Plymouth
BETSY SUE MARTIN Durham
EVELYN STEVENSON MARVEL Milford, Dela.
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GLENDA KAY MILLER MARGARET ROSE McRAE MARY McRAE J. ADELAIDE NEWSOM
NANCY LEE PHELPS MELVYN EARL PITTMAN WILLIAM EDGAR POWELL MARY HALLIE POWERS
DIXIE LEE PUCKETTE MARY ESTELLE ROUNTREE BARBARA SUE SANDEL JERRY ANN SANDLIN
JOSIE LEA SHEARIN CHARLES LEON SHEPARD, JR. BETTY IRENE SPENCER JO LYNNE STEPHENSON
Farmville Tar Heel Pink Hill Lexington
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JANE STEWART DOROTHY MAE STONE
JANICE MARIE STOX NANCY JACQUELINE SUTTON SARAH ELIZABETH SUTTON CARRIE ANN SYKES
KENNETH HYMAN TAYLOR SYBIL ANN TAYLOR DORIS JEAN THERRIEN JOSEPH JUNE THOMPSON
JUDITH VIRGINIA THOMPSON AUDRE ALENE WALL TENNYS E. WARREN SHELBY JEAN WATERS
SVinterville Farmville Hertford Columbia
BETTY JO WEBB BETTY LOU WHITE DORA KAYE WHITE JERRY EUGENE WHITE
BETTY LOU WHITLEY NANCY BELLE WILSON BARBARA JEAN WINSTEAD BEVERLY JO WISE
LORETTA JEAN WOOLARD Washington
FREDERICK CARNEY WORTHINGTON, JR.
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Surely we hope this book may recall many things to many minds. We feel that this new, modern black and white effect as seen in the introductory pages of our book is a pleasant change from previous in- troductions. As you thumb through the pages of this book, we sincerely wish that you may be re- minded of one year's accomplishments at East Caro- lina College.
I. K. Williamson and Shirlee M. Smith ASSOCIATE EDITOR . . . A. C. Hinton, Jr. SCHOLASTICS EDITOR . . . Catherine Aman
AdminislT alive and Faculty Editors . . . Emily Gunter, Charlotte Strickland, Barbara Davenport, Margaret Conyers Senior Class Editors . . . Peggy Hewett, Dorothy Jackson,
Jewell Cashwell Junior Class Editors . . . Feme Highsmith, Mavis Kennedy,
Edna Mae Wilson Sophomore Class Editors . . . Mary Esther Cleeves, Arlene
Schwab, Edna Shaw, Dianna Johnson Freshman Class Editors . . . Elizabeth Hylton, Worth Mc-
Keel, Ernestine Harris, Marilyn Page Two-Year Business Editors . . . Margie Price, Carolyn Rich, Janice Pierce, Joe Kelly ACTIVITIES EDITOR . . . Louise Fitzgerald
Publications Editors . . . Tommy Edison, Abbie Osborne Student Government Editors . . . Pat Dunn, Betsy Redding,
Janet Powell Religion Editors . . . Mary Cain, Sylvia Ruston, Blair
Roper Music and Drama Editors . . . Johanna Leeuenburg, Minnie Lou Ferrell FEATURES EDITOR . . . June Miller
Assistants . . . Phereba Uzzle, James Curtis ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR . . . Dwight Smith
Clubs Editors . . . Barbara Lounsbury, Beverly Durham,
Kay Bagwell Fraternities Editors . . . Jimmy Walton, Ann McGwigan,
Euclid Armstrong, Barbara Lindley, Dot Taylor Military Editors . . . Adolphus Spain, Glendal Jenkins ATHLETICS EDITOR . . . Eddie Dennis
Assistants . . . Mike Katsias, Ann Wilson ART EDITORS ... Ann McKay, Rae Touchberry TYPISTS . . . Edith Fitzgerald, Tanya Anderson
A. C. HINTON, JR.
I. K. WILLIAMSON Co-Editor
Dr. James Poindexter s been extremely co- lerative in proof-reading 1 copy. His willingness help the staff in ever\ ly possible will never be rgotten.
Only by Dr. Reynolds' guidance in helping us make our money stretch liere and there have we 'ten able to publish this
DR. JAMES POINDEXTER Editorial Advisor
DR. JOHN 0. REYNOLDS Financial Advisor
DIVISIONAL EDITORS: Catherine Aman, Louise Fitzgerald, Ju Miller, Eddie Dennis, and Dwight Smith.
J. D. HENRY, Staff Photographer, has sacrificed many hours taking pictures.
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Senior editors Peggy Hewett and Jewell Cashwell arrive to begin
and Feme Highsmith.
Catherine Aman, Scholastics edi- tor, has supervised the comple- tion of all work in the scholastics division.
Sophomore editors Mary Esther Cleeve, Edna Shaw, Arlene Schwab, and Dianna Johnson give behind-the-camera scenes.
Clubs editors Barbara Louns- bury, Beverly Durham, and Kay Bagwell discuss deadline for clubs section.
Elizabeth Hylton, Elaine Page, Worth McKeel, and Ernestine Harris, Freshman editors, dem- onstrate the methods of picture taking.
Jimmy Walton, Ann McGwigan, and Euclid Armstrong, Fraterni- ties editors, flip coin to see who will be the next pledge.
Two-year Business editors Caro- lyn Rich, Margie Price, and Janice Pierce ponder over pro- posed layouts for their section.
Military editors Glendal Jenkin and Adolphus Spain plan origi nal ideas for their section.
Emily Gunter, Margaret Conyers, Charlotte Strickland, and Bar- bara Davenport search for new ideas for the Faculty-Administra- tive section.
Dwight Smith, Organizations edi- tor, has supervised the comple- tion of all work in the organiza- tions division.
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Wike Katsias and Eddie Dennis check pictures for the \,thletic section from their file. Eddie edited the entire ection with the capable help of Mike and Ann Wilson.
June Miller and James Curtis have worked on the Features section.
Religious editors, Mary Cain, Blair Roper, and Sylvia Ruston have worked on Religion Section.
-Music and Drama editors. Johanna Leeuei burg and Minnie Lou Ferrell look over record
Betty Redding and Pat Dunn sharpen their pencils to get started on the S.G.A. section.
Louise Fitzgerald, Ac- tivities editor, has super- vised the completion of all work in the activities division.
Art editor Ann McKay and Rae Touchbery post sign on the wall. Ann and Rae have done a splendid job throughout the year by putting attractive posters up advertising staff activities.
Jo Ann DeBruhl ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER
Joyce Mizelle ASSISTANTS
Lillian Cohen obby Jean McDaniel
Mary Lou Parker
Dorine Rouse FINANCIAL ADVISOR
Dr. John 0. Reynolds EDITORIAL ADVISOR
Dr. James Poindexter
BUSINESS STAFF: Dorine Rouse, Jackie Parker.
Lillian Cohen, Doris Jean Therrian, Bobbie McDaniel, and
BEST FOOT FORWARD
Our campus newspaper, the East Carolinian, truly merits the award it won at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in New York in the spring of '56. The paper placed third among the first place win- ners of senior colleges and universities.
The East Carolinian is a weekly paper edited, vyritten, and published by the students of East Caro- hna College. The staff faithfully works with the editor to record the campus activities as it sees them. The staff has been successful in meeting dead- lines and has had no trouble in printing papers that have been of great interest and information to the entire student body.
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EDITOR . Jimmy FerreU
ASSISTANT EDITORS Jan F. Raby
FEATURE EDITOR Janet Hill
SPORTS EDITOR Billy Arnold
BUSINESS MANAGER Mary Ellen Williams
ASSISTANTS Edna Whitfield
MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS Business Manager
FEATURE EDITOR. Janet Hill, and staff- Purvis Boyette. Martha Wilson, Lois Ann Webb, and Dee Hux.
CIRCULATION MANAGERS, Lacy Harris and Peggy Stewart.
SPORTS EDITOR. Billy Arnold, and staff- Mike Katasis and Johnny Hudson.
NEWS STAFF, Rose Mary Eagles, Byron Harrison- EDITOR, Beverly Proctor, Claudia Todd, and Larry Craven.
EDITORIAL STAFF: Janet Hill, Jimmy Ferrell, Jan Raby. Oliver Williams.
MISS MARY GREEN Editorial Advisor
DR. CLINTON R. PREWETT Financial Advisor
NORA LEE WILLIS
A "SELDOM SEEN SCENE"
This year's East Carolinian has been in the hands of a well experienced staff. Jimmy Fer- rell, editor, has worked with the paper for three years, holding the editorship two of the three. Mary Ellen Williams, business manager, Edna Whitfield, Billy Arnold, Jan Raby, and Janet Hill have each worked on the paper for three years. Besides these, there is a host of staff members having worked two years.
Each year several freshmen join the staff and become acquainted with the great amount of work connected with the printing of the college paper.
It can certainly be said that this year's staff is composed of veteran members having the technical knowledge and know-how needed for printing the paper from the journalistic angle, through the business end, right on to the press.
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Dock Smith, President of the S. G. A., meets a challenge as he guides the Student Legisla- ture in promoting a better East Carolina Col- lege.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION For the past thirty-six years the Student Government Association has directed student activities on our campus. It hds taken the re sponsibility of maintaining a happy and work able relationship between faculty and students
Through its standing committee, the S. G. A. has rendered many worthwhile services to the students of East Carolina. Some of these serv ices are directing the activities during Fresh man Orientation, Homecoming, and May Day
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Left to right: Bobby Pat- terson, Assistant Treas- urer; Walter Hasty, First Vice President; Ann Wil- kerson. Secretary; Robert Forrest, Treasurer ; Dock Smith, President. Second Vice President, Gene Hodges, and Historian, Pat Everton, are not pic- tured.
DOCK SMITH President, S.G.A
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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 Council. The Council is composed of major S. G. A. officers, student publications' editors, and chairmen of the judiciaries.
Seated, left to right: Eddie Dennis, Robert Forrest, Jean Fisher, Dock Smith, Ann Wilkerson, WaUer Hasty, and Shirlee M. Smith. Standing: Jack Beaman and I. K. Williamson.
First Vice President, S.G.A.
Second Vice President, S.G.A.
I. K. WILLIAMSON Co-editor, BUCCANEER
SHIRLEE M. SMITH Co-editor, BUCCANEER
Editor, EAST CAROLINIAN
ANN WILKERSON Secretary, S.G.A.
ROBERT FORREST Treasurer, S.G.A.
JEAN FISHER Chairman, Womi
EDDIE DENNIS Chairman. Men's Judiciary
The Entertainment Committee, composed of students and faculty, selects and schedules programs of outstanding artists for the students' entertainment. It also books movies to be shown weekly.
first row, left to right: Dr. James Stewart, Jimmy Phelps, Mr. James Butler. Second row: Jimmy Johnson, Richard Leonard, and Eugene Hodges.
The major function of the Publication Board is to select editors for the BUCCANEER and EAST CAROLINEAN rom the candidates seeking the positions. The Board also helps to regulate the activities of the college newspaper nd annual.
t row. left to right: Dr. James H. Tucker. Miss Marry Greene. Di John Reynolds. Second ih. and Jimmy Ferrell. Not pictured: Dr. Poindexter, Dr. Jenkiii>,. and Dr. Messick.
I. K. Williamson, Shirlee M.
The Elections Committee conducts all elections, sets up polls, posts names of all candidates one week before elections, and handles publicity for the elections.
Leit to right: Mary Marjiaret Kelly. Wiley Teal. Barl.ara Ann Whilehears-t. Fred Davenport. Marcia Forbes. Robert Hyatt, and Gail Cox.
The Budget Committee makes the appropriations, basing them on the amount expected to be derived from the student activity fees for each school year.
Ltjt to right: Dr. James Tucker, Bobby Patterson, Robert Forrest, Neel Dupree, Eddie Dennis, Jean Fisher, and Dave Carson.
The Ring Committee has the responsibility of ordering the class rings and pins. The committee keeps sample rings available for the students' benefit in their selection.
Leil to right: Dr. James Tucker. Bubha Driver, Walter Hasty-Chairman. Dave Car.son. an.l Freddie James.
The Production Committee is credited with bringing to the campus many fine musical productions. Lett to right: Edith Rogers. Frankie Keaton, Ralph Shumaker, Patricia Everlon, and George Knight.
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.
Leh to right: Joe Wiggins, Dorothy Laughinghouse. Ann Wilkerson. and Janet Hodges. Rachael Lang. Chairman, is not pictured.
The Homecoming Committee deserves much recognition for its tireless efforts in planning and carrying out the activities that mark our very eventful homecomings.
Seated, left to right: J. B. Nichols, Ann Mayo, Ann Peel, Mr. Jim Butler. Standing: Dave Carson, Eddie Harris, Eddie Dennis, and Jimmy Phelps.
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The Awards Committee is responsible for seeing that proper recognition is given to students for participation in various campus organizations. This recognition is given in the form of certificates.
right: William J. .Slot. Raddy Holton. and Mack Edmondson
The Points System Committee checks all points held by each student and recommends necessary changes in this system to the Student Legislature.
Bob Herring is pictured. Marshall McLanib. Chairman, and Betty Jo Butts were absent for the picture.
JEAN FISHER Chairman
Seated, left to right: Joyce Norris, Betty Calhoun, Jean Fisher - Chairman, Jean Rowland, Eleanor West. Standing: Sadie Harris, Ann Peel, Shirley Summers, Freida Ledbetter, Ruth Turnage, Loretta Walters, Nancy Morgan, Alice Flye.
The Men's and Women's Judiciaries endeavor to maintain high standards and enforce regulations among the students.
Seated, left to right: Don Ricketts, Secretary; Eddie Dennis, Chairman; Jack Beaman. Vice Chairman. Standing: Bobby Conway, Don Grazino, Charles Sioussat, and Dickie Denton.
EDDIE DENNIS Chairman
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Bobby Conway Jane Crofton Phyllis Corbett Fred Davenport Eddie Dennis Dickie Denton William Dixon Neel Dupree
Mack Edmondson Billie Evans Pat Everton Jimmy Ferrell Jean Fisher Alice Flye Robert Forrest Harry Gerock
Lillian Griffin Bobby Hall Shirley Hargrove Barbara Harris Sadie Harris Walter Hasty Eugene Hayman Bob Herring
Gene Hodges Elizabeth Hyhon Fred James Jimmv Johnson Walter Johnson Elizabeth Judge George Knight Ralph Lamm
Rachael Lang Freida Ledbetter Irma Leggett Richard Leonard Marshall McLamb Ann Mayo J. B. Nichols Jack Neilson
Ann Peele Jimmy Phelps Horace Rose Ralph Shumake: Dock Smith Kenneth Smith Shirlee Smith Janie Stallings
Shirley Summers Lorraine Sutton Charles Sioussat Wiley Teal Mike Themides Ruth Turnage William Vance Don Vickstrom
Ann Wilkerson L K. Williamson Betsy Willson Barbara Davenport Thomas Ragland
Baptist Student Council
The Baptist Student Union seeks to help students grow in their commitment to Christ and His Church and in gaining a mature and intelligent understanding of the Christian faith and the belief and practices of the Baptist denomination.
First row, left to right: Pat Dunn, Ann Shelton, Frances Bryant. Ralph Lamm. President; Jo Allen Brown, Eugene Haymen, Mrs. Garner. Second row: Herbert Joyner, Kay Hargrove, Janet Wall. Sarah Aswell. Carolyn Merritt, Jerry McDaniel, Martha Underbill, Barbara Blanton. Eva Ann Coburn. Third row: Elbert Blanton. Wade Parker, Hilda Morris, Michael Keane, Bill HoUey. Jean Rowland, Fred Layton, Shirley Alford, Colman Gentry.
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.
MENTAL, PHYSICAL, AND SPIRITUAL GROWTH.
Front TOW, left to right: Rt. Rev. Charles j. Cable, Chaplain, Monique Farge, Lillian Cohen, Suzanne Fretz, Vera Cannon, Salley Donovan, Mary Orr, Rosemary McCloskey, Raquel Cordeiro, Patricia Atack, and Miss Velma W. Lowe, Sponsor. Second row: Daniel P. Bridge, Richard Tomilison, Alfred Earl Saieed, Charles Armstrong, Howard King, Fred Shehdan, and Andrew Caudill.
First row, left to right: Meredith L. Edwards, Julia Rivenbark, Donald Howell, Lucille Swails, Willadean Duncan, lennis Price, Betty Ruth Jackson, and Fay Bullard. Second row: Gladys Henries, Doris Ann Pate, Elsie Lee hipps, Betsy Ross Allen, Judy Cashwell, Deloris Johnson, Eleanor Smith. Third row: Bill Register, Williain Satter- eld, and Carl Malpass.
PRESIDENT Lucille Swails
SECRETARY Joliet Autry
The King Youth Fellowship has an active membership of twenty-five. There are thirty-seven students of the Pentecostal Holiness Church and affiliated Full Gospel Churches, including the Assembly of God and the Church of God.
Under the direction of Mrs. L. W. Topping, the Westminster Council plans the activities of the Fellowship. The Fellowship provides encouragement and spiritual strength for Presbyterian students on the campus.
First row, left to right: Martha M. Johnston, President; Gus Manos, Treasurer; Kay Second row: Eleanor Bowden, Alice Flye, Carole Carr, Lilly Flye. Third row: Annette Long, Ruth Turnage. Bee Mendenhall. Fourth row: Hayne Bryson. Jim Bowden, David
Thomason, Vice President. Capps, Joan Davis, Ardelia Roseueare, Hal Leeuwenburg.
PRESIDENT Martha M. Johnston
VICE PRESIDENT Kay Thomason
TREASURER Gus Manos
PRESIDENT Martha M. John
In their Sunday night meetings, the Episcopalians express and discuss the ideals and aspirations of their church. Their club offers spiritual guidance as well as Christian fellowship to its members while in college.
First row, left to right: Frank Fagan, Student Worker; Elizabeth Hylton, Treasurer; Edith Rogers, Second Vice President: Barbara Lynn Harrel, First Vice President; Sally Ottaway, President; Rev. John W. Drake, Jr. Second row: Cynthia Roth, Ann Jones. Frances Brown, Anne Page Brooks, Janet Grissom. Janet Fletcher, Charlie Elgin. Third row: Jimmy Owens, William C. Dixon, James Laughinghouse. Herb Prytherch. Jo Roberson, Frankie Keaton.
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At the Y-Hut every Monday evening the Free Will Baptist meet for an hour of worship, fun. and fellowship. The worship is furnished by the students under the direction of Rev. R. B. Crawford.
First row, left to right: Arlyn White, Elaine Smith, Vice President; Martha Ann Johnson. President; Peggy Mangum, Treasurer. Second row: Edith Fitzgerald. Joanne Smith. Edna Faye Phillips, .Ann Letchworth, Jean Harris, Peggy Whitehurst, Shirley Moore. Third row: Rena Mae Spencer. Margie Price. Catherine Raper. Sherrill Garjis. Jo Roberson, Mattie Lou Harris. Linda Lou Godwin.
The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist Church at work on the college campus. The council under the direction of Miss Chandler leads the program, and all Methodist students are urged to participate in it. We endeavor to help the students find a deeper maening in life through the study of the Bible and Christian fellowship.
Seated, left to right: Shirley Hargrove, Wynnette Garner, June Goldston, Bobby Mann, President; Phiena Nance, Joann Ashley, Letty DeLoatch. Back row: Pat Daniels, Lem Cox, Milton Mann, Ralph Shumaker, Vice President; Ted Lee, Nancy Whitley.
RESIDENT Nancv Harris
ICE PRESIDENTS Mary Hall
SECRETARY Jinnell Whaley
TREASURER .. Peggy Jackson
INTER. COUNCIL Joyce Gwaltney
LEADER David Blackwood
Disciples Student Fellowship
The Christian students gain spiritual strength through the Disciple Student Fellowship. David Black- wood leads the Fellowship in its meditation and worship.
First row, left to right: Jean Aswell, Mary Jinnell Whaley, Joyce Gwaltney. Second row: Jonnie Simpson, Betty Lou Griffin, Peggy Efird, Floyd Bowen.
Mutual Improvement Association
The campus M. I. A. is composed of seven college students. Its denomination is that of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Seated, left to right: Hannah Nelson, Marian Smith, Secretary; Joyce Williamson. Stand- ing: Kenneth Harper, President; Dr. Jorgen- son, President of the Greenville Church; Cameron Deaver, Counselor and Secretary.
Lutheran Student Association
The Lutheran Student Association offers to students of the Lutheran faith oppor- tunities to bind themselves together spiritually and to find a deeper faith and fellowship.
Seated, left to right: Ann Tucker, President; Hilda Lowe, Elaine Coulter, Phyllis Finger, Mary Lou Wyrick, Vice President. Standing: Miss Tora Larsen, Mrs. J. 0. Derrick, Norman Pridgen, Mr. Frank Perry, Pastor; Dr. Charles Risher, Don Vickstrom, Secretary; Ann Vickstrom, Mrs. Charles Risher.
The Student Unitarian Group meets weekly to discuss various pertinent social and religious problems and events. The purpose of the Unitarian is to wrest religion from clicke. The primary belief of the Unitarian members is the dignity and goodness of man.
Seated, left to right: Bill Meachum, Carol
Rouse. John Quinn, Jimmy Shine. Standing:
Charles Sioussat, Henry Wheeler, John Quinn. President.
First row, left to right: James Thigpen, Charles Lovelace, George Knight, Ralph Chason, John Sykes, James Piver. Second row: Fred Shehdan, Robert Grumpier, Robert Fleming, Ralph Shumaker. Third row: A. W. Gaudell, Roy Knight, Tom Miller, Virgil Early.
The COLLEGIANS, widely known throughout the state for their fine instru- mental performances, play for most of the college dances and other major dances throughout North Carolina and Virginia. The band was established eight years ago and is the oldest on campus. It is the largest dance band in all of eastern North Carolina. Throughout the years their name, "The Best Band in the Tar Heel Land," has been well earned.
Ralph Chason is Business Manager and Robert Fleming is Music Director of the band.
Dottie Wiley was the featured vocalist this year with the COLLEGIANS.
The purpose of this club is to work toward improving the standards of music and music education, to disseminate information about music and music education, to offer opportunities for student participation in music activities, and to afford social and recreational opportunities for its members.
CALVIN CHESSON and the DREAMERS was organized in the spring of 1955. Since that time they have played for important dances on campus as well as throughout the state. The band is made up of ECC students, and try-outs are held for each position.
First TOW, left to right: Dock Smith. Timmy Taylor, Bertram Burriss, Bobby Mitchel, Wayne McGlorhorn, Richard Jones. 5econ,/ row: Keith Dobbine, Frank Bullard, Bobby Parker, Calvin Chesson, Director; and Charles Myers.
The REYNOLDS-JAMES BAND is a fairly new band on our campus, but it is making a reputable name for itself. The band plays for college dances and other college entertainment programs.
First TOW, lejt to right: Boots Pittman, David Doolittle, Jay Bobbins. Preston Cannon, and Lee Giles. Second row: Jack Calhoun, Lee Reynolds, Jeneal Teander, Cecil James. Lee Reynolds and Cecil James are the organizers and directors of the band.
The Choir consists of sixty singers chosen from the entire college by audition. Each year the Choir presents 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, gradu- ation, and other campus events. This year's tour took the Choir through the Asheville and Piedmont areas.
Ralph Chason crowns Rae Touchberry, Sweetheart of Phi Mu Alpha.
The crack one hundred piece East Carolina Marching Band, resplendent in their new uniforms, has entertained audiences and parade crowds throughout the year. Everyone looked to their half-time shows during the football season.
East Carolina can well be proud of its fine majorette corps. Twirling, dancing, or strutting - they are always a highlight of the show.
Leit to right: Lena McLemore. Ellen Sturkie, Betty June Davenport. Carolyn Baxter. Earlene Culipher, and Gayle Davenport.
MR. HERBERT CARTER
East Carolina College Concert Band
The East Carolina College Concert Band, a group of selected student musicians under the direction of Mr. Herbert Carter, has presented a varied program for the winter and spring seasons, including concerts, television appearances, and the annual tour. One of the highlights of the winter season was the recording of a CHRISTMAS FANTASY for NBC radio.
East Carolina 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 this year has visited many towns to give concerts. Some of these were New Bern, Washington, and Kinston. In addition to these, the Orchestra has given its Home Concert, played for graduation exercises, and also the musical production, CONNECTICUT YANKEE. The Orchestra is under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Cuthberl.
The oldest music organization on campus is opened to all women college students. Its one hundred mem- bers highlight each year by providing music at the Christmas assembly and at their Spring Concert. The accompanist is Peggy Ann Oblong.
The College Singers is a select group of ten who present a Christmas program, a spring concert, and various TV and radio programs. The piano accompanist is Barbara Faircloth.
First ROW, left to right: Larry Grissom. Peggy Griffin, Barbara Faircloth. Second row: Bill Lloyd, George John- son, Jane Fuller, Faye Rivenbark, Suzanne Fretz. Third row: Lee Giles, Barbara Harris, and Grace Miller.
Mr. Dan E. Vornholt is the director and is assisted by Miss Ruth Graber, who conducts the freshman women.
East Carolina Playhouse
The East Carolina Playhouse has as its purpose to encourage dramatic arts and give students of the college an opportunity to participate in dramatic productions and education- al and cultural worth. All students may become members by participating in one major or two workshop productions, by being voted upon by the Players as eligible for membership, and by paying an initiation fee. All students eligible for participation in productions must have an average of "3" and the written consent of their advisors.
VICE PRESIDENT-Kenneth West
RECORDING SECRETARY Jackie McDaniel
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY .. Marcia Forbes TREASURER ... Lloyd Bray, Jr.
"The State of the Union" Cast
James Conover BOB TYNDALL
Spike MacManus BILL DIXON
Kay Thorndyke MARGARET STARNES
Grant Matthews JEFFREY LYNN
Norah PATSY BAKER
Mary Matthews BOBBIE HARRELL
Stevens TOMMY HULL
Bellboy ... A. B. BENFIELD
Waiter JIMMY WALTON
Sam Parrish AL CARR
Swenson J. C. DUNN
Judge Alexander LLOYD BRAY, JR.
Mrs. Alexander ALICE HORNE
Jenny MARCIA FORBES
Mrs. Draper SYLVIA RUSTON
William Hardy JULIUS MARTIN
Senator Lauterbach HENSON BARNES
Three Union Members LARRY CRAVEN, DELANO
DRIVER, PAUL DARDEN
Lloyd Bray. Jr. as Judge Alexander and Jeffrey Lynn as Grant Matthews exchange greetings by a warm handshake in the last act of the play.
Another secene taken from the last act shows James Conover ( Bob Tyndall), Jenny (Marcia Forbes), Stevens (Tommy Hull), Spike MacManus (Bill Dixon), .Mrs. Alexander (Alice Horn), Grant Matthews (Jeffrey Lynn), and Mary Matthews (Bobbie Harrell).
Members of the cast, including Jeffrey Lynn and Dr. J. A. Withey pose for picture after one of their three presentations.
PASSING COMMENTS "State of the Union," by Howard Lindsay and Russel Grouse, was directed by Dr. J. A. Withey. Bud Herring was stage manager and Lloyd Bray, Jr., technical director.
A large number of students and faculty members worked extremely hard to make the presentations a success. The entire staff enjoyed and appreciated Jeffrey Lynn's being on the campus and taking the lead role in the play. His professional ability and personal . talent blended with the talents of our own East Carolina students made "State of the Union" one of the most successful productions ever sponsored by the East Carolina Play- house.
V. scene in Matthews' hotel room shows the waiter (Jimmy Walton), Mrs. Matthews, [enny. and James Conover as Mr. Matthews, a prospective presidential candidate, and Mr. Conover discuss vital campaign issues.
Another scene from "State of the Union" shows Mr. Conover, the bellboy (A. B. Benfield), and Mr. and Mrs. Matthews.
It looks as though some constructive planning might be in process .
Members of the East Carolina Play- house gather in disguise in front of Cotten Hall on the night before "State of the Union" begins its series of presentations. As was realized by this group, advertising does "pay off."
THE E. C. PLAYHOUSE WORKSHOP PLAYS
In the Workshop Program members of the East Carolina Playhouse gain experience which develop their creative abilities and enables them to make a more significant contribution to the major productions. Directors, actors, and technicians work together under limited supervision to produce some of the most exciting drama of the year. Play selec- tion, casting, directing, advertising, make-up, and scene construction become entirely a student responsibility. Workshop productions this year have included Overtones, The Mon- key's Paw, Mooncalf Mugford, A Cup of Tea, The Stronger, Riders to the Sea, and Gone Tomorrow.
Alice Home and Margaret Starnes in a scene from The Stronger by August Strindberg. a monologue with two silent actors.
An arena production of The Frizzly Hen, a new play by Ann 1 set in a New Orleans locale.
Mary Rose Robertson and Mary Orr consider a problem in The Frizzly Hen
Azalea Princess '56
Summer School Queen 56
Mr. Pinkney Young
As a tribute to a popular and attractive boy on our campus, the annual staff voted for a BUCCANEER King to be featured in the yearbook. From a list of ten boys, Pinkney Young of Washington, North Carolina, was chosen by the group to represent the stu
dent body as annual king.
