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Buccaneer 1960

Date: 1960 | Identifier: 50-01-1960
1960 Buccaneer, yearbook of East Carolina College. The Tecoan, the first yearbook published by the students of East Carolina Teachers College, debuted in 1923. The name of the yearbook changed to the Buccaneer in 1953. The Buccaneer was published until 1990, with a two year suspension in publication from 1976-1978. more...
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buccaneer

Published by

the students of

EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE

Greenville, North Carolina

EUCLID D. ARMSTRONG, JR. Editor

PATRICIA A. RIGGS Business Manager











a dedication

A SCHOLAR ... a man who has dedicated his life to seeking the truth . . .

AN EDUCATOR ... one who has shown the way, both by example and by instruction, to better understanding of life through an educated mind . . .

A DEDICATED MAN . . . who has given his life to the teaching of not only the aca- demics of Social Studies, but also the way to a trained mind . . .

A FRIEND . . . who has been friend to many, giving wise counsel and an open heart to all who would come and sincerely ask it . . .

For this and much more, we respectfully and humbly dedicate this book to . . .

dr. hubert a. coleman






table of contents

the college

Administration page 11

Housing page 21

Departments page 25

organizations

Student Government Association page 46

Greeks page 51

Publications page 85

Fine Arts page 97

Special Interests page 113

Television and Radio page 123

Professional Societies page 127

Military page 131

Honorary Professional Fraternities page 137

Clubs page 153

Religious Groups page 161

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athletics

Football page 173

Basketball page 187

Spring Sports page 197

Intramurals page 218

student life

Beauties page 224

Marshals page 238

Who's Who page 243

Campus Life page 253

Classes page 295

Graduates page 379

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A place for quiet study and creative thought, Joyner Library also serves as quarters for campus radio and TV facili- ties.

Austin, East Carolina's oldest building, still in use today, serves as a monument by which the progress of East Carolina Col- lege can be measured.

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the college

Leading East Carolina College to greater heights of intellectual achievement and national recognition are the administration, the Board of Trustees, and the faculty members. Coordina- ting the activities of these people is Dr. J. D. Messick, President of the college, aided by key personnel and the facilities at his disposal.

The following section is a brief glimpse of the personnel, progress, and future outlook of East Carolina College.

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Greenville's tallest building, Jones Hall, mens' dormitory, was the first building to be erected on the South Campus.

Flanagan Building, facing the interior quadrangle, houses the facilities for practical and theoriti- cal scientific advancement.

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administration






the president

DR. JOHN D. MESSICK

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president's farewell message






board of trustees

Left to right: F. D. Duncan. Vice President and Business Manager; Henry Oglesby, Carl Goerch, Robert Morgan, Baxter Rid- enhour, Herbert Waldrop, Chairman, Fred Willetts, Mrs. W. B. Umstead, James Whitfield, Henry Belk and Mrs. Henry Belk. Not pictured: Mrs. Agnes Barrett, Secretary.

Fred Willetts and former board member Ralph Hodges study policies that were taken up at the summer board meeting.

Dr. Messick, Henry Belk, and Mrs. Barrett engage in a discussion during the summer board meeting.

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administrative officials

vice president and dean of instruction

DR. LEO W. JENKINS

vice president and business manager

MR. F. D. DUNCAN

registrar and director of admissions

DR. ROBERT L. HOLT






administrative

dean of men

MR. JAMES B. MALLORY

director of student personnel

DR. JAMES H. TUCKER

dean of women

MISS RUTH WHITE






officers

director of graduate studies

DR. J. K. LONG

director of public relations and extension

DR. RALPH BRIMLEY

director of alumni

MR. G. ALLEN NELMS






HENRY A. WHITE

Accountant, Business Office

E. HARRISON STALLINGS Assistant Treasurer

administrative

MARY H. GREENE

Director of News Bureau

DR. C. J. BRADNER

Director of Religious Activities

DR. JAMES W. BUTLER

Asst. Director, Public Relations






WORTH E. BAKER Personnel Officer

MRS. DORIS LAMM

MRS. GRETCHEN GOODWIN

MRS. JANE TRIPP

MRS. RUNELL FORBES

Administration Secretaries

staff

MILDRED OWENS Accountant, Business Office

REBECCA S. STARKEY Assistant Registrar

MARGARET JOHNSON Cashier

JENNY TRIPP Cashier






ELWOOD F. PITTMAN

JOHNNIE HARRELL, Chief

WILLIAM C. FLAKE

Campus Policemen

PAUL R. JULIAN

E. F. WHEELER

Cafeteria Directors

administrative staff

ELIZABETH MALLORY

Student Bank

PAULINE COX, DR. C. F. IRONS

LUCY STOKES, DR. CHARLES ADAMS

BILLIE SCULL

Infirmary Staff

MRS. ELEANOR COLEMAN

MRS. DAHLIA LAUTARES

Faculty Secretaries

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housing






melven v. buck

HOUSING DIRECTOR

Under the capable supervision of Mr. Melvin S. Buck, East Carolina College housing facilities house some 4,000 students.

In recent vears, East Carolina has experienced a building boom with the erection of Jones Hall men's dormitory, and another men's dormitory yet to be named. Ample housing is provided for both men and women students as well as faculty members.

With enrollment increasing every year, East Carolina anticipates even further development and expansion of its housing facilities.

JOHN STAUFFER

DR. GLEN REEDER

Dormitory Counselors

jones hall






umstead hall

jarvis hall

wilson hall

housing

garrett hall






slay hall

Standing: Brunie Yarley, Kathleen Venters, Eunice McGee, Hazel Clark, Estella Striplin, Helen Snyder. Seated Sophie Fischel, Christine Smith, Dean Ruth White, Rutl Garner, Alma Bizzel.

ragsdale hall

cotten hall

woman's hall

fleming hall






departments






air science

Designed to develop selected cadets through a sound education and training program, the Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps bases its program on the initial motivation of cadets to serve as career officers in the United States Air Force.

Being comprised of a cross-section of East Caro- lina College's finest students, AFROTC strives to develop those qualities of leadership and attributes essential to progressive advancement to position of greater responsibilitv as commissioned officers in the USAF.

lt. col. norman f. merritt, jr.

Professor Of Air Science

instructors

AIRMAN FIRST CLASS HENRY L, PITT

T/SGT. THOMAS E. WINSTEAD

T/SGT. LEON MANNING

M/SGT. JOSEPH G. WEILAND

instructors

CAPT. ROBERT W. VINING

MAJOR SAMUEL L. HODGES

CAPT. VANCE M. LOCKAMY, JR.

Major Hodges instructs class on flight procedures.

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art

For the first time, the Art Department offers graduate work toward a M.A. Degree. East Carolina College claims the distinction of having the only Art Department east of Woman's College which gives the comprehensive graduate work our department offers. Ceramics, graphics, sculpture, crafts, textiles, and painting are the special activity courses offered by this department.

Student works are exhibited and sold through the facilities provided by the college; facilities, inci- dentallv, which have been doubled this year.

dr. Wellington b. gray

DIRECTOR

Ann Rankin works on sketch of Mary Whitehead during class.

instructors

Mr. Paul R. Minnis

Mr. Metz T. Gordley

Mr. Thomas C. Mims

Mr. Wesley V. Crawley

instructors

Mr. John R. Gordon

Dr. Bruce Carter

Mr. Francis Lee Neel

Dr. Wellington B. Gray

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business

accounting

Dr. Tora M. Larsen, Miss Ruby Edens, Mr. W. W. Howell, Mr. Norman Cameron, Miss Dorothy Brandon, Mrs. Grace Silvers, Miss Gwendolyn Potter.

marketing

Mr. William Durham

Mr. Harold McGrath

management

Mr. James Bearden, Dr. E. R. Browning, Mr. Samuel W. Dry, Mr. William S. Hart.

business law

Mr. William Watson, Mr. C. C. Dawson.

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dr. e. r. browning

DIRECTOR

East Carolina College's Rusiness Department has one primary aim: to educate men and women for posi- tions of leadership in the business life of North Carolina. Specialized and thorough training is offered in areas of business administration and secretarial science.

This department claims the distinction of being the first to offer an approved course in executive technique under the auspices of the Southern Institute of Manage- ment and the American Institute of Management.

secretary

Mrs. Carol Hart

secretarial science

Mrs. Ouida Debter, Miss Peggy Holman, Dr. James White, Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey, Miss Lena C. Ellis.

typing

Mrs. Nellie Dry, Miss Velma Lowe, Miss Frances Daniels, Mr. Alton Finch, Miss Jane White.

business education

Mrs. Thady Dewar

Mrs. Sue Howell






education

To prepare undergraduate majors in primary and grammar grade education for graduation and for teacher certification is the main purpose of the Education De- partment. In conjunction with the above, this depart- ment offers professional courses for secondary education majors in other departments and graduate courses in education to those working towards a M.A. Degree.

To further facilitate its usefulness, the Education Department acts as a consulting agency for school sys- tems in eastern North Carolina.

dr. e. j. carter

DIRECTOR

instructors

Dr. John H. Horn, Dr. Ruth Modlin, Dr. James Tucker, and Dr. J. K. Long.

instructors

Dr. Robert K. Stuart, Dr. Douglas R. Jones, Dr. Frank G. Fuller, Dr. Keith Holmes.

instructors

Miss Annie Mae Murray, Mr. Bernard Jackson, Dr. Mary Lois Staton, Dr. J. L. Oppelt, Dr. Pattie S. Dowell.

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english

Since every undergraduate student is required to take eighteen hours of English, the English De- partment serves the entire college. Instruction is provided in many phases of spoken and written English, as well as in English and American Litera- ture.

The variety of courses offered enables stu- dents to attain an A.B., B.S., and M.A. Degree.

language and literature

Mrs. Marie Browning, Mrs. Lena Reynolds, Dr. H. D. Rowe, Dr. Robert Nossen, Dr. Robert Richert, Dr. Edgar Hirshberg.

dr. meredith d. posey

DIRECTOR

speech, drama, radio, end television

Dr. Lucile Charles, Miss Rosalind Roulsto, Miss Mary Greene, Mr. James Brewer, M Claude L. Garren.

language and literature

Dr. Katherine White, Mrs. Elizabeth Nielsen, Dr. Edgar B. Jenkins, Miss Lois Grigsby, Dr. Grace Seiler, Mrs. Louise B. Adams, Dr. Francis R. Adams.

language and literature

Mrs. Mary Goodman. Dr. Hermine Garaway, Mrs. Faye Clay, Dr. Rachel Kilpatrick, Miss Janice Hardi- son, Dr. Elizabeth Utterback, Dr. James Poindexter, Mr. Richard Capwell, Dr. Francis Winkler.






foreign language

In addition to offering courses leading to the A.B. and B.S. degrees, with majors in French and Spanish, the Foreign Languages Department also offers two years of German and introductory courses in Russian.

Regular departmental staff members are ably assisted by foreign students, of whom we have two this year. These assistants further facili- tate pronunciation ability of students in the for- eign languages.

mr. james l. fleming

DIRECTOR

instructors

Mr. Robert R. Morrison, Dr. Sue Matz, Dr. J. Roy Prince, Mrs. Mar- guerite A. Perry.

These French students enjoy a few moments of conversation en francais.

Fourth quarter French students pause dur- ing their studies to find some geographical locations.

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geography

Teaching an integrative subject which deals with relationships, the Geography Department claims distinction in that it is one of the largest undergraduate geography departments in the nation.

Students may work toward the A.B. degree, even though M.A. degrees are unattainable in this field at East Carolina College.

dr. harley p. milstead

DIRECTOR

instructors

Dr. Morton D. Winsberg, Dr. Wood- ford M. Garrigus, Dr. Jean Lowry.

instructors

Mr. J. B. Cummings, Dr. George C. Martin, Dr. Robert E. Cramer, Dr. Donald R. Petterson.

Dr. Cramer instructs students in map draw- ing procedures.

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women instructors

Miss Betty Russell, Miss Lorrayne Graff, Miss Nell Stallings, Miss Mavis Mitch- ell, Miss Gay Hogan.

health and physical education

Health and Physical Education is concerned with three types of programs. This statement holds true for the Health and Physical Education Depart- ment at East Carolina College. Here, this depart- ment offers a general program consisting of a wide range of instructive and recreational activities to meet the needs of all students; a competitive pro- gram which includes an extensive intramural pro- gram supplementing the curricular activities; a comprehensive intercollegiate athletics program available for men students who excel in competi- tive sports; and a professional training program offering courses to meet the needs of all students desiring certification in fields of public school teaching.

Through playday programs with other col- leges and universities, women have an opportunity to participate in field hockey, soccer, volleyball, badminton, basketball, and tennis.

dr. nephi m. jorgensen

DIRECTOR

coaching staff

Mr. Bill McDonald, Mr. Gary Mattocks, Mr. Win- dell Carr, Mr. Frank Madi- gan, Mr. George Tucker.

coaching staff

Mr. Ray H. Martinez, Mr. James B. Mallory, Mr. Jack Boone, Mr. Earl Smith.

professional instructional staff

Mr. Howard Porter, Dr. Francis Pyne, Dr. ]. O. Miller.

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home economics

To prepare each young woman who majors in Home Economics for a career with a double future can be said to be the object of the Horn nomics Department here at East Carolina College. Preparation for a double future means preparation for homemaking and/or a profession. A home eco- nomist has a variety of professions from which to choose: teacher, home demonstration agent, home economist in business, or dietitian.

After an additional year of graduate study, even more vocational choices are open to the home economist.

instructors

Mrs. Mabel Lucy Hall Miss Alice Strawn

dr. bessie mcniel

DIRECTOR

instructors

Mrs. Gertrude Soberberg, Miss Ruth Lambie, Miss Mabel Dough- erty.

Home economics majors are afforded an opportunity to work along with Miss Lambie in the nursery school.

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industrial arts

With its primary function being the preparation of industrial arts teachers for the public schools of North Carolina, the Industrial Arts Department's undergraduate curriculum offers both variety and depth of study in several areas of industrial arts. Courses offered include: hand and machine woodwork, hand and machine metal- work, technical and architectural drafting, letterpress and silk screen printing, electricity and electronics. In addition to the above courses in crafts, general shop design and industrial arts teacher preparation are also taught.

The graduate program affords the student the oppor- tunity to continue and strengthen his professional interests, as well as become a better teacher with an increase in salary.

dr. kenneth l. bing

DIRECTOR

instructors

Mr. Erney C. Finch, Mr. Robert W. Leith, Mr. Thomas Haigwood, Dr. Ken- neth Bing.

instructors

Mr. Carroll W. Smith Mr. Robert Paysinger

Industrial Arts class works on project during lab.

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library science

It is the prime function of the Library Science Department's staff to make available to East Carolina College students the more than one hundred thousand books and magazines to be found in Joyner Library.

Of no less importance is the function of the staff to train school librarians. Courses of study qualify those who complete them to serve as librarians in elementary, junior or senior high schools.

wendell w. smiley

DIRECTOR

library services

Mr. Gene Lanier, Mr. Lee Williams, Mr Henry Dade, Mr. Otis W. Coefield, Mrs Rebecca McGowan, Dr. Mildred South- wick, Mrs. Robert Butler.

library processing

Mrs. Howard Williams, Mrs. Bobby L. Anderson, Mrs. Robert W. Ramsev, Mrs. John H. Hassell, Miss Elizabeth S. Walker, Miss Emily S. Boyce, Miss Ver- nie B. Wilder.

library science institution

Mrs. Lily R. Carr Mrs. Marguerite V. Crenshaw

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mathematics

New undergraduate courses in machine computa- tion, statistics, mathematical analysis, college geometry, and vector geometry of space have been added to the Mathematics Department.

The graduate work program in Mathematics has also been extended and improved. Courses offered include the following: Modern Algebra, Matrix Algebra, Theory of Numbers, Analytic mechanics, Non-Euclidean Geome- try, Foundations of Geometry, Theory of Complex Vari- ables, Advance Calculus, Theory of Point Sets, and Properties of Infinite Series. It is now possible for a stu- dent to obtain the Master's Degree in Mathematics by taking three full quarters of graduate work.

dr. david r. davis

DIRECTOR

instructors

Miss Jerry Sue Townsend, Mr. Her- bert Richardson Smith, Miss Louise L. Williams.

instructors

Mrs. Vera Brooke Davis, Dr. David R. Davis, Mrs. Shirley Har- ris, Mrs. Mildred Holley Derrick, Mrs. Ellen C. Fleming.

instructors

Dr. Percy Carden Scott, Dr. Ansel C. Holland, Miss B. Pauline Low- man, Dr. John O. Reynolds, Mrs. Barbara McDaniel O'Carroll.

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music

Students in the Music Department may pursue majors in applied music, music educa- tion-vocal, instrument or a combination of the two areas- music supervision and church music.

Major factors in the overall program of in- struction are service to the college, the com- munity and the music profession.

It is the dedicated purpose of the Music Department to serve students and assist in the development of their talents to the highest pos- sible degree.

earl e. beach

DIRECTOR

strings and orchestra

Mr. Donald H. Hayes Mrs. Janelle Kittrell

piano

Mrs. Eleanor Toll, Dr. Robert Carter, Dr. Wolfgang Fetsch, Miss Elizabeth Drake, Mr. George Perry.

music education

Miss Beatrice Chauncy Miss Ruth Graber

vocal and choral organizations

Mrs. Gladys White, Mr. Dan Vornholt, Dr. Carl Hjortsvang, Dr. Paul Hickfang.

instrumental

Mr. Herbert Carter, Mr. James Parnell, Mr. Lewis Danfelt, Mr. Thomas Miller, Dr. Edmund Durhm, Mr. Andres Preston.






psychology

Since the 1959 BUCCANEER was published, the Psychology Department has been gathering momentum steadily. It is now possible to acquire a M.A. Degree in Psychology.

Summing up, this department now offers a minor in Psychology for A.B. candidates or students majoring in Elementary Education, an A.B. Degree in Psychology, and a Master's Degree in Psychology.

The general purpose of this department is to pro- vide students of Psychology with a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of their fellow man.

dr. clinton r. prewett

DIRECTOR

educational psychology

Mr. Donald Irvine, Dr. Ruby Bliss, Dr. Carl Adams.

child psychology

Dr. C. H. Allen Dr. Yung Juin Yu

tests and measurements

Dr. Frank Scott Mr. Donald Irvine

Dr. Gertrude Graf

clinical-adolescent psychology

Dr. Elsie Dotson Mrs. Gertrude Neis

experimental and theoretical psychology

Dr. Charles S. Harris Mr. Eric Graf

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science

Various programs have been set up in science, of- fering specific degrees in Biology, Chemistry, and Physi- cal Science, as well as general B.S., A.B., and M.A. de- grees.

To facilitate its purpose, the Science Department has delved into the various sciences to provide all stu- dents with a general understanding of science and its important role today, to furnish a broad fundamental training in the basic sciences, to train teachers of science for primary and secondary schools, as well as to work with in-service teachers, and to sponsor and encourage research in science.

dr. charles w. reynolds

Dr. Elsie Dotson Mrs. Gertrude Neis

DIRECTOR

science education

Mr Joseph G. Boyette

Dr. Austin D. Bond

Mr. Shepard M. Faber

biology

Dr. Graham Davis, Mr. Wil- liam H. Scott, Dr. Robert Hau- brich, Dr. Mary Helms, Dr. Clifford B. Knight, Jr. Dr. Joseph Q. Heplar, Dr. Chris- tine Wilton.

physics

Dr. Marshall Helms, Dr. Charles W. Reynolds, Mr. David Smith, Mr. Floyd Read, Jr., Dr. Frank W. Eller.

chemistry

Dr. Joseph N. LeConte, Dr. Grover W. Everett, Mr. J. O. Derrick, Dr. Leland Stewart.






social studies

Providing students with a thorough understanding of society as a whole is the basic and most outstanding effort of the Social Studies Department.

In this department, it is possible to at- tain an A.B., B.S., and M.A. degree.

Also included in the program of the Social Studies Department are a series of lectures presented to the college and town community.

dr. paul murray

Director

history and government

Dr. Lawrence T. Brewster Dr. Albert L. Dicket Dr. Hubert A. Coleman

economics

Dr. James A. Stewart Mr. Harold M. Goldstein

sociology

Mr. Wyatt L. Brown Dr. Paul A. Toll

history and government

Dr. Kathleen E. Dunlop, Dr. John M. Howell, Mr. Charles A. Guy, Dr. John C. Ellen, Jr., Dr. Willard B. Gatewood, Jr.

history and government

Dr. Charles L. Price, Mr. Fred D. Ragan, Dr. Ruth Keesey, Mr. Herbert Paschal, Jr.






organizations

Colleges are just like people. They must have eyes to see, minds to think, and hands with which to work. From where does a college get these things? From its organizations! The organi- zations here on campus are the eyes, the heart, and the mind of East Carolina College. Each one has its own particular function and place in campus life. East Carolina can be justly proud of the splendid record set forth by its organiza- tions.

These next pages will show you how this college has come alive through its organizations.
















student

Begun under a cloud of controversial doubt, the SGA Administration for '59-'60 met the opposition at every turn with undeniable success.

Under the effective administration of Dallas S. Wells, SGA President, the student body has enjoyed the most select and varied type of entertainment ever pre- sented on this campus. For the first time in years, the "litterbug" problem was effectively dealt with through SGA sorority-fraternity cooperation. A precedent in SGA history was set when the Student Senate unanimously voted to accept the yearly budget. Students were offered book exchange facilities. Homecoming was the most highly coordinated and successful as ever.

The Wells' administration will go down as one of the most successful and beneficial in this college's his- tory.

JIMMY OWENS

Vice-President

GLORIA HOFLER

Secretary

dallas s. wells

PRESIDENT

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gownment association

Left to right, backside of table: Jerry Van Dyke, J. D. Hodges, Elizabeth Williams, Marky Smith, Evelyn Cruchfield, Patricia Stuart, Charles Dyson, Mary Hayes Pleasants, Gloria Hofler, Dallas Wells, Sybil Swindell, Charles Munn, Jimmy Owens, Bill Crisp, David Rock, Sadie Barber, James Turner, Dee Davis, Carlton Beaman, and Ken Trogdon. Left to right inside of table: Jayne Chandler, Sarah Ewell, Jim Speight, Pat Biggs, Faye Abernathy, Barney West, Pat Farmer, Marvis Byrd, Nancy Coggins, Jeff Strickland, Jim Trice, Barbara Schwab, Gayle Troutman, and Billy Nichols.

senate

CHARLES R. MUNN

Assistant Treasurer

SYBIL SWINDELL

Parliamentarian

CHARLES W. DYSON

Treasurer

MARY HAYS PLEASANTS

Historian






executive council

Consisting of major SGA officers and chairmen of the judiciaries, the Executive Council acts upon all vital issues concern- ing the student body.

Pictured from left to right are: Jimmy Owens, Gloria Hofler, Charles Dyson, Dallas Wells, Charles Munn, Sybil Swindell, Mary Hayes Pleasants.

judicial branch

men's judiciary

Operating as a disciplinary committee, the Men's Judiciary functions to enforce college regulations. Promoting college ac- tivities, this committee also strives to maintain accepted social standards among college men.

Pictured from left to right are: Barney West, Otis Strother, Jim Turner, Derry Walker, Jim Speight, and J. D. Hodges.

women's judiciary

Serving as a guiding hand for women students, the Women's Judiciary strives to promote the general welfare, to enforce college regulations, and to main- tain high standards among East Caro- lina College women students.

Seated from left to right are: Gail Cahoon, Nancy V. Brown, Sadie Barber, Bonnie Burch, Becky Coley, Gail Troutman. Standing from left to right are: Barbara Schwab, Trish Stuart Marky Smith, Evelyn Crutchfield, Pat Biggs, Dee Davis, and Mary Hayes Pleasants.

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elections

Publicity, setting up the polls, and posting candidates one week in advance of an election arc the functions oi the Elections Committee.

Pictured from left to right are: Bonnie Burch, Annette McDonald, Joyce Lyons, Jim Trice, Chairman; and Lynn Burgess.

dormitory

A dormitory committee exists in each dormitory on campus. This committee han- dles all cases occurring in its respective dormi- tory which involves violations of dormitory rules and regulations.

Seated: Gayle Troutman, Mary Hayes Pleasants, Trish Stuart, Evelyn Crutchfield, Dee Davis, Faye Abernathy, and Marky Smith. Standing: Jim Speight, Pat Biggs, Barbara Schwab, and J. D. Hodges.

standing committees

homecoming

It is the tremendous job of this stalwart committee to handle all pre- parations for the Homecoming festi- vities and co-ordinate the various segmental activities involved.

Pictured from left to right: Sadie Barber, Dallas Wells, Chairman; Alice Coriolano, John Whitehurst, and Betty McCauley.

special events

Still in its infancy, the Special Events Committee has proved a defi- nite asset to planning special events, such as May Day, for the student body.

Betty McCauley and Dan Spain, co-chair-

budget

This committee distributes funds from students activity fees to the various campus organizations.

Seated left to right: Jayne Chandler, Gloria Hofler, Bonnie Burch, and Bobbie Kennedy. Standing: Bobby Ward, Dallas Wells. Jim Speight, Charles Dyson, Chairman; Dr. Clinton R. Prewett, Dr. James H. Tucker, Jim Trice, and Charles Munn.






point system

Students participating in various organiza- tions are kept under the watchful eye of the Points System. Since students participating in various organizations are allowed to accumulate only so many points per year, it is the job of this committee to recommend adjustments as they may arise.

Left to right: Hazel Privette, Margaret Cude, Caroline Robinson, and Pat Farmer, Chairman.

identification card

To be admitted to campus functions, all students must present an ID card. The Identi- fication Card Committee handles the making and processing of all student ID cards.

Left to right are: Mary John Best, Bobby Wells, and Jo Ann Bryan, Chairman.

productions

Each year, an SGA musicale, pro- duced by the student body, is presented on campus. The selection and produc- tion of this musical is carried out through the efforts of the Productions Committee. Further, this committee fa- cilitates the use of campus talent for the student body.

Left to right are: Jerry Van Dyke, Co-Chair- man; Rose Gornto, Jerry Powell, Co-Chairman; Zuill Bailey, Bob Kornegay, and Barbara Lounsbury.

rings

Responsibility for the selec- tion and sale of class rings and pins lies with the Ring Com- mittee.

Jimmy Owens, Chairman; Billy Nic- hols, David Rock, and Dr. James H Tucker.

entertainment

Providing the student body with entertain- ment during the school year is the purpose of the Entertainment Committee.

Seated left to right: Mr. Earl Beach, Chairman, Dallas Wells and Mr. Herbert Carter. Standing left to right: Elton Robinson and Billy Nichols.

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greeks






JACKIE BYRD President

BETSY HILL Vice-President

MERLE COUNCIL Secretary

SYLVIA SAMPEDRO Corresponding Secretary

BETTY FAYE MOORE Treasurer

An Intersorority Council is com- posed of the President and two representatives from each sorority.

DOROTHY SMITH Parliamentarian

MARTY KELLUM Social Chairman

ANDREA P. JOHNSON Chaplain

DEAN RUTH WHITE Advisor

HAZEL COLLIER Rush Chairman

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THE I.S.C.

Standing from left to right: Dean Ruth White, Betsy Hill, Gloria Hofler, Patricia Stuart, Vivian Loekhart, Nancy V. Brown, Andrea Johnson, Sylvia Sampedro, Glenda Workman, Betty Faye Moore, Dorothy Smith, Jerri Mills, Merle Council, Connie Erwin, Janice Saunders. Seated from left to right: June Humphrey, Marie Bryant, Mary Lee Lawrence, Patricia Hedgepath, Marjorie Sutton, Jackie Byrd, Sandie Bethune, Hazel Collier, Judy Taylor, Marty Kellum.

Chi Omega delegates give their full attention to the busi- ness at hand.

Sylvia finds that some I.S.C. delegates can pose complicated motions.






ANN DRENNAN President

MERLE COUNCIL Vice-President

NANCY GWYNN Secretary

PAT TERRELL Treasurer

DR. LOIS STATON Advisor

Sadie Barber

Patsy Cameron

Jean Capps

Sylvia Capps

Hazel Collier

Nancy Cox

Cynthia Cranford

Lynda Crouch

Rebekah Crouch

Nancy Edmunds

Helen Fisher

Jane Gidden

Carole Hagan

Norma Harrelson

Nancy Harris

Judy Hearne

Camilla Henderson

Judy Jolly

Nancy Keith

Sue Lassiter

Betty McCauley

Jimi McDaniel

Dottie McEwen

Sandy Moon

Lillian Moye

Betsy Redding

Faye Sellers

Jean Simmons

Dottie Walker

Camille Wimberly






Reward for the pledge mistress.

After six weeks of training-at last, SISTERS!!

Delta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority was pledged on East Carolina College campus on October 17, 1957.

"We Live for Each Other"

Alpha Delta Pi renders many services; among which are: to work with crippled chil- dren in giving service and buying needed medical equipment, to grant scholarships to outstanding foreign women students to study in the United States, to grant scholarship to our members for graduate study.

A Christmas clambake!

Ann accepts the gift from the first pledge class.






JUDITH TAYLOR President

JERRI VAN MILLS Vice-President

ANNETTE ALCOCK Secretary

MARTY KELLUM Treasurer

MRS. GEORGE MARTIN Advisor

Judith Bledsoe

Lillian Gail Cohoon

Marsha S. Evans

Betty Vic Gaskins

Elizabeth Goodwin

Nancye E. Lomax

Alma Lee Lovette

Patricia Millikin

Joyce Faye Mustian

Joan Phelps

Barbara Pleasants

Mary Nell Shaw

Patricia C. Strain

Ann Lindley Sugg

Cecilia Ann Tyson

Evelyn P. Smith

Hilda Grace Wells

Annette Willoughby






"Trie" Smith represented our sorority in the Homecoming pa- rade.

Sorority sister Judy Bledsoe was the first Homecoming sponsor for Tones Hall.

Zeta Psi chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was colonized on East Carolina College cam- pus December 4, 1959.

"To expand in such fashion that the blessings of its fellowship and principle should be ex- tended far and long, so that the implied pleas- ures and services might increase abundantly."

Sisters and rushees at our 1959 Formal Rush.






BOBBIE BETHUNE Secretary

MARJORIE SUTTON President

MARY LEE LAWRENCE Vice-President

NANCY KINSEY Treasurer

MISS GAY HOGAN Advisor

Norma Catlett

Becky Coley

Kathryn Crumpler

Barbara Eidson

Sylvia Gardner

Grace Hardy

Pat Jackson

Esther Joyner

Janice Langston

Betty Matheny

Jeannette New

Jo Ann Pope

Mary Bea Ray

Dorothy Smith

Mary Lib Stewart

Ella Gray Sullivan

Judy Thornton

Nancy Wright






President Margie serve the boys at the open house for the football players.

Delta Alpha chapter of Alpha Phi Sorority was pledged on East Carolina College campus November 21, 1959.

Alpha Phi seeks to develop the highest type of wom- anhood as exemplified by the Character, Conduct and Culture of the individual - the three C's of Alpha Phi standards.

Ella Gray repre- sents Fleming Dorm in the Homecoming parade.

We sensed the real meaning of Christmas as we played Santa Claus to a group of underpriviledged children.

Let us in on the secret, too, Becky!






JUNE HUMPHREY President

LUCILLE COULBOURN Vice-President

ELAINE BYRD Secretary

CYNTHIA WILLIAMS Treasurer

Patsy Alexander

Karen Best

Marie Bryant

Sheri Burt

Landa Cox

Ella Mae Godley

Josephine Gordon

Cecilia Hodges

Blanche Kammer

Elizabeth Knox

Judy McDuffie

Betty Anne Outlaw

Margaret Powell

Patricia Hedgepeth

Mary Anne Ricks

Carole Savage

Joanne Smith

Rosemary Swisher

Katyjo Todd

Elizabeth Williams

Lois Winslow






Pretty Miss Jo Anne Smith represented Alpha Xi Delta at Homecoming.

Gamma Phi chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was pledged on East Carolina College campus September 12, 1959. To this group goes the distinction of being the first to pledge a national sorority.

"To seek to cultivate a true spirit of friendship among our mem- bers that encourages, aids, and protects them by all honorable means during life, and maintains in all acts the highest sense of honor and duty. We will constantly strive to be an active influence for good throughout the student body and to make the campus a friendlier, more stimulating place."

Alpha Xi Delta entertains at Informal Rush.

University of Maryland girls relax with new E. C. C. pledges.






VIVIAN LOCKHART President

LORETTA BENTON Vice-President

NANCY V. BROWN Secretary

SARAH EWELL Treasurer

MRS. CLEVELAND BRADNER Advisor

Mary John Best

Ruby Bradshaw

Jo Ann Bryan

Bonnie Lugh Burch

Jayne Chandler

Carolyn Coates

Alice Lee Edwards

Patsy Elliot

Betty Joyce Hackett

Roberta Harrison

Gloria A. Hofler

Betty Hope Lane

Peggy Lane

Ann Middleton

Barbara Anne Moore

Patsy S. Porter

Matha Quinn

Dianne Saunders

Sue Sparkman

Rachael Spivey

Joan Williams






Ships Ahoy-All aboard!!!

Rho Zeta chapter of Chi Omega Sorority was pledged on East Carolina College campus November 12, 1959.

Chi Omega stresses the formation of lasting friend ships. Its purposes are the attainment of superior scholar ship, the development of womanly character, and partici pation in social and civic services.

Pledging, girls!!!

Chi Omega takes active part in clean-up week at E.C.

RUBY BRADSHAW

Homecoming Sponsor






JANICE SAUNDERS President

GLENDA WORKMAN Vice-President

SYLVIA SAMPEDRO Secretary

BARBARA SMITH Treasurer

Brenda Barefoot

Rosalie Blankenship

Julaine Cannon

Lynn Chambers

Jane Chandler

Rose Chason

Jackie Crutchfield

Joyce Currin

Ann Davis

Amy Sue Gwaltney

Margaret Harris

Betsy Hill

Deloress Holt

Joy Jenkins

Barbara Jones

Doris Matthews

Vicki Mayberry

Julie Moser

Jean Mullen

Ann Whitley Paul

Carole Rankin

Betsy Russel

Jerry Sue Townsend

Betty Wicker






Delta Zeta sisters enjoy moments of leisure at pajama party.

And, she's nice, too!

Zeta Lambda chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority was pledged on East Carolina Col- lege campus October 25, 1959.

"The objects of this sorority shall be to unite its members in the Bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pur- suit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action; objects worthy of the highest aim and purpose of as- sociated effort."

Look what you can find if you get out and beat the bushes!

APO White Ball former Queen, Joyce Currin crowns new Queen, Betsy Hill.






ALEXANDRA BETHUNE President

PATRICIA STUART Vice-President

DIANA MONROE Secretary

LYNDA STRICKLAND Treasurer

MISS SOPHIE FISCHEL Advisor

Nettie Atkins

Rebecca Blue

Eleanor Bowden

Nancy Britt

Jackie Byrd

Marcella Cooke

Molly Cooke

Evelyn Crutchfield

Peggy Davis

Sherril Garris

Janice Hinson

Bobbie Kennedy

Joyce Koon

Betty Maynor

Mary Hays Pleasants

Jo Ann Strickland

Ella Tyson






Outstanding pledges, Trish Stuart and Mirium Stephenson, receive awards.

Gamma Sigma chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority was pledged on East Carolina College campus October 15, 1959.

Purpose of Kappa Delta Sorority is to promote true friendship among the college girls of our country by inculcating into their hearts and lives those principles of truth, of honor, of duty, without which there can be no true friendship.

Kappa Delta beauty Jackie Byrd was Gar- rett Hall's Homecoming sponsor.

Members and pledges enjoyed the houseparty during the Azalea Festival.

And, we did!






ANDREA PITTMAN JOHNSON President

DORIS ROBBINS Vice-President

SHIRLEY HOLT Secretary

BETTY THOMAS Treasurer

DR. FRANCES WINKLER Advisor

Betty Allen

Janet Arnold

Alice Bailey

Gay Brinkley

Judy Corbette

Charlotte Crews

Martha Sue Davis

Connie Erwin

Janet Fansler

Ida Sue Green

Sandra Griffin

Judy Haley

Penny Hamilton

Judy Henderson

Dot Jones

Nancy Jones

Jerri Kennedy

Sue McPhatter

Kay Martin

Joyce Meads

Betty Milton

Betty Faye Moore

Alice Sauls

Mary Jo Sawyer

Brookie Singletary

Sarah Jo Stanley

Gayle Swinson

Ellen Wilson

Sue Wylie






Barbara Langdon beams as she is congrat- ulated on receiving the outstanding pledge award.

These smiling new sisters proudly hold their roses.

Gamma Beta chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority was pledged on East Carolina College campus October 20, 1959.

Tri Sigma strives for enduring ideals, high academic standards, social service, service to chil- dren and sisterly love among its members.

Tri Sigma's open Motto: "Faithful unto death."

We really practiced for that All Sing!!

Andy entertains her sisters at the spring picnic.






IFC

Bill Wallace, President

Ray Gurtner, Secretary; Ken Nielsen, Vice-President; Dean Jim Mallory, Aduisor; Bob Ward, Treasurer.

Left to right: Tom Nelson, Lambda Chi Alpha; Bill Hamilton, Pi Kappa Alpha; Wilkie Burt, Lambda Chi Alpha; Bill Cozart, Sigma Nu. Jack McCann, Sigma Nu; Don Conley, Pi Kappa Alpha.

Left to right: Ray Gurtner, Kappa Alpha; Mitchell, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Bovce Honeycutt, Theta Chi; Bob Harrell, Kappa Alpha; Ronnie Fochler, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Joe Chandler, Theta Chi.






purpose

For establishment and administration of rules governing rushing, pledging, initiation and general welfare of fraternities. To encourage scholastic achievement, greater cooperation, and harmony among its members; and for the pro- motion of the best interest of East Carolina College.

IFC sponsors Spring Quarter Blood Drive. Undentified Red Cross Nurse, Ann Drennan; Kelvin Wood, IFC Blood Drive Chairman; and Hazel Collier.

IFC organizes fraternity cheering section for East Carolina-Le- noir Rhyne football game. Temperature was down, but spirits were up for an upset.

FRATERNITY PRESIDENTS

Councilmen lounge on the steps of the IFC Office before a weekly meeting.

Sherrill Normann, Pi Kappa Alpha Pledge Class President, receives 1959 Greek-Week Trophy from IFC President Bill V'allace.

greeks in action






CAPTAIN ROBERT W. VINING Advisor

TONY MALLARD President

MR. CLAUDE GARREN Advisor

HOWARD KING Vice-President

KEN NIELSEN Treasurer

FRED ROBERTSON Historian

DON CONLEY Secretary

JEFF STRICKLAND Sergeant-at-Arms

BOB JOHNSON Pledge Master

Pi Kappa Alpha, founded at the Univer- sity of Virginia in 1868, has grown during its 91 years to 132 chapters. Epsilon Mu Chapter at East Carolina College was char- tered May 17, 1958, and is the newest chap- ter of Pi Kappa Alpha. Pi Kappa Alpha stands for "the establishment of friendship on a firmer and more lasting basis; for the promotion of brotherly love and kind feel- ing; for the mutual benefit and advance- ment of the interest of those with whom we sympathize and deem worthy of re- gard."

Men who wear the shield and diamond Pika pin strive to strengthen the bonds of friendship, build character, and grow intellectually. Some of Pica's achievements during its first year at East Carolina College include: setting up the first ECC fraternity house at 562 Cotanche Street; winning the first and second Greek Week; and at present Pi Kappa Alpha leads the fraternities in scholarships at East Carolina.

Baker

Barnhill

Bartholomew

Best

Carroll

Crawley

Cutler

L. Johnson

Martin

Normann

Parrott

Pope

Pugh

Simmons






Vicki Mayberry, Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha.

During IFC Ball, Tony Mallard, President of PiKA, receives Scholarship Trophy from IFC President Bill Wallace.

Fall pledge class of 1959, Seated left to right: Charlie Fullwood, President; Joey Pake, Tommy Riggan. Standing: Jim Starling, Charlie Paradee, Secretary; Bill Reynolds, and Jim Loftin.

Arledge

Austin

Dudley

Edwards

Greene

Haar

Hamilton

Hobbs

Jackson

Singletary

Stallings

Teachey

Walker

Weis

Wells

Wood






KA

HAROLD MARLOWE Vice-President

GEORGE TURNER President

JIM OWENS Recording Sec.

ROBERT HARRELL Corresponding Secretary

CECIL CHEEK Historian

ROBERT FRANCK Treasurer

FRED DANIEL Parliamentarian

PAT DRAUGHON Custodian

RAYMOND CUTNER Doorkeeper

Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865 to perpetuate the Southern idea of gen- tlemanly character typified by Robert E. Lee, its spiritual founder. The fraternity is patterned on an order of knighthood and the members are expected to con- form to the discipline of the order and cultivate the graces of Southern gentle- men. Kappa Alpha restricts its field to colleges and universities south of the Mason-Dixon Line.

We members are committed to hold fast to all things which are good and true in college and fra- ternity life and to turn away from every motive and action which might lessen esteem for character and result in the weakening or breaking of the ties of friendship.

The leading social event of the year for Kappa Alpha is the "Old South Ball," held in Char- lotte, N. C. For a short weekend the days of the Old South are relived again by the members and their dates of the six chapters of Kappa Alpha in North Carolina. Gamma Rho Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order was installed on the East Carolina College campus on September 26, 1958.

Bass

Baxter

Bodenheimer

Browne

Cardy

Daughtrey

Gallaher

Martin

Massey

Moon

Parks

Pierce

Pridgen

Riddick






Keith Wilder, Rose of Kappa Alpha

KA's serenade girls before "Old South Ball."

Fall pledge class of 1959

Gillikin

Godfrey

Gordon

Magill

Speight

Vansant

West

Wicker

Whitehead

Jim Owens and Lib Gardner were winners of KA Halloween costume award.






JOHN WEST President

MR. MAHLON COLES Advisor

CHARLES DYSON Vice-President

ROBERT TAYLOR Secretary

PAUL GOODWIN Pledge Trainer

GENE BEDSOLE Rush Chairman

EDGAR WILLIAMS Ritualist

WILKIE BURT House Manager

Delta Sigma Rho was made a colony of Lambda Chi Alpha March 15, 1958. Fifty nine active members were initiated along with two mem- bers of the ECC faculty and five local businessmen. On May 2, 1959, the colony became the Iota-Upsilon Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha.

Aim of Lambda Chi Alpha is to develop in its members the highest standards and acts of honor, chivalry, unselfishness, tolerance, loyalty and moral code of the nation, the democratic principles of the American education system and the laws, traditions, standards and practices of this fraternity.

Brown

Cross

Destout

Estes

Finnegan

Gaylord

Hayes

Miles

Miller

Morris

Nelson

Pearce

Pond

Pope






Harriet Icard Hudson, Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi.

Lambda Chi's Devil overwhelmed Elon.

Fall pledge class of 1959

Officers of Lambda Chi

Hodges

Hoyle

Hudson

Lao

Matthews

Rhodes

Russ

Strocher

Taylor

Vann

B. Ward

C. Ward






DR. FRANK SCOTT Advisor

PAT SAWYER Eminent Commander

JAKE SMITH Lieutenant Commander

LAVERNE CHRISTIE Recorder

MARK GUPTON Treasurer

JACK CALHOUN Chaplain

CRAIG REID Reporter

Sigma Nu Fraternity was founded nationally at Virginia Military Insti- tute in 1869, and our local chapter, Eta Beta was established in 1959. The White-Rose is the flower of Sigma Nu, and the national colors are black, white and gold. Sigma Nu publishes monthly its official magazine, entitled The Delta.

Kappa Sigma Nu was the first local frater- nity on campus. On May 16, 1959, Kappa Sigma Nu was formally installed as Eta Beta chapter of Sigma Nu. The creed is- to believe in the life of love, to walk in the way of honor, to serve in the light of truth. This is the life, the way, and the light of Sigma Nu.

Calhoun

Church

Coffin

Colwell

Cozart

Dyer

Faucette

Holloway

Hurst

McCann

Merritt

Morgan

Ragland

Rogers






Jeanette Mortland, white-Rose Queen of Sigma Nu.

Homecoming Tank that crushed Elon

Fall pledge class of 1959

Celebration!!

Forbes

Frick

Gaines

Gordon

Gray

Smith

Thompson

Throckmorton

Trucker

Williams

Wood






DR. GEORGE PERRY Advisor

LARRY BAILEY President

JOHN SAVAGE Vice-President

BILLY NICHOLS Secretary

RICHARD GROUCH Treasurer

JAMES TRICE Plege Marshal

G. T. HALL Historian

ROGER ACERETTE Chaplain

J. C. SYKES Librarian

Epsilon Iota chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity received its charter March 15, 1958, thus becoming the first na- tional social fraternity chartered and established at East Carolina College.

This chapter has matured fast in both ability and recognition. During the 1958-59 academic year, Epsilon Iota received the East Carolinian Service Award, the East Carolina Col- lege Board of Trustees Service Award, and the Regional Mason-Dixie Jubilee Dream Girl Trophy.

Its objective is to make Theta Chi a positive force for construction and continued develop- ment of the highest type of citizenship among its brothers and to perpetrate and accelerate the fundamentals of the school and the fraternity.

Brothers are exponents of Theta Chi's motto: Alma Mater first and Theta Chi for Alma Mater.

Beaman

Bullard

Chandler

Honeycutt

Jenkins

Mann

Neel

Norris

Shields

Stone

Trogdon

Turner

Wallace






Dottie McEwen, Homecoming Sponsor.

Fall pledge class of 1959.

Larry Bailey, President of Theta Chi, receives Homecoming Award for first place "Flower Garden."

Theta Chi float.






MR. CHARLES H. JOHNSON Chapter Counselor

LARRY GRIFFIN President

JOHN KNARR Vice-President

LARRY GRIFFIN President

DON VANCE Comptroller

BILL MITCHELL Sec-Historian

On February 19, 1959, the Sigma Epsilon Colony of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity- was born on the campus of East Carolina College. The Student Government Associa- tion approved the colony's constitution and by-laws April 23, 1959, and the Colony be- came an associate member of the Inter- fratemity Council, May 13, 1959. The Colony participated in the College Union Carnival and the Inter-fraternity Softball League. A 100% donation was made to the Sigma Phi Epsilon Camp Fund for under- priviledged boys. The Chapter Counselor is Mr. Charles H. Johnson, a former chapter president at Mississippi State, and the Fac- ulty Advisor is Dr. Robert Nossen of the English Department.

Alexander

Burriss

Fochler

Gaskill

Harvey

Humphreys

Kornegay

Liner

Reynolds

Roberts

Robison






Carol Fulcher, Sig Ep Sweetheart.

Bob Kornegay douses the daintes of petite Barbara Ann Lounsbury.

Brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon dive with their dates.

Sig Eps display slide movies to Rushees.






alcohol and protocol from the sea to the hills

PiKA's "CONCERT BY THE SEA" All day affair offers all forms of entertainment, from water skiing to dancing to...

Ken Nielson and Dee Collins arriving at PiKA's annual "Gangster Ball.

PiKA Dream Girl Vicki May- berry entertains Brothers and Rushees during fall rush program.

Lambda Chi Alpha stages "Get Acquainted Tea" for fresh- men during the fall quarter.

KA goes to the woods






publications






publications board

DR. JAMES TUCKER Chairman

Student Publications, the RUCCANEER, the East Carolinian, the Rebel, and the Key, are published by and for the students. The Publications Roard is the advisory council for these student publications. Composed of student editors, faculty advisors, and S.G.A. representatives, this board appoints the editors, detemines the policies, and counsels in fiscal matters.

Merle Summers, James Trice, Jo Ann Parks, Kathryn Johnson, Euclid Armstrong, Dr. Leo Jenkins, Dr. James Tucker, Dr. John D. Messick,Pat Biggs, Dr. James Poindexter, Tom Jackson, Mr. Ovid Pierce,

Pat Biggs, Dr. James Poindexter, Tom Jackson, Mr. Ovid Pierce, Dallas Wells, and Woody Davis.

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buccaneer

Yearbooks serve many purposes. One of these is that it provides the college with an important document of history in that the stories behind a wonderful school year are all revealed and become a reality within the pages of a yearbook.

In the 1960 BUCCANEER, through design, pictures, and copy, the efforts of many students have been utilized in preparing a book with the interests, the comfort and the pleasure of the reader primarily in mind.

-Editor

EUCLID ARMSTRONG Editor

BUDDY KILPATRICK Assistant Editor

JIM KIRKLAND Photographer

PAT BIGGS Business Manager

LIB POWELL Composition Editor

DR. JAMES POINDEXTER

MR. SAM DRY Advisors

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buccaneer staff

BILLY WILLIS Assistant Business Manager

DAN SPAIN Sports Editor

HARLEY WOODARD Art Editor

RADIO AND T.V. Jackie Waters, Editor

Standing: Margaret Cude and Bar- bara Payne.

SPORTS STAFF Left to right: Bobby Sasser, Dan Spain, Jimmy Ward.

DEPARTMENTS Betty Derrick, Editor, Agnes Rhue, and Charlotte Dexter.

HONORARY PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES

Nancy Shumate, Editor

Standing: Bobbie Price and Faye Benton

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ORGANIZATIONS Sylvia Dawkins, Mary Ellen Brown, and Curtis Howell.

QUEENS AND MARSHALS

Elizabeth Taylor, Sue Wylie, Editor; Kit- ty Thurman, and Peggy Andrews.

PUBLICATIONS

Ann Martin, Editor; Linda Simmons

GREEKS

Fred Robertson, Editor Standing: Bill Hamilton, Jay Arledge, and Sherill Norman.

SOROITIES

Dot Smith, Editor; Janet Arnold, and Jo Ann Jack- son.

