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Buccaneer 1962

Date: 1962 | Identifier: 50-01-1962
1962 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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1962 Buccaneer East Carolina College
















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1962 VOLUME XL

East Carolina College Greenville, North Carolina

BUCCANEER

WALTER C. FAULKNER- Editor

JOHN W. GARRISS- Associate Editor

TONY R. BOWEN- Copy Editor

S. GALE KOONCE- Business Manager

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Foreward

From the sandy wastes of the outerbanks to the upper tricklings of the Roanoke, from the broad fields of the coastal plain to the moss-draped shores of the Cape Fear came men and women to establish a college in rural Pitt County. East Carolina College, when it was founded fifty-five years ago, was destined to become the educational and cultural hub TO SERVE the eastern section of the state.

There is for eveiy person some one scene, some one ad- venture, some one fiction that is the image of his hopes, of his purpose. In ancient Greek literature, two gates exist through which dreams pass; one gate is made of horn, the odier of polished ivory. Dreams come shining through the gate of ivory, but illusive and ultimately disappointing. But through the gate of horn pass dreams of trutli - dreams destined for reality.

East Carolina College is a portal through which we, the hopes and dreams of the states and nations, pass. We pass here in our difficult journey from the glories of childhood into the sometimes subtle, sometimes abrupt, contradictions found in the world of sustenance and love and super-bombs. But we do not pass with minds unaltered. Here we learn to see be- neath the veneer, to distinguish the shadings of truth and il- lusion; here we become- men equipped TO SERVE. Few of us will be erudite, but each of us must embody sometliing of the ideal and be more able to confront his portion of the burden of existence.

May this, the 1962 edition of the BUCCANEER, serve as a graphic record of East Carolina College - our gate of horn. .-. -

A Review of

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Where We Serce

AUSTIN BUILDING Symbolizing Fifty-Five Years of Service

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Contents . . .

Administration

Campus Life

Organizations

Classes

Sports

Advertisements






PRESIDENT

STAFF

FACULTY

RESIDENCES

STUDENT LIFE

BEAUTIES

MARSHALS

WHOS WHO

SGA

PUBLICATIONS

COLLEGE UNION

FINE ARTS

CLUBS

GREEKS

RELIGION

RADIO AND TV

GRADUATES

SENIORS

JUNIORS

SOPHOMORES

FRESHMEN

INTRAMURALS

SPRING SPORTS

FALL SPORTS

WINTER SPORTS

ADVERTISEMENTS

INDEX

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... And How We Serve.

JOYNER LIBRARY

Symbolizing Research and Application






Board Of Trustees

Mrs. J. Russell Kirby, Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett, Mrs. Agnes Barrett, Mr. J. Herbert Waldrop, President Leo W. Jenkins, Mr. Henry Oglesby, Mr. Baxter Ridenhour, Mr. F. D. Duncan, Mr. William A. Blount, Mr. James Whit- field, Mr. Robert Morgan, Mr. Reginald F. McCoy, Mr. Fred F Bahnson. Jr., and absent when photograph was made, Mr. Henry Belk, and Mr. W. W. Taylor.

Composed of twelve members appointed by the Governor of North Carolina and approved by the state legislature, the governing body of East Carolina College, the Board of Trustees, is responsible for the management of all the affairs of the institution subject to the applicable laws of the state.

The present Board of East Carolina College is made up of three firm presidents, two newspapermen, two attorneys, a school principal, a teacher, a banker, a congressional secretary, and one who describes herself as a housewife, but whose records show much wider interests and greater civic participation than that would sug- gest. Oldest in point of service is Mr. Henry Balk who has served on the Board of Trustees since September, 1945.

Formality pervades the scene as Board members, Mrs. Agnes Barrett, Ad- ministrative Secretary, and Mr. Herbert Waldrop take time from official duties to engage in a quick repartee.

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PRESIDENT 10

STAFF 12

FACULTY 17

RESIDENCEs 33

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Administration











President Leo W. Jenkins

Elected as the sixth president of East Carolina College by unanimous vote of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Leo W. Jenkins has in two years established a most commendable record as head of this institution. His inauguration, on May 13, 1960, marked the be- ginning of a period of progress for the college and the community of which it is a part.

Service on his part does not end with the college for Dr. Jenkins actively participates in numerous civic and educational organizations. The former vice- president of East Carolina is well-known as an author, an orator, an active church member, and a devoted family man.

A native of New Jersey, President Jenkins is a graduate of Rutgers University, Columbia University, and New York University.

DR. LEO W. JENKINS

Though our president leads such an extremely active life, he always finds time for Jeffrey, his youngest son, and other members of his family.

Included in Dr. Jenkins' family are his wife and children, James, Jeffrey, Jack, Suzanne, Patricia, and Sallie Jean.

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FITZHUGH D. DUNCAN Vice-President

Matters concerning business affairs and the over-all improvement of the college and its facilities occupy most of the time and activities of this native North Carolinian who serves as Vice- President of the college.

RUTH WHITE Dean of Women

A graduate of the college with B.S. and M.A. degrees, Dean White has served as a counselor for female students since 1937. Though it is her task to enforce and set standards for the women students, she is respected on campus.

JAMES H. TUCKER Dean of Student Affairs

Dr. James H. Tucker, a member of the staff since 1955. deals with self- help jobs and scholarships as well as the overall affairs of the students. In addition. Dr. Tucker serves as Chairman of the Publication Board.

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ROBERT L. HOLT Dean of Instruction

As Dean of Instruction, Dr. Holt is concerned with the supervision of course scheduling and all instructional policies in the college. It is also his duty to edit the college catalogue.

JAMES B. MALLORY Dean of Men

Though serving as Dean of Men for only two years, Dean Mallory is well known for his concern for the well-being of the male students both on and off campus.

JOHN H. HORNE Registrar

Registrar Throughout the five years Dr. Home has served as Registrar, much has been done to further the acceptance program at East Caro- lina College. During his term, high achievement on the Scholastic Aptitude Test has become mandatory for those seeking admittance.

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RALPH BRIMLEY Director of Extension

In September, 1957, Dr. Ralph Brimley joined the administrative staff. Since that time he has de- veloped a unified public relations program that has proven most beneficial to East Carolina College.

E. J. CARTER Director of Graduate Studies

This former Head of the Education Department, Dr. E. J. Carter, succeeded Dr. J. K. Long as Director of Graduate Studies. The native North Carolinian received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina and joined the college faculty in 1950.

L J. EDWARDS Director of the Placement Bureau

During their last year at East Carolina, students seek aid and guidance from the Director of the Placement Bureau. Problems with future employment are handled by Mr. Edwards and staff with un- derstanding and conscientious sincerity.

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G. ALLEN NELMS Director of Alumni

As Director of Alumni, Mr. G. Allen Nelnis supervises alumni activities on campus. Also included in his numerous duties is the maintenance of files and records of former students and faculty.

MARY H. GREENE Director of News Bureau

A personable lady who makes friends easily and who knows much news of interest among students and college faculty is Miss Mary H. Greene of the News Bureau. Among other things, the News Bureau and its director keeps hometown papers informed about stu- dent activities.

JAMES W. BUTLER Assistant Director of Public Relations

A man of many handshakes and friendly smiles. Dr. James W. Butler is well-known to the students who enter East Carolina College. Improving relations with high schools throughout the area is one of the many duties involved with this position.

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REBECCA S. STARKEY Assistant Registrar

Numerous tasks are involved in the daily work of Miss Rebecca S. Starkey. As Assistant Registrar, she, along with Dr. John Home, determine the acceptant qualities of students applying for admittance and maintains records of the students and their grades.

DAWYER D. GROSS Director of Religious Activities

As Director of Religious Activities, Mr. Gross is associated with all student centers in the area, including the YWCA and the YMCA. This former Baptist minister attended Duke Univer- sity where he received his M.A. degree.

RACHEL STEINBECK Assistant to the Dean of Women

Known for her musical and artistic talents. Miss Steinbeck is a graduate of the college with both B.A. and M.A. degrees. Counseling, clerical, and per- sonnel work are included in her many tasks as assistant to Dean Ruth White.

McGinnis Auditorium

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faculty

With a force of over three hundred faculty mem- bers who serve in seventeen departments, East Caro- lina College is noted for its outstanding instructors and departments. In this section, not only will faculty mem- bers appear individually and alphabetically, but each department will be represented by a photograph typical of it. Making its debut is the BUCCANEER Faculty Citations honoring a few of the many outstanding col- lege faculty members.

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ADAMS, LOUISE. B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - English Department

ADAMS, FRANCIS R., JR.. A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - English Department

ALLEN, CECIL H.. A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D.

Professor - Psychology Department

ATKESON, JOHN C, JR., B.A., M.A.

Instructor - Social Studies Department

BAILEY, DONALD E., B.S., M.Ed.

Instructor - Science Department

BAKER, GEORGE. B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Instructor - Social Studies Department

BAKER, CAPT. JAY E., B.A.

Assistant Professor - Department of Air Science

BALL, RUBY CLAIRE. B.S., M.Ed.

Instructor - Art Department

BATTEN, JAMES W., A.B., M.A.. Ed.D.

Associate Professor - Education Department

BATTEN, SARA. A.B., M.S., in L.S.

Instructor - Library Science Department

BEACH, EARL E., B.M., M.A.

Professor - Music Department Director

BING. KENNETH L., A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor - Industrial Arts Director

BOND. AUSTIN D., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Science Department

BOONE, JACK. B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - Physical Education Department

BORTHWICK, DON R., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - School of Business

BRANDON, DOROTHY. B.S., C.P.A.

Assistant Professor - School of Business

faculty

AFROTC Cadets, in a moment of leisure, gather in the cadet lounge of the Department of Air Science.

Professor Metz Gordley of the Art Department instructs student on the application of tempera paints.

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BRANNAN, OSCAR W., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Mathematics Department

BREWSTER, L. F., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Social Studies Department

BROADHURST, FREDERICK L., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Industrial Arts Department

BROADHURST, RUTH J., R.N., B.S.

Instructor - School of Nursing

BROUSSARD, LOUIS J., B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

Instructor - Psychology Department

BROWN, WYATT, A.B., B.Lit., M.A.

Instructor - Social Studies Department

BROWNING, ELMER R., B.C.S., A.B., M.Ed., Ed.D.

Dean of The School of Business

BROWNING, MARIE B., A.B., M.A.

Instructor - English Department

BULLOCK, LOUISE C. R.N., B.S., P.H.N.

Instructor - School of Nursing

CALHOUN, WALTER T., A.B., B.D., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Social Studies Department

CAMERON, NORMAN H., B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - School of Business

CAPWELL, RICHARD L., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - English Department

CARAWAY, SARAH H., A.B., M.Ed., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - English Department

CARLTON, HERBERT R., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Social Studies Department

CARR, LILY ROUSE, A.B., M.A.

Instructor - Library Science Department

CARTER, HERBERt, B.M., M.A.

Professor - Music Department

Carol Euler is caught in the act of the incorrect method of making an erasure on the typewriter in a typing lab of the School of Business.

Tom Evans works on a sculpture for his senior art exhibit in the sculpture and ceramic workshop in the basement of the North Cafeteria.

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Mrs. Elsie Eagan refers to the teaching aids used widely by the Education Department.

Mr. Claude Garren advises an English major as to the suggested courses of study for the coming quarter.

CARTER, ROBERT, B.S., M.A., B.M., Mus.D.

Professor - Music Department

CHAUNCEY, BEATRICE, B.S., M.A., Prof. Diploma

Assistant Professor - Music Department

CLAY, FAYE C. A.B., M.A.

Instructor - English Department

CLAY, HOWARD B., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Social Studies Department

COEFIELD, 0. W., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - Librarv Science Department

COLE, CAROL LISBETH, B.S., B.A., M.B.A.

Instructor - School of Business

COLEMAN, HUBERT A., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Social Studies Department

COOK, GEORGE A., B.S., M.A., B.A., Ph.D.

Professor - English Department

COPLAN, RUTH E., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - English Department

CORBIN, FREDERICK F., B.S., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor - Science Department

CRENSHAW, MARGUERITE V., A.B., M.A., B.L.S.

Associate Professor - Library Science Department

CUMMINGS. J. A., B.S., M.A.

Professor - Geography Department

DADE, HENRY FITZHUGH. B.S., M.S.

Instructor - Librarv Science Department

DANFELT, LEWIS S., B.M., M.M.E.

Assistant Professor - Music Department

DANIELS, FRANCES, B.S., M.A., Prof. Diploma

Assistant Professor - School of Business

DAUGHERTY, PATRICIA, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Instructor - Science Department

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faculty

DAUGHERTY, STELLA, A.B., M.A.

Instructor - Mathematics Department

DAVIS, DAVID R., A.B., A.M., Ph.D.

Professor - Mathematics Department Director

DAVIS, GRAHAM J., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Science Department

DAVIS, JOHN B., JR., B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - Mathematics Department

DAVIS, VERA B., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Mathematics Department

DAWSON, C. COLTON, B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - School of Business

DEBTER, OUIDA C., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - School of Business

DEMPSEY, AUDREY V., A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor - School of Business

DERRICK, J. 0., A.B., M.S.

Professor - Science Department

DERRICK, MILDRED H., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Mathematics Department

DEWAR, THADYS J., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - School of Business

DIXON, CALVERT R., B.S., M.S., Ed.S.

Associate Professor - Psychology Department

DOUGHERTY, MABEL E., B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor - Home Economics Department

DRAKE, ELIZABETH, B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor - Music Department

DROZE, W. H., B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor - Social Studies Department

DURHAM, W. EDMUND, A.B., M.Mus.Ed., Ph.D.

Professor - Music Department

DURHAM, WILLIAM H., B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D.

Professor - School of Business

EAGAN, ELSIE SIMPSON, A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Education Department

EBBS, JOHN D., B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - English Department

EDENS, RUBY E., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - School of Business

EISEMAN, BYRON M., JR., B.S., LL.B.

Instructor - School of Business

ELLEN, JOHN C., B.A., A.B.J., M.A., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor - Social Studies Department

ELLER, FRANK W., A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor - Science Department

ELLIS, LENA C. A.B., B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - School of Business

EMERSON, HORTON W.. JR., A.B., Ph.D.

Instructor - Social Studies Department

ENGLE, NANENE, B.A., M.A.T.

Instructor - Art Department

ESCALONA, JULIA E., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - Foreign Language Department

EVANS, VIRGINIA, B.S.

Instructor - Library Science Department

EVERETT, GROVER W., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Science Department

EVERETT, NELL C. B.S., M.A.

Instructor - English Department

FAHRNER, ALVIN A., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor - Social Studies Department

FERRELL, HENRY C, JR., A.B., M.A.

Instructor - Social Studies Department

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FINCH, ALTON V., B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - School of Business

FLEMING, JAMES L., B.S., M.A.

Professor - Foreign Language Department

Director FULLER, FRANK G., B.S., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor - Education Department

GARREN, CLAUDE, A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - English Department

GERO, SAL, A.B., M.E.

Instructor - Physical Education Department

GOODMAN, MARY, A.B., M.A.

Instructor - English Department

GORDLEY, TRAN, B.F.H., M.F.A.

Associate Professor - Art Department

GRABER, RUTH A., B.S., M.S.

Instructor - Music Department

GRAHAM, JUNE M., B.S., M.B.E.

Instructor - School of Business

GRATE, WILLIAM H., A.B., A.M., Ph.D.

Instructor - English Department

GRAY, WELLINGTON B., B.S., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor - Art Department Director

GREENE, MARY H., A.B., M.A.

Associate Professor - English Department

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM L., B.M.

Instructor - Music Department

GRIGSBY, LOIS, A.B., M.A.

Associate Professor - English Department

HAIGWOOD, THOMAS J., B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D.

Prdfessor - Industrial Arts Department

HARDISON, JANICE G., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - English Department

Dr. Fred Martin and lab assistant Diana Cannady succor a beginning language student in getting acquainted with the laboratory procedures of the Foreign Language Department.

Coeds locate points on the globe in connection with an as- signment for a course in the Geography Department.

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Mr. Ralph Steele of the Health and Physical Education De- partment lectures on the human anatomy to a freshman health class.

Childhood study and observation is but a portion of the training offered by the Home Economics Department.

faculty

HARRISON, ALICE M., A.B., M.S., Ph.D.

Instructor - School of Business

HARRISON, WILLIAM A., Tsgt, USAF

Personnel Supervisor - Department of Air Science

HART, CAROL ANN, B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - School of Business

HART, WILLIAM S., B.S., M.S.

Instructor - School of Business

HAYES, DONALD H., B.M.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - Music Department

HEATH, CECIL A., B.S.

Instructor - Health and Physical Education Department

HELMS, MARY C. B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Science Department

HELMS, R. M., A.B., M.S., D.Ed.

Professor - Science Department

HJORTSVANG, CARL, B.A., B.Mus., D.S.M.

Associate Professor - Music Department

HOGAN, GAY, A.B., M.Ed.

Instructor - Health and Physical Education Department

HOLMES, KEITH D., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Education Department

HORTON, JAMES M., JR., RS., M.A.

Instructor - Science Department

HOWELL, SUE C., A.B., M.S.

Assistant Professor - School of Business

HOWELL, WILLIAM W., A.B., M.S.

Professor - School of Business

JACKSON, BERNARD R., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Education Department

JACOBSON, LEON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Art Department

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JEFFREYS, DONALD B., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Science Department

JENKINS, ANTOINETTE S., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - English Department

JENKINS, EDGAR B., A.B., M.S., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - English Department

JOHNSON, FRANK D., B.S., M.S.

Instructor - Mathematics Department

JOHNSON, F. MILAM, B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - Mathematics Department

JONES, DOUGLAS R., A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor - Education Department Director

JORGENSEN, N. M., B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Professor - Health and Physical Education Department Director

KILPATRICK, RACHEL H., A.B., A.M., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - English Department

KOON, ERVIN E., Tsgt., USAF

Supply Officer - Department of Air Science

LABAUME, CATHERINE

Assistant Professor - Foreign Language Department

LAMBIE, RUTH, B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor - Home Economics Department

LANIER. GENE D., B.S., M.S.

Instructor - Library Science Department

LARSEN, TORA M., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - School of Business

LeCONTE, JOSEPH N., A.B., M.S., Ph.D.

Professor - Science Department

LEDBETTER, GORMAN W., A.B., M.B.A.

Instructor - School of Business

LEITH, ROBERT W., B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor - Industrial Arts Department

LOWE, VELMA W., B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor - School of Business

LOWRY, JEAN, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor - Geography Department

McDANIELS, JESSE L., A.B., M.A.

Instructor - School of Business

McGRATH, HAROLD M., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - School of Business

MAILMAN, MARTIN, B.M., M.M., Ph.D.

Resident Composer - Music Department

MANN, SALLIE E., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - Library Science Department

MARTIN, FRED C., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Foreign Language Department

MARTIN, GEORGE C. JR., B.E., A.M., Ph.D.

Professor - Geography Department

MARTINEZ, RAY H., B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Health and Physical Education Department

MARTOCCIA, C.T., A.B., M.S., Ph.D.

Instructor - Psychology Department

MATTHEIS, FLOYD E., B.S., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor - Science Department

MENDENHALL, CYNTHIA, B.S., A.B.

Director of the College Union

MERRITT, NORMAN F., JR., B.S., M.B.A.

Professor of Air Science - Department of Air Science

MILLER. C. DAVID. B.S.. M.A.

Assistant Professor - Music Department

MILLER, SCARLETT P., B.S.

Assistant to the College Union Director

MILSTEAD, HARLEY P., B.E., A.M., Ph.D.

Professor - Geography Department Director

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MIMS, THOMAS E., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Art Department

MINNIS, PAUL R., B.S., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor - Art Department

MITCHELL, MAVIS, B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Physical Education Department

MODLIN, RUTH, A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Associate Professor - Education Department

MONROE, H. B., B.S., M.S., Ed.D.

Associate Professor - Industrial Arts Department

MARTIN, MARCELLE

Instructor - Foreign Language Department

MORRISON, ROBERT R., B.A., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Foreign Lansuase Department

MURRAY, ANNIE MAE, A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Education Department

MURRAY, PAUL, Ph.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Social Studies Department Director

MYERS, BOB, B.S., M.A.

Instructor - School of Business

MYERS, CHRISTINE P., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - School of Business

MYERS, MARTHA B., B.S.

Instructor - English Department

NAPP, R. R., B.A., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor - Social Studies Department

NEEL, FRANCIS LEE, M.A., B.S.

Associate Professor - Art Department

NICHOLSON, EDWARD M., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - Psychology Department

NIXON, CLIFFORD L., B.A., M.A., Ed.D.

Instructor - Education Department

faculty

Precision metal tooling can be obtained by a skilled operator of the turret lathe in the Industrial Arts Department.

Jo Anne Ballance, a library science major, makes reference to information in the stacks of the library.

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Dr. Davis, director of the Mathematics Department, ex- plains a difficult equation to students in a mathematics class.

The Music Department ofers a wide range of courses of study for the music major.

NIXON, RUTH H., A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Instructor - Education Department

OLDENBURG, RICHARD C. B.A., M.A., Ed.D.

Instructor - Psychology Department

OLSEN, HAROLD P., M.S., B.S.

Instructor - Industrial Arts Department

OWENS, PHOEBA B., M.A.

Instructor - Library Science Department

PARNELL, JAMES H., B.M., M.M.

Associate Professor - Music Department

PARSONS, PRESTON D., A.B., B.D.

Assistant Professor - Psychology Department

PASCHAL, HERBERT R., B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Social Studies Department

PASTI, GEORGE. JR., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Social Studies Department

PENNINGTON, RAYMOND R., B.S., M.Ed.

Instructor - Health and Physical Education Department

PERRY, MARGUERITE A., B.A., M.A.

Associate Professor - Foreign Language Department

PETTEWAY, BETTY E., B.F.A., ALF.A.

Assistant Professor - Art Department

PIERCE, OVID, A.B., M.A.

Professor - English Department

PITT, HENRY L.

Personnel Specialist - Air Science Department

POSEY, MEREDITH NEILL, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - English Department Director

POTTER, GWEN, B.S., M.S., C.P.A.

Associate Professor - School of Business

PREWETT, CLINTON R., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Psychology Department

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Clinical study and practice is included in the curriculum of the East Carolina College School of Nursing.

Dr. Clinton Prewett, director of the Psychology Department, administers a test of conditioning response.

faculty

PRICE, CHARLES L., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Social Studies Department

READ, FLOYD M., JR., B.S., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor - Science Department

REEDER, GLEN P., B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Health and Physical Education Department

REYNOLDS, CHARLES W., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Science Department Director

REYNOLDS, JOHN 0., B.S., A.M., Ph.D.

Professor - Mathematics Department

REYNOLDS, LENA B., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor - English Department

RIVES, RALPH H., B.S., M.A., Ed.D.

Assistant Professor - English Department

ROULSTON, ROSALIND, B.A., M.A.

Assistant Professor - English Department

RUSSELL, BETTY J., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - Health and Physical Education Department

SAUNDERS, FRANK W., A.B., M.A.

Instructor - Mathematics Department

SCOTT, B. E., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - Industrial Arts Department

SCOTT, PERCY C, B.S., M.A., S.M., Ph.D.

Professor - Mathematics Department

SEILER. GRACE, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - English Department

SEXAUER, DONALD, B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Art Department

SHANK, BARRY M., B.M.E., M.M.

Instructor - Music Department

SILVERS, GRACE P., B.S., C.P.A.

Instructor - School of Business

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Scales, Bunson burners, and students compose the basic in- gredients for lab work in the Science Department.

Dr. Steelman lectures on foreign affairs to a History 50 class in the Social Studies Department.

faculty

SIMPSON, DONALD G., B.S.

Assistant Professor - Air Science Department

SIMPSON, EVERETT C, Ph.D.

Instructor - Science Department

SMILEY, WENDELL W., A.B., A.B.L.S., M.S.

Professor - Library Science Department

SMITH, NORMAN EARL, B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - Physical Education Department

SORENSEN, FREDERICK, Ph.D.

Instructor - English Department

SOUTHWICK, MILDRED D., A.B., A.M., B.L.S., Ph.D.

Assistant Librarian - Library Science Department

SPEIGHT, FRANCIS.

Professor - Art Department

STALLINGS, NELL, M.A.

Associate Professor - Physical Education Department

STATON, MARY LOIS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Education Department

STEELE, MARY S., A.B., M.N.

Instructor - School of Nursing

STEELE, RALPH H., B.S., M.S., Rec. Dir.

Recreation Director - Health and Physical Education Department

STEELMAN, LALA CARR, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Social Studies Department

STEELMAN, JOSEPH F., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Social Studies Department

STEVENS, CHARLES E., B.A., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Music Department

STEWART, JAMES H., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Social Studies Department

STEWART, LELAND, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Professor - Science Department

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STILLWELL, EDGAR F., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Instructor - Science Department

STOUT, CARL E., B.M., M.A.

Instructor - Music Department

STRAWN, ALICE, B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor - Home Economics Department

STRONG, CLINTON H., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Instructor - Physical Education Department

SUGGS, JOANNE, B.S., M.P.H.

Instructor - School of Nursing

SWINDELL, LEWIS H., JR., B.S., M.A., Ed.D.

Instructor - Education Department

TAYLOR, RICHARD, B.A.