Homecoming Sweethearts for Boys' Dorms
Miss Umstead Hall
Miss Slay Hall
Day Student and Senior Dorm Homecoming Sponsors
Miss Day Student
Miss Garrett Hall
Sophomore and Dorm Favorites
Miss Wilson Hall
Miss Jarvis Hall
Miss Fleming Hall
Miss Cotten Hall
Miss Woman's Hall
Miss Ragsdale Hall
Freshman Dorm Favorites
May Queen and Attendant
Barbara Strickland Barbara Foley
To be a college marshal has always been considered an honor. Marshals are representatives of the college at public functions, especially at commence- ment, and the success of such occasions can be definitely affected by the way in which marshals serve.
Marshals must have an average of not less than "3." They are elected by a vote of the student body on the basis of their dignity and personality. The chief marshal is elected by a majority of all the marshals after the election.
It is very definitely an honor to be chosen as a marshal, and the student body is very appreciative of the fine work that these girls maintain.
Betty Jo Butts
Mr and Mrs Student Teacher'56
Carolyn Lowder Ronnie Rose
Who's Who among American Colleges and Universities
The outstanding achievements these thirty-four seniors are recognized because of their outstanding leadership and academic ability in their college careers. In acknowledgement of these qualities, these students have been accredited the honor of representing our school in WHO'S WHO AMONG STUdenNTS in AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.
A. C. E. President....S.G.A. Historian
Intramural Activities Director
Sigma Pi Alpha President
Junior and Sophomore class officer ... Pi Omega Pi
Circle K President . . . Homecomin Committee Chairman
Handbook Committee Chairman S.G.A.
Phi Sigma Pi President ... Chi Beta Phi Vice President
Y.W.C.A. President . . . Home Economics
West Garrett President . . . Kappa Delta Pi
Senior Class President . . . Alpha Pi Omega
Wesley Foundation President . . Y.W.C.A. Secretary
Football . . . Siffma Rho Phi
S.G.A. President . . . Junior Class President
Chairman of Women's Judiciary , Spanish
Math ... Chi Beta Phi
S.G.A. Treasurer . . . Chairman of Budget Committee
Pi Omega Pi President . . . N.C. F.B.L.A. Treasurer
Pi Omega Pi Vice President . . . Inter-religious Council
N.C. F.B.L.A. President . . . President of Wesley Foundation
College Union Student Board President . . . Primary Education
Kappa Delta Pi President . . . B.S.U. Activities
EAST CAROLINIAN Editor . . . Creative Writers
Chairman of Elections Committee . . . Delta Sigma Pi
Music . . . Sigma Alpha Iota
Ann Randolph Brooks
Grammar Education . . . Tau Sigma
E.C.C. Playhouse . . . Men's Day Council President
English . . . Sigma Pi Alpha
Thomas E. Ruffin Jr.
Pi Omega Pi . . . F.B.L.A.
Not pictured: June Quinn and Barbara Tucker
Kappa Delta Pi Treasurer . . . E.C.C. Playhouse
Chi Beta Phi President . . .
Phi Sigma Pi
PRESIDENT ...... Fred Davenport
VICE PRESIDENT......Gus Manos
TREASURER......Thomas Ruffin, Jr.
First row, left to right: Fred Davenport, Gus Manos, Jesse W. Vick, Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr. Second row: Fred Sexton, Greenville Banks, Jr. and Ken Royal.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The YMCA at East Carolina was organized in the spring of 1939. Membership is open to all male students regardless of creed, nationality, or race. The purpose of the YMCA 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.
VICE PRESIDENT......Ann Lassiter
First row, left to right: Betsy Willson, Tanya Anderson, Nellie Ward, Violette Parham. Second row: Neel Dupree, Ann Lassiter, Ann Mayo, Lillian Griffin. Third row: Lorraine Cullom, Marie Lamm, Annette Capps, Jean Har- gett, Janet Fletcher, Martha Ann Johnson. Fourth row: Margaret Geddie, Carolyn Merritt, Martha M. Johnston, Jinnell Whaley, Barbara Taylor, Carole Carr, Joy Harris.
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Any woman student who will support the YWCA and its principles may become a member. Its purpose states: "We unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God." The "Y" has become a symbol of worship, recrea- tion, and good fun for all who wish to participate. Special holiday services, as well as the regular Vesper services, which the YWCA joins with the YMCA in sponsoring, have become traditions on the campus.
The Future Business Leaders of America was organized for the purpose of fostering interest in the business occupation and in business teaching, to acquaint the students of the Business Education Department with one another, and to work together for the mutual interest and benefit of its mem- bers and of the Business Education Department as a whole.
The officers of the F. B. L. A. are pictured on the first row from left to right and include Lorraine Sutton, President; Janice Rhem, Corresponding Secretary; Jean Hargett, Vice President; Council Jarman, Treasurer; Betty Daniels, Reporter; and Thomas E. Ruff in, Reporter.
The Science Club was organized on the campus in 1934 and during that year became certified with the Student Science Club of America. The object of the Science Club is to stimulate and promote a broader interest in the scientific fields and to bring together the students interested irt the field of science.
First row, left to right: Elizabeth Ann Bowman, Mac Lancaster, Wade Ward, Durwood White, Winnie Ruff in, Pam Taylor, Thelma Strickland, and Ann Medlin. Second row: Dot Branch, Emily Gunter, Margaret Conyers, Feme Highsmith, Sally Otta- way, Carolyn Rose Massengill, Robert T. Smith, Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr., Bill Smith, Glenn Ross, and Jackie Wilkins. Third row: Frances Dawson, Patsy Walters, Margaret Powell, Sarah Upchurch, Olivia Thompson, Peggy Lou Stewart, Julius Martin, Fredric Robertson, William Pergerson, Harold Jackson, and Kenneth Crocker. Fourth row: Richard Leonard, Horace Rose, Purvis Boyette, Kenneth Smith, Jack Cherry, Hal Leeuwenburg, David Roseweaver, Jimmy Woodall, Ralph Lamm, and A. C. Hinton, Jr.
Officers of the Club include Richard Leonard, President; Glen Ross, Vice President; and Emily Gunter, Secretary-Treasurer.
The English Club has as its aim to promote the cause of good English on the campus, to further interest in good literature, and to afford a measure of social intercourse among the English majors and minors.
First TOW, left to right: Jean Littleton, Joyce Norris, Rae Winstead, Treasurer; Florence Baker, President; Dr. J. D. Allison, Miss Lois' Grisby, Dr. Lucile Turner, Mary Flynn, Jean Moorefield, Janice Mitchell. Second row: Lacye Harris, Peggy Stewart, Martha Johnston, Joyce Pierce, Dot Taylor, Alice Home, Betty Gaylord, Frances Owen, Nancy Brown. Third row: Ann Johnson, Jimmy Walton, June Miller, Jerry Mills, Beth McCollum, Hilda Roberts, Frances Hughes, Nancy Spain, Joanne Smith, Sally Garden, Barbara Jenkins.
We the members of the Creative Writers organized our club to learn what we can about writing and markets to find and develop creative ability in whatever field the "writer" may find himself to talk about literary trends until we know them and understand them and to find an outlet with congenial friends for ideas and fictions and all that may become "literature" we meet once a month now for this purpose and have fun
Left to right: Ralph Lamm, Purvis Boyette, Jimmy Walton, Jimmy Ferrell, Billy Arnold, Martha Wilson, Jan Raby, and Dr. Martha Pingel.
The Veteran's Club is a social organization for all ex-servicemen interested in furthering friend- ships and performing 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 adjustment. One of the most outstanding contributions of the Veteran's Club to the campus was the presentation and dedi- cation of the Victory Bell.
First TOW, left to right: Joseph Mason, Charles Elgin, Robert Harrison. Second row: James Jones, Charles Rhodes, John Edwards, Dr. Carl Adams. Third row: A. C. Hinton, Robert Needs, Mac Manning, Thomas James, Jack Neilson. Fourth row: Marshal Baines, William Desern, Stacy Rhodes, George Bailey, Edward Dalton.
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT......Jack Edwards
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT......Richard Conder
PROGRAM CHAIRMAN .. Lesle King
LOAN FUND CHAIRMAN......Jack Yates
ADVISOR......Dr. Carl Adams
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 students of the Industrial Arts Department of E. C. C. 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.
Future Teachers of America
The Robert H. Wright chapter of the Future Teachers of America endeavors to promote interest in the teaching profession and to acquaint young people with the history, ethics, and programs of the North Carolina Education Association and the National Education Association.
PRESIDENT ,, Joann Ashley
VICE PRESIDENT .,. Peggy Mangum CORRESPONDING SECRETARY -.
_ JoAnn DeBruh]
TREASURER Kenneth Wynne
PRESIDENT NORTH CAROLINA
DISTRICT Dorris Bryan
' iejt to right: Peggy Mangum, Vice President; Joann Ashley, President; Doris Bryan, President (N. C. i^-init . Standing: Allie Mae Barnes, Elderee Gore, JoAnn DeBruhl, Corresponding Secretary; Kenneth Wynne, Treasurer.
VICE PRESIDENT......Ruth Turnage
TREASURER......Betty Smith Turner
Home Economics Club
The Home Economics Club of East Carolina College, an affiliate of the North Carolina Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association, has the same purpose as these two clubs. It places special emphasis upon the promotion of a greater interest in the field of Home Economics, international fellow- ship and the provision of means by which students may develop in leadership and initiative.
first TOW, left to right: Elizabeth Roberts, Elaine Coulter, Earlene Culipher, Virginia Mumford, Shirley Buchan, Ann Couch, Carolyn Briley, Helen Marshbourne, Janet Powell, Paige Lilley, Bonnie Carraway, Nancy Whitley, Secretary; Eugenia White, Ruth Turnage, Vice President; Betty Turner, Treasurer; Lou Ann Rouse, Jean Ruston, Marilyn Hill, Hannah Nelson, Patricia Turner. Second row: Kay Howell, Loretta Walters, Hannah Neal, Shirley Eure, Charlotte Jones, Phyllis Corbett, Nancy Morgan, Treva Hall, Jenny Johnson, Nancy Willis, Janet Wall, Georgia Badgett, Betty Willson, Betty Dameron, Violette Parham, Mavis Gilchrist, Eleanor Stephenson, Becky Gaylord, Lillian Moore, Emma Stephens, Bryan Herring. Third row: Nina Perkins, Barbara Helms, Mary Lee Hatem, Nancy Brown, Betty Gilbert, Doris Parker, Wilda Young, Jean Slaughter, Ann Lassiter, Lilah R. Gaut, Advisor; Joyce Worsley, Teeny Hill, Polly Kearney, Frances Williamson, Neel Dupree, Sarah Bryson, Janet Heath, Rachel Purcell, Sara Asbell, Nellie Baucom. Fourth row: Jean Russel, Lela Harris, Sharon Daughtry, Edna Phillips, Margie Price, Carrie Sykes, Glennie Ellis, Glenda Harris, Barbara Whichard, Ardelia Harper, Nancy Clay, Rose Pressley, Betty Calhoun, Margaret Andrews, Jane Johnson, Carol Rouse, Betty Edwards, Joyce Gwaltney, Faye McLeod, Evelyn Dixon. Fifth row: Annette Alcock, Frances Mallison, Martha Ann Bowers, Hilda Jean Barker, Johnise Hardesty, Ann McLaurin, Ann Barnacascel, Dot Mozingo, Peggy Quincey, Doris King, Peggy Spruill, Margaret Harris, Betty Lee, Edna Fitzgerald, Nona Cone, Shirley Smith, June Humphrey, Betty Lou Martin, Shirley Hargrove, President; Eleanor Tetterton, Barbara Sugg. Sixth row: Shirley Markham, Mozelle Bass, Sonja Newsome, Mattie Harris, Sue Lassiter, June Brinn, Nancy Keith, Maxine Keel, Beverly Stewart, Eugene Hayman, Sue Randolph, Rose Waters, Juanita Minshew, Arminta Minshew, Ruth Boseman, Mary Keeter, Ernestine Nichols, Jeanette Farrell, Bessie McNiel. Seventh row: Mrs. Gertrude Soderling, Miss Mabel Daugherty, Miss Ruth Lambie, Geraldine Liverman, Geneva Hinson.
Association for Childhood Education
The members of the Association for Childhood Education agree to work together to increase professional knowledge, to promote a more general understanding of the value of early childhood education, and to cooperate with all who work for the betterment of early childhood education. All students interested in the welfare of children are invited to become members of the A. C. E.
First Row, left to right: Mary Keene, Rebecca Knight, Dorothy Mitchell, Sandra Boone, Gayle Dunn, Marie Lamm, Marjorie Tingen, Sylvia Long, Dorothy Minshew, Rebecca Turner, Anna Leggett, Irma Leggett, Jackie Davis, Mary Sanderson, Jean Miller, Hilda Morris, Janelle Wilson, Laura Daniels, Shirley Lewis, Lorraine Cullom, Barbara Lancaster, Barbara Taylor, Barbara Davenport, Ahce Thornton. Second row: Dorothy Collier, Peggie Smith, Carolyn Jackson, Joan Davis, Patsy Allman, Caroline Harvey, Elaine Smith, Jackie Shaw, Joan Eason, Patricia Quinn, Jean Gore, Ann Tucker, Jane Young, Pat Cope, Margaret Burden, Nancy Parker, Jo Allen Brown, Barbara Corbett, Betty G. Rose, Doris Moore, Joyce Koon, Alma Hardi- son. Third row: Clare Robbie Hinten, Ann Cooke, PhylHs Finger, Lillian Griffin. Pat Alston, Carolyn Crawley, Eleanor Jones, Becky Warren, Phyllis Poole, Patricia Jones, Jonnie Simpson, Barbara Whitehurst, Delores Ford, Patsy Nicholson, Pat Lewis, Nancy Boyd, Annie Ellen, Gail McSwain, Rae Britt, Nancy Lowry, PaWilson, Eleanor Bowden. Fourth row: Mayola Campen, Barbara Blanton, Wilma Harris, Dorothy Laughinghouse, Kristi Pendergraft, Lena Kay McLemore, Gail Cox, Margaret Marshall, Janet Ross, Betty Mobley, Peggy Savage, Barbara Morton, Pearl Tyndall, Edna Shaw, Diana Mabry, Charlotte Strickland, Emily Gunter, JoAnn DeBuhl, Dr. Eva Williamson, Kenneth Whnne, Peggy Whitehurst, Eliza- beth Leary, Phyllis House, Marjorie Clements.
A group of young men and women with one common interest meet monthly to hear and discuss library materials and problems. Their objects and aims are to encourage more students to go into the field of library science. This year's projects include book reviews of campus movies, master schedule of meetings of campus clubs, and inventory of campus audio-visual materials.
Seated, left to right: Dr. Mildred Southwick, Advisor; Mary Neale, Secretary -Treasurer; Nancy Spain, Vice President; Billie Faye Evans, President; Gwen- dolyn McClamroch, Reporter; Mrs. Crenshaw, Advisor. Stand- ing: Barbara Sue Oldham, Nancy Jane Vick, Jane Carroll, Anne Shelton, Carolyn Merritt, Betty Williamson, Mrs. Thelma Turnage, Mary Simmons, Patricia Mumford.
The Art Club was organized to stimulate outside interest in art. Its members, limited to art majors and minors, have excellent opportunities to hear guest speakers and to visit special art exhibits.
Kneeling, left to right: Nora Willis, President; Sydna Cash, and Ann Hughes. Second row: Sara Matthews, Sarah Murphy. Lois Winslow, Shirlee Smith, Barbara Lounsbury, Rachell Howell, Janet Mitchell, Evelyn Walston, Janice Hilburn, Nell Freeman, Nancy Lilley.
The Art Department "adopted" two new members this year-Dr. Wellington Gray, new head of the department and William Persick. Left to right:Dr. Gray, John Gordon, Mr. Persick, and Frances Neel.
Mr. William Persick prepares plaster for a new sculptural piece
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.
"TH^. 'Detto<:^t(Zt Sfiea^
First row, left to right: Bobby Hall, President; Irma Leggett, First Vice President: Dr. Catherine Stokes, Sponsor; Beth Lanchse, Treasurer; Clark Taylor, Executive Committee. Second row: Bobby Young, Second Vice President- Thomas Davis, Parliamentarian; Donald Jones, Executive Committee, Dan Yanchenson, Secretary. Not pictured: Clark Wells, Execu- tive Committee.
Mr. Democrat Speaker Rayburn high- lighted the year for the young Democrats by visiting and speaking at East Carolina. Left to right: Gov. Luther Hodges and Speaker Sam Rayburn.
RESIDENT...... Michael Themides
VICE PRESIDENT.......(Mrs.) Loretta Lewis
The club is open to all Physical Education majors or minors and all interested in health, physical education and recreation. It has already been of great assistance to those preparing to enter the field of Physical Education and has helped to promote more interest in Physical Education on campus. A great many of the members were not present for the picture.
first TOW, left to right: Sylvia Beasley, Jo Evans, Peggy Davis, Ella Tyson, Carole Williams. Loretta Lewis. Second row: Eddie Dennis, Walter A. Hasty, Jr., Leora Holland, Patricia Dunn, Ted Chappell. Third row: Henry Meares, Boyd Greeson, Jimmy Walton, Harry Archer, Doris Shamel.
Through the Math Club meetings, the members gain a better understanding of mathematics and share new ideals about it. The monthly programs consist of puzzles, trick problems, and guest speak- ers who emphasize the importance of math in today's civilization.
First row, left to right: Sue Flanagan, Louise Fitzgerald, Dr. Scott, Miss Williams, Dr. Monk, Bobby Herring,
Feme Highsmith. Second row: Martha Branch, Carolyn Fulghum, Joilet Autry, Olivia Thompson, Cynthia James,
Barbara Sue Oldham, Bobbie McDaniel. Third row: Bob Raynor, Clinton Davis, Fredric Robertson, Richard Uzzell, Elbert Pritchard, Jim Roberson.
VICE PRESIDENT......Ferne Highsmith
SOCIAL CHAIRMAN......Sue Flanagan
The Circle K Club
The Circle K Club is an outstanding organization for men at East Carolina College. Sponsored by the Greenville Kiwanis Club, the group on campus is one of the leading Circle K Clubs in the country. Members are chosen for their above average leadership, citizenship, and scholarship.
First row, left to right: J. B. Nichols, Lem Cox, Eddie Dennis, and Gus Manos. Second row: Bucky Monroe, Curtis Hendrix, Dave Carson, Eddie Harris, Murel Teachy, Frank Moore, and Joe Pierce. Third row: Charles Sioussat, Mack Cherry, Bubba Driver, Paul Singleton, Robert Jackson, Charles Simmons, and O'Brien Edwards.
CIRCLE K OFFICERS
PRESIDENT......J. B. Nichols,
VICE PRESIDENT......Lem Cox
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dave Carson,
Murle Teachey, Eddie Harris, Bill Helms:
The Circle K Officers include, from left to right: Lem Cox, Vice President; . Nichols, President; Eddie Dennis, Secretary, and Gus Manos, Treasurer; The Board of Directors are not pictured with the officers.
This is a scene taken from the Circle K Variety Show. The beautiful actresses are all members of the Circle K.
Men's and Women's Day Student Councils
The Women's Day Student Council along with the Men's Day Student Council compose the Day Student Committee. The main objective of this committee is to promote the general welfare of students residing off campus.
Seated: Billy Arnold, Vice President; Bobby Conway, Presi- dent. Standing: Charles Rhodes, Secretary-Treasurer; Steve Wilkerson, Jay Robbins, Preston Jarvis.
Seated: Elizabeth Odham, Secretary-Treasurer; Alice Flye, President; Dot Branch, Vice President. Standing: Carolyn Tripp, Joanna Hardee, Rachel Steinbeck, Artemis Kares.
For the first time in the school's history, an Intramural Council was formed whose purpose is "To promote intramural sports as a means of recreation for all eligible men of East Carolina College." With the help of Coach Ray Martinez, the Intramural Program became highly successful.
Sealed, left to right: William F. Floyd, Vice President; Bucky Monroe, President; Lemuel Cox, Student Director. Standing: Geiirge Joyner, Eddie Harris, \^'illiam McArthur, Herby DeStout, Bermey Stevens, Joe Musgrave, William Tugwell,
College Union Organization
The College Union serves as the "living room" of the campus. The union is more than a building; it is an agency for recreating and service. In the Fall of 1954, the present College Union was opened. It consists of the Book Store, Stationery Store, Soda Shop and the Recreation Area. The College Union Student Board consists of elected officers and committee chairmen who act in advisory capacity on programming in the Rec- reation Area of the College Union. The committee membership is made up of interested students who volunteer to help initiate and execute activities and services for the entire student body.
First row, left to right: Jack Beaman, Greenville Banks, Jr., Rachael Lang, Norma Jean Siler, Decoma Byrd, Damaris Ross, Sally McKay, William J. Slot, and Eddie Dennis. Second row: Lavisa Chrisnian, Miss Cynthia Mendenhall (Director), Sarah Matthews, Barbara Atkins, Diana Johnson, Mary Lou Dickens, Jerry McDaniel, Barbara Faircloth, Mavis Gilchrist, Becky Warren, Marion Evans. Blair Roper, Barbara Lindley, Jeanette Mclntyre, Hilda Bowman. Third row: Betty. Thomas, Charles Simmons, Buddy Mangumn, Janet Hodges, Betty Jean Garrett, Florence Baker, Irma Leggett, Barney Strut- ton, Bobby Nunn, Fred Robertson, George Bowers, Dot Taylor, Bobby Patterson.
COLLEGE UNION STUDENT BOARD
CHAIRMAN MUSIC AND DANCE
CHAIRMAN SOCIAL COMMITTEE
......Norma Jean Siler
CHAIRMAN GAMES COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN HOUSE COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN FINE ARTS
CHAIRMAN SPECIAL PROJECTS
COLLEGE UNION STUDENT BOARD
First row, left to right: Miss Cynthia Mendenhall (Director), Damaris Ross, William J. Slot, Decoma Byrd, and Mrs. Fagan (Assistant Director). Second row: Greenville Banks, Jr., Eddie Dennis, Rachael Lang, Sally McKay, Norma Jean Siler, Charles Simmons, and Jack Beaman.
Decoma Byrd, Fred Roberson, and Bill Slot attend College Union Convention at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.
Greenville Banks, Jr.
Willa Rae Bowen
Mary Willis Cain
Betty Mae Freeman
Barbara Ann Holliday
Bobby R. Hoover
Elizabeth Ann Hylton
DOROTHY C. McCOY
PRESIDENT......Greenville Banks, Jr.
VICE PRESIDENT......Martha Ann Johnson
SECRETARY.......Willa Rae Bowen
ASSISTANT SECRETARY......Betty Mae Freeman
TREASURER......Bobby R. Hoover
ASSISTANT HISTORIANS......Council Jarman
Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey Miss Lena C. Ellis Dr. Bernadine Meyer
"Thunderbird"? . . . Ys, the prettiest buggy that carried the loveliest sweetheart in the homecoming parade. And look who chauffeured it - Council Jarman. Who else would be permitted to drive Miss Potter's "putter" . . .
Martha Ann Johnson
Margaret Ann Mellon
Faye Newton Joan Ramseur
- Janet Register
^ Janice Rhem
^ Don Ricketts
Thomas E Ruffin Jr.
Barbara Jean Smith
Peggy Vause Spence
Barbara Jean Sutton
Mary Grey Tart
I. K. Williamson
BETA KAPPA CHAPTER PI OMEGA PI
Pi Omega Pi is an honorary fraternity for students majoring in business education. Its primary aims are to promote scholarship in business education, to aid in civic betterment, to encourage high ethical standards in business. Beta Kappa Chapter has been acclaimed twice as the outstanding Pi Omega Pi chapter in the country.
PI OMEGA PI-FBLA HOMECOMING FLOAT
Lou Ann Rouse
Betty Jo Butts
William F. Rorie
Elma J Stephens
BETTY JO BUTTS Homecoming Sweetheart
Alpha chapter of the Tau Sigma was organized in the spring of 1955. The purpose of this fraternity is to give students an opportunity to explore the field of education, to supplement class- room work with practical experience, and to meet situations which they will be faced with later in actual teaching.
Students with a three average in the educational field and with an interest in public education may have their names submitted to the fraternity for membership.
VICE PRESIDENT......Julian Ford
RECORDING SECRETARY......Margaret Frye
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY......Wilma Blue
ADVISOR......Dr. Judson White
PHI SIGMA PI
The Tau chapter of the Phi Sigma Pi national honorary fraternity was founded at East Carolina College in 1929. The basic principles of this fraternity are fellowship, leadership, and scholarship.
The fraternity sponsors the annual Sweetheart Ball, a Christmas party. Homecoming Banquet, Founder's Day Banquet, and awards a plaque to an outstanding male in the senior class.
To become a member of Phi Sigma Pi fraternity, a student must have at least a "2" average in all courses taken at E. C. and must be at least of sophomore standing. He is voted on by the active members of the fraternity by secret ballot when he is first considered for membership, and then voted upon again after the completion of initiation. Not only must a person have a "2" average, but he must also possess qualities of leadership and fellowship.
PRESIDENT......Horace L. Rose, Jr.
VICE PRESIDENT......Mack Edmondson
SECRETARY......Lloyd Bray, Jr.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY......Eddie Dennis
HISTORIAN Edd Outland
ADVISOR......Dr. Richard C. Todd
Phi Sigma Pi
PATRICIA ANN EVERTON Homecoming Sweetheart
Lloyd Bray, Jr.
A. C. Hinton
Horace L. Rose, Jr.
LINDA WHICHARD Homecoming Sweetheart
William E. Anderson
William D. Desern
Richard T. McIntyre
Clifton A. Gaskins
Harry B. Gerock
Charles M. Rhodes
Kenneth L. Howard
Robert S. Hyatt
James W. Johnson
Francis E. Lilley
DELTA SIGMA PI
Delta Zeta Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was organized to foster the study of business at East Carolina College; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the* community.
Only those male students regularly enrolled in the university school, college, or department of commerce and business administration, or pursuing pre-commerce and business administration subjects; of good moral character, who comply with the ritual and laws of the fraternity; and who are elected to membership by unanimous secret ballot are qualified for membership.
Arthur F. Bodkin
Lloyd J. Bray, Jr.
Lloyd R. Chason
Robert T. Crumpler
David E. Doolittle
Robert A. Ellwanger
Robert T. Fleming
Zeta Psi Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfornia, formed on the campus February 19, 1954, is now completing its second year of existence.
The aims and purposes of the fraternity are fourfold: to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty of the Alma Mater.
This year's activities include: sponsorship of an annual program open to the public, composed of- music by American Composers; an annual Spring Dance, and participation in and contribution to all Music Department functions.
VICE PRESIDENT......George Knight, Jr.
TREASURER......Ralph Shumaker, Jr.
ALUMNI SECRETARY......Bill Speight
HISTORIAN......Lloyd Bray, Jr.
PARLIAMENTARIAN......Frankie Keaton, Jr.
FACULTY ADVISOR......Mr. Herbert Carter
Wallace L, Giles
Lindsay E, Jones
George W. Knight, Jr.
Charles K. Lovelace
John D. Lowery
Milton T. Mann
Linwood D. Pittman
James A. Piver, Jr.
William M. Sexton
Frederick A. Shehdan
Ralph B. Shumaker, Jr.
William P. Speight
Walter J. Stell, III
PEGGY BULLOCK Homecoming Sweetheart
Jay B. Nichols
Dock G. Smith
Jeter P. Taylor
Wiley B. Teal
Alton W. Whaley
Alpha Pi Omega
The Alpha Pi Omega fraternity was founded in 1951 by former Boy Scouts who were interested in doing service to the college through a spirit of brotherhood. The highlight of each year's activity is the annual White Ball held during Christmas season on the campus.
Qualifications for membership are based on records of former activities in scouting and interest in serving school, scouting, and fellow members through brotherhood and service. Membership is open to students in all departments who are in- terested in serving the school.
PRESIDENT......Jimmy Lee Johnson
VICE PRESIDENT......Harlon Mosley
RECORDING SECRETARY......Jay B. Nichols
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY......Eddie Harris
SOCIAL CHAIRMAN......Sonny Walker
ALUMNI SECRETARY......Wiley B. Teal
ADVISOR......Mr. Jim Butler
BETTY ANN BURNHAM Homecoming Sweetheart
KAPPA DELTA PI
The Eta Chi Chapter of Kappa Deha Pi was founded at East Carolina College in June 1953. it is an Honor Society in Education and therefore imits its membership to those juniors and seniors vho have a 1.5 average and nine hours of education.
The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. To this end, it invites to membership juch persons as exhibit commendable qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship.
VICE PRESIDENT......Fan Green
SECRETARY......Margaret Ann Mellon
REPORTER-HISTORIAN Eunice Castellow
Kappa Delta Pi
Sara P. Brooks
Margaret A. Mellon
Kenneth L. Smith
N. T. Aydlett
PHI KAPPA ALPHA
The Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity was organized March 20, 1956. The service aims of the fraternity are to award a scholarship to an outstanding actor and actress of the College Playhouse. Other aims of the fraternity are to encourage more college spirit, to foster friendship, and to develop leadership.
The Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity has taken part in several projects. It ushered at the spring graduation; sponsored a very successful dance, the Autumn Leaves Ball; sponsored two cheerleaders; and took part in the Homecoming parade.
Vice President......Mac Lancaster
Chaplain......N. T. Aydlett
Social Chairman......Dick Collier
Assistant Treasurer.......Thomas Gainer
DORIS SHAMEL Homecoming Sweetheart
J. C. Smith
Ernest L. Yarborough
B. F. Goodall
PAT SMITH Homecoming Sweetheart
Kappa Sigma Nu
The Kappa Sigma Nu fraternity is in its sophomore year at East Carolina College. This is a local fraternity, and its membership is open to all men students who meet the requirements for initiation.
The prime purpose and aim of Kappa Sigma Nu is to promote fellowship and mutual trust among its members, to uphold the traditions and ideals of the college, to encourage excellence in scholarship, and to inculcate in its members the highest ideals of manhood and good citizenship. Encouraging full student participation in all college activities has been the chief project of the fraternity this year.
V. V. Pritchard
Margaret Ann Griffin
Imogene Bland (corner)
Nancy Caldwell (across)
Dottie Jo James
Frances E. Johnson
Grace Miller (corner)
Peggy Ann Outlaw (across)
Martha Sue Pond
Jo Ann Sparks
Sigma Alpha Iota
BETA PSI CHAPTER
Beta Psi Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, National Professional Music fraternity for women, was organized in the spring of 1955. The main purpose of this fraternity is to further the development of American Music and to raise the standard of musical work among women.
PRESIDENT......Peggy Anne Outlaw
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT......Jo Ann Sparks
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT......June Crews
SECRETARY......Margaret Ann Griffin
DORIS M. BRYAN Homecoming Sweetheart
GAMMA THETA UPSILON
The Beta Iota Chapter was organized on he campus of East Carolina College in May, 955, with 32 charter members. It is the only chapter of the Gamma Theta Upsilon fraternty in North Carolina. During the school year 1955-56, the chapter had an active membership of 65.
Gamma Theta Upsilon came into existence in 1928. There are today 55 active chapters scattered throughout the United States and Mexico.
PRESIDENT......Wilfred H. Vance
VICE PRESIDENT......E. Everett Bennett
SECRETARY......Doris M. Bryan
Francis Oaks, Jr.
Ronald G. Sykes
Wilfred H. Vance
Glenn C. Woodard
John A. McPhall
Deryl L. Bateman
Rupert R. Bonner
Doris M. Bryan
Alice V. Bryant
Dwight A. Eatman
Charles E. Elgin
The Phi Omicron was organized at East Carolina College in April of 1952. It has set up as its long range goal the affiliation with a national home economics honorary fraternity.
The purpose of Phi Omicron is fourfold: to encourage interest and scholarship in home econom- ics; to aid in civic betterment at East Carolina; to encourage and foster high ethical standards in business and professional life; and, finally, to teach the ideal of service as the basis of all worthy enterprise through the development of personality, leadership, initiative, and poise in such a way as to lend distinction to the profession of home economics.
Among the year's special activities were helping with the Red Cross and Community Fund Drives, projects through the Welfare Depailment, monthly hot dog sales, a Christmas party, helping with the Home Economics Club bazaar, contributing to CARE, a field trip, and representation at the A.H.E.A. Convention.
VICE. PRESIDENT......Fan Green
BETSY WILLSON Homecoming Sweetheart
James L. Gearhart
James W. Gerock
Walter E. Johnson
Alpha Delta Tau
Alpha Delta Tau is an honorary Industrial Arts fraternity based on scholastic achievement in Industrial Arts and related fields. Its purpose is to recognize accomplishment, promote scholastic proficiency, and foster professional advancement in Industrial Arts.
ADVISOR......Dr. Kenneth L. Bing
COADVISOR......Dr. Charles G. Risher
Jasper D. Jones
Joe C. Lina
Donald E. Vickstrom
Henry M. Wheeler
Betty Lou Gaylord
Mary Ann Isles
Sigma Phi Alpha
To be a member of Sigma Phi Alpha, a person must have an average of "2" in foreign language courses and an average of "3" in other college courses.
ADVISORS Mrs. Marguerite A. Perry
Mr. James L. Fleming
Don Ricketts (corner)
Norma Jean Siler
SIGMA PI ALPHA
The objectives of Sigma Pi Alpha are to learn more about the geography, people, language, life, customs, history, industries, and culture of foreign coun- tries; to stimulate 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 knowledge of them.
Edward W. Baker, Jr.
Raymond A. Bass
Bertram N. Burris, Jr.
Tom M. Byrd
Max F. Cameron
Furman R. Doty
Marshall P. DuVal
William F. Floyd
William T. Gartman
Donald R. Graziano
Billy C. Helms
Lawson A. JaCkson
Fred C. James
Robert J. Johnston
Jesse B. Jones
George D. Joyner
PRESIDENT......Marshall P. DuVal
VICE PRESIDENT......Billy C. Helms
BUSINESS MANAGER......William F. Floyd
TREASURER......Lawson A. Jackson
RECORDING SECRETARY......Merle M. Teachey
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY......Tommy G. Nash
CHAPLAIN......George D. Joyner
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS......Pinkney B. Young
Sigma Rho Phi
Donald R. Larimore
Ira T. Land
James C. Madison
Earl L. Miller
Tommy G. Nash
Jim E. Parkins
Robert A. Patterson
Raymond B. Pennington
James A. Smith
Henry M. Stanley
Merle M. Teachey
Gerald W. Willis
Larry V. Wilson
Pinkney B. Young
SIGMA RHO PHI
Alpha chapter of Sigma Pho Phi, now in its sixth year on East Carolina College campus, has become a recognized and highly respected organization due to its services to the college and to the com- munity. This fraternity serves as a framework based upon high moral stand- ards and fellowship within the limits of which its brothers exert their abilities in the realms of democratic living; and from the beginning, the objectives and standards set forth in the constitution have made its members outstanding campus leaders.
Membership to Sigma Rho Phi is open to all male students of East Carolina College who meet the requirements set forth in the bylaws of its constitution.
Chi Beta Phi
A. C. Hinton, Jr.
Frederick C. Hint.
Horace L. Rose
Kenneth J. Smith
Jo Ann Warren
ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER
The Alpha Gamma chapter of Chi Beta Phi was organized at East Carolina in 1953. Its primary objective is the attainment of more knowledge and a better understanding of the world and the pro- motion of interest in science and mathematics. This objective is partly fulfilled by the chapter regulations requiring all senior members to present a research paper on some topic directly concerned with science or mathematics.
Qualifications for membership to Chi Beta Phi are: two quality points per hour on all science, math, and psychology courses; one and one half quality points per hour on all general subjects taken; candidates must have completed thirty quarter hours in science, math, and psychology combined; candidates must be at least third quarter sophomores; and candidates must have a marked in- terest in science.
Some of the outstanding activities are the sponsorship of an annual Christmas Banquet and the co-sponsorship of an annual Science Fair held here on campus. The fraternity members conduct special "coach classes" two nights a week to help other students in their science studies.
PRESIDENT......Kenneth J. Smith, Jr.
VICE PRESIDENT......Horace L. Rose
SECRETARY ...... Richard Leonard
SENIOR ADVISOR......Mr. R. M. Helms
JUNIOR ADVISOR......Dr. G. C. Everett
And so they hauled Western Carolina off the field . . .
Modern Football Field
Homecoming Big Event of Year
BALLGAME HALFTIME AND ELVIS
OUR OWN Mrs. North Carolina,
Wilson Hall decorates for Homecoming
Delta Sigma Pi Float
Wilson Hall Float
Pirate Treasure Map
Fleming decorates for Homecoming
Pi Omega Pi - FBLA Float
Dock Smith, President of S.G.A., escorts Miss Jane Carter to rostrum to be crowned 1956-57 Home-coming Queen.
Jarvis Hall decorates for Homecoming
Day Students' "Wandering Commuter'
Phi Sigma Pi Float
Go, Elvis, go!
And so was Homecoming
Even the cheerleaders "floated"
One of Elvis' Cadillacs
A new handshake
Y'aint nothing but a hound dog
Beauty and the Beasts
She's gotta new filling in her tooth
Never did like to play by myself
Looking down upon the stars
Woody Herman and his Fifth Herd
Each year an entertaining musical production is sponsored by the Student Government Association. The 1956 show, "Oklahoma" by Dr. Elizabeth Utterbackand Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert. After tryouts and many weeks of rehearsals, the show was ready for opening night. Even in the beginning, the newspapers rated the production as "excellent;" and during the three-night performances, many people were able to obtain tickets due to the over-flowed house.
Dr. Elizabeth Utterback and Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert did an excellent job in directing another first-rate show.
Stars of the show
Steve Farish and Frances Smith as Curly and Laurie co-starred in the production
Dottie Jo James and George Knight as Ado Annie and Will Parker stole the show.
Giggling Gertie (Barbara Harris) and the peddler, Ali Hakim (Jimmy Page)have just been "hitched."
Judd, the hired hand, and a neighbor stop to chat with Laurie and her Aunt.
Wanted! A girl.
It's the same "tale."
The Outcast of Poker Flat
Pretty as a Picture
The man from Mars...
U. S. Air Force ROTC
The Air Force ROTC was activated in 1948 at East Carolina College. Now in its ninth year, it is one of the college's best developed departments. It offers great opportunities to those young men desire to become pilots, navigators, or observers in the U.S. Air Force.
A varied program, well executed by a competent staff, provides the cadets with an interesting four-year course in the Reserve Officers Training Corps.
TECH. SGT. DALLAS V. MAHONEY
MASTER SGT. DAVID A. HORN
MAJ. EDWARD J. MALONEY
CAPT. GEORGE B. PATTERSON
LT. COLONEL LEWIS J. PARTRIDGE
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MASTER SGT. VERNON W. COLLINS
CAPT. JEAN CRANE
Cadet DrILL Team
Model Plane Club
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600th Cadet Group Staff
First row, left to right: Cadet Lt. Col. Lindley McFarland. Second row: Cadet Major W. P. Mc Arthur. Cadet Captain James Gearhart. and Cadet Captain R. O. Ballance. Third row: Cadet Captain J. R. Parker and Cadet Airman 1st James Edwards.
First row, left to right: Cadets Cecil P. Julian. Kenneth R. Williams. Bryan Harrison. Keith D. Dobhins. Jack W. Calhoun, James R. Holton. and John B. Dunn. Second row: Cadets William D. Ballance. William H. Peele, Albert L. Hurst. William A. Jones, and James H. Hudson. Third row: Cadets Grayden W. Tripp. Preston H. Cannon, Elihue P. Benton, and John Rawls. Inset: Bill Speight. Commander.
Drum and Bugle Corps
First row, left to right: Cadets Cecil P. Julian, Kenneth R. Williams, Bryan Harrison, Keith D. Dobbins, Jack W. Calhoun, James R. Holton, and John. B. Dunn. Second row: Cadets William D. Ballance, William H. Peele, Albert L. Hurst, William A. Jones, and James H. Hudson. Third row: Cadets Grayden W. Tripp, Preston H. Cannon, Elihue P. Benton, and John Rawls. Inset: Bill Speight, Commander
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61st Squadron Cadet Staff
Left to right: Cadet Captain James E. Phelps, Cadet Major Douglas L. Brown, and Cadet Master Sgt. Jackie Wilkins.
First row, left to right: Cadets J. T. Hamner, E. L, Whitfield, L. C. Johnson, A. W. Colwell, W. L. Edwards, L. B. Craven, G. C. Dyer, and C. E. Mills. Second row: Cadets W. 0. Meachman, R. L. Franck, A. A. DeStout, C. E. Hobby, R. C. Griffin. D. P. Bridge, and D. M. Biggs. Third row: Cadets W. K. Sykes, John J. Chapman, Gene T. Turner. C. M. Boyd, Carlton L. Tanier. and George T. Ipock.
First row, left to right: Cadets Eugene M. Brown, James E. Speight, Jack Sawyer. John W. Smith, Kenneth E. McLawhorn. Rodger J. Rogers. Henry A. Leeuwenburg, and William H. Wallace. Second row: Cadets Remus H. Edwards, Clyde C. Myrick. Donald L. Workman, James 0. Wartham, Phillip E. Stargardt. H. D. Herring, and Robert J. Manning. Third row: Cadets Lewis T. Gurkin, John West, Ike F. Riddick, Everett L. Norton, Charles T. Miller, and Millard Pitt.
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62nd Squadron Cadet Staff
Lett to right: Cadet Airman lt Donald W. Price. Cadet Master Sgt. Joseph M. Hoffman, Cadet 1st Lt. Dallas C. Dixon. Cadet Major Charles K. Lovelace. Cadet Captain Wallace L. Giles. Cadet Master Sgt. Eugene F. Olive, and Cadet Master Sgt. Jackson A. Henley.
First row, left to right: Cadets John P. Spoone, Osby S. Clark, Alpheus D. Banks, Charles A. Hollingsworth, Robert E. Jones. Larry G. Bailey, and Aaron A. Friedman. Second row: Cadets Harrell E. Mabe. Jasper D. Boyd. Dennis .Moore Connor, Harry J. Lawler. Gerald Drum, and George C. Dixon. Third row: Cadets Christopher G. Browning, Larry F. Culp, Hector A. Black, Amos D. Hardee, George L. Jackson, and Jackson A. Henley.
First row. left to right: Cadets Gary E. Treon. Paul .S. Oliver. Donald W. Price. Bobby S. Warren, William K. Worthington, Leslie M. Martin, Edvvard K. Whaley, and Robert L. Needs. Second row: Gene G. Mercer, James F. Watson, David A. Roseveare. Mike G. Riddick. Harold D. McCain. Thomas T. Turner. Charles M. Uzzell. and Thomas A. Farlow. Third row: Cadets Jack B. Koebberling. Wallace B. Lewis. Charles L. Shepard. Jimmie D. Spell, James E. Trice, James H. Mercer, Ronald Stephens, and William B. Page.
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First row, left to right: Cadets Paul Davenport. Thomas R. Gainer, William G. Flowers, Cedric M. Johnson, Thomas L. O'Neal, and Charles Hoffman. Second row: Cadets Edward Lee, Darrell W. Hurst, Stacy A. Wells, Edward J. Boado. and Roy D. West. Third row: Cadets Ed Stone, Melvin P. Edwards, James S. Fulford, and William E. Vinson.
63rd Squadron Cadet Staff
Left to right: Cadet Airman 1st Donald W. Price, Cadet Master Sgt. Wade H. Nixon, Cadet Captain Max L. Cameron, Cadet Lt. Charles W. McNeill, Cadet Major Roy Knight, Cadet Master Sgt. David E, Lane, Cadet Captain James W. Clark, and Cadet Master Sgt. John L. Gray.
First row, left to right: Cadets Roger H. Clark, Graham W. Mallard, Phillip R. Williams, Ernest M. Singletary, Kirby P. Branch, William W. Merritt. and Gordon E. Robinson. Second row: Cadets Joseph A. Pond, Ralph L. Zehring, Reubin D. Stocks, James 0. Deans, Kenneth H. Bryson, and Willard K. Baker. Third row: Cadets Carl E. Malpass, Luby E. Rouse, Robert L. Spense, and Thurman R. Hardee.
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Minus the services of many veteran performers due to graduation, Coach Jack Boone's fighting charges faced the season with visions of better days ahead. The season was one plagued with alarming injuries to vital men needed to operate a seasoned football team for East Carolina. Thus, frequently through the schedule, the young players were given much of the burden to carry. The earlier contests served as a preview of the powerful aggregations which the Buccaneers will field in the near future.
For the second straight year the Christians of Elon felt the sting of the dominating Pirate lash as they suffered a 19-7 setback. Even though the Pirates journeyed to unfamiliar ground on that occasion, the fiery winning spirit paved the way for victory.
Once again the old grads made their way back to College Stadium to see the latest edition of the Pirates of East Carolina. Under the capable leadership of quarterback Gary Mattocks, the Pirate gridders bested North State foe Western Carolina by a score of 20-19, as some 12,000 Homecoming fans roared their ap- proval. Motivated by the surge of spirit displayed by the large throng of spectators, the men of Coach Jack Boone responded with an enthusiastic drive that had been lacking in earlier contests during the season. The result was victory well-earned.
Another host of veterans will depart from the pigskin scene at the end of this season and their absence will be noticed by Pirate fans. Nevertheless, barring injuries, next year's edition should prove to be one of the most powerful teams under the tutelage of Coach Boone. The "youth movement" will be a year older - one which has had its share of experience.
Dick Cherry and Ray Pennington. Pirate co-captains, confer with Coach Boone on pre-game strategy.
Fullback George Slaughter heads for the sidelines for a well-earned rest.
Fleet Tommy Nash scores another thrilling T. D. for cheering Pirates.
A determined E. C. Pirates' Team fights its way for valuable yardage.
Western Carolina tacklers snare a trapped Pirate.
The Buccaneers stress conditioning prior to another big game.
Quarterback Dick Cherry is finally brought to a stop by a Norfolk Navy tackler.
Bob Lilley ends any scoring ideas in the mind of this Western Carolina back.
Maynard, HendirMjii. and Edwa practice at College Stadium.
prepare for another rigid pre-game
Dick Mund^ talie- 1., the an of his bruising line play.
Pennington and Dennis team to break reverse play by Norfolk Navy.
Charlie Hoover nurses an injury suffered at the hands of conference foe Western Carolina.
Gary Mattocks finds an opening and setS his sights on pay dirt.
Head Coach Boone maps strategy with coaches Smith and Mallory.
Norfolk Navy defenders try desperately to stop an East Carolina conversion attempt.
Standout back James Speight begins an end run against a pursuing group of Navy tacklers
Tommy Nash prepares to meet a Norfolk Navy player as James Faircloth approaches to assist his teammate.
Mattocks starts his favorite option play against the Catamounts of Western Carolina.
James Speight finds the going rough as Western Carolina defenders close in.
Ken Burgess starts off in pursuit of a Western Carolina speedster.
A Norfolk Navy tackier is given the stiff-arm by halfback Bobby Perry.
Flying Bobby Perry is brought to a stop by a host of enemy tacklers.
Maynard closes in on fleet Richmond back.
Fullback Maynard picks up the necessary yardage ror first down.
Guard Emory closes in from behind attempting to stop Spider pass play.
Fierce line play takes place in the East Carolina-Richmond fray.
Pirate tacklers bring enemy back to a halt.
First tow: Turner, Skeeter, Bishop, Mattocks, Zehring, Holland, Patterson, Pennington, Cherry, Perry, Henderson, Atkinson, Hanford, Speight, L. Lilley, Blair, Coach Mallory. Second row: Coach Boone, Trainer Brewer, Manager Dickens, Slaughter, Jones, Gay, Barnett. Hoover, Popov, Brooks, Larimore, Emory, Burgess, Waggoner, Monds, Overton, Holmes, Coach Smith, Matthews. Third row: Helms, Nash. B. Lilley. Clark, Wickizer, Beale, Chesson, Baltruse, Howell. Dennis, Helms, Guess, Edwards, Maynard. Faircloth.
Coach Jack Boone
The loss of senior star J. C. Thomas, plus the plight of finding the right team combination, gave Coach Howard Porter quite a lot to think about as the 1956-57 cage season began for East Carolina. Once again, the Purple and Gold offered a promising group of performers, but North State Conference opponents such as Lenoir Rhyne and Elon also boasted fine talent.
First blow of the young season came when the highly publicized home winning streak was broken at the hands of the Bears from Lenoir Rhyne. This defeat marked the end of a consecutive streak of fifty wins for the Pirates.
Among the veterans used by Coach Porter throughout the season were: captain Don Harris, forward Nick Nichols, guards Freddie James and Harold Ingram, and center Guy Mendenhall. To this group was added the likes of sophomores Charlie Adams and Joe Plaster.
Early season wins recorded by the Pirates included victories over Catawba, Guilford, and Appalachian in the conference and highly rated Belmont Abbey and McCrary in non-league play. Injuries to key players during the season helped slow down the Pirate cagers, but a strong reserve strength took up this slack.
Supported by a large turnout at each game played at Memorial Gymnasium, the Pirates exhibited some of their best displays of talent on the home court. As with previous teams under the tutelage of Coach Porter, the determined will to win was always present.
Mendenhall grabs another rebound for the Pirates.
First row: Coach Porter, Riddick, Adams, Ingram. James. Coach Smith. Second row: Dennis, Nichols, Lewis, Men- denhall, Plaster, Smothers, Hales, Harris.
Scrapiron James scores as two frustrated Eagle look on.
All-conference Harris makes another famous hook shot for a winning cause.
Mendenhall starts the Pirate fast break machine.
Forward Nick Nichols lets go of a soaring jump shot.
James lays up another goal.
Pirate activity under an enemy basket.
Harold Ingram jumps high to avoid a McCrary block
Captain Don Harris reaches high to block a Guilford scoring attempt.
olomons, Plaster, and Hales engage in some Mendenhall taps in a goal for the Purple and
ossession tactics. Gold.
Sophomore Charlie Adams drives in for a sc
It seems like Nichols can do no wrong againt the Eagles.
Roy Dennis makes a timely contribution to the Pirate victory drive.
Harris engages in a scramble under the basket.
A perfect shot, Harris in action.
Forward Harold Ingram seems a determined scorer.
High scoring Charlie Adams.
Joe Plaster adds a marker against visiting Eagles.
Mendenfaall prepares to make ail important block.
The Spider displays the feiry form he exhibited all season.
For the second consecutive year, the Pirate diamonders unleashed a brand of baseball which won them the North State Conference title. Combining timely hitting and strong pitching, the men of Coach Jim Mallory once again dominated league play to bring East Carolina the crown.
Pitching greatly aided the Pirate cause throughout the season. Such seasoned performers as Charlie Russell, Bill Loving, and Mac Cherry formed the core of the most feared mound staff in the North State. The clutch play in tight con- tests helped pave the way for the Pirates against a schedule which included the likes of Western Carolina, High Point, and Elon in conference competition and such a non-conference foe as Wake Forest.
The Pirates were a team surrounded with an extreme amount of pressure. Since the end of last season they had been picked to repeat as champions due to the returning segment of veterans and outstanding newcomers. With the realization of this challenge, Coach Mallory guided his Pirates in regaining the poise displayed in the previous campaign.
Next season will find the Pirates once again laden with an abundance of veteran and promising talent. The warnings have been posted for continued dominance on the part of East Carolina.
First TOW. Watts, Sanderson, Reep, Lilley, Baker, Stewart, Stevens, Zehring. Second tow: Treon, Lilley, Turner, Clark, Long, Russell, Lewis, Manager Ready. Third row: Harris, McPherson, Pennington, Loving, Smothers, Harkey, Cherry, Bowen.
Smothers, Sanderson, Stewart, and Reep, infielders of championship caliber.
Pennington, Turner, Lilley, Long, Clark, and Stevens, outfield strength in abundance.
Sharkey, Loving, Cherry, Russell, and Lilley, the Pirate pitching staff.
Catchers, Zehring, Bowen, and Watts.
Coach James Miller served his initial season as track coach for East Carolina and in the process guided the Pirates to the North State Conference championship. Blessed with a host of returning performers, the Pirate track team made shambles of the conference meet as they broke several records. Elon's Christians were a distant second as the cindermen avenged last year's close loss.
The consistent point makers for the Pirates were Jim Henderson, Bob Maynard, Bobby Patterson, Charlie Bishop, Cliff Buck, Eddie Hurst, and Eddie Dennis. In the conference meet, speed merchant Jim Henderson was selected as the outstanding performer.
The track schedule brought victory over Hampden Sydney College, Atlanta Christian, and Newport News Apprentice School. In a triangular meet with N. C. State and Wake Forest, East Carolina finished a very close second behind State. This fine caliber of rivals proved the Pirates were ready to meet larger schools on even terms.
Speedster Jim Henderson receives some helpful pointers from Coach J. 0. Miller
First row: Assistant Coach Collier, Silverthome, Meads, Del La Cruz, Buck, Morse, Patterson. Second row: Hender- son, Maynard, Rose, Dennis, Holmes, Barnett, Dickerson, Scribner, Bishop, Coach Miller.
East Carolina's tennis team came into its own under the leadership of Coach Ray Martinez. Composed of skillful veterans and outstanding newcomers, the Pirate netters ended the domin- ance of arch rival High Point as they shared the conference title with High Point and Guilfoi'd. the 1956 season saw tennis gather new laurels for the college athletic program.
Maurice Everett, one of the most highly regarded players in the area, led the way for the Pirates throughout the season. This out- standing performer was supported by the likes of Gene Lilley, Gill Underwood, James Blake, Al Webb, and Mike Katsias.
Among the opponents who suffered defeat at the hands of this spirited team were High Point, Elon, Atlantic Christian, Lenoir Rhyne, and Guilford in conference play. The netters also met such formidable teams as Kenyon of Ohio, Wake Forest, College of Charleston, and N. C. State.
At the conference tourney. East Carolina captured honors as Everett garnered the singles crown and Underwood and Webb battled into the semi-finals in doubles.
Next season, the Pirates will be minus the services of Lilley, Webb, and Underwood. Returnees Everett, Blake, and Katsias will combine with a talented group of newcomers to retain possession of this fast rise to prominence.
North State Conference champion Everett receives Martinez.
North Carolina Conference champion recieved congratulations from Coach Ray Martinez
Coach Martinez, Everett, Lilley, Underwood, Blake, and Katsias.
Suffering from the loss of conference champion Claude King, the linksmen of East Carolina lost their position of supremacy in North State Conference matches. The majority of the team had little experience to offer against their opponents.
The Pirates suffered their losses in stride as they experienced their first losing season in many years. Coach Porter's men turned in better showings as the season progressed. Next year the Pirate golfers will seek to recapture their lost prestige among conference foes. Fred Sexton is one of the veterans who will play an important part in this drive on the part of East Carolina.
Land, Outland, Beck, and Sexton
Land tries an iron shot.
Saxton blasts out of sand.
Team of Beck, Holton, Land, Sexton, and Outland compare scores.
Co-captain BOB SAWYER
Co-captain DICKIE DENTON
The third season of swimming at East Carolina left one evident fact for all to survey - from the obscurity of a one-win first season, the Pirate mermen under the guidance of Coach Ray Martinez have taken the spotlight as one of the most promising swimming powers in the South.
When the Pirates were on display at Memorial Pool, they exhibited the determined ability that has made them a winning team. Sparkling efforts were turned in by such a host of participants as Bob Sawyer, Jim Meads, Jack Koebberling, Harold McKee, Dickie Denton, Teddy Gartman, and Ken Midyette. Others who aided this team effort were Sidney Oliver, Steve Wilkerson, Mike Williamson, Herb Consolvo, and Glenn Dyer.
The mermen met and conquered the majority of teams such as William and Mary College, Uni- versity of Georgia, Davidson, Washington and Lee University, V. M. I., V. P. I. and N. C. State. It was a demanding series of events in each meet for a team lean in resei-ve power, but the ability on hand met the need.
With the loss of only Denton next year and new performers who will build reserve strength, the Pirates of East Carolina may well reach the goal of an all-winning season.
Seated: Manager A. B. Benfield. First row: Denton, McKee, Sawyer, Williamson, Wilkerson, Meads, Midyette, Dyer. Second row: Churn, Oliver, Consolvo, Gartman, Koebberling, Coach Martinez.
The Aquatics Club of East Carolina has a mixture of varsity swimmers and those students who possess a sincere interest in the promotion of activities dealing with the water sport. At the present time there is a membership of about thirty active members. The club offers an invitation to all inter- ested in aquatics to join its ranks.
All the members look forward to the monthly meeting which allows them a chance to take part in a recreational swimming period together. Chief topic of discussion at the meetings centers about finding new ways of creating interest in the college swimming program.
The main objectives of the club are: the handicapped swim clinic, the annual high school swim meet, and the promotion of the swimming team with students on campus. An annual water show and the sale of shower shoes serve as the means of securing finances.
This year the club aided in the purchase of swimming blazers for the team and paid expenses to send several students to Florida at Christmas to attend water clinics.
First row: Whitty, Wilkerson, Meads, McKee, Williamson. Second row: Miss Graff, Hancoth, Parker, Davis, Stallings, Hammond, Merritt, Griffin, Midyette, Dyer. Third row: Coach Martinez, Koebberling, Gartman, Holton, Oliver, Denton, Sawyer.
A water figure represents precision, skill, and grace by the water lovelies.
The Aquanymphs are women students at the college who enjoy swimming to the extent that they devote endless time to become better swim- mers. Practicing weekly at the college pool, the Aquanymphs stress precision, skill, and grace in performing their intricate ballet numbers.
During the spring quarter, the Aquanymphs pre- sent a water ballet. This ballet performance is one which stresses precision movement on the part of all participants in the show. During the swimming season much interest is displayed by the students concerning this event.