CAMPUS LIFE

Van Banks, Sarah Smiley, Editor; Joyce Scott, Walter Faulkner, Editor; Pat Bennett, Editor; Nancy Graves, and Peggy Wynne.

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BUCCANEER staff

RELIGION

Earl Hart, Editor; and Irene Sain.

CLASSES

First row, Editors: Rachel Spivey, Edna Dickens, Judy Cox, Patsy Maynard, and Effie Lee Aman. Second row: Louis Plaster, Ann Stafford. Third row: Janet Wilson, Terry Elkins, Madaline Nerlinger, Lynn Colwell.

WHO'S WHO

Ann Rankin, Barbara War- ner, Editor; Lynette Hobbs and Linda Mann.

SPECIAL INTERESTS

Evelyn Mauney, Bill Eley, Editor; and Peggy Lane.

BUSINESS STAFF Beth Skinner, Pat Biggs, Business Manager; Billy Willis. Assistant Manager, and Gale Koonce.

CLUBS

Jan Sutton, Judy Wright, Editor; and Lendy Lytch.

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East Carolinian

Published weekly by the students, the EAST CAROLINIAN is dedicated to good standards of journalism and accurate presentation of the news. The purpose of the newspaper as a communicative organ is to inform, to educate, to stimulate, and to make men think.

-Editor

KATHRYN JOHNSON Editor

JOANNE PARKS Business Manager

PAT HARVEY Associate Editor

DERRY WALKER Managing Editor

JOHNNY HUDSON Sports Editor

FRED RORERTSON Photographer






east carolinian

PROOFREADERS

Evelyn Crutchfield, Marcelle Vogel, Mikki Cox, Gwen Johnson, Kay Guthrie, Patsy Elliott, Wayne Morton.

GWEN JOHNSON Proofreading Editor

BETTY MAYNOR Feature Editor

TOM JACKSON News Editor

REPORTERS

Roy Martin, Mike Katsias, Evelyn Crutchfield, Betty Maynor Tom Jackson, Marcelle Vogel, Jasper Jones, Ann Francis Allen, and Gwen Johnson.

SPORTS STAFF

Roy Martin, Merle Summers, Norman Kilpatrick.

Staff

KATHRYN JOHNSON Editor

JOANNE PARKS Business Manager

DERRY WALKER Managing Editor

PAT HARVEY Associate Editor

TOM JACKSON News Editor

JOHNNY HUDSON Sports Editor

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WOMEN'S CIRCULATION STAFF

CIRCULATION MANAGERS

Jim Trice, and Susan Ballance

MEN'S CIRCULATION STAFF

Theta Chi Pledges

COLUMNISTS

Roy Martin, Mike Katsias, Derry Walker Tom Jackson, James Corbett, Pat Harve^ Betty Maynor, and Kathryn Johnson.






the rebel

Rebel Staff of 1959-60 wishes to express their appreciation to the many people who have con- tributed their time and effort to The Rebel. We have strived to present the students with the most valuable and representative creative writ- ing being done on campus. Regardless of our goals, however, in the end, our ultimate success depends on our most important critics- the students.

-Editor

DAN WILLIAMS Editor

MR. OVID PIERCE Advisor

rebel staff

DAN WILLIAMS Editor

WOODY DAVIS Business Manager

JESSE MOORE Assistant Editor

NELSON DUDLEY Art Editor

NANCY KEITH Advertising Editor

Nancy Keith and Woody Davis

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ART EDITOR AND STAFF

Larry Blizzard and Nelson Dudley, Editor

BOOK REVIEW EDITOR AND ASSISTANT

Betsy Goodwin and Sandra Porter, Editor

ASSISTANTS TO EDITORS

Gail Cahoon, Lee Lovette, Joyce Mustin






the key

SARAH EWELL Chairman

JoAnn Bryan and Jane Gidden

Mary John Best, Don Griffin, and Dianne Saunders.

Sarah Ewell, Dianne Saunders, Jane Gidden, and Mary John Best.






fine arts






ecc talent

"Kiss Me Kate"- A professional by amateurs.

Schiz-o-phrenia-musical, comedy, laughter...






East Carolina College has no Bob Hopes or Sarah Berohardts, but we do offer fine talent each year with the presentation of three annual major productions by the East Carolina Playhouse, recitals by the Music Department, and an annual musicale by the SGA. This year was no exception. Presentations featured, as usual, the finest talent at East Carolina, ranging in variety from comedy to semi-classical. The Music Department, not to be outdone, produced a rib-tickler, "Schiz-o-phrenia." The East Caro- lina Playhouse produced some fine shows also, but their best came with the full-scale production of "The Diary of Ann Frank." The SGA contributed that wonderful musical, "Kiss Me Kate." Did we say no Bob Hopes or Sarah Bern- hardts? Humm, who knows . . . ?

Frank Wilson, Johnny Johnson, Willie Gillan, J. C. Skyes, and Moyer Harris perform at Examology Dance.

"My Three Angels"-Fall Quarter highlight.






east carolina playhouse

Members standing: Bob Gooden, Bill Bowen. Pictured from left to right in first row are: Sue Davis, Jane Berryman, Nancy Collins, Pat Haekworth, Betty Faye Moore. Second row: Betty Milton, Joanne Eagles, Linda Gale, Leigh Dobson, and Connine Erwin.

DRAMA was the thing that year- 1939-when the East Carolina College Playhouse was established on campus. Adopted as its purpose was the encour- agement of dramatic arts at East Caro- lina and to give students of the college an opportunity to participate in drama- tic productions.

Any student is eligible to become a member and may do so upon completion of a period of apprenticeship. Each ap- plicant is required to work in at least one major production and two Player's Studio Productions. At least one play participation must be along technical lines. Members are expected to take part in each of the major productions and to direct and act in Player's Studio Pro- ductions during the year.

officers

Pictured from left to right are: Doris Robbins, Recording Secretary; Dr. J. A. Withey, Advisor; Bill Faulkner, Presi- dent; Mr. Jim Brewer, Advisor; Elizabeth Smith, Vice- President; and Rose Gornto, Historian.

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THE EAST CAROLINA PLAYHOUSE

presents

MY THREE ANGELS

BY SAMUEL AND BELLA SPEWACK

CaSt

FELIX DUCOTEL Dan Yanchisin

EMILIE DUCOTEL Lynne Glassford

MARIA LOUISE DUCOTEL Leigh Dobson

MME. PAROLE Jane Berryman

JOSEPH George Spelvin

JULES Jim Roper

ALFRED Ed Barcliff

HENRI TROCHARD Bill Faulkner

PAUL Bill Bowen

LIEUTENANT Ken Harris

"Father, haven't you gone yet?"

"Exactly."

"You're charming, too." "What?"






"pottfing shed"

by grahame greene

cast

JAMES CALLIFER Merle Kelly

MRS. CALLIFER Shirley Dixon

ANNE CALLIFER SyZuia Ruston

SARA CALLIFER Mary Margaret Kelly

DR. FREDERICK BASTON Bill Haislip

JOHN CALLIFER Bill Faulkner

FATHER WILLIAM CALLIFER Del Driver

MRS. CONNELLY Leigh Dobson

DR. KREUZER John Hudgins

CORONER Derry Walkner

MRS. POTTER Elizabeth Smith

"What are you keeping from me," asks Merle Kelley?

"I've got to know, Mrs. Potter, I've got to."

"Why don't you make some noise some- time?"

Del Driver and Merle Kelly in one of the highly emotional scenes from the "Potting Shed."

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"romeo and juliet"

by william shakespeare

Chorus Mary Powell

Sampson, servant to Capulet William Barfield

Gregory, servant to Capulet George Baker

Abraham, servant to Montague William Barclift

Balthasar, servant to Romeo William Bowen

Benvolio, nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo Richard Heller

Tybalt, nephew to Lady Capulet Charles Worrell

Capulet, head of the house of Capulet H. D. Rowe

Lady Capulet, his wife Shirley Dixon

Montague, head of the house of Montague Larry Craven

Lady Montague, his wife Aiken Smith

Escalus, Prince of Verona J. A. Withey

First Officer George Ray

Second Officer Kenneth Kilpatrick

Aide to the Prince Lawrence Behr

Romeo, son to Montague August Laube

Juliet, daughter of Capulet Lois Garren

Paris, Kinsman to the Prince Robert R. Johnson

Peter, servant to the Capulets Claude West

Nurse to Juliet Beatrice Chauncey

Mercutio, kinsman to the Prince and friend of Romeo Del Driver

Pages Peter Heller, David Gradis, Mark Withey, Ben Irons

Ladies Georgia Parrot, Mary Powell, Sandra York, Given McCkmrock, Bonnie Stultz

Cousin to Capulet Mahlon Coles

Friar Lawrence George Perry

Apothecary Norman Pierce

Friar John Jack Morgan

Guards Claude Taylor, Elvin Jones, Ned Smith

Richard Heller (Benvolio) August Laube (Romeo), and Del Driver (Mercutio). "'Tis not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church door; but 'tis enough, 'twill serve."

This Shakespearean production is a unique feature in the entertainment offered to students during the year in that it brings together in a joint effort the best talents .of the East Carolina Playhouse and the Green- ville Little Theater.

August Laube (Romeo) and Lois Garren (Juliet). "I ne'er saw true beauty rill this night."

Duel rehearsal with Char- les Worrell (Tybalt) and Richard Heller (Benvolio).

Fil, how my bones ache! What a jaunt have I had!

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cole porter's

"kiss me

FRED GRAHAM Jerry Powell

HARRY TREVOR Jerry Liles

LOIS LANE Leigh Dobson

RALPH Hubert Shearon

LILLIE VANESSI Hannah England

HATTIE Rosemary Swisher

STAGE DOORMAN Jerry Van Dyke

PAUL John Filicky

BILL CALHOUN Ken Killebrew

FIRST GANGSTER David Doolittle

SECOND GANGSTER Bob Kornegay

HARRISON HOWELL Zuill Bailey

"Another Op'nin', Another Show"

"Brush up your Shakespeare"

"Always True to You (In My Fashion)"

Jerry Powell, Bob Kornegay, David Doolittle, Hannah England, and Zuill Bailey rehearse for Kiss Me Kate.

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kate"

Time - about 1920; the place -a rather dilapidated theater off Broadway . . . and with that the audiences were whirled away into the world of show business. Kiss Me Kate, with music by Cole Porter, captured the audience immediately and was remembered long after the actual performance was over. Sponsored by the S.G.A., the dir- ectors were Mr. Donald Haves and Dr. Elizabeth Utterback.

Street scene dance in Kiss Me Kate.

Jerry Powell and Hannah England rehearse "So in Love Am I" for Kiss Me Kate.

"Kiss Me Kate."

Hannah England sings as the crowd watches in Kiss Me Kate.

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"battered btide"

by smetana

MARIE Rose Rich * Ann Harden +

JENIK Gerald Powell

KEZAL Ronald Knonse

KRUSHINA George Johnson * Lynford Saunders +

LUDMILA Hannah England Jane Fuller

VASHEK Ray McNeely

PRINCIPAL COMEDIAN Kenneth Killebrew

ESMERALDA Ashlynn Maulden

INDIAN Judy Hearne

MICHA Kenneth Ginn

HATA Martha Bradner Jane Murray

TRUMPETER James Burnes

DRUMMER James Williams

*First Performance + Second Performance

Kezal (Ronnie Knouse), the marriage broker, displays the marriage con- tract to the "Bartered Bride."

Feast day street celebration in the "Bartered Bride."

Village maids join in the festivities of Feast Day.

Villagers protest the marriage brokers ruthlessness in the "Bartered Bride."

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east carolina college

marching pitates

Patsy Hitchins, Judy Bledsoe, Anne Warren, Lib Rogers, and Doris Robbins, headed the Marching Pirates.

Under the skillful direction of Mr. Herbert Carter, the East Carolina Marching Pirates plays for and presents shows at all home football games, pre- senting a special show at homecoming. It also participates in various parades throughout the Carolina's.

East Carolina is extremely proud of its marching band and the wonderful prestige it adds to our college.

Percussion section of the marching pirates provides the down the field beat for the band.

At midfield, the marching pi- rates form the company front.

Left to right: Twirling drum major, Bob Ellwan- ger and Jim "Scooby" Burns drum major.

One hundred twenty-five march- ing pirates fall into the unforget- table E. C.






varsity band

MR. HERBERT CARTER Director

MR. THOMAS MILLER Director

concert band

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music

woman's chorus

MR. DAN VORNHOLT Director

college singers

opera workshop

hi-brows

MR. PAUL HICKFANG Director






orchestra

MR. DONALD HAYS Director

Composed of faculty mem- bers, students, and a few people from the surrounding commu- nities, the East Carolina College Orchestra seeks to provide a wide variety of music to stimu- late orchestral programs in east- ern North Carolina.

Celo section practices for a concert.

Brass instruments are a big part of the orchestra.

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chapel choir

DR. CARL HJORTSVANG Director

During the year the chapel choir sings for the college chapel services and numerous public functions. Under the direction of Dr. Carl Hjortsvang, the choir is formed by students who sing for the pleasure of singing and wish to better their talents.

Consisting of members chosen by auditions, the College Choir presents the "Messiah" annually and makes various appearances around the state and on campus.

college choir

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collegians

Originally know as the "Bob Lee Orchestra," the "Collegians" were organized thirteen years ago with the express purpose of providing students with train- ing in dance band music principles. Since that time group has grown and expanded so tremendously that it provides self-help employment as a sideline function.

In recent years, the "Collegians" have become state known and are well on their way to becoming nationally recognized as a leading dance band. They have traveled far and wide filling in and out-of-state engagements.

Interested students audition for acceptance and are voted upon by the members. Talent, initiative, and a desire to play are the necessary requirements for each new member.

Left to right: J. C. Sykes, Business Man- ager and Willie Gillon, Director.

BETTY LANE EVANS Vocalist

Left to right: Frank Bullard Jerry Liles, and Bill Tucker.

Left to right: Ray Neel, James Burns, Jerry- Peterson.

Left to right: John Savage and E. W. Lee.

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special interests






college union

College Union is the community center of the college family- students, faculty, adminis- tration, alumni, and guests. It is not just a building; it is an organization and a program.

mahlon j. coles DIRECTOR

CYNTHIA MENDENHALL Recreation Supervisor

YVONNE SMITH Assitant

ronald stephens PRESIDENT

Officers

MARGARET ROSE SMITH Reporter

DOROTHY SMITH Vice President

ALICE BAILEY Treasurer

BETSY REDDING (not pictured) Secretary

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union in action

games

Bob Gilden, Chairman - Norman Kilpatrick, Ramona Kilpatrick

record and dance

Alice Bailey, Margaret Rose Smith, Betty Fay More, J. L. Harrison, Chairman-William Mari- gum.

SOCial

Chairman-George Ray, Grace Max- well, Ruby Bradshaw, Jayne Chand- ler.

special projects

Chairman-Nancy Brown, Nell Marcom, David Thrift, Patsy Oliver, Betty Matheny, Steve Folkes, Myrna Skin- ner






Dr. J. D. Messick, Dot Smith, and Ronnie Stevens enjoy refreshments at the C. U.'s 5th birthday party.

"I bid a buck."

These two C. U. members work diligently to prepare decorations for the Christmas party.

Oops! Russell Harrington almost missed it!

Students enjoy a quiet game of chess in the C.U

C.U. members and students dec- orate the tree during the annual C.U. Christmas Party.






During a break between classes, students enjoy coffee and donuts.

Linda Alphin gets ready for the next rush hour in the soda shop.

College Union proivdes a con- venient gathering for gab-fest.

David Stone his date get ready to take a on the tra- ditional bicycle.

Oh well, we all have our moments.






Gathering place for students at East Carolina College, the College Union provides a variety of entertainment and relaxation activities for the student body.

Miss Mendenhall, College Union Director and Ronnie Stevens, Col- lege Union Student Board Presi- dent enjoy a party on the patio at the C.U.

college union activities

Julaine Cannon helps dec- orate the C. U. Christmas tree.

Open house brings many workers to give the C.U. a face lifting for Christmas.

Mary Ellen Brown chats with friends dur- ing a free class period.






aquanymphs

Aquanymphs members are girls who are interested in swim- ming, who practice water ballet, participate in water shows, and study advanced swimming. This club meets each Monday night at the college pool.

OFFICERS

JANICE LANGSTON Publicity

BETSY REDDING President

BECKEY WAYNE Secretary-Treasurer

ANN SUGG Vice-President

varsity club

Varsity Club seeks to create brother- hood and fellowship among the letter- men of different sports. Any person who has lettered in a varsity sport is eligible for membership. The greatest accomplishment has been the estab- lishment of an annual Varsity-Alumni football game.

OFFICERS RANDELL HOLMES President

DAVID THOMAS Vice President

STUART HOLLAND Secretary

EDWARD EMORY Treasurer

Sgts. at Arms BILL CAIN and CHARLES GOR- DON

Left to right, first row: Glenn Bass, Stuart Holland, Gary Pierce, David Thomas. Second row: ienry Vansant, James Gordon, Ed Emory, Charles Gordon. Third row: Clayton Piland, ones Lockerman, C. J. Brown, George Turner.

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woman's recreation association

Women's Recreation Association seeks to encourage the spirit of play for its own sake, to work for the promotion of physical activities among the student body, and the develop- ment of health, physical efficiency and citizenship. Among the many activities during the year are the spring banquet, house party, and the annual sports day. The members take part in an interesting curriculum of such sports as volley- ball, tennis, and basketball.

PEGGY DAVIS President

JANICE EDWARDS Vice-President

ANNE CRAFT Secretary

ELAN EASON Treasurer

EMILIE LILLY Awards Chairman

ANN SUGG Co-Chairman, Publicity

LIRBY COOK Co-Chairman, Publicity

GAY HOGAN Faculty Advisor

DORMITORY REPRESENTATIVES

Barbara Moser and teammate keep their eye on the birdie dur- ing a W.R.A. badminton match.

Two W.R.A. teams fight it out in an exciting basketball tilt.

It's a battle to the finish.

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Joe Peele, Historian Ann D. Davis, Assistant Treasurer Norma Lee Johnson, and Judith Pleas- ants.

President Clint Davis, Vice-President Delano Wilson, Corresponding Secretary Lou Alligood, and Treasurer Wayne Forbes.

Robert H. Wright Chapter provides its members with opportunities for developing personal growth and pro- fessional competences; for gaining an understanding of the history, ethics, and programs of the organized teach- ing profession.

student national education association

Donald Lennon and Louise Brown

president

CLINT DAVIS

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association for childhood education

Association for Childhood Education is an international professional organiza- tion concerned with the education and well-being of children. A.C.E. members endeavor to promote desirable condi- tions in the school and to adjust the school program to the child's needs for the betterment of child welfare.

A.C.E. members plan future programs.

OFFICERS

JANICE LANGSTON President

MARCELLA COOKE First Vice-President

ANGILINE VAN DYK Second Vice-President

BOBRIE BETHUNE Third Vice-President

JOAN ELLIOTT Secretary

SUSAN KOHLER Corresponding Secretary

DONNA LANGLEY Treasurer

SYLVIA THOMAS Historian

ADA RAY ROUSE and

MOLLY COOKE Publicum

LENDY LYTCH Social

After work members enjoy conversation and refreshments.

circle k

Circle K, an organization for men at East Carolina, is sponsored by the Greenville Kwanis Club. Members are chosen for their above average leader- ship, and scholarship, and citizenship.

OFFICERS JAMES H. DAUGHTRIDGE President

GEORGE TURNER Vice-President

Association for Childhood Education is an international professional organiza- tion concerned with the education and well-being of children. A.C.E. members endeavor to promote desirable condi- tions in the school and to adjust the school program to the child's needs for the betterment of child welfare.

BUDDY WELCH Secretary

IKE RIDDICK Treasurer

Left to right: Mike Riddick, Sonny Bassinger, . Ed Emory, Hurkey De Stout, Dr. John Reynolds, Wade Sessoms, George Turner, Ike Riddick, Paul Goodwin, Tony Mallard, Jim Speight.

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television and radio






wwws tv

Closed circuit TV is in its second year at East Carolina. It has proved feasible for teaching required courses such as History, English, Math, and certain business courses.

Neil Eggleston, Glen Kinlaw, Keith Hobbs, and Alice Coriolano prepare film chain for program.

Ed Lancaster, Lib Powell, Charlie Robinson, Liz Smith, and Rudd Jensen

OFFICERS

Association for Childhood Education is an international professional organiza- tion concerned with the education and well-being of children. A.C.E. members endeavor to promote desirable condi- tions in the school and to adjust the school program to the child's needs for the betterment of child welfare.

E. T. Rogers, President, Wayne Johnson, Vice-Presidccnt, and John Whitehurst, Secretary.

Walter Johnson, Jimmy Cannon, Bobby Lovic and Harry Bailey as never seen to the viewer.

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campus radio

RUDD JENSEN Manager

Campus radio broadcasts all college athletic activities and furnishes the students with the best in music, news, and sports.

Mary Powell and Jerry Moore produce "Club 570."

Wayne Johnson, Program Director, Betty Milton, Con- tinuity Chief, and Frank Grayiel, Business Manager.






WWWS

voice of east carolina college

John Whitehurst and Glen Kinlaw check WWWS remote equipment.

Ken NOrton, James Shuman and Jimmy Cannon check "Top-Thirty" listing.

E. T. Rogers, Chief Announcer, and Betty Faye Moore, Music Librarian.

Robert Lovett and Sue Gwaltney enjoy playback of "Doug Clark" recording.

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professional societies






Smitty leads the group in cheers at Homecoming.

Kathryn Crumpler represented the Delta Sigs at Homecoming.

Latest in men's fashions . . . towels!

Be sociable . . . have a Pepsi.

Hardee must have lost another Wells Fargo ship- ment.






DELTA SIGMA PI is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business and to promote closer affiliation between the students of commerce and the commercial world.

Delta Sig also functions socially through its gala events such as the annual Rose Ball and the quar- terly pledge dances.

ARMSTRONG, EUCLID D. JR.

BUSEY, LARRY HENRY

BURLESON, JOHN EARNEST

CARR, JOHN P.

CORBETT, JAMES M.

EGGLESTON, NEAL H.

FELTON, JONATHAN K.

FILICKY, JOHN J.

FORBES, JOHN K.

HARDEE, JAMES A.

HARMON, RAMON A.

HOWELL, WILLIAM C.

KEITH, HESTER

MAYNARD KILPATRICK, KENNETH 2nd Vice-Pres.

LEE, LLOYD H.

METZGAR, JAMES R, President

MILLS, DURRELL V., Treasurer

MUNN, CHARLES R.

O'CARROL, JOHN P.

PORTERFIELD, WILLIAM H.

PUCKET, WILLIAM H.

REDECKI, JOHN

REESE, THOMAS M., Chancellor

REYNOLDS, LAWRENCE B. 1st Vice-President

ROBERTSON, EUGENE

SEATE, ROBERT C., Secretary

SCARBOROUGH, WILLIAM L. Historian

SCOFIELD, EARL E.

SMITH, CHARLES LEE

SMITH, LEWIS E.

THORPE, JAMES A.

WILLIAMS, LLOYD D.

WILLIS, WILLIAM K.






society for advancement of management

S.A.M., three letters which mean the Society for Advancement of Management, was formed in 1959 under the auspices of the Business De- partment.

The Society has adopted the following as its purposes: to bring together executives in busi- ness and students preparing to go into business; to serve as an effective medium of exchange and distribution of information concerning methods of industry and management; and to provide students with the opportunity to participate in an organization dedicated to the art and science of management. In addition, S.A.M. seeks to give students an insight into the practice of manage- ment profession and application of the principles of good management.

officers

Left to right: Bobby Setzer, President; Dee Bry- son, Treasurer; Floyd Smith, Secretary; and Ron- ald Henry, Vice-President.

Left to right: Dixon Hall, William Batts, James Ballard, Charles Spann, Fred Taylor, and Gene Davis.

advisors

Left to right: Mr. William Hart and Mr. Sam Dry.

Pictured left to right: Dempsey Mizelle, Bobby Anderson, Mel- don Auston, W. P. Harrell, Niel Howell, Carlton Edmundson, and Merman McLawhorn.

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air force rotc






CADET GROUP COMMANDER AND STAFF

Cadets: Major Dennis M. Biggs, 1st Lt. James G. Stone, Lt. Col. Kenneth E. Wilson, Major Melvin P. Edwards, Captain William L. Reynolds, Master Sgt. Joseph Weiland, and Captain Linwood C. Johnson.

JANE CARTER Sponsor

LT. COL. KENNETH E. Wilson

Commander

Challenging new air age frontiers where even the realms of sound and time are left behind, cadets in East Carolina College's United States Air Force ROTC are afforded opportunities lead- ing to personal development as individual cadets into capable leaders.

KATHRYN CRUMPLER

Sponsor

JULAINE CANNON

Sponsor

61ST SQUADRON

Cadets: 1st Lt. Paul D. Bass, Captain Willard K. Baker, 2nd Lt. Frank E. Grayel, TV Sgt. Leon Manning, and 2nd Lt. Jerry N. Black.

62ND SQUADRON

1st Lt. Henry A. Leeuwenburg, Captain Glen Dyer, 2nd Lt. Volney L. Cristy, and T/Sgt. Thomas E. Winstead.






flight a air force rotc

1ST LT. ROBERT C. BROWN Commander

1ST LT. KIRBY P. BRANCH Commander

flight b

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1ST LT. JAMES O. HALL Commander

1ST LT. JAMES H. SPEIGHT Commander

flight c

usafrotc

flight d

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flight e

1ST LT. GEORGE T. IPOCK Commander

flight f

1ST LT. THOMAS T. TURNER Commander

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drill team

JANET ARNOLD

Sponsor

CAPTAIN ROBERT L. NEEDS Commander

drum and bugle corps

ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY

Major Linwood C. Johnson

Capt. Willard K. Baker

Capt. Kenneth E. Wilson

Capt. Dewey M. Biggs

DIANNE NEAL

Sponsor

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honorary professional fraternities






chi beta phi

To promote understanding of the scientific method, the physical and natural processes, and to provide an op- portunity for sincerely interested members of the fields of science and mathematics to exchange ideas gained through personal endeavor are purposes of Chi Beta Phi.

The two major accomplishments were undertaken jointly with the East Carolina Science Club, and are of equal stature as follows: The establishing of a Scientific journal carrying essays dealing with science, book re- views of scientific importance, and reports of students and faculty research plus the establishment of a depart- mental library to be stocked with books, references, and scientific periodicals used as reference material. In con- junction with the library will be a Museum of Physical and Natural Sciences.

NORMA BOWEN

SARA CRAWFORD

TOM HOPKINS, President

REBECCA HILL

LINDA GODWIN HAIR

JIM HORTON

PATRICIA INMAN

JIM LAUGHINGHOUSE, Treasurer

LONA MANNING

PEGGY MOBLEY, Secretary

BARBARA MOSER

CARROLL ROBERSON

LORETTA WALTERS, Vice-President

DENNIS WILLIAMS






phi omicron

Phi Omicron's purpose is fourfold: to en- courage interest and scholarship in home economics, to aid in civic betterment at East Carolina College, 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 wor- thy enterprises through the development of personality, leadership, initiative, and poise in such a way as to lend distinction to the profession of home economics.

SANDRA TANT

Homecoming Sponsor

BERNICE BAKER

ANN BARNACASCEL

PHYLLIS CORRBETT

EDITH FITZGERALD, President

JANET HOWARD

JUNE HUMPHREY

GERALDINE JONES

JEAN JOYNER, Vice-President

BETTY MARSHBOURNE, Secretary

SANDRA TANT






phi mu alpha

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional music fraternity founded in 1898 at the New England Con- servatory of Music, Boston, Massachusetts. Zeta Psi chapter was chartered at this college in 1955.

Aims of Sinfonia are: to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and common brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater.

Zeta Psi chapter is a member of the North Caro- lina Federation of Music Clubs and has in this activity received national recognition as the student club hav- ing done the most to promote American music.

Being a music fraternity, the chief project of the fraternity is an American Music Festival presented each spring.

Membership in Sinfonia is by invitation upon at- tainment of scholastic averages which must be main- tained by members.

TED BEACH

FRANK BULLARD, Music Director

JIM BURNS

ED CARRAWAY

TED FOUNTAIN, Historian

WILLIE GILLON

LARRY GRISSOM, Treasurer

MOYER HARRIS

BOB KORNEGAY

TERRY LILES

CHUCK MYERS, Secretary

STUART PATTEN, President

JACK PINDELL

TERRY POWELL TOMMY SPRY, Vice-President

T. C. SYKES

TERRY VAN DYKE, Parliamentarian

EMILY NEALE

Homecoming Sponsor






kappa delta pi

Kappa Delta Pi encourages high profes- sional, intellectual, and personal standards and recognizes outstanding contributions to educa- tion. To this end, it shall invite to membership such persons as exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship. It shall endeavor to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its mem- bers and to quicken professional growth by honoring achievement in educational work.

MOLLY BIGGS

VICTOR E. CORNACCHIONE

MARSHA EVANS, President

HELEN FISHER

JESSIE HARRISON

DIANA ROSE, Secretary

DELLA ANN STOKES

PEGGY WOOD

PEGGY WYNNE

MARSHA EVANS Homecoming Sponsor

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LORETTA BENTON, Vice-Pres.

ROSALIE BLANKENSHIP

ANN BLANTON, Pledge Chairman

MARVIS EDWARDS BYRD

DE ANN COLEMAN

JUDY COX

BETTE JOANNE EDWARDS

SHERRILL GARRIS

JOYCE GODWIN

CAROLYN GRIFFEN

PAT HEDSPETH

GLORIA HOFLER

PRISCILLA HOLLOWAY

JACQUE HOUSE

MARY LOIS HUDGINS

EVELYN JOHNSON

Homecoming Float.

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tau sigma

Alpha Chapter of Tau Sigma, honorary educa- tional fraternity, was founded on the campus of East Carolina in the spring of 1955. This fraternity was the outgrowth of a club organized by members of Dr. John White's psychology 205 class. The objectives of this organization are: to be an organization for educa- tional exploration, to supplement classroom work with actual experience, to give the student member an op- portunity in which to meet first hand problems and situation that will eventually be met in the field, and to provide a living laboratory in which to work and learn in what practical ways to be of service.

To be a member of Tau Sigma, a person must have an over-all average of 2.5.

TENNYS WARREN Homecoming Sponsor

ESTHER JOYNER, Treasurer

DONNA G. LANGLEY

GERALDINE MILLS

JOE PEELE

GAIL RACKLEY, Recording Secretary

JO ANN STRICKLAND, Corresponding Secretary

CAROLYN D. SUNNELL

SYBIL SWINDELL

BETTY E. THOMAS, Historian and Reporter

TENNYS E. WARREN

JOHN WATTS

PEARL WATTS

DELANO WILSON, President

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sigma pi alpha

ELIZABETH WILLIAMS President

LOU ALLIGOOD, Secretary

ALICE CORIOLANO, Vice-President

MADELYN COLEMAN

LUCILLE COULBOURNE

JANET CRATCH

SARA CRAWFORD

NANCY RAWLES EDMONDS

VIRGINIA EVANS

BETTY LOU GAYLORD

TOMMY HEATH

ARLINE HIGH

BURLEIGH HILL

JANICE HINSON

CECELIA HODGES

KATHRYN JOHNSON

BARBARA LOUNSBURY

MARTHA MARCOM

DEMPSEY MIZELLE, Treasurer






Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha, national honorary foreign language fraternity, is now in its twenty-first year at East Carolina. Phi Sigma, as an organization of language stu- dents, dates back to the year 1926.

Members of this fraternity are interested in learning more about other countries- their people, their culture, and especially their lan- guage. They believe that greater knowledge of other civilizations contributes to the develop- ment of better understanding among the peoples of the world.

To be eligible for membership, a student must have a "2" average on foreign language courses and a "3" average on other college courses.

PEGGY MOBLEY

CYNTHIA PARKER

JUDY POWELL

PATRICIA WHITE REEL

JOANNE SMITH

JOYCE SMITH

PEDRO SOLIS

KATHLEEN SOMERVILLE

BARBARA WEST

KATHERINE WHITLEY

MICHAEL WILKINSON

ELIZABETH WILLIAMS

BARBARA LOWENSBURY

Homecoming Sponsor

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pi omega pi

DEMPSEY MIZELLE President

Pi Omega Pi is a national honorary frater- nity for business education students. Its primary aims are to promote scholarship in business edu- cation, to aid in civic betterment, and to encour- age high ethical standards in business. Beta Kappa Chapter has been honored three times as the most outstanding chapter in the country.

SYLVIA SAMPEDRO Homecoming Sponsor

FRANCES AIKEN

ELFRETH ALEXANDER, Vice-President

MELDON AUSTIN

BILL BATTS

CLINTON BOWEN

BETTY ANN BROWN

ELIZABETH CHASON, Historian

DEANNE COLEMAN

EARL DEAL

BETTY JEAN HARRIS

ALAN HOOPER, Historian

NEIL HOWELL

MILDRED McGRATH

ELIZABETH MASSAS

ROLAND MATTHIS

DEMPSEY MIZELLE

DIANA MONROE, Secretary

KAY OVERTON

BARBARA PARAMORE

DONALD PARK

MELBOURNE PRIDGEN

SYLVIA SAMPEDRO

SYLVIA UZZELL, Asst. Secretary






phi sigma pi

Phi Sigma Pi is an honorary professional fraternity made up of men who display out- standing qualities scholarship, leadership, and fellowship. After a residence of one year at East Carolina College, men who have an academic average of "2" on all their college work become prospective members. The purpose of the fraternity is to provide a distinction to those men who meet the fraternity qualifications and to comprise a body of individuals with similar professional interests.

BETTY McCAULEY Homecoming Sponsor

JIM BALLANCE

WAYNE BULLARD

JOHN DOBSON

JAMES HORTON Corresponding Secretary

TOM HOPKINS, Vice-President

GEORGE RUFUS HUGHES

BILL JONES, Treasurer

JOHN KNARR

ED LANCASTER, Secretary

JAMES LAUGHINGHOUSE President

FRED RAGAN

E. T. ROGERS

C. M. WILLIAMS






gamma theta upsilon

In 1955 the Beta Iota Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon was organized to further profes- sional interest in geography by affording a com- mon organization for those interested in this field. Gamma Theta Upsilon is now entering its fifth year of organization. It was established and organized in March, 1955. The fraternity has 31 charter members and as of May, 1958 there were 100 members associated with the local chapter.

East Carolina now ties with the University of Washington for third place among the nation's colleges and universities in number of students enrolled in courses in geography during the 1958-59 school year, according to the official dir- ectory of College Geography in the United States.

BETSY HILL

Homecoming Sponsor

JOHN L. BOOTH, President

WILLIAM A. BOWEN

CHARLES DAVIS

ROBERT FRANCK

ROBERT C. GRIFFIN

CHARLES G. IONES

HERBERT C. JONES, Vice-President

BRUCE N. KANIPE

NORMAN KILPATRICK

THOMAS C. NANCE, Secretary and Treasurer

DAN M. SPAIN






sigma alpha iota

ROSE LINSEY

Homecoming Sponsor

Sigma Alpha is an internationally incorporated profes- ional music fraternity for women in the field of music. It was founded in 1903 at Ann Arbor Michigan, and the Beta Psi Chapter was installed on May 1, 1955. The purposes of Sigma Alpha Iota are many, including: to form chapters of music students and musicians who shall, by their influ- ence and their musical interest, uphold the highest ideals of a musical education; to raise the standards of productive musical work among the women students of colleges, con- servatories and universities, and to further the development of music in America and promote a stronger bond of musical interest and understanding between foreign countries and America.

Membership is based upon scholarship, musicianship, personality and character. Membership is open to college music students of undergraduate and graduate level in schools where the fraternity has chapters, and to music faculty members.

ANN CROMARTIE

BECKY CROUCH, Corresponding Sec.

ANN DARDEN, Chaplain

CONNIE DUNN

JOAN DUDY

SHELBY GRADY, Treasurer

LAMARR HADLEY

DOROTHY HAYES

CAROLYN HINTON, Second Vice-Pres.

PAT LAYE

ASHLYNN MAULDEN, Recording Sec.

JANE MURRAY, President

BETSY ORR

SHELBY SHEFFIELD

SANDI SMITH, Seargant-at-arms

LORITA UMPHLETT, First Vice-Pres.

KATHERINE WHITE

JAN WURST, Editor






alpha phi omega

Alpha Phi Omega is a National Service Fraternity which now has more chapters than any other similar organization on college campuses. It aids the develop- ment of friendship, and the promotion of service to humanity.

Qualifications for membership are based on records of former activities in Scouting and interest in serving schools, scouting, humanity, and fellow brothers through brotherhood and service. Membership is opened to stu- dents in all departments who are interested in Service.

Alpha Phi Omega is unique among the fraternities in that it sponsors the largest dance of the winter quarter the White Ball.

BROOKS BAINES

JOHN BEACH

BOBBY BRADLEY

BILL BROWN

IKE COLLINS

JAMES COOPER

JERRY CUMMINGS

LINDY EDWARDS

WILLIAM ELEY

EDWARD FARRELL

EARL HART

JOHN HART

CHARLES HOLLIDAY

RUDD JENSON

MIKE KATSAIS

HAL LEEUWENBURG

GENE LUSK

ROBERT NEEDS

PHILLIP OVERTON

BILLY PARKER

DAVID PERRY

RICHARD RENEGAR

BOBBY SASSER






JIMMY WARD President

JOHN BEACH First Vice-President

BROOKS BAINES Second Vice-President

BOBBY SASSER Recording Secretary

ED FARRELL Corresponding Secretary

CHARLES HOLLIDAY Sgt.-at-Arms

PHIL OVERTON Treasurer

IKE COLLINS Chaplain

HAL LEEUWENBURG Social Chairman

DAVID SMITH Historian

MAC SEYMOUR

DAVID SMITH

JOHN M. SMITH

DAN SPAIN

REGINALD SPELL

SEYMOUR TAYLOR

DAVID TYNDALL

MAC WALSTON

JOYCE CURRIN

Homecoming Sponsor

JIMMY WARD

DAVID WILLIS

TOLSON WILLIS

MIKE WOOD

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alpha delta tau

Alpha Delta Tau is an honorary fraternity based on scholastic achievement in Industrial Arts and related fields. Its purpose is to recog- nize accomplishments, promote scholastic pro- ficiency, foster professional advancement and uphold personal and professional honor. The precepts on which the fraternity was founded are: Leadership, Service, and Honor.

JERRY N. BLACK

WADE BODEMHAMMER

ED BAXTER

JOHN KELLY

BOBBY POPE

MIKE RIDDICK

SARA EWELL

Homecoming Sponsor






clubs






industrial arts club

OFFICERS

KENNETH L. STALLS President

THOMAS RICHARDSON Vice-President

RICHARD COX Secretary

JOHN CLAWSON Treasurer

GLENN WEBB Reporter

Jay Cardy and Linwood West know pre- cise measurements are of utmost impor- tance.

Ike Reddick demonstrates the use of a wood lathe.

These plans shold not prove too difficult for officers Tom Richardson, Ken Stalls, Julian Shearin, Glenn Webb, and John Clawson.

Scrapbook Committee consists of Lil Midgett, Betty Hackett, and Karen Brown.

Officers are Camille Wimberly, Berl Vick, Pat Terrell, Bill Batts, and Sylvia Uzzell.

Betty Hackett, Leona Bullard, and Vir- ginia Dowd press prize pennants to be awarded in the county typewriting con- test.

OFFICERS

BILL BATTS President

SYLVIA UZZELL Vice-President

PAT TERRELL Recording Secretary

CAMILLE WIMBERLY Corresponding Secretary

BERL VICK Treasurer

KAREN BROWN Reporter

LIL MIDGETT Historian

f. b. l. a.

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historical society

OFFICERS

SANDRA PORTER President

BOB EDMONDSON Vice-President

LIONEL HARPER Secretary

DELANO WILSON Treasurer

Historical Society members, First rote: Gail Cohoon, Lionel Harper. Scroll,:/ row: Dr. Pasti, Sandra Porter. Third row: Woody Davis, Charles Huffsteller, William Little.

Officers Sandra Porter and Lionel Harper review the minutes of their last meeting.

Advisor of the Historical Society Dr. Pasti.

This year Tony Mallard was elected state Y. D. C. Secretary.

Meeting is in progress.

Y.D.C. members (1st row) Marie Brvan, Tom Strickland, Sandra Porter, Woody Davis, Charlie Dyson, Cloria Hoffler, (2nd row) Roy Martin, Tony Mallard with guest speaker (center) Con- gressman Charles O. Porter.

OFFICERS

WOODROW DAVIS President

TONY MALLARD First Vice President

ROY MARTIN, JR. Second Vice Pres.

MARIE BRAYANT Secretary

THOMAS STRICKLAND Treasurer

SANDRA PORTER Reporter-Historian

young democrats club

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physical education club

OFFICERS:

ROBERT GREENE President

FRED OVERMAN Vice-President

SANDRA BETHUNE Secretary

MARY JANICE EDWARDS Treasurer

PETE FENNINGAN Program Chairman for Men

ELLA TYSON Program Chairman for Women

This handsome trio is composed of Fred Overman, Vice-President; Dr. Pyne, ad- visor; and Bobby Greene, President.

Refreshments were served by Dr. Pyne, Patty Godsey, Til Prince, and jean Holt following the convocation meeting.

Brenda Langdon, Bobby Taylor, Janice Tripp, and Wayne Kuhn enjoyed the music at the social following the departmental meeting.

Arlene High, Becky Morgan, Bar- bara Manning, Loretta Walters, and Grover Smithwick classigy books for their new science library.

Students of zoology, Arlene High, Peggy Mobley, Jim Horton, study specimens in the lab.

OFFICERS:

JIM HORTON President

PEGGY MOBLEY Vice-President

ARLENE HIGH Secretary-Treasurer

science club






english club

OFFICERS:

ANN SANDERS President

MOLLY RIGGS Vice-President

JEAN FLAKE Secretary-Treasurer

Ann Sanders, Jean Flake, and Molly Riggs make notes on business to be dis- cussed at their meeting.

Shakespearean theatre draws the interests of Carol Rutler, Alpha Merritt, and Ronnie Cooper.

A nicely decorated bulletin board adds to the appearance of any classroom agree Ronnie Howard, Vickie Morgan, and Grey Kellihan.

Joyce Hester, Gail Cohoon, Betsy Goodwin, and Kay Priest discuss the values of an unabridged dictionary.

Carlene Scott, Shirley Rozier, Eve- "yn Johnson, and Reeky Rlue enjoy looking at the Library Club's scrap- book.

OFFICERS:

BETTY MAYNOR President

FAYE RENTON Vice-President

MIKKI COX Secretary

JANICE MITCHELL Treasurer

SALLIE CARDEN Program Chairman

BONNIE HOWARD

Social Chairman

Officers of the Libray Club are (1st row) Jan Mitchell, Retry Maynor, Linda Hines. (2nd row) Mrs. Mar- guerite V. Crenshaw, advisor; Mikki Cox, and Faye Renton.

library club






art club

OFFICERS:

ED LANCASTER President

NELSON DUDLEY Vice-President

EMILY NEALE Secretary

KAREN McLAWHORN Treasurer

NANCY LOMAX Sergeant at Arms

Nancy Lomax, Karen McLawhorn, Emily Neale, Ed Lancaster, Dr. Bruce Carter, and Nelson Dudley admire the completed programs which they designed and printed.

Patricia Smith, Barbara Lounsberry, E. T. Rogers, Alice Coriolano, and Pat Haywood discuss one of Gasser's paint- ings.

Frosty Smith's woodprint gets a nod of approval from Rose Marie Gornto, Nancy Graves, Lynn Burgess, and Ann Rankin.

Barbara Moser, Ann Sanders (seated), Clinton Davis, Dennis Williams, and Patsy Elliot review a student teachers' manual in preparation for their future roles as math intsructors.

Allen Gideons and Betty Lane (seated) gave Jack Boyd and Nancy Andrews a rather difficult problem to solve.

Geometrical figures are studied by Rebecca Hill, Bill Thomas, Lona Manning, and Bobbie Jean Price.

OFFICERS:

DENNIS WILLIAMS President

BARBARA MOSER CLINTON DAVIS Co-Vice-Presidents

ANN SANDERS Secretary-Treasurer

JEAN SIMMONS Social Chairman

PATSY ELLIOT Reporter

mathematics club






m. e. n. c.

From the M.E.N.C. bulletin board Ted Buch, Ray Neal, Linda Leery, Jan Wurst, Mover Harris, and Jerry Van Dyke pre- view the coming events.

OFFICERS:

JACK PINDELL President

PAT LAYE Vice-President

DOTTIE FLYNN Secretary

TOMMY SPRY Treasurer

Mim Saunders, Barbara Murray, Jimmy Burns, Brett Watson, Ann Darden, and Emily Vinson enjoy gatherings with their fellow musi- cians in the Music Hall.

Ruth Graber, advisor; Tommy Spry, Dottie Flynn, Jack Pindell, and Pat Laye show their appreciation of the music library through their use.

These smiles belong to Bob Setzer, Dennis Lynch, and Robert Humphreys.

Pictured are Larry Wilson, Al Dunkle John Mathers, Kenneth E. Wilson.

Officers of the Veterans Club are Mathey Davis, Carlton E. Prescott, Ken- neth Hall, Donald Vance, Victor E. Cornacchione.

OFFICERS:

VICTOR CORNACCHIONE President

MATHEY DAVIS First Vice-President

KENNETH HALL Second Vice-President

CARLTON E. PRESCOTT Secretary

DONALD VANCE Treasurer

veterans club






Officers of the Home Economics Club are (1st row) Barbara Mitchell, Sharon Daughtry, Nanette Whitehurst, (2nd row) Frankie Baynor, Betty Marsh- bourne, and Bobbie Kennedy.

Christmas cards are sold by Glenda Workman, Bernice Baker, Jessie Ellis, and Jessie McLawhorn.

home economies club

Jerry Jones and Jackie Harrison display a woven tray from the Belgian Congo.

OFFICERS:

SHABON DAUGHTRY President

FRANCES BAYNOR Vice-President

BOBBIE KENNEDY Secretary

NANETTE WHITEHURST Treasurer

BARBARA MITCHELL East Carolinian Reporter

BETTY MABSHBOURNE Buccaneer Reporter

Edna Phillips, Ann Barnacascel, and Ann Jessup, senior girls, are being in- itiated into the American Home Eco- nomics Association by Mrs. Mabel Hall and Dr. Bessie McNeil, advisor.

Girls of the Home Economics Club demonstrates their talent in the drama- tics field.

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religious groups






campus christian council

Campus Christian Council is an organization composed of repre- sentatives of the different religious groups. Its main project is Reli- gious Emphasis Week.

student assembly

Every Tuesday night in Austin Building, Dr. Cleveland Bradner, Director of Religious Activi- ties, conducts chapel services for the benefit of those students who wish to attend.

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canterbury club

Sponsored by the Episcopal Church, the Canterbury Club offers to the students spiritual guidance and christian fellowship.

baptist student council

Baptist Student Union is a call to all students to an intellectual and emotional commitment to Christ. To supplement the ministry of the local churches, the BSU's weekday program includes Monday night supper forums, worship, and Bible discussion groups.

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free will baptist fellowship

Providing a program of Christian fellow ship and inspiration, the Free Will Baptist students meet weekly for a supper hour served by ladies from the local and sur- rounding churches.

king youth fellowship

Representing the Pentecostal Holiness, Full Gospel, Assembly of God and the Church of God students on campus is the King's Youth Fellowship.

Fellowhsip and goodwill are enjoyed in the participa- tion of religious activities by these interested students.

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lutheran students association

To serve our Lord Jesus Christ by meeting the needs of students abroad, in the Church at large, and on the campus of East Caro- lina College, is the primary pur- pose of the Lutheran Students Association.

mutual impwement association

For the improvement spiri- rually and socially in every >vay through study of the spiritual and social aspects jf life.






newman club

A Nationally Federated Club for Catholic students and all secular col- lege campuses, the Newman Club strives to enrich the religious, in- tellectual, and social life of its members.

wesley foundation

To deepen, enrich and mature the Christian faith of college men and women is the primary of the Wesley Foundation, based on the recognition of the fact that the disciples of study, thinking, prayer and serving are required in the vocation of being a Christian student.

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Westminister fellowship

Spiritual and intellectual growth, fellowship and opportunity for leadership are the objectives of the Westminister Fellowship. It is a student-led, church- related, Christ-centered organization for all Presbyterian students.

disciples student fellowship

Disciples Student Fellowship is composed of East Carolina students who strive to gain spiritual strength through the campus organization. In their mediation and worship, the Christian students benefit from their closeness to God, even while engaging in their college activities.

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ymca

Young Men's Christian Association seeks to lead the young men of East Carolina College to a better understanding of christian faith through service to the campus.

ywca

Any woman student who will support the YWCA and its principles may become a member. The "Y" has long been a symbol of worship, recreation, and good fun for all who wish to participate.

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athletics

Tears, laughter, gay decorations, and hoarse throats - the symbols of school spirit - all inter- mingle with the hard work and achievement of the various athletic teams here on campus.

Each team has suffered the "growing pains" felt in any organizational growth; each has felt the thrill and joy of being "on the winning team." But through it all, win or lose, each has shown the resilience and capability known only to men and women such as these.

Follow us now as we carry you forward, as East Carolina College athletics go forward, into the realm of sports.

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JACK BOONE Football

'59 head coaches

EARL SMITH Basketball

JIM MALLORY Baseball

BILL McDONALD Track

RAY MARTINEZ Swimming and Tennis

HOWARD PORTER Golf






football






pirates bow to presbyterian season opener 18-13

coaches

JACK BOONE, Head Coach

FRANK MADIGAN, Backfield Coach

BILL McDONALD, Line Coach

GEORGE TUCKER, Absent

Coach Jack Boone, one of the few winning coaches in East Carolina History, embarked upon his eighth season with a ball club expected to be his best since his champion- ship team of 1953. However, the tide seemed to be running against the Pirates as they wound up a tough schedule with a 5-6 record.