Instructor - Social Studies Department

TINDER, NANCY, B.A., M.A.

Instructor - English Department

THOMAS, DAVID NOLAND, M.A.

Instructor - Social Studies Department

TODD, RICHARD C., B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D.

Professor - Social Studies Department

TOLL, ELEANOR E., B.M., M.M.

Instructor - Music Department

TOLL, PAUL A., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - Social Studies Department

TRACY, DONALD C., B.M., M.M.

Instructor - Music Department

UTTERBACK, ELIZABETH, A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor - English Department

VORNHOLT, DAN E., B.M., M.A.

Associate Professor - Music Department

WALDROP, BONNIE E., A.A., B.S.

Instructor - School of Nursing

WALDROP, PAUL E., B.S., Ed.M.

Instructor - Industrial Arts Department

WALKER, ELIZABETH S., A.B., A.B.L.S., M.A.

Assistant Librarian

WANDERMAN, HENRY, B.A., Dr. Econ.

Assistant Professor - Foreign Language Department

WARREN, EVA W., A.B., M.Ed., M.P.H.

Dean - School of Nursing

WEBBER, CARROLL, M.A.

Instructor - Mathematics Department

WELBORN, ODELL L., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor - Physical Education Department

WHITE, GLADYS R., B.S., M.A.

Instructor - Music Department

WHITE, JAMES L., A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor - School of Business

WHITE, KATHERINE W., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - English Department

WILDER, VERNIE BERT, B.S., M.A.

Instructor - Library Science Department

WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH B., B.A.

Instructor - Library Science Department

WILLIAMS, LEE G., A.B., B.S.L.S.

Instructor - Library Science Department

WILLIAMS, LOUISE L., M.A.

Associate Professor - Mathematics Department

WILLIAMS, ROBERT W., B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Social Studies

WILTON, CHRISTINE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Professor - Science Department

WINKLER, FRANCES R., A.B., LL.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor - English Department

WITHEY, J. A., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor - English Department

WOLFGANG, FETSCH U., M.M., B.M., Mus.D.

Assistant Professor - Music Department

WOODSIDE, ROBERT M., B.S., M.S.

Instructor - Mathematics Department

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buccaneer faculty Citations

Eleven members of the East Carolina College Faculty have been honored by their selection for BUCCANEER Faculty Citations. This new feature of the BUCCANEER lists but a few of the many outstanding faculty members deseiTing of such recognition. A committee selected from the Publications Board chose some for their national recognition in their fields, some for their length of meritable sei-vice, and others for personal accomplishments. With a desire that this method of honoring distin- guished faculty members be continued as a tradition at East Carolina Col- lege, the 1962 yearl)Ook presents eleven faculty members desei-ving of BUCCANEER Faculty Citations.

James William Batten

Dr. James W. Batten was selected as part of a vast force chosen by the National Aeronautics and Space Admin- istration to train the men in whom Uncle Sam's space prestige hopes lie. His specific job, in his own words, was "to train the astronauts in celestial mechanics and celestial recognition." A Goldsboro native, he joined the local Education Department in 1960 after receiving his doctorate from the University of North Carolina. He says he joined the college faculty "because this is a good, growing institution that offers me many opportunities in both my fields." This member of the Mount Olive Junior College Board of Directors has authored Our Neighbors in Space, which he hopes will be adopted as a textbook for astronomy courses.

Elmer R. Browning

Heading the largest of the seventeen departments, the School of Business, Dr. Elmer R. Browning has been a faculty member since 1936. A member of Phi Delta Kappa, Pi Omega Pi, and Delta Sigma Pi, Dr. Browning received his master's degree from Duke University and his doctorate from Colorado State College. This native of Logan, West Virginia, is also a member of the American Institute of Management and the Board of Managers of the local Planters National Bank. Under the leadership of Dr. Browning, the School of Business has grown from a staff of two to become recognized as the largest school of its kind in North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Herbet L. Carter

Known for his promotion of school spirit among the student body, Mr. Herbert L. Carter serves as Director of the Bands and as associate professor of music. Mr. Carter, a native of Mayfield, Kentucky, received his B.M. degree from Murray State College and his M.A. degree from Columbia University. An active member of the North Carolina Education Association and Phi Mu Alpha, professional music frat- ernity, he, since coming to the college in 1946, has developed the marching band into a distinctive group four times its original size. In the Spring of 1961, the East Carolina Symphonic Band was selected, following audition, to perform at the South- eastern Division of Music Educators National Conference Convention, thus exemplify- ing the hours of patience and diligent work so unselfishly given by Mr. Carter.

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David R. Davis

Memborsliip in Plii Deta Kappa, Who's Who in Educa- tion, and Who's Who in Eas! arc hut a few of the many honors awarded Dr. David R. Davis for contributions to the field of mathematics. The Director of the Mathematics De- partment received B.A. and M.A. degrees from the Uni- versity of Indiana and Ph.D. degree from the University of Chicago. A member of Pi Mu Epsilon and the American Mathematics Society, Dr. Davis has written several text- books including Modern College Mnthemutics and In- troductory College Mathematics, which he co-authored with W. E. Milne.

Lucile M. H. Charles

Recognized as an author, a director, an actress, and a professor, Dr. Lucile M. H. Charles joined the faculty in 1946 as a teacher in the English department and as Director of Dramatic Arts. Prior to coming to East Carolina, Dr. Charles acted on the professional stage, studied in the Theater Guild, appeared with a string quintet of the Chicago Symphony as a pianist, and acted as co-ordinator for a Columbia Broadcasting System series. Among the native Chicagoan's writings are articles on medical subjects, a series of articles on primitive drama, and The Story of the Baby Sphinx and Other Fables.

Frank W. Eller

A professor in the science department since 1957, Dr. Frank W. Eller is known for his interest and participation as a radiation officer in Civil Defense. In this capacity, he has instructed classes in radiation monitoring. The native North Carolinian attended Columbia University where he received his doctorate. Dr. Eller, who formerly taught in public schools, is active in civic projects, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the Mitchell Scientific Society. He has written a "Guide to Engineering Education" and material on marine biology.

Audrey V. Dempsey

A member of the School of Business faculty. Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey is listed in Who's Who of American Women and Who's Who in Education. Since coming to the college in 1940, Dr. Dempsey has served as sponsor for the local Beta Kappa chapter of Pi Omega Pi, of which she has been national president, organizer, and editor. Dr. Dempsey also holds membership in Delta Pi Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, and Alpha Iota. The former Colorado public school teacher is a former corresponding secretary and president of the North Carolina chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, society for women in education.

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George Pasti, Jr.

This professor of social studies is known for his active participation in world affairs, as evidenced by his chair- manship of the World Affairs Institute held here annually and his interest in promoting the series begun on campus this year which features visiting, world-renowned lecturers. Dr. George Pasti, Jr., a former Navy Man, has done grad- uate work at the University of London and at Harvard Uni- versity on a fellowship presented him. A member of Phi Alpha Theta, honorary history fraternity, and the Asia So- ciety, he is the author of U.S. Strategy for the Future and Elements of Strategy which he co-authored. This Illinois native is a former president of the local chapter of the American Association of University Professors.

Mary H. Greene

Born into a newspaper family. Miss Mary H. Greene, a native of South Carolina, is a graduate of Agnes Scott College with an A.B. degree and of Columbia University with a M.A. degree. The Phi Beta Kappa and Delta Kappa Gamma member joined the local faculty in 1928. thus making her the oldest, in point of service, instructor on the college campus. She serves as Director of the News Bureau and Assistant Director of Public Relations, in addition to being an associate pro- fessor in the Department of English. Recognized for outstanding work in the field of journalism, Miss Greene is a member of the Editorial Boards of both North Carolina Education and The North Carolina English Teacher.

Ovid Williams Pierce

This noted author, Ovid Williams Pierce, joined the faculty of the depart- ment of English in 1956. He is the author of a number of short stories and of two novels. The Plantation and On a Lonesome Porch, both with a setting of Eastern North Carolina. These works have gained him national recognition as a writer of fiction. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Mr. Pierce attended Duke University and, two years later. Harvard where his study with Pulitzer Prize winner, Robert Hillyer, increased his ambitions to become a writer. Some years ago, Mr. Pierce restored a house on his farm near Weldon, where he can be found most weekends, writing and engaging in the many interests of a land owner.

Francis Speight

Francis Speight, native North Carolinian, came to the college as a resident professor of art this year. The dis- tinguished artist has been described as "unexcelled among native North Carolina artists" and as having "rare genius." His works hang in more than forty museums and in several private collections. In 1960, he was granted the highest award of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Gold Medal of Honor. Other prizes presented him include the Sesnan Gold Medal for Landscape and the Obrig Prize. This Wake Forest graduate is listed in Who's Who in America and Encyclopedia Britannica, in which one of his works is reproduced.

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Residences

With accommodations in eleven dormitories, nine for women and two for men, approximately three thou- sand students are housed on campus. These dormitories include the oldest, Wilson Hall, erected in 1908 for women students, and the newest, Aycock Dormitory, completed two years ago for men students. Each of the eleven dormitories is under the supervision of a resident that resides in the dormitory for counseling purposes. Other College students either commute, live off-cam- pus, or reside in fraternity or sorority houses.

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MRS. ESTEL THIGPEN Umstead Hall

MRS. DAISY ROGERS Umstead Hall

MR. BILL HOWARD Director of Housing

Serving as both friends and coun- selors of the students, the dormitory residents, two male students with mili- taiy experience, and the dormitory counselors reside in the dormitories with the students. The male housing is under the supervision of the Director of Housing, Mr. Bill Howard, while all female dormitory students are under the supei^vision of the Dean of Women, Miss Ruth White.

MRS. CHARLOTTE KNIGHTEN. Wilson Hall

MRS. BRUNIE YARLEY, Slay Hall

MISS ALMA BIZZELL, Cotten Hall

MISS EUNICE McGEE, Ragsdale Hall

MRS. RUTH GARNER, Fleming Hall

MRS. HELEN SNYDER, Garrett Hall

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OFFICERS

PRESIDENT- Libby Glover

VICE-PRESIDENT- Becky Narron

SECRETARY- Nancy Baker

TREASURER- Joyce Mitchell

Slay Hall

Woman's Hall

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT- Jean Bell

VICE-PRESIDENT- Pamela Simmons

SECRETARY- Drue Williams

TREASURER- Gayle Strickland

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Ragsdale Hall

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT- Rebecca Murphrey

VICE-PRESIDENT- Liz K. Denton

SECRETARY-Sue Bailey

TREASURER-Billie Boyd (Not Pictured)

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT- Sue Ellen Hunsucker

VICE-PRESIDENT- Cindy Sturdivant (Not Pictured)

SECRETARY- Elizabeth Carroll

TREASURER-Linda Grady

Garrett

Wilson Hall

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT- Glennis Edwards

VICE-PRESIDENT- Rebecca Parker (Not Pictured)

SECRETARY-Jean Woodson

TREASURER- Cherry Futreal

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Cotton Mall

WEST WING OFFICERS

PRESIDENT-Ann Kilby

VICE-PRESIDENT- Olive Herring (Not Pictured)

SECRETARY-Sue Evans

TREASURER- Patsy F. Shaw

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT-Molly Harrell

VICE-PRESIDENT- Martha Lake

SECRETARY-Sue Little

TREASURER- Ronnie Gay

Mall

Umstead Hall

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT-Kay High

VICE-PRESIDENT-Doris Lambeth

SECRETARY- Arlene Gaynor (Not Pictured)

TREASURER- Diane Bray

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Jarvis Mall

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT- Janie Pope

VICE-PRESIDENT-Norma Faye Williams

SECRETARY- Denise Owens

TREASURER- Linda Harvell

Flemmg Mall

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT-Beth Harris

VICE-PRESIDENT- Elizabeth Taylor

SECRETARY-Jean Lasater

TREASURER-Sandra Gurley

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OFFICERS

PRESIDENT- Robert Washer

VICE-PRESIDENT-Henry Taylor

SECRETARY-Wayne Kennedy

TREASURER-Jim Kirkland

Jones Dorm

Aycock Dorm

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT- Wilbur Poston

VICE-PRESIDENT-Melvin Hooker

SECRETARY- Ike Fogle

TREASURER- Joe Radcliffe (Not Pictured)

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STUDENT LIFE 42

BEAUTIES 75

MARSHALS 89

WHO'S WHO 95

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Campus Life






Simultaneous

With Spring, came the twist that so conquered the school it lasted throughout the year.

Spring

Spring - the happiest season of the year - brings many activities to the ECC campus; and Spring, 1961, was no exception. With it came the Twist and Hurricane Donna, simuUaneously. Highlighting the season's activ- ities was the long-to-be-remembered Spring Camival. The College Union-sponsored event was unsurpassed, as usual, in fun and pageantry.

Spring brought many more activities, however, than those found on the college calendar. With it came days so full of activity that the publications' staffs were often confined to their offices, even during lunch hours. Announcements were not rare, either, for elections con- tinually resulted in the naming of the key SGA officials, the marshals and their chief, and the first Outstanding Faculty winner.

Enteilainment was not forgotten during the season; "J. B." was presented as was the very successful musical "South Pacific." Outstanding campus formals and color- ful photographers were also characteristic of this "spring fever" season.

The K. A.'s actively participated in the College Union- sponsored Spring Carnival with their "Try Your Pot Luck."

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invasion By The Twist And Hurricane Donna...

Once more the APO's continued their service projects with past President Bobby Sasser leading the clean-up following de- structive Hurricane Donna.

Cast your vote for the ugliest man on campus . . . The Deltasigs, with their own Mac Burris, did their part in making the Carnival the success it was.

Barber School? No! However, anyone could learn to shave a balloon at the Spring Carnival.

Bud Wall gives his interpretation of "Little Egypt" and her "dance of the pyramids."

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...Participation In The Traditional Spring Carnival...

Even the Parisian Can Can could be found at the Sorority Spectacular.

Making its debut appearance, the Sorority Spectacular captured the hearts of the audience as it aided the Chapel Fund with the proceeds. In the presentation, the blue ribbon was awarded to Alpha Xi Delta Sorority who did a take-off on the Lucky Strike Hit Parade with their version, "Ghostville Hit Parade." Sec- ond place honors went to Alphi Phi and third place was captured by Chi Omega.

With a cast of over two hundred and un- der the direction of Kay McLawhorn, the per- foiinance was repeated, by popular demand, in April, with proceeds going to the Cancer Fund.

Mammy Yokum. complete with pipe and jug, too!

"And babies make three?" No. but they were typical of the success of the Sorority Spectacular.

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"Marryin' Sam" made his (?) ap- pearance at the Spectacular, as did all the Li'l Abner characters.

Just like in the funny paper and the movies, Daisy Mae got her man at the Sorority Spectacular.

...The Debut Of The Sorority Spectacular...

The curtain call for all the participants of Broadway in Springtime, the Sorority Spectacular, was well-deserved. "A Really Big Show" . . . according to the campus

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This modern version of the book of Job in the form of "J. B." is one of the most heralded and praised plays of the last decade. "J. B." came to us as a part of the SGA Entertainment Series.

Happy Mary Elizabeth Gardner, sponsored by Kappa Alpha Frat- ernity, was crowned White Ball Queen, 1961.

Publications' editor, as- sociate editor, and busi- ness manager enjoy lunch- eon, home-style, in the 'East Carolinian' office.

Jim Kirkland at the

Quality Entertainment, Colorful

With the coming of spring, it seems ECC students find the college pool the most popular and refreshing spot on campus.

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"Who to vote for" was the question on every<]ne"s mind in April. Students view the mug shots of SGA officer hopefuls with interest as they attempt to answer the question for themselves.

Spring Elections

For the first time, a contest was held to select the most outstanding instructor. The honor was given by faculty and students to Dr. Hubert Coleman, professor in the Social Studies department.

. . . height of his college career.

Photographers, Campus Formals, Hungry Journalists, . . .

"South Pacific," a Broad- way hit musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein opened in Mc- Ginnis Auditorium for a four night run that resulted in cap- acity crowds and a one day holdover. The production, the eighth annual musical spon- sored by the SGA, starred Peter Johl and Betsy Hancock. Each night an estimated crowd of a thousand people was turned away from the box of- fice.

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'Knowing' That

The puzzlement on Tommy Hick's face is evident as the BUC- CANEER photographer invades his room.

Larry Wetherly's and Jimmy Scott's problem was math; ECC's was proving the lack of space in the dormitories.

As the regular school year comes to its conclusion, thoughts of the following year be- gan to flow; where to room and who to room with were questions on everyone's minds. As coeds began to register for dormitory facili- ties for the coming year, it became evident that crowded conditions would prevail.

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Lack Of Space and Quantity Of Students Added To The Crowded Conditions

Coeds patiently wait in the long lines for room assignments . . .

only to find excessively crowded conditions.

Too many cars and too few parking spaces - Limited parking facilities became evident as did the dormitory facilities.

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And The Highlight Of The Year

At the 1961 graduation exercises Dempsey Williams was administered an oath preceding his commission to the U. S. Marine Corps.

Graduation, the end of years of study, marked the beginning of a new era in the lives of more tlian nine hundred and eighty-three members of the East Carolina College graduating class.

Gathering in the college stadium, on May 21, the graduates marched to "Pomp and Circumstance" into the commencement area where the princi- ple address was given by Chancellor John T. Caldwell of the University of North Carolina.

A new method of presenting the diploma was devised so as to preseiTe time usually spent by individual pre- sentation. Dempsey Williams, Presi- dent of the graduating class, was pre- sented one diploma as a symbol of all nine hundred and eighty-three of tliem. Following the exercise, diplomas were distributed in various departments.

Graduation-Marked The

Highlighting the gradu- ation dignitaries was Gov- ernor Terry Sanford who stressed the importance of educating in North Caro- lina and retaining the educated in the state.

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Local, state, and national digni- taries and administrative officials of the college lead the 1961 grad- uation processional.

Yes, with graduation, the 1960-1961 year ended To some, it meant summer school; for others, the begin ning of a new job; to still others, it meant a summer of travel; and, to a select few, it meant a period of parties We saw several firsts, including the first Sorority Spec tacular and the first held-over, playhouse production; we saw several changes in both graduation and registration We saw the year as we made it - sad, happy, disgusting, and exciting. We saw the 1960-1961 school year come to an end.

Whirlwind Of Activity Found Only In Spring.

Graduates, facuhy, friends, and relatives patiently await instructions for the processional of graduating sen-

Dempsey Williams, president of the graduating class, accepts the diploma on behalf of his fellow-classmates.

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Summer

Sudden Cloudbursts

White, silver sands found on the Eastern coast took the college students to the beaches as summer school sessions began.

Rex Harriss agrees; those famous East Carolina "sud- den cloudbursts" can be annoying, especially in the sum- mer".

Summer, the period of sun and fun, was ushered in by the eager ECC students. The sea- son, to most students, meant more than extra studies; it meant beach trips, bermuda-balls, the Fourth of July, refreshing swims in the col- lege pool, and the famous watermelon cuttings. Yes, summer school was the time for fun - and fun, the ECC students had. Serious minded col- lege students realized, of course that there was more to Summer than fun; therefore, it was not rare to see them mixing tlieir pleasures with their obligations; bemiudas and summer classes became synonymous. This season had its draw- backs, as do all. There were too many gnats and too many sudden rainstorms. Then, too, this was the season of the last appearance of Buc, the college mascot.

Cool, refreshing dips in the college pool were eagerly sought by all with such im- patience that bermudas often replaced bathins; trunks.

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Bucs Cast Appearance Refreshing Dips In The Pool,

What a way to spend the summer ... swatting gnats and attending classes?

East Carolina lost, during the summer school sessin, its beloved mascot to chronic pneumonia. The death of Buc brought sadness and replies of "we'll always remember Buc" from the student body.

Remembering the pains of registration, but knowing that they had finished - until the next quarter - Buddy Weis, Sherrill Norman, and Jerry Wilkins relax in the Soda Shop.

Students enjoy the music of the Summer School Band, under the baton of Mr. Her- bert Carter. This outdoor concert was a portion of the Fourth of July celebration on campus, which featured a watermelon cutting and an address by Dr. Jenkins hon- oring foreign students on campus.

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Watermelon Cuttings

Can the College Union be too active, es- pecially with its famous watermelon cuttings? Note the expression on Doug Sutton's face. Could he possibly have eaten too much?

Sun shades, watermelons, short-sleeve shirts, and out- door gatherings - all were typical of the 1961 Summer School.

What, me worry? SGA president, Otis Strother, was married during Sum- mer School, as were many other ECC students.

Love and leisure nights often led the students to the fountain and Wright Circle . . .

. . . But leisure days were so in- frequent that studies led them past the fountain and Wright Circle to the various classroom buildings.

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Week-end Beack Trips . . .

Could it be possible? Carolyn Barnes apparently enjoys purchasing school supplies in the Student Sup- ply Store.

Morehead and Atlantic Beach was the scene of many enjoyable "sun and fun" weekends. Tom Moore and John Baxter enjoyed the many new acquaintances to be found on the coast.

Miss Cyntliia Mendenhall and the College Union made sure that there were plenty watermelons for everyone in summer school. On the weekends, students could be found at the beach, walking on the white-silver sand, lying in the sun or swimming in the cool At- lantic. Yes, summer school was the life, until classes resumed each Mon- day morning.

Leisure Night By The Fountain

Even Merle Summers and party found time away from SGA activities to "soak the sun" and "stroll along the boardwalk."

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ECC Night At The

As a part of ECC Night at The Lost Colony. Dr. Leo Jenkins de- livered the principal address in which he stated that what is now- called the age of space is not a new thing, for at the time of the attempted colonial settlement it was a venture into outer space for Sir Walter Raleigh.

An East Carolina pirate displays the college seal on a flag made for the special event and displayed at the Lost Colony.

Count Basie, regarded as the most explosive force in Jazz, ap- peared in a two-hour concert on campus during the summer. Jim Loggins and Ward Simmons pose with the Jazz great, Count Basie.

August was the month East Carolina College was featured on Roanoke Island at the "Lost Col- ony." A celebration which included a fish fry was held in Manteo. Dr. Jenkins, SGA President Otis Strother, and Fodie Hodges, President of the East Carolina College Alumni Association, were among those present at the gathering. A chartered bus took a large delegation from Greenville and the campus. Rain threatened the audience, but at curtain time the clouds parted to reveal a starry background for old Fort Raleigh.

On the stage Saturday evening. Dr. Jenkins was a guest performer in the role of Captain Amadas.

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Lost Colony - All But A Small Portion

Frankie Lester, featured singer of the Billy May and, was a favorite at the Summer School Queen crowning.

The colorfully-dressed Billy May Band furnished the popular music for the Summer School Dance.

. . . Of Summer School

Following the turmoil of exams, ECC students sought the refresh- ing atmosphere found off-campus.

In such a large college, luok-alikes are not rare, but Jim Loggins and billboard ad resemblances are not frequently found.

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With Fall Came

As freshman girls came to college, they found those crowded conditions, the large campus, beautiful Wright Circle, and, apparently, cute photographers.

Exploring the halls of Wright proved to be quite a challenge to the incoming freshmen as-thev found College Union . . . Soda Shop . . . BUCCANEER Office . . . IFC Office . . . Auditorium . . . SGA . . . and the dreaded Judiciary.

Fall

East Carolina College opened its doors to 5,263 stu- dents at the beginning of Fall Quarter. Orientation and regis- tration kicked off a new school year that promised to give last- ing memories - exams, friends, activities and Homecoming. And, it did, too! . . . This was the year that followed East Carolina College's winning the National Association of Inter- Collegiate Athletics Baseball Championship during the sum- mer. With this as a spirit booster, the students of East Carolina College set out to make 1961-1962 the best year possible.

At assemblies held during the week of orientation, freshmen became acquainted with "key" administrative officials and campus leaders.

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The Freshmen, Orientation, And ...

Between classes, freshmen and upperclassmen . . .

. . . had an opportunity to get acquainted.

Speech tests were administered to the new freshmen during the active Orienta- tion Week.

Receptions honoring the freshmen were held in various departments during the final days of the Week. A receiving line for stu- dents of the School of Business lasted for hours, with punch as a reward for those who could last through it.

New students poured into Wright Auditorium to meet the campus leaders who introduced them to the various phases of student life.

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All

Chararteristic of all registrations are the long lines of students waiting for entrance to Wright Auditorium.

. . . Dreaded Registration . .

Upperclassmen were on hand, during the day. to help the "green"' freshmen with those traditional registration problems.

Am I in the right line? Utter confusion prevails at all college registrations.

It seems as though you can never get exactly what you want; with disappointment, you turn to some- one else, hoping to get your sec- ond choice.

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Giving Them A Glimpse Of Their New Home ...

The busiest portion of Wright during registration seems to be the part occupied by the School of Business. Endless lines are to be found, no matter where you turn.

Following the orientation of freshmen, students once more became exposed to the mad rush that accompanies the beginning of college. Freshmen were exposed for the first time to the rigors of college life - namely, that hectic three-ring circus commonly known as registration. Endless lines con- fronted the baffled freshmen as they began the ordeal of registering. Dismal faces of freshmen looked hopefully to up- perclassmen for encouragement, but there was none to be found. They, too, were confused and in need of encouragement.

Yes, registration wouldn't be registration without prob- lems. This freshman, unacquainted with the dilemma of registration, asks, "Whv not?"