The girls also play hosts to visiting groups similar to themselves who receive invitations to the college for performances at swimming meets. The girls are excellent good will ambassadors for water sports here at East Carolina.
Jackie Parker, Carolyn Rich, Kay Prytherch, Joyce Gwaltney, Gail Dilthey, Nancy Jones, Martha Jane Hammond.
Picture life of W. R. A. activities.
PRESIDENT JANIE STALLINGS
The Women's Recreation Association of East Carolina College is a club for women students who wish to participate in recreational activities. These activities include intramural tournaments in basket- ball, volleyball, and tennis. The themes of good sportsmanship and physical conditioning, which are a part of the purpose of the W.R.A., are stressed in these team games.
This year's officers are: President, Janie Stallings; Vice President, Jo Evans; Secretary, Sylvia Beasley; and Treasurer, Ann Wilson. Miss Nell Stallings is the sponsor for the group.
Members of the Women's Recreation Association pictured below are First row: Ann Wilson, Janie Stallings, Sylvia Beasly, Jo Evans. Second tow: Charlotte Fitchett, Betty Lee, Lavon Forbes, Jo Spencer. Third row: Hilda Roberts, Rita Mann, Carolyn Fulghum, Pat Dunn. Several members were absent when this picture was taken.
Every college looks with pride on its cheerleaders. East Carolina is no exception. Headed by Jane Crofton, this spirited group has aided the athletic program tremendously. Through their leadership, the spirit among students has continued to show improvement. Leading the chants and cheers at varsity athletic events such as football and basket- ball, they played a most prominent role.
During the Homecoming weekend, the girls were constantly seen sparking student interests. Throughout the year, much time is devoted to practice in order to present better and clever routines.
Chosen by a faculty-student committee, the girls reflect a sincere interest in spreading the proud spirit of the college abroad.
A tense throng awaits the kickoff which will signal the beginning of another gridiron spectacle at College Stadium.
Bud Herring, Jane Smith, Elizabeth Larkins, Ja Joy Jordan, Pat Simonds, Clark Taylor.
Hodges, Peggy Kepley, Jane Crofton, Betty Philips, Rachel Lang,
Jackson's Shoe Store
A. B. Ellington & Company
Willard & Webb Insurance
Best Jewelry Company
Jimmy Smith, Printer
C. Heber Forbes
Williams Sport Shop
John Flanagan Buggy Co.
Garris Grocery Company
Bostic - Sugg Furniture Co., Inc.
V. A. Merritt & Sons
LeAnne Beauty Shop
Harrison's Drug Store
Wagner - Waldrop Motors, Inc.
Berry Bostic & Son
H. L. Hodges & Company
The College Shop
Stokes & Hudson Barber Shop
Cozart's Super Market
Blount - Harvey Company
Student Supply Store
White Chevrolet Company
Hollowell's Drug Store
Bright Leaf Motors, Inc.
Olde Towne Inn
First Federal Savings & Loan Association
Ormond Wholesale Company
Cliff's Oyster Bar
Larry's Shoe Store
Varsity Gulf Station
Harris & Rogers
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Jim's Quick Lunch
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The Daily Reflector
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COZART'S SUPER MARKET
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BLOUNT - HARVEY COMPANY "Eastern Carolina's Shopping Center"
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TO YOU, THE GRADUATES OF 1957
We extend to each of you hearty congratulations and sincere good wishes for success In your future endeavors.
It has been a pleasure to have you in our midst and we hope that you will return to your College and Greenville often where a cordial welcome awaits you always.
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The Queen's court from May Day In '56.
Christnnas decorating on the bulletin board in the Student Union takes a lot of work but is much fun.
Student Faculty Directory
Abbott, Mamie; Kinston 108
Abernethy. Susan Rebecca; Nashville 125
Adams, Bettv Sue; Greenville 126
Adams, Carlton Jay; Greei^ill.- 108
Adams, Charles Henry; Carv 108
Adams, David Earl; VanrelMnu 126
Adams, James Francis; Seaford, Del _ 126
Adams, Martha Jane; Faison _. 126
Adams. Patricia Ann; Southport 34
Adams, William Culnreth; Faison 108
Adcock, Frederick D. ; Durham 126
Aiken, Mary Lynn; Fuquay - 126
Alcock, Annette; Bridgeton 126
Aldridee, Joseph William. Jr.; La Grange... 88
Aldridge. William Dale; Snow Hill 108
Alexander. Edith Francoise; Roper 34
Alexander, Rosalind Elfreth; Roper 126
Alford. Lester Elbert, Jr.; Whitakers 83
Alford, Robert Wilfrid; Tarboro... 108
Alford. Shirley Ann; Burlington 34
Allen. Betsv Ross; Elizabethtown 126
Allen. James Claude; Farmville 34
Allen, Marjorie Lee; Four Oaks.. 126
AUigood. Betty Lou; Washington 126
Allison. Dr. James D .24
Allman, Patricia Bunn; Zebulon .- 108
Alston, Patricia S.; Warrenton... 88
Altman, Violet E 24
Aman. Sarah Catherine: Jacksonville 88
Anderson, James Harold: Rncky Mount 3.5 Anderson, Norman William: R.ukingham 108 Anderson. Tanya Vone; Fountain 88
Anderson. William Edward; Raleigh 35
Andrews. Edward Thomas; Robersonville ... 108
Andrews, John Cleveland, Jr.; .Ayden 88
Andrews, Lillie .Margaret; Williamston 108
Andrews, Marvin Lee; Farmville 108
Anthony, Richard Bryant; Walstonburg 88
Archer, Harry James, Jr.; Portsmouth .35
Armstrong, Avis Alton: New Bern 35
Armstrong, Euclid DuVal, Jr.; New Bern 126
Armstrong, Shirley Styron: Oriental 108
Armstrong, William Clark; Wallace .88
Arnett, June Lynn; Charlotte 145
Arnold. William Vance; Greenville 88
Arthur. -Mona Fay; Beaufort 144
Asbell, Sara Margaret: Tyner 108
Ashley, Betty Joann; Whiteville 35
Ashworth, Mary Elmer; Fuquay Springs 145
Aswell, Shelva Jean; Four Oaks 108
Atack, Patricia Mar^'; Richmond, Va. 126
Atkins, Barbara Ann; Littleton _ _ 88
Atkins, Jacqueline Dolores: Sanford - 108
Atkinson, Nonie; Cove City - 35
Austin, Betty Raye; Aurora 126
Austin, Grady Stone; Hatteras 126
Austin, Mary Ann; Sanford 35
Austin, Sandra Hearst ; Four Oaks 126
Autry, Elizabeth Marie; Clinton... - 126
Autry, Joilet ; Falcon - 88
Avery, Doris Lee; Beaufort -.144
Avery, Ernest Monzell; Kinston ....126
Aycock, Carolyn; Pantego 108
Aycock, Katie Jo; Micro -.126
Aycoth, Shirley Ann; Carolina Beach 126
Aydlett, Nathaniel T., II; Elizabeth City 108
Babb, Martha Rose; Roanoke Rapids 126
Babson, Ogden ; Roseboro 35
Badgett, Georgia E.; Mount Airy 103
Bagley, George Vernon; HobbsviUe - 88
Bagwell, Kay Ellen; Raleigh 126
Bailey, George G., Jr.; Everetts - 35
Bailey, Larry Glenn; Faison 126
Bain, James H.; Kinston _. _..127
Baines, Marshall Lee; Nashville 35
Baird, Robert Grover; Roanoke Rapids ....36
Baker, Ben Larry; Zebulon 108
Baker, Dorothy Carolyn; Zebulon 127
Baker. E. W.: Elizabeth City ...89
Baker, Florence Louise: Elizabeth City 36
Baker, Gene P.; Greenville 89
Baker, Howard I.; Erwin... 127
Baker, Jackie Lee; Badin . 108
Baker, Mary Sue; Badin.... 145
Baker, Patsy .-inn; Greenville 109
Baker, Rebecca McDonald; Carthage 89
Baker, Willard Kent; Ehzabeth City 127
Baker. Worth Eugene 24
Ballance, Charles Baxter; Greenville 109
Ballance, Esther Anne; Fremont 36
Ballance, Robert Osbern, Jr.; Manteo . 89
Ballance. William Davis: Manteo....... ...127
Baltnush, John P.; Waterbury, Conn 127
Banks. Alpheus Dewey; Trenton 127
Banks, Greenville, Jr.'; Maple 36
Banks, Rosalie; Grantsboro .127
Baragbimian. Krikor; Bagdad, Iraq 89
Barbara, Barbara Ann; Greenville 127
Barber, Sadie Marie: Clinton 127
Barefoot, James E.; Dunn 109
Barefoot, Noah B.; Salemburg 127
Barfield, Pegg>^ Ruth: Dunn 36
Barker, Ann .Mc.^den: Semora .109
Barker, Hilda Jean; New Hill 127
Barlow. Kenneth Alan; Hollister 89
Barnacascel. Ann Elizabeth; Windsor 127
3arnes. Allie Mae; Coats ...-89
Barnes, Dave Louis; Rocky Mount 89
?arnes, Doris Miriam; Chadbourn 127
.iarnes, Frances Yvonne; Newport 145
Barnes, .Mary Elizabeth; Garland 127
Barnett, Lynn Morris; Alexandria, Va 109
Earnhardt, Stephen Worth; Delco 89
Barnhill. June Elizabeth; Greenville 145
Barnhill, Norma Josephine; Greenville 89
Barrett, Agnes W....... -.24
Barrett. Patricia Dean; Oak City 127
Barrington, Jay Franklin; Grimesland 36
Barwick, Doris Jean; Seven Springs. - 109
Bass, Annette Rose; Four Oaks 127
Bass, Edward Lee; Black Creek 127
Bass, John Edwin: Newton Grove -89
Bass, Mozelle; Spring Hope... 36
Bass, Raymond Andrew, Jr.; Halifax 36
Batchelor, Barbara Ann; Spring Hope 109
Batchelor, James W.; Richlands. 109
Batchelor, Margaret Ann; Rocky Mount 127
Bateman, Deryl Lee; Durham _ .89
Batten, John A.; Whiteville - 36
Batts, Leslie Davis; Magnolia 36
Batts. Letitia; Chinquapin 109
Baucom, Nellie Ruth; Monroe _-..127
Baxter, Carolyn E.; Pompano Beach, Fla 144
Baynes, George Robinson; Summerfield..-,.109
Beal, Murphy Dean; Cumnock 127
Beam, Chranson; Lincolnton.. 89
Beaman, James Thomas; Farmville 37
Beaman, Jesse Vause; Wendell. 89
Beard. Wayne A.; Jamesville 127
Beasley, Culaye Holmes; Dunn 37
Beasley, Sylvia Mae; Raleigh - 109
Beatty, Patricia Charles; Greenville..-- -.127
Beck, Beverly; Greenville.. --145
Beck, Harol(5 Thompson; Asheboro 37
Beckwith, William Dewey; Apex 127
Becton, Ralph Neal; Goldsboro 109
Belch, Katherine Odom; Ahoskie 37
Bell, Agnes; Rocky Mount. 109
Bell, Joyce Fay; Farmville.. 127
Bell, Lacy Moore, Jr. ; Corrie _ 109
Bellamy, William E.; Rockingham 109
Benfield, Joe Stanley; Morganton. - 109
Benfield, Richard Allen; Newton 109
Benner, James Charles; Sanford - 127
Bennett, Ernest Everett; Conotoe .37
Bennett, Patricia Ann; Edward -127
Bennett, John ; Ph.D 24
Benson, Jimmy Glenn ; Garner 89
Benton, Ann Grissom; Chadbourn 109
Benton, Elihue Parks; Plymouth... 127
Berryhill, Alexander Mack; Charlotte 127
Berryman, Jane Claire; Greenville. -.127
Bersch, William Olney, Jr. ; New Bern .127
Bestedl, Marylyn Olive; Greenville.. .89
Belhune, Alexandria Best; Linden 127
Beverly, Richard James; Lewiston 109
Biggs, Dennis Marion; Williamston 127
Bilbro, Carolyn Elizabeth; Washington 109
Bing, Kenneth L.; Ph.D 24
Bishop, Jimmy C; Cramerton 89
Bizzell, Alma B.; -M.A. 23
Bizzell, Shelby Jean; Snow Hill 109
Black, Hal O.ndra: Waro - .89
Black, Hector Alfred: Fayetteville 127
Black, William Donald; Whiteville .....127
Blades, Carietta; Elizabeth City. 109
Blake, James Lowell; Jacksonville 37
Blanchard, Barbara Faye ; Morehead City .127
Blanchard, Edna; Wallace 127
Bland, Charlie Durwood; Kinston 109
Bland, Imogene; Gaffney, S. C 89
Bland, Sarah Pickett; Kenansville 37
Blanford, Virginia Caroline; New Bern 109
Blanton, Barbara Jean; Teachey -...89
Blevins, Harry B.; Elizabeth City ...- 37
Blue, Janet Lynn; Carthage 109
Blue, Peggy Joyce; Carthage 37
Blue, \'i'ilma Grey; Carthage 37
Boado, Edward Joseph; Wilmington 127
Bodkin, Arthur Franklin; Greenville 38
Bolton, Betty Jean; Warrenton 127
Bolton, Ivey A.; Warrenton 109
Bomberger, Barbara Drew; Southport - 127
Bond, Austin D.; Ph.D..._ 27
Bonner, Leon D.; Aurora 109
Bonner, Rupert R.; Aurora 38
Boone, Robert Lee; M.A 24
Boone, Sandra Jean; Burlington 109
Booth, Mars Kenneth; Jacksonville 109
Bordeaux, Angus Foster; New Bern -.89
Boseman, Flora Ruth; Enfield 127
Bostic, Annie Carolyna; Kenansville 127
Bowden, James Jarman, HI; Kenansville .89
Bowden, Mary Eleanor; Faison 127
Bowen, Betty Low; Bath 144
Bowen, Hoyd Clinton; Belhaven 109
Bowen, Jene R.; Southern Pines 89
Bowen, Nancy Patricia; Aurora 127
Bowen, Patricia Faye; Williamston 127
Bowen, Verna Faye: Ayden 127
Bowen, Willa Rae; Rocky Mount 38
Bowers. George W.; Greenville 38
Bowers. Harold Eugene; Draper 38
Bowers, Martha Ann; Norlina 127
Bowles, Jean; Beaufort 145
Bowling. Edward Lee; Broadway 127
Bowman. Elizabeth .Ann; Liberty 109
Bowman, Hilda Sue; Germanton 109
Bowman. Judy Starr; Graham 109
Boyce. John Paul; Washington 127
Boyd. Barbara J.: Lenoir 109
Boyd, Bill Marshall, Jr.; Portsmouth, Va 89
Boyd, Claud .Melvin; Grimesland 127
Boyd. Danell Milton; Rocky Mount 89
Boyd, David Cleveland, Jr.; Greenville 109
Boyd, Glennis Greene; Nelson, Virginia- .127
Boyd, Gwendolyn Paul; Fayetteville 38
Boyd, Jaspet Dean; Greenville 127
Boyd, Nancy Cooper; Nashville 38
Boyd, William Ashford; New Bern 127
Boyette, June Iris; Wilson 127
Bovette, Purvis Elton; Raleigh 109
Boykin, Sylvia Lolita; Sims 38
Braddv, Abner S.; Bath _. 38
Bradley. Annette T.; Littleton 109
Bradley, Carolyn Muriel; Fuquay Springs 109
Bradley. Gary E.: Sanford 144
Bradshaw. Betty Ruth; Kinston 38
Bradshaw. Patricia; Kinston 109
Brady, Jane Henderson; Wilmington 145
Brake. Margaret Frances; Rocky Mount 39
Branch, Dorothy Elane; Greenville 39
Branch. Faye Larkin; Winterville 39
Branch. Kirby Pulnel; Greenville _ __..128
Branch. Martha Ann; Greenville 128
Branch. Robert H.; Greenville 89
Brandon, Dorothy; C.P.A 24
Brandon, Tony Morgan; Roxboro -....128
Brannock, Patsy Caroline; Raleigh .128
Bray, Lloyd J., Sr.; Greenville 24
Bray, Lloyd Jones, Jr.; Greenville 39
Breiner, Charles F.; Valler Stream, N. Y. . 128
Brewer, Ann Louise; Greenville 109
Brewer. Elvin Ray; Greenville 109
Brewster. Lawrence F.; Ph.D 24
Brice. Franklin Bryan; Wilson 128
Briges. Betty Frances; Reidsville 109
Briley, Barbara Carolyn; Polkton 109
Briley. Harold Judson; Grimesland 89
Brinn. Priscilla June; Bath 128
Brinson. Bonnie Jean; Beaufort 145
Britt. Alyce Rae; Fairmont 109
Britt, Barbara Allen; Goldsboro 109
Britt, David W.; Dublin 110
Britt, James Edwin; Milwaukee 128
Britt, Janice Jacqueline: Colerain 110
Britt, Nancy Elizabeth; Lumberton. 128
Britt, Sylvia Anne; Rowland 89
Britton, Linwood Patterson, Jr.; Ahoskie--128
Brock, Leon ; Clinton 39
Brooks, Anne Page; Roxboro 110
Brooks, Carol Marguerite; Brooklyn, N. Y 39
Brooks, Donald Lee; Norfolk, Va 110
Brooks. Jerry Thomas; Rockingham 89
Brooks, Sara Parkin; Beaufort .39
Broome, Grace Dawn; Washington 89
Broome, Horace Eugene; Concord .39
Broome, Robert Houston, HI; Raleigh 110
Brothers, Betty Sue; South Mills 110
Brown, Betty Lou W.; Ayden 89
Brown, Cecil Bennett; Greenville 110
Brown, Douglas L.; Rockingham. 39
Brown, Eugene Moseley; Greenville 110
Brown, Frances Winona; Kinston 128
Brown, Garland Lee; Magnolia .89
Brown, Jo Allen; Wilmington ^39
Brown, Julian Monroe; Marshallberg. 128
Brown, Larry K.; M.C.A.S. Cherry Point... 110
Brown, Lawrence Atwood; Kinston 110
Brown, Nancy Alcock; Pollocksville 110
Brown, Nancy Marie; Princeton 128
Brown, Peggy Ann; Colerain 90
Brown, Sally Ruth; Goldsboro 128
Brown, Willette; Williamston 40
Browning, Christopher G.; Wilmington 128
Browning. E. R.; D.Ed _ 24
Browning. Warren Melton; Washington 90
Bryan. Betty J.; Garner 40
Bryan, Doris Mae; Lumberton 40
Bryan. Doris Rose; Vanceboro 90
Bryan. Jo Ann; Mount Olive _ 128
Bryan. Jennings R., Jr.; Raleigh 40
Bryan. Retha; Philadelphia, Miss. 40
Bryant. Alice Vernita; Cerro Gordo _ 40
Bryant. Frances Ellen; Spring Hope 144
Bryson, Kenneth Hayne; Hamlet 128
Bryson. Sarah Alice; Apex .40
Buchan. Shirley Best; Henderson 110
Buck, Charles Richard; Greenville 110
Buck, Clifton Russell; Portsmouth, Va. 90
Buck, Polly Faye; Greenville . 128
Buckley, Edward Gerald; Seaford, Del 128
Buckley, Richard John; Seaford, Del 110
Buckman, Thomas Franklin; Wash 128
Buffaloe, Margaret Ann; Littleton 128
Buffaloe, Patricia Lynn; Raleigh 110
Buie, David Raye; Winston-Salem. 128
Buie, Panthia Helen; Fayetteville.... _.._128
Bulla, Alfred Bradshaw, Jr.; Asheboro 110
Bullard, Dorothy Fay; Rockingham 90
Bullard, Franklin Eason; Greensboro 128
Bullock, Barbara Jean; Williamston 110
Bullock, Peggy Anne; Lumberton 90
Bullock, Willa Harper; Farmville 40
Bunn, Daphne Jean; Zebulon 110
Bunn, Sandra; Zebulon 110
Burchette, Ruth Jean; Holly Springs 90
Burden. Margaret King; Windsor 90
Burnham. Betty Ann; Plymouth... 128
Burriss, Bertram Murphy, Jr.; Southport 90
Burrus, Walter Speight; Engelhard. 145
Bush, Frank; Jacksonville 110
Butner, Richard Horner; Kinston 128
Butner, Roy Jackson; Havelock. 110
Butts, Betty Jo; Angler 40
Bynum, Lenora Cobb; Charlotte 128
Byrd, Ann Bynum; B.S 24
Byrd, Decoma Jane; Garner 40
Byrd, Harold Julian ; Elizabethtown 128
Byrd, Jacquline Frances; Windsor ...128
Byrd, Thomas Mixon; Henderson 41
Byrd, William Arthur; Goldsboro_
Cain, Juliette Elizabeth; White Oak 128
Cain, Mary Willis; White Oak 90
Caison, Doris Jane; Kenansville 128
Caldwell, Nancy Ann; Gilead 110
Calhoun, Betty Pearl; Fayetteville 90
Cameron, Bonny Rhue; Sanford 128
Cameron, Kate .Marolyn; Kinston 110
Cameron, Max Franklin; Sanford 90
Cameron, Mildred Moore; Broadway 41
Cameron, Norman H.; M.A 24
Cameron, Patsy Ruth; Raeford 128
Campen, Mayola Borden; Ayden 90
Cannon, Lucille Vera; Farmville 128
Cannon, Richard Luby, Jr.; Vanceboro 110
Cannon, Shelba Moye; Ayden 110
Capps, Annette, Spring Lake 90
Capps, Mary Sylvia; Warrenton 128
Carawan, Grover Lee; Belhaven 41
Carawan, Lloyd Laurell; Mesic 110
Carawan, Ruby Elaine; Washington 110
Garden, Sallie Jean; Varina 128
Carmichael, William Howard; Raeford 41
Carpenter, Shirley Frances; Raleigh 145
Carr. Alvis Bryan. Jr.; Rocky Mount 41
Carr, Carole Ann; Wallace 110
Carr. Lily Rouse; M.A 24
Carr, Patti Marie; Clinton 41
Carr, Susan Elizabeth; Southport 128
Carraway, Bonnie Brown; Snow Hill 41
Carraway, Harlan B.; Newport .110
Carroll, Mary Jane; Hookerton ^110
Carroll, Ralph Norwood, Jr.; Raleigh. .41
Carrow, Ernestine; Grimesland 145
Carson, Samuel D.; Williamston 41
Carter, Barbara Caroline; Shelby 110
Carter, Herbert L.; M.A -.. 24
Carter, Jane Grace; Carthage 128
Carter, Robert; D.F.A 24
Cartwright. Carrie Yvonne; Elizabeth City 90
Cartwright. Charletta; Elizabeth City 145
Case, Glenda Rae; Roanoke Rapids 90
Casey, Paul M.; Goldsboro _ 32
Cash, Sydna Caroline; Winston-Salem 90
Cashwell, Jewell Hope; Roseboro 128
Castellow, Eunice Frances; Conway 41
Gates, Alfred B., Jr.; First Sergeant 24
Caudill, Andrew W.; Tarboro ._ 90
Caulberg, Elna Glynn; Raleigh 145
Cauley, Mary; Fort BarnwelL 128
Cayton, Sanford Paul; Edenton 90
Chaffinch, Richard H.; Seaford, Del 128
Chaniblee, Anndala Marie; .Middlesex. 128
Chandler, Zelia Ames; Durham 110
Chandler, Vivian Kay; Durham ...128
Chappell, Hazel L.; Edenton _ 90
Chappell, Ted Pruden; Belvidere 128
Chason, Elizabeth Council; White Oak_ 145
Chason, Lloyd Ralph; Rocky Mount 42
Chauncey, Beatrice; M.-A 24
Cherry, Thomas Mack; Everetts 42
Cherry, Jack; Washington 90
Cherry, James Dillon; Williamston 110
Cherry, Margaret; Williamston 128
Cherry, Patsy Ann; Williamston 128
Chesson, Calvin White; Williamston 90
Chesson, Carole Elaine; Roper 90
Chinn, Franklin P.; Rocky Mount 42
Chrismon, P. La Visa; Brown Summit 110
Christopher, Betty J.; Portsmouth, Va 110
Churchill, Mack Wyatt ; Greenville 128
Churn,. William Leroy; Goldsboro 90
Clark, Gwendolyn Aileen; Greenville 110
Clark, Hazel Ruth; M.A 23
Clark, Helen Jean; Carthage 110
Clark, Helen Joanne; Siler City 42
Clark, James Horace; Durham 110
Clark, Jimmy Wilton; Sanford 90
Clark, Kenneth Lee; Sanford 110
Clark, Martha Rose; Everretts 128
Clark, Osby Sears; Apex 128
Clarke, Betsy Anne; Oxford 90
Clarke, Louis Wingfield; Engelhard 128
Clay, Howard Bunyan; Ph.D 24
Clay, Nancy Fleming; Creedmoor 110
Clay, Wiley Walton; Rocky Mount 128
Cleeve, Mary Ester; Wilmington 110
Cleve, William Edward, Jr.; Vanceboro 128
Coats, Bryan D.; Benson... 90
Cobbs, Betty Lillian; Mount Olive 128
Coburn, Eva Ann; Robersonville 110
Coburn, Linda Ruth; Roanoke Rapids 110
Coffey, Patsy Kinnamon; Winston-Salem 129
Cohen, Lillian Carmen; Jacksonville 110
Cole, Jean Lucille; Pinetops 42
Cole, Joyce Ann; Four Oaks 110
Cole, Lessie Lee; Durham 111
Coleman, Mrs. Helen .M.; Greenville 42
Coleman, Hubert A.; Ph.D 24
Coleman, .Myra Deanne; Whiteville 145
Coley, Phyllis Ann; Stem 42
Collier. Dorothy Jean; Clarkton 111
Collier, Eueene Thomas; Tabor City 111
Collier, Harry W.; Elizabeth City 129
Collier, Leon Dickson; Portsmouth, Va 111
Collins, Ike Stephen; Red Springs 129
Collins, Loretta Jane; Elizabeth City 145
Collins, Vernon W.; A.F.R.O.T.C 24
Colwell, Albert Woodrow; Clinton 129
Comer, Mary Ruth; Cameron..- 111
Conder. Barbara Speight ; Roanoke Rapids 42
Condor. James Richard; Hamlet 90
Cone. Nona Lee; .Middlesex 129
Congleton. Corrinne Adelaide: Littleton 129
Connell. Rachael Lee: Oxford 144
Conner, James Carlton; Kelford 129
Conner, Dennis M.. Jr.; Wrigbtsville Beach 129
Consolvo. Herbert Alvin: Norfolk, Va .--_129
Conway, Bobby Dean; Greenville 90
Conyers. Margaret Frances; Tarboro 90
Cook, George Allan; M.A 24
Cooke. Graham Eldridge; Mount Olive 129
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Cooke. Marcella Ann; Aulander 129
Cooke, Mattie Ann; Mount Olive.- - 42
Cooke, Molly Lou; Aulander 129
Cooper, James Robert; Faison. 129
Cooper, Louise Scott; Graham Ill
Cooper, Lyle William, Jr.; Durham HI
Cope, Patricia Ann; Fayelteville 42
Coppersmith. Annette; Elizabeth City 144
Corbett, Barbara Ann; Pinetops 43
Corbett, Benjamin C; Spring Hope 111
Corbett, Carolyn; Ayden 144
Corbett, Phyllis A.; Fountain. 129
Cordeiro, Raquel; Co'rdoba. Argentina 32
Corey, Herbert S.; Greenville 90
Cottinaham, Patricia Ann; Rockingham 129
Cottle," Clarence Ray; Morehead City 111
Cottle, Ralph M.; Beulaville.. 43
Couch, Ann Blalock; Bridgeton, N. J 111
Coulter. Mary Elaine; Lincolnton... 129
Council. Ann Craft; Pine Bluff 43
Council. Joseph Braxton; Apex .43
Council, Merle Raybon; Fayetteville 129
Council, Paula Frances; Saint Pauls 111
Coveney, Constance DeLaine; Burlington 111 Covington, Barbara Helen; Rockingham 129 Covington. Margaret Ann; Lumber Bridge 90
Cox. Charles Douglas; Tabor City 129
Cox, Jack; Tabor City. 129
Cox, Judith Annette; Georgetown, S. C 129
Cox, Lemuel Howard; Goldsboro 43
Cox. Loranda Gail; Graham Ill
Cox. Mary Alice; Raleigh... 129
Cox, Pauline L 24
Cox, Richard Smoot; Tabor City 129
Cox. William Steele; Washington 111
Cozart. Barbara June; Greenville 43
Crabtree. Emily Thomas; Durham... Ill
Craddock. Calvin Leon; Elizabeth City 129
Cramer. Robert E.; Ph.D.... 24
Crane. Jean M.; Captain 24
Craven, Larry Boyd; Raleigh - 129
Craven, Nell Bowers; Leland... Ill