East Carolina College marched through Presbyterian line almost at will in their season opener only to lose control in the last few minutes of play and bowed to the rugged Blue Hose 18-13, Glenn Bass, James Speight, and Balph Zehring stoodout on offense for the Bucs.

trainers

Line Coach George Tucker goes over strategy in practice.

Left to Right:

BERNARD MILLS

GEORGE BAYNES






bucs trounce albright 45-0

co-captains

ED EMORY

BILL CAIN

East Carolina, headed by the halfback duo of Glenn Bass and Sonny Basinger, produced a bone-crushing offense which outclassed Albright's eleven, 45-0. The entire for- ward wall of the Pirates was outstanding as the Buc offensive attack produced its highest total since 1953.

Halfback James Speight shows power against Al- bright.

WAYNE DAVIS Guard

JOHNNY WIKE Guard

BILL CAIN End

Bass sweeps end for yardage. 175

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pirates blast quakers 27-0

Buc halfback picks up yardage through Catawba line.

East Carolina College used a devastating ground attack- to smother the Catawba Indians on their home field, 34-7, in one of their best games of the season. Elusive halfbacks James Speight and Glenn Bass provided the necessary spark to carry the Pirates to their third victory of the year. Sonny Basinger, speed-merchant from Con- cord, also broke loose for several nice gains.

Quaker back is stopped for a short gain in final quarter of game.

George Turner sweeps end for several yards.

JERRY CARPENTER quarterback

MAC THACKER fullback

RALPH ZEHRING quarterback

SONNY BASINGER halfback






ED EMORY Tackle

LYNN BARNETT Center

all-conference

GLENN BASS Halfback

JAMES SPEIGHT Halfback

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pirates romp over guilfotd 27-0

Bottling up the publicized new offense of the Quakers. East Carolina rolled for a touchdown on the third play of scrimage and then coasted to their second straight victory and first North State triumph of the young season. Offensive standouts were Speight, Zehring, and Bass. Bass scored two touchdowns to make him five for the young season. The entire Pirate line stoodout defensively.

GEORGE TURNER Fullback

GARY PIERCE Tackle

VERNON DAMS Tackle

CLAYTON PILAND Guard

DAVID THOMAS End

HENRY VANSANT Center






bucs crush elon 31-8

East Carolina's aggressive Pirates extended their North State Conference winning streak to three, by walloping Elon's Christians 31-8, before a Homecoming crowd of more than 10,000. Turning in their usual outstanding performance in the line were Ed Emory, Bill Cain and Vernon Davis, along with Lynn Barnett, John YVike and James Gordon. End Dave Thomas and tackle Kwiatkowski were in for special praise on both offense and defense. Offensive standouts were Zehring, Basinger, Bass and Speight.

Glenn Bass has trouble with Elon defenders on this play.

Zehring goes for big gain.

Buc halfback finally goes down.

BERT STAFFOBD Quarterback

BOBBY GREGSON Guard

DEMPSEY WILLIAMS Guard

CHUCK GORDON Center






wcc crushes bucs 34-14

STUART HOLLAND Quarterback

East Carolina suffered their first conference loss at the hands of a fired-up Western Carolina eleven which dropped them into a two-way tie for second plaee in the North State Conference standings. The Bues Failed to score in the second half as the Catamount's were racking up twenty points.

We were friends at halftime ... it was tied

Coach Tucker takes down a few notes as head coach. Jack Boone views the situation.

JOE LOFLIN End

DAVID ROGERS Fullback

CAREY CANADY Guard

JONES LOCKERMAN End






newberry drops bucs 34-7

Plagued by fumbles and interceptions. East Carolina dropped its seeond game of the season after winning four straight. Led by Seastrunk who picked up 298 yards, New- berry smashed through the once tough Pirate line without too much trouble. James Speight scored the lone Buc tally.

Sonny Basinger breaks loose for a nice gain.

WALTER HANDFORD Halfback

Bill Cain gets a battered hand on Newberry back.

C. J. BROWNE End

Two tough Indians stop Buc halfback.

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appalachian scores 28-0 win over bucs

Glenn Bass breaks loose for a 30 yard run against Appalachian.

Any hopes that the East Carolina football team had for gaining the North State Conference crown were washed down the drain by a fired-up Mountaineer eleven. The Pirates ground attack was held in check most of the game by the tough Appalachian line. James Speight, Glenn Bass, and Sonny Basinger showed some running power in the second half but could never cross the goal line.

James Speight has trouble with Mountaineer defender.

Speight again sees little daylight in the strong Appalachian line.






lenoir rhyne nips bucs 22-21

East Carolina came within one point of upsetting the number one ranked small college football team in the nation, Lenoir Rhyne. Tremendous underdogs, the Pirates virtually pushed the Bears all over the mud- soaked field at College Stadium, only to have a victory taken away from them by a hotly disputed decision in the fading seconds. Quarterback Ralph Zehring threw for two touchdowns and Glenn Bass scored on a 57 yard jaunt down the sidelines. Tommy Mathews and Bass were on the receiving end of the touchdown passes. James Speight played his best game of the season as did the entire Pirate team.

Pirate coaches talk the situation over on the sidelines.

Tommy Mathews had a little trouble with this Bear defender

This was typical of the Buc defensive play all night.

STUART HOLLAND Quarterback

TOMMY MATHEWS Halfback

NICK HILGERT Halfback

BILL STRICKLAND Halfback






bucs blast newport news apprentice 74-0

Halfback James Speight touched off an avalanche of East Carolina touchdowns by scoring the first three times as the Pirates smothered Newport News Appren- tice School 74-0. The Bucs, evening their record at 5-5, amassed 647 yards from scrimmage, 429 rusing, and 218 passing. Scoring for the Pirates were Speight (4), Rogers (2), Bumgardner, Basinger, Bass, Seymour, and Stuart Holland.

Coach Boone was all smiles.

The Bucs defensive unit was tough.

HENRY KWIATKOWSKI Tackle

HOWARD BEALE End

MAC SEYMOUR Halfback

GARY PARKER Halfback

CHARLES GORDON Guard






wofford edges pirates 20-13

graduating backs

East Carolina, in its final game of the season, came out on the short end of an offensive struggle with a strong Wofford eleven. The Pirates moved the ball well but had trouble getting past the ten yard line. It looked as il the Bucs were going to run away with the game as Glenn Bass took the opening kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown. James Speight scored the other Pirate touchdown.

Ralph Zehring, James Speight, Jerry Carpenter

gaurding linemen

David Thomas, Ed Emory, Charles Gordon, Lynn Bar- nett, Johny Wike, C. J. Browne, Bill Cain.

team






freshmen coaches

Former East Carolina stars, Lee Atkinson and Gary Mat- tocks, were pleased with the play of the Baby Bucs. Mattocks acted as head coach.

Dan Rouse, quarterback, showed good potential for the Baby Bucs.

East Carolina's freshman team, featuring a tough defensive line, finished the season with a 2-5 record. Their wins were over Frederick College and Chowan College. The Citadel Freshmen and Frederick College defeated the Baby Bucs by one touch- down. The Baby Bucs other loss was at the hands of a very strong Fork Union team.

baby bucs

First row: Ed Hargrove, Murray Strawbridge ,Vic Garrison, Wayne Woolard, Murray McDiarmid, Claude Parrish, Walter Davis. Second row: Head Coach Gary Mattocks, John Tatum, Bill Torrence, James Stephens, John Matthews, Bob Pea- cock, Charles Roberts, Assistant Coach Lee Atkinson.

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basketball






coaches

Under the direction of new coach, Earl Smith, East Carolina's Basketball team had at mid-season matured into one of the top teams in the North State Conference. With many regulars missing from the 1959-60 team. Coach has had to relv on freshmen and sophomores to round out his top five. Ike Riddick, captain and playmaker, is the leading Pirate scorer. Cotton Clayton, a freshman, is the second leading scorer and leading rebounder. Don Smith is third in the scoring department and second leading rebounder. Lacy West, Benny Bowes, Dave Starrett, Charlie Lewis, and Sonny Baker have been very instrumental in the success of the Pirates this season. Sopho- more Benny Bowes lias found himself in the past few games and is probably the most improved player on the team.

COLEMAN NORRIS

BOBBY RAINEY

Managers

Left to right: Assistant Coach Wendell Carr and Head Coach Earl Smith.

Front row. left to right: Don Smith, Jim Hall, Dave Starrett, Benny Bowes, Lacy West. Second row: Coach Earl Smith, Captain Ike Riddick, Charlie Lewis, Cotton Clayton, Sonny Baker, Harold Simpson, Assistant Coach Wendell Carr.

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IKE RIDDICK Captain

DON SMITH Forward

COTTON CLAYTON Guard

Cotton Clayton demonstrates jumping ability rich made him one of the most talked about freshman in the conference.

Benny Bowes is always on the ball!

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LACY WEST Forward

CHARLIE LEWIS Guard

Senior Ike Riddick makes the hard ones look easy.

BENNY BOWES Center

Clayton and Starrett double-team Lenior Rhyne player.






SONNY BAKER Guard

DAVE STARRETT Center

FRED FOWLER Center

Starrett gets blocked out on this one.

Benny gets good position just in ease Baker misses.

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NOLAN RESPESS Guard

HAROLD SIMPSON Guard

JIM HALL Center

Sonny Baker lays one in from the left side

Don Smith was always hustling

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Don Smith had a little trouble here.

Coach Smith talks it up from the bench.

Clayton goes way up for a two-pointer.

Lacy West, freshman, is a starter for the Pirate quint.

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Sophomore Benny Bowes won the starting center porition by mid-season.

Dave Starrett gets his fingers tied up on this play.

Coach Smith developed his young and inexperienced team into one of the best teams in the conference.

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The referee did not like Dave Starrett's tactics on this play.

Everyone was ready in ease it did not drop.

Buc player sneaks up for two points.

It was a slippery ball...

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freshmen team

First row, left to right: Bill Torrence, Nolan Respess, Fred Fowler, Malcolm Boyette, Buddy Wyatt. Second row: Jim Farnes, Dwight Fraser, Jimmy Harris, Sherwood Adcock.

manager

JIMMY LONG

"Hey Boys, I think we're getting our picture taken."

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spring sports






baseball

JIM MALLORY Head Coach

BOBBY RAINEY Manager

East Carolina's baseball team won the North State Conference champion- ship posting a 14-0 record. With excellent pitching furnished by Larry Crayton, Ben Baker, and Johnny Allen and "with several men hitting oxer the .300 mark, the Pirates won the title without too much trouble. Coach Jim Mallory had two men at almost every position action ready. Named to the All-Conference squad were Ben Baker, Lain' Crayton, Gary Pierce, Al Vaughn, and Glenn Bass. Crayton and Vaughn were also named to the All-State team.

First row, left to right: Al Vaughn, Burl Morris, Larry Crayton, Johnny Allen, Jerry Carpenter, Spencer Gaylord, Charles Johnson. Second row: Warren, Ben Baker, Glenn Bass, Jim Martin, Bob Hart, Claude Harriss, Eddie Morris. Third row: Manager Bobby Rainey, Coach Jim Mallory, Wally Cockerell, Gary Fierce, Mitchell Moon, Jerry Warren, Doug Watts, Hubert Castelow.

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co-captains

batting averages

AB. H. Ave.

Pierce 61 27 .443

Castelow 29 10 .345

Cockrell 65 20 .308

Bass 67 20 .297

Carpenter 64 19 .297

Watts 39 11 .287

Vaughn 67 19 .283

Martin 73 20 .274

Morris 10 3 .300

Gilden 8 2 .250

Johnson 24 5 .208

Altman 18 3 .167

Hart 49 8 .163

Doug Watts and Al Vaughn

Left to right: Burl Morris Jerry Carpenter, Charles Johnson, Bob Hart, Gary Pierce, Glenn Bass.

Doug Watts, Al Vaughn, Wally Cockerell, Jim Martin, Hubert Castelow.

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pitching records

Won Lost

Crayton 7 1

Baker 5 0

Ellen 4 2

Pitching Staff: Left to right: Mitchell Moon, Johnny Allen, Ben Baker, Jerry Warren, Larry Crayton, Eddie Morris.

LARRY CRAYTON

BEN BAKER

JOHNNY ELLEN

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OUTFIELDERS: GARY PIERCE, WALLY COCKRELL, JERRY CARPENTER.

HUBERT CASTELOW Shortstop

GLENN BASS Shortstop

Doug Watts gets set to belt one?

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AL VAUGHN Second Baseman

SPENCER GAYLORD Second Baseman

JIM MARTIN First Baseman

Gary Pierce takes his "cuts" in practice.

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Jerry Carpenter beats one out against At- lantic Christian College.

BOB HABT Third Baseman

Coach Mallory says, "Now look here, Ump."

WARREN Third Baseman

CLAUDE HARRIS First Baseman

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CATCHERS: DOUG WATTS, CHARLES JOHNSON, BURL MORRIS.

Coach Jim Mallory checks his lineup.

Glenn Bass comes in to third standing up.

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track

BILL McDONALD Head Coach

East Carolina's track team had several out- standing performers but was faced with the problem of lack of depth. Competing with many of the top track teams in the South, the Buc Cindermen were impressive but lack of depth usually prevented them from copping first place. The Cindermen placed second in the North

State Conference meet. East Carolina racked up 61 1/2 to Catawba's 72 1/2. Leading the Pirates in scoring were Jessell Curry, Bandell Holmes, James Speight, Foster Morse, Frank Freeman, and Ken Edwards. Tri-Captains were Joe Hol- mes, Jessell Curry, and Foster Morse.

Front row, left to right: F. O. Nunn, Joe Holmes, Bob Ruck, Bill Hopper. Cedric Johnson, Jessel Curry, Sylvester Welch. Pete Finnigan. Second row: Assistant Coaeh Charlie Bishop, Bob Green, Dennis O'Brien, Frank Freeman, Lee Atkin- son, Ken Edwards, Gerald Nethereutt, Head Coach Bill McDonald.

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JESSEL CURRY Dash, Javelin, Broad Jump

RANDELL HOLMES Discuss, Shot

JAMES SPEIGHT Broad Jump, 100

FOSTER MORSE Distance

F. O. NUNN Pole Vault, High Jump

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LEE ATKINSON 220, 440

SYLVESTER WELCH Javelin

CEDRIC JOHNSON 220

DENNIS O'BRIEN Pole Vault

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FRANK FREEMAN Distance

KEN EDWARDS 440

PETE FINNIGAN Distance

BILL HOPPER Distance

RONNIE KNOUSE Discuss

BOB GREEN Distance

BOB RUCK 440

GERALD NETHERCUTT 440






tennis

RAY MARTINEZ Head Coach

UNDEFEATED CONFERENCE CHAMPS . . . the Pirate netters once again came through in fine form by winning all their conference matches. Billy Hollowell went unde- feated to make it a clean sheet for his three years of com- petition. The only Pirate losses were to highly regarded schools such as N. C. State.

Although losing such boys as Hollowell, Brown, and Daughtridge, the East Carolina netters will again be strong this year. State high school singles champ, Blaney Tanner, is expected to bolster the team considerably. Beturning to spark the team again this year will be last year's No. 1 man, John West.

JOHN WEST

BILLY HOLLOWELL

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John Savage, No. 3 man, demonstrates fine forehand.

MAURICE EVERETT Assistant Coach

Hollowell works hard.

Jim Daughtridge practices seriously.

Assistant coach Everett demonstrates stroke.






John West, runner-up in Northstate sin- gles championship swings at ball.

Joe Holloway prepares to serve.

Billy Hollowell, undefeated in three years of competition practices for pending match.

Hollowell and West discuss the situation.

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West and hollowell team up to play doubles.

JOE HOLLOWAY

JAMES DAUGHTRIDGE






swimming

TOM CARROL Free style and butterfly

1959-1960's edition of the East Carolina varsity swimming team consisted of seven returning lettermen and a crop of fine freshmen who showed tremendous power in early season meets. The Pirates came within one point of upsetting the nationally ranked University of North Carolina Mermen. Although losing Bob Sawyer and Ken Midyette, NAIA record holders, the Pirates showed more depth and balance this year.

Returning lettermen Tom Carrol, Jeff Faucette, Jack McCann, Jim Meads, Jake Smith, Bob Connolly, Tom Tucker, and Glenn Dyer along with freshmen Jack Mathers, Butch Edwards, and Ed Zachau are expected to spark the young mermen. Coach Ray Martinez, with more depth and experience on this year's team, has his eyes set on another NAIA championship- an honor he has captured in his past three coaching seasons.

JAKE SMITH Freestyle and individual medley

JIM MEADS Freestyle and individual medley

JEFF FAUCETTE Backstroke






JACK McCANN

BOB KINGREY

TOMMY TUCKER

GLENN DYER

BOB CONNOLY






WOODY SHEPARD

DAVE ROCK

ED ZACHAU

BUTCH EDWARDS

First row, left to right: Reggy Edserton, Manager; Jeff Faucette Bob Connoly, Ed Zaehau, Tommy Carrol], Tommy Tucker. Second row, left to right: Ray Martinez, Coach; Jack Mathers, Dave Rock, Jim Meads, Butch Edwards, Jack McCann, Bob Sawyer, Assistant Coach.

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GOLF

DON CONLEY

Coach Howard Porter's Golf team came through with ar excellent record this year. Led by Don Conley and Paul Good win, the Bucs tied for the North State Conference Championship Their only loss was at the hands of Lenoir Rhyne whom they de- feated in a rematch. Next year's team promises to be strong also with several returning lettermen who gained valuable experiences this season.

PAUL GOODWIN

Left to right, Don Conley, Paul Goodwin, Michael Romanin, and Walker Al- len.

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Conley and Goodwin take practice swings from the tee.

MICHAEL ROMANIN

WALKER ALLEN

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intramurals






intramural council

intramural football champions

Dr. Jorgensen, Athletic Director; John West, President; Wally Cockrell, Student Intramural Director; Raybon Jenkins, Secre- tary; Jim Martin, Vice President.

First row, left to right: Wolfman, Warren Gaines, Bob Menefee, Hugh Basemore, Craig Reed, Closetman Crayton. Second row: Butch Smith, Doug Morgan, Doug Gray, Throck Mor- ton, Jack McCann, Joe Holloway, Bob Church.

sigmi nu

Intramural Football season was again successful with Sigma Nu winning the championship. The Sigma Nu broth- ers displayed a lot of team spirit and Finished the season with a record of ten wins and no defeats. This marked the first time that independent teams were not prominent in intramural football.

Derry Walker, extreme left, takes a comfortable defensive position as opposing team starts a play.

"Spunky" Teachey gets set to toss one.

Gary Pierce tries his hand at basketball.

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Lambda Chi and Pi Kappa Alpha mix it up.

A "Shirt" player gives "Skin" players a lesson on rebounding.

day students Softball champions

First row, left to right: Hilton Woolard, Walt Swine. Ike Riddick, Jessell Curry. Second row, left to right: Charlie Bishop, Richard Enrico, Jerry Shackleford, Clint Legette, Bill Boyd.

Lee Atkinson finds the swinging is mighty free.

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student life

As on any Campus, the activities of students it East Carolina College are numerous and va- ried. It is worthwhile, since these activities are noteworthy, fun, and interesting, that student life be recorded and presented in the 1960 BUCCANEER.

Join us now as we travel down memory lane and recall the laughter, tears and glory of the year passed.
















1960 buccaneer queen

vickie mayberry

Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl

For the first time in East Carolina's history, the student body elected a Buccaneer Queen. Some twenty candidates, nominated by social fraternities, sororities, and honorary professional fraternities were in the run- ning for this signal honor. The name of the lovely miss who was elected Buccaneer Queen was one of the most closely guarded secrets in history.
















1959 summer school queen

Miss Summer School, queen of the fun season, is elected by the student body from a line-up of campus belles nomi- nated by campus organizations. She is crowned at the last dance of the second summer school session.

sylvia capps

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homecoming queen

MISS DOTTIE McEWEN, popu- lar miss about campus, won the title of Homecoming Queen over a vast array of campus beauties. Nominated by various campus or- ganizations and elected by the stu- dents, the Homecoming Queen is crowned during half-time of the homecoming game.

dottie mcewen
















military queen

Members of the AFROTC elect their queen every year from a bevy of beauties, each nominated by an AFROTC cadet. The Military Queen is crowned during, and reigns over, the annual Military Ball.

jane carter

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azalea princess

Sent to the annual Azalea Festival in Wilmington, North Carolina, the Aza- lea Princess is selected by the SGA to represent East Carolina College and the student body.

nancy harris

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miss greenville

Lovely Alice Ann Home, East Caro- lina College student, competed with many other entrants to capture the "Miss Greenville" title. Selection of Miss Greenville is based on beauty, poise, and talent. Miss Greenville is sent to the state finals, representing the ctiy of Greenville, to compete in the Miss North Carolina contest.

alice ann horne

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betsy martin

dorm homecoming sponsors

patsy alexander

carol mccullen

ella grey sullivan

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betty beales

ursula austin

judy bledsoe

jackie byrd

bonnie russ

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marshals

Marshals are representatives of tire college at public functions, especially at commencement, and the success of such occasions can be definitely affected by the way in which the marshals serve.

The marshals, selected by vote of the entire student body, choose their chief marshal serves for one year in this esteemed and honorary campus position.

norma harrelson

chief

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jerri mills

sue lassiter

marie bryant

jackie crutchfield

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jimi mcdaniel

jean capps

janet harris

madelyn coleman

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pat cameron

nancy brown

judy bledsoe

faye r. sellars

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rose lindsey

jackie byrd

becky crouch

patsy maynard

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who's who






Naturally since her major is English, Sadie Marie Barber's favorite hobby is reading. Sadie enjoys swimming and watching football and basketball, plus working with various campus organizations. During her stay at E.C.C., this Clinton, N.C. native has proved how much she enjoys working with campus organizations by her participation in Delta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi National Sorority; the English Club; the S.G.A.; Women's Judiciary of which she was Chiarman; the Y.W.C.A.; and the N.E.A. In 1958, Sadie received the Buccaneer Service Award. In the future Sadie plans to teach English.

Roy Wade Bodenheimer, who hails from High Point, N. C, leaves E.C.C. to teach his favorite subject, Industrial Arts. During his stay at E.C. Wade found time to be a member of the Kappa Alpha Order, Alpha Delta Tau Honorary Fraternity, the In- dustrial Arts Club, and Sigma Rho Phi Fraternity. This year, Wade was awarded the Industrial Arts Service Award. Wade enjoys swimming, water skiing, hunting, and listening to the radio.

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Hat's off to Clinton Oliver Davis. Clinton, a math th Carolina, has been a busy as President of the Robert H. it N.E.A. and state Vice- Besides teaching math in his master's degree, Clinton kSaseball, tennis, swimming,

Anyone who saw Jo Ann Bryan running back and forth over the campus could be sure she was busy with her duties for one of the many organizations of which she was a member; such as the S.G.A. of which she was Secretary. Jo Ann says she plans to teach English and enjoy her favorite hobbies which are cooking, swimming, and playing the piano.






Past President of the Home Economics Club, Sharon Louise Daughtry is a Home Economics ajor from Smithfield, North Carolina. Sharon ts also served as past President of the State ome Economics College Club Division of N.C.E.A., and as Delegate to the American Home Economics Association Meeting in Philadelphia 1958. For her career Sharon has chosen to teach vocation home economics in a high school. She enjoys all spectator sports, plus sewing and ading, her favorite hobbies.

Student Government Association, Lambda Chi Alpha, Inter-Fraternity Council are but a few of the organizations Charles "Bulldog" Dyson has actively participated in since coming to East Carolina. He has served in numerous capacities, doing a splendid job filling each position. One of the awards received by "Bulldog" was the S.G.A. Award for outstanding work. A psychology major from Rockingham, N. C, "Bulldog" has played football and Softball. Favorite hobbies in- clude walking and listening to good music. Still somewhat uncertain about the immediate future, "Bulldog" says he'll probably do graduate work or teach.

It's art, English, a high school teaching job, and maybe a little traveling for Sarah Elizabeth Ewell, who hails us from Greenville, North Carolina. It looks as though Sarah will be plenty busy in the future, but Sarah's al- ways busy. In her four years at East Carolina, she has been a member of the S.G.A., die Art Club, Chi Omega National Sorority, and she was also the Chairman of The Key for 1959-60. In her leisure time Sarah enjoys reading.

Math and science are the main interests of James W. Laughinghouse, but his interests don't stop there. Coming to East Carolina from Colum- ia, North Carolina, James has been President and ecretary of Phi Sigma Pi and Treasurer of Chi eta Phi. This year, he was awarded the Phi igma Pi Service Key. As for his plans for the rture, James is going to continue his studies by oing graduate work.

Jacquline Frances Byrd has already started on her career, teaching primary grades in Golds- boro. "Jackie," who is a native from Wind- sor, was an active student while here at East Carolina. She participated in the Band, Y.D.C., A.C.E., and in Chi Omega Social Sorority, which thus led to her Presidency of the Inter-Sorority Council. Jackie was also selected Homecoming Sweetheart for different clubs or organizations at various times. In the future Jackie plans to do as much traveling as possible.






William Gilbert Wilson, better known as "Gil", business administration major, came from Oxford, North Carolina. Even though he is interested in football, baseball, and tennis, Gil's main hobby is music. After graduation Gil plans to find a job and work on a degree in law.

With business as his major field of study and social studies as his minor, Demsey Brown Mizelle, from Washington, North Carolina, plans to go into account- ing when he graduates. This past President of Pi Omega Pi has also served in many other capacities and proved himself most capable. Dempsey's hobby is water skiing.

Prominent in S.G.A. work for the past three years has been James (Jimmy) Wadsworth Owens, business education major from Beaufort, N. C. Jimmy's talents have also been used elsewhere; in Kappa Alpha, Sigma Bho Phi, and on the Dean's Advisory Council. He has also figured prominently in the activities of the Canterbury Club. Jimmy says his favorite hobby is magic.

It's New York and a position on a magazine staff for Mary Kathryn Johnson. A Greenville, N. C. native she majored in grammar education. Quite a deviation from her major field, Kathryn has proved herself capable of Idoing fine work by her good work of the East Carolinian, where she has edited the school paper. Kathryn has lalso found time to work with the S.G.A. , Sigma Pi Alpha, 'Student NEA, the Publications Board, and the Methodist Student Movement. In conjunction with her editorial position, Kathryn was awarded the Oversea's Press Club Editorial Award. Of course, Kathryn's favorite hobby would be writing, but she also enjoys horseback riding and swimming.

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Known as "Bobbie" to all her friends, Bobbie Marion Kennedy is planning to be a home economist. Her pos- sibilities are Rood as shown by her good work with the S.G.A. Bobbie served as Vice-President of the S.G.A. the first summer session of '59 and President the second summer session. She is also a member of the Home Economics Club, hailing from Louisburg, N. C. Her favorite pastimes include; cooking, playing the piano, attending parties, and being a spectator to all sports.

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On November 8th, 1959, Jack Mann Pindell presented nis senior honor recital which gave everyone a chance to enjoy and appreciate the talents of this Baleigh, N. C. native. In conjunction with his major in music, Jack has served as President of the marching an.d concert band, and President of M.E.N.C., and as a member of many other organizations connected with the music world. Teaching rates high in Jack's future plans, while his favorite interests are swimming and tennis.

Better known as "Tony," Wayne A. Mallard, Jr.'s main interests, besides his major, business administration, are politics, parties, football, and basketball. This year, Tony was elected State Secretary of the Young Demo- crats Club. He has also served as Vice-President of YDC here on campus. Too, Tony has been active in many other campus organizations. He has chosen as his life's work to deal with management and personnel relations.

It was Bethseda, Md.'s loss and E.C.'s gain when Jane Hampton Gidden came to our campus to major in primary education. E.C.C. has profited from Jane's talents by choosing her as college marshal. Jane has also made her presence known by the time and effort spent working with other campus organizations. She wants to teach when she graduates. Jane enjoys watching football and basketball games, traveling, and sports in general.






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Thomas Haines Ragland is a social studies major from Plymouth, N. C. Tommy has become well known as "The Pirate" Cheerleader, as President of his freshman and senior classes, as well as an outstanding member of the S.G.A. He has received the S.G.A. Service Award three years in succes- sion. Tommy has also been Vice-President of I.F.C. and an active member of Sigma Nu Fraternity. In the future Tommy plans to teach social studies in Gastonia, North Carolina.

"Betsy" is the nickname for Blanche Elizabeth Redding, gram- mar education major from Asheboro, N. C. While at E.C. Betsy became associated with numerous activities; Tau Sigma Fraternity, the Y.W.C.A., A.C.E.. Y.D.C., and Alpha Delta Pf Sorority. Betsy has also worked with the C.U.S.B., S.G.A., and the BUCCANEER. In the future, Betsy plans to teach school and enjoy her favorite hobbies which are swimming, drawing, and sewing.

From Raleigh, North Carolina, Marsha Suzanne Evans came to E.C.C. to major in primary education. Marsha also found herself called upon to serve as President of Kappa Delta Pi and in many other capacities, such as college marshal. You should see Marsha's eyes light up when she talks about those third grade children she plans to teach! Sandwiched in between all other activities, Marsha enjoys' dancing, reading, swimming, and table tennis.

A familiar face in the music department is that of Cerald Anderson Powell from Reidsville. N. C. Jerry has served as the President of Phi Mu Alpha and on various other committees for the fraternity; also as a member of the Music Education Club, and the Music Educators Na- tional Conference. Jerry's hobbies are reading and collecting recordings. After graduation Jerry plans to work on his master's degree at the University of Michigan.






Sybil Claire Swindell is a social studies major from Swan Quarter, North Carolina. Sybil has received the S.G.A. Service Award. Sybil's activities while at E.C.C. would fill a book. A few of these are: Constitution Chairman of Kappa Welta Kappa, a member of Tau Sigma Educa- tional Fraternity, President of Tarvis Dormitory, Secretary of E.C.C. Historical Society, Homecoming Chairman of Y.W.C.A., and Constitution Chairman of S.N.E.A. Sybil's favorite pastimes are spent reading, traveling, and specta- ting sports. After graduation she plans to teach.

A well known person on campus is Dallas Saunders Wells, a business major from Williamston, North Carolina. Dallas is best known as the President of the S.G.A. , but he was also one of the nine outstanding business students for 1959-1960. The Y.D.C., the Veterans Club, and the Y.M.C.A. are some of the other campus organizations of which he has been a member. After graduation Dallas plans to work on his master's degree.

Coming from Blades, Delaware is education major James Edward Trice. After graduation Jim plans to teach and travel, which is his hobby. Jim was elected Most Outstanding Brother in Theta Chi Fraternity, and he has acted as Pledge marshal of this fraternity. As Chairman of the Elections Committee and a member of the Budget Committee, Jim has served East Carolina well.

This year's Homecoming Queen, Dorothy "Dottic" Susan McEwen, is a Home Economics major from Wil- mington, N. C. Dottie, and her winning smile have been a familiar sight on campus as she hopped around from activity to activity. Besides being Homecoming Queen, Dottie was also Chief Cheerleader, a member of the Home Economies Club, and in Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. Dottie has also served as a never tiring worker in the Y.W.C.A. and as a member of the Westminister Fellow- ship.






who's

"A" is for athlete which is personified in Robert "Bob" Riley Sawyer, a Greensboro native, majoring in physical education and business administration. Bob's sports careei at E.C.C. has been star-studded with awards and honors. Awarded the Chistenbury Trophy and the Athletic Award, Bob has served as Co-captain of the swimming team for three con- secutive years. Bob wants to coach and teach high school in the near future, while indulging in fishing and photography, his favorite hobbies.

Some utility company will be very fortunate to have Nancy Sue Keith as their home economist. Fuquay Springs, N. C. is Nancy's home. She has done a great deal in her major field, home economics. Nancy has spent four years with the Home Economics Club, has worked with the Y.D.C., the S.G.A., and is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. Nancy's favorite hobbies are sewing, reading, music, and politics. She also enjoys playing tennis and swimming, and watch- ing all spectator sports.

Tom Sterling Hopkins, from YVashignton, North Caro- lina, is a biology major, who has shown strong interest in the science field. Tom showed leadership in his parti- cipation by serving as Vice-President of Pi Sigma Pi, President of Chi Beta Phi, also president of Collegiate Academy, and as a member of the North Carolina Academy of Science.

Hailing from Elm City, North Carolina, Mary Hays Pleasants, primary education major, has been a busy girl since coming to E.C.C. in '56. Mary Hays has been a member of Kappa Delta Sorority, A.C.E., Y.D.C., S.G.A., and Women's Judiciary, and she served as the President of Garrett Hall. Mary Hays' favorite hobbies are music and reading, but she also enjoys watching basketball and football. Her future plans include teaching the first grade.

Known as "Trish" to all her friends, Patricia Louise Stuart, is a primary education major, from Bayside, Long Island, New York. Pat is a transfer from Greenbrier College, but in her two years at East Carolina she has been very active. Trish has been a member of the Women's Judiciary, the Inter-Sorority Council, President of Garrett Dormitory, and Chairman of the Entertain- ment Committee during summer school. She has also been elected the Outstanding Pledge in Kappa Delta, and served as Vice- President and Pledge Mistress of that sorority. Bridge, swim- ming, and golf are Trish's hobbies. In the future Trish plans to teach school.






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A versatile man is Thomas Deny Walker, an English major from Raeford, North Carolina. Derry has heen active in Pi Kappa Fraternity, WWWS, the S.G.A. and the East Carolinian. He has served as Vice-President of WWWS, Sergeant-at-Arms of Pi Kappa Alpha and as Managing Editor of the East Carolinian. Derry 's hobbies are music and drawing, and he likes football and swimming.

From the very first, Euclid D. Armstrong, Jr., or "Uke," made his presence known on the BUCCANEER Staff. After three years of constant service, this New Bern native, majoring in business, was named Editor of the BUCCAN- EER. A man of many interests, Uke participated in various organizations on campus, such as: Delta Sigma Pi, F.B.L.A., and campus raido. Uke plans to be an accountant when he leaves E.C.C.

She likes to dance, paint, read, swim, and play table tennis. English major from Burlington, N. C, Betty Lea McCauley plans to teach English and direct high school choral groups. Betty has shown what excellent work she can do by her work as Co-Chairman of the Homecoming Committee for the S.G.A., and other organizations on campus.

Honor after honor has been heaped upon James Elton Speight, a Greenville native, majoring in mathematics, since he came to E.C.C. He has received the Outstand- ing Trophy Award in football, an Outstanding Achieve- ment Award in A.F.O.T.C., and the Player of the Week Trophy on two occasions this year in football. James has also found time to participate in the Men's Judiciary, the Advanced R.O.T.C. Club, The Varsity Club, and Kappa Sigma Nu Fraternity. A football, halfback and fullback, James has also starred in track and broad jump activities. James plans for the future are centered around commission in the United States Air Force.

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Tryon, North Carolina is the place Rober-j Williams calls home. "Dan" is a social studies . an English minor. He plans to work with a, company after graduation. While at E.C. active in the Y.D.C.; the Veteran's Club; spensable part of the Rebel staff, serving as 1959-60 booklet. When Dan is not busy pus organization, he enjoys writing and i

"Dotty" is the nickname of Dorothy Worthington Walker, a primary education major from Albermarle, N. C. Dottie has been an outstanding student, as shown through her active interest and work with the Y.W.C.A., College Choir, A.C.E., College Union Board, Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, and the Canterberry Club. Each of the organizations gave her respon- sibilities of offices knowing the position would be well filled. Because of her fine work Dottie was rewarded with honors as; Chief Marshal, member of the '59 May Court, a freshman counselor, and Homecoming sponsor in '56. Dottie's sport's interests include; basketball and football; while her hobbies are singing and record collecting. She plans to do graduate work or teach.

A geography major from Washington, Dan Mitehel Spain is probably best known fc the BUCCANNEER as Sports Editor and has also worked with the S.C.A., and ha: Gamma Theta Upsilon. Dan plans to doing graduate work. As far as hobbies enjoys hunting and fishing.

Loretta Marsh Walters, a biology major and a science minor, from Monroe, North Carolina plans to teach or to work on a master's degree after graduation. Her hobbies include collect- ing plants, keeping scrapbooks, and writing. Loretta has served as "Reporter for teh Science Club; as a member of the field trip planning committee; and as Chairman of the science department library commission. She also served as Vice-President of Chi beta Phi, an honorary science fraternity. Loretta was also a very active member of the Baptist Student Union, in which she held several offices.

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spring 1959

Because of certain deadlines that the BUCCANEER has to meet, the spring activities of 1959 appear in this, the 1960 book.

WITH SPRING CAME- THE BUCCANEER, CONCERTS . .

Parking space is still a problem, especially around Wright Circle.

Betty Fleming delivers a '59 BUCCANEER to an eager student.

East Carolina's marching band takes to the outdoors for its first '59 Spring Concert.

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James Speight and Mary Lou Dickens enjoy the comforts of Garrett Hall and spring weather.

Why, Homer! How you've changed! (Judy Gay and Marie Bryant's version of Homer and Jethro.)

DREAMS, FUN, DUNKINGS

"One, two, three, and away he goes! "(George Slaughter enjoys (?) the last "legal" dunking in Wright Pool by KA.)

"If dreams came true . . ." (Connie Holl- man, in the soda shop, dreams of that long awaited day- graduation.)






"But, Lord lielp the sister who comes between me and my man." (Phi Kappa Epsilon pledges issue an entertaining warning at the Delta Chi Delta all-sing.)

East Carolina College was thrust into limelight when Austin Building was threatened during the Bomb Scare Epidemic in April.

Shirley Speight takes her entertain- ment outdoors for a spring concert.

"Are you kidding?" (No, seri- ously, Sidney Starr displays the amount per capita con- sumption at the Azelea Festi- val in Wilmington, North Carolina.)

. . . BOMB SCARES, FESTIVALS, AND MORE FUN

"Poison Ivy! You can look, but you'd better not touch!"

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"Ah, sleep, wherefore art thou?" says Ralph Becton as he heads for the shower with the help of some of his bud- dies.

"Hang Down Yoo Haid Tom Dooley"

Henry Vansant past last respect to ???

BANQUETS, RELAXATION, LYNCHINGS

Ann Drennan, Kelvin Wood and Hazel Collier agree that every- body's doing it.

"Beat" generation? Jim Kirkland and Curtis Howell relax to lyrics of George Hamilton IV.

Adolphus Spain, former editor of BUCCANEER, and Dr. J. D. Messick listen attentively as Dr. J. W. Butler render remarks at the '59 BUCCANEER Ban- quet.

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The gang's all here for the College Union Spring Carnival.

recognize any of these characters who attended the Spring Carnival?

Madame Rue says "You need a bot- tle of love potion #9."

. . . THE ANNUAL SPRING CARNIVAL

Everybody-and we mean everybody-attended the Spring Carnival!

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Must stick the TARGET, not the set. Choose your pet and let him have it!

"Look, Ma, I did it!"

Phi Kappa Epsilon and gypsies in their booth at the Spring Carnival.

WITH ALL ITS GAIETY

Another Picasso in the making?

"The party's over, mother, but I won't be home till later!"

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spring '59

Jr.-Sr. '59 was a gala event.

... THEN THE JR.-SR. AND

DUKE AMBASSADOR'S furnished the music for the '59 Jr.-Sr.

East Carolina College concert band gives their first spring concert.






Pi Kappa Al Phas "Concert by the River."

When Pi Kappa Alpha relaxes, they really relax!

Stuart Holland, Earle Sweete, Tommy Mathews, and David Thomas seem to be enjoying the annual Football Spring Banquet, held this past year in the new south cafeteria.

PARTIES AND MORES PARTIES- AND . . .

It's a big day when the BUCCANEER arrives on campus.






may day

mary lou dickens

judy jolly

merle council

Elected by the Student Body, the lovely miss, who is chosen May Queen, rules, her domain with the poise, charm, and dignity by all reigning monarchs.

may queen ELIZABETH ANN HAUSER

judy hearne

rose lindsay

rose rich

dotty walker

patricia allman

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peggy sue keply

dotty mcewen

jackie byrd

sue lassiter

Naturally, every girl who is nominated cannot be chosen as May Queen. Therefore, the remaining girls will serve her majesty as ladies-in-waiting. The runner-up is desig- nated as the Maid of Honor.

trainbearers

maid of honor alice ann horne

may court 1959

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Highlight of the '59 graduation ex- ercises was a speech by Senator Sam Erwin.

Dr. J. D. Messick, college Presi- dent, gives advice to graduates.

graduation '59

Graduates listen once more to the college choir.

Graduates of '59 stand for Invocation.






spring '59

Coy Harris, former senior class president, and Mattie Jane Bullock, Grammar Education major, accept their diplomas from Dr. Messick and Dean Jenkins.

The big moment finally arrives as the graduates make their way to the speakers' platform.

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summer '59...

Summer school, not a part of the regu- lar school year, is included in the BUC- CANEER mainly because of the large number of people who attend the sum- mer sessions and the variety of events which take place. Since the' BUCCAN- EER is issued in May, the summer of '59, rather than '60, is covered in the 1960 BUCCANEER.

. . . LATER CAME SUMMER FUN.

Atlantic Beach seems to lure many ECC students during the summer, especially Dottie McEwen.

Summer schoool campus ra- dio crew found driving condi- tions rather crowded.

Dave Brubeck, a summer head- liner, pauses for a word from his manager.

Frank Freeman collects laundry from Bob Daniels and Ed Ferrell.






Jimmy Wall served as SGA President for the Summer School.

SGA Executive Staff for summer school was JoAnn Bryan, Secretary, Bobby Patterson, Treasurer, Jimmy Wall, Presi- dent, Bobbie Kennedy, Vice-President, Dr. James H. Tucker, Advisor.

SGA Assistants were Patsy i Moore, Vera Cannon, Peggy i Lane, Elbert Pritchard, Nancy Harris, Gail Cahoon, "Trish" Stewart.

SGA Members and their dates enjoy a scrump- tuous meal at the annual SGA Banquet.

SGA SUMMER OFFICERS WERE ELECTED . . .

Miss Bobbie Kennedy acted as SGA President for the second term summer school.

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Students enjoy a refreshing lift at the Col- lege Union Watermelon feast.

. . . THE COLLEGE UNION BEGAN ANOTHER ROUND OF PARTIES

Marilyn and Carolyn Carr take advan- tage of another cooling method provided by the College Union.

Wilma Hall and Devone West serve ice cream to a student at the College Union Bingo Party.

The College Union was the scene of many such summer dances.

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East Carolinian summer staff was Bryan Harri- son, Jimmy Kirkland, Alice Coriolano, Larry Bizzaid, Jean Ann Waters, Editor, Marcelle Vogel, Nam Young Park, Gwen Johnson, Busi- ness Manager, and Sherald Ward.

Jean Ann Waters, Edi- tor; and Gwen Johnson Business Manager, check over the files.

AND VISITORS . . . AND THE EAST CAROLINIAN.

Part of the Summer School Entertainment Series was the Doug Clark Combo.

Behind the door scenes of the fall quarter schedules.

Doris Bobbins, head majorette, puts two of her students thru their paces during the summer music camp.






fall 1959

September began- another school year with a new high enrollment- over 4,000 students. Returning students found that their Alma Mater had undergone quite a few changes.

E.C.C. is indeed fulfilling her promise to the future- growth, expansion, and greater academic achievement.

WITH SEPTEMBER, THE CYCLE BEGINS AGAIN

This madness is registration- just one of the times freshmen stand in line.

Uke Armstrong, BUCCAN- EER Editor, informs fresh- men about the 1960 year- book.

This during registration? What happened to all the mad rush?

Ah, here is registration! Even the pho- tographer got shook!

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Even rain couldn't keep these students away from E.C.'s first pep rally!

Jim "Scooby" Burns runs thru practice session with E.C.'s march- ing band.

This picture of Al Davis speaks for itself.

PEP RALLIES, STUDIES, THE BUC- CANEER . . .

Jo Ann Jackson, Van Banks, and Bobbie Price work diligently get- ting class section pictures made.

Visitors on campus enjoy a refreshing swim.

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All information needed can be found on the Col- lege Union Board as Sally and Joyce, with their dates, well know.

Coach Boone introduces football players at first pep rally of the season.

E. C. cheerleaders pause in their cheering to watch part of the E. C. C.-Guilford game at Guilford.

Coach Boone and Ralph Zehring pause in mid-con- verstation to catch an excit- ing play.

FOOTBALL GAMES

KA says, "Save your Confederate money, boys, the South's going to rise again.






Decorations for Theta Chi's ball look pretty good, boys.

DANCES, RELIGIOUS EMPHA- SIS WEEK ...

Ed Emory leads Pi game of the season.

Coaches Madigan and Boone, and Ralph Zehring and James Speight watch an upset during a game.

Dancers take to the C.U. Patio for cool dancing.

Dr. Bradner listens attentively as Dr. Robert W. Couser, key speaker for the Religious Emphasis Week, addresses the student body.

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Frances Smith plays host to foreign stu- dents at the annual tea held in the C.U.

An impressive line-up for Dad's Day, the first such day at E.C.C.

Rud Jensen, campus radio manager, Dean Jenkins, and Jack Haskins, President of N. C. Association of Broadcasters answer questions of a high school visitor during a panel discussion.

Senator James Simpkins brings up a point to ponder as he discusses Religious Empha- sis Week.

. . . TEAS, DAD'S DAY, NCAB

Chi Omega Sorority entertains the footba team after the game.






MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS

Judy Jolly enjoys decorating for Home- coming.

Roy Gaines, Bob Church and "Butch" Smith- E.C.C. party boys.

Garnett wants to stew Elon. Really girls?

Frosh girls get Slay dorm ready for Homecoming festivities.






. . . ALL THE HOMECOMING PARTIES

A segment of E.C.C.'s marching band adds moral support at a pep rally.

Homecoming festivities get underway as the Collegians play for Friday night dance.

School spirit runs high at this pep rally.

Of course, we all recognize "Tony" Mallard at the Pika homecoming party.

New girl's dorm, Slay Hall, wins first prize for Home- 76 coming Dorm Decorations.

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Dottie McEwen waves to her admiring public during Homecoming Parade.

KA's version of Kingston Trio- Chuck Gordon, Burno Davis, and Harvey Godfrey.

No Homecoming Parade would be com- plete without "Buc", E.C.C.'s Pirate mascot.

A.F. R.O.T.C. Honorary Drill Team on Parade.

This year, Theta Chi captured first prize in the float division of the Homecoming Parade.

Ruby Bradshaw smiles for our photographer as she goes by during the Homecoming Parade.

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A charming "hello" from Jeanette New during die Homecoming pa- rade.

Sigma Nu, blasting Elon, captures third place for their entry in the Homecoming parade.

Elon should be so lucky! (Fleming Hall's contri- bution to Homecoming decorations.)

Janet Arnold, a lovely package wrapped in fur, adds glamour to the Homecoming parade.

Buddy Kilpatrick and Ma- daline Nerlinger pause for the camera on their way to the Homecoming game.

FLOATS, DECORATIONS, QUEENS

KA's float caused quite a controversy, so we hear.

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TV, CLYDE BEATTY, ELON

Ole "Ski King" himself, Clyde Beatty, entertains during Homecoming half- time.

E. C. C.'s majorettes highlight game half-time performances.

"The gang's all here ..." for the Homecoming game.

TV comes to E. C. C. for the first time in '59 to tele- vise the Homecoming game.

It's a tense moment as the team makes a first down.

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Sam Donahue played for a full house homecoming night.

THE BIG DANCE, AND MONDAY MORNING

Sam Donahue's pretty vocalist entertains with the latest "pop" tune at the dance.

Play, boys!

What a weekend ! ! !

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SADNESS REIGNS AS MESSICK RE- SIGNS. . .

It was a sad day for E.C.C. when Dr. Messick submitted his esignation to Senator Morgan and Representative Larkins.

Mike Katsias interviews Mrs. Bennett, Board of Trustees member, for the East Carolinian.

After 12 years as President of one of the state's fastest growing colleges. Dr. John D. Messick announced his retirement. During his administration the college en- rollment spurted to 4045 this year as compared with 1404 in 1947 when he arrived to assume his new job as president of the college.

Under Dr. Messick's leadership, The college added academic majors to its program and the curriculum of the college expanded with the ever growing student body. In years to come, the name of Dr. J. D. Messick wil always be synonomous with East Carolina College.

Dr. Messick, Mr. Waldrop, and Mr. Belk enjoy a few moments of pleasant conver- sation after a Trustees' meeting.

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FIRE DRILLS, STUDIES, . . . AND SCHIZ-O-PHRENIA

If every "nurse" looked like this one, we'd all give blood.

Mr. Carter and Pete Oglesby cut loose during the Music Department's production of "Schiz - O - phrenia."

A familiar scene during exam time.

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Not even exams kept this frosh, Peggy Andrews, from going home.

These freshmen learned quick about all the favorite places on campus.

FRESHMEN IN THE BUSHES, ART, EXAMS, AND PARTIES

Katherine Crumpler with friends, Alice Bailey and "Oscar."

Guy Pierce, Ed Emory, and Nick Hilgart, campus "sugar daddies."






Doris Robbins, head majorette, gets ready for the next half-time performance.

PARTINGS, MAJORETTE REHEARSAL, PLAYS

One of "Aunt Bessie's" customers wishes to remain anony- mous.

Pause for a smoke at rehearsal of "My Three Angels."

Good night, mother.

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Mary Elizabeth Gardner seems to enjoy Earl Riddick's latest Joke.

SGA Budget Committee gives serious consideration to an organization's request.

Gary Mattocks turns a "back over flip.'

MORE FUN, THE BUDGET COM- MITTEE CONVENES . . .