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Combo appearances at outdoor dances are not rare. Fatigued Harry Avery seems to be the center of attraction at the Maintenance Building parking lot.

Typical of the first of each quarter is this $22.93 spent for text- books.

On Thursdays, ECC students eagerly scan copies of the EAST CAROLINIAN; but, with the coming of Winter Quarter, the newspaper went semi-weekly and the scanning went from Thursdays to both Tuesdays and Fridays.

Complete With

With cries of "We want out," female students cheered on the demonstration staged by the male students following the failure of the Bond Issue.

"Vote for a better North Carolina" was the theme of the college-wide Bond Issue Rally held prior to the November 7th voting. At this rally, ECC students were told what they could do to influence votes that would, in the end, provide East Carolina Col- lege with better facilities for the near future. The work of East Carolina and of other state-sup- ported colleges here in the state was to no avail, however, for the issue was defeated. As a result of the failure of the Issue, disap- pointment of local students was shown by a peaceful demonstra- tion that led to a parade from the dormitories on College Hill Drive to tlie downtown area where President Jenkins spoke on the Issue he had so strongly believed in. With T.V. and Radio equip- ment following, the male students marched back to tlie dormitories.

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Prize winners at the Roaring Twenties Dance were typical of the success of the "flapper" event.

ECC students prove their disappointment in the defeat of the Bond Issue with a peaceful demonstration lasting into the "wee hours" of the morning.

Nightly Dances, Bond Issue And Demonstation ...

In support of the Bond Issue, East Carolina students participated in the Torch Marathon which was run from the coast across the state.

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Twisting napkins and sticking them in chicken wire is the first thing that comes to one's mind when thinking about homecoming. Delta- sigs, Ronnie Neal, and Stuart Odham prepare their prize-winning float for the parade.

Homecoming was different this year. A brilliant blue sky, filled with fluffy, cotton-white clouds, welcomed students and alumni to one of the most colorful and spectacular of ECC Homecomings, October 7th. The parade, bringing in the "Dixie Days," got under- way Saturday morning, following a pep rally and bonfire the pre- vious Thursday night and conceits on Friday night. In pre-game ceremonies, lovely Jean Lasater, a Lambda Chi sponsor, was crowned Homecoming Queen. Then the 22-20 ECC win over Elon typified the success of the 1961 Homecoming.

Upon failing to fulfill his engagement, Chuck Jackson, of "I Don't Wanna Cry" fame, was hung by ECC students in effigy.

... And A Dixie-Style

Vivacious Jean Lasater was crown- ed Homecoming Queen 1961 by former Queen, Ellie Speckman.

A coincidence? At the University of Miami, the Theta Chi's have an annual boat burning. East Carolina burned its own this year, but accidentally. The Theta Chi float burned, by accident, during the Homecoming Parade.

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Our fight for a victorious Homecoming was evidenced by the appearance the Confederate cannon and Rebel soldiers.

Cotton-white clouds, Rebel uniforms, and Confederate mules - all were characteristic of our "Dixie Days" Home- coming.

Homecoming That Actually Began . . .

Homecoming 1961, through

Crowds lined the stadium, complete with meaningful Rebel flags, to view ECC's vic- tory over Elon. These excited spectators became the largest group in history to ever iew a local athletic event.

... the eyes of the spectator.

It was more than another Carolinas Conference game. It was Homecoming - a combination of the Cannes Film Fes- tival, the Pamplona bull fights and a political convention. Old grads, their hair lines receding and their girths swol- len comically, returned to soak up the nostalgia of happy campus days. Foot- ball - real teeth jarring knocking - was evident as East Carolina and Elon slugged each other for sixty minutes, resulting in a 22-20 victory for ECC.

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Lovely Southern Belles made the Homecoming festivities attractive as well as exciting.

Alice Ann Home and Adolphus Spain, alumni of East Carolina, were but two who joined ECC stu- dents and former students at the Homecoming Dance on Saturday night.

Homecoming did not end with the victori- ous game with Elon. To some, there followed many hours of twirling around the ballroom floor of Wright Building; whereas, to others, fratemity and sorority parties were on the agenda. No matter what the Saturday night plans, however, Homecoming 1961 ended witli many memories of the pep rally, parade, con- certs, game, and dance that made up this long- to-be-remembered ECC festivity.

Music, provided by Maynard Ferguson and band, proved to be quite popular with the students attending the Homecoming Dance.

Cheek to cheek they danced at ECC's successful Homecoming Dance held in Wright Audito- rium.

Following the "Big Game," open house was held in the College Union with Jimmy Taylor and Carol McCullen serving as host and hostess.

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After an appearance in wright Auditorium, Josh White and son headed for the Pika house for another appearance.

Kappa Alpha's did their part in making the Sorority All-Sing a success.

Pika's and Sigma Nu's combined efforts to promote a football game with their "brothers" as stars, in support of the memorial stadium being erected on campus.

Tri-Sig Polly Bunting led her sisters to victory at the All-Sing.

...A Year Of Fun, Knowledge, And Experience.

Pep rallies just would not e complete without the ever-loyal cheerleaders.

Crowds lined the ECC tennis courts for pep rallies, as East Carolina moved to victory.

Rain, an umbrella, and pho- tographer Skip Wamsley at foot- ball games provided an excellent subject for the BUCCANEER photographer.

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With Tempemtures

SNOW ... an unusual and exciting sight on the East Carolina campus came during the month of January. For the first few days of snow flurries, a winter wonderland reigned. But when the first touches of ice were added to the streets and sidewalk, ECC students were wishing it would vanish quickly. The campus was batlied unnaturally in the white, cloudy substance, and it appeared that a flick of a wand had moved East Carolina into the far reaches of the Noith. Snowmen were built and many a snowball fight held. Winter was the season for erratic weather, varied entertain- ment, and for . . . SNOW.

Snows came, but a few, straggling students still '"hit the road" for classes.

Modern facilities of Joyner Library make an attractive picture for BUCCANEER Pho- tographer Fred Robertson.

Up and down steps, day after day. is the trail for those students having classes in Austin.

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From One extreme To Another

The bitter, cold wind was often an in- ducement to take that "last cut" and re- main in the dorm, but some headed for classes and the soda shop without further hesitation.

With temperatures hitting an extreme of seven degrees one day and another extreme of seventy degrees the same week, students did not know what to plan for outside recreation.

East Carolina set a record by giving 264 pints of blood in oodmobile visit to the campus.

Diana Canady was but one enjoying the snow when she should have been in class.

And Snow

Skiing behind cars was one of the favorite pastimes of the more energetic and athletic male students.

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The College Union is fa- mous for its traditional Christ- mas Decorating Party. Many engage in the fun and, at the same time, add to the Christ- mas spirit for the many who visit the CU daily.

Even in snow weather, the from soda shop to dorm and dorm to soda shop is a well-worn one.

. . . Coming Twice In One Week,

Many coeds, especially the pretty Sue Little, fell prey to the male pranksters on campus as the first, light snow covered the ground and trees.

The comforts of home, rareness of study, and "no date are evidenced by this picture of Kenneth Carroway.

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Students were amazed by the frozen fountain during the week of the snow.

East Carolina Cheerleaders, Lillian Moye, Head; Barbara Rose; Marsha Whitworth; Camilla Henderson; Linda Whitworth; Jim Thompson and Carol Rankin, added that little extra touch and encouragement as they yelled for ECC victories.

"Spider" Crocker presided during the REBEL sponsored "poetry reading with a jazz background."

. . Winter Quarter . . .

With the coming of the snow, the beauty of our campus was enhanced.

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... Brought Ferrante and Teicher, Robert Shaw

Ferrante and Teicher "flipped their lids" in the two hour concert of merri- ment and melody when they visited ECC in February.

This organ became the center of attraction that led to many "oohs" and "ahs" following the ap- pearance of the Robert Shaw Chorale.

Even college students found that a good excuse to get away from studies was the snow and friends who yelled. "Oh, come on, we'll study later."

It's no snowman, though several could be seen on cam- pus during January. It's Tony Bowen with Camilla Hender- son's snowball plastered in his face.

Jim Scott and Woody Harrington found Wright windows the perfect place for bombarding passers-by.

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Chorale, And The Annual APO Sponsored ...

The whiteness of the snow, the blackness of the night, and the silverness of the lights produced the colorful effect found in this photo of College Hill Drive.

Though the two snowfalls domi- nated campus life photographs during the Winter Quarter, the season was full of other events too numerous to mention. Temperature, however, did detennine, to an extent, many of the activities tak- ing place. Several days, students could be seen wearing boots, top coats, scarves, and ear muffs; whereas, a few days, even bermudas could be found. Temperatures varied; so did the activities. This was the season of Christmas which reminded students of the joy of giving. This was the season students demonstrated their civic-mindedness when they gave blood during the local drive and staged a dance for funds going to crippled children. This was the season Ferrante and Teicher and the Robert Shaw Chorale gave de- lightful, campus performances. And, this was the season of exciting basketball games, poetry and jazz sessions, ring sales, and, of course - SNOW.

An East Carolina tradition - tall girls get the bottom post office boxes and the short girls get the top ones.

Activity was great as Mr. Lee Blackwell, Balfour representative, dis- played the ring samples for those in- terested in purchasing a college class ring.

Snow weather found Photographer Skip Wamsley on the prowl for interesting pictures . . . for the EAST CAROLIN- IAN.

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... White Ball.

January 19, 1962, marked the date of one of the largest social events of the year when Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, sponsored its annual White Ball. With all pro- ceeds going to the Crippled Children's Fund, a queen was chosen by a penny-a-vote basis. Each organization was invited to submit an entry for the Queen. From sixteen candidates entered, Julia Payne, sponsored by social fraternity Theta Chi, won the coveted crown.

Queen Julia Payne smiles happily as she accepts the roval role of White Ball Queen.

A huge crowd danced under the White Ball to the music of Jimmy Burns and his band.

Ecstatic Julia steps forward afte being announced Queen of the Ball.

APO Sweetheart. Diana Foster, and Jerry Cummings are introduced prior to the crowning of the queen.

A traditional part of the Ball is the presentation of the APO brothers and their dates.

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beauties

Known for its lovely Southern Belles, the South each year produces many outstanding beauties includ- ing the 1962 Miss America, selected from our own state just this year. East Carolina is no exception; for, a glance through the following pages proves that the col- lege has its share of beauty and personality. These lovely ladies are the special people who have won a well- deserved place in the world of beauty. However, this is but a small portion of those deserving to be featured in the Beauties section. East Carolina is fortunate to have, studying within her portals. Miss Norma Carole Sum- merhn. Miss Barbara Ann Ellis, Miss Julaine Cannon, and many more coeds well-known as beauty queens.

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Buccaneer Queen Finalists

Miss Patricia Kivette

This lovely brunette is a Sophomore Spanish major from Sanford. A tennis, swimming, and horseback riding enthusiast. Miss Patricia Hunt Kivette plans to attend American Airlines School in July, and, two months later, assume the role of an airline stewardess. Well-known on campus for her beauty, Pat is often called upon to represent various organizations in beauty contests. She was Delta Sigma Pi's sponsor for Homecoming Queen, Circle K Club's representative for Valentine Queen, and now Pi Kappa Phi's successful sponsor for BUCCANEER Queen.

Miss Judy Murphy

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From an array of forty-four cam- pus beauties, a queen and these three iTJnner-ups were chosen to reign over the 1962 BUCCANEER. Considering facial beauty alone, a committee of students and facuUy advisor chose the finalists from portraits submitted by the entrants. Local judges, consisting of James I. Gilliland, Stuart Savage, and Sam T. White II, then named the 1962 BUCCANEER Queen and her court on the basis of "freshness and naturalness of features, sincere smile, photogenic face, sparkling eyes, and abounding enthusiasm" as displayed in the portraits submitted. To these girls go the distinction of being the outstanding contestants in the compe- tition for the BUCCANEER QUEEN.

A coed of perfect features and astounding beauty, Miss Judy Murphy finds piano and singing among her many likes. Hailing from Youngsville, she is a Voice major of Freshman classification. This is not the first beauty contest in which Judy has been quite successful, for she was a semi-finalist in the Miss Washington, D. C, pageant, which is just a step away from, the coveted Miss America crown. This popular brunette hopes to enter some phase of the entertainment world upon graduation from East Carolina.

Miss Karen Kast

Chi Omega's sponsor and sister. Miss Karen Kast is a Sophomore student from Jacksonville. This out- standing beauty is an active participant in college activities, as evidenced by her being treasurer of the Sophomore Class. A Grammar Grade Education major, she plans a career in the teaching profession upon graduation. This petite blonde is surely deserv- ing of being a finalist in the competition for BUG CANEER Queen.

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Buccaneer Queen

Beauty reigns supreme in the selection of the BUC- CANEER Queen. Personable Miss Nancy Lockwood, after going successfully through two rounds and two panels of judging, first members of the student body, then members of the Green- ville Camera Club, was chosen as the fairest of the fair. This 1962 BUCCANEER Queen, a young lady of beauty, poise, and personality, was sponsored by the professional, business fraternity. Delta Sigma Pi. Competing against forty-four of her sister coeds, Nancy, a Sophomore English major is a resident of Hampton, Virginia. To one of such abounding beauty, the title and crown of BUCCANEER QUEEN is given.

Miss Nancy Lockwood

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Homecoming Queen

Miss Jean Lasater

Selected by vote of the student body, East Carolina's Homecoming Queen this year is a Primaiy Education major from Sanford. Miss Jean Lasater, a member of Chi Omega Social Sorority, won the coveted title because of her popularity on cam- pus. Before winning the title this year, Jean was the Homecoming sponsor for Delta Sigma Pi. Lambda Chi Alpha sponsored this lovely miss chosen for Homecoming Queen in the Fall. She has also represented the college in the annual Azalea Festival as an East Carolina Princess. An honor attained by few coeds, Jean now reigns as the Carolina's Conference Basketball Tournament Queen.

Jean Lasater displays the "friendly smile" that helped her win other titles on campus, as well as the coveted Homecoming Queen crown.

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Summer School Queen

Crowned at the traditional Summer School Ball, Miss Sallie Ann Wallace is a senior, Primary Education major from Greenville. Selected by popular vote of stu- dents attending summer sessions of the college, she was chosen for beauty and personality alone. Sallie, spon- sored by her sorority. Kappa Delta, is known as one of the many campus queens at East Carolina College.

Moments after her crowning, the ecstatic Sallie Ann Wallace pc for photographers.

Miss Sally Wallace

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Militaty Queen

This congenial, young lady who calls Durham home, is recog- nized for her many titles, both as a majorette and as a beauty queen. Laverne was elected by the Air Force Cadets and officially crowned during the annual Military Ball as Military Queen. A sophomore, Physical Education major and an Alpha Phi sister, she simulta- enously holds the Miss Greenville crown which entitles her to partici- pate in the Miss North Carolina Pageant held this past summer.

This popular and attractive Miss Greenville is frequentl called upon to don her formals for public appearances.

Miss Laverne Blackley

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MISS LESLIE KENT Umstead

Dormitory Sponsors For Homecoming

MISS CAROL WHITE Cotten

MISS BARBARA JENKINS Fleming

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For Homecoming festivities and competition for Homecoming Queen, each dormitoiy on campus selects a lovely miss to represent it. These favorites were chosen; and, each competed for the cov- eted title. As dormitory sponsors, they, then, composed the Queen's court and dressed as southern belles for the Dixie Days celebration.

MISS MARY LYNN HENDERSON Wilson

MISS GAYLE STRICKLAND Woman's Hall

MISS SARAH GARRETT Jones

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Domitory Sponsors

MISS JANET LAND WESTCOTT Garrett

MISS SHARON McKEAN Slay

MISS MARY CONN Ragsdale

MISS DOROTHY GROET Jarvis

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Marshals

Commencement exercises officially begin the long line of duties attached to the coveted position of an East Carolina College Marshal. With election to this post, the sixteen coeds must accept the responsibility of capably representing the college at public functions throughout the year. The success of the functions can definitely be affected by the manner in which the mar- shals serve. Therefore, it is evident that the following girls were chosen, for their dignity, personality, and at- tractiveness, to the esteemed and honorary posts of marshals.

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College Marshals

Each year a campus-wide election is held to choose sixteen girls to sei-ve the following year in marshal positions. These are the girls who usher, pass programs, and welcome the public to various civic and college activities held on campus. With friendly smiles, attrac- tive faces, and warm hellos, the personalities that won these girls the honorary posts are evident.

Soon after being elected to the positions of marshals, they must elect from among them- selves one to serve as chief. Duties are then assumed for all commencement activities and those taking place tlie following year.

With Duties Established By 'To Serve'

Theresa McDaniels, Barbara Ann Ellis, Julaine Cannon, and Carole Rankin are evidence that those friendly smiles, attractive faces, and warm hellos are wel- comed additions to campus func- tions at which they serve.

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Former BUCCANEER Queen, Julaine Cannon, is a senior from Ayden. N. C. In addition to mar- shaling, she actively participates in Delta Zeta Sorority.

This Delta Zeta vice-president, Carole Rankin, also holds mem- bership in Sigma Pi Alpha, hon- orary foreign language fraternity. A cheerleader, she is from Wash- inston, D. C.

Julaine Cannon

Carole Rankin

A junior English major from Bailey, N. C, Beth Harris, serves as president of Fleming Hall and secretary of Chi Omega Sorority.

Membership in the Young Dem- ocrats Club and the National Edu- cation Association require many hours of this marshal's time. Kay Priest is a Primary Education major from Council, N. C.

Beth Harris

Kay Priest

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An English major, Libby Cooke, is a senior from Mount Airy, N. C. This marshal also actively parti- cipates in College Union and Delta Zeta activities.

Theresa McDaniel, a senior, is a Business major from Fayette- ville, N. C. This Tri-Sig is also treasurer of Phi Beta Lambda.

Libby Cooke

Theresa McDaniel

. Marshals Perform At Various Civic .

From Rocky Mount, N. C, Nancy Coggins, a Chi Omega girl, is a Primary Education major. A member of Who's Who, she serves the SGA as secretary.

Homecoming Queen, 1961, and a member of Who's Who, Jean Lasater hails from Sanford, N. C. This senior is a member of Chi Omega Sorority.

Nancy Coggins

Jean Lasater

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Rebecca Singleton

Peggy Daniels

This Primary Education major is a senior from Red Springs, N. C. Rebecca Singleton is a member of Kappa Delta and secretary of Tau Sigma.

Peggy Daniels, a junior, Pri- mary Education major from Lau- rel, N. C. holds membership in Chi Omega, National Education As- sociation, and Young Democrats Club.

This sophomore from Smith- fi^ld. N. C. Donna Ann Parker, is a member of the Canterbury Club and Alpha Delta Pi. In addi- tion, the marshal is a 'Big Sister' at Ragsdale Hall.

Hailing from Kinston, N. C, Elizabeth Taylor, in addition to her marshaling duties, serves as vice-president of Fleming Hall. The Chi Omega girl is a senior, Primary Education major.

Donna Ann Parker

Elizabeth taylor

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Former Homecoming Queen, Eleanor Speckman. came to East Carolina from Charlotte. N. C. A member of Alpha Xi Delta, she is a junior. Primary Education ma- jor.

Serving the Junior Class as treasurer. Diana Foster is a Tri- Sig from Graham. N. C. She rep- resented Alpha Phi Omega in the Homecoming Queen competition.

Eleanor Speckman

Diana Foster

And College Functions,

A junior from Rocky Mount, Sue Street, demonstrates her lead- ership ability by serving Sigma Sigma Sigma as president. This marshal is majoring in Primary Education.

The Chief Marshal, Barbara Ann Ellis, is known for her recog- nition as a campus beauty. This Chi Omega vice-president is Miss Pitt Countv, Theta Chi Dream Girl, and finalist in the 1961 BUCCA- NEER Queen contest. Barbara is an English major from Faison, N.C.

Sue Street

Barbara Ann Ellis

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Who's Wko

Twenty-nine years ago, an idea was conceived of creating one national basis of recognition for college students that would be democratic. After two years of research, correspondence, travel, and interviews with college administrators, students and organizations, WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES was introduced. In the following pages, WHO'S WHO will recognize the outstanding leaders of East Carolina College.

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National recognition based on scholarship, leadership, participation in educational and extracurricular activities, general citizenship, and promise for future usefulness is awarded each person nominated and accepted for WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- TIES AND COLLEGES. Selected by a campus committee, each of these thirty-seven nominees were known as outstanding leaders while attending East Carolina College. Here are the men and women whose achievements have merited this recog- nition.

Who's Who Among Students In American Universities And Colleges

Walker Lee Allen

Everyone knows Walker Lee Allen for his versatility. A business major, he has performed on both basketball and golf teams while here at the college. Walker has held mem- bership in the Circle K Club, Sigma Pi Alpha, honorary geography fraternity. Phi Sigma Pi of which he has served as secretary and vice-president, the Disciple Student Fellow- ship, and the AFROTC.

Thelbert Arthur

While attending Campbell College, Thelbert Arthur was active in class, dormitory and student government. Coming to East Carolina College, he once again resumed his in- terest in legislative affairs by serving on the SGA and as vice-president of his dormitory. Throughout his college ca- reer, academic standing was not forgotten, for he was con- tinually listed on either the Honor Roll or the Dean's List. A social studies major, he is from Beaufort.

Zuill Bailey

Active in student government, music, dramatics, and AFROTC, Zuill Bailey is a senior music major from Bishop- ville, S. C. He served as vice-president of the Chapel Choir, secretary and vice-president of the honorary music fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha, president of the College Choir, and has participated in "Kiss Me Kate," "Annie Get Your Gun," and 'South Pacific."

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Coming from Fremont, James Ballance has been widely- known for his presidency of the English Qub and English fraternity, Sigma Tau Delta. Needless to say, Jim's major is English. Jim also widened his campus participation by serving on the staff of WWWS Campus Radio for three years and by obtaining membership in the honorary frater- nity, Phi Sigma Pi.

James Ballance

Benny Bowes

The Circle K Club has always been one of Benny Bowes prime in- terests. Consequently, he has served as treasurer, secretary, and presi- dent of this organization. Everyone has seen Benny display his athletic ability on the basketball court. His reputation as an excellent player secured him the position of co-captain for the 1961-1962 season. A Busi- ness major from Burlington, Benny was elected, also, as treasurer of the Senior Class.

Record collecting and sports are the hobbies of this out- standing business student from Roduco. Karen Brown has been most active in Phi Beta Lambda, holding three offi- ces in the organization, including a state office, and Pi Omega Pi, in which she held two offices. This "Miss Fu- ture Business Executive," a title won at a state meeting of the Future Business Leaders of America, also has partici- pated many times in campus beauty contests, including sponsor for Homecoming Queen.

Karen Brown

Who's Who

Wilbur A. Castellow

A Psychology major, Wilbur Allen Castellow has greatly excelled in his major field. As reporter of Phi Sigma Pi and treasurer of the Psychology Club, Wilbur showed his outstanding traits of dependability. Sports also held the attention of Wilbur, for he played on the East Carolina Baseball Team for two years.

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Student Government Association secretary, college marshal, Chi Omega social sorority - all are activities participated in by Nancy Coggins. Frienc "hellos" and warm smiles are characteristic of Nancy as she goes through h busy days. This Primary Education major from Rocky Mount was also a me ber of the Discipline Committee, Dean's Advisory Council, Homecoming Co mittee, and Summer School SGA. The future of this young lady lies in the field of education.

Nancy Coggins

Jayne Chandler

This Suffolk, Virginia, student is extremely well-known on campus for her Student Government activities. Jayne Chandler acted as chair- man of the Homecoming Committee for two years and served on various other ones, including the Budget Committee. A member of Chi Omega, Jayne is an English major. Many times Jayne has represented the school at various conferences.

Alvin Dunkle's specialty is graph- ic art. This WHO'S WHO member is recognized on campus for his ex- ceptional artistic talent. Al was a member of Delta Phi Delta, hon- orary art fraternity, and the REBEL staff. Hailing from St. Petersburg, Florida, he has contributed greatly, while a student here at East Caro- lina, to the Art Department.

Alvin Dunkle

A smiling face and pleasing personality always await the person who meets Glennis Edwards on campus. A Bu; ness major from Windsor, Glennis has served as preside of Wilson Hall and historian of Pi Omega Pi, honora business fraternity on campus. In addition, she is noted f her active participation in Phi Beta Lambda, the Wpmer Judiciary, and the Student Government Association.

Glennis Edwards

Hailing from Oriental, Victor Reginald Edgerton came to East Carolina as an ac- tive participant in physical education ac- tivities. Reggie, an ardent swimmer, has served as president of the Physical Educa- tion Club, manager of the ECC Swimming Team, and coach of the Greenville High Swimming Team. In June, 1962, Reggie plans to enter graduate school at the State University of Iowa.

Reginald Edgerton

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This young lady is known on campus for her versatility, as evidenced by being editor of the EAST CAROLINIAN and a Mathematics major. Patsy Elliott, because of her nalistic and Student Government Association activities, has been a delegate to the Associated Collegiate Press tings held in Miami and Chicago and the National lent Congress held at the University of Wisconsin. A Chi Omega sister. Patsy has been a member of the Enter- ment Committee, Dean's Advisory Council, Sigma Pi ha, and Math Club.