Crawford, Eugene C, Jr.; E. Rockingham 43 Crawford, Mrs. Helen S.; Switchboard
Crawford. Lina; Student Store.. 24
Crawley, Carolyn Ann; Littleton 129
Creech, Henry B.; Greenville 111
Creech. Janice Nell; Smithfield Ill
Crenshaw. .Marguerite Vanderclock; M.A. 24
Crews. June F.; Creedmoore 43
Crisp. Frances Geraldine; China Grove 111 Critcher. Dan R.; Oxford 111
Crocker. William Kenneth: Smithfield 91
Crofton. Jane Carol; Plvmouth 43
Cromartie, Anne Shelton; Raleigh 129
Cross, Bobby Shelton; Tarboro 129
Crotts, Barbara Jean; Lexington 111
Grouse, Guelda F. H.; Winston-Salem 43
Grumpier, Dottic Trueblood; Goldsboro 145
Grumpier, Robert Thomas; Goldsboro 44
Cude, Rose 1.; Greensboro 91
Cudworth. Ruth Marie; Wanchese . 129
Culberson, Dorothy Viola; Siler City 111
Culipher, Olive Earlene; Elizabeth City .129
Cullom, 0. Lorraine; Roanoke Rapids 44
Cummings, James Bamett; Ph.D 24
Cunnineham. Melvin Gray; Walstonburg .. 91
Curtis. Finley Donald: Gibsonville 44
Curtis. James Thomas; Oriental 129
Cuthbert. Kenneth N.; Ph.D. 24
Cuthrell. Patsy Eliase; Belhaven 129
Cutler, Geraldine; Washington... 145
Dade, Henry F.; M.A - - .24
Dalton, Rosalie; Rocky Mount 129
Dameron, Bettie Jean; Pelham...._ _ 44
Danfelt, Lewis; M.A. 24
Daniel, E. Frances; Snow Hill 44
Daniels, Betty Jean; Kinston 91
Daniels, Bob Gordon; Castralia 111
Daniels, Dianne; Atlantic 111
Daniels. Frances; M.A 24
Daniels, Ida Rose; Colerain 91
Daniels, Joan; Kinston..._ 111
Daniels, Laura Joan; Wanchese 44
Daniels, Patricia Ruth; Beaufort_ 91
Darden, Bobby G.: Goldsboro 91
Dardin, Shirley Susan; Clinton..- 44
Daugherty, Joann ; Dover 129
Daughety, James Alex; Kinston 91
Daughtridge, James Hyman; Rock Mount. 129
Daughtry, .\nnie Mae; Conway 91
Daughtry, Ellen Christine; Faison 91
Daughtry. Hettie Mildred, Faison 44
Daughtry, Sharon Louise; Smithfield 129
Davenport. Ann Gayle; Portsmouth, Va 144
Davenport, Barbara June; Creswell 129
Davenport, Betty June; Tarboro ....44
Davenport, Fred Allen; Plymouth 44
Davenport, Geraldine Mae; Creswell 91
Davenport, Stephen L.; Roanoke Rapids 91
Davis, Annette; Carthage 129
Davis, Betsy Lynne; Raleigh 145
Davis, Carolyn J.; Severn 91
Davis, Clinton Oliver; Edenton 129
Davis, Charles Ray; Belhaven 91
Davis, Charles Ray; Rich Square 45
Davis, Gloria Faye; New Bern 45
Davis, Harold Dean; Sims Ill
Davis, Jacqueline Anne; Rocky Mount.. Ill
Davis, Joan Belle; Henderson Ill
Davis, Lewis Douglas; Davis 91
Davis, Margaret Anne; Wilmington .129
Davis, Marjorie Ann; Warsaw Ill
Davis, Nancy M.; Asheville Ill
Davis, Patricia Carol; Fairmont. 144
Davis, Thomas O.; Erwin 45
Dawson, C. C; M.A J 24
Dawson, Frances Lee; Dunn 91
Dawson, John Thomas; Greenville 91
Day, Frances Ann; Oxford 129
Dean, William Howard; Hope Mills 45
Deans, James Otis; Macclesfield. 129
Deans, Mary Millisent; Wilson 91
Deaver, Cameron Keith; Deep Run.. 129
DeBruhl, Jo Ann; New Bern , 45
Debter, Mrs. Ouida C; M.A 24
Deichmann. Susan Joanne; Durham Ill
DeLaCruz. Paul R.; Portsmouth, Va. 91
DeLaHunt. Patricia Louise; Jacksonville 129 DeLamar. Edgar Murry; Rocky Mount 111
DeLoatch, Letty Bridgers; Conway 91
Dempsey, Audrey V.; Ph.D 24
Dennis, Edwin Arnold; Durham. 91
Dennis, Judith Ann; Seaford Del. 129
Dennis, Roy Nelson, Jr.; New Port 129
Denton. Richard H.; Tarboro 45
Derrick, J. O.; M.S. ._ 24
Derring. Robert S.; Virginia Beach, Va Ill
Desern, William Donald; Raleigh. 45
DeShaw, Charles G.; Ph.D 24
DeStout, Arthur A.; Fort Belvoir, Va 129
DeVane. Betty Jean; Saint Pauls 111
Dickens. Marcelyn B.; Sec. P.E. Dept 24
Dickens. Mary Lou; Littleton 111
Dickens. Shirley Faye; Fairmont 45
Dickens. Van Grayson; Halifax 45
Dickerson, Louise Ann; Roxboro.. 111
Dilda. Barbara Jeanette; Greenville 129
Dilda, Mary Oakley; Farmville 91
Dilday, S. Imogene; Ahoskie HI
Dilday, Susie Joyce; Farmville 129
Dillehay, Janice Sue; Oxford 129
Dismuke, Katherine Ida; Burlington .91
Dixon, Bobby Joe; Greenville 129
Dixon. Dallas Crawford; Grantsboro Ill
Dixon. Evelyn Street; New Bern.. Ill
Dixon, George Calvin; Rocky Mount 129
Dixon, William C, Jr.; Kinston 91
Donovan, Salley; Longmeadow, Mass 91
DooLittle, David Ernest; Rockingham Ill
Dorman, Coy; Conway, South Carolina 45
Dorsett. Dee Ann; Winston-Salem 111
Dotson. Paul L.; Norfolk. Va 129
Doty, Furman Ray; Winston-Salem.. 91
Doughertv, Mabel Edith; M.A 25
Drake, Elizabeth; M.A... 25
Draper, Sally Ray; Weldon Ill
Draughon, Eddie Pascal; Clinton 129
Drennan, Patricia .\ngelene; Belmont 129
Driver, Delano A.; Richmond, Va 111
Droney, Thomas Jack; Seaford, Del.. 130
Drum, Gerald Thomas; Greenville 130
Dudley, Svbil Marlene; Ayden 130
Duffie, Gerald S.; South Boston, Va Ill
Duke, Jane Marsh; Washington Ill
Duke, Jean Frances; Washington 112
Duke. .Mary Lois; Potecasi 91
Dunbar. Nancy Elizabeth; Nags Head 144
Duncan. Mary Wooding; Roxboro 91
Duncan, Willadean; Whiteville 112
Duncan, Wadens Earl; Clarendon 130
Dunn, Connie Lou; Ayden 130
Dunn, Gayle Liles; Zebulon 112
Dunn, John B.; Williamston 112
Dunn, Joe Clyde, Jr.; Pinetops 130
Dunn, Patricia C; Raleigh 91
Dunson, Donald Aubrey; Durham 112
Dupree, Betty Jo; Angier 112
Dupree, Joyce Ann; Smithfield 112
Dupree, Nee!; Greenville 46
Durham, Beverly Nan; Burlington 130
Durham, W. Edmond; M. A .25
DuVal. Marshall Peterson, Jr.; Greenville ...46
Dyer, Glenn Charles; Greensboro , 130
Dyson, Charles Wendell; Rockingham_ 130
Eagan, Elsie Simpson; M.A 25
Eagles, Elizabeth Rosemary; GreenviUe 130
Early, Frank Brinson; Lewiston 130
Early, J. Virgil; Wilmington 130
Eason, Horace Ray; Tyner 46
Eason, Marlene Reid; Selma 145
Eason, Ruth Joan; Hookerton 91
Eatmon, Dwight A.; Raleigh 46
Eaton, Theodore H., Jr.; Ph.D 25
Eborn, Victoria E.; Bath 112
Eckles, Larry; Ph.D 25
Eddins, Nancy Anne; Rockingham 112
Edens, Ruby E.; M.A 25
Edgerton, Robert Allen, Jr.; Oriental 112
Edison, William Thomas; Jacksonville 91
Edmondson, William Mack, Jr.; Kinston 46
Edwards, Betty Frances; Chocowinity 130
Edwards, Betty Sue; Princeton 112
Edwards, Betty Thomas; YoungsviIIe_- 112
Edwards, Billy; Clarkton 112
Edwards, Celia .^nn; Grimesland 130
Edwards, Charlotte Ann; Smithfield..- 112
Edwards. Jack Gibson; Pactolus... 130
Edwards, James W.; Johnson City, Tenn 130
Edwards, Jane Carolyn; Chocowinity 92
Edwards, John H., Jr.; Williamston 46
Edwards, Marvis Ann; Goldsboro 130
Edwards, .Melvin Paul; Washington. 130
Edwards, Meredith L.; Belhaven 92
Edwards, Rebecca S.; Virginia Beach, Va...l30
Edwards, Sarah Ann; Greensboro .112
Edwards. Thomas Elliot; Seaboard.. _..-.130
Efird. Peggy Catherine; Kinston _ ..112
Elam, Carolyn Annette; Roxboro 130
Elgin, Charles E.; Leesburg, Va. 92
Ellen, Annie Mae; Rocky Mmint 46
Ellen, Claude; Angier 46
Ellis, Glennie Ruth; Slantonsl.urg 112
Ellis, Lena C; M.A 25
Elhvanger. Robert Augustus; Rockingham 112
Elmore. Larry Dean; Deep Run 92
Emerson, Alice Kay; Concord . 130
Emory, Edward Harrell; Lancaster, S. C. 1,H0 Ennis, Carolyn Sue; Coats \VS
Epperson, John D.; New Bern 92
Estes. Majorie Macon; Raleigh . ._ _ 112
Etheridge, Alice Faye; Engelhard 46
Ethridge, Janice Greene; Nashville 92
Eubanks, Frances Ann; Raleigh 112
Eudy, Joan Elizabeth; Kannapolis 131
Eure, Shirley Janet; Hertford 46
Evans, Billie Faye; Parkersburg 92
Evans, LeNora Frances; Nashville 130
Evans, Letha Jo; Jonesville 92
Evans, Marion Murray; New Bern 47
Evans, Marsha Suzanne; Raleigh..- 130
Everett. Barbara Harrison; Williamston 112
Everett, Grover W.; Ph.D 25
Everett, Nell C: M.A...... 25
Everett, Robert L.; Robersonville 92
Everett, Ronald Rudolph; Robersonville. .130
Everett, Roy Clayton; Robersonville 130
Everett, Sarah Dorothy; Williamston 47
Everette, Maurice Edward; Robersonville... 92 Everhart. Donald Richard; Winston-Salem 112
Everson, Virginia Elizabeth; Washington 47
Everton, Jack S.; Columbia 32
Everton, Patricia Ann; Columbia 47
Ewell. Sarah Elizabeth; Greenville .130
Fagan, Dorothy A.; Asst. Rec. Supt 25
Fagan, Frank F.; Rocky Mount 92
Faircloth, Barbara Ann; Salemburg 92
Faircloth, Charles W.; West End -.130
Fairless, Sealon Poe, Jr.; Colerain... 130
Farge, Louise M.; Tunis, Tunisia 32
Farlow, Thomas Arnold; Sanford 112
Farrell, Jeanett Marie; Mebane 130
Faulkner, Margaret Anne; Ayden. 92
Faulkner, Walter E.; Benson 92
Felton, Ronald Bruce; Rocky Mount. 112
Felton, William Thomas; New Bern 92
Ferguson, John Rogers; Clarkton 130
Ferguson, William Donald; Washington 112
Ferrell, Jimmy M.; Lucama .47
Ferrell, Minnie Lou; Morrisville ...145
Ferrell, Patricia Ann; Raleigh 112
Fields, John C; Pikeville .47
Fields, John J.; Raleigh 130
Fields, Preston Larnuel; Greenville 112
Fields, Robert Carlton, Jr.; Greenville .47
Filicky, John Joseph, Jr.; Raleigh 130
Finch. Alton v.; M.A. 25
Finger, Phyllis Ann; Kannapolis 47
Fish, James Lloyd; Apex 92
Fisher, Barbara Janet .92
Fisher, Freda Jean; Wilmington 47
Fitchett, Charlotte Dean; Elizabeth City 130
Fitzgerald, Edith Gray; Selma 130
Fitzgerald. Louise; Selma 47
Flake, William C; Police Officer 25
Flanagan, Martha Sue; Farmville .., ...112
Flanary, Woodrow; Ph.D .25
Fleming, Betty Jean; Greenville.... 112
Fleming, Ellen Caldwell; M.A 25
Fleming, James L.; M.A. 25
Fleming, Mary Jo; Grimesland .92
Fleming, Maurice Franklin; Stokes 92
Fleming, Robert T. ; Morganton 92
Fletcher, M. Janet; Elizabeth City .92
Flowers, Bobbie Jean; Four Oaks 112
Flowers, Lou Ellen; Fremont 112
Floyd, William F.; Norfolk, Va. 48
Flye, Alice Joyce; Greenville 112
Flye, Lilly Marie; Greenville . 145
Flye, Robert Earl; Greenville 92
Flynn, Mary Truesdale; Clinton. 92
Foylenian, Betty Jean; Rougemont.. 145
Forbes. Iris Lavon ; Camden 130
Fnrl.rs. Marcia Dean; Farmville 92
Kurhrs Roy H.; Washington ...48
For.l. Edna Dolores; Bethel 92
Ford, Elbert Julian; Fairmont 92
Fordham, James Frederick; Kinston 112
Foreman, Hazel Earle; Durham 92
Forrest, Kav; Kinston 144
Forrest, Roi)ert S.; Greenville 48
Franck, Robert Lee, Jacksonville 1,30
Frank, A. D.; Ph.D 25
Franklin, Alma Ruth; Raleigh ... 112
Franklin, Mrs. Georgia Smith; M.A .25
Franklin, Willard Lentz; Rockingham 112
Frazier. Dorothy Gibson; Fremont. 92
Freeman, Betty Mae; Zebulon 92
Freeman, Penelope Myers; Ahoskie 92
Fretz. Suzanne M.; Graham 92
Friedman, kaxon Uriel; Greenville... 130
Frye, Margaret Lou; Carthage 48
Fulcher, Joyce Elizabeth; Robersonville 48
Fulcher, Thomas Crump; Morehead City-...130
Fulghum, Carolyn Ann; Sims 112
Fulghum, Doris Eloise; Roanoke Rapids 48
Fuller, Dallas Theodore; Henderson 130
Fuller, Frank Gardner; Ph.D 25
Funk, John Walter; New Bern 145
Gainer, Thomas R.; Panama City, Fla 112
Gallimore, Betty Jean; Leaksville. 48
Gallimore, Shirley Ann; Lexington 112
Galphin. Louise; M.A 25
Gardner, Sara Jane; Goldsboro 112
Garcia, Jack John; Greenville 112
Gargis, Donald Gene; Raleigh 48
Garner, Frances Wynnette; Greenville 48
Garner, Pauline Roberts; Newport 130
Garner, Ruth B. ; Dorm. Counselor 23
Garren, Claude Lee; M.A 25
Garrett, Betty Jean; Julian _ 48
Garris, Mary Catherine; Deep Run 49
Garris, Sherrill Ann; Farmville... 130
Gartman, William T., Jr.; Portsmouth, Va 92
Gaskins, Clifton A., Jr.; New Bern .49
Gaskins, Sidney Louis; New Bern 130
Gay, Robert Jerome; Walstonburg. .49
Gaylord, Betty Lou; Pantego 112
Gaylord, James Harrison, IV; Oak City 49
Gaylord, Rebecca Dean; Roper 93
Gearhard, James Lee; Hubert 93
Geddie, Margaret Josephine; Rocky Mount. 93 Gentry, Coleman Andrew, Jr.; Burlington..l30
George, Eva Catherine; Winston-Salem 130
George, Richard Eugene; Kings Mountain. 130
Gerock, Harry Bryan; Atlantic 49
Gerock, James Walter; Maysville 93
Gibbs, James Faye; Chincoteague, Va 130
Gibson, Vivian Dale; Greensboro.. 93
Gidden, Jane H.; Washington, D. C 130
Gilbert, Betty Jean; Bolivia ...130
Gilbert, Margaret Elizabeth; Kinston 93
Gilchrist, Mavis Y.; Roseboro 93
Giles, John Hughes; Chapel Hill 130
Giles. Wallace Lee; Raleigh 93
Gill. James Howard; Raleigh 49
Gill, Jean Yeargin; Oxford 49
Gilley, Oscar Benton; Leaksville 49
Gillie, Sarita Anne; Spray .. 130
Gillikin, John G.; Aurora .._ 130
Glenn; Bessie Janet; Hertford 49
Glenn, Clare H.; Elizabethtown 112
Click, Claris; M.A 25
Glisson, Margaret Alice; Gates 112
Godfrey, Daniel R.; Lynnhaven, Va 93
Godwin, Jacob W.; Stella 112
Godwin, Joyce Elizabeth; Dunn 131
Godwin, Linda Lou; Dunn. . - 131
Goldston. Adiana June; Graham 49
Goldsworth, Martin; M.A 25
Goodall, Booten Filander; Bethel 93
Gooden, Helen M.; Elizabethtown 93
Goodhart, Bette Jean; Baltimore, Md- 112
Goodman, Henry Harper; Dover 113
Goodrich, Rebecca Jean; Hassill 145
Goodwin, Gretchen W.; Secretary 25
Goodwin. William E.; Edenton -131
Gordon. John R.; M.F.A 25
Gore, Elderee; Nakina 93
Gore, Jean Lennox; Whiteville 113
Graber, Ruth A.; M.A 25
Grady. John Carl; Kinston 50
Grady. Shelby Jean ; High Point 131
Graef, Philip E.; Ph.D. 25
Graff, Lorrayne A.; M.E. 25
Granite, David Warren; Fair Oaks, Pa 50
Gray, James Douglas; Hamlet 131
Gray, Janice Lee; Rocky Mount 93
Gray, John Lewis. Jr.; Kinston 93
Gray, Wellington B.; Ed.D 25
Graziano. Don Ray; Durham 113
Green, Fannie Pearle; Zebulon 50
Green, John Thomas, Jr.; Henderson ...131
Greene, Charles LaVerne; Farmville. ._.93
Greene, Mary H.; M.A 25
Greene, Roy C; Siler City 50
Greer, Louise ; M.A 25
Greeson, James Boyd; Burlington 50
Grey, Thomas Temple; Southern Pines 50
Griffin, Barbara; Ayden 144
Griffin, Bennie Lee; Middlesex 93
Griffin, Betty Lou; Williamston 93
Griffin. Clinton C; Dover 113
Griffin, Fidelia Fay; Rocky Mount 131
Griffin, Flora Addie; Monroe 131
Griffin, Grover L., Jr.; Fayetteville ._ 131
Griffin, J. Comer; Williamston 93
Griffin, James Dalton; Washington 50
Griffin, John Webb; Edenton ._ 131
Griffin, Lillian C; Louisburg 93
Griffith, James A.; Leaksville 131
Griffin, Peggy Ann; Columbia 93
Grigsby, Lois G.; M.A. 25
Grissom, Janet Allen; Roanoke Rapids 113
Grissom, Lawrence R.; Henderson 131
Gunn, Ann Ross; Hopewell, Va 93
Gunn, Betty Gwynn; Providence 131
Gunn, Shirley Ann; Providence 50
Gunter, Emily Ann; Lumberton 93
Gurganus,- Joseph Vernon, Jr.; Washington. 93
Gurkin, Lewis Taylor; Williamston _113
Gurley, Helen Annette; Goldsboro 93
Gurley, Raymond G.; Goldsboro 93
Guthrie, Rhoda Pauline; Morehead City ....113
Gwaltney, Joyce; Dudley... 113
Haddock, Clyde Joshua; Vanceboro _ 113
Haddock, Phyllis; Ayden ..._ 93
Haddock, Samuel Eugene; Greenville - 93
Hagan, Ginger Carole; Rocky Mount 131
Hagler. Linda Sue; Kannapolis 145
Haigwood, Thomas J.; M.A 25
Haire, Janie Sue; Elizabethtown .131
Haislip, Betty Frances; Hamilton.. - ...131
Haislip, Joseph Alton, Jr.; Hassell 93
Haislip, Robert Wayne; Greenville..... _131
Hale. James Linwood; Littleton -131
Hales, Carl Whitaker; Jacksonville 131
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Hales, James Marion, Jr.; Greenville 93
Hales, Mazie Freeman ; R.N. .. 25
Hall, Bobby Ray; Erwin 50
Hall, Frances Ann; Salemburg 131
Hall, Jacky Neil; Henderson ,.... 131
Hall, June Trevis; Durham 145
Hall, Mabel Lacv; M.A. 25
Hall, Madline; Watha 93
Hall, Mary M.; Erwin 131
Hall, Mathew, Jr.; Fredericksburg, Va 93
Hall. Robert Lee; Hope Mills 131
Hall, Sydna Ann; Greensboro -131
Hall, Treva; Autryville 93
Hall, Wilma Grey; Roseboro 131
Ham, Josh, Jr.; Grimesland 94
Hamilton. Mildred Carol; Atlantic 94
Hammond. Martha Jane; New Bern 113
Hammer, John T.; Rock Castle, Va .113
Hamric, Ann Best; Greenville 131
Hancock, Frank McRav; Scotland Neck .94
Hancock, Jean Ruth; Monroe 131
Handley. Ruby Lucille; Goldsboro 94
Hannon. Daniel Thomas, 111; Henderson 131
Hardee. Amos Dalton; Greenville 131
Hardee, Evelyn Joanna; Greenville 113
Hardee, Shirley Rose; Greenville 131
Hardee, Thurman Ray; Greenville 131
Hardesty, Johnise Abbott; Newport 131
Hardison, Albert U.; New Bern 50
Hardison. Alma Virginia; Edenlon 131
Hardison, Betsy Mitchell; Jamesville 131
Hardison, Billie Carson; Walstonburg 113
Hardison. Franklin G.; Williamston 113
Hardison, Jane Fields; Walstonburg 145
Hardister, Nelson Randy; Badin 131
Hardy. Jean Rouse; La Grange 51
Hargett. Jean Carol; New Bern 94
Hargrove. Kay Pilley; Weldon...... 51
Hargrove, Shirley Ray; Snow Camp 51
Harker. Amelia Ann; Pollocksville... 113
Harman. Mercedes: New Bern 113
Harmon, Pat Budd; Buies Creek .94
Harmon, Ramon Alphonso; Ahoskie 113
Harney, Leonard Tilton; Robersonville 131
Harper, Allen S.; Tarboro 145
Harper. James R.; Enfield. 94
Harper. Josephine A.; Greenville 113
Harper, Kenneth Weston; Albertson 113
Harper, Larry W.; Albertson 113
Harper. Robert Lyndon; Tarboro 131
Harrell. Barbara Lynn; Raleigh 51
Harrell. Barbara Pearson; Oak City 131
Harrell. Ennis R.; Wallace 113
Harrell, Faye Watson; Kinston 51
Harrell. Fayette Wilson; Greenville 113
Hassell, Johnnie L.; Chief of Campus Police 25
Harrell, Peggy Jean; Ehrhardt, S. C 113
Harrell, Joseph Armster, Jr.; Colerain 131
Harrell, Shirley Corine; Edenton 51
Harrell, Walter Perry; Gatesville... 131
Harrelson, Norma Anne; Southport 131
Harrington, Annie Lou; Aulander 131
Harris, Angela Emilia; Greenville 113
Harris, Annie Jane; Creswell 94
Harris, Annie Jeanetle; Kinston .94
Harris, Barbara Colleen; Beaufort... .94
Harris, Betty Sue Gay; Bunn 51
Harris. Carol Anne; Camp Lejeune 131
Harris. Charles Thomas; Williamston 113
Harris, Charles W.; Elizabeth City 131
Harris, Coy Ward; Carthage 113
Harris, David Lee; Burlington 51
Harris. Donald Baldwin; Laurinburg 51
Harris, Eddie N.; Williamston 51
Harris, Ernestine; Burlington 131
Harris, Franklin Ray; Forest City lie
Harris, Glenda Jolly; Lumberton 113
Harris, Helen Gamble; Laurinburg 52
Harris, Joseph Franklin; Oriental .94
Harris. Joy; Washington 52
Harris. Lacye Bailey; Neuse 113
Harris, Lena Gray; Greenville 131
Harris, Margaret Ann: Oriental 131
Harris, Martin Luther: New Bern 131
Harris. Marv Ann; Hertford .52
Harris, Mary Sue; Belhaven ...94
Harris, Mattie Lou; Enfield 131
Harris, Nancy Haskins; Greenville. 131
Harris, Sadie Louise; Havelock .94
Harris, Shelby Jean; Snow Hill 131
Harris, Wilma Alease; Roanoke Rapids 94
Harrison, Charles Ronnie; Wilmington 131
Harrison, Edwin Francis; Goldsboro 52
Harrison, Herman G.; New Bern 52
Harrison. Jessie Dare; Plymouth .131
Harrison. Robert G., Ill; Williamston 94
Harrison. Ted O'Nell; Tarboro... 113
Hart, Betty Alice; Goldsboro.. .131
Hart, James Richard; Norfolk, Va.. .132
Hart. Mary Alice; Ayden .132
Harton, Herbert Clarence; Raleigh 52
Harvey. Caroline Rose; Littleton 113
Harvey. Frances Anne; Littleton .52
Harvin, Peggy Griffin; Woodland 94
Haskins, Donald Richard; Goldsboro 113
Hassell, Ruby E.; Asst. Librarian 25
Hasty. Gerald Lee; Monroe 113
Hasty. Walter Alexander, Jr.; Monroe ...52
Hatem, Mary Lee; Morganton 132
Hathaway, George Dewev; Farmville ...144
Hathaway, Gladys Ree; Greenville 132
Hathaway, Henry Brian; Tarboro 94
Hauser, Terry W.; Greensboro 113
Hawes, M. Beth; Watha...... 94
Hawkins, Paul Franklin; Kinston ...132
Hay. Cathryn Irene; Spencer 94
Hayes, Donald; M.A. 25
Hayes, Dorothy Ann; Durham 132
Hayes, Joy Ann; Rocky Mount 113
Hayes, Robert Alston; Henderson 132
Hayman, Eugene; Coinjock 52
Haynes, Hubert C; Ph.D 25
Haynes, Phillip Conrad; Spray 113
Haynes, Rebekah Hoyte; Burlington 52
Havwood, Patricia Anne; Mount Gilead 132
Heath, Edna Janet; Newport . 53
Heath, Gene Allen; Greenville 132
Heath, Joyce Mae; Greenville 145
Heath, Margaret F.; Elizabeth City 53
Heath. Sue Lillian; Kinston 132
Hedgpeth. Dixie Lee; Bunn Level 94
Helms, Barbara Karen; Monroe .....132
Helms, Billy Charles; Monroe...... .53
Helms. Jerry Calvin; Monroe 132
Helms, Mary Cauthey; Ph.D 25
Helms. Rufus Marshall; M.A 26
Hendrix, James Curtis; Greenville 94
Hendrix, Josephine Gorham; Greenville 132
Hendrix, Martha Jo Gorham; Asst. Cashier 26
Henley. Jackson A.; Asheboro 113
Hennessee. Thomas Howard; Morganton 94
Henries. Gladys Frances: Lowland 94
Henry, Frances V.; Ph.D 26
Henry, Joseph Doch; New Bern .94
Hepler, Janice Louise; Greensboro... 94
Herring, Adrian D.; Towson, Md .113
Herring, Betty Jeane; Lumberton 132
Herring, Patricia Ann; Greenville... 113
Herring, Robert Lovette; Mount Olive 53
Herring, Selma Bryan; Tarboro .94
Hester, Patricia Agnes; Hurdle Mills 94
Hewett, Billie June; Ash .94
Hewett, Vivian Eloise; Wilmington 94
Hicks, Goldie Janet; Oxford 145
Hicks, Nancy Sue; Baltimore, Md 113
Hicks, Rodney Delmore; Deep Run 144
Highsmith, Feme L. ; Nurnberg, Ger 94
Hight, Ronald Gray; Henderson.. ...132
Hilburn, Janice Louise; Council 94
Hill. Greta Glen; Sneads Ferry 144
Hill, Janet Marie; Elizabeth City 94
Hill, Marilyn Betsy; Deep Run 132
Hill. Nat Gray; Chocowinity 113
Hill. Tennielean; Rougemont _.. 53
Hill. Wilton M.; Kinston 95
Hinnant, Henry W.; Kenly 132
Hinson, Carl Rayford; Walstonburg 95
Hinson, Elton Roosevelt; Clarendon 132
Hinson, Geneva; Whiteville 53
Hinton, A. C, Jr.; Spring Hope .95
Hinton, Curt, Jr.; Wilson 53
Hinton, Robbie Jeanette; Kenly.. 113
Hintz, Robert Edward; Greenville .113
Hirshberg, Edgar Walter; Ph.D .26
Hobbs, Charles Dennis; Smithfield 132
Hobby, Charles Eugene; Apex 132
Hobby. Mervin; Durham 113
Hobgood, Druid Dixon, Jr.; Winterville. ... 113
Hocutt, Zeb Vance. Jr.; Garner 114
Hodges, Cecelia Ann; Elizabeth City 132
Hodges, Elane Margaret; Dunn 114
Hodges, James Eugene; Washington 95
Hodges, Janet Elizabeth; Sanford. 114
Hodges, Maxwell D.; Jr.; Engelhard 114
Hodges, Treasure; Washington ...53
Hoffler, Rose Marie; Sunbury 145
Hoffman, Charles C; Alexandria, Va 114
Hoffman, Joseph McNeil; MaysviUe 95
Hogan, Lois Ann; Lynchburg, Va ....53
Hollamon, Max; Four Oaks 114
Holland, Bernice Leora; Stella 95
Holland, Mary G.; Greensboro 95
Holland, Stuart Omega; Edenton 132
Holler, Barbara Ellen; Greensboro 53
Holley, William Hampton; Wilmington... 114
HoUiday. Barbara Ann; Jamesville .54
Holloway, Priscilla Ann; Fuquay Springs..l32
Hollowell, Billy Gerald; Kinston _.. 132
Hollowell, Lavee; Goldsboro 132
Hollowell, Stuart; Tyner 132
Holmes, Randell E.; Manteo. 114
Holt, Emma Jean; Burlington 132
Holt, Joseph Thurman; Apex.. 95
Holton, James Radford; Greensboro 114
Holton, Shirley Jean; Grantsboro. ...54
Honeycutt, Willis Boyce. Jr.; Mount Olive 132