"The night that the rains came down" and all . . . broke loose.

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THE CONFEDERACY, BUC AND LENIOR RHYNE

All Southerners will rise for "Dixie" as Jerry Powell holds forth the Confederate flag.

"Buc," who has Sarah Ewell for company, seems to have all the luck!

Students clamour for justice at E. C. C.-Lenoir-Rhyne game.

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Kathryn Johnson, Bryan Harrison, and Mike Katsias have the honor of being the first students to sit on a Board of Trustees' meet- ing.

. . . AND OTHER ACTIVITIES BRING FALL TO AN END WITH A DULL THUD.

Johnny Hudson, sports writer, "makes the scene."

Jim Kirkland gets his thrill of the year as Jim Stone gets ready to take him up for a ride.






winter '59-'60

Cynthia Cranford says she's going to finish this assignment or else!

Three guesses about what's happenin guessed it! Winter quarter registration.

Winter Quarter presented East Carolina College a new era in its history. A new president assumed his office, social fraternity and sorority rush took the spotlight, the holidays were as short and glamorous as ever and pins and dia- monds flowed freely, thus making this a most profitable beginning of a new decade.

A ROUND OF ACTIVITIES INTRODUCES WINTER . . .

Its first attempt, the SGA Book Ex- change provided a real service to the students.

For basketball season. East Carolina cheerleaders, Cynthia Cranford, Lillian Move, Carole Rankin, Joyce Currin. Dotty McEwen, Kay Hood, Jimi McDaniel, Judy Jolly, and Phyllis Langston don their new uniforms for the first time.

Loretta Ragan takes care of picture distri- bution for the BUCCANEER office.

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AND THE SOCIAL WHIRL IS ON . .

Vittorio Giannini, famous composer and conductor, rehearses before his performance with the East Carolina Concert Orchestra.

James Speight, much lauded football star, receives the Outstanding Player award.

Military sponsors for the AFROTC Julaine Cannon, Kathryn Crumpler, Jane Carter, Diane Neal, and Janet Arnold, add their beauty to the decorations at the annual Military Ball.

Like, someone forgot something!

Merle Summers, Claude Paris, and Bill Crisp spent many hours preparing for the freshmen assembly.






Dr. and Mrs. Messick receive farewell gifts from the adminis- tration and faculty at a special banquet held in their honor.

PREPARATIONS FOR CHRISTMAS . . .

The night was young ... the party was gay ... as Deny Wal- ker and Jane Carter celebrated the holiday season's arrival.

Sarah Smiley and Edith Mallard decorate Ragsdale in the tradi- tional Christmas manner.

Girls in Slay Hall celebrate the oncoming Christmas Holidays.

Dr. Leo Jenkins, prior to his appointment as president, delivers the annual Christmas message to the student body in the absence of Dr. Messick.

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Dr. Robert L. Holt, former registrar, as sumes his new role as Dean of Institu- tion.

Dr. Leo Jenkins prepares to as- sume the never-ending responsi- bilities of the presidency.

"Bruno" swings at party.

CHANGES IN THE ADMINISTRATION, PARTIES . . .

As a special project, the Art Department sells works of East Carolina art students.

That night, KA had a cool caper.

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AND THE SOCIAL ELEMENT CONTINUES TO FORGE AHEAD

Check Gordon, Willard Park, George South, and Glenn Bass get acquainted at a KA rush party.

Vicky Mayberry, hostess, Captain Robert Vining, and Bill Baker en- joy punch at a PiKA rush party.

Rushee and frat man in closed conference at this Lambda Chi rush party.

Elmo Gaskins, Sig Ep, is an enthused host at this rush party.

Theta Chi seems to have quite an interest- ing scrapbook. At least, these rushees are interested.

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Jean Woodson, Judith Simpson, Linda Mann, Jewell Callihan, and Brenda Vaughan look over a scrapbook at one of the many sorority rush parties they attended.

WITH RUSH PARTIES AND MORE RUSH PARTIES.

This rushee seems amazed as Helen Allen tells her about Kappa Delta.

Alpha Phi sorority members provided real "oriental" entertainment for their rush parties.

Hilda Roberts signs rushee's ID cards as they come in.

Alpha Xi Delta Sorority members and rushees having a gab fest during one of the many rush parties.

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Phillip Morris products real- ly enjoyed a heyday on cam- pus during the contest.

Tom Jackson and Kathryn Johnson take time out to pose for the pho- tographer at PiKA's "Gangster Ball."

Tony Mallard, on behalf of Pi Kappa Al- pha, accepts congratulations from the Phil- lip Morris representative on winning the hi-fi set offered for the most cigarette packs.

WINTER GOES OUT WITH A BLAST, LEAVING HOPES HIGH.

BUCCANEER editor, Uke Armstrong, and business man- ager, Pat Biggs, are elated now that the work is finally over!

A crowd of students frocked in ball apparel danced to the music of the Collegians at the Alpha Phi Omega White Ball.

Betsy Hill, White Ball Queen for 1960, gives a big smile after receiving the wonderful news of her new role.






classes






seniors

OFFICERS

president TOMMY RAGLAND

treasurer EMILY LITTLE

vice president ED EMORY

secretary ROSALIE BLANKENSHIP

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FRANCES MERLE AIKEN Fuquay Springs

Business, B.S. Peace Junior College; Rhu Delta Chi; F.B.L.A.; Young Democrats Club; Pi Omega Pi.

WILMA ANNETTE ALCOCK New Bern

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Zeta Psi Alpha Sorority, Parlimentarian Secretary.

CLIFTON DOUGLAS ALDRIDGE LaGrange

Chemistry, A. B.

ROSALIND ELFRETH ALEXANDER Roper

Business and English B.S. Women's Chorus "Messiah"; Wesley Foundation; F.B.L.A.; English Club, Vice-President; Representative of Pi Omega Pi at Raleigh Convention; Pi Omega Pi, Vice President.

BETSY ROSS ALLEN Tar Heel

Primary Education and Special Education B.S. K.Y.F.; A.C.E.; Woman's Chours

VIRGINIA LOU ALTMAN Angier

Grammar Education, B.S. Campbell College; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.

BOBBY LEWIS ANDERSON Apex

Business, and Social Studies, B.S.

EUCLID D. ARMSTRONG, JR. New Bern

Business, Economics, A.B. BUCCANEER, Associate Editor, Editor; Delta sigma Pi, Secretary; F.B.L.A., Vice-President; Publications Board; Campus Radio; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

NETTIE MAE ATKINS Fayetteville

Primary Education, B.S. Canterbury Club; Kappa Delta; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A.

A typical coed relaxing in her room.

WILLIAM STANLEY ATKINSON Fairmont

Social Studies, and Physical Education, B.S.

GRADY STONE AUSTIN Hatteras

Physical Education, Social Studies, B.S. Phi Kappa Alpha; Pi Kappa Alpha, House Manager, Athletic Chair- man; P.E. Club; Young Democrats Club.

MELDON SWAYNE AUSTIN Gates

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer.

LARRY GLENN BAILEY Faison

Science, B.S. Y.M.C.A.; Y.D.C.; Pi Gamma Pi; Theta Chi, Intramural Sports.

GEORGE H. BAKER, JR. Dover, Delaware

Business, A.B. F.B.L.A.

WILLARD KENT BAKER Elizabeth City

Chemistry, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha; A.F.R.O.T.C.; A.A.S.

SADIE MARIE BARBER Clinton

English, and Social Studies, B.S. Ragsdale Dormitory Vice-President; BUCCANEER; Ragsdale Dormi- tory Counselor; Y.W.C.A.; S.N.E.A.; Member-at-large Women's Judiciary; Secretary of Women's Judiciary; Chairman of Women's Judiciary; S.G.A.; Executive Council; Marshal; Homecoming ' Com- mittee; Alpha Delta Pi; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

CLYDE JOYCE BARBOUR Angier

Grammar Education, B.S. Campbell College; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.

BRENDA BAREFOOT Benson

Biology, A.B. B.S.U.; Science Club, President; W.R.A.; Executive Council; Delta Zeta Soroity.






NOAH B. BAREFOOT Salemburg

Grammar Education, B.S. Y.M.C.A. Cabinet; King Youth Fellowship; "Carosel;" Math Club; Young Democrat's Club; BUCCANEER.

HILDA JEAN BARKER New Hill

Business Education, B.S. Home Economics Club; F.B.L.A.

ANN ELIZABETH BARNACASCEL Windsor

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron; Vice-President, Jarvis Dorm; Home Economics Club; Danforth foundation Committee; WRA.

SHELBY JEAN BARNES Nashville

Grammar Education, B.S. Campbell Junior College

EDWARD LEE BASS Wilson

Business, A.B.

LESLIE RANDOLPH BASS, JR. Nashville

Business and Psychology, A.B. F.B.L.A.; Alpha Phi Omega

PAUL DELANO BASS Fayetteville

Physical Educational and Social Studies, B.S. Advanced R.O.T.C; Intramural Sports; Veteran's Club; Campbell College.

SARA LOU BASS Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Mount Olive Junior College

WILLIAM MORRIS BATTS, JR. Rocky Mount

Business, A.B. N. C. State College; S.G.A. Representative; Pi Ome Lambda, President; A.F. R.O.T.C.

EDWIN Y. BAXTER Pompano Beach, Florida

Industrial Arts, B.S. Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Alpha Delta; Alpha Phi Omega; Industrial Arts Club; Sigma Rho Phi Fraternity.

JOHN HUGH BAZEMORE Cofield

Business, A.B.

THEODORE WAYNE BEACH Greenville

Music, B.S. Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity; Band; Orches- tra; "Collegians;" M.E.N.C.

GENE RAY BEDSOLE Tar Heel

Physical Education, Social Studies, B.S.

GEORGE WOODS BEIERLE Hamburg, New Jersey

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

PATRICIA ANN BENNETT Edward

Grammar Education, B.S. F.B.L.A.; Garrett Dorm Social Committee; BUCCANEER; Woman's Chorus; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.

ROBERT G. BENTON Gaston

Physical Education, Science, B.S.

ALEXANDRIA BEST BETHUNE Linden

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Women's Recreational Association; Physical Education Club, Secre- tary; S.N.E.A.; Kappa Delta Soroity, President.

DENNIS MARION BIGGS Williamston

Science, B.S. Science Club; IA Club; YDC; R.O.T.C; Rifle Team, Basic Club, Flying Club, Arnold Air Society, Executive; Westminister Fellowship; T.V. Guild; A.F. R.O.T.C. Advanced Corps.

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MOLLY M. BIGGS Williamston

English and Social Studies, B.S. A.C.E.; Presbyterian Youth Center; English Club, Vice-President; S.N.E.A.

BOBBIE MOONEY BLALOCK Greenville

English, and Library Science, B.S. Library Science Club; English Club.

ROSALIE DALTON BLANKENSHIP Rocky Mount

Physical Education and English, B.S. College Union Board; Secretary Junior Class; S.N.E.A.; Tau Sigma; W.R.A.; Secretary Senior Class; Delta Zeta Sorority.

CORA ANN BLANTON Rose Hill

Primary Education, B.S. Campbell College; B.S.U.; Greater Council of B.S.U., Executive Council of B.S.U.; Tau Sigma; Pledge Chairman of Tau Sigma; Gar- ret Hall House Committee; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.

ROY WADE BODENHEIMER High Point

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Delta Tau Fraternity, Treasurer; Industrial Arts Club; Sigma. Rho Phi Fraternity; Kappa Alpha Order; President E.C.C. Develop- ment Council; Treasurer Industrial Arts Club Loan Fund; Dormitory Proctor; Industrial Arts Most Outstanding Student; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

JOHN LATHAM BOOTH Rocky Mount

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, President; Veteran's Club.

ELEANOR BOWDEN Faison

Primary Education, B.S. Aquanymphs; Cheerleader; Treasurer Jarvis Hall; Miss Jarvis Hall Officer Westminister Fellowship; A.C.E. ; Delta Sigma Chi Soroity.

FLOYD CLINTON BOWEN, JR. Belhaven

Business and Social Studies, B.S. F.B.L.A.; Pi Omega Pi.

NORMA ALLEN BOWEN Pantego

Mathematics and Science, A.B. Chi Beta Phi; Math Club.

TRAVIS LEE BOWEN Snow Hill

Business, B.S.

WILLIAM H. BOWEN Pinetown

Geography and Psychology, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon; E.C. Playhouse.

HENRY A. BOYD New Bern

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

JACK BOYD, JR. Candor

Mathematics and Science, B.S. Math Club.

EMMA JEAN BRADY Williamston

Grammar Education, B.S. Phi Beta Chi Soroity; Student Counselor of Cotten Hall.

KIRBY PUTNEL BRANCH Greenville

Science, B.S. Drill Team; WWWS Radio.

SUE SUTTON BRANCH Ayden

Grammar Education, B.S. Y.W.C.A.; A.C.E.

ALFRED HARDY BREMER Greenville

Mathematics and Industrial Arts, College Union Board.

DANIEL PAUL BRIDGE Kinston

Mathematics and Science, B.S. Newman Club, Vice-President.

Skinny Burt seems to be tell- ing one of his jokes.

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JOHN THOMAS BRISSON Tar Heel

Physical Education, and Social Studies, B.S.

NANCY ELIZABETH BRITT Lumberton

Social Studies, and English, B.S. F.T.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Summer school Judiciary; Summer School House Committee; Kappa Delta Sorority.

MINER KNOWLTON BROTHERTON Greenville

Science, B.S.

CONNIS OSTIN BROWN, JR. Franklinton

Social Studies, and English, B.S. Lousiburg College

CYNTHIA ANN BROWN Oak City

Grammar education, B.S.

EDITH IONE BROWN Kenly

Primary Education, B.S. W.R.A.; Women's Chorus; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.

JULIAN M. BROWN Marshalberg

Social Studies, and English, B.S.

LINDA WHICHARD BROWN Greenville

Business, B.S. Homecoming Sponsor; A.F.R.O.T.C. Sponsor

NANCY CAROLYN BROWN Jackson

Primary Education, B.S. Chowan College, S.G.A. Handbook Committee; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet; B.S.U.; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.

seniors

CHESLEY J. BROWNE, JR. Asheboro

Mathematics, and Social Studies, A.B.

ELSIE DAVIS BRYAN Hobgood

Grammar Education, B.S.

JO ANN BRYAN Mt. Olive

English, and Library Science. B.S. Sophomore Counselor; Student Government Secretary; President Wilson Dormitory Summer School: Secretary Student Government Summer School. F.B.L.A.; Library Club; Women's Chorus; Y'oung Democrats Club; ID Card Chairman: WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

KENNETH HAYNE BRYSON Hamlet

Science and French, A.B.

MARY ALENE N. BUCK Tabor City

Grammar Education, B.S.

DORIS MIRIAM BULLARD Chadbourn

Physical Education, and Social Studies, B.S. W.R.A.; Physical Education Club.

EVA CAROLYN BULLARD Autryville

Business, and History, B.S.

FRANKLIN EASON BULLARD Greensboro

Music, B.S. Marching and Concert Band, Band President; "Connecticut Y'ankee;" "Carousel;" "Kiss Me Kate;" Orchestra; Choir, Vice-President; Presi- dent of President's Council; Dreamers Dance Band; "Collegians;" M.E.N.C; Phi Gamma Pi; Theta Chi; Phi Mu Alpha, Music Director; Maneuver Committee.

WAYNE RANDY BULLARD Chadbourn

Physical Education, and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Club, Phi Sigma Pi; College Union Student Board; Intramural Sports; Mars Hill College.






Wilbur Parks and date seem to be enjoying one of those fantabulous KA parties.

ROGER MAYO BULLOCK Greenville

Business, B.S.

WILLIAM MURRAY BULLOCK Tarboro

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S.

JOE W.BURKE Bear Creek

Social Studies, Physical Education, B.S.

JOHN EARNEST BURLESON Barnesville

Business, A.B. Television Guild; Delta Sigma Pi

WILKIE SKINNY BURT Enfield

Science and Social Studies, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha

LARRY HENRY BUSEY, Coral Gables, Florida

Accounting, A.B. F.B.L.A. Delta Sigma Pi

HAROLD JULIAN BYRD Elizabethtown

Business Administration, A.B. Y.D.C.; Intramural Softball

JACQUALINE FRANCES BYRD Windsor

Primary Education, B.S. Chi Omega Sorority; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

LUBY HARPER BYRD, JR. Mt. Olive

Social Studies and Science, B.S. Intramural Sports

MARVIS ANN EDWARDS BYRD Mount Olive

Grammar Education, B.S. East Carolina College Playhouse; "Pygmalian;" "Admirable Crich- ton;" "A Cup of Tea;" "Overtones;" Miss A.F.R.O.T.C.; "Angle Flight" Girls' Drill Team; S.N.E.A..; A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; Senior Sena- tor; Tau Sigma; "Miss Greenville" finalists; Circle "K" Talent Show

WILLIAM EUGENE BYRUM Winfall

Social Studies and English, B.S.

RITA CALHOUN Turkey

Business, B.S.

JACK ANDREW CALVERT Rockingham

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha

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BONNY RHUE CAMERON Sanford

English and Social Studies, B.S. S.N.E.A.; YWCA; Westminister Fellowship; Garrett House Committee; Tau Sigma

PATSY RUTH CAMERON Raeford

Grammer Education, B.S. Sweetheart Ball Sponsor; Homecoming Sponsor; Women's Chorus; Marshal; Garrett House Committee; Y.W.C.A.; W.R.A Pi Kappa Sorority

MARY SYLVIA CAPPS Warrenton

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; W.R.A.; Freshman Counselor; I.S.C.; Y.D.C.; White Ball Queen; Summer Queen Homecoming Sponsor; Alpha Delta Pi

JOHN B. CAPRELL Greenville

Business and Social Studies, A.B.

SALLIE JEAN CARDEN Varina

English and Library Science, B.S. English Club; Library Club; S.N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Sophomore Counselor






SENIOR SENATORS

Marsha Evans, Marvis Edwards, and Jeff Strickland.

JAY WADE CARDY, Swansboro

Industrial Arts and Social Studies, B.S. University of North Carolina; Wilmington Junior College; Kappa Alpha.

JERRY DEAN CARPENTER Gastonia

Physical Education and Mathematics. B.S. Monogram Club; Football; Baseball

JUDITH THOMPSON CARR Whiteville

Business, B.S.

JANE GRACE CARTER Carthage

Primary Education, B.S. Homecoming Queen; Freshman Representee in May Court; Inter- fraternity Council Queen; R.O.T.C. Sponsor; S.N.E.A.; Lambda Tau Sorority.

JOE MONROE CHANDLER Yanceyville

Science and Social Studies, B.S. Wingate Junior College; Theta Chi; I.F.C. Representative,

ELIZABETH COUNCIL CHASON White Oak

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Co-Historian; YYVCA; Weslev Foundation Council; F.B.L.A.

CECIL CLIFTON CHEEK Durham

Business Administration, B.A. Kappa Alpha, Historian, Social Chairman

HELEN MARGARET CHRISTENSON Greenville

French and Social Science, A.B

JOHN CARL CLAWSON Post Falls, Idaho

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club, Treasurer

NANCY FLEMING CLAY Stem

Art and English, B.S. Art Club; Home Economics Club; Dormitory Officer

WILEY WALTON CLAY Rocky Mount

Business Administration and History, B.S. F.B.L.A.; Y.D.C.

MARJORIE MARIE CLEMENTS Gaston

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; Y.D.C.

JANE CAROLYN COATS Four Oaks

French and English, B.S. English Club; SNEA; Chi Alpha Sorority

PATSY KINNAMON COFFEY, Winston-Salem

Social Studies and Welfare, A.B. B.S.U.; Freshman Counselor; Y.W.C.A.; Women's Chorus

JOHN DONALD COFFIN Haw River

Business, A.B. Sigma Nu Fraternity






LILLIAN GAIL COHOON Columbia

English and Social Studies, B.S. Social Chiarman of Cotten Hall; Y.D.C., Canterbury Club; Inter- sorority Council, Rush Chairman; President of Wilson-Summer School; Student Senate-Summer School; Member-at-Large of Women's Judiciary; Garrett Hall Treasurer; Historical Society; Rebel Editorial Staff; English Club; Zeta Psi Alpha Sorority, Ritual Chair- man; Tau Sigma

MADELYN COLEMAN Greenville

Biology and Science, A.B. Science Club; Phi Beta Chi; Sigma Pi Alpha; Marshal; Y.W.C.A.; Sophomore Counselor in Ragsdale.

MYRA DEANNE COLEMAN Whiteville

Business, B.S. English Club; S.N.E.A.; Chi Alpha Sorority

HAZEL MARIE COLLIER Clarkton

Primary Education, B.S.Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Inter-Sorority Council, Rush Chairman; Y.W.C.A.; W.R.A.; A.C.E.; B.S.U.; Candidate for BUCCANEER Queen

ISAAC STEPHEN COLLINS Red Springs

Social Studies and English, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega

PHILIP EDWARD COLLINS Raleigh

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

BARBARA JEAN CONWAY Greenville

Mathematics and Business, B.S.

GRAHAM ELDREIDGE COOKE Mt. Olive

Social Sudies and English, B.S. Y.M.C.A.; Y.R.C.; Freshman Orientation Counselor

JENNY COOKE Aulander

Grammar Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.

seniors

MARCELLA ANN COOKE Aulander

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E., Vice-President; Inter-Sorority Council; W.R.A.; Y.D.C.; Kappa Delta Sorority

MOLLY LOU COOKE Aulander

Primary Education B,S. A.C.E.; Y.D.C.; W.R.A.; Kappa Delta Sorority

JAMES ROBERT COOPER Faison

Science, B.S. Y.M.C.A.; W.F.; A.P.O.; Science Club; North Carolina Science Academy

JAMES McCARY CORBETT Fountain

Business and Social Studies, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; EAST CAROLINIAN

PHYLLIS ANNE CORBETT Fountain

Home Economies, B.S. Women's Judiciary, Secretary; President Cotton Hall; S.G.A.; Y.D.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Phi Omicron

VICTOR EMANUEL CORNACCHIONE Statesville

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega; Veteran's Club, President; Kappa Delta Phi

MARY ELAINE COULTER Lincolnton

Home Economics, B.S. Lutheran Student Association, Vice-President; President; Inter-re- ligious Council, Secretary, President; Home Economics Club- Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Council; Women's Chorus

MERLE RAYBON COUNCIL Fayetteville

Business Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President; Marshal; May Court Representative; Miss Wilson Hall-Homecoming Sponsor; F.B.L.A., State Treasurer; Y.W.C.A.; Garrett Hall Social Committee; Valentine Queen

JACK COX Tabor City

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.






JUDY ARLENE COX New Bern

Social Studies and English, B.S. V.D.C.; Tau Sigma; BUCCANEER Staff

RICHARD S. COX Tabor City

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club, Vice-President, Secretary; Sigma Rho Phi

LARRY BOYD CRAVEN Raleigh

English and Speech, B.S. E.C. Playhouse, Treasurer; Campus Radio East Carolinain; BUCCANEER STAFF

SARA BLANCHE CRAWFORD Fayetteville

Science, B.S. Chi Beta Phi; Sigma Pi Alpha; Science Club

GEORGE EDWARD CRAWLEY, JR. Wilson

Industrial Arts, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha

JOSEPH WYATTE CREECH Smithfield

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Campbell College; Basketball; Baseball; Monogram Club

ANNE SHELTON CROMARTIE Raleigh

Music, B.S. Marching Band; Concert Band: Orchestra; Music Education Club; Band Clinic Representative; Wind Ensemble; S.G.A. Musicals; Quintet; Sigma Alpha Iota

RUTH ELIZABETH DAUCHTRY Faison

Grammar Education, B.S. A.C.E.

SHARON LOUISE DAUGHTRY Smithfield

Home Economics, B.S. Sophomore Counselor; Home Economics Club, Vice-President, Secre- tary; State President of College Club Division, N.C.H.E.A.; A.H.E.A. Delegate; Y.W.C.A.; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

Full house at College Union Halloween party.

ANN DOUGLAS DAVIS Mt. Olive

Primary Education, B.S. SNEA, Historian; College Choir, Tau Sigma; A.C.E.

CHARLES GILTNER DAVIS Morehead City

Social Studies and English, B.S. CLINTON OLIVER DAVIS Edcnton

CLINTON OLIVER DAVIS Edenton

Mathematics and Business, B.S. Mathematics Club, Co-Vice President; State Vice-President of the N.C.E.A.; S.N.E.A., Vice-President, President; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

ELIZABETH MERSHON DAVIS Wilson

Primary ducation, B.S. B.S.U.; Y.W.C.A.; N.E.A.; College Union Board

GENE DELANO DAVIS Conway

Business Administration, A.B.

MARGARET ANNE DAVIS Wilmington

Physical Education and English, B.S. Kappa Delta, W.R.A.; P.E. Club, Vice-President; E.C.C. Marching Band; House Committee; S.N.E.; Homecoming Committee; Aquatics; East Carolinian

MATHEY A. DAVIS Wadesboro

Social Studies and Geography, A.B.

EARL WEEKS DEAL Tarboro

Business and History, B.S. Pi Omega Pi

JAMES OTIS DEANS Macclesfield

Science, B.S.






seniors

EDNA SMITH DENBY Washington

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club

LARUE DENNING Angier

Home Economics, B.S. Compbell College; F.T.A.; Home Economics Club; President of F.T.A.

ARTHUR ANTHONY DESTOUT Ft. Belvoir, Virginia

Social Studies and English, B.S. S.G.A Chairman of External Affairs Committee, State Student Legislature; Intramural Council; Secretary-Treasurer; Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledgemaster, President; Dean's Advisory Council; Circle "K"

BOBBY JOE DIXON Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club

JULIA CAROLYN DIXON Greenville

Science, B.S. Science Club

RAE JEAN DIXON Miami, Florida

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

EDDIE P. DRAUGHON Clinton

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Football; Baseball; Varsity Club; K.A. Officer

PATRICIA ANGELINE DRENNAN Belmont

Phimary Education, B.S. Secretary of Ragsdale; Sophomore Counselor; A.C.E.; Alpha Delta Pi, President; I.S.C.; Dean's Advisory Board

SYBIL MARLENE DUDLEY Griffon

Business, B.S. Y.D.C., Secretary; F.B.L.A.; Kappa Delta Kappa Sorority; Freshman Counselor; Orientation Counselor

GERALD S. DUFFIE South Boston, Virginia

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

WADEUS EARL DUNCAN Clarendon

Business and Social Studies, A.B. Wesley Foundation, President, Treasurer, Chairman of House and Grounds; Campus Christian Council; Inter-Religious Council; F.B.L.A.

CONNIE LOU DUNN Ayden

Music, B.M. Sigma Alpha Iota, Chaplain; Music Club; M.T.N.A.

GLENN C. DYER Greensboro

Business, A.B. Swimming Team; Aquatics Club, Treasurer; Varsity Club; A.F.- R.O.T.C; Arnold Air Society, Operations Officer; A.F.R.O.T.C. Basic Club; Sigma Nu Fraternity, Treasurer; I.F.C.

CHARLES WENDELL DYSON Rockingham

Psychology, A.B. S.G.A. , Treasurer, Budget Committee Chairman; Football; Lambda Chi Alpha; I.F.C; Y.M.C.A.; Y.D.C.; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

JULIA ELLEN EASON Hookerton

Physical Education and Science, B.S. W.R.A.; Aquanymphs; P.E. Club

JAMES IRVN EDISON Jackson

Business Administration, A.B.

BILLY HOWARD EDMONDSON Tarboro

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S.

ROBERT BURTON EDMONDSON, JR.

Social Studies and Library Science, B.S. F.B.L.A.; Historical Society






MELVIN PAUL EDWARDS Washington

Industrial Arts, B.S.

CAROLYN ANNETTE ELAM Roxboro

Voice and Piano, B.S. College Choir; "Connecticut Yankee," "Carousel"; M.E.N.C.; Opera Workshop

JACQUELIN OVERMAN ELLIS Ayden

Grammar Education, B.S.

EDWARD HARRELL EMORY Lancaster, S. C.

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Football, Co-Captain, All Conference, Varsity Club; Lambda Chi Alpha; High Epsilon, P.E. Club; Vice-President of Senior Class; Treasurer of Varsity Club

RICHARD JOSEPH ENRICO Portsmouth, Va.

Business, A.B. San Antonio College; Newman Club; Veteran's Club; Basketball; Track; "R" Association, President

EARL WILMER ENZOR Fair Bluff

Science, B.S. Science Club

seniors

JOAN ELIZABETH EUDY Kannapolis

Music, B.S. Marching Band; Concert Band; Orchestra; Sigma Alpha Iota; M.E.N.C; Lutheran Student Association; S.G.A. Musical; Music Education Club, Secretary, Treasurer; Student Union BoardFirst Scouts in America

ADA CELESTE EVANS Clarkton

Primary Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Phi Beta Chi Soror-ity; Women's Chorus; East Carolinian

MARSHA SUZANNE EVANS Raleigh

Primary Education, B.S. Y.W.C.A.; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Sophomore Counselor; Marshal; Kappa Delta Pi President; Zeta Psi Alpha Sorority; Homecoming Sponsor; Senior Class Senator; Kappa Delta Pi; Candidate for BUCCANEER Oueen- I.F.C.; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

SARAH ELIZABETH EWELL Greenville

Art and English, B.S. English Club; S.N.E.A.; College Union Student Board; Art Club; SGA Handbook Committee, Chairman; Entertainment Committee; Homecoming Sponsor; Chi Omega Sorority, Treasurer; WHO S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

JOHN WILLIAM FAISON, JR. Clayton

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

KENNETH F. FARRIOR Wallace

Accounting and Social Studies, A.B. F.B.L.A.

WILLIAM HAYWOOD FARRIOR Farmville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Louisburg College; Westminister Fellowship; Y.M.C.A.; Industrial Arts Club

JOHN JOSEPH FILICKY Raleigh

Psychology and Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; F.B.L.A.; Veteran's Club; Rebel, Assistant Business Manager; Chapel Choir; Y.D.C.; Varsity Band; "Kiss Me Kate ; College Choir

HELEN FRANCIS FISHER Whiteville

Grammar Education, B.S. Wake Forest College; Y.W.C.A.; W.R.A.; Women's Chorus; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Kappa Delta Pi; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; B.S.U.

EDITH GRAY FITZGERALD Selma

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; B.S.U., Council; Phi Omicron, President; Y.W.C.A.

BARBARA WATSON FLOWERS Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E. Y.W.C.A.

WILLIAM GRANT FLOWERS Kenly

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

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Homecoming court and Queen, Dot- tie McEwen.

GAIL LAMB FOSTER Lumberton

Primary Education, B.S. Y.W.C.A.; A.C.E.

ROBERT LEE FRANCK Jacksonville

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Kappa Alpha Order, Treasurer; Inter-Fraternity Council, President

FRANKLIN DELANO FREEMAN Kinston

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Track; Varsity Club; Physical Education Club; Y.M.C.A.; Student Union; Alpha Phi Omega

GERALDINE FUSSELL Teachey

Primary Education, B.S.

Homecoming court and Queen, Dot- tie McEwen.

GEORGE MANLEY GADDY Wilmingtc

Business and Social Studies, B.S. O. A. Club

KESLER GAINEY, JR. Dunn

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

BARBARA ANN GALLOWAY Aurora

Primary Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.; Library

JOHNNY RAY GARDNER Williamston

Grammar Education, B.S.

SYLVIA RAE GARDNER Gastonia

Primary Education, B.S Gastonia Junior College; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Alpha Phi National Sorority

CAROLYN GRIFFIN GARRIS Greenville

Primary Education, B.S.

Homecoming court and Queen, Dot- tie McEwen.

SHERRILL ANN GARRIS Farmville

Primary Education, B.S. Y.D.C.; Y.W.C.A.; A.C.E. ; BUCCANEER; Playhouse; Student Union Board; Kappa Delta Sorority; Social Chairman

BETTY VIE GASKINS Vanceboro

Arts, B.S. Art Club; Student Union; Rebel, Exchange Editor; Zeta Psi Alpha

SIDNEY LOUIS GASKINS New Bern

Science, B.S.

JEWEL BLANCHE GAY Spring Hope

English and French, B.S. S.N.E.A.; B.S.U., Executive Council; Campbell College

BETTY LOU GAYLORD Pantego

English French, B.S. Reporter; English Club; Y.W.C.A.; Council Secretary, Sigma Pi Alpha

RICHARD EUGENE GEORGE Kings Mountain

Physical Education and Science, B.S.

Homecoming court and Queen, Dot- tie McEwen.

JANICE FAYE GIBBS Manteo

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S.

Homecoming court and Queen, Dot- tie McEwen.

JANE HAMPTON GIDDEN Washington, D. C.

Primary Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A.; A.C.E., Secretary, Vice-President, Delegate to National Convention; Sophomore Counselor; Marshal; Homecoming Sponsor; Handbook Committee; Orientation Counselor; W.R.A.; Alpha Delta Pi; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- CAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES






BETTY JEAN GILBERT Bolivia

Grammar Education, B.S.

JAMES BRYANT GILLIKIN Atlantic

English and French, A.B. "Kiss Me Kate," Choreographer; Little Theatre Group

HARVEY O. GODFREY, JR. Sanford

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Kappa Alpha Fraternity

ELIZABETH EDWARDS GOODWIN Zebulon

English and Social Studies, B.S. S.G.A., Secretary; S.N.E.A.; English Club; Historical Society, Zeta Psi Alpha Sorority, Secretary

JAMES GRANT GORDON Gastonia

Physical Education and Social Science, B.S. Football; Monogram Club Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, Chaplain; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.;

JOSEPHINE GORDON Wilson Mills

Primary Education, B.S. Campbell College

Future home for home economics majors.

JEAN LENNOX GORE Lake Park, Florida

Primary Education, B.S.

Homecoming court and Queen, Dot- tie McEwen.

SHELBY JEAN GRADY High Piont

Music Education and Voice, Organ, B.S. E.C.C. Orchestra; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer; E:C.C. Marching Band, Majorette; E.C.C. Concert Band; "Connecticut Yankee;" "Carousel;" "Kiss Me Kate;" B.S.U.; Wesley Players; M.E.N.C.; Music Education Club; "Bartered Bride;" "The Medium;" E.C.C. Pageant; Canterbury; "Admirable Critchton;" "Man Alive"

IDA SUE THOMAS GREEN Raleigh

Primary Education, B.S. Kappa Phi Epsilon; S.N.E.A.

JOHN THOMAS GREEN, JR. Henderson

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club

BOBBY LEE GREENE Monroe

Physical Education, and Social Studies, B.S. Wingate Junior College; Applachian State Teachers College

ROBERT LEE GREENE Star

Health and Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. North Carolina State College; A.F.R.O.T.C.; Intramurals; Intramural Publicity Director; Physical Education Major's Club; Y.M.C.A.; North Carolina Association of Health and Recreation; EAST CARO- LINIAN, Sports Writer, Circulation Staff; Varsity Track; President P.E. Club

JOSEPH DARRELL GRIFFIN Washington

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

KIM ELLIOTT GRIFFIN Greensboro

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. History Club

ROBERT CURTIS GRIFFIN Tarboro

Geography and Psychology, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon; Y.M.C.A.; Y.D.C.; M.I.A.

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WILLIAM LARRY GRIFFIN Burlington

Music, B.M. Phi Mu Alpha; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Founder, President; I.F.C Coun- cil; E.C.C. Marching Band; "Oaklahoma;" "Carousel" Productions

WILTON R. GRIFFTN Rocky Mount

Business Administration, A.B.

Homecoming court and Queen, Dot- tie McEwen.

CHRIS EDWARD GRIMSLEY New Bern

Social Studies and English, B.S.

LARRY R. GRISSOM Henderson

Music, B.S. College Singers; Band; Chapel Choir; College Choir; Orchestra; Wind Ensemble; M.E.N.C; Music Education Club; "Carousel;" "Kiss Me Kate;" Phi Mu Alpha, Treasurer

JOHN LEWIS GROOME Faison

Business and Social Studies, A.B.

Homecoming court and Queen, Dot- tie McEwen.

BETTY GWYNN GUNN Providence

English and Social Studies, B.S. S.N.E.A.

ROBERT MARK GUPTON Red Springs

Business, A.B. Sigma Nu Fraternity, Treasurer

GINGER CAROLE HAGAN Rocky Mount

Business, A.B. Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer; C.U.B.; W.R.A.

JANIE SUE HAIR Elizabethtown

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Tau Sigma; Social Chairman; Garret Hall Social Chairman

LINDA GODWIN HAIRR Dunn

Mathematics and Music, B.S. Free Will Baptist Fellowship, President; Mathematics Club, Co- Vice-President; Chi Beta Phi Sorority; Woman's Chorus; Chapel Choir, President; "Messiah;" "The Spade"

BETTY FRANCIS HAISLIP Hamilton

Primary Education, B.S. B.S.U.; A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; Woman's Chorus; W.R.A.; S.N.E.A

JACKY NEIL HALL Henderson

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club

JAMES KENNETH HALL Fayetteville

Business and Social Studies, A.B.

Homecoming court and Queen, Dot- tie McEwen.

RUFFIN C. HALL Selma

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

SYLVIA JOLLY HALL Roseboro

Business and History, B.S.

WAYNE W. HALSEY Cochraneville, Penna.

Business, A.B. F.B.L.A.

VINCENT GENE HANDY Kinston

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. Presbyterian College

BETTY FRANCES H. HARDEE Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S.

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seniors

SHIRLEY ROSE HARDEE Grimesland

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.

JOHNISE ABBOTT HARDESTY Newport

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Sophomore Counselor; Y.W.C.A.

MABLE LORENA HARDISON Plymouth

English and Social Studies, B.S. Delta Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Chi Historian; S.N.E.A.; Chapel Choir; "Messiah"

MARY GRACE HARY La Grange

Grammar Education, B.S. Woman's Chorus; A.C.E. ; S.N.E.A.; Sophomore Counselor; Summer School House Committee Cotton Hall; House Committee Fleming Hall: Alpha Phi Sorority

RAMON A. HARMON Ahoskie

Business Education, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; F.B.L.A.

ALLEN S. HARPER Tarboro

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. Y.D.C.; Veteran's Club; Historical Society

LIONEL BARRYMORE HARPER Kinston

Social Studies and Mathematics, B.S. E.C.C. Historical Society; Mathematics Club

WALTER PERRY HARRELL Gatesville

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

WILLIAM CARLISLE HARRELL Columbia

Business and Social Studies, B.S. F.B.L.A.; S.N.E.A.

NORMA ANNE HARRELSON Southport

Business and History, B.S. Chief Marshal; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Alpha Delta Pi; Sophmore Counselor

RUSSELL NORFLEET HARRINGTON Rich Square

Business Education, B.S. Chapel Choir; Veteran's Club

BETTIE JEAN HARRIS Roanoke Rapids

Business, B.S. Louisburg College; Pi Omega Pi

CECIL IRYIN HARRIS South Mills

Industrial Arts, B.S.

JAMES WILLIAM HARRIS Greenville

Science and Mathematics, B.S.

JANET MAE HARRIS Bunn

Primary Education, B.S. B.S.U.; Freshman Counselor; Marshal; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.

LELA GRAY HARRIS Greenville

Business, B.S. Home Economics Club; F.B.L.A.; Y.W.C.A.

MARGARET ANN HARRIS Oriental

Home Economics, B.S. Delta Zeta Sorority; Home Economics Chili

MOYER LESTER HARRIS, JR. Asheboro

Music, B.S. Marching Band; Concert Band; College Choir; Orchestra; Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity; Collegians Dance Band; M.E.N.C.; "Messiah;" Musical Orchestra






NANCY WILSON HARRIS Ashehoro

Music, B.S. Marching Band; Concert Band; College Choir; College Singers; Band Treasurer; M.T.N.A., Orchestra; "Messiah" Choir; "Bartered Bride"

BOBBY HOLTON HARRISON LaGrange

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

CHARLES RONNIE HARRISON Wilmington

Business, A.B.

JESSIE DARE HARRISON Plymouth

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. Kappa Delta Pi

BETTY ALICE HART Goldsboro

Primary Education, B.S. Woman's Chorus; Freshman Counselor; House Officer; Member-at- Large on Woman's Judiciary; Summer School Judiciary; S.N.E.A.

WILLIAM EDWARD HAWKINS Warrenton

Business, A.B. Louisburg College

DOROTHY ANN HAYES Durham

Primary Eduaction, B.S. College Choir; Chapel Choir; Robe Chairman and Student Director; S.A.I., Editor; Y.W.C.A.; M.E.N.C; Women's Chorus; A.C.E.; Music Education Club; "Angel Filght" Commander

PATRICIA ANNE HAYWOOD Mount Gilead

Art, B.S. Music Education Club; Y.D.C.; Woman's Chorus; Art Club; Angel Flight

JO FAYE BEDDARD HEATH Kinston

English and Social Studies, B.S.

RICHARD LAWRENCE HECK Riverside, New Jersey

Physical Education and Science, B.S.

PATRICIA ANN HEDSPETH Conway

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Student Counselor; F.B.L.A.; Corresponding Secretary; Dean's Advisory Council; I.S.C.; Delta Chi Delta; Alpha Xi Delta; W.W.W.S.; Tau Sigma; Y.D.C.; BUCCANEER; Homecoming Sponsor

ROY WILLIAM HENDREN Asheville

Business Administration, A.B. Newman Club, President; College Union Board

ARLINE HIGH Roanoke Rapids

Science, A.B. Sigma Pi Alpha; Science Club; Secretary-Treasurer

RONALD GRAY HIGHT Henderson

Accounting and Social Studies, A.B. F.B.L.A.; Greater Council Baptist Student Center

MARILYN BETSY HILL Deep Run

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Class Treasurer; Delta Zeta, Vice-President; I.S.C., Vice-President; C.U.S.B.; Miss Gamma Theta Upsilon

LINDA LEE HINES Wilmington

Library Science and English, B.S. Wilmington College; Library Club, Reporter; Garrett Dormitory Homecoming Committee; Y.W.C.A.; S.N.E.A.

JANICE MADGE HINSON Jacksonville

Piano, A.B. Sigma Pi Alpha; Kappa Delta Sorority; Garrett Dormitory Social Committee; Woman's Chorus; Converse College

DRUID DIXON HOBGOOD, JR. Winterville

Science and Mathematics, B.S. Kappa Sigma Nu; Sigma Nu; Intramural Council

Members of Theta Chi fraternity get deco- rations fixed for the big dance.

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CECELIA ANN HODGES Elizabeth City

Grammar Education, B.S.

JOHNNIE DEWEY HODGES Pantego

Chemistry and Science, A.B. President Umstead Dormitory; Men's JUdiciary; Sutdent Senate; Science Club; Kappa Sigma Kappa.

MILDRED FERGUSON HODGES Washington

Grammar Education, B.S. Peace College

LIDA ELIZABETH HOFFMAN Kinston

Grammar Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.

STUART OMEGA HOLLAND Greenville

Physical Edcuation and Social Studies, B.S. Football; varsity Club, Secretary

BILLY GERALD HOLLOWELL Kinston

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Varsity Tennis, North State Doubles, NOrth State Runnerup in Singles; F.B.L.A.; Intramural Sports; Varsity Club.

PRISCILLA ANN HOLLOWAY Fuquay Springs

Social Studies and Welface, B.S. W.R.A.; College Board; Y.W.C.A.; Y.D.C.; Tau Sigma

JOLENE HOLLOWELL Plymouth

Social Studies and Psychology; A.B. and B.S.

STUART HOLLOWELL Tyner

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

seniors

RANDALL "JOE" HOLMES Rocky Mount

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Football; Track, Co-Captain, Varsity Club, Secretary, President; Veteran's Club.

EMMA JEAN HOLT Burlington

Physical Education and Special Education, B.S. W.R.A.; Canterbury Club; Physical Education Majors Club; S.N.E.A.

ALICE BESS HOLTON Youngsville

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.

WILLIS BOYCE HONEYCUTT, JR. Greenville

Art and Industrial Arts, A.B. Phi Gamma Pi; Theta Chi; I.F.C.; Art Club

ALAN McBRIDE HOOPER Grifton

Business and Social Studies, A.B. Pi Omega Pi, Historian

THOMAS STERLING HOPKINS Washington

Biology, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi; Vice-President; Chi Beta Phi, President; Collegiate Academy, President; North Carolina Academy of Science; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

JAMES MASSEY HORTON, JR. Fountain

Science, B.S. Science Club, President; Chi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma Pi

JACQUE L. HOUSE Plymouth

Grammar Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Tau Sigma

BONNIE LOUISE HOWARD Greenville

Primary Education and Library Science, B.S. King Youth Fellowship; Library Club

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Kathryn Johnson and Derry Walker discuss problems relating to the East Carolinian.

PATRICIA JACKSON Saint Pauls

Primary Education, B.S. B.S.U.; A.C.E.; Y.M.C.A.; Student Counselor; Alpha Phi National Sorority.

ANNIEBELLE S. JENKINS Wilmington

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Zeta Sorority, Treasurer; Canterbury Club

RAYBON B. JENKINS Fairmont

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Phi Gamma Pi; Theta Chi; Y.D.C.; Intramural Council

CLARA MARIE JENRETTE Lake Waccamaw

Primary Education, B.S.

ELIZABETH ANN JESSUP Elizabethtown

Home Economics, B.S. Queens College; Home Economics Club; Westminister Fellowship, Cabinet, Vice-President; Y.W.C.A.; W.R.A., Treasurer Cabinet; S.N.E.A.; Garrett Hall Treasurer; Basketball Club

J. CARL JESSUP, JR. Elizabethtown

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

ANNIE LOU JOHNSON Rex

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.

EVELYN CAROLINE JOHNSON Clinton

Grammar Education and Psychology, B.S. Tau Sigma, Social Chairman; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Kappa Delta; Y.W.C.A. Library Club; Psychology Club

LINWOOD C. JOHNSON Angier

Science, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, President; Science Club; A.F.R.O.T.C; Collegiate Cadet Club; Arnold Air Society, Vice-President, President; Outstanding Service in A.F.R.O.T.C; Reserve Officers Award

MARY KATHRYN JOHNSON Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Methodist Student Movement; East Carolinian, Feature Writer, Managing Editor, Editor; Sigma Pi Alpha; S.G.A. Executive Council; Publications Board; S.N.E.A.; National Student Association Repre- sentative; Southern Affairs Conference Representative; Atlantic Sea- board Editors Conference Representative; Associated Collegiate Press Association Conference Representative; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

ROBERT REYNOLDS JOHNSON Smithfield

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

CLARENCE A. JONES Clayton

Business, A.B.

ELEANOR JABEZ JONES Halifax

Primary Education, A.C.E.; B.S.U.; Women's Chorus

HERBERT C. JONES Statonsburg

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice-President

JEAN RAINEY JONES Littleton

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; College Student Union; B.S.U.






LARUE FRANCES JONES Raleigh

Primary Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.

WILLIAM TRAVIS JONES Ahoskie

Business-Accounting and Social Studies, A.B. Louisburg College; Phi Sigma Pi, Treasurer

LARRY G. JORGENSEN Greenville

Chemistry, A.B. President Mutual Improvement Association of Mormon Church; Mis- sionary for Mormon Church in Mexico; Science Club

ESTHER LOUISE JOYNER Kinston

Primary Education, B.S.

Campbell College; Tau Sigma; Alpha Phi Nationary Sorority

BRUCE NELSON KANIPE Rockingham

Geography and Music, A.B. E.C.C. Marching Band; E.C.C. Concert Band; Men's Varsity Glee Club; Chapel Choir; College Choir; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Music Education Club

MIKE KATSIAS Virginia Beach, Virginia

Social Sudies and English, B.S.

MARY D. KEEL Tarboro

Business, B.S. F.B.L.A.

MARY LILES KEETER Littleton

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club

MARY SUE KEITH Fuquay Springs

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Sophomore Class Representative to S.G.A.; Junior Class Senator to S.G.A.; Y.D.C.; Delegate to Y.D.C. Conven- tion, Treasurer; Alpha Delta Pi, Parliamentarian; B.S.U.; REBEL, Advertising Manager; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES -AND UNIVERSITIES

seniors

MARTHA ANNE KELLAM, Biscoe

English and Speech, B.S. E.C.C. Playhouse; REBEL, Exchange Editor; Zeta Psi Alpha Sorority, Vice-President, Treasurer; I.S.C., Social Chairman; East Carolinian

JOHN THURSTON KELLY Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Delta Tau

JOSEPH RAY KELLY Bladenboro

Grammar Education, B.S. BUCCANEER; Veteran's Club; Science Club; S.N.E.A.

JANET GRAY KENDALL Snow Hill

English and Social Studies, B.S.

CATERIN ELIZABETH KENERSON Raleigh

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.

BOBBIE MARION KENNEDY Louisburg

Home Economics, B.S. Louisburg College; Home Economics Club, Secretary; S.G.A. Vice- President Summer School, President Summer School, Budget Com- mittee; Kappa Delta Sororitv; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

NORMAN LAVERNE KILPATRICK, JR., Greenville

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. East Carolinian, Reporter;' College Union Games Committee Chair- man; E.C.C. Table Tennis Champion

HOWARD HOLTON KING Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; Newman Club

MICHAEL EVANS KING Henderson

Business and History, B.S. B.S.U. Executive Council

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seniors

JUDY LYNX KINGSMORE Drakes Branch, Virginia

Primary Education, B.S. Averett Junior College

SETH DEAN KIRBY Holly

Music, B.S. College Band

JAMES RUSSELL KNIGHT, JR. Raleigh

Business, B.S. F.B.L.A.

ANTHONY P. KOLONTIS Norfolk, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B. Physical Education Club; Y.D.C.

JOYCE CERALDINE KOON Grifton

Grammar Education, B.S. A.C.E.; College Union Student Board; Y.W.C.A.; Delta Sorority, Chaplain

GEORGE DALLAS LANGSTON, JR. Goldsboro

Business Administration and Social Studies Campbell College; F.B.L.A.