Patsy Elliott

Walter Faulkner

Photography, travel, and music are among the interests of this WHO'S WHO member. Walter C. Faulkner, known on campus for his active participation in publications and Delta Sigma Pi, has been campus life editor, associate editor, and editor of the BUCCANEER and chairman of publicity and public relations for his fraternity. In addition, this Henderson junior has been a delegate to both the National School Year- book Association and the Associated Collegiate Press conferences held in New York and Miami Beach.

Home Economics is the vocation which Betty : Frazier has chosen. She has served as both ident and vice-president of the Home Eco- ics Club. A member of Alpha Delta Pi, Henderson girl has also excelled in Student ;rnment affairs. As president of her fresh- dormitory, she acted as a delegate to the I's Advisory Council and the Women's Ju- iry. Betty's other honors include being elect- 1 college marshal and co-chairman of the Greek weekend.

Betty Rose Frazier

Dorothy Flake

As president of Pi Omega Pi, honorary business fraternity, Dorothy Flake has shown her leadership qualities. Both an English and Business major, Doro- thy has served as secretary and president of Wilson Hall, secretary of the English Club, and on the Women's Judiciary. A member of Tau Sigma, hon- orary fraternity, Dorothy is a resident of Greenville. This leader and scholar is surely deserving of the WHO'S WHO honor.

Spencer Gaylord

Baseball has always held the interest of this WHO'S WHO member. Spencer Gaylord is a physical Education major who hails from Greensboro. Spen- cer has also been quite active in fraternal affairs. He has served his fraternity, Lambda Chi Alpha, as pledgemaster and the Inter-Fraternity Council as secretary. nq

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Camilla Henderson, a Primary Education major and resident of Green- ville, has been an active person in campus affairs. The former Chief Vlarshal has displayed her leadership and dependability in her numer- )us extra-curricular activities. She has served her sorority as pledge sec- .etary, sister corresponding secretary, and recording secretary, in addi- ion to representing the Alpha Delia Pi's at the national convention held It Pasadena, California, in 1961. This popular "miss" was elected as i Homecoming sponsor and a White Ball sponsor during her memorable college career.

Camilla Henderson

Dan Graziano

This "Terry Sanford Scholar" from Wilmington, is known for his legislative a judicial activities at East Carolina. Don Graziano has been chairman of the Me Judiciary, vice-president of his Sophomore Class and Psychology Club, and rep sentative to the Dean's Advisory Council and the Discipline Committee. Don is a a member of Sigma Rho Phi.

Nick Hilgert

In the football stadium, Nicholas Hilgert was, a very outstanding performer. This Physic Education major from Elizabeth City played football all four years here at East Carolin A member of Lambda Chi Alpha, Nick plans enter the Marine Corps upon graduation. After his military service, Nick is looking forward to a teaching career.

A former student at the University of Chicago, the United States Military Academy, and the Jul- liard School of Music, Pete Johl has gained recogni- tion in the musical field. Peter, a native of Groton, Connecticut, has been continuously active in all phases of the musical program here at ECC. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha and plans to obtain a master's degree before teaching. Peter also plans to try-out for a Broadway musical production. In addi- tion to music, Peter likes to collect art and to cook.

Peter Johl

Honorary fraternities are among Betty Lane's outstanding activities. As a member of Chi Beta Phi and Kappa Delta Pi, this Mathematics major has served the campus well. However, Betty was not content to stop there. She served as a marshal, on the handbook committee, on the Dean's Advisory Council, as a senator, and as pres- ident of her social sorority, Chi Omega. For such noteworthy activities, honors are certainly deserving. Consequently, Betty was the recipient of the "Outstanding Freshman Mathematics Award."

Betty Lane

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A Mathematics major from Pleasant Hill, this WHO'S WHO member plans to enter a professional job upon grad- uation. James Massey has been treasurer of both the Circle K Club and Phi Sigma Pi. He also is an active participant in Chi Beta Phi and the Mathematics Club. This honor roll student has athletics as his hobby.

James Massey

Jean Lasater

Sanford is the hometown of this lovely lass who has become one of the most renown beauties in Eastern North Carolina. Jean reigned as Homecoming Queen, Azalea Festival Princess, and North State Basket- ball Tournament Queen. A member of Chi Omega, she has displayed leadership, personality, and popularity by being elected to the coveted position of a college marshal.

Mary Nell Shaw

Numerous honors in the field of music hav been awarded to Tasker Polk. This Warn native has studied with East Carolina's Dr. Rob- ert Carter and Dr. Rudolph Ganz of the Chi- cago Musical College. As winner of the 1961 Washington International Bach Festival, this future concert pianist received a gold medal, a cash award, and an opportunity for his concert debut in Washington, D. C. Future plans of Tasker Polk include fulfilling his ambition of being a concert pianist.

Rebecca Murphrey

This Snow Hill native is known on cam- pus for her outstanding work in Student Government affairs. Rebecca has served as president of Garrett Hall and vice-presi- dent of Alpha Phi. Photography and read- ing are the hobbies of this Education major. Upon graduation in the Spring, Rebecca Murphrey plans to teach in the grammar grades.

Tasker Polk

Greek activities have been the main interest of Mary Nell Shaw, a sis- ter of Alpha Omicron Pi and president of the Panhellenic Council. This Grammar Education major was a member 6f the Women's Recreation Asso- and the Young Women's Christian Association. A representative to the Dean's Advisory Council, she is from Atkinson.

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This future first grade teacher has been a successful attribute to the East Carolina College campus. Sara Smiley 's work on the Panhellenic Council, the Student Government Association, and the BUCCANEER is noteworthy. A native of Greenville, this Kappa Delta sister enjoys cooking and water skiing. Scholarship was not forgotten either, for Sara continually was listed on the Honor Roll or Dean's List.

Sara Smiley

Bobby Jo Sutton, a Home Economics major, was awarded the Rachel Spivey Memorial Trophy for her excellence in this field. A sister of Kappa Delta social sorority, this LaGrange native has also served as president of Gotten Hall and as a college marshal. Bobbie Jo is now teaching Home Economics at North Duplin High School, following graduation from East Carolina last year.

Bobby Jo Sutton

An Honor Roll student from Vanceboro, James raylor is widely-known on campus for his capacity IS president of the College Union. Jimmy, as he is cnown by his friends, served as treasurer of Pi Ome- ;a Pi, an honorary business fraternity on campus, md a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. Jim- ny plans to teach commercial courses in North Carolina public schools, upon graduation in the spring.

James Taylor

Student Government Association work as proved to be Otis Strother's role at East Carolina College. He has proven himself quite capable of serving as SGA President this year. In previous years, his leadership was also evident, for he sened as vice-president of both his Freshman and Sophomore Classes and president of the Men's Judiciary. Otis is a Music major and a member of Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity. This Circle K Club member has also been quite active in his major depart- ment; he has served in the band, or- chestra and Brass Choir.

Otis Strother

As president of Chi Beta Phi, honorary science and mathematics fraternity, Barbara Tripp has proved her mastery of science. This senior from Bethel was the recipient of two scholarships, secretary of the Science Club, and chairman of the Science Journal. In addition, Barbara served as both vice-president and president of the North Carolina Collegiate Academy.

Barbara Tripp

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Robert Ward

Hailing from Greensboro, Robert Ward, better known on campus as Bob, has been very outstanding in Student Government work. He has served on the Budget Committee, first, as a member-at-large, then, as assistant treasurer, and, durmg his senior year, as treasurer and chairman of the committee. A member of Lambda Chi Alpha, this Business major has been on the Inter-Fraternity Council for two years and an active member of the Circle K Club. Upon graduation, he plans to accept a commission in the United States Marine Corps.

Marcelle Vogel

Marcelle Vogel, a Music major from New Bern, has been an active member of the College Choir, Chapel Choir, and other usical organizations. Publications and Stu- snt Government activities have also been [arcelle's forte. This friendly "miss" ;rved as editor of THE KEY. associate litor of the EAST CAROLINIAN, and a aff member of the BUCCANEER. A Kap- 3 Delta sister, she is a member of both le Dean's Advisory Council and the Pub- cations Board. Marcelle has also served I the Student National Education Associ- ion, the Young Women's Christian Asso- ation, the Music Educators National Con- rence, and as vice-president of Jarvis all.

Becky Watne

All activities in the realm of sports and physical education hold the interest of Becky Wayne, a WHO'S WHO member from New Bern. She was secretary of the Physical Education Qub and treasurer of the Women's Recreation Association. Then, too, tlie Aquanymphs elected her to serve as their president. Becky's plans for the fu- ture include teaching Health and Physical Education courses in one of the high schools of North Carolina.

Walter Worthington

Industrial Arts is the chosen field of this WHO'S WHO member. In this field, Walter Worthington has been extremely active. A member of Theta Chi, of which he was Ritual Chairman, Walter is also known for active participation in the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. In this field, he has been a group commander and Drill Team commander. Immediately upon graduation, Walter plans to enter the Air Force with a commission.

Buddy Weis

As president of Pi Kappa Alpha and the Inttr- Fraternity Council. Buddy Weis has exhibited his leadership qualities. A Geography major. Buddy came to East Carolina from Richmond, Virginia. Since coming to the college, he has been extremely active in the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps and the Arnold Air Society. He plans to make a career of the Air Force.

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SGA 106

PUBLICATIONS 113

COLLEGE UNION 125

FINE ARTS 129

CLUBS 145

GREEKS 157

HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL 197

RELIGION 215

MILITARY 223

RADIO AND TV 229

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Student Government Association

A more representative student government has been established here at East Carolina, due to the efforts of SGA president, Otis Strother. His administration was highlighted by a general reorganization of the SGA and the Constitution. In addition, a new and superior method of handling funds was developed and put into practice.

In 1961-62. the SGA entertainment series proved to be the best in its history. The Highwaymen, Josh Wliite, the Les McCann Trio, the Columbus Boys Choir and many more notables in the entertainment world ap- peared on the campus. This series was designed to give each student an opportunity to see and hear many dif- ferent types of entertainment.

As usual, Homecoming was the most memorable event of the year. The "Dixie Days" theme was depicted by colorful floats, costumes, and Confederate battle flags.

OTIS STROTHER, III

President

SGA Provides College With a Program of

SGA SENATE: Seated, Margaret Ward, Giles Hopkins, Dr. James Tucker, Bob Ward, Merle Summers, Otis Strother, Nancy Coggins, Jim Chesnutt, Bar- bara Schwab, Don Graziano, Dave Haskin, and Standing, first row, Glenda Phillips, Patsy Elliott, Marcelle Vogel, Betty Lane, Jayne Chandler, Frances Moseley, Janie Pope, Georgia Hooks, Rebecca Murphrey, Sue Ellen Hunsucker, Peggy Perry, Kathryn High, Carol Daughtery, Glennis Edwards, Molly Harrell, Betsy Winstead, Libby Glover, Ann Worthington, Kathryn Raynor, Cathy Shesso, Brenda Reges, and Jewell Callihan.

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NANCY COGGINS Secretary

MERLE SUMMERS Vice-President

BOB WARD Treasurer

Government, Service and Entertainment.

Standing, Second row, Bob Johnson, Gill Ruderman, Tom Mallison, Hal Smith, Burke Stan- Ken Trogden, Wondy Shepard, Cloyce Anders, Bill Eyerman, and Bob Washer.

JIM CHESNUTT Assistant Treasurer

GILES HOPKINS Historian

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SGA Committees

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Don Graziano; Bob Ward; Giles Hopkins; Merle Summers; Barbara Schwab; Nancy Coggins; and Seated, Dr. James H. Tucker and Otis Strother.

I. D. CARD COMMITTEE: Bob Ward; Merle Summers; and Seated, Betsy Winstead, chairman; and Glenda Phillips.

ELECTIONS COMMITTEE: Woody Shepherd, chairman; Bob Washer; Cherry Futreal; and Edna Dickins.

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HOMECOMING COMMITTEE: Otis Strother; Bob Ward; Bill Eyerman; Carolyn Cates; Jayne Chandler, chairman; Giles Hopkins; and Ken Trosden.

HOMECOMING COMMITTEE: Tom- my Murray, Dawn Reaves, Merle Sum- mers. Tommy Mallison, Nancy Coggins, and Jim Chesnutt.

ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE: Buddy Mur- ray; Jim Chesnutt; Zuill Bailey; Jimmy Bums; and Seated, Otis Strother; Mrs. Marguerite Perry; Tommy Mallison, chairman; and Cathy Shesso.

RING COMMITTEE: Bob Ward; Ken Trogden; Merle Summers, chairman; Dr. James H. Tucker; Gill Ruderman; Bill Eyerman.

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POINTS COMMITTEE: Charlotte Crews; Bob Ward; Jimmy Chesnutt; Margaret Ward, chairman.

PUBLICITY COMMITTEE: Ramonda Clack; Betsy Wells; Georgia Grey Hooks, chairman.

SGA Committees

Zuill Bailey, chairman PRODUCTIONS COMMITTEE

BUDGET COMMITTEE

Giles Hopkins

Nancy Coggins

Jayne Chandler

Charlotte Crews

Margaret Ward

Tommy Mallison

Otis Strother

Jim Chesnutt

Dr. James H. Tucker

Bob Ward, chairman

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BARBARA SCHWAB Chairman

Women's Judiciary

Glennis Edwards, Ellen Wilson, Arleen Allen, Cynthia Kennedy, Bar- bara Schwab, Faye Abernathy, Mary Ann Pennington, Sue Ellen Hun- sucker, and Standing, Sue Bailey, Jane Pope, Molly Harrell, Ann Kilby. Beth Harris, Elizabeth Glover, Kay High, Peggy Perry, and Judy Bell.

Purpose of the Judiciaries is to handle the disciplinary problems arising on campus concerning both men and women students that are referred to the committees by the respective deans. Composed of officers elected in Spring elections, mem- bers-at-large elected at the same time, and presidents of each of the dormitories on campus, the Judiciaries have precedence over most discipline matters. All problems of a serious nature come under the Discipline Committee, of which the two Ju- diciary chairmen are members.

Men's Judiciary

DON GRAZIANO Chairman

Ronie Hickman, Bob Washer, Doug Robinson, Don Graziano, Jerry Person, Fred Albright.

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Summer School SGA

Linda Manning, Nancy Coggins, Otis Strother, Dr. James H. Tucker, Mary John Best, Tommy Mallison, Dave Nanney, and Standing, Merle Summers, Dinah Sharpe, Dave Haskins, Barbara Ryan and Ward Simmons.

Summer School Student Government Associa- tion provided a training ground for three of the of- ficers assuming duties September 1, 1961. Otis Strother, Merle Summers, and Nancy Coggins, all officers of the regular session Student Government Association, sei-ved the Summer School program in official capacities. With such capable leaders, the Summer School SGA proved to be the beginning of a successful program that was to last into the regular SGA activities. Included in the notable activities of the association were the sponsoring of a chartered bus to the Lost Colony presentation honoring ECC in August, sending three delegates to the University of Wisconsin for a student government conference, and having Count Basie as a portion of the enter- tainment series.

Highlighting the Summer School SGA program was the annual Summer School Ball which re- sulted in the crowning of the new Summer School Queen, Sally Wallace.

Nancy Coggins, treasurer; Otis Strother, presi- dent; Tommy Mallison, vice-president; Mary John Best, secretary.

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Publications

Midnight! All classes had long been over; stu- dents and faculty had long gone home; and a quiet hush hush had descended upon the college. The entire campus was shrouded in darkness with the exception of the publications' offices. Past the fountain and up the stairs of Wright, past Gotten and the mall and up the stairs of Austin, three offices were still flooded with light. These were the publications' offices and within their doors were the people who compose the staffs, of- ten working into the early hours of the morning search- ing for new ideas, new concepts in photography, and new words for writing copy.

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Publications Board

DR. JAMES H. TUCKER Chairman

WALTER C. FAULKNER 'Buccaneer' Editor

PATSY ELLIOTT 'East Carolinian' Editor

JUNIUS GRIMES III 'Rebel' Editor

MARCELLE VOGEL 'Key' Editor

Serving as an advisory council for the sutdent publications, the Publications Board is composed of strudent editors, business managers, faculty, advisors, SGA representatives, and administrative officials. Duties of the board incude the appointing of editors, approving appointments of staff members, determining policies, letting contracts, and counseling in fiscal matters. As Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. James H. Tucker serves the board as chairman.

Marcelle Vogel, Dr. Leo W. Jenkins. Dr. John Ellen, Dr. James H. Tucker, Junius Grimes, Patsy Elliot, Walter C. Faulkner, David Smith, S. Gale Koonce, Merle Summers, Keith Hobbs, Jim Kirkland, Dr. Clinton Prewitt, Dr. Robert L. Holt.

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The Buccaneer

Stressing the coastal environment and the spirit of East Carolina College, the 1962 BUCCANEER offers a recollection of the school's fifty-fifth year of existence. In the at- empt to adequately represent all phases of our :ollege life, each individual section of this edi- tion was planned to he a feature within it- self.

Using as the motif - we who serve, where we serve and how we serve, the BUCCANEER was published through the combined efforts of approximately sixty staff members during the regular school year.

-Editor

WALTER C FAULKNER Editor

JOHN W. GARRISS Associate Editor

S. GALE KOONCE Business Manager

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TONY R. BOWEN Copy Editor

DR. JOHN ELLEN Literary Advisor

The Buccaneer Staff

B. D. MILLS Sports Editor

SYLVIA ROBERTSON Beauties

CAMPUS LIFE STAFF: Jacque Benton, Shirley Brown, Betty Der- rick and Camilla Futrell.

SYLVIA DAWKINS Student Life Editor

TOMMY MURRAY Campus Life

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BUSINESS STAFF: Becky Willis, Carol Euler, Judy Graham, Becky Harris, and Sandra Waddill.

MAC BURRIS Assistant Business Manager

BRENDA REGES Organizations Editor

ORGANIZATIONS STAFF: Elaine Taylor, Ann Atkins, Put Muggins, Fay High, Phyllis Nash, Ellie Speck- man, Anne Powell, Evelyn Gupton, and Diana Cannaday.

ADMINISTRATION STAFF: Arlene Gaynor, Sandy Ashley, Brenda Garrison, Linda Pickard, and Cherry Futrell.

EDNA DICKENS Administrdtiim Editor

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CLASSES STAFF: Joan Wetherington, Margie Harrington, Brenda Melton, Joan Gurkin, Eleanor Poole, Donna Hicks, Judy Doyle, Pat Drake, and Judy Biggs.

EFFIE AMAN Class Section Editor

ART STAFF: Camilla Futrell, Jacque Benton, and Pat Waff.

TOMMY EVANS Art Assistant

GREEKS STAFF: Ginger Godbee, Camilla Henderson, Judy Redfern, Gail Elkins and Pat Kivette.

JIM MILBY Greeks Editor

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Since its first appearance on December 19, 1925, the EAST CAROLINIAN has been the official news organ for the campus. Always a student publication the paper has seized the student body as a weekly for twelve years.

This year marks the debut of a twice weekly, an attempt to maintain high standards of journalistic techniques and to present to the campus a newspaper worthy of being published at East Carolina.

Dedicated to good standards of journalism, the EAST CAROLINIAN strives for accurate presentation of the news with its purpose as a communicative organ: to inform, to educate, to stimulate, and to make men think.

PATSY ELLIOTT Editor

The East Carolinian

MONTY MILLS Managing Editor

KEITH HOBBS Business Manager

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MARCELLE VOGEL Associate Editor

NEWS STAFF: Sandy Denton, Carol Euler, Cathy Shesso, Tony Katsias, Rosalie Vogel.

JEAN PEACE Feature Editor

DR. JOHN C. ELLEN Advisor

DONNA BINGHAM News Editor

East Carolinian Goes

SKIP WAMSLEY- Photographer

JIM BOLLING- Photographer's Assistant

FEATURE STAFF: Hilda Laton, Kaye Burgess, Marian Moore, Linda Daniels.

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EDITORIAL STAFF: Patsy Elliott, Monty Mills, Marcelle Vogel, Jean Peace, Jack Willis.

RICHARD BOYD Sports Editor

PROOFREADING STAFF: Carol Euler, Sandy Denton, Tom McAl- ister, Hilda Laton, Kaye Burgess.

Twice - Weekly

ELAINE BREWER Exchange Director

DONNIE HICKS Supscription Director

DAN RAY Proofreading Edil

RICHARD RENEGAR Circulation Manager

LARRY BLIZZARD Cartoonist

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The Rebel

Sponsored by the Student Government Association, the campus literary magazine, The REBEL, continues as in pre- vious years with high standards which have earned it first honor ratings from the Associated Collegiate Press, of which it is a member. Through contributions to The REBEL the stu- dent body has an opportunity to express itself both in art and in prose.

Published in three editions, Fall, Winter, and Spring, The REBEL, in each, displays local talent in art, prose, and creative writing.

JUNIUS D. GRIMES III Editor

DAVID SMITH Business Manager

J. ALFRED WILLIS Associate Editor

OVID PIERCE Advisor

Editor Junius Grimes and staff members, J. Alfred Willis and Sue Ellen Hun- sucker, prepare material for the Winter Quarter Rebel.

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CAROLISTA FLETCHER Exchange Editor

SUE ELLEN HUNSUCKER Book Review Editor

RONALD WATSON and BOB AVERETTE Advertising Managers

MILTON G. CROCKER Assistant Editor

LARRY BLIZARD, ROB SCHMITZ, AL DUNKLE Art Staff

JANE TEAL Typist

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The Key

In an attempt to inform incoming students of organizations, policies, and activities of East Carolina College, THE KEY is published and edited by a staff selected during Winter Quarter. Work is begun in the spring and com- pleted in the summer, thus making possible distribution on registration day.

This student handbook continues the policy of the college - To Serve - for it tends to serve as a handy guide for rules and regula- tions of the school.

MARCELLE VOGEL Editor

After completing their chore, the staff poses for the yearbook photographer.

ANN KILBY Assistant Editor

BRENDA VAUGHAN Copy Editor

JIM KFRKLAND Photographer

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College Union

This hearthstone of East Carolina College, with recreational facilities for T.V., bridge, table tennis, and dancing, is open to all students interested in taking part in the activities or membership in the organization. Therefore, the affairs are handled for and by the stu- dents, giving them an opportunity to create activities of interest to them, the mass of students. Within the walls of the Union, students often find election polls, ring sales, armed forces recruitment, thus making it evident that the center of activity of East Carolina Col- lege is the College Union.

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College Union - Of

SCARLETT MILLER Assistant Director, College Union

CYNTHIA MENDENHALL Director, College Union

Serving as the "hearthstone" of East Carolina Col- lege student life, the College Union offers a variety of activities planned to encourage social responsibility and leadership in our democracy. Founded on democratic principles - "Of, for, and by the Students" - every stu- dent enrolled in the college is automatically a member and is invited to join one of the numerous committees organized to plan recreational activities for the stu- dents. The College Union is more than an avenue to the Soda Shop, or a place for the male students to check the "cheesecake."

An appeal to a variety of recreational preferences, both active and passive, is made. The College Union provides T.V., bridge, table tennis, and dancing as every- day activities. The Union sponsors tournaments in many fields, and in addition, honors such groups as the foreign students on campus. Editing a monthly calendar of col- lege events and maintaining an up-to-date bulletin board are but two of its many services to the student body.

The College Union is the "host" of your college; and through students interest and support, the Union will continue to grow and progress.

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For And By The Students

CAROLYN SHEARIN Corresponding Secretary

ELAINE GITELSON Recording Secretary

GLENN BOYD Vice-President

JAMES M. TAYLOR President

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN

Social MONTY MILLS

Games BOWIE MARTIN

Publicity DALE JORDAN

Special Projects ELLIE SPECKMAN

Record and Dance JIMMY CANNON

Fine Arts BEATRICE BARRETT

ELIZABETH THORNTON

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Those nightly dances, an- other of the many CU projects, are quite popular with the col- lege set.

College Union Activities

Hours of hard work by Noel Tisdale, Harlan McCaskill, Wayne Cart- wright, Eddie Harring- ton, and other College Union members were spent in compiling the annual student directory.

Bud Bulla finds that develop- ing a skill in ping pong can be fun. especially with such rec- reational facilities as are avail- able to local college students.

Even Jimmy Stewart, a pro- fessor in the Social Studies De- partment, finds enjoyment in the CU bridge parties.

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Fine Arts

A creative dancer in colorful costume, a Beethoven Symphony, a fifty-member choir, a delightful comedy- musical, a competent actor, an accomplished pianist, imaginative lighting, effective staging, an enraptured audience, thunderous applause, a standing ovation, a well-deserved curtain call ... all these elements con- tribute to the composition and appreciation of Fine Arts. On the East Carolina campus, where culture is as much a part of college life as organizations, every student may satisfy a taste for the best in music, drama, art. The fol- lowing pages demonstrate the infinite variety of the ECC Fine Arts program.

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ELIZABETH ROGERS Head Majorette

JIMMY BURNS Drum Major

MR. HERBERT CARTER Director

"Bourbon Street Blues" was the theme as the ECC Marching Pirates formed a bourbon bottle during the 1961 Homecoming half-time.

Marching Pirates Prom

Frank Smith, a trombonist, finds himself alone during a football half-time.

Without the majorettes, the Marching Pirates would not be complete.

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October 7, 1961, marked the debut of the Marching Pirates' portrait of a camera, following two weeks of rehearsals.

Appearing many times throughout tlie year in parades, football half-time shows, and special functions of the college, the Marching Pirates have proved to be a great asset to the college. The majorettes added sparkle and interest to the band on the ball field and street. Under the direction of Mr. Herbert Carter, this one hundred and ten piece band is open to the membership of those interested.