Hood, Ronald Norton; Southport... 95
Hooper. Alan McBride; Elizabeth City 132
Hooper, Elsie M.; Rocky Mount 144
Hooper, Emma L.; M.A 26
Hooper, Marcia JoAnne; Stumpy Point 132
Hoover, Bobby Ray; Kinston 54
Horn, David A.; M/Sgt 26
Home, Alice Anne; Tabor City.. 114
Horner, Paula Ann; Bailey 144
Hoskins, Frank L.; Ph.D 26
House, Jacque Lucille; Plymouth.. ...132
House, Phyllis Ayers; Robersonville ...132
Howard, Alton E.; Greenville 54
Howard, Catherine Ann; Kinston.. 54
Howard. George Earl; Wilson 114
Howard, Janet Marie; Kinston 132
Howard, Kenneth Lane; Pink Hill 54
Howell, John Robert; Greenville 114
Howell, Nelda Kay; Hubert 132
Howell, Rachel R.; Goldsboro 114
Howell, Sue C; M.A 26
Howell, William Bryant; Goldsboro.... 132
Howell, William Donald; Princeton 95
Howell, William Lee; Rich Square 132
Howell, W. W.; M.A. . 26
Howie. Ann Jackson; Greenville 114
Hoyle, Frances Irene; Hazelwood 54
Hudgins, Mary Lois; Enfield. 145
Hudler, James Ward; Richlands 132
Hudnell, Howard W.; Oriental 114
Hudson, James Howard; Greenville 132
Hudson, Johnny Preston; Wadesboro 114
Hudson, Robert Thomas; Dunn 114
Hudson, William Daniel; Dunn 54
Huff, Lyndon Lewis, Jr.; Kernersville 132
Huffstetler, Charles Frederick; Gastonia. .132
Hughes, Ann Carol; Pollocksville ____ __ ___ 95
Hughes, Frances Lee; St. Brides, Va 54
Hughes, George Rufus; Pollocksville .. - 132
Hughes, James O'Donald; Colerain 54
Hughes, Laurice Miller; Stedman 55
Hughes, Marilyn Elizabeth: Oxford 55
Hull, Claude Momas; Durham 95
Hull, Mary Elinor; M.A. 26
Humphrey, Alice Miriam; Smithfield 132
Humphrey, John Curtis; Lumberton 95
Humphrey. June Carolyn; Haw River 132
Hundley, Jackie R.; Draper 132
Hunt. Robert Leonard; Stantonburg _ . 95
Hunt, Shirley; Louisburg .95
Hunter, E. Lawana; Winston-Salem 114
Hunter, Martha Ann; Winston-Salem 132
Hunter, Wilbur Eugene; Burlington :i32
Hurst, Albert Lee; Jacksonville 132
Hurst, Darrell Wayne; Ayden 132
Hurst, Edwin Lacy; Greensboro.. ,. 55
Hutchens, Bobby; Sanford 132
Hux, Mary Dee; Greenville 132
Hyatt, Robert Stadley; Ahoskie ...55
Hylton, Elizabeth Ann; Mullens, W. Va 55
Icard, Harriet E.; Evergreen 114
Ingle, Esther Marie; Arapahoe 95
Ingram, Donald Cameron; Aurora 132
Ingram, Harold D.; Lilesville 95
Ipock, George Thomas, Jr.; Greenville 132
Irons, Gary Frederick; M.D 26
Isles, Mary Ann; Littleton .95
Jackson, Carolyn Rose; Godwin 114
Jackson, Dorothy Anne; Greenville.. ._ 95
Jackson, Garland Eugene; Dunn 55
Jackson, George L., Jr.; Plymouth _-132
Jackson, Harold Leon; Dunn 55
Jackson, Joseph Ray; Winterville 114
Jackson, Lawson A.; Henderson 95
Jackson, Marian Patricia; Saint Pauls 132
Jackson, Nancy Louise; Winterville 95
Jackson, Peggy Ann; Robersonville 144
Jackson, Phyllis Annette; Grifton 95
Jackson, Samuel Ernest; Spring Hope 95
James, A. Cecil; Manning 95
James, Alton Ray; Bethel 114
James, Benjamin Thomas; Robersonville... .145
James, Cynthia Duane; Williamston 114
James, Dottie Jo; Wilmington 95
James, Frederick C; Portsmouth, Va 95
James, Harold Lloyd; Rose Hill.. ...55
Jarman, Council Travis; Kinston 95
Jarvis, Andrew Preston, Jr.; Greenville 114
Jarvis, Ester M.; Belhaven 133
Jarvis, Johnnie Louise; Washington .114
Jenkins, Anniebelle Steele; Wilmington 133
Jenkins, Barbara Leia; Greenville 133
Jenkins, Doming; Greenville 133
Jenkins, Elmore Royal; Snow Hill 133
Jenkins, Glendal; Dover 133
Jenkins, Lula Belle; Laurinburg .114
Jenkins, Raybon Benta; Fairmont 133
Jenkins. William A.; Fairmont 114
Jennette, J. Lois; Mount Olive 55
Jennings, Linwood E., Jr.; Greenville 55
Jerrette, Clara Marie; Lake Waccamaw......l33
Jernigan, Doyle Anita; Lewiston .144
Jernigan, Enid Glee; Godwin 133
Jernigan, Lois Gray; Dunn 145
Jessup, Mary Blanche; Elizabethtown 114
Johnson, Alvin William; Lakeview, Ohio 133
Johnson, Annie Lou; Rex 133
Johnson, Deloris Irene; Elizabeth City 95
Johnson, Dewey Lester; Walstonburg 133
Johnson, Diana Ruth; Asheboro . 114
Johnson, Eleanor Jane; Trenton 114
Johnson, Frances Earle; Roanoke Rapids 114
Johnson, Frank D.; Washington 133
Johnson, Harriet Atwill; Sec. to Dean 26
Johnson, Hunter Ann; Wendell .114
Johnson. James E., Jr.; Tryon 95
Johnson, Jenny Lind; Fairmont ...114
Johnson, Jimmy Lee. Jr.; Pink Hill 56
Johnson, Linwood C; Angier 133
Johnson, Martha Ann; Benson 56
Johnson, Mary Anne; Four Oaks .....133
Johnson, Mary Kathryn; Greenville 133
Johnson, Mary Louise; Plymouth 144
Johnson, Patricia Ann; Lillington 95
Johnson, Peggy Warrick; Plymouth 56
Johnson, Walter E.; Elizabethtown 56
Johnston, Margaret R.; Cashier 26
Johnston, Martha Murdoch; Charlotte .95
Johnston, Robert J.; Draper. 95
Jones, Mrs. Alice T.; Secretary 26
Jones, Ann Carol; Kinston 133
Jones, Bobbie; Nashville 145
Jones, Billy Paniel; Benson 114
Jones, Carroll Dean; Neuse 96
Jones, Charlotte Ann; Littleton 56
Jones, Charlotte Gray; Red Oak 56
Jones, Clarence Arthur; Clayton 133
Jones, Edwin B.; Walstonburg 96
Jones, Eleanor Jabez; Halifax 133
Jones, Elwood E.; Snow Hill 133
Jones, Everett Lindsay; Albemarle.... 96
Jones, Harry Gates; Durham... 114
Jones, Harvel Carter; La Grange 133
Jones, Herbert C; Stantonsburg 133
Jones, Ida Frances; Asheboro 133
Jones, James H.; Snow Hill... 133
Jones, Jasper Dean; Oxford 56
Tones, John W.; Nashville 133
Jones, Jean M.; Edward 114
Jones, Jesse Branch; Ayden ...96
Jones, Jo Ann; Zebulon 96
Jones, Linda Ann; Laurinburg .56
Jones, Margaret Louise; Laurel Hill 56
Jones, Margie Ruth; Snow Hill 56
Jones, Martha Gray; Haw River 133
Jones, Mary Elizabeth; Wilmington 57
Jones, Nancy B.; Portsmouth, Va 133
Jones, Patricia; Farmville 96
Jones, Ralph Donald; Stantonsburg 96
Jones, Robert Eugene; Rocky Mount 133
Jones, Robert L; Raleigh .96
Jones, Sylvia Ann; Kinston 96
Jones, Tommy Leon; Raleigh 96
Jones, William Alton; Greer 133
Jordan, Frances Joy; Greenville 114
Jordan, Henry Lin; Edenton 133
Jordan, Leslie Ray; Goldsboro 114
Jordan, Ray J.; Ahoskie. 147
Jordan, William 0.; Greenville 96
Jorgensen, N. M.; Ph.D. 26
Joyner, Audrey L. ; Ayden 145
Joyner, Christine Rae; Mount Olive.. 57
Joyner, George David; Weldon 57
Joyner, Jesse Herbert; Henderson 114
Joyner, Julia Smith; Snow Hill 57
Joyner, Norma Marie; Mount Olive 114
Joyner, Paul H., Jr.; Weldon 57
Joyner, Ray Evans; Nashville 96
Judge, Elizabeth Lamb; Wallace 96
Julian, Cecil Perry; Salisbury 114
Kaminski, Fredric T.; Scranton, Pa 133
Kanipe, Bruce Nelson; Rockingham 114
Kares, Artemis C; Greenville 114
Katsias, Mile; Virginia Beach, Va 114
Kearney, Kenneth Waitus; Goldsboro 133
Kearney, Polly Ann; Snow Hill .... 57
Kealon, Benjamin F., Jr.; Belhaven .57
Keel, Eddie Maurice; Scotland Neck 133
Keel, Maxine; Groton, Conn 114
Keene, Mary .Maynard ; Four Oaks. 115
Keeter, Mary Liles; Littleton 133
Keister, Elwood J.; Ph.D. 26
Keith, Nancy Sue; Fuquay Springs 133
Kelly, Ann Kathryn; Micro 115
Kelly, Joseph Ray; Bladenboro 133
Kelly, Mary Margaret; Salisbury .....133
Kelly, Ralph Bogan, Jr.; Garner 133
Kelly, Sybil Ann; Sanford 115
Kendall, Julia Pauline; Fayetteville... 144
Kenerson, Catherin Elizabeth; Raleigh 133
Kennedy, Mavis Marie; Mount Olive 115
Kent, William Henry; Tarboro 96
Kepler, Peggy Sue; High Point 115
Killebrew, Kenneth K.; Rocky Mount 115
Kilpatrick, Shirley Lane; Cove City... .144
Kinard, Eleanor Ann; Plymouth 57
King, Bftty L.; Reidsville 115
King, Horace G.; Kinston.. 57
King, Howard Holton, Jr.; Greenville 133
King, Leslie A.; Jacksonville 96
King, Lloyd Cline; Warrenton 144
King, Michael Evans; Henderson 115
Kinlaw, David M.; Albuquerque, N. M... 96
Kinlaw, Sylvia Jeannette; Saint Pauls 57
Kirkman, Thomas Lewis; Jamesville 96
Klingenschmitt, Sally Hinton; M.A 26
Knight, Dorothy Faye; Cerro Gordo 58
Knight, George W., Jr.; Rocky Mount _.96
Knight, Rebecca Glenn; Roxboro 115
Knight, Roy N.; Greenville..... ......58
Knight. Thomas Lowell; Madison ...115
Knox, James Malcolm; Bolivia 115
Koebberling, Jack B.; Lenoir 96
Kohler. James S. ; Conshohocken, Pa 115
Koon, Joyce Geraldine; Grifton 133
Kornegay, Nick Deens; Albertson 58
Kornegay, Paula Ruth; Wilmington. 115
Kornegay, Robert S.; Warsaw.. 144
Krausnick, Walter S.; Ph.D _ _ .26
Lackey, Jane Roberta; Hiddenite 115
Lamb, Felbert Gill; Elizabeth City 133
Lamb, James V.; Lumberton 115
Lamb, Virginia Gail; Lumberton 133
Lambie, Ruth; M.A 26
Lamb, Mrs. Doris T. ; Sec. to Dean 26
Lamm, Gladys Marie; Lucama 58
Lamb, Ralph Lee; Wilson 58
Lancaster, Barbara Ann; Castalia 96
Lancaster, Curtis H.; Goldsboro... 115
Lancaster, Doris Annette; Goldsboro .96
Lancaster. Mac; Grifton 96
Land, Ira Thurman; High Point 96
Land, Thomas E.; High Point...... 96
Lane, Camaria Anne: Siler City 115
Lane, Lawrence Edwin; Stantonsburg 96
Lane, Pailen Ray; Hertford 144
Lane. Thomas Hubert, Jr.: Stantonsburg.. .96
Lane, Virgil Wilton; Burlington .58
Lang, Rachael Ann; Greenville 58
Lang, Wallace Kay; Kinston 145
Langdon, Harold Irving; Smithfield. .96
Langley, Betty Loel; Rocky Mount .....133
Langley, Sylvia Carolyn; Selma 145
Langdon, Charlie Braxton; Smithfield, .96
Langston, Dorothy Anne; Raleigh 115
Lanier. AUie Doris; Chinquapin 115
Lanier, CaUon Leverne; Maple HilL -145
Lanier, Patsy Jo.; Jacksonville 133
Lannian, Carolyn Sue; Greenville 133
Lansche, Jane Elizabeth; New Bern .-115
Larimore, Donald Richard; Winston-Salem 58
Larsen, Tora M.; M.A. _ 26
Lassiter, kxm Elizabeth; Plymouth -58
Lassiter, Janell Byrd; Clayton 133
Lassiter. .Sue Carol; Plymouth - 133
Latta, John William, Jr.; Mebane 96
Laughinghouse, Dorothy Hope; Dunn 58
Laughinghouse, James William; Columbia .133
Lawler, Harry Joseph; Hopewell, Va 59
Laws, Marjorie Anne; Henderson 133
Lawton, Fred Durwood; Edenton 115
Leach, Margaret Dolares; Greensboro 133
Leary, Annette; Elizabeth City 145
Leary, Douglas Perry; Tyner 133
Leary, Elizabeth Ann; Alliance..- 133
Leary, Harold Thelbert; Durham 133
Ledbetter, Freida ; Burlington - 96
Lee, Betty Jean; Oriental 134
Lee, Carole Glenn; Gastonia 134
Lee, Edward Earl; Washington 134
Lee, Helen Allene; Oriental.. 59
Lee, John William; New Bern 96
Lee, Robert E., Jr.; Salisbury 59
Lee, Robert Edward; Edenton..-. - 134
Lee, Robert Franklin; Greenville 59
Lee. Ted Manning; Cassatt, S. C 115
Leeuwenburg. Henry A., Jr.; Wilmington .134 Leeuwenburg, Johanna E.; Wilmington - 115
Lefler. Harold Vinson: Willard - .134
Leggett. Donald Yates; Buies Creek 96
Leggett, Faye D.; Secretary 26
Leggett. Georgie Anna; Raleigh- -.- 134
Leggett, Irma G.; Raleigh 59
Legsett. Lilla Margaret; Scotland Neck- --134
Leggett. Patsy Ruth; Scotland Neck 97
Leonard. Kaye Claire; Lexington 146
Leonard. Patsy J.; Louisburg -115
Leonard, Richard Carlton; Erwin 59
Lester, William Terry; Raeford 97
Letchworth, Celia Ann; Snow Hill 134
Lewis, Charles B..; Richlands - 97
Lewis. Gary Willard; Kernersville- 134
Lewis. Joy Lee; Grimesland 115
Lewis. Loretta Griffin: Dover- - 59
Lewis, Lou Tavlor: Farmville 144
Lewis, Mildred Ann; Hertford .97
Lewis, Octavia K.; Greenville 134
Lewis, Patricia Ann; Smithfield 134
Lewis, Robert Conrad, Jr.; Greensboro 97
Lewis. Shirley Elizabeth; Dudley - 134
Lewis, Thomas Evans; Rocky Mount 115
Lewis, Vernon .Monroe; Marshallberg -97
Lewis, Wallace Bradford: Dover 134
Liles, Julia Dewar; Littleton 115
Lilly, Aurelia Paige: Gatesville . - 59
Lilly, Francis Eugene: Williamston 59
Lilley, Leonard Davis, Jr.; Greenville 115
Lilley, Melton G.: Williamston.. 115
Lilley, Robert C; Tarboro... 115
Lilley, Shelton Earl; Williamston - 59
Lilly, Nancy Jane: Miami, Florida 115
Limer, Peggie Marie; Rich Square 60
Lina, Joseph C; Davis. .- 60
Lindley, Barbara Anne; Greensboro 115
Lindsay, Robert Wilkins; Newton Grove 97
Lindsey, Paul Rudolph; Rocky Mount- 97
Liner, Joseph Daniel. Jr.; Asheville .134
Lisk, Thelma C; Statesville - 60
Litchfield, George Watson; Aurora 134
Little, Alice Rose; Greenville 134
Little. Betty Jean; Winterville 115
Little, Evelyn Marie; Greenville ...-. 134
Little, H. Richard; Delaware Water Gap, Pa 97
Little. Janis Louise; Selma 146
Littleton, Jean Carolyn; Stella 60
Liverman, Lennie Geraldine; Conway. 60
Lockamy, Patricia ; Kinston 97
Long, Cecil Earl; Jamesville - -.60
Long, Frances Jeanette; Longwood 97
Long, Joel Baynes; Cedar Grove - 115
Long, Joseph K.; Ph.D 26
Long, Sylvia Anne; Elizabeth City 134
Longest, Martha Ernestine; Graham 134
Lounsbury, Barbara .^nn: Wilmington 134
Loutrel, Sarah Helen; Randelman 115
Love, Charles Renfrew; Lucama 97
Love. William Saunders; Rockingham 134
Lovelace, Charles Kennedy; New Bern 60
Lovette, Janelle ; M.A. - - -26
Lowe. Hilda Grev; Gibsonville 115
Lowe, Velma W.; M.A _. 26
Lowery, John David; Jacksonville.... 115
Lowry, Nancy Ann; Elizabeth City.... -115
Lucas. Melda Anne; Lucama 115
Lucas. Thomas Weldon; Roseboro 97
Luke. Ralph L.; Plymouth 134
Lupo. Jeanette Byrd; Wade 115
Liles, Helen Jane; Sims 115
Mc Adams. Billy Alvin; GreenviUe 97
McArthur, William Patterson; Fayetteville . 60
McBride, Betty Jane; Jonesville 134
McCabe, Harold Warren; Newport 115
McCain, Harold Denn; Yaneeyville 134
McCain, Louise L.; Elizabeth City 134
McCall. Mar>- Ida; Salemburg - .115
McCaulev, Betty Lea; Burlington 134
McClamrock, Gwendolyn O.; Raleigh 134
McClear\', Dorothy P.: Portsmouth, Va 134
McCullum, Elizabeth Ann; Reidsville 115
McCormic, Martha Joann; Saint Pauls 97
McCoy, Dorothv C; Kinston -.... 60
McCoy, Paul; Hookerton 134
McMullen. George Leslie; Goldsboro 60
McCulloch. Rebecca Ann; Leaksville 134
McDaniel. Bobbie Jean; Statesville 115
McDaniel, Carole; Kinston .116
McDaniel. Geraldine; Fayetteville 97
McDaniel, Jackie; Fayetteville 97
McEwen, Dorothy Susan: Wilmington 134
McFarland, Ernest Lindley; Henderson 61
McGee, Eunice Hill; Ragsdale Counselor 23
McGowen, Joyce Elizabeth; Willard 97
McGuffin, Frances Folk; Raleigh 97
McGwigan. Ann; Enfield 116
Mclnlvr,-. Jeanette; Rocky Mount 144
Molntvre. Richard Thomas; Rocky Mount -61
McKay. Ann Elizabeth: Red Springs 116
McKay. Sally Jean; Elizabethtown. 61
McKee, James Harold; High Point 116
-McKeel, Milton Worth; Princeton 116
McKenzie, Jean Carolyn; Wilmington 61
McKinney, Alma Louise; M.S 23
McKinney. Linwood Wayne; Scranton 61
McLamb, Billie Jo; Newton Grove 116
McLamb, Catherine Page; Rocky Mount... 134
McLamb, Marshall Allen; Coats.-- -61
McLaurin, Joe Ann; Stednian 134
McLawhorn, Helon Ruth; Greenville- 134
McLawhorn, Kenneth Earl; Vanceboro 134
McLawhorn, Shorley Ann; Grimesland 61
McLean, Vernon Lee; Lumberton .97
McLemore, Lena Kay; Hendprs^n 116
McLeod, Shirley Faye; Mebane 134
McNeill, Nancy Lynn; \^hiteville 116
McNiel, Bessie; Ph.D... 26
McPhail, Earl Thomas; Rowland 134
McPhaul, John Arch; Raeford 61
McPherson, Harlan Lofton; Wilmington 116
McPherson, Mary- Lee; South Mills .116
McPherson, Nellie; Clarendon .61
McRae, Margaret Rose; Mount Gilead.. 146
McRae, .Mary; Rowland- -.- _ 146
McRae. Sarah; Rowland ..._ 134
McRoy, Ryman David: Tarboro... 134
McSwain, Gail Deanna - 116
Mabe, Harrell E.; Prospect Hill - 97
Mabry, Diana Patricia; Hollister 116
Madison, James Charles; Jonesville 97
Madre, .Mary Abigail; Elizabeth City...... 134
Magee, Lucetta Lynn; Plymouth 146
Mahoney, Dallas V.; T/Sgt 26
Mallard, Alta Ann; Trenton 61
Mallard, Graham Warden; Trenton 116
Mallard, Nancy Carol; Trenton _ 116
Mallard, Sylvia Jean; Trenton 116
Mallison, Mae Frances; Winton 134
-Mallory, Elizabeth H.; Student Bank 26
.Mallory, James B.; M.A 26
Maloney, Edward J.; Major 26
Malpass, Marlene; Goldsboro 134
Maness, Myrel E.; Graysburg _... 62
Maness, Norma Lancaster; Fayetteville. 62
Mangum, Peggy G.; Saratoga 62
Mangum, William AUer; Carolina Beach 116
.Mann, Betty Credle; Fairfield 144
.Mann, Bobby ; Newport 62
Mann, .Milton Thomas; Sanford 97
Mann, Beta P.; Newport 116
Manning, Robert J.: Bethel 134
Manos. Gus Mike: Favetteville 97
Markham, Agnes Peyton: Greenville 62
Markham, Kenneth W\, Jr.; Elizabeth City 134
Markham, Shirley Marie; Durham 62
Marshall, Margaret Ann; Graham 116
Marshall, William Edgar; Ph.D. 26
Marshbourne, Helen Irene; Spring Hope....ll6
Marshburn, Herman W.; Richlands 116
Martin, Barbara Faye; Jamesville 134
Martin, Betsy Sue: Durham 146
Martin, Betty Lou; Four Oaks - ...- -134
.Martin, George C; Ph.D .26
.Martin. Julius Carlton; Robersonville 97
Martin. Larry Charles; Cramerton 62
Martin, Phyllis Jordan; Rockingham 134
Martin, Sylvia James; Mount Olive 116
Martinez, Inez N.: E. Carolina College 62
Martinez, Ravmond Harold; M.A .26
Marvel. Evelyn Stevenson ; Milford, Del. 146
Mason. Sherry Anne; Rockingham..- .134
Mason, Elizabeth Anne; Lillington - 134
Mason, Janice Marie; Swansboro. - - 62
-Mason, Joseph Lee; Newton Grove 134
Mason. Joseph V.; Atlantic .97
Massengill, Carolyn Faye; Smithfield- 97
Massengill, Carolyn Rose; Four Oaks 116
Massey, John Thomas; Princeton 97
Matthews, Barbara Ann; Asheville..._ - 62
Matthews. Helen Bland; Robersonville .63
Matthews, Jimmy; Castalia 97
Matthews, Sarah Elizabeth; Wilmington 116
Matthis, Roland E.; Clinton 134
Maulden, Gloria Ashlynn; Kannapolis 134
Maxwell, Ethelyn Claudia; Dunn... .134
May, Johnnie E.; Grimesland 63
May, Zilphia Comolia; Hookerton 97
Maynard, Robert Tillman; Gary 97
Maynard, Virginia Bobbitt; Cary 63
Mayo, Ann L.; Plymouth. -63
Mayo, Nurtia Alice; Greenville 97
Meachum. William O.; Virginia Beach, Va. 116
Meads, James Gregory; Portsmouth, Va 116
Meares, Henry Lee; Cerro Gordo 135
Medlin, Nancy Leigh; Middlesex 135
Meeks, Joseph Edgar; Farmville.. .146
Mellon, Margaret Anne; Winterville 63
Melvin, Myra Louise; Tar Hill .146
Mencey, Carol Jean; Wallace 144
Mendenhall, Bee; Cary .116
Mendenhall, Cynthia Anne; Rec. Sup .26
Mercer, Betty Sue; Pink Hill 146
Mercer, Gene G.; Black Creek 116
Mercer, James Hal; Bladenboro 135
Merricks, Emmelt C. Jr.; Reidsville 98
Merritt, Carolyn Faye; Clinton 116
Merritt, Clarice Rose; Chapel Hill 116
Merritt, Elizabeth Grey; Clinton 98
Merritt, Graham Wayne, Jr.; Dover 116
Messick, John A.; Greenville 98
Metis, Albert; Trenton 63
Metts, Charles Rodney; Richlands 135
Metzgar, James Robert; Easton, Pa 135
Meyer, Bernadine; Ed. D .26
Michael, Evelyn Kay; Lexington 146
Midgett, Paul Reubin; Manteo 135
Midyette, Frances Jane; Fairfield 63
Midyette, Kenneth Lambert; Oriental 116
Miller, Bobby Carson; Greensboro 116
Miller, Charles Truett; Beulaville 135
Miller, Dennis Ashley; YorkviUe, 111 135
Miller, Earl Leland; Wilmington 98
Miller, Glenda Kay; Whiteville 146
Miller, Grace L.; Farmville 98
Miller, Jean Marie; Rocky Point 63
Miller, June Carol; Kannapolis 98
Miller, J. O.; Ph.D 26
Millican, Martha Jean; Roxboro 98
Mills, Betsy Ann; Chocowinity 135
Mills. Calvin Evans; Apex 116
Mills, Franklin Daniel; Greenville 135
Mills, Jerry Leath; Burlington 135
Mills, Kendall Drew; Tabor City.. 98
Mills, Louis Gerald, Jr.; Maysville .98
Mills, Nickie Elizabeth; Greenville ...98
Mills, Norman Staley; Apex .....98
Minshew, Arminta; Goldsboro 98
Minshew, Dorothy Glenn; Black Creek 135
Minshew, George R.; Greenville 98
Minshew, Juanita; Goldsboro 98
Mitchell, Dorothy Ann; Hillsboro 116
Mitchell, Janet Mason; Ahoskie 63
Mitchell, Janice Marie; Durham... _...135
Mitchell, Jean Evelyn; Washington _116
Mitchell, Mavis; M.A .26
Mitchell, Robert Eugene; Washington 116
Mixon, Thomas F. ; Winston-Salem 98
Mizelle, Dempsey Brown; Chocowinity 135
Mizelle, Dorothy Lillian; Windsor 98
Mizelle, S. Joyce; Jamesville 98
Mobley, Betty; Roanoke Rapids 116
Mobley, Bettv Helen; Williamston ...98
Mobley, Peggy Anne; Winterville 135
Modlin, Ann Elizabeth; Laurinburg 135
Monds, Richard S.; Dunn 98
Monk, Clarence; Ph.D.. 26
Monroe, Diana Lee; Rockingham 135
Monroe, Edward P.; Woodbridge, Va 98
Monroe, H. B.; M.A 26
Moody, Kenneth Earl; Deep Run 116
Moody, Willard; Deep Run 98
Moore, Autry Lee; Aurora 116
Moore, Benjamin Franklin; Williamston .135
Moore, Carolyn Rose; Clinton 116
Moore, Connie Mae; Raleigh __ 116
Moore, Dorah Leona; Elizabeth City 135
Moore, Doris Irene; Elizabeth City 116
Moore, Doris Jean; Burlington 98
Moore, Fleming Stanley; M.A _ 26
Moore, Frances; Greenville.. _ 98
Moore, Frank Leslie; Farmville 63
Moore, Hanny Osborne; Marshallberg 116
Moore, Howard E.; Dunn 98
Moore, James Curtis; La Grange 116
Moore, Margaret Janice; Snow Hill 135
Moore, Mary Janice; Kinston 116
Moore, Mary T.; Clerk Student Store 27
Moore, Rosalie Kay; Greenville 135
Moore, Shirley Harris; Enfield. .64
Moore. Waher Walker; Beaufort 98
Moorefield, Jean A.; Richmond, Va. 64
Mooring, Mary Frank; Rocky Mount..... 135
Morgan, Douglas .McDowell; Greenville... .135
Morgan, Nancy Alice; Lillington 135
Morris, Billie Gray; Tarboro ... 64
Morris, Gerald Dean; Vandemere 64
Morris, Harry Lee; Goldsboro 64
Morris, Hilda Marie; Zebulon 64
Morris, James Claudis; Rocky Mount 98
Morris, Wayne Bryant; Apex 117
Morrison, Emily Marian; Laurel Hill 98
Morrow, John Deal; Statesville... 64
Morse. Foster Wray; Portsmouth, Va 117
Morton, Barbara Ann; Franklinton 117
Moseley, Emily Jo; Rocky Mount... 98
Mosley, Charley Harlon; Rocky Mount 98
Moye, Alfred Lonza; Snow Hill .117
Moye, Margaret Tucker; Greenville 135
Moye, Mona M.; Akron, Ohio 32
Mozingo, Alice Rose; Goldsboro ......135
Mozingo, Dorothy Jean; Goldsboro 64
Mozingo, Edna Earle; Goldsboro 135
Mozingo, Van Gilbert; Farmville 98
Mozingo, Willis Conrad; Farmville 64
Mulder, Robert Glenn, Jr.; Conway 98
Muldrow, James Archie; Beulaville 117
Mullen, Early Elgin; Grifton.. 135
Mumford, Lewis Eugene, Jr.; Grifton... 135
Mumford, Patricia Ann; Grifton 98
Mumford, Virginia Keel; Robersonville 117
Murphy, Lou; Louisburg 64
Murphy, Sarah Adams; China Grove. 99
Murray, Annie Mae; M.A 27
Murray, Clinton; Arapahoe .65
Murray, Paul; Ph.D 27
Murray, Shirley Daniels; Arapahoe... 65
Musgrave, Joe Carroll; Pikeville. 117
Musgrave, Zebulon Baird; Pikeville 65
Musselwhite, Rachel ; Lumberton 99
Musselwhite, Sallie Augusta; Saint Pauls....l35
Myers, Charles Franklin; Thomasville 135
Myers, Thomas E.; Winston-Salem.. 135
Myrick, Barbara Ann; Lillington 135
Myrick, Clyde Carlton; Littleton .135
Nance. Phiene Elizabeth; Chadbourn 99
Nance, Thomas Nelson; Greensboro 135
Narron, Charlie C, Jr.; Rocky Mount 65