PATRICIA JONES LANGSTON Goldsboro

Music and English, A.B. College Choir

JAMES ALLEN LANIER Wilmington

Science, B.S. Wilmington Junior College; S.N.E.A.; Wesley Foundation, Publicity Chairman; Science Club; Alpha Zeta Chapter of Wesley Players, "Messiah;" "When Shakespeare's Gentlemen Get Together"

JAMES WILLAIM LAUGHINGHOUSE Columbia

Mathematics and Science, B.S. Mathematics Club; Phi Sigma Pi; Chi Beta Phi, Treasurer; Honary- Professional Fraternity Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; Phi Sigma Pi, Secertary, President

FRED DURWOOD LAYTON Edenton

Business, A.B.

FREDERICK EUGENE LEADBETTER Morril, Maine

Grammar Education, B.S

DOUGLAS PERRY LEARY Tyner

Business and Social Studies, Delta Sigma Pi; B.S.U.

LOYD HAYWOOD LEE Watha

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi; Veteran's Club; Y.D.C; F.B.L.A.

ROSA LOU LEE Willow Spring

Grammar Education and Library Science, B.S. Y.W.C.A.; Libaray Club; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.

HENRY ANDREW LEEUWENBURG, JR. Wilmington

Science and Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; A.F.R.O.T.C; Arnold Air Society; Alpha Pi Omega; Y.M.C.A.; Secretary, Vice-President; Mathematics Club; Science Club; Honor Drill Team; Westminister Fellowship

DONALD RAY LENNON Leland

Social Studies and English, B.S. Wilmington College; S.N.E.A.

LINWOOD HAROLD LEWIS Chocowinity

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

RUBY HANDLEY LEWIS Goldsboro

Physical Education and Science, B.S.






FREDERICK WILTON LILLEY Williamston

Geography and English, A.B.

JOSEPH DANIEL LINER, JR. Lake Junaluska

Grammar Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.

GEORGE WATSON LITCHFIELD Aurora

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S.

ALTON DEAN LITTLE Roanoke Rapids

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club

WILLIAM W. LITTLE Falkland

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. History Club

MARY VIVIAN LOCKHART Vanceboro

Home Economics, B.S. W.C.U.N.C.; Home Economics Club; Chi Omega Sorority, President

Past East Carolinian Editor, Jimmy Ferrell, chats with Doris Robbins and Leigh Dobson.

JOEL B. LONG Hillsboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Baseball; Circle "K"; Varsity Club

SYLVIA ANNE LONG Elizabeth City

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; B.S.U., Music Chairman; "Carousel"

MARTHA ERNESTINE LONGEST Graham

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Women's Chorus

BARBARA ANN LOUNSBURY Wilmington

Art and Business, A.B. BUCCANEER; Westminister Fellowship; Women's Chorus; Art Club; Chapel Choir; College Choir; Marching Band; Sigma Pi Alpha, Homecoming Sponsor; Productions Committee; "Carousel," "Kiss Me Kate;" Playhouse; TV. Guild

ALMA LEE LOVETTE Raeford

English and Social Studies, B.S. Pfeiffer College; Zeta Psi Alpha Sorontv; English Club; S.N.E.A.; W.R.A.; REBEL

MARY ABIGAIL MADRE Elizabeth City

Primary Education, B.S. BUCCANEER; B.S.U.; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Canterbury Club; Women's Chorus

WAYNE ANTHONY MALLARD. JR. Trenton

Business Administration, A.B. Y.M.C.A.; F.B.L.A.; Intramural Sports; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice- President, President; Y.D.C., Vice-President; Secretary of N. C. Y.D.C.; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

CARL EDWIN MALPASS Goldsboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. A.F.R.O.T.C; Intramural Sports; Physical Education Majors Club; N.C.A.H.P.E.R.

MARLENE MALPASS Goldsboro

Art and English, B.S.

WILLIAM ALLEN MANGUM Carolina Beach

Mathematics and Music, B.S. College Student Union Board; Record and Dance Committee Chair- man; College Band

JANET DAWSON MANNING Belhaven

Primary Education, B.S. Home Economics Club; Y.M.C.A.; Freshman Counselor

LONA JEANETTE MANNING Bethel

Mathematics and Science, B.S. Mathematics Club; Chi Beta Phi






seniors

HAROLD GENE MARLOWE Whiteville

Business Education, B.S. North Carolina State College; Kappa Alpha Order, Vice-President

HELEN IRENE MARSHBOURNE Spring Hope

Home Economics, B.S. College Band; Wilson Dorm Council, Treasurer, Vice-President; B.S.U.; Home Economics Club

BETTY LOU MARTIN Four Oaks

Home Economics, B.S. B.S.U., Executive Council; Home Economics Club

LESLIE MARION MARTIN

Science and Social Studies, B.S.

JOSEPH LEE MASON Fayetteville

Business Education and Social Studies, B.S.

BETTY JEAN MATHENY Rolesville

Grammar Education, B.S. College Union Committee; B.S.U.; A.C.E.; Alpha Phi National Sorority

CLYDE WALTER MATTHEWS Front Royal, Virginia

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Canterbury Club, Vice-President, President

ROLAND E. MATTHIS Clinton

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Pi Omega Pi

GLORIA ASHLYNN MAULDEN Kannapolis

Music, B.S. Marching Band; Concert Band; College Choir; Y'.W.C.A.; Opera Workshop; Sigma Alpha Iota; SGA Musical Productions; Secretary- Treasurer of Opera Workshop; Recording Secretary of Sigma Alpha Iota

JAMES G. MEADS Cherry Point

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Swimming Team; Track; Sigma Nu; Monogram Club; Aquatics Club

VERENA JOYCE MEADS Greenville

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S. Kappa Phi Epsilon Sorority; Angel Flight Drill Team; Marching Band; Concert Band; Day Student Committee

ESTHER MARIE MELTON Roxboro

Business Administration, B.S. F.B.L.A.; S.N.E.A.

JOHN CUTTING MERRITT, Statesville

Art and Social Studies, B.S. Mitchell College; Veteran's Club; Art Club; Sigma Nu

JAMES ROBERT METZGAR, Easton, Pennsylvania

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, President; Marching Band; Varsity Band

KENNETH LAMBERT MIDYETTE Oriental

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

GLENDA KAY MILLER Whiteville

Business, B.S. S.N.E.A.; F.B.L.A.

DURRELL VON MILLS Willard

Business and Social Studies, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, Treasurer

GERALENE MILLS Richmond, Virginia

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. Zeta Psi Alpha, President, Vice-President, Pledge Mistress, Miss Zeta Psi Alpha; Tau Sigma; Y.W.C.A. Special Events Committee; Chair- man Homecoming Committee; F.T.A.; Y.D.C.; Jarvis Hall House Committee; College Union Student Board; Marshal; Inter-Sorority Council; East Carolinian Reporter; Methodist Student Center; Intra- murals; Playhouse; "Carousel;" "Sleeping Beauty;" Dean's Advisory Council; Discipline Committee; S.G.A. Student Presidents and Deans Conference; Pledge Mistress of Tau Sigma






CHARLES LINWOOD MINCHEW Goldsboro

Accounting, A.B.

DOROTHY GLENN MINSHEW Black Creek

Primary Education, B.S. B.S.U.; Square Dance Club; A.C.E.; F.T.A.; S.N.E.A.; College Union Board Committee

BARBARA WELLS MITCHELL Kenansville

Home Economics, B.S. Flora Macdonald College; College Choral Club; Home Economics Club; East Carolinian; Home Economics Reporter, S.N.E.A. B.S.U.

JANICE MARIE MITCHELL Durham

English and Library Science, B.S. English Club; Library Club, Treasurer; Sophomore Counselor; S.N.E.A.

DEMPSEY BROWN MIZELLE Washington

Business and Social. Studies, A.B. Pi Omega Pi, Co-Historian, President; F.B.L.A.; Sigma Pi Alpha; Treasurer; Umstead Hall President; S.G.A.; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

PEGGY ANNE MOBLEY Winterville

Biology, A.B. and B.S. Science Club, Vice-President; Chi Beta Phi, Secretary; B.S.U., Cor- responding Secretary; Religious Emphasis Week Committee

DIANA LEE MONROE Rockingham

Business and Social Studies, B.S. F.B.L.A.; Pi Omega Pi, Assistant Secretary, Secretary; Homecoming Sponsor; Valentine-Queen's Court; Kappa Delta Sorority

BARBARA ANNE MOORE Acme

Primary Education, B.S. Columbia College; Wesley Foundation, Wesley Players; Secretary Wilson Dormitory; Treasurer Wilson Dormitory; Secretary Garrett Dormitory; Social Committee; East Carolinian; Chi Omega Sorority, Chaplain; A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; House Committee Jarvis

MARTHA TETTERTON MOORE Greenville

Primary Education, B.S.

ROBERT NUNALEE MOORE Wilmington

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Wingate Junior College

EMILY JO MOSELEY Rocky Mount

Grammar Education, B.S.

MARGARET TUCKER MOYE, Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. F.T.A.; A.C.E., Publicity Chairman, Historian; Sophomore Counselor

EDNA EARLE MOZINGO Goldsboro

Primary Education, B.S. F.T.A.; A.C.E.; Wesley Foundation; Y.W.C.A.

BOBBY GENE MURRAY Roxboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club

EVELYN JANE MURRAY Roxboro

Music and Piano, B.S. Meredith College; College Choir, Student Director; Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-President, President; Opera Workshop, Leading Role; Musical, "Carousel," "South Pacific;" M.E.N.C; S.G.A. Budget Com- mittee Summer School; Orchestra Soloist; "Messiah" Soloist

JOYCE FAYE MUSTIAN Louisburg

English and Social Studies, B.S. Louisburg College; S.N.E.A.; W.R.A.; Zeta Psi Alpha Sorority; English Club; REBEL

CHARLES FRANKLIN MYERS Thomasville

Music, B.S. Band; Orchestra; Phi Mu Alpha

CLYDE CARLTON MYRICK Littleton

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Cadet Club

Mascot "Buc" takes noon day rest.

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LOUISE JENNETTE McCAIN Elizabeth City

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; College Union Board; Women's Athletic Association; Woman's Chorus; Chapel Choir BETTY LEA McCAULEY, Burlington English and Music, B.S. College Band; College Choir; Sigma Alpha Iota; Special Events Com- mittee; Alpha Delta Pi; Homecoming Sponsor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

GWENDOLYN OLIVER McCLAMROCK Raleigh

Library Science and English, B.S. Library Club, Reporter, Secretary-Treasurer; Delta Chi Delta, His- torian; Playhouse; S.G.A.; S.N.E.A.; Best Trouper of the Year; Best Character Role

DOROTHY PAGE McCLEARY Portsmouth, Virginia

Piano and French, A.B. College Singers

CHARLES EDWARD McDONALD Lillington

Mathematics and Science, B.S.

DOROTHY SUSAN McEWEN Wilmington

Home Economics, B.S. Freshman Class Secretary; Westminister Fellowship; Freshman Counselor; Cotton Hall Sweetheart; College Union Board; College Union Homecoming Sponsor; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet; Home Economics Club; College Marshal; Cheerleader, Chief Cheerleader; May Court; Alpha Delta Pi; Homecoming Sponsor; Homecoming Queen; Candi- date for BUCCANEER Queen; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

MILDRED TAYLOR McGRATH Greenville

Business and English, B.S. Pi Omega Pi

JOHN J. McCANN Dravusburg, Pennsylvania

Social Studies and Science, B.S.

JOE ANN McLAURIN Stedman

Home Economics, B.S. B.S.U.; Home Economics Club

THOMAS NELSON NANCE Greensboro

Georgraphy and Social Studies, A.B. Varsity Club; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Baseball

ROBERT LOUIS NEEDS Columbus, Ohio

Accounting, B.S. A.F.R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Co-Captain; Veterans Club; A.F.R.O.T.C. Drill Team Commander; F.B.L.A.

RAYFIELD MIXON NEEL Washington

Music, B.S.

THOMAS B. NELSON, JR. Jacksonville

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha; I.F.C.

ROBERT LEON NICHOLS Waltsonburg

Business and Social Studies, A.B.

KENNETH ALFRED NIELSON Richmond, Virginia

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha, Sergeant-at-arms, Treasurer; I.F.C; Vice-President F.B.L.A.; Society for Advancement of Management

ORSBON CLARK NOBLE Greenville

Chemistry, A.B. Student Affiliate American Chemical Society

RALPH COLEMAN NORRIS Roxboro

Social Studies and English, B.S. Theta Chi; Basketball Manager; Monogram Club

TOMMY K. NORRIS Greenville

Business and Social Studies, A.B.






JOHN PATRICK O'CARROLL Washington

Business, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi; Veteran's Club

JOE FRANK OGBURN Smithfield

Business,A.B. Mars Hill

THOMAS LEON O'NEAL Manteo

Geography and Social Studies, A.B.

GARY SEVIER OUTLAW Vienna, Virginia

Grammar Education, B.S.

FRED LEMUEL OVERMAN Fremont

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club, Vice-President

JIMMY WADSWORTH OWENS Beaufort

Business Administration and Social Studies, B.S. Sigma Rho Phi; Kappa Alpha; I.F.C.; Canterbury Club; Secretary of Kappa Alpha, Parliamentarian; Vice-President S.G.A.; Presidential Assistant; Sigma Rho Phi Representative to S.G.A.; Point Committee, Assistant Chairman; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVGERSITIES

1959 BUCCANEER editor Adolphus Spain gets ready to distribute the yearbook to the staff members.

MARILYN ELAINE PAGE Burlington

Grammar Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.; Wesley Foundation Hospitality, President; President of Fleming Hall; Women's Judiciary; S.G.A.; Inter-Religious Council; Campus Christian Council

BARBARA ANNE PARAMORE Farmville

Business, B.S. F.B.L.A.; Pi Omega Pi; Y.D.C.; B.S.U.; Jarvis House Committee

DONALD LEE PARK Henderson

Business and Social Studies, B.S. F.B.L.A.; Intramural Sports; Veteran's Club; Pi Omega Pi.

BEEBE OLIVER PARKER Pine Level

Primary Education, B.S.

BETTY LOU PARKER Tarboro

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S. A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.

BLANCO BENJAMIN PARKER Pine Level

Business, A.B. Baseball

WILBARD HOWARD PARKS Scotland Neck

Business, A.B. Kappa Alpha; Intramural Sports

JACOB REID PARROTT, JR. Kinston

Social Studies and Wlefare, B.S. Y.D.c.; Y.M.C.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary

JOHN SCOTT PARSONS Candor

Mathematics adn Music, B.S. Marching Band; Chapel Choir

MARY CAROLE PAUL Edward

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; B.S.U.; Woman's Chorus; Treasurer of Wilson Dormitory; Wilson House Council

GEORGE E. PAYLOR, JR. Roxboro

Industrial Arts, B.S.

CARLOS NEAL PEARCE Asheboro

Business Administration and Social Studies, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha






BETTY JEAN PEELE Goldsboro

Physical Education and Science, B.S. W.R.A., Officer; P.E. Club; Aquanymphs; Science Club

THERESA MAUDE PEELE Roper

Business, B.S. Emmanuel College; King Youth Fellowship; Y.W.C.A.

GORDON L. PEOPLES Williamsburg, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

NINA LAWRENCE PERKINS Stokes

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club

DAVID CARL PERRY Elizabeth City

Business and History, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, President; Music Club; E.C.C. Marching Band; F.B.L.A.

SARAH JENNINGS PHELPS Windsor

Primary Education, B.S.

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Fred Robertson and Tony Mallard te the girls some PIKA "war stories."

BETTY ANNE PHILLIPS Cameron

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S.

EDNA FAYE PHILLIPS Selma

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club, Reporter; Sophomore Counselor

WILLIAM FRED PICKETT Magnolia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

JACK M. PINDELL Raleigh

Music, B.S. Phi Mu Alpha, Vice-President, Alumni Secretary; M.E.N.C, Presi- dent; Marching Band; Concert Band, President; Orchestra; Brass Ensembles; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

LOUISE DICKERSON PLEASANT Roxboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Woman's Chorus

MARY HAYS PLEASANTS Elm City

Primary Education and Library Science, B.S. BUCCANEER; Y.D.C., Social Chairman; A.C.E.; Kappa Delta, Treas- urer; Homecoming Sponsor; Social Chairman of Jarvis Hall; President of Garrett Hall Library Club; S.G.A., Historian; Women's Judiciary; Executive Council of S.G.A.; Wesley Foundation; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

SAMUEL RICHARD POLLARD Tarboro

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

JOSEPH ALTON POND, JR. Portsmouth, Virginia

Science, B.S. Delta Sigma Rho; Lambda Chi Alpha, Historian; Tau Sigma; Track; "Oklahoma;" Varsity Club; Honor Drill Team; Intramural Sports; College Union Student Board; Y.D.C.

ELIZA SANDRA PORTER Greenville

Social Studies, and English, B.S. Y.D.C, Reporter-Historian; Historical Society, President; REBEL, Book Review Editor

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PATSY SPENCE PORTER Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. A.C.E.; Kappa Delta Kappa, Vice-President; I.S.C Fountation

WILLIAM HENRY PORTERFIELD Burlington

Business and Social Studies, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; Radio Club

EVELYN POWELL Clarendon

Business Education and English, B.S. F.B.L.A.

GERALD ANDERSON POWELL Reidsville

Music Education, B.S. Phi Mu Alpha, President; College Choir, Vice-President; Marching Band; Music Education Club; S.G.A. Representative; Music Educa- tors National Conference; Opera Theater; Productions Committee, Co-Chairman; "Messiah;" S.G.A. Musical Productions; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

JUDY ANN POWELL Johnsonville

Business, B.S. F.B.L.A.; King Youth Fellowship; Emanuel College; I.R.C.

ADELL TAYLOR PRESCOTT Richlands

Business, B.S. F.B.L.A.

CARLTON EUGENE PRESCOTT Farmville

Business, A.D. Veteran's Club, Secretary

LARRY HOLTON PRESCOTT New Bern

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. Campbell College

MELBOURNE HENRY PRIDGEN Rocky Mount

Business Education and Social Studies, B.S. Kappa Alpha Order; Pi Omega Pi; East Carolinian; F.B.L.A.; U.N.C.

CONSTANCE M. PRIEST Kinston

Primary Education, B.S. Sophomore Counselor; A.C.E.; Woman's Chorus

BARBARA JANE PRUDEN Roxobel

Business, B.S. B.S.U., Executive Council; Y.W.C.A:, Cabinet, President; Fleming Hall House Committee; Social Committee Garrett Hall

WILLIAM HASKEL PUCKETT Hendersonville

Business and Science, B.S. Gardner-Webb College; Delta Sigma Pi, President; Pi Omega Pi

CHARLES ELROY PUGH Shawboro

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Intramural Sports; Pi Kappa Alpha, Chaplain

ANNE ELIZABETH PULLEY Kinston

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. W.A.A.

BARBARA GAIL RACKLEY Wilson

Primary Education, B.S.

Keith Wilder, homecoming candidate, rides through the homecoming pa- rade.

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THOMAS HAINES RAGLAND Plymouth

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. President Freshman Class; President Senior Class; S.G.A., Chairman External Affairs Committee; Vice-President S.G.A.; Sigma Nu, Chap- lain; I.F.C., Vice-President; Ring Committee; State Student Govern- ment Convention; Parliamentarian S.G.A.; Executive Council; Y.D.C.; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

ROSALYN WORRELL RAILEY Severn

Grammar Education and Geography, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Y.D.C.

BOBBY WAYNE RAINEY Elon College

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Basketball Manager; Baseball Manager; Varsity Club; Physical Education Club

JOHN RAWLS, JR. Windsor

Industrial Arts, B.S. Kappa Sigma Nu, Chaplain; R.O.T.C., Basic Club; Industrial Arts Club; North Carolina Industrial Association; Intramural Sports

BETSY REDDING Asheboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Dorm Vice-President; BUCCANEER; Y.W.C.A.; Y.D.C; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Aquanymphs, Secretary; Aquatics Club; C.U.S.B., Secre- tary; Sophomore Counselor; W.R.A.; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, His- torian; Homecoming Sponsor; Woman's Chorus; Junior-Senior Prom Chairman; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

JOHN REDECKI Wilmington, Delaware

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; Newman Club

SHERMAN A. REGISTER Cove City

Business and Social Studies, B.S. F.B.L.A., Parliamentarian

ANNETTE DUNN REYNOLDS Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. L.S.U.; Program Chairman, Vice-President; S.N.E.A.

LAWRENCE BRENWOOD REYNOLDS Clinton

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi, Vice-President

LINDA GREY RICE Grantsboro

English and Social Studies, B.S.

BARBARA JEAN RICKS Conway

Grammar Grade Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Y.D.C; Y.M.C.A.

IKE FREEMAN RIDDICK Greenville

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Basketball; Circle "K"

MIKE GILLIS RIDDICK Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S.

RACHEL ANN RIDDICK Jamesville

Music, B.S. E.C.C Choir; Music Education Club; M.E.N.C; D.S.F.; East Carolinian; Chapel Choir; Freshman Chorus

ESTHER TYLER ROBERSON Robersonville

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; East Carolinian

HILDA ANN ROBERTS Raleigh

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. W.R.A., Treasurer; Physical Education Club; Delta Zeta Sorority

HILDA MAE ROBERTS Washington Business, B.S. F.B.L.A.; English Club; East Carolinian; C.U.S.B.; Women s Chorus; Marching Band; Concert Band; Varsity Band; W.R.A.

WALTER FREDRIC ROBERTSON Littleton

Mathematics and Science, A.B. C.U.S.B., Treasurer; Delegate to Regional Convention; Committee Chairman; Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian, Sgt.-at-Arms; Math Club, Vice-President, President; Science Club; S.G.A.; East Carolinian Photographer; BUCCANEER, Y.M.C.A.






CHARLES FRANKLIN RORISON Asheville

English and Speech, A.B. Biltmore Junior College; Campus Radio, Vice-President; Television Guild; C.U.S.B.; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman; "Death of a Salesman;" English Club; Y.D.C.

HENRY SHEPHARD ROGERS Williamston

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

MARY DIANA ROSE Pantego

Grammar Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary

MARY ESTELLE ROUNTREE Gatesville

Primary Education, B.S. W.R.A.; B.S.U.; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.

SHIRLEY ANNE ROZIER Saint Pauls

Primary Education, B.S. B.S.U.; A.C.E. ; Library Club; Jarvis Hall House Committee

ELIZABETH ANNE RUSSELL Hubert

Grammar Education, B.S. F.B.L.A.; BUCCANEER; A.C.E.; W.R.A.; Delta Zeta Sorority

JEAN ELIZABETH RUSSELL Dover

Primary Education, B.S. Y.W.C.A.; S.N.E.A.

FREDERICK CARLTON SALTER Sea Level

English and Social Studies B.S. King Youth Fellowship, Y.M.C.A., Cabinet

ALICE LUCRETIA SAULS Fremont

Grammar Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Kappa Phi Epsilon Sorority

Ed Emory and friends put "The word" on freshman girl.

MIRIAM THOM SAUNDERS Wallingford, Pennsylvania

Music, B.S. Bucknell University; M.E.N.C, Secretary; Band; House Council; Homecoming Sponsor; East Carolinian

JOHN DORSEY SAVAGE Goldsboro

Music, B.S. Band; Choir, President; "Collegians Dance Band;Theta Chi Fra- ternity, Vice-President

WILLIAM LLOYD SCARBOROUGH, JR. Buxton

Business Administration, A.B Delta Sigma Pi, Historian

ROGER ARTHUR SCHURRER Greenville

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S.Theta Chi Fra-

EMMA CARLENE SCOTT Stantonsburg

Library Science and English, B.S.

SHELIA ANNE SCOTT Pollocksville

Grammar Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A.

SARAH NELL SEAY Whistler, Alabama

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. Y.W.C.A.; King Youth Fellowship, Vice-President; S.N.E.A.; Em- manuel College

FAYE RIVENBARK SELLERS Wallace

English and Physical Education, B.S. Y.D.C; B.S.U.; Y.W.C.A.; W.R.A.; S.N.E.A.; College Singers; English Club; Marshal; East Carolinian; Alpha Delta Pi

VIRGNIA ROSS SERMONS Greenville

Primary Education, B.S.

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FRANCES ANN SESSOMS Salemburg

Physical .Education^ and English, B.S Freshman Class Treasurer; Woman's Chorus; May Court; Sweetheart of Phi Sigma Pi; Physical Education Club; W.R.A.; College Marshal

WADE HAMPTON SESSOMS, JR. Faiyetteville

Business, A.B. Sophomore Class President; Junior Class .President; Circle "K" Club, Secretary; Ring Committee; Standing Committee; S.GA.

BOBBY RAY SETZER Raeford

Business, A.B. Veteran's Club; Executive Council; F.B.L.A.; Y.D.C.; Society for Advancement of Management, President

LOIS ANNETTE SEYMOUR, Greenville

Primary Education, B.S.

JERRY LYNWOOD SHACKELFORD Auror

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S. Louisburg College; Intramural Sports; Physical Education Club

ROBERT M. SHAFFER Midway Park

Business Education and Social Studies, B.S.

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SHELBY JEAN SHEFFIELD Rose Hill

Music, B.S. Woman's Chorus; College Choir; Sophomore Counselor; Sigma Alpha Iota; S.G.A. Musical Production; Garrett Hall Vice-President; Student Union Board

ELLEN HINES SIMKINS Wilmington

Primary Education, B.S.

HAROLD J. SIMPSON Beaulaville

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Basketball

BROOKIE BARBOUR SINGLETARY Four Oaks

English and Speech, B.S. East Carolinian; Kappa Phi Spsilon; English Club

EARNEST MILTON SINGLETARY Elizabethtown

Social Studies and Welfare, A.B. Industrial Arts Club; Pi Kappa Alpha; Y.D.C.

JAMES MERILYN SMALL Newport

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Campbell College, Intramural Sports; Physical Education Majors Club; S.N.E.A.

BETTY JEAN SMITH Louisburg

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; Garrett Social Committee; B.S.U.; F.T.A.

CHARLES LEE SMITH Washington

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi; F.B.L.A.

EVELYN PATRICIA SMITH Washington

Art and English, B.S. Art Club; Zeta Psi Alpha Sorority, Executive Board, Sergeant-at-Anns; I.S.C.; Sponsor of Kappa Sigma Nu; Sponsor of Zeta Psi Alpha

JACOB MAHLON SMITH Tarboro

Science, B.S. U.N.C.; Campbell College; Sigma Nu, Lieutenant Commander

JOANNE SMITH Deep Run

English and French, B.S. English Club; F.W.B. Fellowship, Treasurer; Representative Bathing Contest; Marshal; Homecoming Sponsor; Sigma Pi Alpha; S.N.E.A. Secretary; Alpha Xi Delta Sorority

JOYCE M. SMITH Edenton

Social Studies and Welfare, A.B. Sigma Pi Alpha; Y.W.C.A.

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LEWIS F. SMITH Fayetteville

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi

SHELBY JEAN SMITH Pink Hill

Primary Education, B.S. Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A.

KATHLEEN SOMERVILLE Plymouth

Business, A.B. Aquanymphs; F.B.L.A.; B.S.U.; Sigma Pi Alpha

MICKY E. SORIE Orlando, Florida

Geography and Psychology, A.B. Geography Club

DAN MITCHELL SPAIN Washington

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary, President; Gamma Theta Upsilon; BUCCANEER, Sports Editor; May Day Committee; Presidential Ad- visory Committee; Homecoming Committee, Parade Chairman; Intra- mural Sports; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

R. ANNE SPEARS Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; College Union; Newman Club; BUCCANEER; East Carolinian; Radio Club

ANN BYRD SPELL Roseboro

Primary Education, B.S. Roseboro Columbia

RENA MAE SPENCER Columbia

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Women's Chorus; Fifthieth Anniversary Pageant

REBECCA DOLORES SPIVEY Winton

English and Social Studies, B.S. B.S.U.; English Club

JANICE KATHLEEN STALLINGS Hertford

English and Library Science, B.S. B.S.U.; Y.W.C.A.; S.N.E.A.; Library Club; Women's Chorus

PETER MILAM STALLINGS Largo, Florida

Physical Education and Social Science, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha; Physical Education Club

RONALD LEE STEPHEN Middle Road

Physical Education and English, B.S. P.E. Club; C.U.S.B., President

MIRIAM STEPHENSON Smithfield

Primary Education, B.S. Music Club; Woman's Chorus; A.C.E.; Kappa Delta

DELLA ANN STOKES Greenville

Elementary Education, B.S. Meredith College; Women's Chorus; Y.W.C.A.; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; W.R.A.; Kappa Delta Pi

MARGARET ANN STOKES Greenville

Primary Education, B.S.

PATRICA C. STRAIN Lumberton

Social Studies and English, B.S. Y.W.C.A.; B.S.U.; S.N.E.A.; W.R.A.; Art Club; Zeta Psi Alpha; Student Union Board

JEFFERSON B. STRICKLAND Salemburg

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha, Sgt. at Arms, Rush Chairman; Vice President of Junior Class; Senior Senator; Physical Education Club; Y.D.C.

JO ANN STRICKLAND Bunnlevel

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. Y.D.C; Kappa Delta; Mathematics Club; Tau Sigma, Corresponding Secretary; S.N.E.A.

Sarah Ewell gets ready to meet the world.

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LYNDA LEIGH STRICKLAND Henderson

English and Social Studies, B.S. Kappa Delta Sorority, Treasurer

MARGARET ANN STRICKLAND Middlesex

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; B.S.U.

THOMAS LINDSEY STRICKLAND Wade

Science, B.S. Campbell College; Y.D.C.; Veterans Club; State Y.D.C. Delegation; Treasurer Y.D.C.

VERNELLE STRICKLAND Mt. Olive

Grammar Grade Education, B.S. Pineland Junior College; Y.M.C.A.; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.

JAMES RUFUS STROTHER Creedmoor

Social Studies and English, A.B.

PATRICIA LOUISE STUART Bayside, New York

Primary Education, B.S. Greenbier College for Women; President of Cotton; President of Garrett; I.S.C.; Kappa Delta Sorority; Women's Judiciary; Senator; Co-Chairman of Entertainment Committee; A.C.E.; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

PATRICIA EASON SUGG Snow Hill

Primary Education and Music, B.S. Louisburg College

CARLTON V. SUTTON, JR. Goldsboro

Business Education and Social Studies, B.S. F.B.L.A.; Y.D.C; Intramural Sports; E.C.C. Marching Band

CONNIE LOU SUTTON Greenville

Science, B.S.

seniors

LEONARD F. SUTTON Greenville

Grammar Grade Education and Physical Education, B.S. Sigma Rho Phi; Veterans Club

MARJORIE WORTH SUTTON La Grange

Grammar Grade Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Student Counselor; Fleming House Officer; Alpha Phi National Sorority

RICHARD HOMAN SWANSON, JR.

Physical Education and Science, B.S.

SYBIL CLAIRE SWINDELL Swan Quarter

Social Science and English, B.S. Y.W.C.A.; Kappa Delta Kappa Sorority; S.N.E.A.; Historical Society; S.G.A.; Parliamentarian; Women's Judiciary; President Jarvis Hall; S.E.A.T.O Conference; Tau Sigma; Wesley Foundation; W.R.A. Methodist European Caravan; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIESS

JOHN COLLINS SYKES, JR. Roanoke Rapids

Music, B.S. Marching Band; Concert Band; Music Education Club; M.E.N.C; "Collegians," Manager; Phi Mu Alpha; Theta Chi

JOSEPH MARVIN TAFT, JR. Greenville

Business, A.B.

SANDRA STRICKLAND TANT Raleigh

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron

FRANCES REYNOLDS TAYLOR Kinston

Grammar Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.

FRED TAYLOR, JR. Griften

Business and Social Studies, A.B. F.B.L.A.

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Willie Stevens listens wholeheartedly as an in- spiring story is told.

LAURA O. TAYLOR Angier

Grammar Grade Education, B.S. S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; B.S.U.; Y.W.C.A.; Counselor; Women's Chorus; Garrett House Committee; Tau Sigma

ROBERT STICKNEY TAYLOR, JR. Semora

Business Education and History, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary; Delta Sigma Pi, Pledgemaster; F.B.L.A.; Pirate

SYLVIA JEAN TAYLOR Vaneeboro

English and Library Science, B.S. English Club; Library Club

JAMES McCOY TEACHEY, JR. Wallace

Chemistry, A.B. Phi Kappa Alpha; Pi Kappa Alpha; Inter-Fraternity Council, S.G.A. Representative

MYRON M. TEEL Bethel

Business and History, B.S.

PATRICIA GREY TERRELL Gibsonville

Business Education, F.B.L.A., Recording Secretary; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet; Garrett House Committee; Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer

BILLY E. THACKER Burlington

Physical Education Club; Varsity Club; Football Manager; Football Trainer

JASPER E. THARRINGTON Henderson

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S.

MARY POWERS THIGPEN Greenville

Gramar Grade Education, B.S.

BETTY EMILY THOMAS Pittsboro

Grammar Grade Education, B.S. Tau Sigma, Reporter, Historian; Kappa Phi Epsilon Sorority, Assis- ten Treasurer, Treasurer; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Angel Flight Drill Team

FLETCHER GRAY THOMAS, JR.

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

PAUL H. THOMAS Washington

Chemistry, A.B.

WILLIAM ROBERT THOMAS Rocky Mount

Mathematics and Science, Mathematics Club

ROGER EVERETT THOMPSON Hoffman

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. Spartanburg Junior College; Wofford Colege; Alpha Beta Gamma; Phi Theta Kappa; Y.D.C., Chaplain; Phi Sigma Pi

ALICE FAYE THORNTON Mount Olive

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; B.S.U.; Council; Woman's Ch

EMILIE MARGARET TILLEY Fuquay Springs

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Treasurer of Cotton Dormitory; Awards Chairman of W.R.A.; Treasurer of Senior Class; Y.W.C.A.; S.N.E.A.

PEGGY MURIEL TINGEN Fuquay Springs

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; Phi Beta Chi, Treasurer, President; Cotton Hall House Committee

BLANCHE BATTEN TOSTO Jacksonville

Grammar Grade Education, B.S.






seniors

JUDITH JOHNSON TRENT Beaufort

Primary Education, B.S.

JAMES EDWARD TRICE Blades, Delaware

Grammar Grade Education and Psychology, B.S. Playhouse; Election Chairman; "As You Like It;" Theta Chi, Pledge-marshal; Alpha Phi Omega, Corresponding Secretary; S.G.A.; BUCCANEER, Fraternity Editor; "East Carolinian," Circulation Manager, Fraternity Editor; Publications Board; Honor Roll; Campus Radio; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

PATRICIA TUCKER TRIPP Grimesland

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club

BEVERLY JEAN TUCKER Moyock

Primary Education, B.S. C.U.S.B.; S.N.E.A.; W.R.A.; Woman's Chorus

LUCY ARNETTE TURNAGE Smithfield

Grammar Grade Education, B.S. B.S.U.; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; B.S.U., Council; Dormitory Officer

GEORGE CRAWFORD TURNER London Bridge, Virginia

Business Education and History, B.S. Varsity Football; Kappa Alpha: Circle K; Varsity Club; President Kappa Alpha; Business Outstanding Student; Monogram Club

JAMES ESTON TURNER Danville, Virginia

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. Senate; President of Slay Hall; Men's Judiciary, Chairman; Theta Chi

MARIAN LOUISE TURNER Winton

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; Wilson House Council

THOMAS TANNENBAUM TURNER Greensboro

Science, B.S. R.O.T.C; Arnold Air Society

ELLA FRANCES TYSON Wadesboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. W.R.A., Physical Education Club; S.N.E.A.; Kappa Delta Sorority

NELL LARITA UMPHLETT Rocky Mount

Music, B.S. College Band, Marching Band. College Singers; Sigma Alpha Iota, President; M.E.N.G; Y.W.C.A.; Baptist Student Union

TONY C. UPCHURCH Greenville

Accounting and Social Studies, A.B.

ERIE DALLAS VERNELSON Harrells

English and Science, B.S. Y.M.C.A.. President; President of K.Y.F.

ANDREW JACKSON VINSON, III. Windsor

Business, A.B.

BARBARA HARRELL VISMOR Oak City

Primary Education, B.S.

JANET LEIGH WADSWORTH Woodville

Grammar Education, B.S. C.U.S.B.

BOBBY LEE WALKER Drexel

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S

DOROTHY WORTHINGTON WALKER Albemarle

Primary Education, B.S. Homecoming Sponsor; Freshman Counselor; College Choir; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Chief Marshal; Dean's Advisory Council; May Court Representative; Homecoming Committee; Social Committee Garrett Hall; C.U.S.B.; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Rush Chairman; "Messiah;" "Best Dressed Student Contestant;" W.R.A.; Intramurals; A.C.E.; Canterbury Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES






THOMAS DERRY WALKER Raeford

English and Speech, B.S. W.W.W.S.; Vice-President; Pi Kappa Alpha; East Carolinian, Assistant Editor, Managing Editor; Marching Band; Varsity Band; S.G.A.; Men's Judiciary, Vice-Chairman.

JUNE BRINN WALLACE Bath

Grammar Grade Education, B.S. A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.

WILLAM HARRY WALLACE Clarkton

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. Phi Gamma Pi; Theta Chi; Creative Writing Club; Y.D.C.; Science Club; Inter-Fraternity Council, Secretary, President

ALICE TALMADGE WALTERS Henderson

Primary Education, B.S. Marching Band, Concert Band. Orchestra; Public Relations Chairman; S.G.A.; Musical Orchestra, Varsity Band; A.C.E.

LOBETTA MARSH WALTERS Monroe

Biology and Science, B.S. and A.B. President Women's Hall; Women's Judiciary; S.G.A.; Science Club, Reporter, Homecoming Sponsor; Chi Beta Phi, Vice-President; B.S.N., President; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

BILLY R. WARD Raleigh

Physical Education and Science, B.S. Physical Education Club; Veterans Club

Dottie McEwen and Nancy Harris for- get studies and relax in the surf.

JAMES DOUGLAS WARD Williamston

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Intramural Basketball; Alpha Phi Omega, Historian, Secretary; Physical Education Club

LOIS MAE WARD Nakina

Business Education, B.S. K.Y.F.; S.N.E.A.

WADE THURMAN WARD Beth

Science and Social Studies, B.S.

EDITH DOUGHTIE WARREN Robersonville

Primary Education, B.S.

GEORGE CLIFTON WARREN Rocky Mount

Business, A.B.

JERRY THOMAS WARREN Spray

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. University of Nebraska; Football; Baseball

TENNYS E. WARREN Mt Olive

Business, B.S. F.B.L.A.; Drill Team Sponsor; Y.W.C.A.; History Club, Historian; Tau Sigma; Sponsor; S.N.E.A.; Wesley Foundation; W.R.A.

BOBBY WAYNE WATERS Roanoke Rapids

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Veteran's Club

JOSEPHINE WATERS Mt. Olive

Home Economics, B.S.

Campbell College; Home Economics Club; B.S.U.; S.N.E.A.

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ECC's new and impressive looking score- board.

EULA PEARL WATTS Whiteville

Grammar Education, B.S. BUCCANEER; Tau Sigma; Y.W.C.A.

JOHN GILLIAM WATTS Woodsdale

Grammar Education, B.S. Y.M.C.A., Secretary-Treasurer; Tau Sigma; S.N.E.A.

DONALD RAY WEBBER Goldsboro

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club

DALLAS SAUNDERS WELLS Williamston

Business Administration and Social Studies, B.S. S.G.A., President; Y.M.C.A.; Veteran's Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

LENORA BRYNUM WELLS Charlotte

Chemistry, A.B. Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society; Science Club

BARBARA JEAN WEST Fayetteville

English and French, B.S. Student Counselor; Sigma Pi Alpha; English Club; B.S.U.

JERRY ROBERT WEST Spring Lake

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Campbell College; Intramural Sports; Physical Education Majors Club

JOHN JAMES WEST, JR. Durham

Business and Social Studies, B.S. A.F.R.O.T.C; Delta Sigma Rho; Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman, President; Intramural Council, President; Tennis, Varsity, Co-Captain, Captain; Tennis Club, President; I.F.C., Representative, Treasurer

JOSEPH AARON WEST Warsaw

Science, B.S. Science Club

ANNIE HARRINGTON WHEELER Aulander

Primary Education, B.S. Grammar Education, B.S.

CORNELIA FRANCES WHEELR Holly Springs

King Youth Fellowship

ANN ELIZABETH WHITE Belvidere

Primary Education, B.S Women's Chorus; Y.W.C.A.; A.C.E.; East Carolinian

DURWOOD WHITE Bethel

Chemistry, A.B.

FRANKLIN C. WHITE Elizabethtown

Psychology, A.B.

JERRY EUGENE WHITE Merry Hill

Business and Social Studies, A.B. F.B.L.A.; B.S.U. ; Executive Secretary






KATHERINE R. WHITE New Bern

Music Education and Voice, B.S. Campbell College; College Choir; College Orchestra; Sigma Alpha Iota; Chapel Choir; Music Education Club; M.E.N.C.

WARREN KEITH WHITE Pine Level

Business, A.B.

WILLIAM JOHNSON WHITE Columbia

Geography and Social Studies, A.B.

JANYCE WHITFIELD Robersonville

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club

JOHN I. WHITFIELD Hookerton

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

JOYCE WHITFIELD Robersonville

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics. Club

seniors

IRENE NANETTE WHITEHURST Stokes

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club, Treasurer

KATHERINE M. WHITLEY Bailey

English and French, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha; English Club

JOHNNY DANIEL WIKE Fort Mill

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S. Football; Golf; Varsity Club; Physical Education Majors Club

JULLIE KEITH WILDER Virginia Beach, Virginia

Psychology, A.B. Kappa Phi Epsilon; Kappa Alpha Rose; Women's Chorus; Sophomore Counselor

WILLIAM H. WILLETTS Leland

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S

CARLISLE M. WILLIAMS, JR. Onancock, Virginia

Business, A.B.

DENNIS EARL WILLIAMS Kinston

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. Mathematics Club, Reporter, President; Freshman Class Vice-Presi- dent; Beginning Physics Achievement Award; Chi Beta Phi

ELLIS EUGENE WILLIAMS Wilmington

Spanish and Social Studies, B.S.

GORDON L. WILLIAMS Mt. Olive

Business and History, B.S.

JO ANNE WILLIAMS Winterville

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E.; F.T.A.

ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Tryon

SociaL Studies and English. B.S. Y.D.C.; REBEL, Book Review Editor, Editor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IX AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

CAROLYN SMITH WILLIFORD Four Oaks

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A.; Social Committee Garrett Hall






seniors

JOYCE ANNETTE WILLOUGHBY Ayden

Primary Education, B.S. Sophomore Counselor; Zeta Psi Alpha, Corresponding Secretary; REBEL; A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.

DELANO REESE WILSON Winterville

Social Studies and English, B.S. S.N.E.A.; Treasurer, Vice-President; Y.D.C.; BUCCANEER; Historical Society, Vice-President, Treasurer; Free Will Baptist Fellowship; Tau Sigma, President

JANET ELIZABETH WILSON Roseboro

Grammar Education, B.S. BUCCANEER; B.S.U.; A.C.E.

KENNETH EUGENE WILSON Rocky Point

Business and Social Studies, B.S. A.F.R.O.T.C; Fleet C. O., Administrative Officer, Commander; Arnold Air Society; Commander, Comptroller; Y.M.C.A.; Y.D.C.; F.B.L.A.

PATRICIA ANNE WILSON New Bern

Primary Education, B.S. Y.D.C.; A.C.E.; F.T.A.

WILLIAM GILBERT WILSON Oxford

Business Administration and Social Studies, A.B. WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

LOIS VIOLET WINSLOW Belvidere

Art and Social Studies, B.S. Art Club; Y.R.C.; Y.W.C.A.; BUCCANEER Staff; Delta Chi Delta, Alpha Xi Delta; S.A.E.A.; Art Club; Y.R.C.; BUCCANEER; Alpha Xi Delta; Y.W.C.A.; S.A.E.A.

CAROLYN CRAWLEY WOLLETT Littleton

Primary Education, B.S. A.C.E. ; Women's Chorus

EUGENE HARRISON WOOD, JR. Enfield

Psychology, A.B. Sigma Nu; Social Chairman

LESLIE HOWELL WOOD, JR. Lillington

Science and Mathematich, B.S. Alpha Beta Gamma; Chemistry Fraternity; Campbell College; Golf Team, Pi Kappa Alpha

MARION M. WOOD Raeford

Health and Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Veteran's Club

PEGGY HOPE WOOD Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Lees-McRae Junior College; Kappa Delta Pi

HILTON CUTLER WOOLAND Washington

Accountin, A.B. Football; Veteran's Club

WILLIAM CARROL WOOTEN Farmville

Health and P.E., and Social Studies, B.S.

ANNE D. WORTHINGTON Winterville

Grammar Education, B.S.

PEGGY O'NEAL WYNNE Williamston

Grammar Education, B.S. Sophomore Counselor; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.

SARA ALICE YOST Weaverville

Primary Education, B.S. High Point College; Mars Hill College; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Y.D.C.; Y.D.C. Delegate State Convention; Y.D.C. Public Relations Com- mittee; Canterbury Club; Garrett House Committee; Jarvis House Committee; Garrett Homecoming Committee

RALPH LLOYD ZEHRING Alexandria, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.






juniors

OFFICERS

president BILLY NICHOLS

treasurer SYLVIA THOMAS

vice president ROY MARTIN

secretary JAY FINNEGAN

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juniors

MARILYN JEAN ALBERNATHY, Denver

SIDNEY NEWBORN ALBRITTON, Hookerton

BESSIE LOUISE ALFORD, Rocky Mount

NANCY CAROL ALFORD, Stanfield

BETTY C. ALLEN, Cedar Grove

DALLAS FRED ALLEN, Ayden

HELEN EIZABETH ALLEN, Louishurg

S. DEAN ALLEN, Farmville

BETTE LOU ALIGOOD, Washington

CLARA LYNDA ALPHIN, Mount Olive

JOHN A. ALPHIN, JR., Fayetteville

WILLIS JACKSON AMAN, Maijsville

NANCY C. ANDREWS, Whiteville

PEGGY ANN ANDREWS, Rocky Mount

PATTY JANET McGEE ARNOLD, Raleigh

WILSON THOMAS ARNOLD, Supply

ROY HERMAN ARP, Syosset, N. Y.

WILLIAM SEYMORE AUTRY, Stedman

ROGER HARDY AVERETTE, Greenville

DELORES FAYE AVERY, Dunn

SONJA DELORES AYCOCK, Wilson

MARY FRANCES AYERS, Washington

JACK THOMAS AYSCUE, JR., Henderson

ALICE LOVE BAILEY, Stantonsbury

BARBARA ANN BAILEY, Woodsdale

GEORGE BROOKS BAINES, Zebulon

BERNICE M. BAKER, Reidsville

REPSY WALSTON BAKER, Farmville

RICHARD WILLIAM BALDREE, Greenville

NELSON ISAAC BALDREE, Ayden

MARY SUSAN BALLANCE, Fremont

MALCOLN JAMES BALLARD, JR., Wilmington

JOSEPH F. BARBATO, Wilmington, Del.

EDITH RACHEL BARBOUR, Willow Springs

PEGGY FREDALYN BARBOUR, Wilsons Mill

WOODROW WILSON BARNES, Rich Square

JOSEPH MORRIS BARRETT, Holly Springs

FRED L. BARTHOLOMEW, Warrenton

ALDEN GLENN BASS, Wilson

KENNETH ELMO BASINGER, Concord

CAROLYN JOYCE BATCHELOR, Scotland Neck

RODNEY SWAIN BATEMAN, JR., Columbia

PATRICIA JANE BATTEN, Lauringburg

PHYLLIS ANN BATTEN, Kenly

OLIVIA GAIL BAXLEY, Lumberton

LOICE FRANCES BAYNOR, Scranton

HARRY PARKER BAYLEY, Swansboro

JOHN L. BEACH, Oak City

JACK MILTON BEALE, Portsmouth, Va.

BETTY LOU BEALES, Washington

CARLTON REID BEAMAN, Snow Hill

BETTY LOU BELL, Atlantic

MARY ZILLAH BENNETT, Shallotte

GLENDA FAYE BENTON, Seven Springs

LORETTA ALLENE BENTON, Hobbsville

JANE CLAIRE BERRYMAN, Greenville

JOE CEPHUS BEST, Goldsboro

BOBBIE ANN BETHUNE, Bunnlevel

DEE BRYSON, Unaka

PATRICIA ANN BIGGS, Rocky Mount

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JERRY NELSON BLACLE, Pinehurst

EARL THOMAS BLALOCK, Greenville

JUDITH ELLEN BLEDSOE, Raleigh

ELLEN REBECCA BLOE, Carthage

EDWARD J. BOADO, Wrightsvitte Beach

TOMMY WINFRED BOGEY, Grifton

MARY SUE BOSTIC, Benson

BRENDA JEAN BOWEN, Plymouth

JEAN CAROLYN BOWEN, Jacksonville

CLAUD MELVIN BOYD, Grimesland

GALIN RODMAN BOYD, Pinetown

ROBERT RICHARD BRADLEY, Roanoke Ra

SAMUEL SWAIN BRANSON, Thomasville

WILLIAM H. BREAZGALE, JR., Wilmington

THOMAS WOODROW BRIGGS, Cameron

DOROTHY ESTHER BRINSON, Arapahoe

BETTY BEST BRITT, Mount Olive

LENA RUTH BRITT, Four Oaks

GENE TERRELL BROOKS, Albemarle

DIANE ELIZABETH BROUGHTON, Zebulon

BETTY ANN BROWN, Williamston

DENCIE KAY BROWN, Lillington

ELWOOD RICHARD BROWN, Harrington, Del.