On the stage or on the field, the Irummers are econd in com- nand.

From ball game formations to block formations, the Marching Pirates fall-in for the local street parades.

Entertainment at Games and Parades

The traditional rendezvous of the Marching Pirates' half-time shows is the company fronts' fanfare.

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Symphonic Band

MR. HERBERT CARTER Director

Recognized as one of the best bands in the Sou the Symphonic Band, under the direction of Mr. Hi bert Carter, presents a higher type of band enterta ment. Meml)ership of this sixty piece band is co prised primarily of Music majors selected through L ditions. This band presents two concerts a year, a goes on a Spring tour, in addition to performing college functions and civic activities.

Practice makes perfect. Rehears- als for the Symphonic Band are numerous.

The percussion section, often referred to as the conductor's right arm, often takes command.

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East Carolina College Choir

MR. GORDON JOHNSON Director

TERRY COLEY Accompanist

Always striving for perfection, it is only natural that the College Choir is known for its excellence.

Frequently referred to as the "touring choir," the College Choir presents several concerts during the year and goes on an annual tour between Winter and Spring Quarters. Directed by Mr. Gordon Johnson, the choir's repertoire ranges from hjmins and classics to light "pops" and folk music.

Segregation of male and female voices is best for rehearsal blend-

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East Carolina College Orchestra

Directed by Mr. Donald Hayes, the College Orchestra is comprised of approximately sixty musicians and is representative of the students, profes- sors, and townspeople. The orchestra provides a high level of entertainment, as well as presenting an annual Spring concert and a concerto program and assisting with several other performance groups in their productions.

Mr. Donald Hayes, director, is shown with his right hand man, Dale Blackwell.

The strings section, when well co-ordinated with other portions of the orchestra, add the fullness and richness of sound which is so desirable to many orchestra arrangements.

Two two-somes rehearse with the orchestra in preparation for a concert.

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Varsity Band

Under the direction of Mr. Barry Shank, the Varsity Band presents a Winter concert and a lawn concert each May. Comprised of sixty instru- mentalists from many other departments in addition to the Music Depart- ment, this band enlightens its audience with performances of light, classical, and "pops" music.

MR. BARRY SHANK Director

Chapel Choir

Offering inspirational music for the weekly chapel programs at the "Y" Hut, the Chapel Choir, directed by Dr. Carl Hjortsvang, also performs sev- eral other concerts each year. Membership of the sixty-two member choir is comprised both of music and non-music majors.

DR. CARL HJORTSVANG Director

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MR. CHARLES STEVENS Director

Men's Glee Club

Combining the voices of approxi- mately fifty male vocalists, the Men's Glee Club performs special programs for clubs and organizations throughout the year on campus and in the community. Directed by Mr. Charles Stevens, mem- bership of this group is open to all men students. A carefully chosen quartet is an integral part of the club.

College Singers

TEDDY COSSET Accompanist

Composed of ten talented vocalists, the College Singers display their musical abili ties through television and radio appear ances, Christmas concerts each Yuletide season, and participation in special enter- tainment at club conventions and politica rallies throughout Eastern North Carolina With Mr. Dan Vornholt as conductor, the music of this popular group ranges from madrigals and folk music to light operatic son

College Singers

MR. DAN VORNHOLT Director

MISS OLIVE HERRING Accompanist

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Under the direction of Miss Beatrice Chauncey, the Women's Glee Club performs a Spring concert and makes several television appearances during the year. Open to all college women, membership is maintained at approximately fifty voices, selected through auditions.

Women's Glee Club

MISS BEATRICE CHAUNCEY Director

Women's Chorus

Open to all interested women students, the Wom- en's Chorus has been designed especially for students majoring in elementary education who desire fuither musical training. Directed by Miss Ruth Graber, this fifty voice chorus performs primarily at special college assemblies. Though training be the chief purpose, the chorus is known as an entertaining unit of the Music Department.

MISS RUTH GRABER Director

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The Collegians

JERRY LILES Leader

Providing the East coast with music for listening and dancing, The Collegians has become a traditional college unit. Under the leadership of Jerry Liles, this well-known fourteen piece dance band performs music in the exciting "big-band" style. A combo from the group is frequently in de- mand for small dances, both on and off campus.

Jimmy Burns Orchestra

Presenting a new sound of music on campus this year has been the Jimmy Bums Orchestra. Performing music in the style of Ray Anthony and Glenn Miller, this Jimmy Bums-led dance band has played at many campus functions and has entertained the under-priv- ileged. The instrumentation of this band includes fif- teen pieces plus a vocalist.

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ROSE LINDSAY Vocalist

JIMMY BURNS Leader

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Antigone

In May, 1961, the East Carolina Playhouse presented a modern version of one of the great tragedies of all times. Sophacles wrote his "Antigone" about 442 B.C., and, in 1943, M. Jean Anouilh, France's greatest contemporary playwright, adapted the play in a modern language that still retains the full force of the intense desires and beliefs of Antigone and Creon, whose conflicting ideas about burial ritual form the basic theme of the drama.

Acting director of the playhouse, Claude GaiTen directed "Antigone." Even though the language of the play was con- temporaiy, the Greek element of theatre and life was retained by the Greek dress and suggestive Greek setting.

Antigone (Lois Garren) and Creon (Dr. H. D. Rowe) are daughter and father in the play. The drama ends fatally for Antigone and grievously for Creon.

Antigone stubbornly submitted herself to arrest in defiance of her step-father's wishes.

Lighting for the production played a dominant part in creating color and mood for this one-set

As the guard (Ray Tal- loy) stands watch, Antigone accepts her condemnation with serene calmness.

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South Pacific

Presented in four performances by the East Caro- lina College Student Government Association as its tra- ditional Spring musical, the smash hit, "South Pacific," attracted audiences estimated at more than thirty-five hundred persons. Stars of tlie production were Peter Johl in the role of Emile de Becque, a middle aged planter and lover of Ensign Nellie Forbush, a "hick" from Little Rock played by Betsy Hancock. Some thirty students composed the named roles of the production, with a chorus of men and women and twenty-seven piece orchestra under the musical direction of Mr. Donald Hayes. Dr. Corinne Rickert of the English Department sei-ved as director of dramatics. Excellent technical and choreographic precision contributed their parts in mak- ing "South Pacific" a dynamic success as termed by local newspapers. In addition to the disappointed the- atre-goers who were turned away at the box office, the S.G.A. reported calls from many Eastern North Carolina cities as well as other states including Maryland, Geor- gia, and Connecticut.

"Some Enchanted Evening," Emile de Bacque (Peter Johl) and Ensign Nellie Forbush (Betsy Hancock) sang their way to popular acclaim by the standing room only audience.

Mary Bloody (Marilyn Singleton) sings "Happy Talk" to Lt. Joseph Cable (Robert Christesen) and Lait (Carole Barham) on his sec- ond visit to Bali Ha'i.

The tough "Iron Belly" (Ben Avery) chews out Luther Billis (Bob Kornegay), but Luther, as usual, finds his way out of the

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One of the comic highlights of the "South Pacific" production was Billis' dis- play of his "abdominal contortion" in the finale.

Nellie Forbush and Luther Billis make last minute plans for the "Honey Bun" number.

Settings reflecting the romantic atmosphere of the South Seas were designed by Paul R. Minnis and executed by Tommy Hull. Due to the adaptability of these stage settings, the twenty-three scenes moved with a rapid pace not usually found in college productions. Bali Ha'i, re-created on the backdrop, under mystical lighting, provided moments of ulti- mate delight for the audience.

Curtains and a standing ovation in recognition of the professional quality of the production were well-deserved by he large cast, ranging from thrill-seeking sailors to native Polynesians.

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Auntie Mame

With Minnie Gaster in the title role, "Auntie Mame," resoundino; Broadway hit, was widely acclaimed by critics alike. Three per- formances in the McGinnis Auditorium and one at Camp Lejuene made this hilarious show one of the biggest the Playhouse has ever presented.

The play presents Miss Gaster as an eccen- tric, whimsical, courageous and picturesque woman engaged in raising an orphan nephew and in a number of other odd adventures.

Action of the play takes Auntie Mame through the roaring 20's, the depression, a mar- riage, and then widowhood, but all a period of indomitable gaiety. Whether this lovable mad- cap is rolling in money or trying awkwardly to be a salesgirl in a department store, she is still full of quips and gags: and the action burbles at a merry pace. Through eighteen years and an equal number of stunning costumes, the play followed Mame and her nephew through one situ- ation after another.

Auntie Mame (Minnie Gaster) and Brian O'Bannion (Jim Rockey) engage in one of their "poetry times." The two are in the process of writing Mama's memoirs, while frumpy Agnes Gooch, the secretary. (Rachel Marsh- Dourne) looks on in amazement with her "Dr. Pepper."

Mame's visit down South with Beauregard Pickett Bumside (Bill Rackley) to meet the family proved to be one of the brightest moments in the show. The hunt at the climax of the visit turned into a riot for everyone and a hus- band for Mame.

Auntie Mame's nephew (Thomas Jackson) reads a letter from his aunt. While in school at Runson, Patrick received quite a few odd gifts from Mame, including a Bud- dha from India.

The parents of Patrick's fi- ance, Doris and Claude Upson (Ruth Lambie and Dr. George Cook) were visited by Mame at "Upson's Downs."

Macy's floor walk- er (Jerry Higgins) becomes upset whe the customer (Frank Taylor, Lo- retta Foster, an Peggy Bock) cannot find Mame.

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Mame's parties were always frequented by interesting people. At this particular one. Patrick arrived with the maid (Mol- lie Lewis). The lavish costuming and unique setting is visible in this scene.

As the play comes to a close. Auntie Mame is seen leading the son of Patrick and Pegeen (Elo- ise Hewitt) upstairs to pack for a trip to India.

Another party, with guests including Mr. Babcock (How- ard Mallard) and Lindsey Woolsey (Carroll Norwood), cli- maxed with Manie's new drink, "Flaming Mames."

Although the entire comedy was galvanized by the vol- atile Auntie Mame, there was in the play a number of other vivid characters, totaling almost fifty. With such a number of actors, this made the production have one of the largest casts of any non-musical comedy of recent times on campus.

The play was directed by Dr. Ralph H. Rives. Costumes were made by Lois Garren; and the far-ranging settings were designed by Paul Minnis and Donald Sexauer.

The entire cast, including technical workers, totaling over fifty persons, made "Auntie Mame" the success that critics acclaimed as the 'hit of the year."

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The Glass Menagerie

Laura (Sue Taylor), the crippled daughter who is sensiti and shy, looks for solace in her collection of glass animals.

Robin Hood

Sponsored by the American Association of Uni- versity Women, the Playhouse presented "Robin Hood" as its first production of the year. A tour of schools, in the Pitt County area was planned and executed by the association. Tommy Hull, an ECC student, served as director of the very successful chil- dren's program.

Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" brought ti East Carolina College a play long- to-be-remembered. The circus like music combined with unusual lighting to create the mood tha was called for by the playwright. A mystical quality was addei to the production due to the use of a simple setting. "The Glas Menagerie" tells the story of a fading Southern mother, playe( by Lucille Dew, living in an apartment facing a back alley ii St. Louis, trying to do the best she can for her two children, bu succeeding only in destroying eveiy vestige of hope, beauty, an( joy in their lives.

Tom (Ben Avery), Amanda (Lucille Dew), and the gentleman caller (Tommy Hull) complete the quartet, along with Laura, of the drama's characters.

Denard Harris headed the cast as the adventurous Robin Hood. In this scene, he is pictured with his mother (Eloise Hewitt) and his outlaw band.

The Fair at Nottingham created much ex- citement with an archeiy battle between Robin Hood and Prince John.

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Clubs

In many ways, a person is always a student. Even before and after his formal education, he is in the pro- cess of learning. Much of this process involves the prac- tical knowledge of dealing with others. East Carolina, along with its formal training, offers opportunities to the student to learn more about dealing with others through student organizations. Each of these twenty- two clubs provides something particular to its members. But no matter what the objective of any of these groups, the most important aspect is that of teaching its mem- bers to better understand the everyday task of dealing with their fellowmen.

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Aquanymphs

Anne Gates, president; Jessie Divinoff, vice-president; Green, treasurer; Sandra Snyder, publicity chairman.

Consisting of women who are interested in water ballet and synchronized swimming, it is the aim of the Aquanymphs to develop its members' skills in precision swimming. In the spring of the year, the organization presented its traditional water show in the college pool. As with previous years, their swimming ability made theshow its usual success.

Art Club

Rose Read, president; Patricia Waff, secre- tary; Alfred Nance, treasurer.

Composed of all art majors and of honorary members who profess an interest in art, the Art Club's enrollment has increased to one hundred and eight- een. This year art seminars have been held by the students in all of the major fields. Panels composed of outstanding students from each field and informal discussion are held by students attend- ing the seminar. A Christmas Art Sale, composed of work done by art majors, was held on campus with all proceeds going to the Art Club treasury.

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Association for Childhood Education

This Kiwanis-sponsored organization, the Circle K Club, is well-known on campus for its members. Membership is based upon leadership and college activities. Therefore, it is apparent that the pui-poses of the or- ganization are to provide educational op- portunities for woi-thy young men, to pro- mote participation in group activities, and to encourage good fellowship and high scholarship. This active club sponsored a Confederate flag sale for the benefit of the new stadium fund, presented an annual Va- riety Show, and gave assistance to orphan- ages. Members of the Circle K Club attend- ed a district convention in Winston-Salem and an international convention in St. Peters- burg, Florida.

Bill Grubbs, secretary; Joe Flake, treasurer; Ben- ny Bowes, president; Jim Massey, vice-president.

Marie Brewer, recording secretary; Brenda Nun- nery, vice-president; Ann Martin, president; Opal Hall, treasurer.

Seeking to bring into active coopera- tion all groups interested in children, and to promote desirable educational programs and practices in the elementary school, die Association for Childhood Education works for better education and well-being of all children. Activities of the organization for the year included selling mums for Home- coming, sponsoring college blazer sales,, playing Santa to children at Kennedy Home, and presenting a portrait of Miss Coates to the Wahl-Coates Laboratory School in Feb- iiiary.

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East Carolina Playhouse

With membership open to any student enrolled in tlie college taking a curriculum leading to an engineering degree, the Delta Chapter of Professional Engineers was or- ganized with ten charter members. The two year old East Carolina College organization strives to provide a program of professional development and orientation for the engi- neering student. With thirty-eight active members, the club, affiliated with the Na- tional Society of Professional Engineers, has guest speakers including electrical, civil, and mechanical engineers, faculty members, and students.

Emory Morgan, vice-president; Jim Talton, pres- ident; Jerry Ainsfield, secretary-treasurer.

Gerald Harrell, secretary; Ben Avery, president; Chariot Donet, vice-president; Howard Mallard, treasurer.

In its twenty-third year on the college car pus, the East Carolina Playhouse has once agai proved its ability to entertain the students, facult; and people of Eastern North Carolina. Activitic were begun early in the Fall in order that the pla; house could have a successful season. The primal aim of this organization is to train actors and tec) nicians for further work in the dramatic worlc "Robin Hood," "Antigone," "The Merchant c Venice," Auntie Mame," and "The Glass Menaj erie" were the five main productions of the pla] house this year.

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One of the most active and largest organizations on campus is Phi Beta Lamhda of the Future Business Leaders of America. Projects undertaken by the club this year included collecting dona- tions, sponsoring the traditional Valentine Dance, and selling records of the college alma mater. During the summer, Maiy Helen Mumford and Bill Hudson attend- ed the National Convention held in Wash- ington, D. C. At that time, the local chapter was awarded the Gold Seal Chap- ter Award and the Blue Ribbon Award. Due to the large membership of the ECC organization, one hundred ninety-seven, they won Second Place in Eastern District Membership competition.

Mary Helen Mumford. president; Sandra Cobb, correspond- ing secretary; Nellie Taylor, recording secretary; Gene Saunders, treasurer.

Future Business Leaders of America

Special activities of the Home Economics Club included selling Christmas cards, help- ing underprivileged families, and selling candy made by the Home Economics Depart- ment. Public relations of the organization were heightened by a "get-acquainted" picnic for freshmen in the fall. Throughout the year, the club continued to promote greater interest in the field of home economics, internal fellow- ship, and provided a means by which students can develop leadership and initiative through participation in the activities of the organiza- tion.

Betty Rose Frazier, president; Audrey Hollonian, vice-president ; Sharon Keel, secretary; Annie Marie Riddick, treasurer; Brenda Smith. 'Buccaneer' re- porter; Judy Harrison, 'East Carolinian reporter.

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Industrial Arts Club

To emphasize the need for Industrial Arts in North Carolina and to promote fel- lowship, professional interest, and growth among students enrolled in the department are the purposes of the Industrial Arts Club. Highlighting the club's activities were a welcoming party for in-coming freshmen, the giving of an award for the best decorated dormitory at Homecoming, and attendance at the North Carolina Industrial Arts Fair.

Robert Hall, treasurer; Lynn Cox, secretary; Virgil Harper, reporter; John Finch, vice-presi- dent; Spencer Grady, president.

Mary Ruth Scott, vice-president; Shelby Jean Howell, historian; Vickie Lee Morgan, presi- dent; Patsy Collier, secretary. Rnnnin Cnnpcr. treasurer.

Established to help the students of Li- brary Science or other persons interested in the library to have a broader understanding of this field, the Library Club was organized in the fall of 1953. Procuring speakers for Children's Book Week and National Li- braiy Week, conducting tours through the library on High School Day, and sponsoring a booth in the annual College Union Carni- val are some of the numerous .projects under- '50 taken by the club.

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Maye Waters, co-vice-president; Linda Grady, secretary-treasurer; Sylvia Wallace, president; Donald O'Brien, co-vice-president.

Endeavoring to further an interest in mathematics and to acquaint members with various aspects of the field, the Maria D. Graham Mathematics Club sponsors an an- nual field trip to points of great mathemati- cal interest. This year the organization toured Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Through social activities such as the Christ- mas Party and the Annual Spring Banquet sponsored by the club, a better relationship is created among the members.

Mathematics Club

Modern Dance Club

Twelve students interested in devel- oping poise, grace, and agility organized and participated in the college Modern Dance Club this year. Open to both men and women students, participation in the organization is a means of conditioning the body and interpretating ideas through this media. Two performances were pre- sented at the college in the Spring, one for the Health and Physical Education De- partmental meeting and another for the theater workshop. Miss Lorrayne Graff, faculty member of Health and Physical Education, served the club as advisor.

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Music Educators National Conference

Having the motto, "The deed is every- thing, the fame is nothing," the local Nurs- ing Club strives to promote professional and social unity among student nurses and to serve as a channel of communication be- tween the ECC student nurses and the North Carolina Student Nurses Association. Spe- cial activities of tlie club are tlie providing of Christmas cheer in the form of favors and gifts for hospital patients, diversional activities throughout the year, and support of charitable activities that arise on campus.

Gloria Crawley, secretary; Billie McDougald, vice-president; Selba Morris, president; Donnie Barnhill, treasurer; Jeanette Jones, historian.

Pat Tyndall, treasurer; Betsy Orr, secretary; Jesse Helton, vice-president; Brett Watson, president.

Striving to give music education students the privilege of participating in the State, Re- gional, and National Conferences, the Music Edu- cators National Conference members prepare themselves for a better future in music. Meetings of the club offer interesting programs concerning music education. Two years ago the East Caro- lina chapter had the largest student chapter rep- resentation in the nation at Atlantic City, New Jersey, with twenty-two members attending the national convention. Last year the chapter had the largest representation at the Southeastern Convention in Asheville.

Nursing Club

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Psychology Club

Katrina Grumpier, secretary; Charles Moore, president; Larry Byrd. vice-president; Wilbur Castellow. treasurer.

Organized to promote more interest in the field of Psychology or human behavior, the Psychology Club endeavors to present interesting films and topics at informal dis- cussion meetings. Trips to the State Mental Institution, Caswell Training School, and psychological clinics are instituted by the club. In addition, the members have demon- strations and films on handwriting analysis, brainwashing, and hypnosis.

Janice Tripp, secretary; Woody Shepard, treas- urer; Gordon Patrick, president; Reggie Edger- ton, vice-president.

To foster an interest in progress in health and physical and recreational educa- tion is the purpose of the Physical Educa- tion Club. Being responsible for planning the programs for the Physical Education de- partmental meetings, the club endeavors to enrich the knowledge and experience of physical education majors by providing in- teresting and beneficial programs and proj- ects for the club. Members of the club su- pervise the opening of college recreational facilities on weekends.

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Bringing together students who have a common interest in science is the purpose of the Science Club. Individual research is encouraged. For the last three years, excel- lent student research papers have been pre- sented to tlie Collegiate Academy of Science for exhibition. Special activities for the year included a spring trip to Hanging Rock Park near Winston-Salem, and participation in the Collegiate Academy of the North Car- olina Academy of Science, whose annual meeting was held at Wake Forest.

Science Club

Organized in December, 1959, the So- ciety for Advancement of Management now has thirty members. To develop human re- sources and to provide business with a bet- ter product to train, mold, and refine is the uhimate goal of SAM. Various educational tours to places of business interest in the eastern portion of the state were held by the members. Scheduled first this year was a trip to Wilson to visit the Merrill, Lynch, Mills, and Smith Stock Exchange and the Swift Packing Company.

Fred Johns, president; Jimmy Wheatley, vice-president; Peggy Culverhouse, secretary-treasurer; Dr. Clifford Knight, advisor.

Ray Duncan, treasurer; Paul Jenkins, secretary; Norwood Crawford, vice-president; Jim Mustian, president.

Society for the Adcancement of Management

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Faye Brantley, president; Joyce Faye Williams, treasurer; Betty Ann Rogers, secretary; Betty Collier, vice-president.

Students, as members of the Robert H. Wright Chapter of the Student National Education Association, are acquainted with the history, ethics, organization, policies, and progress of the association. The mem- bers strive to interest capable men and women in education as a life-long career. Throughout the year, the SNEA supported quite actively all campus functions, especial- ly the James S. Ficklen Memorial Stadium Fund Drive.

Student National Education Association

Maurice Allen, secretary; Anna Baldwin, girl's president; Charles Smith, boy's president.

In the interests of better health and physical fitness, one hundred and thirty ECC students or- ganized a Weight Training Club at the beginning of the 1961-1962 school year. Meetings were held twice-monthly, at which time exchanges of ideas and demonstrations in weight lifting and other calisthenics were made. Ray H. Martinez, swimming and tennis coach at the college, served the new organization as faculty advisor.

Weight Training Club

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Ann Craft, president: Becky Wayne, treasurer; Linda Harvell, secretary: Imogene Turner, vice- president.

Under the super-vision of the Women's Recreation Association, an intramural program for all women students was set up for team competition in softball, basketball, and volley- ball and for individual competition in badmin- ton, tennis, and archery. In this program, the organization endeavored to encourage spirit of play, physical activities among the student body, physical efficiency, and the development of good citizenship. Through the organization, one of our new clubs originated this year, the Modern Dance Club.

Women's Recreation Association

Beginning with a visit of Dr. Wallace Hyde, executive secretary of the State Demo- cratic Executive Committee, the Young Demo- crats Clul has had an extremely active year. The purpose of the club is to stimulate in the students an interest in better government and to encourage more active participation in poli- tics. Although the club does not endorse any particular candidate for nomination in the Democratic primaries, its support does go to the Democratic nominee in the fall elections and to the party as a whole at all times. Lloyd Prout, vice-president; Sylvia Wallace, sec- retary; Anne Frances Allen, president; Jim Kirk- land, treasurer.

Young Democrats Club

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Greeks

Congeniality based on character - that is the fra- ternity and sorority system at East Carolina College. Contributing to the betterment of the college youth, these Greek organizations offer to their members both rich and rewarding experiences. The many phases of the Greek system combine to make this college a more democratic and enjoyable place, a place where persons may "belong," if they so desire. Through participation in Greek activities, students enjoy a rare privilege to be actively engaged in close association with their "sisters" or "brothers."

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Inter-Fraternity Council

Since its origin in 1958, the Inter-Fraternity Council has sei-ved as the governing body of the social fraternities on campus. At present, there are seven national and three local fraternities under its jurisdic- tion. Each one has three representatives including the presidents of each fraternity. Business is carried on and officers elected in a similar mamier as they are in each of the individual member fraternities. Com- mittees are set up for different orders of business with these com- mittees consisting of members selected from the floor.

Rushing, pledging, initiations and the general welfare of the fra- ternities are but a few of the orders of business facing the IFC at each meeting.

Greek Weekend, the highlight of the year for the fraternities, al- ways proves to be a great success. Many name bands and vocal groups are considered for the weekend's entertainment. Greek Weekend, as it is called locally, held May 5, 1962, was no exception, for it sur- passed all previous years.

OFFICERS: Bob Jackson, vice-president: Bill Phelps, treasurer; Spencer Gaylord, secretary.

BUDDY WEIS President

DEAN JAMES MALLORY Advisor

Improvement of informal rush for Winter Quarter is discussed by the "58 IFC.

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IFC REPRESENTATIVES: Bamie Averette, Wayne Hol- liman, B. D. Mills, Wiley Lewis, Jerry Persons, and Seated, Sam James, Ashley Humphrey, Neil Seid, Blarnie Tanner.

A new design in Punch Bowls was found at the highly successful Greek Weekend held in May.