Nash, Tommy G.; Monroe 117
Navarra, John G.; Ph.D 27
Naves, Shirley Ann; Asheville.. .-. 117
Neal, Audrey Faye; Belews Creek 99
Neal, Delia Louise; Engelhard ...135
Neal, Hannah WoUett; Hollister 65
Neal, Vance Brown; Sanford 135
Neale, Mary; Wilmington 99
Needs. Robert L.; Beaufort. 135
Neel, Francis Lee; M.A.. 27
Neel, Ray Mixon; Washington 135
Neilson, John A.; Apex _ 99
Nelson, David V.; New Bern 135
Nelson, Hannah Wrae; Harkers Island 135
Nelson, Patsy Miller; Beaufort 65
Nelson, Thomas B., Jr.; Jacksonville 135
Newsom, J. Adelaide; Weldon 146
Newsom, Lenora Odessa; Winston-Salem....ll7
Newsome, Sonja Pauline; Smithfield 135
Newton, Faye; New Bern 65
Nichols, Betly Lane; Bell Arthur. _..117
Nichols, Billy Gene; Walstonburg 135
Nichols, Ernestine; Washington _..117
Nichols, Jay B.; Greenville .65
Nichols, Patricia Ann; Smithfield 117
Nicholson, Patsy Ann; Vaughan 135
Nixon, Howard Wade; Manteo 99
Noble, James Crisdin; New Bern 135
Nobles, William Thomas; WinterviUe 117
Norman, Terrance R.; Morehead City 117
Norris, Joyce Ann; Hampstead 65
Norris, Ralph Coleman; Roxboro 135
Norris, Tommy Key; Greenville 135
Norton, Everett Livingston, Jr.; Raleigh 135
Nunes, Everett J.; CreswelL... 135
Oakes, Francis Whitfield, Jr.; Greenville .99
O'Briant, Ralep Leon; Morrisville 117
O'Brien, Denis Joseph; Abington, Pa _117
Odham, Elizabeth Williams, Grifton 65
O'Kelley, .Mildred Carolyn; Spring Lake .. 66
Oldham, Barbara Sue; Sanford. 99
Oliver, Rebecca Claro; Mount Olive 135
O'Neal, Robert Union, Jr.; Bath 66
O'Quinn, Georgia Lee; Mamers 136
Orr, Mary Gertrude; Wallace... _ _117
Osborne, Avanelle ; Albemarle - 66
Osborne, Margaret; Wake Forest. 135
Ottaway, Sally Ann; Wilmington 99
Outland. Edward B.; Rich Square 66
Outlaw, Evelyn Elizabeth; Kinston 66
Outlaw, Peggy Anne; Kinston 66
Overly, Floyd E.; Ph.D. 27
Overman, Fred Lemuel; Fremont _ 135
Overman, Jacquelyn; Ayden 135
Overton, James Ray; Winterville 99
Overton, Orville Wright; Aurora 117
Owen, Frances Waynn; Angier 99
Owen, Mona Dean; Graham 136
Owen, Jimmy Wadsworth; Beaufort 135
Owens, Mildred M.; Treas. Office .27
Owens, Nora Lillian; Whiteville 117
Page, Alfred Ezra, Jr.; Fairmont....- _.99
Page, Marilyn Elaine; Burlington _..-136
Page, William Bruce; Chapel Hill 117
Page, William Hoke; Greenville 117
Paramore, Barbara Anne; FarmviUe_ 136
Paramore, William Henry; Washington 117
Parham, Violette Frances; Oxford 99
Parker, Betty Lou; Tarboro j 136
Parker, Charles Thomas; Clinton 117
Parker, Conetoe Paige; Kinston.. ...- ...99
Parker, Doris E.; Fayetteville .^...136
Parker, Jackqueline S.. Wrightsville Beach 144
Parker, John Randolph, Jr.; Kinston 99
Parker, Mary Lou; Raleigh 117
Parker, Nancy Grouse; Raleigh 66
Parker, Nellie Faye; Albertson ...99
Parker, Robert Price; Clinton .136
Parker, Wade James; Charlotte 136
Parkin, James Edmond; Beaufort 99
Park, Donald Lee; Henderson 136
Parks, Scarlett; Raeford 117
Parnell, James H.; M.A 27
Parrish, Lawrence H.; Benson..... - 66
Parrott, Jacob Reid, Jr.; Kinston .136
Parrott, Lewis Thomas, Jr.; Oxford 136
Parrott, Mercer C; Kinston - 66
Partridge, Lewis J.; Lt. Col 27
Paschal. Herbert Richard; Ph.D 27
Pasti, George, Jr.; Ph.D 27
Patch, Janie H.; Secretary 27
Patch. Richard M.; Greenville 99
Pate, Doris Ann ; Rockingham 136
Pate, -Mildred; M.A 27
Pate, Troy W., Jr. ; Goldsboro 99
Patterson, George B.; A.B ,_ 27
Patterson, Robert A.; Rocky Mount 99
Paul, Mary Carole; Edward 136
Payne, Mary Ann; Engelhard 99
Peacock, Sherwood Wade; Fremont 117
Peaden, Mary Elizabeth; Pinetops 136
Pearce, Elizabeth Faye; Zebulon 96
Pearce, Joseph Romus; Raleigh- _ 117
Pearsall, Robert H.; Snow Hill-. 99
Pearson, James Howard; Goldsboro 117
Pearson, Pern,' B.; Gastonia -,117
Peed, Laura Sue; Creedmoor 144
Peel, Ann Davis; Williamston 66
Peele, Betty Jean; Goldsboro - 136
Peele, Katy Ann; Aulander 99
Peele, William Harry. Jr.; Plymouth .136
Pegram, Constance Elaine; Rocky Mount 99
Pendergraft, Kristi Louise; Chapel Hill 117
Pennington, Raymond B.; Greensboro. _..67
Penney. Evelyn B.; Beulaville .99
Pergerson. William B.; ReidsviUe 67
Perkins, Ferlon Adrienne; Timberlake .67
Perkins, James W.; Pink Hill 136
Perkins. Nina Lawrence; Stokes 136
Perkinson. Charles Atkins; Littleton 67
Perry, David Carl; Elizabeth City 136
Perry, Emma Clara; Beaufort 136
Perrv, George E.; M.A 27
Perry, Lee Eldred; Bailey. _ 117
Perry, Linda Mae; Selma 117
Perry, Marguerite A.; M.A 27
Persick. William T.; M.A 27
Pertalion, Al; Bogalusa, La 117
Phelps, James Edwin, Jr.; Greenville 99
Phelps, Nancy Lee; Windsor. 146
Phillips, Betty Anne; Cameron 136
Phillips, Betty George; Warsaw 99
Phillips, Edna Faye; Selma.. 136
Phillips, Gerald Wayne; Siler City 117
Phipps, Elsie Lee; Fayetteville 67
Picklesimer, Parnell W.; Ph.D 27
Pierce, Anne S.; Colerain 117
Pierce, Dora Elizabeth; Greenville 136
Pierce, Eleanor Laura; Mount Gilead 99
Pierce, Janice Faye; Rocky Mount . 117
Pierce, Joyce Annette; Rocky Mount 117
Pierce, Susan Ann; Rocky Mount 136
Pike. Zenobia Ruth; Raleigh 117
Pilgrim. Earl Thaddeus; Washington 117
Pilkington. Edward Lee; Goldsboro ...136
Pillsbury. Carolyn H.; Norfolk, Va 67
Pindell, Jack Mann; Raleigh 136
Piner, Dennis Fleet; Williston. 117
Piner. James Walker, Marshallberg 67
Pingel, Martha M.; Ph.D. 27
Pinner, Bobby Overton; Columbia 136
Pitt, Millard Lee; Rocky Mount 136
Pitlman, Edward F.; Policeman 27
Pittman, Kathryn Raper; Greenville 99
Pittman, Linwood Darryl; Rocky Mount 99
Pittman, Melvyn Earl; Rocky Mount 146
Piver, James Arthur, Jr.; Greenville 100
Plaster, Joseph William; Bassett, Va 117
Pleasants, Ann E.; Angier 100
Pleasants, Marv Hays; Elm City 136
Poindexter, James Edward; Ph.D 27
Pollard, Joseph H.; Portsmouth, Va 136
Pond, Joseph A., Jr.; Portsmouth, Va 117
Pond, Martha Sue; Hamlet _... .67
Poole, DeAnna Elizabeth; Snow Hill .136
Poole, Phyllis Anne; Wake Forest 117
Pope. Bobby Ray; Lexington.. 136
Pope, Emily G.; Kenly .._.117
Pope, Unita Elizabeth; Greensboro 67
Popov, Paul ; Kinston..._ 67
Porter, Mrs. Howard G.; Sec.
Placement Off 27
Porter, Howard G.; M.A 27
Porter, -Mary Ellen; Goldsboro 136
Porter. Patsy Spence; Greenville. 136
Posey, Meredith N.; Ph.D 27
Potter. George Taylor; Jacksonville _118
Potter. Gwen W.; M.A.. _.--27
Powell, Gennette Fay; Lucama 118
Powell, Gerald Anderson; Reidsville.._ 136
Powell, Janet Frances; Winston-Salem 118
Powell, Margaret Rose; Greenville 118
Powell, Warner Baxter; Nashville 118
Powell, William Edgar; Goldsboro... 146
Powers, Mary Hallie; Saint Pauls 146
Preast, Dewey B.; Tarboro 118
Presnell, Ida Mae; Beech Creek. 118
Pressley, Helen Rose; Carthage._ 100
Prevette, Gradv M.; Ringgold, Va -100
Prewett, Clinton R.; Ph.D ,., 27
Price, Audrey Anne; Selma 144
Price, Dennis Ray; Faison 100
Price, Gayra Lucille; Seven Springs 100
Price, Margie Ellen; Selma 100
Price, .Millie Allen; Rocky Mounts 68
Price. Nelson; Seven Springs .....144
Pridgen, Carmen Lee; Nag's Head.. 118
Pridgen. Joy; Cameron.. ...118
Pridgen. Norman Ernest. Jr.; Wilson ...100
Priest, Constance McDonald; Kinston 136
Pritchard. Rodger Elbert; Ahoskie 100
Pritchard, Voight Verne; Kelford 100
Proctor. Beverly Ruth; Richmond, Va. ...136
Proctor. Hannah Dixon; Greenville 118
Proctor, Richard Shirley; Goldsboro .136
Pruden, Barbara Jane; Roxobel 136
Pruden, Harriet Ann; Roxobel 136
Prytherch, Herbert Francis; Beaufort 100
Prvtherch. Katherine T.; Beaufort ,. 136
Puckette. Dixie Lee; Colerain 146
Pugh. Charles Elroy; Shiloh .118
Pulley. Leonard Thurston; Pleasant HiU .. 100
Pulley. Lofton Maddrey; Greenville 136
Pulley, Ted Gay; Wake Forest. _... 118
Purcell, Rachel J.; Winston-Salem ...68
Purvis, Patricia Anne; Ash 68
Quick, Ervin Dillon; Jacksonville 118
Quiney, Peggy Marshall; Whitakers 68
Quinn, B. Hihon; Greenville 118
Quinn, June Allen; Wallace 68
Quinn, Patricia A.; Kenansville 136
Quinn, Patricia Ann; Seven Sprmgs 118
Quinn, Peggy Joyce; Elm City 118
Raby, Janice F.; Norfolk, Va 68
Ragland. Thomas Haines; Plymouth 136
Railey. Rosalyn; Severn 136
Rainey, Harry G. ; College Union _ 27
Rainey, Jean Frances; Littleton 136
Ramsaur, Edmund George, Jr.; M.A .27
Ramseur, Joan; Winnabow 100
Randolph, Barbara Lee; Raleigh 136
Randolph, Eleanor Sue; Raleigh 118
Randolph, Elizabeth Ann; Durham 68
Raper. Catherine; Mount Olive..... ._ 68
Rasberry, Paul H.; Greenville 100
Rawls, John, Jr.; Windsor 136
Rawls, Preston Clayton; Arapahoe 118
Ravnor, Carolyn Ann; Kenly 136
Raynor, Robert Allen; Kenly 100
Ready, Isaac Epps, Jr.; Roanoke Rapids....l00
Reaves, Ouida Lee; Hamlet _ 100
Reaves, Patricia Casteen; Rocky Mount. 136
Redding, Betsy; Asheboro..... 136
Reep, Bucky; Morganton 100
Regan, Janette Clare; Oxford 100
Register. Harmon Ellis. Jr.; Warsaw 100
Register. Janet Teachey; Rose HiU 68
Register, Sherman .Alphonsa; Cove City 136
Respess, Ronita; Greenville 137
Reynolds, Charles W.; Ph.D. 27
Reynolds, Frances Jean; Kinston 137
Reynolds, Jack Lee, III; Marion 118
Reynolds, John 0.; Ph.D 27
Reynolds. S. Patricia; Wilmington ,100
Rhem, Ann Fordham; Kinston 68
Rhem, Janice Faye; Kinston 69
Rhodes, Carl William; Bedford, Ohio 100
Rhodes. Charles Alexander: Lowell .118
Rhodes, Charles Melvin; Greenville 69
Rhodes, George H.; New Bern 100
Rhodes, M. Malcolm; Jacksonville 100
Rhodes, Stacy V.; Richlands... 100
Rice, Lucile A.; M.A. 27
Rich, Carolyn Edwena; Rocky Mount 118
Rich, John C; Goldsboro 118
Richards. Emma Sue; Zebulon 69
Richardson. Elizabeth Dean; Wendell 100
Ricketts. Don L.; Portsmouth. Va 100
Ricks. Barbara Jean; Conway.. 137
Ricks. Edwin M.. Jr.; Plymouth 118
Riddick. Mike Gillis; Greenville. 137
Riddick. Rachel Ann; Jamesville 137
Riddick. Richard Elmo; Hobbsville... .....100
Riddle. Sue Ellin; Plymouth 100
Rieves. Suzanne; Greensboro. 118
Rigs. Beverly Jean; Cove City 118
Riggs. William Howard; Bayboro 69
Riasbee. Nancy Carolvn; Durham... 137
Risher. Charity Conrad; M.A ...27
Risher, Charles G.; Ph.D 27
Risenbark. Faye Wells; Wallace .137
Rivenbark. Julia Vee; Watha 69
Rives, Lelia; Cafeteria Stewardess. 27
Robins, H. Dean; Lenoir ...137
Robbins, Thelma Carole: Greenville.. ...100
Roberson, James Oliver: Parmele 69
Roberson. Johnny H.; Robersonville ...137
Roberson. Josephine .\nnette; Wilson 118
Roberts, Carolyn; Saint Pauls 137
Roberts, Elizabeth Ann; Bladenboro... 137
Roberts, Hilda Ann; Raleigh 137
Roberts, Hilda Mae: Washington 137
Robertson. Eleanor Jane; Greensboro 137
Robertson. Frederic; Littleton 118
Robertson. Herby H.; Alexandria, Va .137
Robertson. Mary Rose; Knightdale .118
Robertson, Raymond A., Jr.; Williamston. 100
Robinette. Bill Ray; Kannapolis .....100
Robinson. Gordon Erin; Washington 137
Roebuck, Robert Everette; Farmville 101
Rogers, Edith Peatross; Raleigh 69
Rogers, Harold Suggs; Clarkton 101
Rogers, Henry Shepard; Williamston 137
Roeers, Nancy Louise; Wilson... 101
Rogers, William Theodore; Elizabethtown.137
Rogers, Rodger Jason; Wadesboro _..137
Rogerson, Kenith; Tarboro 69
Rooke, Ann Coleman; Greenville 137
Roper, Ruby Blair; Hampton, Va 101
Rorie. William F.; Durham 118
Rose. Betty Gwatnev; Goldsboro 69
Rose. Horace Leslie' Jr.; Richmond, Va 69
Rose, Mary Diana; Pantego 137
Roseveare, David Arthur; Greenville 137
Ross, Alton Glenn; Greenville 101
Ross, Damaris; Garner.. - 70
Ross, Janet Marie; Williamston... - 101
Roth. Cynthia Mihon; Rocky Mount 137
Roughton. Al Cader; Elizabeth City 101
Roulston. Rosalind Jane; M..\ 27
Rountree, Mary Estelle; Gatesville .146
Rouse, Agnes Dean; Pollocksville .....137
Rouse, Dorine; Seven Springs... lOJ
Rouse, Effie Carol; Kinston 118
Rouse, Lou Anne; Kinston 101
Rouse, Luby Erie; Kinston .- 137
Rouse, Sylvia Anne; Seven Springs 118
Routh, Martha Ann; Cameron 137
Rowland, Alma Jean; Raleigh- __ 101
Rowland, Stanley McDonald; Raleigh 118
Royal, Herbert K.; Supplv 70
Royall, John Ollen, III; Goldsboro__ .137
Ruck, Robert John; Baltimore, Md 137
Ruffin, H. Harrell; Ahoskie 101
Ruffin, Thomas Eugene, Jr.: Ahoskie 70
Ruffin. Winifred Owen; Pink Hill 118
Rush, Sieve Pate; Rockingham 118
Rusher, Roberta Ann; Wilmington 101
Russ. James H.; Soulhport .....137
Russell. Charles Eugene: Carthage .101
Russell. Elizabeth 1.; Aberdeen. 137
Russell, Jean Elizabeth; Dover... 137
Ruston, Sylvia Jean; Laurel, Del 118
Ryczkowski, Joseph S.; Trenton, N. J 137
Sabiston, Bridges Arendell; Shaliotte. 118
Saleeby, Ralph; Wilson 101
Salmon, Vernon Julian; Wallace 137
Salter, Bryan Jerome; Atlantic 101
Salter, Frederick Carlton; Sea Level 137
Salter, Leo Howell; Davis 118
Saher, Thomas Harold; Atlantic 118
Sandel, Barbara Sue; Raleigh 146
Sanderson, .Mary Eleanor; Plymouth .137
Sandlin, Jerry Ann; Beulaville 146
Sasser, Bobby Joe; Dover 70
Sasser, James Harold; Hallsboro 118
Sasser, Jannie Emmalene; Kenly 137
Satterthwaite, Sylvia Jenkins; Greenville... 137
Sauter, Jean Eileen; Fayetteville 118
Savage, Edwin Baxten; Rocky Mount 101
Savage, Elizabeth E.; .M.A. 27
Savage, John Dorsey; Goldsboro 137
Savage, Lindsay Stuart; Grceinille 101
Savage, Peggy Laverne; Willianiston . 101
Sawyer, Gloria Ann; Grantsboro 70
Sawyer, Grover C; Tarboro 118
Sawyer. Robert R.: Gilford College 110
Scarborough, William Lloyd, Jr.; Buxton 137
Schafran, Douglas Brown; Lillington 70
Schurrer, Roge'r A.; Cleveland, Wis 137
Schwab, Arlene M.: Portsmouth, Va 101
Scott, James Harold; New Bern... 101
Scott. Percy C; Ph.D... 27
Scott, Shelia Anne; Pollocksville 137
Scott, William Henry, Jr.; New Bern 137
Scott, William L.; Cape Charles. Va .137
Scott, Nancy Louise; Pollocksville ...101
Scruggs, Chester A.; M.A 27
Sears, Norman T.; Durham 70
Seawell, Mary Jane; Gilford College 137
Seawell, Roy Gerrod; Sanford 137
Sessoms, Clara Mae: Lumberton 118
Sessoms, Robert Wilson; Lumberton 101
Sessoms, Wade Hampton, Jr.; Fayetteville 137
Sexton, Fred Earl; Rocky Mount... .....70
Sexton, .Mary Elizabeth; Tarboro .101
Sexton, William Monroe; Rocky Mount .... 101
Seymour, Lois Annette; Greenville 137
Shamel, Doris Mae; Winston-Salem 118
Shavender, Marilyn Fave; Belhaven 137
Shaw, Edna Earle; Littleton 118
Shaw, John W.; Raleigh 101
Shaw, Linda Joyce; Durham 101
Shaw, Margaret Jacquelyn; Oxford 70
Shaw, Thomas A.; Cameron 70
Shaw, William G.: Atkinson. .. 119
Shearin, Betsy Jean; Vaughan 119
Shearin, David Whitman; Littleton 71
Shearin, Helen Patricia; Scotland Neck 137 Shearin, Josie Lea; Louisburg 146
Sheffield, Shelby Jean 137
Shehdan, Fred A.: Greenville 71
Shelley, Milton Bruce; Mulli.i-. .^. ( !. 101
.Shelton, Elizabeth Anne; Citr.nl.n 71
Shelton, James Lawrence; Ci.riri,,,- 119
Shepard, Charles Leon, Jr.: Jacksonville 146
.%ew, Rosalie Hardee; Wilmington 137
Shields, Charles Homer; Winston-Salem ... 137
Shine, James F., Jr.; Rocky Mount 101
Shingleton, Dalton Vick; .Stantonsburg 137
Shingleton, Royce Gordon; Stantonsburg 101
Shipp, Anne Corene; Durham 119
Short, Jerry Allen; Shelby 119
Shropshire, James W., Jr.; Winston-Salem 137 Shumaker, Ralph Baxter, Jr.; Greer, S. C. 101
Shutt, Roy Bailev; Cycle... 101
Sibbette, Ellen Jeannette; Saint Pauls 71
Siler, Norma Jean; Siler City 101
Simmons, Charles Vardell; Kenly 71
Simms, Robert W.; Charlottesville, Va 119
Simonds, Patricia Lee; New Bern 102
Simpson, Gayle Arden; Burlington 102
Simpson, Jonnie Ryan; Greenville 102
Sinclair, Ellsworth E.; Falls Church, Va... 119
Singletary, Ernest M.; Elizabethtown 138
Singletary, Gene P.; Elizabeth City 71
Singleton, Lee Roy; Plymouth 119
Singleton, Paul Lester; Greenville 102
Sioussat, Charles M.; Elizabeth City 102
Skinner, Bernice Leon; Walha 138
Slack, James Blount; Pinetown 102
Slaughter, Mattie Jean; Blanch... ......102
Sloan, Carl Delmas; Chinquapin 138
Slot, William John; Pantego 71
Small, Libby Leona; Edenton... 102
Smaw, E. Louise: Greenville... 119
Smiley, W. W.; M.A 27
Smith, Adeline; Garland 115
Smith, Agnes Elizabeth: Rutherford Col 71
Smith. Barbara .^nn; Rocky Mount 144
Smith. Barbara Jane; Morganton 119
Smith. Barbara Jean; Windsor 71
Smith, Betty Jean; Louisburg 138
Smith, Carolyn Rae; Wilson 119
Smith, Charles Russell; Atlantic 144
Smith, Dock Garner; Princeton 71
Smith, Donald Hugh; Roxboro 72
Smith, Dwight Lewis; Varina .102
Smith, Elaine; Deep Run 102
Smith, Eleanor Ruth; Angler 72
Smith, Elizabeth Anne; Greenville 138
Smith, Evelyn Patricia; Washington 138
Smith, Florence Jeannette; Greenville 119
Smith. Georgia Ann; Wallace... 119
Smith, Geraldine McCray; Harrells 119
Smith. Gloria Ann; Durham 144
Smith, James A.; Morehead City 102
Smith, James Enoch, III; Washington 102
Smith. Jane Andrews; Mount Olive 102
Smith, Janie B.; M.A . 27
Smith, Joanne; Deep Run 138
Smith, John Weston, Jr.; Atlaniir 119
Smith, Jonius Cecil; Ruffin 119
Smith, Joyce Mae; Edenton 138
Smith, Kay Frances; Nashville 138
Smith, Kenneth J., Jr.; Raleigh... 72
Smith, Marian Gray; Deep Run. 102
Smith, -Martha Ann; Wallace... 138
Smith, Norman Earl; M.A... 28
Smith, Peggy Fave; Angier 119
Smith, Robert Brooks; Elizabethtown 102
Smhh, Robert L.; Farmville. 72
Smhh, Robert Thomas; Winton 102
Smith, Sarah Elizabeth; Vanceboro 119
Smith, Shelby Jean; Pink Hill 138
Smith, Shirlee Morton; Jacksonville 72
Smith, Sylvia Roberta; Roanoke Rapids 119
Smith, William Earl; Goldsboro 119
Smith, William R., Jr.; Wilmington 72
Smith, Woodrow; Salemburg 138
Smithwick, Barbara Allen; .Aurora 138
Smothers, Timothy Matthew; Reidsville 119 Snyder, Helen A.; Dean of Garrett Hall 23 Soles, Hilda Grey; Whileville 14^1
Soles, Millard Earl; Loris, S. C 119
Solomon, Rube Waddell; Goldsboro .102
Somerville, Kathleen; Plymouth 138
Sorie, -Micky E.; Scotland Neck... --..138
Southwick, Mildred Daniels; Ph.D 28
Spain, Adolphus Lee; Washington 119
Spain, Dan .Mitchell, Jr.; Washington 138
Spain, Nancy Hayden; Manson .102
Sparks, Jo Ann; Ahoskie 102
Spears, Rae Anne; Pittsburgh, Pa 138
Speight, Lowell A.; Grifton 119
Speight, William Payne; Roanoke Rapids-102
Spell, Anne Byrd, Roseboro 138
Spell, A. C; Hope Mills _ 138
Spell, Jimmie Dixon; Salemburg 138
Spell, Walter Richard; Roseboro 119
Speller, Anne Bly; Windsor _ 102
Spence, Bobby Lee; Elizabeth City-.- .138
Spence, Peggy Vause; Tarboro _ 72
Spencer, Betty Irene; .Asheboro 146
Spencer, Josephine Louise; Bayboro .102
Spencer, Lindo Terry; Hamlet - - -.72
Spencer, Nathan Herbert; .Merritt 119
Spencer, Rena Mae; Columbia-- _ .138
Spencer. William R.; Draper 72
Spivey, Billy Sescoe; Tabor City 138
Spivey, Margaret Faye; Tabor City..... .102
Spivey, Rebecca Dolores; Winton .138
Spivey, William Griffin; Jackson 119
Spoone, John Paul; Alexandria, Va 119
Sprouse, Wayne Alexander; Hopewell, Va..-72
Spruill, Adolphus Ray: Edenton 119
Spruill, Billie Joyce; Aurora -_.73
Spruill. Peggy Love; Merritt 73
Spurgin, Rex Edward; Tarboro 138
Stacy, Carl R.; Charlottesville, Va 119
Stallings. Janice Kathleen; Hertford 138
Stallings, Nell A.; -M.A .28
Stallings, Patricia Allen; Louisburg 119
Stallings. Rebecca Jane; Louisburg- 73
Standi, Barbara Ann; Warsaw 138
Standiford, Frances Eleanor; Greensboro- .138
Stanley, Henry M.; Kinston 119
Starling, Opal Hackler; Elizabeth City 102
Starnes, Margaret Rose; Raleigh 120
Staton, -Mary Lois; Ph.D. 28
Staton. William Purvis; Bethel 119
Steele, Archie A.; Raleigh 119
Steelman. Lala Carr; Ph.D 28
Steelman, Joseph F.; Ph.D. 28
Steinbeck. Rachel: Greenville _ 119
Stell, Walter Joseph. Ill; Greenville .....102
Stephens, Elma Jacquelyn; Raleigh 73
Stephens, Emma Lois; Fairmont 119
Stephens, Mildred Jane; WhiteviUe... 102
Stephenson. Eleanor Ann; Garysburg .102
Stephenson. Jo Lynne; Raleigh .146
Stephenson, Joyce Ann; Goldsboro 73
Stephenson, Miriam Kearney; Smithfield- -138
Stern, Daniel Richard; Two Rivers, Wis 73
Stevens. Bermey: Tabor City 73
Stewart, Beverly; Godwin 119
Stewart. James H.: Ph.D. 28
Stewart. Jane: Goldsboro 147
Stewart. Jerry L.; Durham 102
Stewart, Joyce Elizabeth; Broadway 73
Stewart. Leland; Ph.D 28
Stewart, Peggy Lou; Raleigh 73
Stewart. William G.; Greensboro. 138
Stocks, Reubin Darrell; Tabor City 138
Stickstill. Barbara Jean; Raleigh 73
Stokes. Emma Pearl 119
Stokes, Kathleen E.; Ph.D 28
Stokes, Lucy Marie; Infirmary.- 28
Stokes, Margaret .^nn; Greenville .138
Stone. Dorothy Mae; Greensboro 147
Stone. Edward Carl. Ill; Durham 119
Stone. Harriet Loretta: Greensboro .119
Stout, Hal Vincent; Star 74
Stox, Janice Marie; Winterville .147
Strain, Patricia; Lumberton ...138
Strawn, Alice; M.A 28
Strickland, Charlotte Grace; Smithfield 102 Strickland, Jefferson Baggett; Salemburg ...138
Strickland, Jo Ann; Bunn Level 138
Strickland, Lynda Leigh; Henderson 138
Strickland, Thelma; Cerro Gorda 102
Stritch, Thomas M.; Ph.D .28
Stroud. Shelby J.; Kinston 119
Stuart, Robert Keeler; Ed.D 28
Stuckey, William Harris; Pikeville 138
Sturkie. Lenora Ellen; Cheraw, S. C 119
Sturtevant, Roger Inman; Rocky Mount 119
.Stvron. Roy Davis; Davis .. 119
Sugg, Barbara Ann; Snow Hill 102
Sug2, Sarah Ann; Snow Hill 102
Sullivan, Carole Jean; Weldon 120
Sullivan, Margaret E.; Roanoke Rapids 120
Summers, Shirley Yronne; Gibsonville 74
Sumrell, Betty Jo.: Ayden 102
Surles, Junius Boyette; Greenville 103
Surles, Mabel Ogburn; Greenville . 120
Surles, Rita Kathryn; Angier 103
Sutton, Barbara Jean; Greenville .74
Sutton, Carlton Virginius; Goldsboro 138
Sutton. Connie Lou; Greenville 138
Sutton. Frances Lorraine; Faison 74
Sutton. Gene M.; Greenville 103
Sutton, John Robert; Mount Olive .. 74 Sutton, Marjorie Worth; La Grange 138
Sutton, Nancy Jacqueline; Farmville 147
Sutton, Ollie Delaney; La Grange 74
Sutton, Richard Elliott; La Grange... 120
Sutton, Sarah Elizabeth; Hertford 147
Swails, Kathryn Lucille: Hamlet .74
Swaim, Caroline Lee: Lexington 120
Swain, Flora Ann: Aurora 138
Swindell Sybil Clair.-: .^wan ( uarter 138
Swinson, Earl; Greenville. 74
Swinson, Thelma Shore; Warsaw 74
Sykes, Carrie Ann; Columbia 147
Sykes, Carrie Belle; Conway 120
Sykes, Lois Catherine; Wallace 103
Sykes, Ronald Gray; Nashville .103
Sykes, William K.; Kinston 120
Tart, Betty Rose; Newton Grove 74
Tart, Billy Obid; Four Oaks
Tart, Jesse Franklin; Dunn
Tart, Mary Grey; Clarkton..