MARY ELLEN BROWN, Greenville

NANCY VIRGINIA BROWN, Greenville

NINA LOUISE BROWN, Robersonville

PHIL KENT BUCHANON, Sanford

MARILYNN ANN BUCK, Vanceboro

WILLIAM BRYANT BUFFALOE, Garner

LEONA BULLARD, Lillington

NEAL KAY BULLARD, Greenville

MICHAEL LANIER BUNTING, Greensboro

LINDA CARROL BURKETT, Woodville

JAMES LYNN BURGESS, Taylorsville

DON RAY BURRISS, Southport

SHARYN K. BURT, Omaha, Nebr.

MORRIS V. BUTLER, Pittsboro

CHARLES J. BYRD, Mount Olive

ROBERT GENTRY BYRD, Hope Mills

GAYNELLE WILLAMS CADE, Kinston

DARRELL THOMAS CALHOUN, Greenville

CAREY GORDON CANADY, Lumberton

JEAN NARRON CAPPS, Wilsons Mills

EUGENE BRYAN CARR, Godwin

JULIA CATHERINE CARR, Watha

EDWARD EARL CARRAWAY, Newport

MARTHA B. CARRAWAY, Snow Hill

ANITA ELIZABETH CARTER, Raleigh

Bonnie Russ seemed to be smiles in the Homecoming rade.

Dottie McEwen leads the cheerleaders around Wright circle.

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An impressive line-up of stars for our queen contest.

Tommy Matthews shines for ECC on the gridiron.

DONALD WOODSON CARTER, Elm City

MORRIS BELVIN CARTER, Flushing, N. Y.

JOYCE BRANCH CAUSBY, Farmville

LYNNE CHAMBERS, Salisbury

NANCY JANE CHANDLER, Burlington

ALVA L. CHAUNCEY, Greenville

VOLNEY LAVERNE CHRISTIE, Kannapolis

STEVEN L. CLEMENTS, Raleigh

HOY JEFFERSON COBB, JR., Rocky Mount

IDA REBECCA COLEY, Rocky Mount

THOMAS JACK COLLEY, JR., Seattle, Wash.

GEORGE SOLOMON COLTRANE, JR., Kernersville

ROBERT ERNEST COLE, Wilson

CHARLES BANKS CONKLIN, Mehane

DONALD EDGAR CONLEY, Greenville

ROBERT EMMITT CONNOLLY, New York, N. Y.

EVELYN MARIE COOLEY, Apex

BRUCE ARTHUR COOPER, New Castle, Del.

INGRID JONASSEN COOPER, Charlotte

JUDITH ARLENE CORBETT, Greenville

LUCILLE CHEATHAM COULBOURN, Windsor

JAMES ALTON COWAN, Williamston

MIKKI DIANE COX, Jacksonville

NANCY MARGARET COX, Smithfield

LINDA DIAN CRANFORD, Asheboro

DORIS ANNE CRAWLEY, Jamesville

JAMES RUFUS CREECH, III, Greenville

JOHN TROY CREECH, Pine Level

HAYDEN LEO CROOM, Greenville

DAVID SHEPPERD CROSS, Elizabethtown

REBEKAH ELLEN CROUCH, Drakes Branch, Va.

KATHRYN ANN CRUMPLER, Goldsboro

EVELYN BLYTHE CRUTCHFIELD, Winston-Salem JACKIENETTE CRUTCHFIELD, Pittsbow EMILY ROSE CURRINE, Franklinton RALPH DONALD CUTHRELL, Enfield

FREDERICK MARSHALL CUTLER, Pantego

HANNAH BOONE CUTLER, Washington

FREDERICK EUGENE DANIEL, Spring Hope

JUDD WILSON DANIEL, Wilmington

ANN GREY DARDEN, Williamston

ROBERT LEE DARDEN, Candor

EDWIN PARKER DAUGHTREY, JR., Franklin, Va.

ROGER M. DAUGHTRY, Jacksonville

DORIS ELIZABETH DAVENPORT, Greenville

ALBERT LAMM DAVIS, Wilson

ELIZABETH ANN DAVIS, Lucama

JAMES ROBERT DAVIS Bath






LINDA LEE DAVIS, Sanford

MARTHA ANN DAVIS, Clayton

JIMMY LEE DcBRUHL, Tarboro

ROY NELSON DENNIS, JR., Newport

PEGGY JEAN DIXON, Greenville

JERRY A. SANDLIN DOBSON, Beulaville

JOHN THOMAS DOBSON, Edenton

MAUDE LEIGH DOBSON, Edenton

MARGARET LaRUE DOUGHTIE, Whitakers

HERMAN LYNWOOD DRYE, Wadesboro

ERNEST NELSON DUDLEY, Greenville

LINDA GAY DUKE, Albemarle

THOMAS SHERRILL DUNCAN, Angler

MANLY W. DUNLOW, Windsor

BETTIE JEAN DUNN, Henderson

DORIS CLAIRE DUPONT, Plant City, Fla.

GROYER GASTON EASON, Gatesville

NANCY RAWLES EDMONDS, Henderson

CARLTON RAY EDMONDSON, Scotland Neck

ALICE LEOTA EDWARDS, Greenville

BETTE JOANNE EDWARDS, Ayden

EMILY WARREN EDWARDS, Vanceboro

MARY JANICE EDWARDS, Smithfield

PAUL DARVIN EDWARDS, Fayetteville

RICHARD THOMAS EGERTON, Littleton

H. NEAL EGGLESTON, Rocky Mount

BARBARA ANN EIDSON, Timberlake

FRANCES LOUISE ELLER, Greenville

MARGARET JOAN ELLIOTT, Chadbourn

JESSIE C. ELLIS, Tarboro

juniors

JOHNNIE MELVIN ELLIS, Clayton

MATT LEE ELMORE, Doter

ALYCE CONSTANCE ERWIN, Roanoke Rapids

VIRGINIA ANN EVANS, Greenville

JULIA EVANS EVERETTE, Acme

MELVIN HASKELL EZELL, Charlotte

JANET ROSELMA FANSLER, Winston-Salem

PATRICIA CAROLE FARMER, Butner

JONATHAN KERR FELLON, Macclesfield

LARRY LEE FINK, Concord

WILLIAM PETER FINNEGAN, London Bridge, Va.

PATRICIA M. FITZGERALD, Selma

MATTIE LOU FLEMING, Greenville

CHARLES WESLEY FLIPPIN, Mount Airy

MARY HELEN FLOWERS, Rockingham

DOROTHY MAY FLYNN, Richmond, Va.

JOHN KNOWLES FORBES, Bath

JOHN WILLIAM FORBIS, Greensboro

ROBERT DANIEL FORD, Greenville

HARRY LEE FORMY DUVAL, Shallotte

MARY ANN FOSTER, Henderson

THEODORE KING FOUNTAIN, Greenville

DALLAS T. FULLER, Henderson

JOHN ALEXANDER GAINES, JR., Sanford

WARREN T. GAINES, Fayetteville

MARY LOUISE GALPHINE, Greenville

ROBERT J. GALPHIN, Wilmington

ERNEST LOUIS GARNER, Newport

MARY ELIZABETH GARDNER, New Bern

ELMO GASKILL, JR., Atlantic

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SHIRLEY ANN GAY, Clayton

JOSEPH W. GENTRY, Elkin

PAUL HARVEY GIBBS, Glen Alpine

EDGAR ALLEX GIDONS, JR., Willard

MYRTLE KAY GILDEN, Grandy

HORACE THOMAS GILL, Bullock

ROYCE A. GILLIS, Roxbow

LUTHER WILSON GILLON, Kannapolis

KENNETH EARL GINN, Goldsboro

DONALD EDWIN GLENN, Durham

JAMES RICHARD GLOVER, Butner

PATTY LEE GODSEY, Roanoke, Va.

PEGGY GOLDIE GODWIN, Lillington

BOBBY DAY GODWIN. Dunn

PAUL BEALE GOODWIN, Portsmouth, Va.

CHARLES BRANTLEY GORDON, Clayton

THELIS RICHARDSON GORDON, Elizabeth City

ROSE MARIE GORNTO, Wilmington

NANCY LEE GRAVES, Snow Camp

JAMES H. GRAVELY, Mt. Airy

CARLTON WOODROW GRAY. Greenville

JAMES DOUGLAS CRAY, Hamlet

SMITH FENTON GRAY, Franklin, Va.

FRANK EDWARD GRAYIEL, Tarbow

CARROLL JOE GREENE, New Bern

ROBERT BRUCE GREGSON, Asheboro

GERALDINE GRESHAM, Raleigh

KATIE REBA GRICE, Goldsboro

CAROLYN ANN GRIFFIN, Louisburg

JENNY P. GRIFFIN, Williamston

juniors

JOHN WEBB GRIFFIN, Edenton

J. KAY GUTHRIE, New Bern

JACKIE VARRION GUTHRIE, Harkers Island

LEONARD STEELE GUY, Calypso

AMY SUE GWALTNEY, New Bern

NANCY OWEN GWYNN, Henderson

JUNE M. SMITH HADDOCK, Ayden

SARA I.AMARR HADLEY, Wilson

GEORGE SMITH HAISLIP, Hamilton

DIXON STUART HALL, FayetteviLLe

EDNA LORETTA HALL, Candler

GROVER THURMAN HALL, III, Wilmington

JAMES MALCOLM HALL, JR., Watha

WILLIAM LEON HAMITON, JR., Raleigh

CATHERINE LOUISA HANNON, Henderson

JAMES ASHLEY HARDEE, Enfield

JOHN S. HARGETT. Trenton

WILLIAM BLACKLEDCE HARPER. Deep Run

GEORGE W. HARRELL, JR., Tarboro

JAMES PATRICK HARELL, Hertford

ROBERT LAYTON HARRELL, Clifton

GERALD DOUGLAS HARRIS, Bayboro

JANNICE CATHERINE HARRIS. Creedmoor

PATRICIA SHEARON HARRIS, Bethel

ANN ELIZABETH HARRISON, Williamston

LOIS JACQUIN HARRISON, Plymouth

WILLIAM ALTON HARRISON, Williamston

ROBERT G. HART, Plymouth

DAVID LEE HARVEY, Littleton

PATRICIA ANN HARVEY, Thomasville

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A large part of the student body turned out to vote for the BUC- CANTEER QUEEN.

Coach Boone presides over the first pep rally, as Ed Emory and Bill Cain look on.

WILLIE JOE HASTY, JR., Roanoke Rapids

JOSEPH CARL HAYES, Manteo

PEGGY JOYCE HAYES, Clinton

TOMMY ERIC HEATH, Randleman

RONALD JON HENDRIN, Fayetteville

MABLE KAY HERRING, Mt. Olive

TRAVIS LLOYD HERRING, Senen Springs

JUDITH HIGHSMITH, RobersonviLLe

JULIUS HENRY HILDRETH, Wadesboro

HAROLD BURLEIGH HILL, Ahoskie

MARY REBECCA HILL, Kinston

CAROLYN JAXE HINTON, Zebulon

ROBERT EDWARD HINTZ, West Liberty, Iowa

NORFLEET DANIEL HODGES, Washington

RICHARD LOUIS HODGSON, Newark, Del.

GLORIA ANN HOFLER, Hobbsville

RUTH CAROLYN HOLDEN, Blowing Rock

DELOREESS ANN HOLT, Graham

SHIRLEY JEAX HOLT, Burlington

JO ANN HOOKS, Portsmouth, Ya.

JOHX WALTER HOOPER, JR., Yanceyville

SALLY JO HOUSTOX, Beulaville

ANN W. HOWARD, Warsaw

WILLIAM CURTIS HOWELL, Pikeville

JAMES GRASOX HUDSON, JR., Winston-Salem

JOEL BLANNEY HUDSON, Clinton

SAMUEL PALMER HUDSON, Dunn

JAMES MAYNARD HUFFINES, Brown Summi RICHARD LOUIS HUMPHREY, Kinston ROBERT H. HUMPHREYS. Statesville

DARRELL WAYNE HURST, Raeligh

ROBERT L. HUTCHENS, Sanford

PATRICIA ANN INMAN, Lumberton

GEORGE THOMAS IPOCK, JR., Greenville

ANN PHELPS JACKSON, Beulaville

BILLY PAT JACKSON, Dunn

CONSTANCE BRITT JACKSON, Pine Level

EUGENE REID JACKSON, Pantego

THOMAS T. JACKSON, Godwin

JAMES V. JAMISON, Havre de Grace, Md.

JOYCE FAYE JENKINS, Greenville

PAUL DEWEY JEXKINS, Greenville

RUDD LEE JENSON, Portsmouth, Va.

ELIZABETH ANN JERNIGAN, Mt. Olive

GLENN REGINALD JERNIGAN, Charlotte

JUDITH FAYE JERNIGAN, Dunn

ANDREA PITTMAN JOHNSON, Raleigh

CHARLIE LEE JOHNSTON, Whitakers






GLENDA ELLEN JOHNSON, Four Oaks

JAMES BARTELETTE JOHNSON, Lillington

TED JOHNSON, Fayetteville

BARBARA JEAN JONES, Raleigh

CONSTANCE GERALDINE JONES, Snow Hill

NANCY LOUISE JONES, Raleigh

RIDDICK MERL JONES, JR., Gates

SUSAN JONES, Rocky Point

AL R. JOYNER, New Bern

JEAN HELEN JOYNER, Zebulon

JACQUELINE JOYNER, Lewiston

LYNN CHRISTIAN JORGENSEN, Greenville

CALVIN RAY KELL, Robersonville

CEORGE A. KELLENBERGER, Charleston, W. Va.

DONALD EDWARD KELLER, Cape May, N. J.

ANNIE GREY KELLIHAN, Gerro Gordo

BARBARA ANN KELLY, Garner

KENNETH KARL KILPATRICK, Hendersonville

ANNE OVERTON KING, Turkey

NANCY CAROL KINSEY, Laurinburg

LELAND QUINN KNIGHT, Washington, D. C.

RONALD JOSEPH KNOUSE, Winston-Salem

ROBERT HUGH KORNEGAY, Jacksonville

MARLENE LAVERNE LAMM, Spring Hope

EDWARD EARLE LANCASTER, Vancehoro

DONNA GWENDOLYN LANGLEY, Spring Lake

BARBARA JANICE LANGSTON, Goldsboro

PHYLLIS CAROLE LANGSTON, Raleigh

FRED IRVIN LASSITER, Edenton

SUE EVELYN LASSITER, Four Oaks

RUSSELL LAFAYETTE LASSITER, Colerain

JAMES R. LATHAM, Chocowinty

DONALD RAY LAWHORN, Newton Grove

AGNES VIVIAN LAWLER, Goldsboro

MARY LEE LAWRENCE, Tarboro

PATRICIA ANN LAYE, Belmont

HAROLD THELBERT LEARY, Durham

GEORGE NOLAN LEATHRUM, Dover, Del.

JO ANN LEE, Benson

WILLIAM DALTON LEE, JR., Raleigh

BARBARA ROSE LINDSAY, Faison

BRENDA A. LITTLE, Ayden

MARY SUE LITTRELL, Warrenton, Va.

NANCYE ELIZABETH LOMAS, Kannapolis

GERALD F. LOVETT, Wadesboro

NANCY LOUISE LUDLUM, Supply

MARDGE ETTE LUPTON, Belhaven

ROYAL A. LYNCH, Wilmington, Del.

JUNIOR SENATORS

Carlton Beaman and Barney West

Several coeds unload after a weekend away from the books

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JOYCE ANN LYONS, Gastonia

LENORA A. LYTCH, Laurinburg

SHIRLEY MADDOX, Washington

SAMUEL T. MAGILL, JR., Beadfort

GEORGE HARRY MAGUS, Williamsburg, Va.

SIDNEY CORNELIUS MALLORY, WiLLiamston

MARTHA NELL MARCOM, Raleigh

BETTY LOU MARSHROURNE, Spring Hope

JAMES EDWARD MARTIN, Collinsville, Virginia

JOSEPH ROY MARTIN, JR., Greenville

MARY ELIZABETH MASSAD, Benson

LUCY JANE MASSEY, Gaston

WILLIE BYRON MASSEY, JR., Lynchburg, Va.

DORIS ELIZABETH MATTHEWS, Carthage

PASTY MARIE MAYNARD, Warrenton

BETTY CARLENE MAYNOR, Grove Park

FRANK TAYLOR MAYO, Rocky Mount

WESLEY MEARL MEEKINS, Manteo

HILDA LEE MELTON, Battleboro

JOYCE FAYE MERRITT, Kinston

LIL MIDGETTE, Belhaven

CHARLES GARLAND MILES, Richmond, Va.

CAROLYN GENEVIEVE MILLER, Richfield

PATRICIA ANN MILLIKIN, Weldon

juniors

CECIL IRVIN MILLER, Newport

ALTIE KAY MILLS, Chocowinity

BARBARA ANN MILLS, Greenville

JULIAN RANDOLPH MILLS, Roanoke Rapids

BETTY FRANCES MILTON, Lillington

JAMES GORDON MINTON, Belcross

BARBARA ANN MISKELLY, Millville, New Jersey

BETTY JEAN MOBLEY, Winterville

BOBBY RAY MOBLEY, Williamston

MITCHELL STONE MOON, Lynchburg, Va.

SANDRA LEE MOON, Graham

DOUGLAS M. MORGAN, Greenville

JIMMY AUSTIN MORRIS, Kenly

BETTY FAYE MOORE, Raleigh

LEONIDAS J. MOORE, JR., New Bern

MARJORIE KENNEDY MOORE, Kinston

ADINA DEAN MORRIS, Goldsboro

BURL STEVENS MORRIS, Concord

RARRARA ANN MOSER, Julian

MAMIE JEANNE MOYE, Greenville

GARLAND RAY MOZINGO, Goldsboro

SHIRLEY GRAY MOZINGO, Kenly

JEAN YVONNE MULLEN, Hubert

CHARLES RAYE MUNN, Rockingham

RICHARD WALTERS MURRAY, Hampton, Va.

THOMAS ALFRED MUSTIAN, Whitakers

LAURA CECELIA McARTHUR, Greenville

ROBRIE TAYLOR McARTHUR, Pikeville

JEAN ARDYTH McCROSKEY, Badin

JIMI ELIZABETH McDANIEL, Kinston

CLARA ANNETTE McDONALD, Seaford, Delaware

JUDITH ANNE McDUFFLE, Columbia

CHARLOTTE ROSE McLAMB, Four Oakes

VELMA KAY McLAWHON, Kinston

JESSIE LUCILE McLAWHORN, Ayden

LOIS JO McLEAN, Raeford 343

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RACHEL ANNE McLEOD, Sanford

JAMES BENTON McLEOD, Raeford

WILBUR LEE NEWMAN, Chadbourn

MARY BETH NICHOLS, Sims

WILLIAM THOMAS NICHOLS, Greenville

EDWARD LEE NORRIS, Alexandria, Va.

KENNETH CHARLES NORTON, Hope Mills

MITZI KAY ODEN, Hatteras

BETSY BURKE ORR, Robbinsville

LINDABELLE OUTLAW, Vienna, Va.

BETTIE RAE OVERMAN, Goldsboro

JOYCE NELL OVERMAN, Goldsboro

PATRICIA DARE OVERMAN, Kenly

DORIS KAY OVERTON, Norfolk, Va.

PHILLIP EARL OVERTON, Jamesville

SHELBY JEAN OVERTON, Hertford

ANNA KATHRYN OWENS, New Bern

HILDA FAYE OWENS, Fountain

juniors

CAROLINE ELIZABETH PADGETT, Washington

WILLIAM CHARLES PARADEE, JR., Dover, Del.

CAROLYN LEE PARKER, Goldsboro

CYNTHIA TREAVLYN PARKER, Stokes

DAVID WALTER PARKER, Whitakers

EDMOND MILTEER PARKER, Roduco

NORMAN STUART PATTEN, Mt. Olive

JAMES E. PAUL, Belhaven

ANN WHITLEY PAUL, Tantego

CAROLYN PAIGE PEARSON, Emporia

JOSEPH ARNOLD PEELE, Aulander

CHARLES THOMAS PERLICK, Suffolk, Va.

RAYMOND JACKIE PERKINS, Pink Hill

LOWELL GENE PERRY, Colerain

CHARLES LEE PHARR, Tarboro

BARBARA RUBELLE PHILLIPS, Griffon

C. M. PHILLIPS, JR., Wilmington

PATSY BRYANT PHILIPS, Fountain

ALBERT FRANKLIN PINKHAM, Washington

BETTY LOU PIERCE, Gatesville

JOHN GARRETT PIERCE, JR., New Castle, Del.

JAMES ROBERT PILGRIM, Greenville

LOIS MAE PLASTER, Martinsville, Va.

BARBARA SUE PLEASANTS, Raleigh

BARBARA JEAN POLK, Marshville

BARBARA ANN POLLARD, Greenville

HAROLD H. POLSKY, Wilmington, Del.

BOBBY RAY POPE, Lexington

E. CROWELL POPE, Littleton

PENNIE JEANETTE PORTER, Salemburg

JESSE WILLIAM POWELL, Greenville

THOMAS JEFFERSON POWELL, Greenville

ROBERT LOUIS POWERS, Portsmouth, Va.

BOBBIE JEAN PRICE, Seven Springs

DOROTHY ELLYN PRICE, Mount Olive

DIANA TRASK PRIDGEN, East Corinth, Maine

EDWARD LEE PRITCHARD, Elizabeth City

KATHERINE ELIZABETH PRUITT, Oxford

CHARLOTTE MARIE PURIFOY, New Bern

BOBBY EMMETT RAINES, Raleigh

BOB WARREN RAMSEY, Asheville

MARGARET ANN RANKIN, Mocksville

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Industrial Arts Club sponsored a refreshment stand during High School Day.

"Oh honey, I've had such a hard day."

GEORGE W. RAY, JR., Durham

MARY BEA RAY, Selma

PATRICA WHITE REEL, Elizabeth City

HILTON V. RENFROW, Kenly

WILLIAM LEROY REYNOLDS, Candor

CHARLES TRUMAN RHODES, Raleigh

THOMAS COLMAN RICHARDSON, JR., Henderson

THOMAS EARL RIDDICK, New Bern

NACE BROCK RIDGE, Weaverville

THOMAS ALLEN RIGGAN, Macon

DORIS FAYE ROBBINS, Roanoke Rapids

CARROL SAUNDERS ROBERSON, Williamston

ELTON MANNING ROBERSON, Robersonville

RICHARD SCOTT ROBERTS, Granite Quarry

HAYWOOD M. J. ROEBUCK, Washington

EDWARD TURNER ROGERS, Jamestown

SERENA SUE ROGERS, Pink Hill

JANICE STANCIL ROLLINS, Bethel

JAMES B. ROPER, Belhaven

GAILLE IRENE ROUSE, Raleigh

CLAIBORNE CARR ROWE, JR., Ahoskie

WILLIAM CLINTON RUDD, Louisburg

GARNES LANIER RUMLEY, Brown Summit

CARL SAMUEL RUSS, Grantsboro

SYLVIA MARIE SAMPEDRO, Greenville

CLAUDETTE ANN SANDERS, Elizabeth City

AL W. SARTIN, Greenville

BOBBY BENTON SASSER, Goldsboro

NETTIE JANE SASSER, Goldsboro

DIANNE SAUNDERS, Ca-Vel

JAMES ALBERT SAUNDERS, London Bridge, Va.

JANICE CAROLE SAUNDERS, Greensboro

MICKIE SUMRELL SAVAGE, Greenville

JOYCE MARIE SCOTT, Greenville

ROBERT CLYDE SEATE, JR., Greenville

NOAH McKINNEY SEYMORE, JR., Elizabeth City

CHARLES HOMER SHIELDS, Winston-Salem

SUE SHIPLEY, Williamston

GLORIA JEAN SIMMONS, Bethel

GLENN LEE SIMPSON, Burlington

THELMA JANE SKIPPER, Whiteville

CHARLES ISAAC SKULT, Wilmington, Del.

AGNES ANNE SMITH, Grimesland

ALICE FROST SMITH, Garland

BARBARA ILEENE SMITH, Fayetteville

DON SMITH, Portsmouth, Va.

DOROTHY CRAIG SMITH, Zebulon

FLOYD A. SMITH, Griffon






FRANCES RINGGOLD SMITH, Greenville

JOHN MICHAEL SMITH, Gautama

JULIAN CRAFT SMITH, JR., Bethel

M. ELIZABETH SMITH, Fountain

MARKIE A. SMITH, Goldsboro

SANDY GAY SMITH, Kernersville

SUE ELLEN SMITH, Greenville

PATSY JAMES SPAIN, Stokes

CHARLES ANDREW SPANN, Winston-Salem

JAMES H. SPEIGHT, JR., Kinston

ALBERT CHARLES SPELL, Hope Mills

JULIAN CARVER SPENCE, Sunbury

CARROLL ALEXIS SPENCER, Rocky Mount

ORIN RALPH SPIVEY, JR., Roseboro

JOHN THOMAS SPRY, Winston-Salem

GEORGE VERNON STAFFORD, Hamlet

JOHN RUSSELL STANCIL, Angler

JAMES ALTON STARLING, JR., Pine Level

juniors

KEITH A. STARLING, Fayetteville

WILLIAM DAVID STARRETT, Cramerton

MARY ELIZABETH STEWART, Goldsboro

VERNON ERVIN STOCKS, Havelock

JAMES GARRETT STONE, Reidsville

SYBLE BUTLER STONE, Bladenboro

CHERYL GAY STOWE, Raleigh

JERRY WESLEY STRICKLAND, Princeton

DELANA BURRUS STYRON, Hateras

ANN LINDLEY SUGG, Silver Spring, Md.

CAROLYN DALE SUMRELL, Ayden

BETTY FRANCES SURLES, Benson

ROSEMARY KERR SWISHER, Wilmington

CHARLES LARRY SYLIVANT, Stedman

JULIA ERLENE TANDY, Frisco

ANGELA LEE TART, Dunn

BET TAYLOR, Pink Hill

ELIZABETH ANNE TAYLOR, Como

JESSIE ALLISON TAYLOR, Wilson

JUDITH MASON TAYLOR, Chocowmity

OPAL DAWN TAYLOR, Tarboro

TALMADGE RAY TAYLOR, Dunn

WILLIAM SEYMOUR TAYLOR, Linden

CARLTON R. TEW, Tarboro

JOANN TEW, Williamston

CLECIE McKIEVER THACKER, Taylorsville

BERNICE WAYNE THOMAS, Roxboro

PEGGY WALLACE THOMAS, Greenville

SYLVIA ANN THOMAS, Sanford

GENE ELLIOTT THOMPSON, Elizabethtown

ROBERT ARNOLD THOMPSON, Durham

JUDITH DARE THORNTON, Mt. Olive

MARTHA KATHLEEN THURMAN, Rocky Mount

NANCY ANITA THURMOND. Goldsboro

KATYJO G. TODD, Whiteville

CLIFFORD PRITCHARD TOWE, Hertford

PAULA KATHERYN TRIPLETT, Banner Elk

BETTY JO TRIPP, Buies Creek

CAROLYN I. TRIPP, Shallotte

WILLIAM BURTON TRIPP, Ayden

GRACE ELIZABETH TUNNELL, Greenville

SOPHIA ANN TWIFORD, Englhard

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GEORGE ALBERT TURNER, Centerville, Md.

MARY ELIZABETH TWINING, Glen Arm, Md.

DAVID RAY TYNDALL, Goldsboro

CELIA ANN TYSON, Burlington

HENRY LILES UPCHURCH, Pittsboro

SYLVIA LOIS UZZELL, Scotland Neck

MICHAEL JOSEPH VAHEY, JR., Greenville, Del.

DONALD E. VANCE, Chapel Hill

WINNIE LORRAINE VANDIFORD, Hookerton

ANGELINE JOAN VAN DYK, Pantego

JERRY BRONSON VAN DYKE, Belmont

GENE E. VANN, Goldsboro

HARRIETTE ELIZABETH VANN, Benson

HUGH McALPIN VANN, III, Elizabethtown

HENRY C. VANSANT, Hampton, Va.

BEARL D. VICK, Rocky Mount

LINDA GREY VICK, Kinston

HELEN ELKS VINSON, Pikeville

MELVIN HOWELL VINSON, JR., Murfreesboro

DAN CHARLES VISMOR, Greenville

JOHN McDONALD WALSTON, Snow Hill

CHARLES STUART WARD, Bethel

BARBARA JEAN WARNER, Whiteville

BOBBY SMITH WARREN, Mebane

ADRIAN CAROLINE WATERS, New Bern

JACQUELYN OVERTON WATERS, Jamesville

ALBERT ROLAND WEBB, Kinston

DIANE WEBB, Pinetops

GLENN ELLIOTT WEBB, Gatesville

JEAN ELIZABETH WELLS, Wallace

JUANITA INEZ WELLS, Washington, D. C.

BARNEY HUGH WEST, Durham

PATRICA' LEE WEST, Greenville

ALICE C. WETHERINGTON, Robersonville

MARION CAROL WHITE, Hobgood

RICHARD LEE WHITE, JR. Greenville

Roy Dennis takes Barbara Jones for a ride around campus.

Many enjoyed the annual presentation of Wo- mack's Fireworks.

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LINDA LEE WHITLEY, Stantonsburg

TRUXTON S. WHITNEY, Goldsboro

BETTY MAE WICKER. Santford

HARRY LEE WICKER, Sanord

HAZEL ELIZABETH WHITE, Murfreesboro

BARBARA W. WILSON, Greenville

DIXIE D. WILSON, Dunn

DONALD WILSON, Bunnlevel

GUY WILLETTS, Bolivia

ALLEN JEANNETTE WILLIAMS, Hertford

CARENCE SEXTON WILLIAMS, Rocky Mount

DEMPSEY HINTON WILLIAMS, III. Fayetteville

EDGAR VAL WILLIAMS, Wilmington

ELIZABETH MAE WILLIAMS, Burlington

JOAN LEE WILLIAMS, Robersonville

LLOYD DALE WILLIAMS. Scotland Neck

WILLIAM KING WILLIS. Greenville

HARLEY VAN WOODARD, Grifton

BETTY JANE WOODHOUSE, Harbinger

STEVE LEADFORD WOOLARD, Washington

AGNES CORINE WOOTEN, Kinston

MARLENE OVERMAN WOOTEN, Mt. Olive

GLENDA FAYE WORKMAN, Mebane

WILLIAM KENT WORTHINGTON, Winterville

JERRY BARKER WRENN, Cedar Grove

SUSAN M. WYLIE, Arlington, Va.

PEGGY FRANCES WYNNE, Franklinton

MARIE JANET WURST, Palmyra, N. J.

SANDRA MAE YORKS, Durham

MARGARET ALICE YOUNG, Henderson

GEORGE JOHN ZAMBOS, Belhaven

juniors

Our girls whoop it up at the game against Newberry.

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sophomores

OFFICERS

president RAYMOND GILLIKIN

treasurer DOT JONES

vice president OTIS STROTHER

secretary RUBY BRADSHAW

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sophomores

JAMES F. ADAMS, Henderson

KENNETH GENE ALEXANDER, New River

PATSY ANN ALEXANDER, New River

GLENN ROGER ALLEN, Raleigh

LOUIE JANE ALLEN, Four Oaks

WALKER LEE ALLEN, Greenville

WILLIAM GLENN ALPHIN, Fayetteville

EFFIE LEE AMAN, Jacksonville

ERNEST YATES ANDERSON, Elizabeth City

RACHEL WInNSOR ANDREWS, Timberlake

JAMES CURTIS ARLEDGE, JR., Raleigh

MARGIE ANN ATKINSON, Fairmont

SONIA ANNE AZAM, Jacksonville

N. GREY BAGGETT, Kenly

JAMES ZUILL BAILEY, Bishopville, S. C.

JOHNNY FRANK BAILEY, Robersonville

BEATRICE FAYE BAKER, Farmville

DORIS JEAN BAKER, Louisburg

EDITH LOUVINIA BAKER, Burlington

EDNA ELIZABETH BAKER, FarmvilleV

JO ANN BAKER, Tarboro

SUSIE KAYE RAKER, Farmville

JAMES BROOKS BALLANCE, Fremont

GRACIE LEE BARBER, Clinton

EDD BARCLIFT, Charlotte

SUDIE LOUISE BARFIELD, Chadboum

WILLIAM J. BARFIELD, JR., Goldsboro

WILLIAM REGINALD BARNACASCEL, Windsor

MILDRED P., BARNHARDT, Henderson

BRENDA ADELAIDE BARRETT, Farmville

ANN MARIE BARRINGTON, Washington

BUCK K. BARROW, Draper

JUNE CAROLYN BARROW, Draper

VIVIAN CAROL BARROW, Snow Mill

JIMMIE ROSE BASS, Goldsboro

DAN BURCH BATEMAN, Ayden

POLLY GENEVA BATTS, Greenville

CAROLYN LORENA BAXLEY, Lumberton

MARY ANN BAZEMORE, Harrellsville

SIDNEY TAYLOR BEACHAM, Williamston

DORIS MOORING BEAMAN, Snow Hill

WALTER JERRY BEAN, Goldsboro

HELEN IEANETTE RELL, Warsaw

BETTY' JANE BENNETT, Bassctt, Va.

KAREN SUE BEST, Mount Olive

MARY JOHN BEST, Mount Olive

LOIS MARIE BIGGS, Pinetown

LAWRENCE MURAT BLIZARD, Whiteville

CALLA MARSHALL BONNER, Greenville

EDNA MAY BOONE, Gates

JOYCE KAYE BOONE Elm City

MARILYN BOONE, Rich Square

FRANK VERNON BOSTICK, Pink Hill

MILLY HART BOWEN, Greenville

CLYDE BENNY BOWES, Burlington

LOTTIE FAYE BOYETTE, Trenton

DONALD JAMES BOYLE, E. Liverpool, Ohio

RUBY WEST BRADSHAW, Kinston

JANICE A. BRAND. Greenville

EDITH FAYE BRANTLEY, Durham

PATRICA ANNE BRANTLEY, Zebulon

PEGGY LOUISE BREEDLOVE, Nashville

JACK L. BREWER, Kinston

G.W DAWN BRINKLEY, Thomasville

VICKI COOKE BRINN, Chocowonity

WILLIAM JOSEPH BRITT. JR., Fairmont

JULIA REBECCA BROOKS, Oxford

EMILY KAREN BROWN, Roduco

HAROLD ELLIS BROWN, Gibsonville

KATHRYN RAYE BROWN, Mt. Olive






SOPHOMORE SENATORS Jayne Chandler and Ken Trogden

OTIS CARSON BROWN, JR., Rich Square

RUSSELL GREY BROWN, Winston-Salem

WILLIAM ASHLEY BROWN, JR., Williamson

ALEN GRAY BRYAN, Jacksonville

BETTY LOU BRYAN, Lumberton

LUCIAN DILLARD BRYAN, Greenville

VIOLET FAY BRYAN, Mt. Olive

EVELYN MARIE BRYANT, Pendleton

LINDA FAYE BULLARD, Bladenboro

PEARLENE ANNETTE BULLOCK, Sanford

EDWOOD FAY BUNCH, Edenton

PATSY JOAN BUNTING, Oak City

GEORGE ODEN BURBAGE, Bath

BONNIE LEIGH BURGH, Walstonburg

JAMES CROCKER BURNS, JR. Sumter, S. C.

MARGARET LINDSAY BURNSIDE, Raleigh

VIRGINIA CAROL BUTLER, Lillington

CATHERINE WITHERS BYNUM, Raleigh

FRANCES ELAINE BYRD, Bunnlevel

JOYCE ANNE BYRUM, Corapeake

ALICE ELIZABETH CALHOUN, Raeford

JEWEL ELLEN CALLIHAN, Elizabethtown

CAROLINE REBECCA CAMPBELL, Rocky Mount

LINDA WAITE CAMPBELL, Charlotte

L. JULAINE CANNON, Ayden

TRAVIS ANN CANNON, Grimesland

BARBARA ANN CARRAWAY, Swansboro

EDWARD LEE CARROLL, Garner

DONALD H. CARROW, Bath

JAMES HAROLD CARTER, Fayetteville

MARY KATHERINE CATES, Hurdle Mills

NORMA JEAN CATLETT, Dunn

LORETTA ANNE CAWTHORNE, Zebulon

RAVENELL H. CAYTON, Edenton

PEGGY ANN CHAMBERS, High Point

fAYNE CAMERON CHANDLER, Suffolk, Va.

ROSE RANKIN CHASON, Jacksonville

CARVILLE BANKS CLARK, Fuquay Springs

NANCY LUCILLE CLIFTON, Faison

WILLIAM STEPHEN COCHRAN, Washington

MARY HELIN COFFEY, Denton

DINNA ANNE COLLINS, Quantico, Va.

P.OBERT STEWART COLLINS, New Bern

EFFIE LANCASTER COLTRANE, Goldsboro

WILLIAM JOSEPH COLUCCI, JR., Plainfield, N.J.

EVELYN DIXON COLWELL, Clinton

LIBBY GWNETTE COOKE, Mt. Airy

BOBBY EUGINE COOLEY, Scotland Neck

WILLIAM EARL COOPER, Elizabeth City

ALICE CORIOLANO, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

SARAH JANE COTTEN, Holly Ridge

JAMES WALTER COX, JR., Lumberton

JUDITH A. COX, Georgetown, S.C.

LINDA MARIE COX, Frostproof, Fla.

ANN HARRELL CRAFT, Saratoga

TOMMY GERALD CRAFT, Pinetops

CYNTHIA ANN CRANFORD, Greenville

JANET CAROLE CRATCH, Aurora

NORWOOD FOYE CRAWFORD, Jacksonville

EDNA CHARLOTTE CREWS, Winston-Salem

LYNNDA FRANCES CROUCH, Bassett, Va.

MARGARET ANN CUDE, Greensboro

JOE PRESTON CULLIPHER, Oak City






PEGGY JOYCE CULVERHOUSE, Acme

SUZANNE OWENS CUNNINGHAM, Plymouth

LILLIAN ANN CURRIE, Rocky Mount

JOYCE ANNE CURRIN, Graham

JOHN THOMAS CUTLER, Kinston

MARY IANE CUTRELL, Washington

GEORGIA CAROLYN DALE, Wendell

RONDA KAY DANDLIKER, Greensboro

WILLIS JULE DANIEL, JR., Roxboro

GUY WARD DANIELS, Wanchese

MARY GRAIG DAUGHTRIDGE, Scotland Neck

CAROLYN DAUGHERTY, Dover

ELIZABETH LOUISE DAUGHTRY, Tarboro

ANN MARIE DAVIS, Davis

CAROLYN JAMES DAVIS, Bladenboro

HERBERT ISLER DAVIS, Seven Springs

MARGARET ANNETTE DAVIS, Faison

GEORGE RUSSELL DAVIDSON, Milton, Del.

BENJAMIN GORDON DAY. Morehead City

WILLIAM LUTHER DEAN, Tarboro

PEGGY LULA DELOATCH, Conway

NANCY MARIE DENNIS, Raleigh

FRANK GORDON DEW, Plymouth

JAMIS B. DEWAR, JR., Fuquay Springs

EDNA LOUISE DICKINS, Goldsboro

CARL HENRY DIXON. New Bern

MRVEL BURGESS DIXON, Wilsons

Mills JANICE DOBIE, Arlington, Va.

VIRGINIA RIVES DOWD, Richmond, Va.

GARY JOSEPH DOWDY, Manteo

MARY ALICE DOWDY, Bayboro

DENYSE ANNE DRAPER, Manassas, Va.

DAVID FREDERICK DUDLEY, Kinston

PHYLLIS JANE DUDLEY, Grifton

JAMES WILLIAM DUNCAN, New Bern

sophmores

JANIS GREY DUNHAM, Elizabethtown

ALVIN S. DUNKLE, St. Petersburg, Fla.

ELIZABETH GAYLE EAKER, Drexel

VICTOR REGGIE EDGERTON, Oriental

EVELYN MARIE EDMONDSON, Bath

LENDY CARNELL EDWARDS, Greenville

MADLYN EDWARDS, Grimesland

ROLAND WALLACE EDWARDS, Chocowinity

MILDRED KAY EFLAND, Efland

THOMAS WAYNE EIDSON, Greenville

WILLIAM WYCHE ELEY, Ocrocoke

SARA FRANCES ELKINS, Elizabethtown

JOHNNY EDWARD ELLEN, Raleigh

PATSY ELLIOTT, Hertford

DORIS JEAN ELLIS, Faison

BILLY W. ELSTON, Wallace

WAITUS CARROLL ENGLISH, JR., Warsaw

ROBERT JAMES ESTES, Greenville

PATRICIA GAIL EVANS, Selma

SUE CAROL EVANS, Wilson

THOMAS LUCAS EVANS, New Bern

MARY ELLEN EVERETT, Ayden

PATSY DAWES FARMER, Elm City

EDWARD JOSEPH FARRELL, Durham

LEWIS J., FARRELL Durham

JEFFERSON FAUCETTE, Morehead City

KEN FERRELL, Charlotte

JAMES THERON FERRELL, Fayetteville

JAMIS HEWITT FIELDS, JR., Kinston

HELEN ROSANNA FINLEY, Winston-Salem

DOROTHY JEAN FLAKE, Greenville

DAVID BRECKENDIRGE FLETCHER, Edenton

GERALD GRAY FLTECHER, Winston-Salem

RONALD HENRY FOCHLER, New Bern

KENNETH WAYNE FORBER, Macclesfield






Copy Editor, Lib Powell seems to be hard at work.

Gayle Swinson prepares to home for the weekend.

CATHERINE HOPE FORESTER, Wilkesboro

JIMMY RAY FORNES, Greenville

RUTH ELAINE FORTNER, Concord

NANCY L. FOWLKES, London Bridge, Va.

BETTY ROSE FRAZIER, Henderson

CLARENCE WARWICK FRAZZELLE, Richland

JEAN FREEMAN, Windsor

JOAN FREEMAN, Windsor

RUFUS RAY FREEMAN, Roseboro

SYLVIA ANN FREEMAN, Washington

WAYNE THOMAS FRICK, Kannaapolis

CAROL VIRGINIA FULCHER, Buxton

CHARLES ROBERT FULLWOOD, Jacksonville

HAZEL CLEO FUTRELL, Pendleton

CARROLL LEE GEDDES, Fay

IRIS MOORING GINN, Snow Hill

LIZABETH LYNNE GLASSFORD, Jacksonville

RICHARD CHANNING GLENN, Elizabethtown

ELLA MAE GODLEY, Bath

JOHN LARRY GODWIN, Lumberton

WESLEY ROGERS GODWIN, Dunn

JOHN U. GORDON, JR., Philadelphia, Pa.

JAMES MONTROSE GRAHAM, III, Enfield

DORIS MARIE GRAY, Timberlake

FRANKLIN McLEAN GRADY, JR., New Bern

NANCY LILLIAN GRADY, Kenansville

SANDERS WILSON GRADY, Goldsboro

HAROLD DEAN GREEN, Brown Summit

NATHAN J. GREENE, Monroe

FLORENCE ELLEN GRIFFIN, Dunn

SANDRA FAYE GRIFFIN, Jacksonville

VERNIE MAE GRIFFIN, Lillington

JOAN FRANCES GREGORY, Farmville

BETSY ANN GRIMSLEY, Asheboro

JULIA ESTELLE GURGANUS, Smithfield

MARJORIE JANE GURGANUS, Williamston

ROYAL ARLIE GURGANUS, Jamesville

CEGERNA BELLE GURLEY, Goldsboro

HERBERT C. GUTHRIE, Stovall

PHILIP MARSH GUY, Fayetteville

ARTHUR RAY GWALTNEY, Greenville

DAVID SPENCER GAYLORD, Greensboro

SYLVIA HOPE GAY, Farmville

NATHAN HENRY GAY, Gaston

JUDY ANN GAY, Vienna, Va.

NAOMI CAROLYN GIBBS, Raleigh

RAYMOND PAUL GILLIKIN, Beaufort

RICHARD VENABLE HAAR, Greenville

BETTY JOYCE HACKETT, Greensboro

ELBERT GLENN HADDOCK, Ayden

JUDY CAROLE HALEY, Raleigh

PENNY MAE HAMILTON, Hickory

CAROLYN JOYCE HAMMOND, Fayetteville

NANCY FANE HANNOND, Linden

EDITH FAYE HARDU, Ayden

BETTY ANNE HARDY, Winterville

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sophmores

HELEN JEAN HARDY, Hopewell, Va

JIMMY MARTIN HARE, Tyner

CLAUDE FELTON HARRIS, Wilson

DOROTHY LOUISE HARRIS, Greenville

JACQUELINE A. HARRIS, Columbia

JOHNSIE DUNCAN HARRIS, South Mills

REID VICK HARRIS, II, Seaboard

RONALD LEE HARRIS, Kannapolis

ROBERTA ESTELLE HARRISON, Williamston

TED O'XELL HARRISON, Tarboro

EARL DURWOOD HART, Yanceboro

JOHN SMITH HART, Ayden JUDITH ARLEXE HART, Crifton PATRICIA HART, Henderson

LINWOOD E. HARTSELL, Kinston PAUL ROBERT HARVEY, Havelock LIXDA JEAX HATCHETT, Statcsiillc CHARLES EDWARD HAWKINS, Cordova JOHN BRITT HAYCOOD, JR., Norfolk, Ya. JUDITH ERLIXE HEARXE, Henderson CATHERINE LIXDA HEATH, Kinston

lONTCE KAY HEATH, New Bern CAMILLA ANN' HENDERSON, Greenville IUDITH CAROLE HENDERSON, Winston-Salem JAMES ROBERT HENDRIX, Tyncr IRIS DOAN HERRING, Selma NANCY MERLE HERRON, Oakboro REBECCA ANN HIGHSMITH, Greenville

NICK JOSEPH HILGERT, Elizabeth City REYNOLD ALLEN HILL, Kinston PATRICIA RAYE HITCHINGS, Oceana, Ya. ANNA LYNETTE HOBBS, Faison CATHERINE LOUISE HOBBS, Elizabeth City WINDSOR KEITH HOBBS, Warsaw BETTY ROSE HOCKADAY, Four Oaks

CAROLE DAVIS HODGES, Washington

M. EUGENE HODGES, Dunn

SUE NEAL HOLLAND, Gastonia

CHARLES LEONARD HOLLIDAY, Jamcsville

HERMAN DALLAS HOLINGSWORTH, Clinton

EDWARD E. HOLLOWELL, Goldsboro

ROBERT JOSEPHUS HOLTON, New Bern

ALICE KAY HOOD, Goldsboro

SONYA IRENE HOOKER, Rocky Mount

EMMA JEAX HORTOX, Youngsville

HARRIETT ELIZABETH HORTON, Rocky Mount

REBECCA ANN HOUSE, Warsaw

SHELBY JEAN HOWELL, Tyner

SYLVIA ANN HOYLE, Henderson

ALLEN GRIST HOYT, Mt. Airy

JOSEPH ROBERT HUDNELL, Oriental

L. HAY HUDSON, Grimsland

JASPER DONALD HUDSON, Grimesland

LARRY WAYNE HUFFSTELLER, Mt. Holly

LLOYD FRANKLIN HUGGINS, Trenton

PEGGY JOYCE HUGGINS, Whiteville

JACKIE R. HUNDLEY, Draper

SANDRA ELIZABETH HUNSUCKER, Winterville

CAROLYN FRANCES HUNT, Rocky Mount

RONALD ANTHONY HUNT, Okeechobee, Fla.

PATSY FAYE HUNTER, Winston-Salem

THOMAS McLEAN INMAN, Laurinburg

GEORGIA LOUISE IVEY, Thomasville

BOBBY DAIL JACKSON, Rocky Mount

EUGENE DAVID JACKSON, Pikeville

ROBERT LEWIS JACKSON, Wake Forest

STELLA MARIE JACKSON, Fremont

WILLIAM CARLTON JACKSON, JR., Yanceyville

ROBERT L. JAMES, Arlington, Va.

SANDRA RAE JENNETTE, Swan Quarter

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Nancy Berryman and Benny Harker pause to chat in the Col- lege Union.

Betty Faye Moore enjoys herself at the College Union wa- termelon feast.

JOSEPH JUBERT JERNIGAN, Lewiston

FREDERICK LOUIS JOHNS, Fayetteville

BILL JOHNSON, Roseboro

CHARLES ESTON JOHNSON, Roxobel

DONALD RAY JOHNSON, Smithfield

DOROTHY GWENDOLYN JOHNSON, Greenville

J. WAYNE JOHNSON, Greensboro

JOHNNY EDWARD JOHNSON, Roanoke Rapids

JOYCE EVELYN JOHNSON, Angier

JULEA PATRICK JOHNSON, Kinston

NORMA LEE JOHNSON, Coats

MARTHA ANNE JOHNSON, Rcnson

WALTER WILLIAM JOHNSON, Martinsburg.W.Va.

JUDITH READ JOLLY, Greenville

CHARLES CLIFTON JONES, Trenton

DOROTHY KAY JONES, Raleigh

EDITH JUANITA JONES, Littleton

KATIE ELIZABETH JONES, Turkey

NAN HARRISON JONES, Snow Hill

WILLIAM EARL JONES, Swansboro

HELEN IONA JONES, Greenville

ERNEST M. JONES, JR., Littleton

JOHN DAVID JONES, Woodsdale

JOYCE CAROL JONES, Trenton JAMES B. KIRKLAND

NANCY CAROLYN KORNEGAY, Albertson MARY ELIZABETH KNOX, Tarboro LAURA VELMA KNIGHT, Broadway

JOHN JACOB KNARR, FayctteviUe

ROBERT WARREN KING, Elizabeth City

MICHAIL WILSON KILPATRICK, Robcrsonville

IDA GERALDINE KENNEDY, Kinston

BETH KELLUM, Hubert

HESTER MAYNARD KEITH, JR., Fuquay Springs

JAMIE L. KEETER, Winterville

ERNEST GARETH KEENE, Tarboro

BETSY JEAN KEEL, Evertts

BLANCHE KEELS KAMMER, Sanford

JOANNE HURT LACKEY, Roanoke Rapids

KATHERINE CAROL LACKEY, Rockingham

BILLIE LAMM, Castalia

BETTY HOPE LANE, Cary

PEGGY LOUISE LANE, Gates

BRENDA FAYE LANGDON, Raleigh

GENEVIEVE LANGDON, Willow Springs

REBECCA WELLS LANIER, Wallace

SYLVIA LYNETTE LAMM, Lucama

LEONARD G. LAO, Portsmouth, Va.