FRATERNITY PRESIDENTS: Bob Veasey, Sigma Nu; Giles Hopkins, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Howard Rubin, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Tom Elani, Delta Sigma Phi; Chester Boone, Pi Kappa Phi; and Seated, Jerry Wilkins, Pi Kappa Alpha: Bob Hart, Kappa Alpha; Wayne Willard, Theta Chi.

Rushees were enter- tained by popular mu- sic provided by Sigma Nu Brothers.

IFC REPRESENTATIVES: Al Cherrin, Jim Maner, ouis Adier. Ed Block, Jim Cross, and Seated, S. Dallas, om Elam, Phil Lankford, Mickey Conklin.

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Colonized at East Carolina College in the Winter Quarter of last year. Alpha Epsilon Pi has, in a period of one and one-half years, grown from the original eight brothers to a much larger number. The local Epsilon Kappa Chapter is classified as a Jewish-sponsored, non- sectarian fraternity.

With a goal of developing high standards of social and intellectual fellowship among its members. Alpha Epsilon Pi thus hopes to make them more qualified to take a proper place in the universities and colleges of America.

Pledge Stuart Seigel discusses coming social events of Alpha Epsilon Pi President Howard Rubin.

Gil Ruderman. Bill Elman. Sylvan Kushmar Tom Mortalaro. pledges of the newly-formed fra- ternity receive instructions on closed study hall from Brother Steve Gallup.

Brother Alan Cherrin welsomes new pledges, Phil Somers, Bernie Beloff, and Stan Marin, following Fall Rush.

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Alpha Epsilon Pi

HOWARD RUBIN President

A. CHERRIN

S. GALLUP

D. MARIN

T. PENN

N. SEID

S. SIEGEL

J. SOMMERS

G. RUDERMAN

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MR. OVID PIERCE Advisor

JIM BASS Vice-President

BOB HART President

BOB RAINES Recording Secretary

GENE HORNE Corresponding Secretary

Kappa Alpha Order

G. ALPHIN

B.CRISP

F. DANIEL

J. EARLY

C. HOWIE

J. HUDSON

B. JACKSON

J. KIRKLAND

G. LANIER

F. LASSITER

T. MALLISON

B. MASSEY

V. MEWBORN

T. MURRAY

B. MILLS

K. OLIVER

M. SUMMERS

P. TEMPLE

N. VAN NORTWICK

J. WATERS

F. WEST

W. WILSON

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The K.A.'s sing carols at the Christmas party before leaving for the holidays.

LIB ROGERS Homecoming Sponsor

K.A.'s came out in true southern tradition for the Homecoming

Brothers Hart, Murray, and Kirkland inform Rushees of the duties of a pledge during Fall Rush.

Living up to the ideals established by Robert E. Lee, members of the KA Order conduct themselves in the manner of true southern gentlemen. Sponsoring a Christ- mas party for underprivileged children, a car wash for the stadium fund, and a food drive for needy families, the KA's have proved that they endeavor to help those less fortunate.

Founded at Washington College on De- cember 21, 1865, and here at East Carolina on September 26, 1958, this fraternity at- tended the "Old South Ball" and recog- nized Convivum weekend on January 19 to celebrate Robert E. Lee's birthday. Hon- ors won by the KA Order included the championship of both tennis and football within the interfratemity league.

Advisor, Mr. Pierce, and Brother Jim Speight led the K.A.'s in the Homecoming parade.

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DAVID HARVEY Treasurer

BOB BRANCH Vice-President

JOHN MATHEWS President

BARNIE AVERETTE Secretary

NICK HILGRET Ritualist

MICKEY CONKLIN Rush Chairman

SPENCER GAYLORD Pledge Master

Chartered in 1909 at Boston University, the fraternity expresses its ideals in the three-pointed emblem which signifies schol- arship, character, and friendship. The Iota Upsilon Zeta Chapter at East Carolina is composed of forty-seven brothers who seek new friendship tlnough group interaction, re- sponsibilities and accomplishments.

Highlighting the social events of the year for the Lambda Chi Alphas was the Cres- cent Girl Ball. To make the surrounding campus and community a better place to live, this local Chapter sponsored Thanksgiving and Christmas parties for underprivileged persons and promoted the Bond Issue in No- vember.

B. ANGE

E. BOYKIN

H. BROWN

E. BUCK

M. BYNUM

J. CLUSTER

E. DUNN

B. ESTES

V. EIDUKE

B. FRANKLIN

L. FRANKLIN

B. GARRETT

R. GLENN

T. GOSSETT

M. GRAHAM

J. HARRIS

P. HUMPHRIES

C. KILLIBREW

R. KINSY

E. McGRAW

D. McPHERSON

T. MADDOX

T. MATHEWS

B. NYE

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Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl Tomye Suggs.

With a cannon to blast Elon Homecoming, Lambda Chi took third place for their float in the parade.

Beatnik parties can be very interesting as the Lambda Chis can well prove.

Though down in defeat the Bond Issue was well supported by the Lambda Chis.

J. NOBLES

C. RHODES

D. SMITH

W. SPENCER

M. STRAWBRIDGE

O. STROTHER

A. SUTTEN

E. SWEET

P. THORELL

R. TUGWELL

B.WARD

B. WARREN

B.WILLIAMS

B. WINSTEAD

M.WOODBURY

B. WOOTEN

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Phi Kappa Tau

Highlighting this year's festivities in Phi Kappa Tau was the signing of the charter on February 3 making the colony a nationally af- filiated chapter. Other events included the adop- tion of a family at Christmas, the campus im- provement project, and the other well-planned socials. Honors that have been accorded to the Phi Tau's were first place in the float division of homecoming weekend and the Board of Trustees Scholarship Award.

Phi Kappa Tau seeks to establish the close bonds of brotherhood and to be a credit to the national fraternity, the college, and the commu- nity.

MICHAEL WILKINSON President

ASHLEY HUMPHREY Vice-President

MR. WYATT BROWN Advisor

BILL EYERMAN Secretary

FLOYD HARDISON Treasurer

GLENN BOYD

BOYD CORRELL

NEWMAN DREWER

BILL DURHAM

BILL GASKILL

M. B. GODBOLD

RONNIE GROVE

JOM MANER

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GEORGE PATRICK

STANLEY ROBERSON

FRANKIE SAIEED

CHARLES SHORE

JACK STANCIL

DAVID STEWART

MICKEY SYKES

Phi Kappa Tau took First Place honors during Homecoming for their replica of the "Merrimac."

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Pi Kappa Alpha

MR. FRED ROBERTSON Alumnus Counselor

DR. FRED MARTIN Faculty Advisor

JERRY WILKINS President

JERRY MOORE Historian

HAROLD CARTER Treasurer

SANDY DALLIS Vice-President

BILLY COX Secretary

BILLY WORRELL Sgt. At Arms

Pi Kappa Alpha, founded at the University of Virginia in 1868, has grown during its 93 years to 137 chap- ters. Epsilon Mu chapter at East Caro- lina College was chartered May 17, 1958. Pi Kappa Alpha stands for "The establishment of friendship on a firmer and more lasting basis; for the promo- tion of brotherly love and kind feeling; for the mutual benefit and advancement of the interest of those with whom we sympathize and deem worthy of our re- gard."

Men who wear the Shield and Dia- mond Pika Pin strive to strengthen the bonds of friendship, build character, and grow intellectually. Some of Pi Kappa Alpha's achievements during its four years at East Carolina include setting up the first fraternity house, winning the first and second Greek Week, and winning the Scholarship Trophy. Also, Pika was the first frater- nity to hold a District Convention at East Carolina College and to operate a full time dining room.

B. ANDERSON

J. ARLEDGE

C. BROWN

H. CHADWICK

S. COCHRAN

J. CUTLER

D. DUDLEY

A. FARIS

C. FULLWOOD

D. HAAR

B. HARRISON

B. HERRING

L. JORGENSON

J. LEA

J. LOFTIN

M. McDIARMID

E. MIZZELL

B. MOORE

B. MURRAY

J. PAKE

R. REESE

D. ROCK

R. TAFT

B. TANNER

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This Summer, Charlie Zucker became pinned; and in Pika traditin, he went for a swim.

ANN BUTLER Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl

A view of things to come ... Pi Kappa Alpha has completed plans for operation of a full-time kitchen and dining room.

Let's twist at the "Concert."

"Concert By The Sea #4"

V. TAYLOR

B. TILLEY

G. WALTERS

K. WARD

B. WEIS

R. WILLIFORD

C. ZUCKER

R. ZUCKER

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Pi Kappa Phi

Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the College of Charleston in December, 1904. The frater- nity, the outgrowth of a friendship between the students, Simon Fargarty, Lawrence Mixon, and Andrew Krseg, has steadily grown since this early friendship.

Beta Phi Colony of Pi Kappa Phi was es- tablished at East Carolina College on February 15, 1961. Pi Kappa Phi encourages excellence in scholarship and inoculates in its members the highest ideals of Christian manhood and good citizenship.

Members of the local colony attended na- tional headquarters at Charleston, South Caro- lina. Other activities of the group included par- ticipation in Homecoming events and the James S. Ficklen Memorial Stadium Fund Drive.

PHIL NANCE President

CHET BOONE Secretary

DR. GLENN REEDER Advisor

DAN RAY Treasurer

TOMMY HICKS Warden

MIKE CAYTON

CHARLES DAVIS

BOBBY HOOD

HENRY LAND

WILEY LEWIS

BRUCE McLAMB

WAYNE SCOTT

CHARLES WOHLNICK

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Pi Kappa Phi's Homecoming Sponsor Roma Cummings.

Pi Kappa's pledge class prepared to hit the road for their pledge trip last Fall.

A visit to the national headquarters in Charles- ton, S. C, was one of the many activities of the year for the Pi Kaps.

I've heard of party lines, but this is ridiculous.

Coffee in the office of the governor of South Carolina was the highlight of the trip.

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BILL MEREDITH Lieutenant Commander

WILLIAM STOCKS Recorder

BOB VEASEY Eminent Commander

Sigma Nu

MR. JOE CLARK Advisor

BUTCH EDWARDS Chaplain

To believe in the life of love, to walk in the way of honor, to serve in the light of truth . . . this is the creed of the Sigma Nu fraternity. On May 16, 1959, the Eta Beta Chapter of Sigma Nu was installed on the campus of East Carolina. Since its founding at the Vir- ginia Militaiy Institute in 1869, the

Sigma Nu's have grown to one of the largest national social fraternities.

In the realm of activities, the Sigma Nu's and the Pika's played a football game for the benefit of the stadium fund. The Sigma Nu's also aided in the cam- pus clean up after the invasion of Hur- ricane Donna.

J. ANNOULT

B. BARRETT

L. BRYAN

J. CANEPA

N. CARROLL

S. COLLIER

J. CLONINGER

D. DENNIS

R. DENNIS

B. EASON

B. ERWIN

J. FAUCETTE

P. FITZ

J. FORBIS

W. FRICK

H. GILL

R. HERRING

S. HOCKMAN

W. HOLLOMAN

D. HOWARD

D. JONES

B. JOYNER

B. KEENAN

D. LANCASTER

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Sigma Nu's and their dates do the twist at an informal party.

Sigma Nu Homecoming Sponsor Iris Pappas.

Brother John Forbis listens to ques- tions that a rushee has asked during Fall Rush.

There is always a bridge game going at the Sigma Nu house; and brother Bill Erwin is enjoying putting his opponent down.

P. LANGFORD

J. McGEE

T. MARLEY

B. MICHAEL

R. MUELIER

C. NOLAN

L. PALMER

B. PIERSALL

E. SHOLAR

R. SPEARS

R. STONE

B. STOUT

J. WILLIAMS

B. YOUNG

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S. JAMES President

W. WILLIAMS Vice-President

W. NORFORD Secretary

R. HELMS Treasurer

Sigma Phi Epsilon, "the Frater- nity with a heart," has now grown to one hundred and fifty-five chapters in forty-seven states since its begin- ning in Richmond on November 1. 1901. Established on the East Caro- lina College Campus on April 15, 1961, the Kappa Chapter has estab- lished as its purpose the lasting bonds of brotherhood. Since this is the fra-

ternity with a Heart, the Sig Eps helped with the Heart Fund Campaign here in Greenville.

Included in the social activities of the year were the Sigma Phi Epsi- lon Ball in Charlotte, which was at- tended by the new chapters in the Carolines, and the local Founder's Day Ball.

Sigma Phi Epsilon

K. ALEXANDER

J. ARROYO

A. BAKER

N. BARCLAY

W. BRINKLEY

J. CROSS

T. DAVIS

J. FERRELL

R. FOCHLER

H. HICKS

L. HOLLEMAN

G. HOPKINS

J. JONES

L. LEWIS

M. DAVIS

G. MAYS

R. MOORE

J. McQueen

B. PHELPS

J. RIDDICK

R. ROYSTER

A.SUTHERLAND

P. WILLAMSON

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Sig Eps found the Twist had in- vaded their fraternity house, too.

Brothers and their dates found a chess game to be an amusing' way of spend- ing Saturday night.

At Homecoming, the Brothers "tarred and feath- ;d" another Brother, merely for the sake of nning the Float Award.

Sig Eps, Baker, Cross. Shaffer, Brinkley, Holleman, and Davis, get together at Dora's for musical recreation and refreshment.

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MRS. E. B; HARRIS Housemother

BRETT WATSON Librarian

JERRY PERSONS Vice-President

WAYNE WILLARD President

FRED WRIGHT Treasurer

BILL JACKSON Secretary

JIMMY ADCOCK Chaplain

Among the social events for the Theta Chi fratemity this year were the Homecoming party, the Christmas and Dream Girl Dances, and the Mason- Dixon Ball. With the purposes of broth- erhood, scholarship, and leadership, the thirty-six brothers of Theta Chi have sponsored such projects as the bond issue, the drives for the new football

Stadium, the Christmas party for under- privileged children, and the donation of blood for the Pitt County Bloodmobile. Founded nationally on April 10, 1856, and locally on March 15, 1958, Theta Chi has now acquired recognition as one of the most civic and sei^viceable organ- izations on the East Carolina College campus.

Theta Chi

L. ADLER

B. BENNETT

W. BRASWELL

W. BRITT

M. BROWN

T. GATES

J. CHESNUTT

C. CHILLDRESS

K. CONGLETON

F. FOWLER

S. GRADY

R. HALL

L. HARRIS

W. HARRIS

P. HEMBY

R. HICKMAN

S. HOLMES

W. HUNT

B. JACKSON

J. JOHNSON

R. JOHNSON

M. KEZIAH

C. LEE

A. MIZELL

K. MOORE

W. O'BERRY

L. PARADISE

E. PENUEL

D. ROBINSON

W. SHEPHERD

J. SOUTHALL

J. TEMME

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Theta Chi brothers talk with Rushees during Winter Rush.

A ladder would be much better to decorate the top of the float that went up in smoke before the Homecoming parade.

Theta Chi Dream Girl Judy Paine

Refreshments and gifts were in order for the kids at Theta Chi's Christmas party.

Would you mind not using that paddle?

B. THOMAS

K. TROGDON

R. WASHER

J. WESTBROOK

C. WILLIAMS

W. WORTHINGTON

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Panhellenic Council

MARY NELL SHAW President

Through undertaking several projects including assistance in the Red Cross Blood Mobile, the March of Dimes Drive, and the sending of "Care" packages at Christmas, the Panhellenic Council has functioned pro- ficiently this past year. In addition, each of the eight sororities, whose Senior and Junior delegates form the council, has vol- unteered to select a candidate for the 1962 "Miss Greenville" Pageant. A Mardi Gras Party for children at Caswell School and a program for the 1962 County Home for the Aged was also given.

Formal Rush, one of the largest re- sponsibilities of the Panhellenic Council, included Open House for prospective rushees in October and a convocation held at the beginning of the winter quarter. A Panhellenic booklet was published with in- formation pertaining to the Council and each of the sororities. These booklets were issued to all freshman girls.

Greek Weekend, the highlight of the year, was co-sponsored by the Panhellenic Council and the Inter-Fraternity Council.

DEAN RUTH WHITE Advisor

Janice Deaton, treasurer; Carol Butler, vice-president; and Gail Elkins, recording secretary.

Members of the Panhellenic Council discuss proposed plan for limiting number of pledges coming in following Formal Rush in January.

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SENIOR DELEGATES: Judy Redfern, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Dinah Nibbelink, Chi Omega; Sara Smiley, Kappa Delta; Gail Elkins. Alpha Xi Delta: Betty Rose Frazier, Alpha Delta Pi; Carol Butler, Alpha Phi: Jean Morris, Alpha Omicron Pi; and Janice Deaton, Deha Zeta.

JUNIOR DELEGATES: Sylvia Cannady, Chi Omega; Mary Nell Shaw, Alpha Omicron Pi; Judy Lambert, Kappa Delta: Ellie Speckman, Alpha Xi Delta: Becky Basnight, Alpha Delta Pi: Jane Blue, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Betty Gardner, Delta Zeta; and Laverne Blackley, Alpha Phi.

Sigma Sigma Sigma Sisters Martha Hutchins and Sue Jones explain to rushee Margie Harrington the Panhellenic Council's rushing rules.

Mary Anne Watson displays mixed emotions as she receives her sorority bid.

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Homecoming Sponsor: Ginny Fowle

"Gone With The Wind" was the theme of Alpha Delta Pi's prize winnin float in the Homecoming parade.

Punch and smiles were uniform of the day at an Alpha Delta Pi rush party.

Alpha Delta Pi sisters chata after a very successful beatnik rush party.

Sisters Donna Anne Parker and Camilla Henderson welcome Rushee to the Winter Rush party.

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MILLY BOWDEN Treasurer

LILLIAN MOVE Vice-President

RAY LANE President

CAMILLA HENDERSON Recording Secretary

DR. MARY STATON Advisor

Alpha Delta Pi, founded at Wes- leyan College in Macon, Georgia, in 1851, is the oldest secret society for col- lege women. With the colors, blue and white, and the woodlawn violet as their flower, the Delta Omicron Chapter at East Carolina College was chartered on Febmary 6, 1960, and became the one hundredth chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. This sorority stands for sisterhood and

mutual trust among its members, high scholarship, and service to the school as well as to the surrounding community. With their motto, "We live for each other," each girl who wears the diamond- shaped badge of Alpha Delta Pi strives to strengthen friendships, upholds the highest ideals of Christian womanhood, and renders unselfish service to man- kind.

Alpha Delta Pi

A. ADKINS

B. BASNIGHT

B. CARSON

D. CUMMINS

B. DIECHMAN

J. EAGLES

D. FARMER

G. FOWLE

B. FRAZIER

O. HAMMOND

C. HAAR

L. KEFFER

P. KENNEDY

F. MOSELEY

M. MYERS

K. OAKES

V. ODOM

T. OWEN

D. PARKER

A. POWELL

B. ROSE

B. ROUSE

K. SAWYER

G. SHEARIN

B. STATON

M. THORNTON

M. WHITWORTH

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BARBARA BARCO Vice-President

LOU ROGERS President

SANDRA THOMPSON Treasurer

CAROLYN BECK Recording Secretary

BETSY LANE Corresponding Secretary

Alpha Omicron Pi

Aiding the Chronic Senile Ward of the State Hospital in Butner, North Carolina, the Zeta Psi Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi has worked for the better- ment of those less fortunate. Founded nationally at Barnard College in New York on January 2, 1897, and locally on February 6, 1960, this sorority was awarded the Collegiate Chapter Achieve- ment Award at its National convention in June, 1961. Membership in Alpha

Omicron Pi is based on character and like-mindedness. With these qualities as goals, the twenty-eight members of this organization have worked together in participating in the Sorority Spectacular and the Sorority and Fraternity All- Sing. The sorority was honored to have its own Mary Nell Shaw serving as pres- ident of the Greek council, the Panhel- lenic Council, for 1961-1962.

A. ALLEN

M. ALLEN

D BROOME

N. COLLINS

F. COOKE

J. HARRIS

E. JOYNER

N. LOMAX

MRS. JOY MARTIN Advisor

S. PAGE

L. ROGERS

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P. RUSS

J. SESSOMS

M. N. SHAW

L. SLAUGHTER

D. SMITH

B. SUTTON

Alpha Omicron Pi's Southern Belles in the Homecoming Parade

"Sho nuf, we is down South, Man."

The Sorority All Sing was in true southern tradition with the Alpha Omicron Pi's con- tribution.

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MISS GAY HOGAN Advisor

M. LOFTIN Vice-President

KAY FAUCETTE President

K. BROWN Recording Secretary

A. CALHOUN Corresponding Secretary

One of the oldest social sororities for women. Alpha Phi was founded at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, in 1872, and was initiated at East Carolina on February 12, 1960. To de- velop character, conduct, and culture are the main purposes of Alpha Phi.

Cardiac aid was adopted as the Na- tional Philanthropy of Alpha Phi in 1946. Since that time, members have donated hundreds of hours of volunteer work to local heart associations and other community projects. Alpha Phi also has provided numerous scholar- ships to students under the Alpha Phi Foundation.

Some of the many social events in which the Alpha Phis have participated

Alpha Phi

include dances with fraternities on cam- pus, tlie Azalea Festival house paity, and the alumni party for graduates.

Alpha Phi has received several honors this year such as winning the Sil- ver and Hi-Phi Award for scholarship for maintaining the highest above-all sorority average. In Women's Intra- murals, Alpha Phi won the softball championship and placed second in archery and third in the swim fun meet. Seven Alpha Phis attended the district convention at the University of West Vir- ginia, and this June the Delta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Phi will be sending delegates to the National Convention at Lake Placid, New York.

J. ALBRITTON

R. ANDREWS

C. BARRETT

M. BEALE

L. BLACKLEY

M. BREWER

J. BUSHBY

C. BUTLER

B. CARAWAN

N. CATLETTE

N. COMPTON

B. BEARING

A. DeVANE

M. ELLIS

G. HOOKS

S. LAND

R. LANIER

J. McDONALD

B. McILWEAN

G. MAXWELL

N. MORRIS

E. POOLE

J. POPE

B. REGES

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P. ROYAL

B. SMITH

J. SUTTON

J. WETHERINGTON

P. WILEY

N. WRIGHT

This float won third prize for the Alpha Phi's in the Homecoming parade.

Sister Betty Carawan showed a rushee the Alpha Phi display during Formal Rush.

Entertainment at every Alpha Phi rush party always included a song fest.

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LINDA MANN Recording Secretary

ALICE STARR Treausrer

CHICK LANCASTER President

LIZ DENTON Corresponding Secretary

VICKIE LEE Assistant Treasurer

GAIL ELKINS Reporter

MISS ROULSTON Advisor

MRS. MESSICK Advisor

MISS McGEE Advisor

L. ARMSTRONG

D. AUSTIN

Alpha Xi Delta

M. BLYTHE

N. BREZEALE

A. BROTHERS

S. COBB

R. CUMMINS

L. EFLAND

I. HERRING

M. HORNE

L. KEEL

J. LACKEY

N. LIPFORD

M. MUNN

P. NASH

C. OWENS

G. PHILLIPS

A. RHUE

M. RHUE

M. ROBINSON

W. SHEPARD

E. SPECKMAN

E. STEVENS

J. STOGNER

K. TODD

B. WALL

S. WORTHINGTON

B. WYNN

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By giving Christmas parties to under- privileged children and by supporting and educating a local girl, the Alpha Xi Delta's strive to be an active influence for the good of the college campus. The Gamma Phi Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was the first to go national at East Carolina College. This event took place on September 12, 1959; the national founding occurred at Lombard College in Galesburg, Illinois, on April 17, 1893. In addition to helping the needy. Alpha Xi Delta captured first place in tlie Sorority Spectacular, first place in sorority volleyball competition, and second place for their Homecoming float. Encour- aging the formation of lasting friendships among fraternities and sororities. Alpha Xi Delta annually sponsors a Greek All-Sing.

Showing a rushee the Alpha Xi Delta display were sisters Dawn Austin and Gail Elkins.

With the theme of "Let's Pick Elon," the Alpha Xi's won second prize for their Homecoming float.

Formal rush gave the sisters and rushees a chance for both Dcializing and the latest gossip.

Homecoming Sponsor Linda Efland

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E. RUFFIN Advisor

B. ELLIS Vice-President

BETTY LANE President

J. CALLIHAN Treasurer

M. GILLILAND Advisor

Chi Omega

On Februaiy 6, 1959, the Rho Zeta Chapter of Chi Omega Social Sorority was chartered on tlie college campus. Since that time, Chi Omega has grown to an organization of foity-one sisters who strive to seek superior scholarship, womanly character, and lasting friend- ships. Founded nationally on April 5, 1895, the Chi O's gave their best to social and civic services.

Activities in which Chi Omega has participated include the Torch Mara- thon, several dances, and a Christmas party for undei-privileged children.

F. BAILEY

J. BENNETT

E. BREWER

J. BRISSON

S. CANNADY

J. CHANDLER

N. COGGINS

P. DANIELS

J. DOYLE

D. ELLIOTT

A. GREENWELL

S. GURLEY

B. HARRIS

R. HARRISON

D. HICKS

K. KAST

J. KERLEY

J. LASATER

J. McLARTY

C. MAY

S. MEWBORN

L. MINTON

S. MINTON

D. NIBBELINK

K. PRIEST

D. REEVES

N. ROBERTS

B. RYAN

C. SHESSO

J. SMITH

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Homecoming Sponsor Elaine Brewer

Chi Omega's and underprivileged children gath- ered around to trim the Christmas tree.