Tart, Tillie Mae; Four Oaks
Taylor, Barbara Ann; Nashville.. Taylor, Callie Gloria; Siler City. Taylor. Carlton Bruce; Greenvill Taylor, Clark 0.; Winston-Sale
.120 .103 ... 75 .138 .120
Taylor. Donald Ray; Roanoke Rapids 138
Taylor, Dorothv A.; Angier 120
Taylor. Edith Catherine; Sea Level 120
Taylor. Ernest W.; Grimesland... 75
Taylor, Fred, Jr.; Grifton _ 138
Taylor, Gary W.; Magnolia 75
Taylor, Kenneth Hyman; Robersonville 147
Taylor, Jeter P., Jr.; Trenton 75
Tavlor, Laura Ophelia; Angier 138
Taylor. Loma Frances: Snow Hill 120
Taylor, Nancy Catherine; Como 75
Taylor, Pamiley Ann; Enka 120
Taylor, Robert Stickney, Jr,; Semora 75
Taylor, Sybil Ann; Saint Pauls ...147
Teachey, Charles Ray; Wilmington 138
Teachey, James McCoy; Wallace 138
Teachey, Wilbur Murle; Wilmington 103
Teal, Wiley B., Jr.: Wadesboro 75
Teander. Jeneal; Jacksonville 120
Tedder. Edna Hilda; Tarboro 120
Teel, Mvron .M.. Jr.; Bethel 138
Telliga, Earl A., Jr.; Roanoke Rapids 138
Temple, Martha E.; Zebulon 103
Terrell. Patricia Grey; Elon College 138
Terry, Joseph Melton; Williamston 75
Terry, Robert Steven; Rockingham 103
Terry, Suzanne Jenkins; Rockingham 103
Tew, Barbara L.; Haw River 103
Tew, Helen Jean; Roseboro 103
Thacker, Billy E.; Graham 120
Tharington. Jasper E.; Henderson 138
Tharrington. Jean Carolyn; Rocky Mount 103
Themides. Michael Chris; Norfolk, Va 76
Therrien, Doris Jean; Jacksonville - 147
Thigpen, James Earl; Mount Olive 76
Thomas, Antoinette Avis; Chapel Hill 138
Thomas, Benjamin William, Jr.; Kinston 76
Thomas, Betty Ann; Sanford .120
Thomas, Evelyn Fay; Burlington - 120
Thomas, Franklin James; Carthage 103
Thomas, Jack Garner; Sanford 103
Thomas, Paul Franklin; Jacksonville .120
Thomason, Claudine Kay; Kannapolis 120
Thompson, Amelita; Cerro Gordo 120
Thompson, David .Arnold; Durham 138
Thompson, Donald H.; Deep Run 76
Thompson, Joseph June; Weldon.. 147
Thompson, Judith Virginia; Whiteville 147
Thompson, Kermit Adrian, Jr.; La Grange 120
Thompson. Nina; Pembroke 103
Thompson, Olivia Steed; Richlands 103
Thompson, Rebecca Kay; Goldsboro 139
Thompson. Robert Daniel; Fayetteville 139
Thornton, .iMice Faye; Mount Olive 139
Thornton, Harriette Ann; Clinton 76
Threewitts, Albert Justice; Littleton 120
Tilden. Mary Ann; Wilmington 76
Tilley, Emilie Margaret; Fuquay Springs .139
Tingen. Marjorie Ann; Apex..... 103
Todd, Claudia Jane: Ahoskie._ 120
Todd. Richard C; Ph.D .._ 28
Toler, Clifton Leo, Jr.; Washington ...103
Toler. Marie Owens; Washington 103
Toll. Eleanor E.; M.A. 28
Toll. Paul A.; Ph.D. .. -- 28
Touchberry, Glenda Rae; Sumter, S. C 120
Townsend. Jerry Sue; Fairmont _ 120
Treon, Gary Eugene; Springfield, Va .120
Trice, James E.; Blades, DeL 139
Tripp. Carolyn Elizabeth; Greenville -120
Tripp, Graydon Williamson; Winterville. 120
Troutman, Doris Carolyn; Aberdeen 76
Troxler, Harold Curtis; Burlington... 76
Trulove, Mary Eugenia; Wilmington 120
Tucker, Ann .Ahrens; Monroe 76
Tucker. Argent Moore; Grifton .120
Tucker, Barbara Caroline; Magnolia -.76
Tucker, Janice Lucille; Grimesland 120
Tucker, Ruth Lois; Grimesland 103
Tugwell, Rachel Janet; Fountain 139
Tugwell. William Harry; Norfolk, Va 139
TurbeviUe, Robert Earl; Bridgeton 139
Turnage, Lucy Arnette; Smithfield - 139
Turnage, Ruth; Black Creek .103
Turner, Bessie Rebecca; Kinston 139
Turner, Betty Smith; Pink Hill . 77
Turner, Elizabeth Ann; Smithfield. , .. 139
Turner, Gene Lee; Mebane 139
Turner, George C; London Bridge. Va. 139
Turner, James Eston; Danville, Va 139
Turner, Karl E.; Greenville 103
Turner. Lucile; Ph.D. 28
Turner, .Marian Louise; Winton 139
Turner. Patricia Ann; Nashville 139
Turner, Thomas T.; Greensboro. 139
Tuton. .Margaret Ellen; Whiteville 103
Twiddy. Shirley Jean; Edenton 139
Twiford. Patricia Anne; Stumpy Point 120
Tyndall. Mary Frances; New Bern 139
Tyndall, Pearl Mae; Kinston 120
Tyson, Barbara Dixon; Greenville 77
Tyson, Ella Frances; Wadesboro 139
Tyson, Roy Jennings; Godwin 103
Umphlett, Nell; Portsmouth, Va 139
Underbill. Alice Ruth; Selma 120
Underbill. .Martha Elizabeth; Selma... ...103
Underselh. William Olai; Swansboro 77
Underwood. Gilliam Wilson: Clayton ...77
Upchurch, Sandra Dianne; Ahoskie .144
Upchurch, Sarah Jane; Greenville 120
Upton, Loretta Joyce; Belmont 139
Utterback, Elizabeth; Ph.D .28
Uzzell, Charles Michael; La Grange 120
Uzzle, Phereba Elizabeth; Wilson's Mills. .103 - V-
Vance, Wilfred Hale; Raleigh 103
Vann, Emma Faye; Clinton 120
Vann, Hugh McAlpin; Elizabethtown 139
Vann, Matilda June; Spring Hope... .....120
Venters, Kathleen; Dorm. Housekeeper- 23
Vestal. William Nathan, Jr.; Bonlee 103
Vick. Jesse William; Conway 103
Vick, Joseph Clinton; Greenville 120
Vick, Nancy Jane; Greenville .77
Vickstrom, Donald Emil; Carlo, Nebr .77
Vines, Marie G.; Arlington, Va 77
Vinson, Joyce Elizabeth; Swansboro 103
Vinson, William Earl; Jacksonville .139
Viola, George Edward; Kannapolis 103
Vornholt, Dan E.; Ph.D 28
Wadsworth. Janet Leigh; WoodviUe. 139
Waggoner, Nancy Kay; Burlington- 120
Waggoner, Roy T.; Birmingham, Ala 77
Wahl, Frances; M.A _ _ 28
Walker. Bcttv Sue; Maple 120
Walker. Deri G.; Mount Olive 121
Walker, Dotty Worthington; Albemarle 139
Walker, Elizabeth S.; M.A - 28
Walker. Irma; Gibsonville -104
Walker. Jerry Martz; Roxboro 139
Walker, Raeford W.; Leaksville. . 104
Walker. Raenord Billy; Leaksville 104
Walker, Rebecca Louise; Roxboro 139
Walker, Thomas Derry; Raeford .139
Walker, Virginia Frances; Littleton 139
Walker, Wayne Dillard; Draper 121
Walker, Wilmer Dunn. Jr.; Plymouth 77
Wall. Audre Alene; Kannapolis^ 147
Wall, Betty Jean: Wendell. =121
Wall, Edmond Otis: Ayden 77
Wall, Janet Lavee; Smithfield 121
Wall, Jimmie Earl; Raleigh 121
Wallace, Joseph Leonard, Jr.; Wallace 104
Wallace, Joe Rex; Smithfield 78
Wallace, Leon Earl; Bath 139
Wallace, Linyear Mayo; Washington 121
Wallace, William Harry; Jacksonville - 139
Waller, Sally Joyce; Trenton.. 139
Walston, Evelyn Harper; Snow Hill 104
Walter, Helen Bn.w.,; Sali>l,uiy 78
Wallers, Alice Talma, li:r; llrn.l.rson 139
Walters, Bettv Jan.-: Kflan.l 78
Walters, Loreila Mar>!.: Mnnro,- 139
Walters, M. Patricia; Pine Level 104
Walton, Elizabeth Anne; Wilson... 139
Walton, James Kulin; Lexington.. 78
Ward, Benjamin Lee; Battleboro 104
Ward, Harriet Truman; Rich Square 121
Ward, James Harvey, Jr.; Greenville 78
Ward, Jessie Laura; Beech Creek 121
Ward, Nancy Lynette; Williamston...... 121
Ward, Nann Faye; Burlington 139
Ward, Nellie Ross; Nakina 121
Ward, Wade Thurman, Jr.; Bethel 139
Warner, Jim R., Jr.; Charlotte 104
Warren, Bobby .Smith; Mebane 139
Warren, Franklin Deland; Hiddenitc 121
Warren, George Clifton, Jr.: Rn.kv Mount 1.39 Warren, Jo Ann; Robersornill. 78
Warren, Joan B.; Sec. Studml Iiumii 28
Warren, Rebecca Ann; Liltl.lnn 139
Warren, Tennys E.; Mount Olive .147
Warren, Walter A.; Hampstead. -104
Waters. Carolyn Cherry; Washington 139
Waters, Dorothy L.; Clerk Student Store.. 28
Waters, Eloise Roselyn; WinterviUe 121
Waters, W. Bennie, Jr.; Washington 104
Waters, Shelby Jean; Grifton . ...147
Waters, Wade H.. Jr.; Washington 104
Watson, Barbara Levenia; Bethel. 139
Watson, Carl Leonard; Goldsboro -121
Watson, James Fehon, Jr.; Kenly 139
Watson, Kelly Lorton; Lowland .144
Watson, Nancy Sue; Belmont.. .139
Watson, Reta Alene; Lenoir .121
Watlers, John ; M.D. 28
Watts, Jerry D.; Southport 121
Wayne, Larry Graham; New Bern 78
Webb, Betty Jo; Milford, Del 147
Webb, Lois Ann; Greenville 139
Webber, Donald Ray; Goldsboro 139
Webster, Lucille Inez; Pinetown 139
Weeks, Effie Madalene; Mount Olive 121
Weeks, Sidney A.; Whitakers 121
Weeks, William Gordon; Rocky Mount ... 104
Weld, John Philip; Charlotte 78
Wells, Dallas Saunders; Williamston .129
Wells, Thomas Learned; Wallace. --78
West, Barbara Jean; Fayetteville 139
West, Eleanor Joyce; Wilmington 78
West, John James, Jr.; Durham. - 139
West, Kenneth Rand; Wilson - 104
West, Roy Devone; Roseboro -121
Westbrook, Richard Donald; Mebane 104
Wetherington, Vivian Anne; Stella 79
Whaley, Alton W., Jr.; Rose Hill ..- 79
Whaley, Edward Kendall; Richlands . 139
Whaley, Mary Jinnell; Richlands 121
Whaley, William G., Jr.; Elizabeth City 79
Wheeler, David E.; Halifax - 104
Wheeler, Henry M.; Walstonburg - - - 104
Wheless, Herbert Walton; Spring Hope......l04
Whichard, Barbara Stewart; Bethel 121
Whichard, Linda Ruth; Greenville 13^
White, Ann Elizabeth; Belvidere 139
White, Betty Lou; Gatesville.... - - 147
White, Charley Alexander; Greenville 104
While, Dora Kay; Colerain 147
White, Dorothy Shields; Scotland Neck 121
White, Durwood; Bethel- - -140
White, Emilie Rebecca; Hertford... 121
White, Ernest L., Jr.; Edenton - 79
White. Eugenia; Sanford 79
White, Gladys, M.A 28
White, James Carlton; La Grange 104
White, James L.; Ed.D..- 28
While, Jerry Eugene; Merry Hill 147
White. Katharine Wilson; .M.A. 28
While, M. Judson; Ph.D. 28
White, Rose Marie; Pine Level 140
White, Sarah Arlyn; Cove Citv 121
While, William Johnson, Jr.; Columbia 140 Whitehead, Mary Gibson; Dunn 121
Whilehurst, Barbara Anne; Bethel 104
Whitehurst, Joseph P.; Greenville 121
Whilehurst, Judson Warren; Stokes 79
Whitehurst, Mary Lou; Stokes 121
Whitehurst, Norwood P.; Greenville... .32
Whitehurst, Peggy Joyce; Robersonville-...-.140
Whitehurst, Shirley Jean; Bethel .144
Whitfield, Edna Frances; Snow Hill ...79
Whitfield, Eugene Long; Fayetteville 121
Whitfield, Faye Elizabeth; Kitty Hawk...... 121
Whitfield, John I.; Snow Hill .140
Whitfield, Robert L.; Robersonville 140
Whitley, Betty Lou; Washington 147
Whitley, Katherine Mozelle; Wilson 140
Whitley, Mildred Ruth; Como 140
Whitley, Nancy Casey; Smithfield 79
Whittle, Joyce Ann; Warsaw 121
Wicker, Shelby Dean; Sanford 104
Wickizer, Kemp B., Jr.; Morehead City 121
Wiggins, Betty Joyce; Henderson- - 140
Wiggins, Jesse L.; Richlands 104
Wiggins, Joseph Horace; Suffolk, Va ---104
Wiggs, Minnie Margarette; .Selma -140
Wilder, Keith; Virginia Beach, Va -140
Wiles, Donn Manley; Burling 104
Wiley, Dorothy Mae; New Castle, Del 140
Wilkerson, Anne Dixon; Greenville - 104
Wilkerson, Stephen L., Jr.; Greenville 121
Wilkins, Carl; Lumberton 79
Wilkins, Jackie; Lumberton 104
Wilkins, Robert Stephen; Woodsdale - - 79
WiUetts, Graham Arliss; Bolivia 140
WiUetts, Mary Annette; Leland 121
Williams, Bobbie Lee; Newport News, Va...l21
Williams, Carole; Norfolk, Va 140
Williams, Charles Stuart; Greenville-- 80
Williams. Cynthia Elaine; Chinquapin 140
Williams. Gaynelle; Kinston - 140
Williams, George Everett; .Shawboro- 140
Williams, Geraldine; Pink Hill- 140
Williams, Jo Anne; WinterviUe - -140
Williams, J. Oliver; Rocky Mount- - 104
Williams, Kenneth Robert; Kinston -121
Williams, Lois Mae; Merritt 140
Williams, Louise L.; M.A.- - - . 28
Williams, Mary Ellen; Hookerton.- 80
Williams, Peggy Rose; WinterviUe 80
Wiliams, Phillip Russell; Fayetteville -....140
Williams, Robert Howard; Tryon- - 140
Williamson, Betty Jean; Evergreen^ 104
Williamson, Eva D.; Ph.D -- 28
Williamson, Frances Carolyn; Chadbourn... 80
Williamson, Isaac K.; Princeton -- 104
Williamson, Joyce Mae; Freeland 140
Williamson, Michael F.; Newport, R. 1 140
Williford, Joanna Parker; Hertford 121
Willis, Gerald Worth; Morehead City- --104
Willis, Nancy Joan; Williston -121
Willis, Nora Lee; Boydlon, Va 80
Willis, Walter Hubert; Morehead City 140
Willson. Betsy T.; Roxboro 104
Wilson, Ann Elizabeth; Mount Olive 121
Wilson. Ann Rose; Tarboro -- 80
Wilson, Bobby Roger; WinterviUe 121
Wilson, Bobbv Sherrill; Calypso.- _. 121
Wilson, Delano Reese; WinterviUe- 140
Wilson, Edna Mae; Gatesville -140
Wilson, Janelle Whitley; Bethel..- -140
Wilson, Larry VanBuren; Weldon 80
Wilson, Martha Clinard; Winston-Salem 121
Wilson, Nancy Belle; Oxford. 147
Wilson, Patricia Anne; New Bern._ _ 140
Wilson, William Gilbert; Oxford _ 140
Wilson, William H.; Mebane 104
Wilton, 0. Christine; Ph.D _ 28
Winchester, Carl Otis; Charlotte 140
Winchester, Jane Barnes; Greenville 121
Windley, Barbara Ella; Pinetown ICS
Windlev, Jack Linwood, Jr.; New Holland 80
Windom, Carol June; Plymouth 140
Winn, William Griffin; Kitlrell 140
Winslow, Lois Violet; Belvidere 140
Winstead, Barbara Jean; Elm City 147
Winslead, Betty Jo; Spring Hope 105
Wise, Beverly Jo; Arapahoe -147
Wilherington, Philip Dalton; Vanceboro. 121 Witherington, Terrence Lee; Vanceboro -105
Willy, Dwight Clifford; Greensboro -140
Wood, Fred Johnson; Fayetteville - 80
Wood, Lillian Anne; Clayton _..121
Woodall, Jimmy Leroy; Selma 105
Woodard, Glenn C; Oriental 105
Woodbury, Koger W.; Valley Stream, N.Y. 140
Woodcock, Bertha Mae; Atkinson 80
Woodlief, Robert Theodore; Henderson 105
Woods, Charlotte Margaret; Durham 140
Woods, Margaret Ellen; Virgilina, Va..- 121
Woody, Barbara Joan; Roxboro - 140
Woolard, Hilton Cutler; Washington..- 140
Woolard, Loretta Jean; Washington 147
WoUard, Samuel Ruben; Washington- 140
Wooten, Dan Kenneth; Greenville - 105
Woolen, John Stewart; La Grange 121
Wooten, Lillian Carolyn; Hookerton.-- 105
Wooten, Pat Brown; Chadbourn -..105
Woolen, Peggy Jean; Stantonsburg 140
Woolen, William Carroll; Farmville 140
Workman, Don Lee; Mebane..... 140
Workman, Wayne R.; Mebane.- - 105
Worlhinglon, Alfred Poe; Greenville 140
Worthinglon, Catherine Anne; La Grange. 140 Worlhington, Frederick C; La Grange 147 Worthinglon, Jennie Brown; WinterviUe -.144
Worlhington, Roger G.: WinterviUe 105
Worthinglon, William Kent; WinterviUe. .140
Worsley, N. Joyce; Robersonville- 105
Wright, Gerald Gibson; Raeford 122
Wright, Marjorie Neal; Halifax.. 81
Wynne, Emily Elizabeth; Washington 140
Wynne, Kenneth Raynor, Jr.; Norfolk, Va 81
Wyrick. Mary Lou; Gibsonville 122
Yanchisin, Daniel A.; Kinston 122
Yarborough, Elbert C; Broadway 105
Yarborough, Ernest L., Jr.; Olanta, S. C ...140
Yarborough. Jo Ann; Sanford 105
Yelverton, Louise; Saratoga 32
York, Linda Lou; Staley 81
York, Peggy Ann: Asheboro _ 81
Youmans, Charles Prince; Oxford- 140
Youmans, Nan Averelte; Oxford 105
Young, Bobbv R.; Garner 105
Young, Mona Jane ; Selma 105
Young, Pinkney Beryl; Washington 105
Young, Wilda M.; Angier 105
Yountz, June Carolyn; Lexington-. --147
CO-EDITORS: I. K. Williamson
Shirlee Morton Smith BUSINESS MANAGER: Jo Ann DeBruhl
EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE . GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA
January 16. 1957 The Student Body- East Carolina College Greenville, North Carolina
Dear Fellow Classmates:
Another school year has passed, and during this time a great deal of work has gone on here on our campus. Students, faculty, and staff members alike have had a part in this great work that as a unit makes East Carolina what it is.
Up in one little corner of Wright Building, one phase of this work has been progressing at a steady pace dur- ing this school year. This, of course, was the planning and making of the 1957 BUCCANEER. We. the editors, have derived a great deal of pleasure and satisfaction promoting this work. It has been our fortune this year to have a staff that has been vitally interested in the work and have strived to do their share in the best possible manner. We have been especially pleased with the organization of our staff. After our primary plans for the yearbook were completed, we called our first staff meeting: and much to our surprise we had a grand response of 68 eager-to-work students. As rapidly as possible, staff assignments were made, and each of our members settled down to work. As is true where there is work involved, we had a few loafers but not nearly so many as is usually the case. '
Work was begun on this book in the spring of '56. After the editors and business manager were chosen by the Publication Board, several bids were open from various printing and photographic concerns. As soon as the contracts were awarded, we were ready for general plans for the book. Work then really began, and sixteen pages were sent to press before the opening of fall term. This, of course, required summer work, and from that point on everyone around the BUCCANEER office was constantly on the job. At no time have we been extremely rushed or pushed for time. We have had little difficultv in reaching our copy deadlines, and for this we are deeply grateful.
Thanks and appreciation go to many who have made it possible for our work to progress as smoothly as it has. First, we are deeply indebted to Lee H. Blackwell. our Taylor Representative, whose unselfish service and genteel personality in working with us on our book has been far above the highest of our aspirations. Next, our thanks and appreciation go to Smith Studio in Raleigh for the superb work that its staff has given us. Our special gratitude is extended to Mr. Fay Smith. Andy. Bill. Mr. Russell, and Mrs. Cummings. who worked so faithfully to make sure that portraits were made, developed, and distributed at the proper time and in a systematic manner. Much credit is also due J. D. Henry, our staff and campus photographer, for his relentless efforts in helping us meet our copy deadlines by working overtime to give us this needed service. Our con- gratulations also go to Eddie Dennis, sports editor, and JoAnn DeBruhl. business manager, for exceptional work rendered by both. Recognition is always given to our associate editor, assistant business manager, and each of the division editors.
Another of our enjoyments this year has been our working with Dr. John 0. Reynolds, financial advisor, and Dr. James Poindexter. editorial advisor. It is always consoling to know that one has someone to lean on for advice and backing. Dr. Reynolds has given us this through his knowledge of business matters connected with the publication of the book. Dr. Poindexter has been so wonderful in proofreading all major copy in- cluded in the yearbook. To these two, we are extremely grateful.
Aside from the very fine work rendered by the BUCCANEER staff, there are two people's love, toils, prayers, and encouragements: and without these two and their attributes, our efforts would have been fruit- less. Who else could claim these traits except our motliers. Our hearts swell with pride each time we think of the support given by them.
Editing an annual, like so many other things, can become very 'brain-racking" and boring at times, and something is often needed as a means of breaking this monotony of repetition. We have been extremely fortu- nate this year by having Dr. Prewett as a next-door neighbor. ' We certainly have enjoyed the humor and encouragement displayed by this friend. We have also enjoyed our associations with the EAST CAROLINIAN, our college paper. Working with them on several occasions has been both fun and educational.
No major publication of this type is possible without the support of the administration, faculty, and students. We realize and acknowledge the consideration given by each, and it is our desire that everyone will, with reason, be proud of our finished product.
In summarizing our reminiscences, may we assure each of you that we have strived to make this book a representation of the entire student body; and in our endeavor, have introduced new ideas, retained never- to-be-forgotten memories, and maintained the esteem that each of us holds for this our Alma Mater. We have thoroughly enjoyed our efforts in compiling this publication, and there is only one thought we would like to leave to all future editors and to all students - never be completely satisfied with the "last edition :"" anticipate and strive for continued improvement!
I. K. WILLIAMSON SHIRLEE M. SMITH
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