JEAN CAROYLN LASATER, Sanford

JULIA ELAINE LASATER, Havelock

GERLAD THOMAS LASSITER, Edenton

THOMAS ALTON LASSITER

LINDA LEE LEARY, Edenton

BERTIE DALE LEE, Fairmont

PHYLLIS FAYE LEE, Clayton

RALPH HOWARD LEE, Kinston

CHARLES FRANKLIN LEWIS, Kinston

DAVID JAY LEWIS, Portsmouth, Va.

VALERIA ANN LEWIS, Beaufort

JERRY MILTON LILES, Belmont

ELIZABETH IRENE LINK, Raleigh

JACQUELINE FAYE LINVILLE, Summerfield

DAPHINE JANE LITTLE, Greenville






Margaret Rose Smith smiles prettily in the Homecoming parade.

Part of the ECC gang turned out to support the Pirates at Guilford.

PERRY JONES LOCKERMAN, Clinton

JAMES OL1VEE LOFTIN, III, Mt. Olive

JAMES ANDERSON LONG, JR., Roxboro

JACQUELINE LOUISE LOWERY, Raleigh

BARBARA ANN LUNG, Dayton, Ohio

HARRY FLOYD LYLES, Raleigh

DENNIS PARKER LYNCH, Fayetteville

DONALD BERTRAM McADAMS, Newport News

JERRY McDANIEL, Greenville

THERESA LOUISE McDANIEL, Fayetteville

PATRICIA ANN McEWAN, Cheshire, Conn.

DORA PRISCILLA McGILL, Clinton

HERMAN HASSELL McLAWHORN, Hookerton

SOPHIA CARK McLAWHORN, Grimesland

V. KAREN McLAWHORN, Vanceboro

MARY SUE McPHATTER, Jacksonville

HELEN MARIE McPHERSON, Littleton

BARBARA ANN MANNING, Greenville

BETSY ROSS MARTIN, Raleigh

CHARLES THOMAS MARTIN, Four Oaks

LAURA ANN MARTIN, Macclesfield

LYNDA DAY MARTIN, Raleigh

JOHN THOMAS MATTHEWS, Hertford

WILLIAM NATHAN MATTHEWS, Winfall

VICKI GWEN MAYBERRY, Elkin

GRACE DARE MAXWELL, Dunn

NELLIE BROOKS MEMORY, Kinston

ALPHA MERRITT, Kinston

JOHN MERCHANT, Havelock

LINDA LEE MEWBORN, Farnville

ANN HENDERSON MIDDLETON, Raleigh

MARYLAND R. MIDGET, Sneads Ferry

EUGENE LEGRAND MILLER, JR., Raleigh

MICHAEL HOMER MILLER, New Bern

JOHN DAVIS MITCHELL JR., Woodville

WILLIAM FRANK MITCHELL, JR., Louisburg

WILLIAM BENJAMIN MIXON, Portsmouth, Va.

CONNIE GAYLORD MIZELLE, Plymouth

BETTY AVIS MODLIN, Williamston

EUGENE MOSES MOORE, Kinston

JOHN WILSON MOORE, Macclesfield

LOIS MARIE MOORE, Washington

MARY HAZEL MOORE, Burgaw

THOMAS JAMES MOORE, Goldsboro

REBECCA JANE MORGAN, Dunn

VICKIE LEE MORGAN, Elizabeth City

SALLY ANN MORRIS, Morehead City

JULIA ANN MOSER, Graham

VICTORIA LEWIS MOSSER, Manning, S.C.

JAMES HING MOY, JR., Portsmouth, Va.

MARTHA LEE MOYE, Greenville

LILLIAN BRUCE MOYE, Greenville

REBECCA TRUMAN MURPHREY, Snow Hill

BARBARA GRAY MURAY, Roxboro

JAMES THYLOR MUSTIAN, JR., Warrenton

JAMES WILLIAM MYERS, Colerain






ERNEST GERALD MYRICK, Lillington

DALLAS GRAHAM MYRICK, Weldon

REBECCA SUE NARRON, Middlesex

EMILY NEALE, Wilmington

SANDRA HOLMES NELSON, Jacksonville

HENRY GERALD NETHERCUTT, Beulaville

JEANNETTE NEW, Rocky Mount

JOHN EVERETT NEWBERN, Colerain

LEANN BARBER NEWBY, Greenville

MARY LU, NICHOLSON. Hollister

JACK ALTON NOBLES, Greenville

FLORENCE MOYE NORMAN, Greenville

SHERRILL DEAN NORMANN, Morehead City

BILLY THOMAS NORRIS, Ayden

RAYMOND DONALD NORRIS, Alexandria, Va.

FRANCIS OWEN NUNN, JR., Greenville

BRENDA KAY NUNNEEY, Jacksonville

WILLIAM B. NYE, Oman

EDNA MAE O'BRIANT, Red Springs

STEWART EDMOND ODHAM, Grifton

JAMES SHERWIN ODUM, Hubert

ALLIE JANE OCLESBY, Morehead City

PATSY ANN OLIVER, Turkey

FRANK AUGUSTUS ORR, JR., Raleigh

LOU RAYE OTTAWAY, Greenville

BETTY ANN OUTLAW, Mt. Olive

HELEN JEANETTE OVERTON, Greenville

CLYDE ROLAND OWENS, Harbinger

GERALD WARREN PADRICK, Jacksonville

LOREN TAYLOR PALMER, Burlington

IRIS PAPPAS, Portsmouth. Va.

CARY CLAY PARKER, Hopewell, Va.

WILLIAM TRUSTON PARKER, Ahoskie

JOANNE McDONALD PARKS, Greenville

CAROLYN JOYCE PATE, New Bern

sophomores

MARY LYNN PATE, Williamston

JANET GRACE PATE, Pikeville

KENNETH JOHN PATTERSON, Jacksonville

BARBARA ANN PAYNE, Winston-Salem

JOSEPH RANDALL PEACOCK, Chadbourn

VIOLET REE PEARCE, Castalia

EDWARD EARL PENUEL Jacksonville

CAROLYN GRAY PETTY, Aberdeen

ANN BROOKS PEADEN, Greenville

LEONARD CURTIS PERGERSON, Riedsville

JANE RIDDICK PERRY. Windsor

DAVID LEE PERSINGER, Ayden

JOAN L. PHELPS, Havclock

JOHNNY HARRIS PHILLIPS, Hertford

MARGARET SWAGGERTY PHILLIPS, Carthage

ROGER LEE PHILLIPS, Kenansville

CATHERINE CLAIRE PIPPIN, Zebulon

MARGARET ELLEN PITT, Rocky Mount

KENNETH GERALD PITTMAN, Rocky Mount

JUDITH ADAMS PLEASANT, Angier

SYLVIA LOIS POLLARD, Rocky Mount

CHARLES LUTHER POLLOCK, Kenly

JO ANN POPE, Dunn

CHARLOTTE OTHELA POSEY, Raeford

JUDITH ANNETTE POWELL, Rocky Mount

MARGARET LOUISE POWELL, Whiteville

JERRY HOLTON PRESCOTT New Bern

HAZEL RUTH PREVATTE, Pembroke

JOHN PHILLIP PRICE, Garner

MARY SUE PRICE, Trenton

CORDELIA FAYE PROCTOR, Ahoskie

NANCY LEE PROVOST, New Bern

LARRY DAVID PUCKETT, Fieldale

MARTHA LATRELLE RACKLEY, Clinton

NANCY MAE RACKLEY, Sharpsburg

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LORETTA KAY RAGAN, Durham

CAROLE ANNE RANKIN, Washington, D.C.

PEGGY RAE RATLEY, Lynnhaven, Va.

ARTIE RAWLS, Washington

SYLVIA LOUISE, REAVIS, Henderson

THOMAS MILTON REESE, Rocky Mount

RICHARD ALONZO RENEGAR, Fort Bragg

CHARLOTTE ANNE REXN, Lillington

HARRIET ALICE RESPESS, Bclhaven

AGNES FRANCES RHUE, Swansboro

VIVIAN LEE RICE, Hollister

B. ELIZABETH RICHARDSON, New Bern

MARY ANNE RICKS, Conway

ROBERT H. RIDGE, Asheboro

BETTY ANDREWS ROBBINS, Bethel

BARBARA REE ROBERTS, Smithfield

PATRICA LANE ROBERTS, Farmville

SUSAN ANNE ROBERTS, Washington

THELMA LYNN ROBERTS, Fairfield

MORRIS ALLEN ROBERTSON, Winston-Salem

STANLEY F. ROBERTSON, JR., Kinston

KAY SANDRA RODRIGUEZ, Mexico, Mexico

BETH ANN ROGERS, Timberlake

JAMES B. ROHERSON, Williamston

MICHAEL RONALD ROMANIW, Winston-Salem

GENE ALTON ROOKS, Rocky Mount

ANNETTE LOUELLA ROSE, Wallace

MORRIS EARL ROSE, Mount Olive

sophmores

WALTER CLAY ROSE, Franklin, Ohio

SONDRA ELAINE ROUNTREE, Ahoskie

ADA RAY ROUSE, Kinston

BRENDA MILLICENT ROUSE, Kinston

MARY LINDA ROUSE, Kinston

PATSY JOYCE ROYAL, High Point

MARY FRANCES RUFFIN, Ahoskie

WILLARD LEE RUMLEY, Riedsville

BONNIE JEAN RUSS, Abbottsburg

JUANITA IRENE SAIN, Hildebran

FRANCES SAMIA, New Bern

BARBARA JEAN SASSER, Wilmington

MARY ALICE SASSER, Goldsboro

PERCY EUGENE SAUNDERS, JR., Edenton

LILLIAN CAROLE SAVAGE, Havelock

DORA ELIZABETH SAWYER, Washington

MARY JO SAWYER, Washington

DORIS D. SCARBOROUGH, Wake Forest

EARL EDWARD SCOFIELD, Wilmington

BRENDA ANN SCOTT, Lucama

GEORGE MUSGRAYE SCOTT, Elizabeth City

LLOYD EDWIN SCOTT, Stantonsburg

NEIL A. SEID, Fort Washington, N.Y.

MARY ALYCE SELLARS, Wilmington

JANICE LEE SESSOMS, Lumberton

MARY NELL SHAW, Atkinson

SARAH HAYES SHAW, Durham

HUBERT RAINES SHEARON, JR., Varina

JULIAN WEATHERS SHEARIN, Roanoke Rapids

MARGARET ANN SHEPPARD, Washington

HARREL GENE SHOLAR, Chinquapin

LYNDA ANN SIMMONS, Hampstead

REBACCA GLENN SINGLETON, Red Springs

ELIZABETH HOPKINS SKINNER, Hertford

MYRA LEE SKINNER, Edenton






SARA ELVA SMILEY, Greenville

CHARLOTTE BESS SMITH, Albertson

DAVID MacNEILL SMITH, Atlantic

EVELYN ESTORIA SMITH, Washington

GLENDA FAYE SMITH, Grifton

HARRY ELBERT SMITH, JR., Vanceboro

MARGARET ROSE SMITH, Garner

RUTH BEXTOX SMITH, Windsor

WILLIAM RICHARD SMITH, Windsor

SUE CARLTON SPARKMAN, Saint Pauls

JUDY JEAN SPEARS, Baltimore, Md.

ALFRED REGINALD SPELL, Fayetteville

NANCY JANE SPELL, Turkey

LINDA FAYE SPENCE, Conway

LARRY ROGER SPENCER, Engelhard

E. RACHEL SPIVEY, Hertford

ELIZABETH ANN STAFFORD, Clinton

KENNETH L. STALLS, Washington

SARAH JO STANLEY, Greensboro

WILLIE KEATON STAXLEY, Belhaven

MILDRED PITTMAN STANTON, Lumherton

ALTON BRAY STAPLES, Shawboro

JUDY CAROLYX STEPHENSON, Four Oaks

EDITH CAROL STEWART, Grantsboro

EDITH RUTH STEWART, Broadway

NORMA GRACE STEWART, Broadway

VONNIE LOU STOCKS, Hookerton

CLARA JANNELL STOGNER, Waxhaw

Gene Miller entertains several girls at a Lambda Chi party.

Billy Willis pulls Delta Sig's float in the Homecoming parade.

SAMUEL LAWRENCE STOWE, Raleigh

OTIS FURMAN STROTHER, III, Wrightsville Beach

HARVEY LESLIE STUCKEY, JR., Smithfield

ROBERT STYONS, Jamesville

XELL BERTIE SUGG, Kinston

ELLA GREY SULLIVAN, Goldsboro

HOWARD CONRAD SUMRELL, Greenville

BOBBIE JO SUTTON, LaGrange

DOUGLAS HILBURN SUTTON, Mount Olive

JAN HUBBARD SUTTON, Burlington

JULIA PAULINE SUTTON, Rocky Mount

MARIE LOUISE SUTTON, Kinston

PATRICIA SWINDELL, Swan Quarter

EMILY GAYLE SWINSON, Raleigh

ANNE JEANETTE SYKES

NANCY CAROL TALBOTT, Wallace

MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR, Williamston

PATRICIA ROSE TAYLOR, Oxford

ROBERT EARL TAYLOR, Sunbury

SUE GODWIN TAYLOR, Tarboro

THELMA ELIZABETH TAYLOR, Kinston

VANCE BUNTING TAYLOR, Bethel

FORREST HENRY TEAGUE, Durham

JESSE JAMES THOMAS, JR., Trenton

NELSON N. THOMAS, Ayden

THELMA KYLE THOMAS, Rocky Mount

S. VERNELLE THOMAS, Windsor

WILLIAM GUY THOMAS, Williamston






sophomores

"Is this where I sign up for Night-Life 101?

HOWARD THOMPSON, Goldsboro

LINDA CAROL THOMPSON, Goldsboro

TILLEY PRISCILLA THOMPSON, Gartonio

JAMES ALEXANDER THORPE, Rocky Mount

DAVID WESLEY THRIFT, Pittsboro

T. MARVIN THROCKMORTON, Scottsburg, Va.

WILLIAM HENRY TILLMAN, III, Mount Olive

JAMES WILLIAM TODD, Warsaw

GERALD CREECH TOLER, Princeton

JUNE TOLER, Chocowininty

MARY POWELL TOWNSEND, New Bern

JANICE LORRAINE TRIPP, Haw River

KENNETH TROGDON, Cumberland

WILLIAM NELSON TUGWELL, Walstonburg

ELLEN TURXAGE, Newport News, Va.

LORETTA IMOGENE TURNER, Conway

SARAH KAY TYNDALL, Kinston

ANITA LUCILLE TYSON, Milledgeville, Ga.

JAMES HILTON VERNELSON Greenville

ANNE LEWIS VICKERY, Winston-Salem

JAMES NOAH VINCENT, Greenville

EMILY LYNN VINSON, Autryville

MARCELLE CLAUDIA VOGEL, New Bern

DORIS REBECCA WAYNE, Newborn

RALPH LARRY WATSON, Durham

FAYE STONE WATSON, Greenville

BARBARA ANN WATSOX, Sowland

PATRICIA ANNE WATERS, Elizabeth City

JOHX THAMES WATERS, Jacksonville

BARBARA JEAX WATERS, Washington

LOWELL DONNTE WARREN, Spray

ROBERT ALLEN WARD, Greensboro

SALLIE ANN WALLACE, Greenville

CELIA ANNE WALL, Stoneville

THOMAS EARL WAINWR1GHT, Farmville

LAFAYETTE EARL WESTBROOK, Four Oaks

HILDA GRACE WELLS, Willard

GRAHAM WELLS, III, Wallace

ERHARD GEORGE WEIS, JR., Richmond, Va.

ELIZABETH FRIERS WEEKS, Wilson

ELEANOR SUE WEBB, Greenville

DON WEBB, Stantonsburg

RODNEY LESTER WILLIAMSTON, Hamlet

LEGWYN WILLIAMSTON, Lucama

JOYCE FAYE WILLIAMSTON, Wilson

SHIRLEY ANN WILLIAMS, Fayetteville

RONALD EUGENE WILLIAMS, Henderson

MARTHA LOIS WILLIAMS, Williamston

WAYNE C. WILLARD, Washington

MICHAEL CADE WILKINSON, Belhaven

JERKY LYNN WILKINS, Dunn

ALICE FAYE WIGGNIS, Ayden

MOSES PARAN WHEELER, JR., Williamston

SALLY JEAN WHITTED, Snow Hill

GRACE HOPE WHITEMAN, Edenton

PEGGY JOYCE WHITE, Bath






SHELIA ANN WHITE, New Bern

MARY ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD, Rocky Mount

ROLAND WAYNE WHITEHEAD, Scotland Neck

JACUILINE COLEY WHITEHURST, Hobgood

JOHN EDWARD WHITEHURST, Robersonville

SHELTON D. WHITEHURST, Robertsonville

WILLARD T. WHITEHURST, JR., Bethel

B. TOLSON WILLIS, Elizabeth City

VIRGINIA CAROLYN WILMOUTH, Lynchburg, Va.

C. ELIZABETH WILSON, Mount Olive

ELLEN HARRIS WILSON, Salisbury

MARY LINDA WILSON, New Bern

|ENE CAMILLE WIMBERLEY, Greensboro

NANCY CAROL WTNGATE, Ayden

THOMAS E. W INSTEAD, Wilson

BILLY KEITH WOOD, Clayton

RALPH DANNY WOOD, Martinsville, Va.

E. MAX WOODBURY, Wilmington

DONALD MOORE WOOTEN, Fountain

GLENDA ANNE WOOTEN, Walstonburg

BRUCE WORRELL, JR., Goldsboro

DAVID HAROLD WORTHINGTON, Ayden

WALTER T. WORTHINGTON, LaGrange

ANN CANNON WRIGHT, Elizabeth City

TACK ALBERT WRIGHT, Edenton

JUDY CAROLE WRIGHT, Burlington

NANCY MARTHA WRIGHT, Henderson

JOSEPH HENRY WYNN, Williamston

JO ANN WYNNE, Franklinton

JOSEPH HENRY YOUNG, Southport

CHARLES SIDNEY ZUCHER, Roanoke Rapids

Jimmy and Uke watch as J. B. Edwards puts the Buccaneer to press.

Workers pave new streets for E.C.C.'s growing cam- pus.

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Sophomores take time out to get practical experience in Cards-111.

Only during fire drill at 10:30 p.m. does one see our attrac- tive EC girls dressed in such attire.

sophomore testing grounds

Bill Baker watches Irene enjoy a candy apple at the Homecoming game.

Wonder if Martha is ready for final exams?

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OFFICERS

president DAVID ROCK

treasurer ANN SMITH

vice president BRYCE CUMMINGS

secretary KATRINA CRUMPLER

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What madness is this?

HELEN FAYE ABERNATHY, Rocky Mount

SILAS HOWARD ABERNATHY, Fuquay Springs

IOLA DIANNE ADAMS, Kinston

LOUIS B. ADAMS, JR., Greenville

PATRICIA FAYE ADAMS, Clayton

JIMMY COBB ADCOCK, Rowland

SHERWOOD LEE ADCOCK, Henderson

BARNETT OLIVER ADLER, Raleigh

JANE NORMAN ALBRITTON, Calypso

SANTA LEE ALDRIDGE, Southport

MURRAY MAC ALFORD, Lumberton

ANNE FRANCES ALLEN, Farmville

BRENDA LEE ALLEN, Pantego

CAROLYN JEAN ALLEN, Morganton

FRANCES HUNT ALLEN, Greenville

LINDA CAROL ALLEN, Benson

MARTHA ALICE ALLEN, Wilmington

SHELBY DEAN ALLEN, Williamston

GLORIA ANN ALLIGOOD, Washington

LELAND L. ALLSBROOK JR., Scotland Neck

AUREA LETICIA ALONZO, Mexico, Mexico

RUBY LEIGH ALSTON, Windsor

WILLIE CLOYCE ANDERS, Clinton

BRAYOM EUGENE ANDERSON, Robersonville

MARGARET YVONNE ANDERSON, LaGrange

TRUDY ELIZABETH ANDERSON, Louisburg

SANDRA JOAN ANDREW, Winston-Salem

JANE MARIE ANDREWS, Clinton

ROBERT LEE ANGE, Plymouth

DOROTHY W. ANNIS, Miami, Fla.

PATRICIA ANN ANSLEY, Wilson

JULIA BREADY ANTHONY, Greenville

PAUL LEO ANTHONY, Tarana Terrace

FRED ODELL ARCHER, Portsmouth, Va.

IRELL REX ARNOLD, Fuquay Springs

STANLEY GERALD ARNOLD, Fuquay Springs

JACQUELINE HUNTER ASBELL, Tyner

IOA URSULA AUSTIN, Norfolk, Va.

BARNIE WENDELL AVERETTE, Roxboro

BENJAMIN KERR AVERY, Goldsboro

CHARLES ALLISON ALCOCK, Goldsboro

CAMILLA ANNE BABSON, Roanoke Rapids

JUDITH CAROL BADGETT, Broadway

JUDY LOUISE BAGGETT, Windsor

TINA COOPER BAGWELL, Raleigh

RONNIE ROGERS BAILEY, Wake Forest

WILMA FRANCES BAILEY, Salisbury

LARRY GAITHER BAKER, Drexel

LARRY MELVIN BAKER, Fountain

NANCY MARIE BAKER, Nashville

THOMAS HARVEY BAKER, Fayetteville

JOYCE FAYE BALL, Louisburg

JO ANN BALLANCE, Manteo

MARY KATHRYN BALLARD, Rockingham

DIANNE RUTH BANKS, Angier

PAMELIA EVANGELINE BANKS, Hubert

KAY LUBERTA BAREFOOT, Elizabethtown

JERRY BROOKS BARFIELD, Dunn

ETTA DEW BARKER, Semora

WALTER DAVID BARLOW, Fayetteville

JACKIE COOPER BARNES, Oxford

Joyce Christine BARNES, Wilson

BEATRICE VAUGHN BARRETT, Pinehurst

KATHERINE ELIZABETH BARRETT, Greenville

DELORES LOVE BARROW, Edenton

REBECCA ELAINE BASNIGHT, Roper

MARJORIE CARROLL BASS, Four Oaks

ROBERT MIDGETTE BATEMAN, Ayden

REBA L. BATTEN, Selma

JULIA CAROL BAUCOM, Apex






WALTKR gIBBS BAUM, Bath

CORA SUE BAXLEY, Saint Pauls

GENE CROSBY BAYNOR, Pinetown

BARBARA BEARN, Fayetteville

BOBBY WINFRED BEASLEY, Laurinburg

STEPHEN LARRY BECK, Fayetteville

EDITH ANN BELL, Faison

BRENDA JOYCE BENFIELD, Belmont

ALVIN GENE BENNETT, Bassett, Va.

JUDITH LYNN BERRY, Hampton, Va.

L. JOANN BERRY, Kinston

NANCY LEE BERRY, Hampton, Va.

NANCY ANNE BERRYMAN, Greenville

NELLIE MARIE BEST, Mt. Olice

PEGGY ANN BILLINGS, Raleigh

LOUIS ANTHONY BIMONTE, Bronx, N.Y.

ETHEL JEANETTE BINNS, Siler City

JOHN HENRY BLACK, JR., Cherryville

MARY HELEN BLACKWELL, Oxford

JANICE MARIE BLALOCK, Willow Springs

EMILY BERTHA BLANCHARD, Wallace

CHARLES DAVIS BLAND, Clinton

JESSIE FAYE BLAND, Greenville

ILVIE GREY BLANKS, Roxboro

KATHRYN ELIZABETH BODDIE, Oxford

JEANNETTE ROSE BOLTON, Warrenton

LANA LEE BONNER, Greenville

RONALD LEE BOST, Statesville

Van Banks goes through the ritual of signing out.

ALENANNE BOURDAS, Kinston

LOWELL SEWELL BOWEN, Plymouth

SANDRA MAE BOWEN, West Norfolk, Va.

BARBARA REYNOLDS BOYD, Aurora

GLEN THOMAS BOYD, Washington

EULA ANNE BOYETTE, Lucama

JANICE BERNICE BOYETTE, Greenville

MALRERN LEE BOYETTE, JR., Lucama

HENRY JENNINGS BRAGG, JR., Plymouth

ROSE CAROLYN BRANNAN, Kenly

ROLAND CHESTER BRANTLEY, Baily

THOMAS HENRY BRAXTON, Greenville

JOLINDA BREWER, Grceenville

MARY LOU BRIDGERS, Conway

WALTER CHURCHILL BRILEY, Robersonville

JESSE ALBERT BRINKLEY, Ahoskie

EMILY BRINSON, Grantshoro

WILBUR JACKSON BRINSON, Watha

ANNETTE BRITT, Mt. Olive

NANCY ANTOINETTE BRITT, Raleigh

SHELBA JEAN BRITLE, Conway

JEANNETTE BROCK, Clinton

MARGARET JEAN BROCK, Mt. Olive

BETTY CRAY BROOKS, Reidsville

PAUL BRUCE BROOKS, Alliance

PHILLIP KELLY BROOKS, Asheboro

ANNE LOUISE BROTHERS, Elizabeth City

LAWTON E. BROWN, Magnolia

LUCETTA ANN BROWN, Rockwell

NANCY CARROLL BROWN, Dover

SHIRLEY HENRIETTA BROWN, Gibsonville

SANDRA KAY BRYAN, Vanceboro

HUGH SMITH BUCHANAN, Fuquay Springs

EDDIE ALTON BUCK, Wilmington

THOMAS WINGATE BULLARD, Fayetteville

WILLIAM RAY BUNTING, Williamston

ELIZABETH ANN BUTLER, Siler City

MURDOCK McKINNON BUTLER, JR., Fayetteville

REBEKAH ANN BUTLER, Clinton

DONNTE MORRIS BUTTS, LaGrange

LINDA GREY BUTTS, Angier

MARY IDA BUTTS, Greenville






RACHEL MAE BUTTS, Roanoke Rapids

MERRILL HAMILTON BYNUM, Greenville

CHARLES LESLIE BYRD, Elizahethtown

MARJORIE ELLEX BYRD, Coats

JUDITH IRENE CALHUN, Greenville

ANNE GREY CAMPBELL, Raleigh

DAH CONRAD CAHDAY, Fayetteville

BECKY J. CANNADY, Dunn

JAMES ALFRED CANNON, JR., Raleigh

JOAN FRANCINE CANNON, Ayden

DIANNA LEE CAPPS, Carolina Beach

NANCY LOU CARR. Rocky Mount

CHARLES NODWEY CARRAWAY, New Bern

NORMAN FRANKLIN CARROLL, Greensboro

WILLIAM WRIGHT CARROLL, JR., Dunn

MARTHA LOU CARSON, Durham

PATRICIA ANNE CARSON, Bethel

FRANKIE CARSTARPHEN, Williamston

WILLIAM ALFRED CARTER, Halifax, Va.

HELEN YENDRICK CARTER, Kinston

NORMAN JEFFERSON CARTER, Garland

SANDRA LOUISE CARTER, Kennersville

MARY MARGARET CARTWRIGHT, Elizabeth City

RAY LEGRAND CAULDER, Rockingham

WYNDA LYNE CHAPPELL, Belvidere

LINDA LORRAINE CHAUNCEY, Grifton

TAMES WARREN CHESNUTT, Turkey

JESSIE PARKER CHESSON, Hertford

freshmen

Site of confusion on registration day.

JAMES STEWART CHESTER, Valdese

SHELVIA JEAN CHURCH, Parkton

SHIRLEY JACKSON CHURCHHILL, Winterville

DELORES ELAINE CHAGG, Cherry Point

ARNOLD DEAN CLARK, Drexel

DARROW ROSS CLARK, Jacksonville

LINDA JAYCE CLARK, St. Pauls

MYRA GAYLENE CLARK, Albemarle

SARAH A. CLARK, Spring Hope

SARA WILLE CLARY, Gashing, Va.

ROLAND ERNEST CLAYBORNE, Griffon

LAWRENCE HOWARD CLAYTON, Henderson

JOHN GRANVILLE CLEARY, JR., Greensboro

NATHAN LEE CLINE, Morganton

CAROLYN ELIZABETH COATS, Raleigh

SANDRA CATHLEEN COBB, LaGrange

E. SANDRA COCKRELL, Rocky Mount

NANCY JEAN COGGINS, Rocky Mount

THOMAS BARNES COLEMAN, Rocky Mount

BETTY TOSEPH COLLIER, Raleigh

CARA EUGENIA COLLIER, Linden

PATSY ANN COLLIER, Tabor City

EMILY JOANN COLLINA, Lumberton

NANCY JANE COLLINS, Franklinton

WILLIAM THOMAS COLLINS, Hopewell, Va.

ELEANOR GRACE COLTRAIN, Robersonville

MARY ANN CONDREY, Scotland Neck

MARGARET LOUISE COOPER, Maysonville

RONNIE ANNE COOPER, Greenville

JOE HARRIS COPPLEY, Lexington

JOHNNY NORMAN CORBETT, Elizabeth City

JUDY KAY CORBETT, Snow Hill

ELIZABETH MAE COUCH, Havelock

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COUNCIL, Wilson

LYNDA LYLE COX, Georgetown, S.C.

LYNN ALTON COX, Turkey

ROY SHEPPARD COX, Sanford

WILLIAM BOYD COX, Greenville

DAVID CHRISTOPHER CONE, Raleigh

CLARA FAYE CRAWFORD, Greenville

NANNIE SUE CRAWFORD, Greenville

BETTY LILES CRAWLEY, Littleton

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RONALD MADDRY CRAWLEY, Littleton

DENNIS LAVERN CREECH, Fayetteville

MARGARET ANNE CREECH, Zebulon

LAVERNE EATMON CRENSHAW, Greenville

VIVIAN PARNEE CRICKMORE, Rocky Mount

WILLIAM F. CRISP, JR., Raleigh

JAMES THOMAS CROCKER, Hampton, Va.

EDWARD HUGH CRUMPLER, Goldsboro

KATRINIA CRUMPLER, Roseboro

THOMAS CLARENCE CULBRETH, Plymouth

JUDITH CAROLE CULLIEER, Bethel

JAMES BRYCE CUMMINGS, Greenville

JERRY ALDEN CUMMINGS, Tarboro

JULIANA UMSTEAD CURRIN, Northside

PEGGY JEAN DANIELS, Laurel Hill

OLA MARCELLE DARDEN, Clinton

ANNETTE RAE DARNELL, New Bern

SYLVIA KAY DAWKINS, Rockingham

LELAND ALLEN DAWSON, JR., Lynnhaven, Va.

MARGARET ESTELLE DAVENPORT, Roper

DEE MANON DAVIS, Cary

JOANNE LUCILLE DAVIS, Sanford

LESLIE ALMON DAVIS, Snow Hill

LILLIAN FRANCES DAVIS, Wake Forest

MARY JOHN DAVIS, Hope Mills

PEGGY JEAN DAVIS, Hope Mills

WALTER SHERWOOD DAVIS, Clayton

ALICE FAYE DEAN, Fuquay Springs

ENDA MATIE DEAN, Timberlake

ROGER LLOYD DEAN, Durham

JANICE PEARL DEATON, Goldsboro

VALERIA EDNA DEMERS, New Bern

MILDRED ELIZABETH DERRICK, Greenville

ELIZABETH ANNE DEVANE, Clinton

BRENDA LEAH DEW, Tarboro

CHARLOTTE WRAY DEXTER, Wilmington

GWENDOLYN ANNE DICKENS, Roanoke Rapids

VERNON ELLIOTT DICKENS, Gaston

DORIS DILLINGHAM, Winterville

JANET ANN DILLWORTH, Winston-Salem

CHARLOTTE HAMILTON DONAT, Farmville

JERRY YATES DRAPER, Suffolk, Va.

MOLLY DAVIS DREW, Richmond, Va.

LARRY DAVIS DUDLEY, Beaufort

BRENDA SHERWOOD DUNCAN, Roxboro

GLADYS BEAMAN DUNN, Fannville

LAURA KATHRYN EAGLES, Hope Mills

MARGARET JOANNE EAGLES, Greenville

MARGIE DEAN EAKES, Greenville

JACKIE PAGE EASON, Princeton

SALLY BARBIE EASON, Butnew

CONNIE SUE EATMAN, Wilson

JOHN DAVID EBBIGHAUSEN, Morehead City

CHLEO GLENNIS EDWARDS, Windsor

ERNESTINE EDWARDS, Henderson

HARVEY WILSON EDWARDS, JR., Goldsboro

JERIS LEE EDWARDS, Greensboro

JOE WAITUS EDWARDS, Bladenboro

PATSY ANN EDWARDS, Rocky Mount

THOMAS RICHARD EDWARDS, Greensboro

WINIFRED NELSON EDWARDS, Roanoke Rapids

TERRY GAIL ELKINS, Burlington

PEGGIE JOYCE ELLIOTT, Edenton

BARBARA ANN ELLIS, Faison

MARTHA CARROLL ELLIS, Sanford

WILLIAM BYRD ELLISON, Summerfield

FRANCES CAROL ERWIN, Roanoke Rapids

WILLIAM HOWARD ERVIN, JR., Durham

ROBERT G. EULER, Belhaven

BETTY LANE EVANS, Greenville

Upperclassmen "Big Sisters" of Slay Hall.

Pireate and "Buc" join together to give show at football game.

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DENNIS RAY EVANS, Goldsboro

HIRAM RUTLER EVANS, Greenville

JACQUELINE EUNICE EVANS, Jacksonville

FRANCES MATILDA EVERETT, Roper

SHELVIA JAN EVERETT, Robersonville

SHELBY JEAN EVERS, Lumberton

BETTY CAROLYN EVES, Elizabeth City

MARY FRANCES EVES, Elizabeth City

PAULA JEANETTE EZELLE, Rocky Mount

PATRICIA SUE FAGGART, China Grove

GLORIA DELILAH FAIRCLOTH, Elm City

PAUL RAYMOND FAIRLEY, Point Harbor

FRANCES ELIZABETH FARMER, Washington

LYNDA LOU FAUCETTE, Selma

WALTER C. FAULKNER, Henderson

IRENE SOPHRONIA FELTNER, Raleigh

WILLIAM JOHN FELTS, JR., Norlina

GLENDA ALLYNNE FERRELL, Rocky Mount

JOHN BRINKLEY FINCH, Laurinburg

NANCY ROSE FISHER, Fayetteville

JOE MOYE FLAKE, JR., Farmville

BRENDA RUTH FLEMING, Laurinburg

CAROLISTA CABELL FLETCHER, Edenton

JUDITH ANN FLETCHER, Union Grove

GLENDA SUE FLOWERS, Four Oaks

JIMMY FINCH FLOWERS, Cofield

ANN ELIZABETH FODRIE, Greenville

ROBERT STEVEN FOLKES, Malverne, N. Y.

BECKY LOU FORBES, Williamston

WILLIAM R. FORMICHELLI, Warwick, Va.

ELIZABETH ANN FORTESCUE, Tyner

ELIZABETH DIANA FOSTER, Graham

FRANCES ANE FOSTER, Burlington

KYLE ANN FOX, Portsmouth, Va.

RUSSELL NOEL FRANKLIN, Newport Beach, Calif.

DWIGHT MOODY FRAZIER, Henderson

PATRICIA LEE RREEMAX, Swansboro

CLAUD HUBERT FULLRIGHT, Claremont

DONNIE WILSON FULCHER, Swansboro

LOIS MARIE FULGHUM, Wilson

STEVE COLA FULP, Jacksonville

CHERRY ANN FUTREAL, Rocky Point

JUNIUS WESLEY GADDY, JR., Fairmont

LINDA RAY GALE, Lumberton

SUE GRETCHEN GALLAGHER, Culpeper, Va.

EMMA JUANITA GALLIMORE, Norman

STEVE GALLUP, Greenville

BETTY PARKER GARDNER, Pinetops

JAMES ARTHUR GARDNER, Wilson

NELL DIXON GARNER, Mt. Olive

SARA ANN GARRETT, Elizabeth City

JOHN WAYNE GARRISS. Clinton

GEORGE DEWEY GASKILL, Davis

DAPHINE GASKIN, Clarendon

MINNIE GORDON CASTER, Elon College

CRAVEN BROOKS GAY, Baily

GLADYS EARLE GAY, Louisburg

BONNIE KAY GIBBS, Manteo

RUBY JEANNETTE GILLEY, Jacksonville

GORDON EARL GILLIS, Fayetteville

HEPPIE CAROLYN GINN, Snow Hill

ILA MAE GLIDWELL, Stokesdale

M. ELIZABETH GLOVER, Gastonia

FRANCES MAE GODWIN, Dunn

THURMAN GODWIN, JR., Dunn

DENNIS ERVIN GOFF, Stantonsburg

GEORGE DONNLEY GOLDEN, Atlantic

RONALD W. GOLLOBIN. Elizabeth City

ROBERT ALAN GOODEN, Clarkton

LUCY VICKIE GOODSTEIN, Greensboro

JOHN LAWSON GOODWIN, Apex

BILL CHARLES GORE, Fayetteville

WILLIAM TED GOSSETT, Rocky Mount

JANET KAREN GRADE, Alexander. Va.

JACKIE CAROL GRADY, Selma

SPENCER RAY GRADY, Goldsboro

BARBARA ALLEN GRAHAM, Roanoke Rapids






JUDITH ANN GRAHAM, Efland

THOMAS EUGENE CHANT, Kinston

CHARLES KENNETH GRAY, Bethel

JAMES HENRY GRAY, III, Robersonville

BONNIE ELIZABETH GRIFFIN, Rocky Mount

DANIEL GRIMES, III, Washington

FLORA JEAN GUPTON, Glendon

SANDRA LARUE GURLEY, Princeton

LAURA LEE GURGANUS, Greenville

BETTY JO GUTHRIE, Harkers Island

WILLIAM GRAY GUTHRIE, New Bern

IRVIN LEE GUY, Stedman

KATHRYN BAILEY GUY, Statesville

JANICE SUE GUYTON, Bladenboro

NELLIE RUTH GWALTNEY, Greenville

PAT ANN HACKWORTH, High Point

EVELYN IRENE HADDOCK, Greenville

CAROL JUDITH HALE, Fayetteville

MILDRED OPAL HALL, Four Oaks

WILLIAM NELSON HAMILL, Weldon

WILLIAM RONNIE HALES, Halifax

LYNDA ANNE HAMMOND, Tarboro

RUBY JACQUELINE HAMMOND, New Bern

BETTIE MAVIS HANCOCK, Scotland Neck

BONNIE LANE HARDEE, Greenville

ETHEL FAYE HARDEE, Greenville

SHELVIA JEAN HARDIE, Clarendon

BENJAMIN FLOYD HARDISON, JR., Arapahoe

Betty Derrick gets a surprise birthday party.

MARJORIE MARIE HARDISON, Kinston

EDWARD TAYLOR HARGROVE, Norfolk, Va.

GLORIA JEAN HARPER, Norfolk, Va.

JUNE DEMARIUS HARPER, Kinston

VIRGIL BLACKLEDCE HARPER, Kinston

ALMA KAY HARRELL, Kelford

GERALD LESTER HARRELL, Edenton

HARRY GWYNN HARREL, Rose Hill

NANCY LOU HARRINGTON, Cary

HELEN ELIZABETH HARRIS, Bailey

GLENDA LEE HARRIS, Beaufort

FAMES ALSTON HARRIS, JR., Portsmouth, Va.

JANE FRANCES HARRIS, Plymouth

JUNE MOORE HARRIS, Burlington

KENNETH ALLEN HARRIS, Ayden

LINWOOD ALLEN HARRIS, Greenville

MARY CORBETT HARRIS, Seaboard

MARY GAYNELL HARRIS, Greenville

STEPHANIE HARRIS, Winston-Salem

SYLVIA PARKS HARRIS, Enfield

J. L. HARRISON, Snow Hill

JUDITH LYNN HARRISON, Plymouth

MARY LANGLEY HARRISON, Rocky Mount

ROBERT WAYNE HARRISON, Tarboro

MARTHA ELIZABETH HART, Griffon

LINDA KNOWLES HARVELL, Wallace

JOHN DOUGLAS HARWARD, Concord

SANDRA FAYE HASKINS, Beaufort

CECIL FLAY HASTY, Laurinburg

JOHNNY GRATTAN HATCH, Clinton

KENNETH DEVONE HAWES, Nakina

MARLISSIE DORCAS HAWKES, Willow Springs

HELEN ROSE HAWKINS, Camp Lejeune

RALPH WINSTON HAWKINS, Edenton

HARVERY WINFORD HEATH, JR., New Bern

LYSTRAL HEATH, Townsend, Va.

PAUL CLIFTON HENRY, III, Kinston

JERRY DAVID HENDERSON, Ayden

LAWRENCE DAVID HENLEY, Iron Station

OLIVE GRAHAM HERRING, Dunn

CLIFTON LAXE HESTER, JR., Winston-Salem

JOYCE EASTMAN HESTER, Elizabethtown

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EVENLYN LAVERN HEWETT, Moysville

MARY RETHA HICE, Greenville

CAROLYN ROSE HILL, Dunn

CHARLES E. HILL, Richlands

MARTHA FARMER HILL, Benson

RORERT EDWARD HILL, Kinston

PHYLIS EMILY HINSON, Whiteville

EDWARD MARSHALL HOGAN, Rocky Mount

MAJORIE NELL HOLLAND, Kenly

JOSEPH W. HOLLINGSWORTH, Arlington, Va.

TED A. HOLLINGSWORTH, Charlotte

C. H. Va. ALTON WAYNE HOLLOMAN, Wilson

AUDREY DEANE HOLLOMAN, Harrellsville

CHARLES FRANKLIN HOLLOMAN, Mt. Olive

JUDITH LYNN HOLLOWAY, Fuquay Springs

JOANN WESLEY HOLLOWELL, Aurora

ANNETTE HOLMES, Bowden

GILBERT ALSON HOLT, JR., Troy

ALFORD IESSE HOLTON, Louisburg

ELLA LOUISE HOPKINS, Jamesville

GILES DION HOPKINS, Concord

MELBA GAIL HORNE, Fayetteville

JANET FAYE HORTON, Greenville

DORA MAXINE HOWARD, Pink Hill

JAMES O. HOWARD, Pink Hill

MARY LINDA HOWARD, Swansboro

SUE JENNETTE HOWARD, Calypso

HENRY NEAL HOWELL, Pikeville

freshmen

Ioa Austin represented Ragsdale Hall in the Homecoming parade.

HERMAN BROADUS HUBBARD, Stedman

JANICE FAYE HUBBARD, Stedman

MARY LOU HUBBARD, Elizabeth City

NANCY DEANE HUBBARD, Norfolk, Va.

DONALD KEITH HUBER, Snow Hill

DON FOREST HUDGINS, Fayetteville

ISAAC JAMES HUDSON, Vandemere

JANICE DARE HUDSON, Greenville

JAMES SHEPWOOD HUESTON, Chester, Pa.

MARGARET JOANN HUFFMAN, Gastonia

JUDITH CLAIRE HUGGINS, Council

ANN GODWIN HUGHES, Rocky Mount

LENNTE LEWIS HUGHES, Richmond, Va.

PATRICIA ANN HUGHES, Chadbourn

CHARLES BUTLER HULCHER, JR. Greenville

CHARLES ASHLEY HUMPHREY, Lumberton

ORVILLE LEE HUMPHRIES, Roxboro

NORMA JEAN HUNNICUTT, Raleigh

RECTOR SAMUEL HUNT, III, Burlington

HUGH WESLEY HUNTER, Sanford

ROBERT KORNEGAY HUNTER, Kinston

WILLIAM KENNETH HURST, Norfolk, Va.

REBECCA JOAN HUTCHINS, Roper

AMELIA PAULINE INMAN, Rowland

MARY IRENE INMAN, Lumberton

STUART NELSON INMAN, Whiteville

ELIZABETH ANN JACKSON, Laurel Hill

IDA SUE JACKSON, Dunn

JIM FRANCIS JACKSON, Pfafftown

JUDY FAYE JACKSON, Godwin

ANN ELIZABETH JAMES, Elizabeth City

JAMES ASHLEY JARMAN, Morehcad City

MARY FRANCES JARRETT, Draper

SAMMUEL PAUL JARRETT, Greensboro

JIMMY LOUIS JENKINS, Fairmont

WILLIAM C. JENNINGS, Occoquan, Va.

POLLY ANN JENNETTE, Lake Waccamaw

AMOS CEPHAS JOHNSON, Willow Springs

ANN CAROLYN JOHNSON, Angier

CHRIS RYAL JOHNSON, Benson

DENNIS FLEMING JOHNSON, JR., Granville

FAYE ELIZABETH JOHNSON, Four Oaks

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Ragsdale girls put on their Sun- day best for a dorm meeting.

FRANK WAYNE JOHNSON, Vass

HOWARD LEON JOHNSON, Council

JOHN DOUGLAS JOHNSON, Fuquay

LINDA GAYLE JOHNSON, Thomasville

LINDA MARIE JOHNSON, Conway

SPOTTSWOOD JOHNSON, Smithfield

JAMES MATTHEW JOHNSTON, III, Wallace

LYNDA SHELTON JOHNSTON, Draper

EDNA GRAY JONES, Selma

GENE DOUGLAS JONES, Ash

JASPER L. JONES, JR., Greenville

MABLE CAULEY JONES, Seven Springs

MARGARET FISHER JONES, Nashville

SULTON EVON JONES, Grantsbow

DEETTA OLIVE JORDAN, Apex

DOLORES FAYE JORDAN, Belhaven

RUTH CHAPPELL JORDAN, Greenville

CLIFTON WAYNE JOURNTGAN, Henderson

EDWARD L. JOYNER, JR., Fayetteville

ELLEN GAYLE JOYNER, Knightdale

WHITMEL MADISON JOYNER, Weldon

ELIZABETH SUE KEEL, Jacksonville

FRANCES ELIZABETH KEEL, Greenville

HILDA SHERON KEEL, Robersonville

LOWELL LEE KEEL, Ahoskie

JANIS LYNN KEEN, Newton Grove

ROBERT MAURICE KEENAN, Burlington

SAMMY MARION KELLUM, New Bern

E. J. KENNEDY, JR., Goldsboro

NANCY GRACE KENNER, High Point

MICHAEL WAYNE KEZIAH, Gastonia

WILLIAM EUGENE KIDD, Roanoke Rapids

DONNA LEE KILBY, New Bern

JAMES CLYDE KILLEBREW, Foutain

SANDRA JUANITA KILLIAN, Salisbury

DAWN RAMONA KILPATRICK, Tarboro

DOROTHY RUTH KING, Morehead

HILDA GRAY KING, Freeland

NANCY GUY KING, Norfolk, Va.

ROBERT NEAL KINGREY, Norfolk, Va.

DIANA HOPE KINION, Bath

SUE ELLA KNEESHAW, Lagrange

RODNEY LEE KNOWLES, New Bern

SIDNEY GALE KOONCE, Rocky Mount

ANNE MABLE KOPLEY, Garden City, N. Y.

GARY EDWARD LAKIN, Portsmouth, Va.

JUDITH ANN LAMBERT, Fayetteville

RICHARD LEROY LAMBETH, Rockingham

CHARLES GRADIS LANCASTER, JR., Windsor

MARY JO LANCASTER, Windsor

DAVE LANE, Goldsboro

JOHN THOMAS LANE, III, Hertford

RUBY JELYNN LANGDON, Smithfield

IVY DORIAN LANIER, Chinquopin

DAVID LEE LARIMORE, Winston-Salem

LONNIE WAYNE LASSITER, Roanoke Rapids

SHELDON RAY LASSITER, Gatesville

ELIZABETH ANN LAWS, Goldsboro

CAROLYN LAYTON, Raleigh

MARY GWYNOLYN LEACH, Rockingham

THOMAS GRANT LEARY, JR., Alliance

JOYCE RANDOLPH LEE, Richlands

MARGIE FAYE LEE, Deep Run

ROBERT A. LEE, Faison

SUDIE MAE LEE, Williamston

VICKIE LOW LEE, Coats

MARSHALL WADE LEFAVOR, Norfolk, Va.

SANDRA MARIE LEGGETT, Plymouth

PATRICIA ANN LENTZ, Hickory

JUDITH CAROL LEONARD, Rocky Mount






SELENA ELIZABETH LEONHARDT, Cherryville

IRA GAIL LEWIS, Winnabow

JOHN HENRY LEWIS. Morehead City

CAROLYN NEAL LILES, Littleton

VIVIAN WYNNE LINDSEY, Plymouth

CURTIS WAYNE LINEBERRY, Ramseur

ROBERT WAYNE LIVESAY, Portsmouth, Va.

MORRIS FRANKLIN LIVINGSTON, Laurmburg

MARY FARRIOR LOFTIN, Mt. Olive

MARGARET SUSAN LOFTIS, Madison

LINDA KATHRYN LONG, Rockingham

MICHAEL ELMER LONG, New Bern

ROBERT HENRY LOVIC, Plymouth

NEIL E. LOY, Pantego

SUE ANN LUPTON, Greenville

MATALIE M. LYNCH, Raleigh

PRISCILLA FAYE LYNCH, Roanoke Rapids

MARTHA JANE LYON, Durham

ROBERT EDWARD MABRY, Albemarle

CHARLES EDWARD MAHAFFEY, Elizabeth City

DONALD HAROLD MALLARD, Trenton

EDITH ANN MALLARD, Burgaui

CECELIA GAYLE MANN, Jacksonville

LINDA FAYE MANN, Burlington

RICHARD MATHIAS MANSFIELD. Ill, Camden

PORTIA ANN MARLOW, Portsmouth, Va.