C. STURDIVANT

P. WARD

S. WHITE

E. TAYLOR

These nine girls composed Chi Omega's Formal Rush Pledge Class.

All of the Chi Omega sisters and pledges helped to decorate the Homecoming float.

Barbara Ellis and Dinah Nibbelink helped feed the children at the annual children's Christmas party with Delta Sigma Pi.

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NANCY BERRY Recording Secretary

EDITH BAKER 2nd Vice-President

GAY HUDSON President

CAROL RANKIN 1st Vice-President

JUDY BERRY Treasurer

GERRY WHITFIELD Corresponding Secreatary

JULAINE CANNON Historian

JOYCE CURRIN Parliamentarian

MRS. HELEN SNYDER Advisor

Delta Zeta

B. BOYD

J. COLLINS

G. CONGLETON

L. COOKE

O. DARDEN

C. DAVIS

J. DEATON

J. EUGLOW

Y. HARRIS

H. HAWES

A. HOYLE

B. GARDNER

A. GWALTNEY

K. JOHNSON

N. LEDBETTER

M. LYON

K. LANNING

M. MELTON

B. OUTLAW

S. STAINBECK

L. WEBB

J. WEBSTER

J. WESCOTT

D. WHITTED

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Gay Hudson, Delta Zeta's Homecoming Sponsor

Adopting a child from Hong Kong, giving a weiner roast for the football players, and having a portrait of Dean White painted for the Pan- hellenic Room were the projects un- dertaken by Delta Zeta Sorority this year. Founded nationally at Miami University on October 24, 1902, and locally on February 6, 1960, this or- ganization unites its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friend- ships, stimulates the pursuit of knowl- edge, promotes moral culture, and de- velops plans for guidance. These ideals combine to make a Delta Zeta's life one of sincere aims and high pur-

Dale Whitty grabs partner Janet Wescott at Delta Zeta Hoedown.

A most humble party in which oriental Delta Zetas enjoyed rice shoots, incense, and talked of Far East affairs.

Wrapped in smoke, mysterious Janice Deaton watches the festivities at a sorority party.

It is a most honorable affair when Delta Zetas gather for Formal Rush.

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K.D.'s Homecoming float was a replica of the "Monitor" which took First Place in the sorority division.

The K.D.'s had a costume for all lands when Formal Rush started.

Judy Lambert explains to Rushee Jo Lang- don the advantages of pledging a sorority.

"As I was saying there I was sitting on the floor ..." Nina Duncan entertains Rushees with a good true story.

There is nothing like having a few boys around when there is decorating for Home- coming to do.

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Kappa 'Delta

Vice-President L. HOBBS

President KATHERINE RAYNOR

Secretary S. SMILEY

Treasurer B. DERRICK

Assistant Treasurer J. LAMBERT

Rush Chairman R. SINGLETON

F. BAKER

B. BENNETT

J. COURIE

S. DAWKINS

N. DUNCAN

K. EPTON

L. GALE

N. GILBERT

J. HARDY

C. HART

J. LANGDON

S. McKEAN

M. MUMFORD

B. NARRON

B. SCHWAB

C. STORY

N. SUMMERLIN

B. VAUGHAN

M. VOGEL

P. WAFF

S. WALLACE

L. WHITWORTH

J. ZACKERY






MRS. VIRGINIA MINGES Advisor

NANCY CARR Vice-President

JUDY HENDERSON Recording Secretary

SUE STREET President

JANE PERRY Corresponding Secretary

THERESA McDANIEL Treasurer

MRS. ELSIE EAGAN Advisor

Founded on April 20, 1898, on the campus of Longwood College in Farm- ville, Virginia, Sigma Sigma Sigma has provided new friendships and harmoni- ous living to its thirty-five members. Tri- Sigma also has strived to make others happy with their support of the Robbie Page Memorial Division of the North Carolina Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill. In addition, the Sigmas gave gifts and parties to the crippled children and

to the needy families during the holiday season. Chartered on the East Carolina College campus in February, 1960, the Gamma Beta Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma has as its colors royal purple and white and as its flower the pur-ple violet. With the open motto of "Faithful Unto Death," Tri-Sigma has continuously pro- moted high standards, faithful service, and excellence in scholarship.

Sigma Sigma Sigma

D. ADAMS

N. BEST

J. BLUE

P. BUNTING

D. BURROUGHS

G. CAVAN

M. COFFEY

C. CRAWFORD

C. CREWS

D. FOSTER

L. GARTMAN

L. GLOVER

P. HAMILTON

J. HAMMOND

N. HUBBARD

M. HUDGINS

L. PAPPAS

J. REDFERN

A. RICHWINE

A.ROSS

B. RUSS

B. SETTEN

B.SMITH

M. SMITHERMAN

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Tri-Sig's Homecoming Sponsor Laura Gartman

Susie Street smiles after receiving the award for First Place at the Sorority All-Sing from chairman Katie Jo Todd.

Jane Perry and Mary Helen Coffey ran hard in the Educa- tional Marathon for the Bond Issue.

Bonnie Russ, Iras Pappas, Laura Gartman, and Brenda Smith made a good impression at the opening of Tri-Sig's house in the Fall.

S. STRICKLAND

K. THOMAS

J. THOMPSON

L. THORNTON

S. UPCHURCH

G. WALKER

M. WARD

E. WILSON

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Sorority Activities

Chi Omega sisters entertained prospective pledges during Formal Rush with their version of Hawaiian "hula dancers."

Rushee Judd Gray chats with Tri-Sig Iras Pap- pas during Rush. She made it. Judd is now a Tri- Sig pledge.

Chi O's went all out for their cleanup, when they painted all the campus benches.

Informal Rush, ADPi style, was en- joyed by all who at- tended.

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Professional And Honorary

A rapid growth has taken place in the number of professional and honorary fraternities here on the East Carolina College campus, as well as an expanded growth throughout the nation. Seventy-five per cent of these fraternities represent the fields of architecture, chemis- try, commerce, engineering, law, medicine, and music. Emphasizing academic and scholastic aspects of student life is the primary aim of the professional, service, and honorary fraternities. The composite of these societies at East Carolina include one service, four professional, and ten honorary fraternities.

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DR. WILLIAM Advisor

TOM REESE President

MR. W. W. HOWELL Advisor

Delta Sigma Pi

J. ADAMS First Vice-President

M. BURRIS Second Vice-President

L. CARROLL

W. FAULKNER

J. HUDNELL

B. HUDSON

G. JACKSON

C. JOURNIGAN Secretary

M. KEITH Chancellor

G. KOONCE Historian

F. LAYNE

B. MOORE

R. NEAL

S. ODHAM

T. OGBURN

E. ROSE

G. SAUNDERS

W. SIMMONS

B. SUTTON

W. THOMPSON

L. WOOD

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Ward Simmons took a bow at the "Western Party- verse of "The Farmer in the Dell."

Stewart Odham and Nancy Coggins ( Chi Omega ) assisted the children at the annual Christmas Party.

Stressing professional activities such as guest speakers, business tours, commer- cial films, and special projects for the School of Business, the Delta Zeta Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi had an active program for promoting closer affiliation between the commercial world and the students of commerce. The International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi was organized at New York University in 1907 and came to East Caro- lina in May of 1955.

Among the activities for the past year. Delta Sigma Pi assisted in freshman orien- tation, won second place for its homecom- ing float, sponsored a children's Christmas party with Chi Omega Sorority, and had several socials including one with Alpha Phi Sorority. In addition, the social high- light for the year was the annual Rose Ball in February. Other events were "Western and Tacky" parties, the Azalea Festival weekend, and a weekend at Nags Head.

Lovely Miss Pat Kivette was Delta Sigma Pi's homecoming sponsor.

Right, The "Delta Sig House," south- ern style boasted "Elon Won"t Find No Southern Comfort Here!" and captured second prize at the home- coming parade.

Tom Reese and Ann DeVane demonstrated the twist gyration at the fall quarter pledge dance.

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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia

DANNY SMITH President

MR. LEWIS DANFELT Advisor

W. ALGOOD

Z. BAILEY Vice-President

J. BERRY

D. BLACKWELL Historian

S. BRANSON

G. BRILEY

A. BROWN

J. BURNS

M. CANIPE

J. CHAPPELL

F. DEW

R. FINCH

L. GRIFFIN

L. HOLTON Treasurer

L. HUFFSTETLER

C. HULCHER

P. JOHL

M. KILPATRICK

D. MILLER

D. MILLSON

W. MORRIS Warden

R. MURPHREY

J. MYRICK

H. SHEARON Alumni Sec.

J. TEACHEY

R. TILLEY

R. TYSON

J. VAN DYKE

J. WAGEMAKER Music Director

N. WELLS

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Aside from music and dancing, the Sinfonians and dates gather around the newly crowned sweetheart at the spring dance.

Miss Sue Gallagher was crowned 'Sinfonia's Sweetheart" at the annual spring dance.

Among the honorary - professional fra- ternities projects were the annual American Music Festival, presentation of an award to the Composition Contest winner, and main- tenance of a scholarship fund. A spring ban- quet and formal dance, at which the frater- nity sweetheart was crowned, were other func- tions of the year. The fraternity captured the first place award, in their division, for their Homecoming float.

With forty-one members including three honorary, Zeta Psi Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity ranks among the strong- est in the nation. For several years, the chap- ter has won the Province Award for the most outstanding Chapter. On October 6, 1898, Phi Mu Alpha was nationally founded at the New England Conservatory of Music. The Zeta Psi Chapter was founded locally on March 10, 1955.

liss Rose Lindsay, Homecoming Sponsor,

HAIL, SINFONIA is sung to each gradualing Sinfonian after hi; recital.

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Alpha Phi Omega

FAY BUNCH

DON BURRIS

EDWARD CRUMPLER

JERRY CUMMINGS

BOB CURTISS

BILL ELEY

NATHAN GAY

HAROLD GREEN

CHARLES HOLLIDAY

WAYNE KENNEDY

JIM LOGGINS

LINWOOD MARTIN

TOM MACKEY

NEIL McDUFFIE

CECIL MILLER

RAY PENUEL

RICHARD RENEGAR

ED SEAGROVES

DAVID SMITH

FRANK STEINBECK

HENRY TAYLOR

JERRY TAYLOR

JIMMY TAYLOR

JOHN WALSTON

MAC WALSTON

SAMMY WATSON

SAMUEL WORSLEY

RAY WATSON

HAL SMITH, President

NAT HARDEE 2nd Vice-President

BILL PARKER 1st Vice-President

Judy Paine was crowned White Queen by Alpha Phi Omega's Sweetheart, Diane Foster.

Alpha Phi Omega, the only service fra- ternity on campus, carried out its ideals of service to the campus through distributing the EAST CAROLINIAN and the REBEL. The APO's also distributed safety pamphlets to students leaving for the Christmas holidays, aided in freshman orientation, and carried the torch in the Bond Issue Marathon. 202

Annually, this fraternity sponsors the largest dance of the Winter Quarter, the White Ball, with all proceeds going to the Crippled Children's Fund. Membership in Alpha Phi Omega is acquired by screening a person's qualifications in regard to service to human- ity. Promoting genuine friendship is another ideal of the Alpha Phi Omegas.

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Alpha Delta Tau

WALTER BARLOW

WILLUM BROWN

LYNN COX

SPENCER GRADY

ROBERT HILL

BEN IRONS

HUBERT LEGGETT JR.

MARSHALL MARTIN

Based on scholastic achievement in industrial arts and related fields, Alpha Delta Tau is an honorary fraternity which met twice monthly to promote their purposes. These purposes include recognizing accomplishments, promoting scholarship proficiency, fostering pro- fessional advancement, and upholding personal and professional honor. Lead- ership, service and honor are the three precepts upon which the fraternity was founded.

Alpha Delta Tau's Homecoming Sponsor Harriet Respess Grimes

CHARLES STOKES

CARLTON TEW

CLINTON GREEN

JAMES WAUGH

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BARBARA TRIPP President

BETTY DERRICK Secretary

JIM WHEATLY Treasurer

Chi Beta Phi

Chartered in Huntington, W. Va., on March 17, 1953, the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Chi Beta Phi is one of the oldest honorary fraternities on the cam- pus. Among the purposes of Chi Beta Phi is the promotion of interest in sci- ence.

To be eligible for admission into the fraternity, a student must be a fine, straight forward individual who main- tains an average of 1.5 on all college courses and a 2.0 average on all science courses, and of at least Sophomore Standing.

GENE BAYNOR

JIMMY BLYTHE

MURDOCK BUTLER

BILLY COX

FRANCIS COZART

PEGGY CULVERHOUSE

PHYLLIS DUDLEY

H. B. EVANS

BILLY GOODWIN

VIRGINIA GREEN

BETTY LANE

JAMES MASSEY

EARL PARKER

GOODWYN REEVES

AGNES RHUE

JOHN ROBERSON

LARRY SHACKELFORT

SANDRA THOMPSON

SYLVIA WALLACE

MARY WORTHINGTON

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Delta Phi Delta

CAROL BARRETT

KAREN BEST Recording Secretary

JEAN BUTLER

AL DURKLE

LINDA KEEFER

JOHN GOOD HEART Vice-President

GALE HAMMOND

JOANNE LACKEY Corresponding Secretary

Based on scholastic excellence and sei-vice to the Department of Art, Delta Phi Delta is a national honorary art fraternity. Promoting the advancement of art in the col- lege and community and sponsor- ing scholarship funds for art stu- dents are the two objectives of Deha Phi Delta.

FOREST MATHISON

MIKE MILLER Historian

JIM SANDERS

BOB SCHMITZ

JIM SMITH

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Gamma Theta Upsilon

SIDNEY BEACHAM

GARY DOWDY Vice-President

SPOTTSWOOD JOHNSON

MIKE JONES

NEIL LINEBECK

BRENDA LITTLE Treasurer

ANN PEADEN

JOHN REHDER

JIMMY ROWE

GEORGE SOUTH

CLENTON SMITH

HENRY TAYLOR

DAVID THOMAS, Secretary

MAC WALSTON

In 1955, the Beta Iota Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon was formed at East Carolina College. This honorary fraternity bases its membership on persons with an interest in geography and its relationship to the world.

On the agenda for the organization during the past year were trips to Manteo and Washington, D. C. Geo- graphical points of interest near Greenville were also visited. In addition, seminars and lectures were spon- sored by the local Gamma Theta Upsilon fraternity.

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Kappa Delta Pi

Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education, encourages high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and recognizes outstanding contributions to education. Maintaining a high degree of professional fellowship among its mem- bers and promoting better attitudes toward

higher scholastic standards are the two main goals of Kappa Delta Pi.

This society invites into its member- ship persons who exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship.

SUE EVANS President

VICKI MOSSER Secretary, Treasurer

CRAIG DAUGHTRIDGE

DOROTHY DUNLOW

BETTY LANE

MIKE MILLER

AGNES RHUE

CHARLES SYLIVANT

Homecoming Sponsor Sue Evans

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Phi Omicron

Aiding the sick and needy people in this area. Phi Omicron, national honorary fraternity in the field of home economics, lends distinction to this department here at East Carolina College.

Phi Omicron strives to teach the ideals of service as the basis of life. These ideals include personality, leadership, initiative, and poise. Together these goals encourage interest and scholarship in the home econom- ics field.

JUDY HARRISON Reporter

AUDREY HOLLOMON Secretary, Treasurer

SHARON KEEL

SYLVIA LAMM President

REBECCA PARKER

ANNIE MARIE RIDDICK Vice-President

VIVLIAN TRAYWICK

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Phi Sigma Pi

JOHN KNARR President

Outside of the Student Government bsociation, Phi Sigma Pi is the oldest unctioning organization on the East Carolina College campus. The Tau Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi was chartered n 1928. This all male fraternity stands or leadership and fellowship in the ield of education.

In order to become a member, a tudent must be a sophomore and have n over-all B average on his college rork. These qualifications having been let, the candidate is voted in by the lembers of the fraternity.

Homecoming Sponsor Ann Atkins

WALKER ALLEN

THELBERT ARTHUR

JIM BALLANCE

MAC BURRIS

LARRY BYRD

LARRY BLIZARD

WILBUR CASTELLOW

PARKER CHESSON

BOB CHRISTESEN

NORWOOD CRAWFORD

JOHN GOODHEART

BILL GOODWIN

CLINTON GREEN

RONNIE HELMS

TOM JONES

JAMES MASSEY

MIKE MILLER

CHARLES MOORE

BUDDY MURRAY

JERRY NORTON

FRANK ORR

CALVIN OWENS

JOHN ROBERSON

BILL STOCKS

JAMES WAUGH

HOWARD WILLIAMS

MACK WORTHINGTON

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Pi Omega Pi

Pi Omega Pi's purposes are to promote scholarship, to aid civic betterment, and to encourage high ethical standards. Chartered at ECC on February 12, 1944, this Chapter has also won the National Outstanding Chap- ter Award three times.

Membership in Pi Omega Pi is open to Business Education majors who have a B average on twenty-three hours of business subjects. In addition, the prospective member must maintain an over-all C average on all other academic subjects.

KAREN BROWN

JIMMY CHESNUTT

DOROTHY DUNLOW

GLENNIS EDWARDS

JEAN FLAKE

SYLVIA HARRIS

JUANITA JONES

GEORGE RHODES

JAMES SULLIVAN

JIM TAYLOR

NELLIE TAYLOR

LINDA THOMPSON

SHIRLEY WHITEHURST

JEAN WARREN

Pi Omega Pi's Homecoming Sponsor Glennis Edwards

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Sigma Alpha Iota

ELIZABETH ADCOCK

LINDA COMER

CRAIG DAUGHTRIDGE

BECKY FORBES

Scholarship, personality, and character are the three prerequi- sites for prospective members in Sigma Alpha Iota. The Beta Psi Chapter here on campus was ini- tiated on May 1, 1955; whereas, the national charter was formed in 1903. This professional music fra- ternity for women strives to raise the standards of productive musical work among female students of col- leges, conservatories, and univer- sities.

SUE GALLAGHER

LINDA HANSON

OLIVE HERRING

FAYDENE JERNIGAN

SALLIE MEWBORN

JOYCE MITCHELL

BARBARA MURRAY

BETSY ORR

CAROLYN PETTY

ELIZABETH RICHARDSON

PATRICIA ROBERTS

MARIE SUTTON

ANNE VICKERY

SHIRLEY WILLIAMS

JANET WURST

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Sigma Pi Alpha

A national honorary fraternity in the find of foreign languages was formed on this college campus in 1940. The members of the Pi Sigma chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha interest themselves in all information concerning foreign coun- tries. Their belief that greater knowledge of other civilizations help them to under- stand the people of the world better con- stitutes their main goal and ideal. Mem- bership in this organization is by invita- tion to those who have an overall C aver- age and a B average in foreign language courses.

ROBERT CHRISTESON

LINDA COX

PATSY ELLIOTT

GLENDA FERRELL

REBECCA HUTCHINS

LAURA IPOCK

BRENDA JOHNSON

SANDRA KENNEDY

LINDA MANN

VICKIE MOSSER

BOBBIE NEWMAN

MARGERT PARKER

ANN PEADEN President

CLAIRE PIPPIN Vice-President

MARY POWELL

CAROLE RANKIN

SHIRLEY REASON

LEOARD SHAFFER

MARTHA SHERRILL

FREDDIE SKINNER

LOIS TUNNELL

MIKE WILKINSON

BETSY WINSTEAD

Margaret Parker Homecoming Sponsor

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JIM BALLANCE President

BETTY LOU SRUILL Vice-President

A. ALLEN

J. BAGGETT

J. BELCHE

D. BOWERS

J. BULLARD

S. DAWKINS

Founded nationally in 1924, Sigma Tau Delta now has grown to one hundred and four chapters. The Omicron Theta Chapter established here this year is the first chapter of tlie Fraternity in North Carolina. Its purpose is three-fold: pro- motion of the mastery of written ex- pression, encouragement of worthwhile reading, and fostering a spirit of fellow- ship among men and women specializ- ing in English.

Any English major or minor who has been enrolled in the college for a quarter may become a member of Sigma Tau Delta. In addition the student must have taken one English course and have an overall average of C.

The entire family attended the Sigma Tau Delta Christ- mas Reading.

Sigma Tau Delta

E. EDWARDS

D. ELLEN

F. FARMER

K. FORBES

C. FUTREAL

J. HARRIS

P. HINSON

B. JOHNSON

W. JOHNSON

L. MASSENGILL

L. MANN

J. PEARCE

G. PITTMAN

F. POWELL

L. PURVIS

J. REEL

M. STALLINGS

J. STARRETT

K. STRICKLAND

L. TUNNELL

C. TYNDALL

J. UNDERWOOD

S. WATERS

B. WILLIAMSON

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Tau Sigma

FAYE BRIGHT

MARILYN COLBURN

JUDY COMER

RONDA DANDLIKER

To supplement classroom work with actual experi- ence, to explore education, to give the members an oppor- tunity to meet first hand problems and situations in the field, and to provide the opportunity to work and learn - these are the purposes of Tau Sigma. The Alpha Chapter of this honorary education fraternity was founded on the East Carolina campus in the Spring of 1955. Membership in Tau Sigma is open to any educa- tion major who has an overall B average.

To highlight this year's work, the Tau Sigmas took a trip to the Caswell Training School to observe the methods of teaching retarded children. In addition to this, much fun was had on the beach trip to More- head.

LINDA FLOWERS

GLADYS GAY

VIRGINIA GRIFFIN

WILLIAM JACKSON President

NORMA LEE JOHNSON

LYNDA LEWIS Vice-President

SUSAN LOFTIS

ANN MARTIN

R. C. NORRIS

BRENDA PAINTER

JUDY PAYNE

GAIL PITTMAN Treasurer

JUDY PLEASANT

ELEANOR POOLE

MARTHA PRICE

ANNIE MARIE RIDDICK Corresponding Secretary

LOIS ROBERSON

REBECCA SINGLETON Recording Secretary

MARY VIRGINIA STALLINGS

JUDY UNDERWOOD

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Religion

Baptist and Methodist Churches were the prefer- ence of the majority of students in a poll taken by the office of Mr. D. D. Gross, Director of Religious Activi- ties. Twenty-six different faiths or denominations were listed on the 3788 cards turned in by a portion of East Carolina students. Those reporting a preference for the Baptist denomination numbered 1449. Methodist pref- erence totaled 1171. Presbyterians were next with 426. Others included 136 Episcopalians, 145 Free Will Bap- tists, 118 Roman CathoHcs, 62 Lutherans, 46 Pente- costal Holiness, 37 Hebrews, 30 Christians, 23 Quakers, and 20 Church of Christs. In addition, fifteen other churches or faiths were preferred by fewer than twenty students.

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To supplement the ministry of the local churches, the Baptist Student Union's weekly program included Monday night supper forums, Wednesday night vespers, and Sunday night singspirations. Among the activities of the Baptist Student Union were the monthly mission programs and projects, the annual retreats and conven- tions, and the Christmas caroling. All of this was enjoyed by the three hundred and fifty active Baptist students on campus.

Faye High, secretary; George Patrick, treasurer; Carl Yorks. vice-president; Mary Lu Nicholson. president.

Baptist Student Union

Canterbury

Henry Taylor, vestry; Lennie Hugnes, senior warden; Lois Tunnell, treasurer; Edith Baker junior warden; David Haskins, vestry; Rev- erend Richard Ottoway, priest.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church was the meeting place of the Canterbury Club for 1961-1962. This organization is open to the entire college community for the purpose of offering spiritual guid- ance and Christian fellowship through its many social activities. The Canter- buiy centered its existence around the altar with Holy Communion every Wed- nesday afternoon.

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Free Will Baptist Fellowship

Betty Lou Spruill, president; Kenneth Proctor, vice-president; Faye Pope, secretary; Robert E. Lee, treasurer.

Each Monday night, the Free Will Baptist Fellowship met for the purpose of providing a program of Christian fel- lowship for its members. At this time, either a student, member, or special speaker addressed the group, followed by a supper hour sei-ved by the ladies of the local church and surrounding churches of Greenville. Special activi- ties for the year consisted of wiener roasts by the campus fireplace, a Valen- tine banquet, and traditional Christmas caroling. These blend together to make the three "F's" of this active organiza- tion - fellowship, food, and fun.

Begun in the Fall of 1960, the Hebrew Youth Fellowship now has twenty members, making membership twice its original size. This Jewish or- ganization actively participated in Re- ligious Emphasis Week and had various social events throughout the year. Through these activities, the Jewish stu- dents and the students of other faiths on campus have much better religious relationships.

Howard Rubin, president; Neil Seid, vice-president; Judy Goodman, secretary.

Hebrew Youth Fellowship

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King Youth Fellowship

Open to all students affiliated with Gospel Churches, the King Youth Fellow- ship strives to provide Christian fellow- ship, to render service to the campus and community, and to offer wholesome, rec- reational and social activities. Highlights of this year in the King Youth Fellowship weie the Homecoming weekend activities, the traditional Winter banquet, and the group trip taken in the Spring.

Lindsay Quick, president; Sudie Lee, secretary; Carolyn Royal, corresponding secretary; Johnny Hedgepeth. vice-president.

Ronald Shoup, president; Helen Kallio, secre- tary; Bob Christesen, vice-president.