SANDRA GLENN MARROW, Roper

BOWIE GRAY MARTIN, Wilson

freshmen

Cotten Hall taken on new looks for home- coming.

MARSHALL GLENN MARTIN, Princeton

WILLIAM LYNWOOD MARTIN, Rassett, Va.

JIMMIE EDWARD MASON, Apex

JACK L. MATHERS, New Providence, N. J.

GLENN MAN MATTHEWS. Lillington

JOHN VIVIAN MATTHEWS, Hertford

JOHNNY RAY MATTHEW'S, Vancehoro

JUDITH LEE MATTHEWS, Lillington

RONDALL RAY MATTHEWS, Linden

MARY EVELYN MAUNEY. Shelby

PATRICIA ANN MAXWELL, Raeford

CELIA PITTS MAY, Bailey

MARY ANN MAYO, Burlington

SARAH KATHRYN MEADOWS, Ayden

GARY ANDREW MEEKS, Leaksville

BONNIE LUCRETIA MEIGGS, Maysville

ANNIE MARGARET MELTON, Enfield

[OE ALEX MEMORY, Whiteville

KEN MEREDITH, Charlotte

WILLIAM B. MEREDITH, JR., Va. Beach, Va.

ROBERT A. MEWBORN, Seven Springs

SALLIE MAE MEWBORN, Grifton

JAMES CARROLL MILLER, Elizabeth City

BERNARD DEAN MILLS, Henderson

[IMMY LUTHER MILLS, Williamston

RONALD TALOR MILHOLLAND, Durham

RICHARD LEE MIMS, Alexandria. Va.

RALPH DELMAR MINCLEW, Wallace

FRANK LINWOOD MINTER, JR., Portsmouth, V,

EDWARD FRANKLIN MINTZ, Bolivia

CHARLES A. MITCHELL. New Bern

MARGARET JOYCE MITCHELL, Greens

ARLEN EUGENE MIZELL, Williamston

VERNON LEE MISENHEIMER, Denton

MARIANN MONK, Ahoskie

BOBBY EUGENE MONROE, Cameron

LINDSEY GLENN MOONEY, Fairfield

DOROTHY BARKLEY MOORE, North Wilkesboro

EMILY LOU MOORE, Rocky Mount

JERRY WALTER MOORE, Raleigh

JUDITH ANN MOORE, Georgetown S. C.

KENNETH EUGENE MOORE, Winston-Salem

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ROBERT EUGENE MOORE, Roanoke Rapids

EMMA SUE MORGAN, Washington

CAROLYN ANN MORRIS Spring Lake

JEAN CARROLL MORRIS, Elizabeth City

RALPH WINSTON MORRIS, Barnwell, S. C.

ROY LEE MORRIS, Denton

JOHN W. MORRISETTE, Newport News, Va.

LINDA KAY MORSE, Rockingham

PEGGY ANN MORSE, Rockingham

PATRICIA ANNE MORTON Greensille

WAYNE KELLUM MORTON, Jacksonville

MARY HELEN MUMFORD Kintson

MARY ALICE MUNN, Rockingham

BONNIE LYNN MUCHISON, Rocky Mount

JUDY VELMA MURPHY, Southport

THOMAS WAVELL MURRAY, Spray

GEORGE ALLEN MUSE, Alexandria, Va.

WILSON COOPER McARTHUR, Rockledge, Fla.

LELIA CAROLE McCAIN, Waxhaw

GAIL ELIZABETH McCLAMROCK, Raleigh

L. SUE McCORKLE, Raleigh

LOUIS JORDAN McCOTTER, Grifton

JAMES LLOYD McCOY, Laurinburg

SAMUEL EDWARD McCOY, III, Griffon

RONALD DRAPER McCREA, Durham

GEORGE WILL McCUISTON, Burlington

CAROL LOUISE McCULLEN, Clinton

DIANE McCULLEY, Quantico, Va.

NATHAN EUGENE McGEE, Conover

MARY JANE McHUGH, Deep Run

LINDA ELAINE McKEEL, Powellsville

MELTON AONZA McLAURIN, Wade

WILLIE JEAN McLAWHORN, Greenville

MYRNA RUTH McRAE, Lakeview

EVELYN DIANE NADELMAN, Rocky Mount

JERRY EUGENE NANCE, Winston-Salem

PHYLLIS DEAN NASH, Monroe

MARY DUNNE NEAL, Roanoke Rapids

RONNIE LANE NEAL, Walkertower

CHARLES THOMAS NELSON, Raleigh

ELOISE ANN NELSON, New Bern

ROBERT RAY NELSON, New Bern

MADALINE ETHEL NERLINGER, Brevard

ELTON LEE NEWBERN, JR., Colerain

MARTHA JEAN NEWBERN, Elizabeth City

JOHN LEONARD NICHOLAS, Hampton, Va.

JOSEPH LEE NOBLE, Trenton

LINDA LOUISE NORMAN, Roper

MERLE EDWIN NORRIS, Chadbourn

WALTER E. NORRIS, Gaston

JERRY LEE NORTON, Loris, S. C.

MARGARET LUCIDA NORVILLE, Falkland

SANDRA JEANE NORWOOD, Durham

RON ODELL OATES, Fayetteville

DONALD RAY O'BRIEN, Oxford

VICKIE LEE ODOM, Rocky Mount

RACHEL GRADY OGBURN, Angier

PHYLLIS GAYLE OLIVER, Randleman

WILLIAM HENRY OLIVER, Plymouth

RANDOLPH GARLAND O'NEAL, JR., Wanchese

JAMES HUGH ORAYHON. Mt. Olive

ELLA MAE ORMOND, Ayden

LOTTIE FAYE OUTLAW, Kinston .

JUDITH LYNN OVERMAN, Fremont

JUDY LYNN OVERSTREET, Washington, D. C.

CAROL ANN OWENS, Plymouth

JOHN ALLEN OWENS, Beaufort

JOSEPH STANCIL PADGETT, Weldon

JANE ELIZABETH PAGE, Lincolnton

JANE LEE PAGE, Greenville

Upperclassmen "Big Sisters" of Cot- ten Hall.

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First place prize winning dorm desigr being built by Slay Hall girls.

JEANETTE ELIZABETH PAGE, Fayetteville

FRANK JUDSON PAIT, Fayetteville

CLAUDE ARNOLD PAIS, China Grove

LINDA FAYE PARKER, Four Oaks

JOAN LUCILLE PARKER, Southern Pines

REBECCA ANNE PARKER, Benson

ROBERT LELAND PARSONS, Newport News, Va.

MARY PENELOPE PARTIN, Scotland Neck

MARVIN CLAYTON PATE, Scotland Neck

THURMAN HARGROVE PATE, Kinston

ALTON RAY PATRICK, Weldon

GEORGE CALOWAY PATRICK, JR., Greenville

JAMES WILLIAMS PEACOCK, Wilson

WILLIAM THOMAS PEMBERTON, Greensboro

ELTON RAY PENVEL, Goldsboro

JUDY ROSE PETERSON, Wilmington

MARK CHRISTOPHER PICKETT, Durham

HENRY DONALD PICKETT, Beaulaville

MARY CAROLYN PIERCE, Maysville

LOUISE DALE PIERSON, Fayetteville

MYRA GAIL PITTMAN, Durham

TAMES LAWRENCE PLEASANTS, Louisburg

JULIA LEE POINDEXTER, Winston-Salem

JANICE ELIZABETH POPE, Lucama

LESLIE MIKE PORTER, Kelly

SANDRA CAROLYN PORTER, Elizabeth City

BETTIE CAROLYN POWELL, Wilson

CHARLES EARL POWELL, Apex

JACKIE WAYNE POWELL, Durham

JUDITH GREER POWELL, Draper

MAX ALAN PRESNELL, Asheboro

COLLEEN MARIE PRICE, Trenton

MARTHA ELLEN PRICE, Rocky Mount

KAY FRANCES PRIEST, Council

JOHN DEWEY PRIVETTE, Rocky Mount

MARGARET ROSE PRIVETTE, Zebulon

WADE HODGES PRIVETTE, Bailey

KENNETH RAY PROCTER, Stantonsburg

JOSEPH EDWARD PROCTOR, JR., Hertford

CARLTON WINSLOW PRUDEN, Roanoke Rapids

CHARLES OWEN PULLEY, Kittrell

STANLEY LEROY PURVIS, Bethel

HARVEY LEE QUICK, Denton, Md.

GLORIA ANN RACKLEY, Greenville

CLIFTON MAXTON RADFORD, Goldsboro

WILLIAM HOWARD RAINEY, Virginia Beach, Va.

JAY PAUL RAMEY, Rockingham

BETTY LOU RAMSEUR, Raleigh

CAROLYN RAMSEUR, Southport

LOU ANN RANDOLPH, Rocky Mount

SANDRA JANE RANDOLPH, Gibsonville

TERRY WAYNE RANDOLPH, Fayetteville

JOHN ANDERSON RATCLIFFE, Washington

HUGH SAUNDERS RAYNOR, Williamston

CONNIE McNEIL RAYNOR, Beaulaville

REBECCA JEAN RAYNOR, Wallace

ROSE PETTUS READ, Louisburg

ELIZABETH DAWN REAVES, Roanoke Rapids

NANCY CAROLYN RECTOR, Valdese

JUDY ELIZABETH REDFERN, Albemarle

GAIL PURDY REGISTER, Wilson

ROGER VINCENT REGISTER, Turkey

WILSON DOYLE REID, Roanoke Rapids

JOHNNY HENRY RESPRESS, III, Washington

RICHARD MAXWELL REYNOLDS, Lewisville

JULIAN DANIEL RHEM, Washington

EUGENE DONALD RHODES, Garner

CARLTON WILLIAM RICKS, Conway

ANNIE MARIE RIDDICK, Hobbsville

GEORGE ALLEN ROBERSON, Robersonville






JOHN EDWIN ROBESON, Robersonville

LARRY RAY ROBERSON, New Bern

MARY LEE ROBERSON, Jamesville

MINNIE CAROLINE ROBERSON, Robersonville

SIGNA FAYE ROBERTS, Newport

BEN DOUGLAS ROBERTSON, Littleton

DEWARD REGINALD ROBERSON, Mt. Holly

SARAH LOUISE ROBINSON, Kings Mountain

DAVID ANDREW ROOK, Raleigh

JOANN ROGERS, Williamston

RETHA ELIZABETH ROGERS, Greenville

DORA LOUISE ROGERS, Greenville

KAY FRANCES ROGERSON, Bethel

CAROLYN DIANE ROSE, Jacksonville

EDGAR MAURICE ROSE, Smithfield

MARY SOUTHALL ROSE, Durham

GEORGE DANIEL ROUSE, Newport News, Va.

JAMES EARL ROUSE, Kinston

LILLIE RAE ROUSE, Kinston

MARTHA MAE ROUSE, Hookerton

JIMMY WADE ROWE, Maysville

HERBERT DIXON ROWELL, JR., Lumberton

LILLIAN ALBERTA ROYALL, Morehead

ELIZABETH CAROL ROYSTER, Stem

PHOEBE DEANE RUSS, Longwood

WILLIAM WISHART RUSSELL, Hubert

SAMUEL CARROLL SALTER, Atlantic

JAMES WALKER SANDERS, Rose Hill

FRESHMAN SENATORS

Nancy Coggins and Bill Crisp.

LINA CALDER SANFORD, Wilmington

ROSALIND DEANNEE SARASKE, Spring Lake

BARBARA ANN SAULTER, New Bern

DORIS JEANNETTE SAUNDERS, Burgaw

ADAM DUANE SCOTT, Winterville

JANICE ANN SCOTT, Kenly

PAUL ALFRED SCHXEIDER, Washington, D. C.

BARBARA JEANNE SCHWAB, Garden City, N. Y.

EDWARD ONCO SEAGROVES, JR., Apex

WILLIAM JOSEPH SELF, Portsmouth, Va.

MARY LINDA SESSOMS, Windsor

GEORGE MARVIN SEYMOUR, Elizabeth City

LARRY WAYNE SHACKLEFORD, Aurora

JUNE LOUISE SHARBER, Elizabeth City

DAVID HENRY SHAW, Fuquay Springs

MIRIAM KAYE SHEARIN, Rocky Mount

MARTHA LOU SHERRILL, Hudson

GLENDA REBECCA SHEPHERD, Elon College

WOODROW WINDER SHEPHERD, Wilmington, Del.

AARON BISHOP SHOUGH, Spray

JAMES FRANKLIN SHUMAN, Charlotte

NANCY LOUISE SHUMATE, Jacksonville

LINDA JEAN SIMMONS, Elon College

LUCY PARKER SIMMONS, Pollocksville

JUDITH ANN SIMPSON, Jamesville

ANNA JEAN SINK, Thomasville

FREDDIE ESTELLE SKINNER, Ayden

ANNE MARGARET SKIPPER, Whiteville

MARVIN BRUCE SLOAN, Sanford

A. T. SMITH, Hubert

ANGELA ANN SMITH, Garland

BRENDA RUTH SMITH, Thomasville

BETTY BYRD SMITH, Durham

CHARLES EDWARD SMITH, JR., Fayetteville

CHARLES MARSHALL SMITH, Henderson

CLENTON JAMES SMITH, Newport News, Va.

CLIFFORD MICHAEL SMITH, Burlington

DAVID MERWIN SMITH, JR., Whiteville

GLENN WALKER SMITH, LaGrange

HELEN VIRGINIA SMITH, Laurinburg

IRVIN WILLIAM SMITH, Barnville, S. C.

JULIE SHIRLEY SMITH, Salisburg






JUDITH FAYE SMITH, Rocky Mount

MARCUS WESLEY SMITH, Winston-Salem

PHILIP WESLEY SMITH, Greenville

RICHARD ALIEN SMITH, Kelly

ROLAND DEWITT SMITH, Asheboro

SANDRA ELLEN SMITH, Goldsboro

PEDRO SOLIS, Matagalpa, Nicaragua

GEORGE FRANKLIN SOUTH, Portsmouth, Va.

HILDA ELAINE SOUTHERLAND, Clinton

OLIVER LAMON SPAINHOUR, JR., Raleigh

ELEANOR MARY SPECKMAN, Camp Lejeune

DOROTHY MAE SPENCE, Kinston

JERRY EDGAR SPENCE, Trenton

PATRICIA ANN SPENCE, Columbia

WARREN CARNICE SPIVEY. JR., Winton

BETTY LOU SPRUILL, Aurora

ALMA ANN SQUIRES, Elizabeth City

FRANKLIN LEIGH STAFFORD, Albertson

BETTY JO STAINBACK, Middlehurg

BRENDA JOYCE STALLINGS, Hertford

JAMES C. STALLINGS, JR., Elizabeth City

JONNIE LUCILLE STALLINGS, Louisburg

FRANCES JEAN STANTON. Henderson

GEORGE WILEY STANCIL, Grifton

MARTHA LEE STANLEY, Wilmington

WALTER RUDOLPH STARLING, Pine Level

ALICE BLANCHARD STARR, Creswell

H. FRANKLIN STEINBECK, Greenville

"A Freshman Play" presented each school year by the new freshmen.

RICHARD SALER STEVENS, Whiteville

SARA ELIZABETH STEWART, Lillington

JUDITH ANN STILL, Brookhaven, L. I., N. Y.

CHARLES H. STOKES, New Bern

PAUL RANDALL STOKES, Griffon

EDGAR W EDDINGTON STONE, Salisbury

PATRICIA ANN STONE, Raleigh

WANDA SUE STONE, Greensboro

JUDY LEE STOTT, Hampton, Va.

JAMES HAROLD STOUT, Haw River

DAVID MALBOURNE STOVALL, Oxford

SHEILA DIANE STOWE, Belmont

JAMES MURRY STRAWBRIDGE, Williamston

LINDA SUE STREET, Greenville

WILLIAM J. STRICKLAND, Portsmouth, Va.

DOROTHY CAROL STROUD, Deep Run

BRENDA JOYCE STUBBS, Kannapolis

JOYCE ANN STYRON, Morehead City

PATRICIA DEE SUGG, Winston-Salem

BRENDA FAYE SULLIVAN, Pikeville

MERLE THOMAS SUMMERS, Raleigh

BRENDA KAY SUTTON, Fountain

KENDRICK DARRELL SUTTON, LeGrange

MARGARET FRANCES SUTTON, Calypso

MARY ELIZABETH SUTTON, Greenville

WILLIAM LEROY SUTTON, Elizabeth City

WENDELL LAMBERT SWAIN, Alexandria, Va.

GLORIA SWINDELL, Swan Quarter

FRANK BENJAMIN TABOR, JR., Hampton. Va.

BLARNIE THOMAS TANNER, Rocky Mount

LINDA KATHERINE TANNER, Rich Square

LINDA GAYLE TART, Fayetteville

JOHN WILLIAM TATUM, JR., Elizabeth City

JUDY ELAINE TATUM, White Oak

DEL GRACIE TAYLOR, Pink Hill

JAMES MILTON TAYLOR, Vanceboro

JERRY WEST TAYLOR, Kinston

MALCOLM ALLEN TAYLOR, Jacksonville

ROBERT C. TAYLOR, Suffolk, Va.

SHELBY JEAN TAYLOR, Lillington

EDWIN EARL TEACHEY, JR., Rose Hill

GEORGE RALPH TEACHEY, Goldsboro

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"Big Sisters" of Ragsdale Hall who aid the new freshmen girls in getting adjusted to college life.

BENJAMIN G. TEAM, Greensboro

ZITA NANCY TEER, Durham

ANDREA CAROL TEMPLE, Greenville

EARL E. TETTERTON, Pinetown

MARSHALL O'NEAL TETTERTON, Plymouth

BARBARA WHITTINGTON TEW, Linden

BETTY CAROLE THIGPEN, Mount Olive

LAUREL THIGPEN, Bethel

BETTY GREER THOMAS, Richlands

JANE WILLIS THOMAS, Marshallberg

JUDITH CARLENE THOMAS, Beulaville

CONNIE RUTH THOMPSON, Burlington

JENNY LYNN THOMPSON, Greenville

JOHN EDWARD THOMPSON, Laurinburg

LINDA MARIE THOMPSON, Southern Pines

MYRA ELLEN THOMPSON, Princeton

SANDRA LEE THOMPSON, Greenville

LINDA LEE THORNTON, Ahoskie

MARY ELIZABETH THORNTON, Mebane

ROBERT C. TILLEY, Goldsboro

PAMELA JEAN TOLER, Washington

BENNETT HOUSTON TOLLIVER, Statesville

JOSEPHINE DAVIS TOWE, Hertford

MAX AUTRY TRIPP, Griffon'

PEGGY ANNE TRIPP, Raleigh

GAYLE LOUISE TROUTMAN, Bedford, Va.

JUANITA SUSANNE TRUESDALE, Jacksonville

MARY ELIZABETH TRUITT, Tarboro

DAVID LESTER TUCKER, Winterville

WILLIAM FREDERICK TUCKER, Whiteville

MARY JEANETTE TURNER, Teachey

McALVIN TURNER, JR., Greenville

DAVID EARL TUTEN, New Bern

CURTIS EUGENE TUTTEROW, Asheboro

MARTHA ELIZABETH TYLER, Lexington

FANNIE ROSE TYNDALL, La Grange

MARY ELLEA DEAN TYNDALL, Dunn

BRENDA G. VAUGHAN, Raleigh

NANCY CAROLYN VAUGHAN, Wake Forest

BOBBY GLENN VEASEY, Durham

LUTHER AUBREY VEASEY, Creedmoor

CLINTON EARLE VENTERS, Grimesland

ERVIN BELLAMY VENTERS, Richlands

MYRTLE CAYLE VICK, Conway

WILLIAM CHARLES VOGEL, New Bern

JERRY CLAYTON WADE, Fayetteville

BETH ELAINE WAINWRIOHT, Farmville

ELIZABETH GAIL WALKER, Battleboro

KAY FRANCES WALKER, Roxboro

MARY SUE WALKER, Gibsonville

HELEN GAIL WALL, Raleigh

STEPHEN GARLAND WALL, Raleigh

SYLVIA ANN WALLACE, Bath

RUTH DIANNE WALSER, Greenville

ANN WARNER WALSTON, Clinton

CHARLES CLARENCE WALSTON, Farmville

JINNY LYNN WALSTON, Scotland Neck

ALFRED JOSEPH WAMSLEY, JR., Tarboro

LEROY WARD, Nakina

MILTON HARDY WARD, Plymouth

WILLIAM ALPHEUS WARD, Rich Square

CORA JEAN WARREN, Washington

FLORENCE ANNE WARREN, Rocky Mount

JESSE BURL WATERS, Pinetown

SIMON JOSEPH WATERS, Greenville

WILEY MOYE WATERS, JR., Winterville

BARBARA ANN WATFORD, Columbus, Ga.

BRETT THOMAS WATSON, Darlington Heights, Va.

JERRY NEWTON WATSON, Oxford

MILLARD RAY WATSON, Goldsboro

SAM LEROY WATSON, JR., Goldsboro

WINSTEAD EARL WATSON, Kenly

LARRY KEITH WEATHERLY, Hamlet

MAURICE ALLEN WEAVER, Varina

CLARENCE JOHNSON WEEKS, JR., Whitakers

EUNICE MARCELLA WEEKS, Elizabeth City

GERALD VANCE WEST, Fayetteville






freshmen

LACY TROY WEST, JR., Asheboro

MAMIE ELLEN WEST, Apex

MATILDA TART WEST, Roseboro

BRENDA LOU WHELESS, Zebulon

ALICE FAYE WHICHARD, Greenville

LINDA REA WHITE, New Bern

ROBERT EDWARD WHITE, Edenton

SARA LOU WHITE, Windsor

SHIRLEY BROWN WHITEHURST, Stokes

DAVID LEE WHITFIELD, Kinston

RUBY GERALDINE WHITFIELD, Mt. Olive

WILLIAM ANTHONY WHITFIELD, Robersonville

MARTHA LEIGH WHITLOW, Lexington

JUDY ANN WHORTON, Merritt

ARITTA KAY WIGGS, Selma

JUDY KATHERINE WILEY, Washington

WILLIAM THOMAS WILEY, JR., Dunn

FREDERICK GILMORE WILLIAMS, JR., Rex

HILDA ELIZABETH WILLAMS, Tarboro

HUGH OWEN WILLIAMS, Seaford, Del.

JUDITH ABIGAIL WILLIAMS, Erwin

JOYCE FAYE WILLIAMS, Goldsoboro

MARION KAY WILLIAMS, Hillsboro

NANCY CARROLL WILLIAMS, Durham

NORMA FAYE WILLIAMS, Newton Grove

PAULA LAVONNE WILLAMS, Farmville

WILLIAM HARVEY WILLIAMS, JR., Robersonville

ZENO LEWIS WILLIAMS, JR., Rocky Mount

ELLEN CAROLE WILLIAMSON, Clinton

BARRY WARD WILLIS, Morehead City

DAVID ELLIS WILLIS, Morehead City

GLENDA LEE WILLIS, Stacy

MARGARET CAROL WILLIS, Harkers Island

LARRY WILLIAM WILSON, Charleston, W. Va.

WAYLON LLOYD WILSON, Sanford

JOE WAYNE WINSLOW, Elizabeth City

MERRILL WHITE WINSLOW, Williamston

JACKIE MARIE WINSTEAD, Franklin

ROGER WILLIAM WISE, JR., Goldsboro

WILLIAM ALEXANDER WOLFE, Fayetteville

MICHAEL BARRY WOOD, Durham

DENNIS DEAN WOODRUFF, Roanoke Rapids

JEAN PAGE WOODSON, Fayetteville

MOYE WAYNE WOOLARD, Washington

WILLIAM EARNHART WORRELL, Rich Square

CHARLES ANTHONY WORTHINTON, Kinston

MARY ANN WORTHINGTON, Winterville

GEORGE W. WRAY, Shelby

SANDRA KAY DRENN, Cedar Grove

JAMES FREDRICK WRIGHT, Burlington

CLAUDE WAYNE WYATT, Portsmouth, Va.

VERNTCE JANE WYNNE, Stokes

DANIEL WILLIS YEOMANS, Harkers Island

CAROL BRIAN YORKS, Durham

BOBBY WADE YOUNG, Wake Forest

WALKER CLEVELAND YOUNG, Woodsdale

WILLIAM FOSTER YOUNG, Greenville

BLASE JOHN ZAMPETTI, Bayonne, N. J.

EDWARD ARTHUR EUGENE ZSCHAU, Raleigh

Freshman girls prepare for their first weekend off from studies.

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graduates

Designed to meet requirements for Graduate Certificates issued by the North Carolina State Department of Education, the Graduate School offers programs of study in nine different areas. Students may receive Masters of Arts degrees in Business, English, Health and Physical Education, In- dustrial Arts, Library Science, Mathematics, Music Science, and Social Studies.

If a student does not wish to obtain a Graduate Certificate, he may take an academic major of 27 quarter hours in any of the various depart- ments of the college which offers graduate work.

WILLIAM HUGH AGEE, Petersburg, Va.

JORDAN W. BAILEY, Shelby, Miss.

WILLAM EDWARD BURGESS, Shiloh

GEORGE BENNETT CAUSBY, Albermarle

FRANKLIN P. CHINN, Rocky Point

WILLIAM ESTES COLE, Durham

NORMAN LEE EDCERTON, Kenly

ROBERT A. ELLWANGER, Rockingham

DONALD RAY FODRIE, New Bern

JOYCE ELIZABETH GODWIN, Dunn

CHARLES ALLEN GUY, Fayetteville

JENNIE BRANNEN HALL, Winterville

ROBERT VIRGIL HALL, Winterville

NANCY HASKINS HARRIS, Greenville

HERBERT HENRY HAWKINS, Camp Lejeune






Bob Patterson works hard on his grad- uate studies in spite of the sign.

ROBERT THOMAS HUDSON, Dunn

DOROTHY WTLLARD JOHNSON, Greenville

BILLY DANIEL JONES, Benson

EMILY GUNTER KELLY, Lumberton

WILLIAM TERRY LESTER, Racford

EUGENE B. LUSK, Fwjetteville

SALLIE EASTERLING MANN, Greenville

JESSE B. MERCER, Elizabeth City

EDWARD D. NICHOLSON, Southern Pines

BARBARA McDANIEL O'CARROLL, Statesville

JEANNE P. PETERSON, Elizabeth City

EARL HANSON PETERSON, JR. New Bern

JAMES CARROLL PLEASANT, Greenville

FRED DONALD RAGAN, Varina






graduates

Alice Ann Home waves to the crowd during Homecoming events.

LARRY JONES REAVIS, Winston-Salem

J. GENE RORERTSON, Milford, Del.

ROBERT JOHN RUCK, Baltimore, Md.

ROBERT RILEY SAWYER, Greensboro

WILLIAM HENRY SCOTT, JR., New Bern

oERALD RIVERS SHUGAR, Tarboro

PATRICIA MORRISON STAUFFER, Greenville

HUGH TALMADGE STOKES, Greenville

ANN JONES THOMAS, Rocky Mount

DAVID ALLEN THOMAS, Lawrence, Kan.

HARRY WARD VADNAIS, Hugo, Minn.

CLARENCE W. WARICK, JR., Smithfield

ROBERT T. WELLS, Dunn

JUDITH ANN WILSON, Raleigh






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"Ladies' Shoes With Bags To Match"

Bryant has sold Bonnie and Faye some new fall shoes and bags.

LARRY'S SHOE STORE

Five Points Greenville, N. C.

PITT THEATRE

E. C. C.'S OWN ENTERTAINMENT HEADQUARTERS

RIGGS HOUSE RESTAURANT

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Bill helps Sherrill select a sport jacket.

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ABC MOVING & STORAGE

MOVING STORING PACKING CRATING

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W. Tenth and Railroad St.

P. O. Box 619

Greenville North Carolina

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416 Evans Street

Greenville, North Carolina

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GREENVILLE, N. C.

LITTLE MAN ON.CAMPUS

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THE COLLEGE SHOP FOR YOUNG COLLEGE STUDENTS

201 East Fifth Street Greenville, N. C.

RESPESS BROTHERS

RARBECUE CHICKEN BRUNSWICK STEW STEAKS

Phone PLaza 2-2624

LOCATED ON THE BETHEL HIGHWAY

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

MEADOWBROOK DRIVE-IN

"Welcome College Students" East Munford Road Opposite The Airport

MANNING'S DAIRY RANCH

Plate Lunches Sandwiches Fountain Service Dairy Products

Operated by Frank Manning

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Free delivery with all orders over $1.50

Call PLaza 2-9649

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OFFSET PRINTING CO.

For All Your Printing Needs

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Open 7 days a week from 4:30-11:00 P.M.

SINCE IT'S ONLY QUARTER OF EIGHT, DERBY THINKS HE HAS PLENTY OF TIME. WELL? HASN'T HE?

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The Portraits in This Yearbook Were Made By

SMITH STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS

Official Portrait Photographer for the 1960 "Buccaneer"

12 E. Hargett Street Raleigh, North Carolina

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STEINBECK'S

THE STYLE CENTER

"Clothing Store for Men"

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GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

"I got the idea from your bank"

A passenger in a plane sat relaxed at a window observing the spectacle of the heavens. Suddenly a parachutist appeared and drifted by. "Going to join me?" cried the parachutist. "No, I'm very happy where I am." "Just as you like," called the parachutist, "but I'm the pilot."

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For Delivery Call PLaza 2-9894

Good Foods of All Kinds

519 DICKINSON AVENUE, GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA






Greeting Cards

Stationery Office Outfitter

Remington Typewriters

TAFF OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY

Greenville North Carolina

The night was young, and Frank Freeman WAS GAY!?!?

DORA'S TOWER GRILL

"You Are a Stranger Here But Once"

Soft Drinks and Sandwiches

Curb Service

Just off Evans Street-Near TV Station

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

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Hunter Publishing Company

333 Indiana Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C.

Publishers Of The 1960 Buccaneer

It has been a pleasure to serve the students at East Carolina. Let us take this opportunity to wish you a most happy and successful future.

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student directory






Abernathy, Marilyn Jean 336

Abernathy, Silas Howard 364

Adams, James F. 350

Adams, Lola Dianne 364

Adams, Louis B., Jr. 364

Adams, Patricia Faye 364

Adcock, Jimmy Cobb 364

Adcock. Sherwood Lee 364

Alder, Bamett Oliver 364

Agee, William Hugh 380

Aiken, Frances Merle 297

Alhritton, Jane Norman 364

Albritton, Sidney Menbom 336

Alcock, Wilma Annette 297

Aldridge, Clifton Douglas 297

Aldridge, Santa Lee 364

Alexander, Kenneth Gene 350

Alexander, Patsy Ann 350

Alexander, Rosalind ElFreth 297

Alford, Bessie Louise 336

Alford, Murray Mac 364

Alford, Nancy Carol,336

Allen, Anne Frances 364

Allen, Betsy Ross 297

Allen, Betty C. 336

Allen, Brenda Lee 364

Allen, Carolyn Jean 364

Allen, Dallas Fred 336

Allen, Frances Hunt 364

Allen, Glenn Roger 350

Allen, Helen Elizabeth 336

Allen, Linda Carol 364

Allen, Louie Jane 350

Allen, Martha Alice 364

Allen, Shelby Dean 364

Allen, S. Dean 336

Allen, Walker Lee 350

Alligood, Bette Lou 336

Alligood, Gloria Ann 364

Allsbrook, Leland Lawrence 364

Alonso, Aurea Leticia 364

Alpha Delta Pi 54

Alpha Delhi Tau 32

Alpha Omicron Pi 56

Alpha Phi 3S

Alpha Phi Omega 150

Alpha Xi Delta 60

Alphin, Clara Lynda 336

Alphin, John A., Jr 336

Alphin, William Glenn 350

Alston, Ruby Leigh 364

Airman, Virginia Lou 297

Aman, Effie Lee 350

Aman, Willis Jackson 336

Anders, Willie Cloyce 364

Anderson, Bobby Lewis 297

Anderson, Brayom Eugene 364

Anderson, Ernest Yates 350

Anderson, Margaret Yvonne 364

Anderson, Trudy Elizabeth 364

Andrews, Jane Marie 364

Andrews, Nancy C. 336

Andrews, Peggy Ann 336

Andrews, Rachael Winnon 350

Andrew, Sandra Jean 364

Ange, Robert Lee 364

Annis, Dorothy W. 364

Ansley, Patricia Ann 364

Anthony, Julia Bready 364

Anthony, Paul Leo 364

Aquanymphs 119

Asbell, Jacqueline Hunter 364

Archer, Fred Odell 364

Arledge, James Curtis, Jr. 350

Armstrong, Euclid D, Jr. 297

Arnold, Irell Rex 364

Arnold, Patty Janet McGee 336

Arnold, Stanley Gerald 364

Arnold, Wilson Thomas 336

Arp, Roy Herman 336

Atkins, Nettie 297

Atkinson, Margie Ann 350

Atkinson, William Stanley 297

Austin, Grady Stowe 297

Austin, Meldon Swayne 297

Austin, Ida Ursula 364

Autry, William Seymore 336

Averette, Barnie Wendell 364

Averette, Roger Hardy 336

Avery, Delores Faye 364

Aycock, Charles Allison 364

Aycock, Sonja Delores 336

Ayers, Mary Frances 336

Ayscue, Jack Thomas, Jr. 336

Azam, Sonia Anne 350

Babson, Camilla Anne 364

Badgett, Judith Carol 364

Baggett, Judy Louise 364

Baggett, N. Grey 350

Bagwell, Tina Cooper 364

Bailey, Alice Love 336

Bailey, Barbara Ann 336

Bailey, James Zuill 350

Bailey, Johnny Frank 350

Bailey, Jordan W. 380

Bailey, Larry Glenn 297

Bailey, Ronnie Rogers 384

Bailey, Wilma Frances 364

Baines, George Brooks 336

Baker, Beatrice Faye 350

Baker, Bernice M. 336

Baker, Doris Jean 350

Baker, Edith Louvinia 350

Baker, Edna Elizabeth 350

Baker, George H., Jr. 297

Baker, Jo Ann 350

Baker, Larry Gaither 364

Baker, Larry Melvin 364

Baker, Nancy Marie 364

Baker, Repsy Walston 336

Baker, Susie Kaye 350

Baker, Thomas Harvey 364

Baker, Willard Kent 297

Baldree, Richard William 336

Baldree, Nelson Isaac 336

Ball, Joyce Faye 364

Ballace, James Brooks 350

Ballane, Mary Susan 336

Ballance, Mary Susan 336

Ballard, Malcolm James, Jr. 336

Ballard. Mary Kathryn 364

Banks. Dianne Ruth 364

Banks, Pamelia Evangeline 364

Baptist Student Council 163

Barber, Gracie Lee 350

Barber, Sadie Marie 297

Barbato, Joseph F 336

Barbour, Clyde Joyce 297

Barbour, Edith Rachel 336

Barbour, Peggy Fredalyn 336

Barclift, Ed 351

Barefoot, Brenda 297

Barefoot, Kay Luberta 364

Barefoot, Noah B 298

Barfield, Jerry Brooks 364

Barfield, Sudie Louise 350

Barfield, William J., Jr. 350

Barker, Etta Dew 364

Barker, Hilda Jean 298

Barlow, Walter David 364

Barnacascel, Ann Elizabeth 298

Barnacascel, William Reginald 350

Barnes, Jackie Cooper 364

Barnes, Joyce Chaistine 364

Barnes, Shelby Jean 298

Barnes, Woodrow Wilson 336

Barnhardt, Mildred P. 350

Barren, Patricia Jane 336

Banett, Beatrice Vaughn 364

Barrett, Brenda Adelaide 350

Barrett, Joseph Morris 336

Barrett, Katherine Elizabeth 364

Barriagton, Ann Marie 350

Barrow, Buck K. 350

Barrow, Delores Love 364

Barrow, June Carolyn 350

Barrow, Vivian Carol 350

Bartholomew, Fred L., Jr. 336

Basnight, Rebecca Elaine 364

Bass, Alden Glenn 336

Bass, Edward Lee 298

Bass, Jimmie Rose 350

Bass, Leslie Randolph, Jr. 298

Bass, Marjorie Carroll 364

Bass, Paul Delano 298

Bass, Sara Lou 298

Basinger, Kenneth Elmo 336

Batchelor, Carolyn Joyce 336

Bateman, Dan Burch 350

Bateman, Rodney Swain, Jr. 336

Bateman, Robert Midgette 364

Batten, Phyllis Ann 336

Batten, Reba L. 364

Batts, Polly Geneva 350

Batts, William Morris, Jr. 298

Baucom, Julia Carol 364

Baum, Walter Gibbs 365

Baxley, Carolyn Lorena 350

Baxley, Cora Sue 365

Baxley, Olivia Gail 336

Baxter, Edwin Y. 298

Bayley, Harry Parker 336

Baynor, Gene Crosby 365

Baynor, Loice Frances 336

Bazemore, John Hugh 298

Bazemore, Mary Ann 350

Beach, John L. 336

Beach, Theodore Wayne 298

Beacham, Sidney Taylor 350

Beale, Jack Milton 336

Beales, Betty Lou 336

Beaman, Carlton Reid 336

Beaman, Doris Mooring 350

Bean, Walter Jerry 350

Beard, Barbara 365

Beasley, Bobby Winfred 365

Beck, Stephen Larry 365

Bedsole, Gene Ray 298

Beierle, George Woods 298

Bell, Betty Lou 336

Bell, Edith Ann 365

Bell, Helen Jeanette 350

Benfield, Brenda Joyce 365

Bennett, Alvin Gene 365

Bennett, Betty Jane 350

Bennett, Mary Z. 336

Benton, Glenda Faye 336

Bennett, Patricia Ann 298

Benton, Loretta Allene 336

Benton, Robert G. 298

Berry, Judith Lynn 365

Berry, L. JoAnn 365

Berry, Nancy Lee 365

Berryman, Jane Claire 336

Berryman, Nancy Anne 365

Best, Joe Cephus 336

Best, Karen Sue 350

Best, Mary John 350

Best, Nellie Marie 365

Bethune, Alexandria Best 298

Bethune, Bobbie Ann 336

Biggs, Dennis Marion 298

Biggs, Lois Marie 350

Biggs, Molly M.299

Biggs, Patricia Ann 336

Billings, Peggy Ann 365

Bimonte, Louis Anthony 365

Binns, Ethel Jeannette 365

Black, Jerry Nelson 337

Black, John Henry, Jr. 365

Blackwell, Mary Helen 365

Blalock, Bobbie Mooney 299

Blalock, Earl Thomas 337

Blalock, Janice Marie 365

Blanchard, Emily Bertha 365

Bland, Charles Davis 365

Bland, Jessie Faye 365

Blankenship, Rosalie Dalton 299

Blanks, Ilvie Grey 365

Blanton, Cora Ann 299

Bledsoe, Judith Ellen 337

Blizard, Lawrence Murat 350

Blue, Ellen Rebecca 337

Boado, Edward J. 337

Boddie, Kathryn Elizabeth 365

Bodenheimer, Roy Wade 299

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Bogey, Tommy Winfred 337

Bolton, Jeanette Rose 365

Bonner, Calla Marshall 350

Bonner, Lana Lee 365

Boone, Edna May 350

Boone, Joyce Kaye 350

Boone, Marilyn 350

Booth, John Latham 299

Bost, Ronald Lee 365

Bostic, Mary Sue 337

Bostick, Frank Vernon 350

Bourdas, Alexanne 365

Bowilen, Eleanor 299

Bowden, Milly Hart 350

Bowen, Brenda Jean 337

Bnwen, Floyd Clinton, Sr 299

Bowen, Jean Carolyn 337

Bowen, Lowell Sewell 365

Bowen, Norma Allen 299

Bowen, Sandra Mae 365

Bowen, Travis Lee 299

Bowen, William H. 299

Bowes, Clyde Benny 350

Boyd, Barbara Reynolds 365

Boyd, Claud Melvin 337

Boyd, Galin Rodman 337

Boyd, Glenn Thomas 365

Boyd, Henry A. 299

Boyd, Jack, Jr. 299

Boyette, Eula Anne 365

Boyette, Janice Bernice 365

Boyette, Lottie Faye 350

Boyette, Malrern Lee, Jr. 365

Boyle, Donald James 350

Bradley, Robert Richard 337

Bradshaw, Ruby West 350

Brady, Emma Jean 299

Brags, Henry Jennings, Jr 365

Branch, Kirby Putnel 299

Branch, Sue Sutton 299

Brand, Janice A. 350

Brannan, Rose Carolyn 365

Branson, Samuel Swaim 337

Brantley, Patricia Anne 350

Brantley, Roland Chester 365

Braxton, Thomas Henry 365

Breazgale, William H, Jr. 337

Breedlove, Peggy Louise 350

Bremer, Alfred Hardy 299

Brewer, Jack L. 350

Brewer, Jolinda 365

Bridge, Daniel Paul 299

Bridgers, Mary Lou 365

Briggs, Thomas Woodrow

Briley, Walter Churchill 337

Brinkley, Gay Dawn 350

Brinkley, Jesse Albert 365

Brian, Vicki Cooke 350

Brinson, Dorothy Esther 337

Brinson, Emily 365

Brinson, Wilber Jackson 365

Brisson, John Thomas 300

Britt, Annette 365

Britt, Betty Best 337

Britt, Lena Ruth 337

Britt, Nancy Antoinette 365

Britt, Nancy Elizabeth 300

Britt, William Joseph Jr. 350

Brittle, Shleba Jean 365

Brock, Jeanette 365

Brock, Margaret Jean 365

Brooks, Betty Gray 365

Brooks, Gene Terrell 337

Brooks, Julia Rebecca 350

Brooks, Paul Bruce 365

Brooks, Phillip Kelly 365

Brothers, Anne Louise 365

Brotherton, Miner Knowlton 300

Broughton, Diane Elizabeth 337

Brown, Betty Ann 337

Brown, Connis Ostin, Jr. 300

Brown, Cynthia Ann 300

Brown, Denice Kay 337

Brown, Edith Ione 300

Brown, Elwood Richard 337

Brown, Emily Karen 350

Brown, Harold Ellis 350

Brown, Julian M 300

Brown, Kathryn Raye 350

Brown, Lawton E. 365

Brown, Linda Whichard 300

Brown, Lucetta Ann 365

Brown, Mary Ellen 337

Brown, Nancy Carolyn 300

Brown, Nancy Carroll 365

Brown, Nancy Virginia 337

Brown, Nina Louise 337

Brown, Otis Carson, Jr. 351

Brown, Russell Grey, Jr. 351

Brown, Shirley Henrietta 365

Brown, William Ashley, Jr. 351

Browne, Chesley J. Jr. 300

Bryan, Alex Gray 351

Bryan, Betty Lou 351

Bryan, Elsie Davis 300

Bryan, Jo Ann 300

Bryan, Lucian Dillard 351

Bryan, Sandra Kay 365

Bryan, Violet Fay 351

Bryant, Evelyn Marie 351

Bryson, Dee 336

Bryson, Kenneth Hayne 300

Buccaneer 87

Buchanan, Hugh Smith 365

Buchanan, Phil Keith, Jr 337

Buck, Eddie Alton 365

Buck, Marilynn Ann 337

Buck, Mary Alene 300

Buffaloe, William Bryant 337

Bullard, Doris Miriam 300

Bullard, Eva Carolyn 300

Bullard, Franklin Eason 300

Bullard, Leona 337

Bullard, Linda Faye 351

Bullard, Neal Kay 337

Bullard, Thomas Wingate 365

Bullard, Wayne Randy 300

Bullock, Pearlene Annette 351

Bullock, Roger Mayo 301

Bullock, William Murray 301

Bunch, Edwood Fay 351

Bunting, Michael Lanier 337

Bunting, Patsy Joan 351

Bunting, William Ray 365

Burbage, George Oden 351

Burch, Bonnie Leigh 351

Burgess, William Edward 380

Burke, Joe W 301

Burgess, James Lynn 337

Burkett, Linda Carrol 337

Burleson, John Earnest 301

Bums, James Crocker, Jr. 351

Burnside, Margaret Lindsay 351

Burriss, Don Ray 337

Burt, Sharyn K. 337

Burt, Wilkie Skinny 301

Busey, Larry Henry 301

Butler, Elizabeth Ann 365

Butler, Morris V. 337

Butler, Murdock McKinnon, Jr. 365

Butler, Rebekah Ann 365

Butler, Virginia Carol 351

Butts, Donnie Morris 365

Butts, Linda Grey 365

Butts, Mary Ida 365

Butts, Rachel Mae 366

Bynum, Catherine Withers 3.51

Bynum, Merrill Hamilton 366

Byrd, Charles H. 337

Byrd, Charles Leslie 366

Byrd, Frances Elaine 351

Byrd, Harold Julian 301

Bvrd, Jacquline Frances 301

Byrd, Luby Harper, Jr. 301

Byrd, Marjorie Ellen 366

Byrd, Marvis Ann Edwards 301

Byrd, Robert Gentry 337

Byrum, Joyce Anne 351

Byrum, William Eugene 301

C

Cade, Gaynelle Williams 337

Calhoun, Alice Elizabeth 351

Calhoun, Darrell Thomas 337

Calhoun, Judith Irene 366

Calhoun, Rita 301

Callihan, Jewel Ellen 351

Calvert, Jack Andrew 301

Cameron, Bonny Rhue 301

Cameron, Patsy R. 301

Campbell, Anne Grey 366

Campbell, Caroline Rebecca 351

Campbell, Linda Waite 351

Cannady, Becky Jo 366

Canady, Carey Gordon 337

Canady, Dan Conrad 366

Cannon, James Alfred, Jr. 366

Cannon, Joan Francine 366

Cannon, L. Julaine 351

Cannon, Travis Ann 351

Canterbury Club 163

Capps, Dianna Lee 366

Capps, Jean Narron 337

Capps, Mary Sylvia 301

Caprell, John B. 301

Carden, Sallie Jean 301

Cardy, Jay Wade 302

Carpenter, Jerry Dean 302

Carr, Eugene Bryan 337

Carr, Julia Catherine 337

Carr, Judith Thompson 302

Carr, Nancy Lou 366

Carraway, Barbara Ann 351

Carraway, Charles Rodney 366

Carraway, Edward Earl 337

Carraway, Martha B. 337

Carroll, Edward Lee 351

Carroll, Norman Franklin 366

Carroll, William Wright, Jr. 366

Carrow, Donald H 351

Carson, Martha Lou 366

Carson, Patricia Anne 366

Carstarphen, Frankie 366

Carter, Alfred William 366

Carter, Anita Elizabeth 337

Carter, Donald Woodson 338

Carter, Helen Vendrick 366

Carter, James Harold 351

Carter, Jane Grace 302

Carter, Morris Belvin 338

Carter, Norman Jefferson, Jr. 366

Carter, Sandra Louise 366

Cartwright, Mary Margaret 366

Cates, Mary Katherine 351

Catlett, Norma Jean 351

Caulder, Ray LeGrand 366

Causby, George Bennett 380

Causby, Joyce Branch 338

Cawthorne, Loretta Anne 351

Cayton, Ravenell H. 351

CCC 162

Chambers, I. Lynne 338

Chambers, Peggy Ann 351

Chandler, Jayne Cameron 351

Chandler, Joe Monroe 302

Chandler, Nancy Jane 338

Chappell, Wynda Lyne 366

Chason, Elizabeth Council 302

Chason, Rose Rankin 351

Chauncey, Alva L. 338

Chauncey, Linda Lorraine 366

Cheek, Cecil Clifton 302

Chesnutt, James Warren 366

Chesson, Jessie Parker 366

Chester, James Stewart 366

Chinn, Franklin P. 380

Chi Beta Phi Chi 138

Christenson, Helen Margaret 302

Christie, Volney Laveme 338

Church, Shelvia Jean 366

Churchill, Shirley Jackson 366

Circle K 366

Clagg, Delores Elaine 366

Clark, Donald Dean 366

Clark, Carville Banks 351

Clark, Darrow Ross 366

Clark, Linda Joyce 366

Clark, Myra Gaylen 366

Clark, Robert Nelson 366

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Clary, Sara Willie 366

Clawson, John Carl 302

Clay, Nancy Fleming 302

Clay, Wiley Walton 302

Clayborne, Roland Ernest 366

Clayton, Lawrence Howard 366

Cleary, John Granville, Jr. 366

Clements, Marjorie Marie 302

Clements, Steven L. 388

Clifton, Nancy Lucille 351

Cline, Nathan Lee 366

Coates, Carolyn Elizabeth 366

Coates, Jane Carolyn 302

Cobb, Hoy Jefferson, Jr. 388

Cobb, Sandra Cathleen 366

Cochran, William Stephen 351

Cockrell, E. Sandra 366

Coffey, Mary Helen 351

Coffey, Patsy Kinnamon 302

Coffin, John Donald 302

Coggins, Nancy Jean 366

Cohoon, Lillian Gail 303

Cole, Robert Ernest 338

Cole, William Estes 380

Coleman, Madelyn 303

Coleman, Myra Deanne 303

Coleman, Thomas Barnes 366

Coley, Ida Rebecca 338

College Choir 111

College Union 114

Collegians 112

Colley, Thomas Jack, Jr. 338

Collier, Betty Joseph 366

Collier, Cara Eugenia 366

Collier, Hazel Marie 303

Collier, Patsy Ann 366

Collins, Donna Anne 351

Collins, Emily JoAnn 366

Collins, Isaac Ste