Fellowship is the main objective of the Lutheran Student Association. Or- ganized in the Spring of 1955, the East Carolina chapter of the organization provides- students with an opportunity for worship, study, and service. During October, this association took part in the annual Fall Retreat, and, in the Spring, the Lutheran students partici- pated in their Spring Weekend, called Ashram.

Lutheran Student Association

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Mutual Improvement Association

Mental, physical, and spiritual ed- ucation make a perfectly sound develop- ment of character. Therefore, this is the purpose and aim of the Mutual Improve- ment Association. Under the leadership of Lynn Jorgensen, this twenty-five mem- ber group met every Wednesday, gain- ing knowledge, using it with wisdom, building character, and achieving intelli- gence, thus making stepping stones to joy, which is the purpose of life.

Bill Willis, vice-president; Michelle Coviello, first counselor; Lovelle Lanier, second counse- lor; Lynn Jorgensen. president.

Under the guidance of Mary West- brook, the Newman Club has once again had a fulfilling year. The Newman Club, an association of Catholic students, is a nation-wide organization. The purposes of the club are to promote social activites in a spiritual manner, to learn more about the Catholic faith, and to worship in a rightful way. In order to fulfill these purposes, the Newman Club met each week in the "Y" hut.

Pat Farris, Bill Phelps, president, Mary West- brook, Father Sullivan, vice-president, Anthony Gruszczywski, secretary Francis Bailey.

Newman Club

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Marjorie Holland, treasurer; Betty Collier, secretary; Tweetie Land, first vice-president; Martha Ellis, second vice-president; Bebe Bar- rett, president.

Sponsored by the Presbyterian Church, the local Westminster Fellow- ship is an organization for the students of East Carolina. Eveiy Monday after- noon the group met to enjoy a film, a speaker, or a discussion. After the in- spiration of the message discussed, sup- per was served to them. The purpose of this organization is to maintain a place where students may come to worship, to serve, and to socialize. This purpose is accomplished by the Fall retreat and the Synod Westminster Fellowship Confer-

Westminster Fellowship

Wesley Foundation

Faye Bright, secretary; Bob Parsons, presi- dent; Fallon Melvin, vice-president; Beverly Cox, treasurer; Mamiej Chandler, director.

This year, the Wesley Foundation has emphasized study groups and com- munication with the fine arts. Under the dominion of the Methodist Church, this foundation has experienced much growth through the weekly programs of wor- ship, communion, and Bible classes. Through tliese media, the Methodist stu- dents on campus have learned to be of service, to witness, and to gain knowl- edge in the Christian realm of life.

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Young Men's Chrisitan Association

George Griffith, treasurer; Alfred Nance, vice- president; Beverly Cox, secretary; Bob Parsons, president.

Recreational benefits and educational facilities are offered to members of the young Men's Christian Association, as well as a healthy religious environment. The YMCA has as its aim, to encourage and foster, among students, the ideals of clean living, lofty thinking, and physical fitness. These ideals combine to make an excellent Christian character; the YMCA strives to accomplish this through chapel services which were held every Tuesday evening in the "Y" hut.

Young Women's Christian Association

Ann Martin, vice-president; Lynda Lewis, president; Judy Godwin, treasurer; Patsy Wiley, secretary.

Worthwhile projects were the pri- maiy contributions of the Young Wom- en's Christian Association here on the campus this year. At both Christmas and Thanksgiving, this organization helped several needy families have a happy holi- day season. The seventy young college girls which compose this club also helped sponsor the weekly chapel serv- ices of the college. Since 1855, the YWCA has strived to meet the needs of students, spiritually, mentally, and so- cially.

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Reverend Terry Anger, Father Sullivan, Reverend Robert Crawford, and Dr. Dawyer Gross.

Religious Advisory Council

In coordinating religious activities on campus, the Religious Advisoiy Council and the Inter-Religious Council work closely together. Religious Emphasis Week, a project planned solely to encourage students to evaluate and to think about religion and its influence on them, was the highlight of the year. It featured a program of "jazz meditation," a lecture by Dr. George Schwitzer, nuclear scientist, and a one-act play, "The Sand Bar." Throughout the year, progress in promoting religious activities was made by the two groups.

Inter-Religious Council

Judy Fletcher, Mary Lu Nicholson, Ronald Shoup, Ronnie Cox, Larry Queen, Carolista Fletcher, and Brenda Canipe

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Military

In 1946, the United States Air Force began a Re- serve Officers Training Corps here at East Carolina. At present, this department consists of two hundred and ten cadets, two instructors, and one professor of air science which compose the one group, two squadrons, and eight fhghts. Since the AFROTC is the largest source of Air Force officers, this is the prime purpose of the unit. These capable graduates will enter the Air Force as Second Lieutenants. These are the men who will one day become the backbone of America's armed services.

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AFROTC

Two hundred and ten cadets began the year of training in the Department of Air Science. With many projects and social func- tions inchiding a "Dining In," a Spring Mili- tary Ball, a Marchatlion for the March of Dimes, and service projects such as food for the underprivileged and Christmas parties for small children.

In its fifth year, the Flight Instructional Program, an integral part of the AFROTC training for all seniors who have been classi- fied in the Air Force pilot category, is de- signed to screen all cadets in their basic ap- titude for flying, and to discover those who lack the ability or the desire for Air Force pilot training upon graduation and commis- sioning.

CADET GROUP STAFF

FLIGHT A

Cadet Second Lieutenant J. M. Flake

FLIGHT B Cadet First Lieutenant D. R. O'Brien

FLIGHT C

Cadet First Lieutenant

K. L Webster

FLIGHT D

Cadet First Lieutenant H. S. Raynor

Cadet Colonel San- ders Grady, Cadet Group Commander.

Cadet Colonel Wal- ter Worthington, Spe- cial Cadet Assistant to Commandant of Ca- dets.

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SQUADRON STAFF: H. E. Smith, J. T. Ferrell, E. L. Joyner, D. C. Robinson, G. C. Childress.

During Orientation, staff members of AFROTC explain to Freshmen the advantages in completing courses in the Air Science program.

FLIGHT E First Lieutenant F. P. Smith

FLIGHT F First Lieutenant G. V. West

FLIGHT G Second Lieutenant S. L. Purvis

"Marching So Others May Walk" was the cam- paign slogan of those who marched and those who collected money for the March of Dimes.

FLIGHT H First Lieutenant G. D. Rouse

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Arnold Air Society

Cadet Colonel Sanders W. Grady Commander

This local honorary organiza- tion for AFROTC students, the Gen- eral Chenault Squadron of the Arnold Air Society, is composed of cadets selected upon their interest in the cadet corps, their leadership ability, their AFROTC grade average, and their over-all accumulative grade av- erage. Persons selected serve the group in a pledge period, then be- come members who propose and cany out the objectives of the society through support and sei-vice to the AFROTC.

ANGEL FLIGHT: Bobby Hooper, Billie McDougald, Janie Harris, Lynn Slaughter, Becky Basnight, Linda Mills, and Brenda Nunnery.

BRENDA NUNNERY Commander

East Carolina's Angel Flight, one of forty-one in the nation, has among its pur- poses maintaining high morale in Detach- ment 600, AFROTC, at the college, and furthering recognition of the AFROTC through service. Members act as official hostesses for military events on campus and also function as a drill unit. While on duty, they wear a chic, official uniform.

Angel Flight

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Drill Team

Captain Edward J. Farrell Drill Team Commander

Last Spring, the East Caro- lina Drill Team won third piace in the Area C Drill Competi- tion. Along with this performance, the twenty-two members of the team annually performed a Mar- chathon for the March of Dimes and donned their uniforms for numerous parades. This activity gives the ROTC members a chance to learn precision drilling and advanced marching tactics while providing a worthy civic service.

Parades are an important part of the lives of men in the East Carolina AFROTC Drill Team.

RIFLE TEAM: Jimmy Mostello, Andy Burns, Stanley Purvis, Jerry Taylor.

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AFROTC

Each of the ROTC cadets finds it his duty to raise and lower the flag periodically as assigned by his commanding officer.

Members of the FIP plan learn, from actual experience, the func- tions of the various parts of the airplane.

The 1961 Military Ball Queen, Lib Rogers, receives roses from Lieutenant Colonel Norman Merritt, Professor of Air Science.

Mary Eliza- beth Powell, a member of the local An- gel Flight, was selected as Comman- der for the North and South Caro- lina Angel Flights.

Various checks are made before precision drill.

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Radio And Television

Ready, Camera One . . . Sound Up . . . Cross Fade to One . . . Cue Him . . so goes the dialogue as another radio or television program gets underway. With these words, positions are taken, programs are begun, and the students on campus are once more hearing or see- ing their favorite programs. Under the supervision of Dr. Corinne Rickert, the East Carolina campus radio and television stations have added spark, merriment, and, of course, education to the everyday lives of the student body. Prior to 1962, Miss Rosalind Roulston and Dr. Corinne Rickert both served capably in the res- pective positions of Director of Campus Radio and Di- rector of Campus Television. Revisions were made in the departments and now, the two positions have been combined into one, with Dr. Rickert serving as Director of Broadcasting.

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Radio

WWWS Radio, formed in 1957, first on an FM basis in April and then on an AM basis in the Summer, has a fifteen member staff. The AM portion of Campus Radio is self-supporting, whereas the FM is supported by the college. With air time from 2:00 p.m. until 12:00 midnight, programs include Downbeat, Audio, Dinner Music, Adven- tures in Fidelity, College Union Dance Party, Campus Radio News, Dedicated To You, and Sign-Off. WWWS Radio is certainly an asset to the college and student body with its music and its up- to-date news items.

Ray Watson, Lawrence Williams, Donald Barrow, and William Stuckey

Jerry Winberry Manager

Dr. Corinne Rickert Director of Broadcasting

Jerry Winberry, Dorothy Hall, and Marie Gibbs

Chuck Lancaster and James Shuman

Chuck Lancaster, James Shuman, Walter Johnson, William Wright, and Mollie Lewis.

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Television

With a twenty-seven member staff, the Campus Television went into operation in tlie Fall of 1958. Financed by the college, tele vision on the campus is a means of educating for many subjects are taught on TV, including courses in Music Appreciation, Art Apprecia tion, Psychology, Health, Geography, and Business. This method of educating the maxi mum also sei-ves as an entertainment medium Entertaining portions of the local television station comes under the TV Guild, an organ ization interested in giving its members tele vision experience.

Bob Federici, Rick Nitolli, Guy McCracken, Ronnie Carroway, and Henry Bynum.

Bob Federici and Chuck Lancaster

Len Harrell, Jerry Winberry, and Ross Thomas

Charles Cowan, James Shuman, Robert Parsons, and Vernon Elmore

Elizabeth Powell and Walter Johnson

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GRADUATES 234

SENIORS 236

JUNIORS 276

SOPHMORES 293

FRESHMEN 316

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Classes






Graduates

East Carolina College is approved for graduate instruction by the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and by the North Carolina College Conference. The graduate program is planned within the pattern of work as provided in the standards for the Master's degree as set by these associations. The Col- lege offers two graduate degrees - The Master of Arts and The Master of Arts in Education. All applicants for graduate study are required to take the Graduate Record Examination before admission to candidacy for the degree. Pictured in this section is but a small por- tion of the total graduate enrollment of East Carolina College.

BELL, BETTY LOU

Education and English Atlantic

BRYSON, DEE

Business Greenville

CUTLER, HANNAH BOONE

Education Washington

DAWSON, JOHN THOMAS

Science Greenville

FILLMORE, JERRE NEIL

Music Presque Isle, Maine

HENNESSEE, THOMAS H.

Administration and secondary Education Greenville

HERRING, TRAVIS L.

Mathematics Greenville

HODGES, MILDRED FERGUSON

Elementary Education Washington

HOWELL, NEIL TEAGUE

Business Waynesville

HUDSON, SAMUEL PALMER

Psychology Dunn

IRONS, MARY ELLEN

Guidance Greenville

JOHNSON, EVEYLN CAROLINE

Grammar Education Clinton

JONES, HAROLD A.

Music Pontiac, Michigan

KIM, CHEONG-HWA

Chemistry Seoul, Korea

LABAUME, CATHERINE

Business Paris, France

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McCLANAHAN, ROBERT W.

Guidance and Counseling Clinton

MILLS, NORMAN STALEY

Guidance and Counseling Raleigh

PHILLIPS, JOHNNY HARRIS

Physical Education Hertford

PORTER, ELIZA SANDRA

Social Studies Greenville

RAINES, BOBBY EMMETT

Physical Education Raleigh

RHODES, CHARLES TRUMAN

Guidance and Counseling Burlington

RHUE, AGNES FRANCES

Mathematics Swansboro

SCOTT, WAYNE NELSON

Business Stony Point

SMITH, JOSEPH, JR.

Education Greenville

SMITH, SHIRLEY COUNCIL

Business Wilmington

STANCILL, WILLIS JOHNSTON

Science Greenville

SYLIVANT, CHARLES LARRY

Science Stedman

WHITE, PATRICIA WALTERS

Science Tarboro

WILLIAMS, SARAH KATHRYN

Primary Education Newton Grove

WILSON, DIXIE

Science Dunn

WOODY, THOMAS HOWARD

Art Roanoke, Va.

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Senior class Officers

KEN TROGDEN, President

ADVISORS Dr. Cleveland Bradner

Miss Sophie Fischel

BILLY RAY JACKSON Vice-President

CAMILLA HENDERSON Secretary

BENNIE BOWES Treasurer

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ABBOTT, ANNE CAROLYN Elizabeth City

Primary Education, B.S. Meredith College; Young Democrats Club; Young Women's Christian Association; Student National Education Association.

ABERNATHY, HELEN FAYE Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Cotten Hall President; Women's Judiciary, Vice Chairman, Student Government Association; Association for Childhood Education, Historian; Student National Education Association District President Future Teachers National Education Associa- tion ; Women's Tennis Championship, 1960.

ADAMS, JAMES F. Henderson

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, First Vice-President; Veterans Club; Young Democrats' Club.

ALBRIGHT, JAMES TAYLOR Bolivia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Club

ALEXANDER, KENNETH GENE Jacksonville

Psychology and Mathematics, A.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charter Member: Arnold Air Society; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Drill Team; Psychology Club; Mathematics Club.

ALLEN, BEVERLY ELAINE Raleigh

Psychology, A.B. Baptist Student Union ; Women's Recreation Association.

ALLEN, MARTHA ALICE Wilmington

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi, Historian, Rush Chairman; Woman's Chorus; Association for Childhood Education.

ALLEN, SIDNEY SMITH Havre de Grace, Md.

Mathematics and Business, B.S. Mathematics Club.

ALLEN, WALKER LEE, JR. Greenville

Business Administration, A.B. Basketball; Golf Team; Phi Sigma Pi, Secretary, Vice-Presi- dent; Circle K Club; Disciple Student Fellowship, Vice-Presi- dent; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Sigma Pi Alpha; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

Class Of 1962

ALLIGOOD, GLORIA ANN Washington

Primary Education, B.S.

ALPHIN, WILLIAM GLENN Fayetteville

Home Economics, B.S. Baptist Student Union; National Education Association; Dorm- itory House Committee; BUCCANEER

ANDREWS, RACHAEL WINON Timberlake

Primary Education, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha; Young Democrats Club; Art Club; BUCCANEER; EAST CAROLINIAN; REBEL.

ARLEDGE. JAMES CURTIS JR. Gary

Art. B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha; Young Democrats Club; Art Club; BUC- CANEER; EAST CAROLINIAN; REBEL.

ARTHUR, THELBERT DONALD Beaufort

Social Studies and English, B.S. Campbell College, Vice-President Freshmen Class; Dean's List; Dorm President; Sutdent Government; East Carolina College, Vice-President Jones Hall; Sutdent Government Association; Dean's List; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

ASBY, GENE LEROY Washington

Grammar Education, B.S.

ATKINSON, MARGIE ANN Fairmont

Buiness Education, B.S. Alpha Phi; WOmen'ss Recreation Assocaition; Baptist Student union; Sutdent National Education Association.

BAILEY, JAMES ZUILL Bishopville, S.C.

Music, B.S. Chapel Choir, Vice-President; Phi Mu Alpha, Alumni Secretary, Vice-President; College Choi, President; Co-Chairman of Student Government Association Musicals, "Kiss Me Kate," "Annie Get Your Gun," "South Pacific," "Guys and Dolls"; Student Government Associatin, Senate, Budget Committee; Music Educators National Conference; Concert Band; Marching Band; Arnold Air Society; WHO'E WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

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BAKER, BEATRICE FAYE Farmville

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Kappa Delta; Honor Roll.

BAKER, EDITH LOUVINIA Burlington

Primary Education, B.S. Delta Zeta, Rush Chairman; Canterbury, Senior and Junior Warden; Sophomore Counselor.

BAKER, FLETCHER BRENT Beulaville

Science and English, B.S. Mount Olive Junior College; English Club.

BAKER, HELEN BOCKER Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Women's Chorus; House Council Wilson Dorm; Student Na- tional Education Association.

BALDREE, LINDA CHAUNCEY Grifton

Grammar Education, B.S.

BALLANCE, JAMES BROOKS Fremon

English and Social Studies, B.S. English Club, President; Sigma Tau Delta, President; Phi Sigma Pi; WWWS Radio; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BAREFOOT, KAY LUBERTA Elizabethtown

Business Education, B.S. Alpha Phi, Treasurer; Future Business Leaders of America.

BARFIELD, WILLIAM POPE Dunn

Social Studies and Economics, B.S. Campbell College; Young Democrats Club.

BARNES, KINCHEN WALTON Stedman

Business Administration, A.B. Men's Chorus; College Choir.

ALMA MATER: Praise

BARNHARDT, MILDRED P. Greenville

Business Education, B.S. Lutheran Student .iVssociation; Future Bi America, Treasurer, Historian, Greenville Leaders of America, Treasurer, Historian.

BARRETT, BRENDA ADELAIDE Farmville

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

BARRETT, JOHN BERNARD Greenville

Business Administration, A.B. Sigma Nu, Co-Rush Chairman; Newman Club; Varsity Swimming.

BARRETT, THOMAS CHESTER Goldsboro

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B.

BARRINGER, JOHN TERRELL Durham

Business Administration, A.B.

BARROW, DELORES LOVE Edenton

Primary Education and Geography, B.S. King Youth Fellowship; Student National Education Association.

BARROW, VIVIAN CAROL Snow Hill

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education.

BASS, JIMMY R. Goldsboro

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; Psychology Qub.

BASS, MARJORIE CARROLL Four Oaks

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education.

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BATEMAN, DAN BURCH Ayden

Business Administration, A.B. Young Men's Christian Association; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps.

BAZEMORE, MARY ANN Cofield

Primary Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Association for Childhood Education; Alpha Pi; Baptist Student Union.

BEACHAM, SIDNEY TAYLOR Williamston

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Gamma Theta Epsilon.

BEALE, CAROLYN MARIE Lillington

Business Education, B.S. Campbell College, Epsilon Pi Eta; Future Business Leaders of America.

BEALE, MATTIE GLENN Potecasi

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Physical Education Club; House Committee Garrett Hall ; Alpha Phi.

BELL, EDITH ANN Faison

Grammar Education, B.S.

BENNETT, BETTY JANE Bassett, Va.

Library Science and Social Studies, B.S. Kappa Delta; Library Science Club; Madison College.

BENNETT, CAROLYN HANES Lexington

English and Social Studies, B.S. Kentucky Wesleyan College, Kappa Delta; Kappa Chi; Wom- an's Dormitory Council, Secretary; Methodist Student Move- ment, Secretary; International Relations Club; Newspaper Staff.

BEST, KAREN SUE Mount Olive

Art, B.S. East Carolina Playhouse, Vice-President, "Midsiunmer Night's Dream," "Jack and the Beanstalk," "Philadelphia Story," "Night Must Fall"; Delta Phi Delta, Alumni Secretary, Recording Sec- retary.

To Your Name So Fair...

BIGGS, GEORGE HENRY, JR. Wilmington

Social Studies, A.B

LIZARD, LAWRENCE MURAT White

Art, A.B. Art Club; REBEL, Assistant Art Editor; EAST CAROLINIAN; Phi Sigma Pi, Social Chairman; Marching Band; Young Men's Christian Association, Publicity Chairman; Westminster Fel- lowship; Varsity Band.

LIZZARD, ANN H. Beulaville

Primary Education, B.S.

BLYTHE, JIMMY GRAY Seaboard

Mathematics, A.B. Chi Beta Phi, Vice-President; Circle K Club.

BOONE, EDNA MAY Gates

Science, B.S.

BORDEAUX, GRADY A. Elizabethtown

Social Studies, B.S. Campbell Junior College

BOSTIC, FRANK VERNON Pink Hill

Social Studies, A.B.

BOWDEN, MILLY HART Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Alpha Delta, Historian, Treasurer; Chapel Choir; Disciple Student Fellowship; Inter Religious Council.

BOWEN, VERNA FAYE Ayden

Business Education, B.S.

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BOWES, CLYDE BENNY Burlington

Business Education, B.S. Varsity Basketball, &)-Captain; Circle K Club, Treasurer, Sec- retary, President; Varsity Qub; Senior Class Treasurer; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BOYD, BARBARA REYNOLDS Aurora

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Free Will Baptist Fellow- ship, Treasurer; Young Women's Christian Association; Wom- an's Chorus; Chapel Choir.

BOYD, RICHARD CLAY Portsmouth, Va.

Physical Education, B.S. EAST CAROLINIAN, Sports Editor; Student Athletic Pub- licity Director; Frederick Junior College, Baseball, Mono- gram Club.

BOYETTE, LOTTIE FAYE Trenton

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

BOYKIN, STEPHEN EARL Wilson

Physical Education, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha, Alumni Secretary; Varsity Baseball; Inter- mural Council.

BRANTLEY, EDITH FAYE Durham

English, B.S.

Baptist Student Union; English Club; Young Women's Christian Association; Student National Education Association, Social Chairman, President; BUCCANEER.

BRASWELL, FORREST SAMUEL, JR. Lumberton

Social Studies, B.S. Oglethorpe University.

BREAZEALE, NORMA GWYNNE Wilmington

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Scholarship Chairman.

BREWER, JACK L. Kinston

Social Studies, B.S.

... Dear Old East Carolina Your

BRILEY, WALTER CHURCHILL Robersonville

Social Studies, B.S.

BRINKLEY, GAYLE DAWN Carthage

Primary Education, B.S Student Government Association, I. D. Card Committee; Associa- tion for Childhood Education; Student National Education Asso- ciation; Homecoming Sponsor.

BRITT, CARROL MERTON Merry Hill

Business Administration, A.B. Society for Advancement of Management.

BRITT, WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR. Fairmont

Business Education, B.S.

BROOKS. JULIA REBECCA Oxford

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Club: Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education Association; Phi Beta Chi; Slay Dormitory Vice-President, House Council.

BROWN, ALMETA Middlesex

Grammar Education, B.S.Louisburg, College, Phi Theta Kappa; Sigma Pi Alpha; Association for Childhood Education.

BROWN, CAROLYN B. Lillington

Grammar Education, B.S.

BROWN, EMILY KAREN Roduco

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, Secretary, Chairman of National Chapter Awards Committee; Future Business Leaders of America, State Treas- urer, Miss Future Business Executive, Reporter and Correspond- ing Secretary; Vice-President of Wilson Hall; Homecoming Sponsor: WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BROWN, HAROLD ELLIS Gibsonville

Mathematics and Psychology, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Baseball

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BROWN, KATHRYN RAYE Mount Olive

Primary Education, B.S. Young Women's Christian Association; Association for Child- hood Education; Honor Roll; Alpha Phi, Secretary.

BROWN, WILLIAM ASHLEY, JR. Williamston

Industrial Arts and Science, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Delta Tau; Alpha Phi Omega

BRYAN, BETTY LOU Lumberton

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education, Reporter

BRYAN, THELMA JANE Bladenboro

Business Education, B.S. Campbell College, Future Business Leaders of America, Treas- urer.

BUCHANAN, JOHN WESLEY Broadway

Business Administration, A.B. Campbell College; Society for the Advancement of Management; Intramural Sports.

BULLARD, LINDA FAYE Bladenboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Varsity Band; Woman's Chorus; Student National Education Association; Sophomore Student Counselor.

BULLOCK, CAROL VAUGHN Chadbourn

Primary Education, B.S. Woman's College; Campbell Collese; Woman's Chorus Associa- tion for Childhood Education; Student National Education Asso- ciation; Home Economics Club.

BUNCH, EDWOOD FAY Edenton

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega.

BURNS, JAMES CROCKER, JR. Sumter, S.C.

Music, B.S. Drum Major; East Carolina Marching Pirates; Phi Mu Alpli Director, "Jimmy Burns Orchestra."

Joys We'll All Share

BURT, JANE PERKINS Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Sullins College; Crescent Girl for Lambda Chi Alpha.

BUSTLE, CHARLES ROBERT Charlotte

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B.

BUTLER, ELIZABETH ANN Siler City

Grammar Education, B.S. Chi Omega; BUCCANEER; Student National Education Asso- ciation; Young Democrats Club; Honor Roll; Homecoming Sponsor.

BUTLER, VIRGINIA CAROL Lillington

English and Social Studies, B.S. English Club; Westminster Fellowship; Young Democrats Club; Alpha Phi, Panhellenic Delegate, Vice-President; Jarvis House

BYRD, LARRY DONALD Salisbury

Psychology and Science, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi; Psychology Qub.

CALHOUN, ALICE ELIZABETH Fayetteville

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Phi, Secretary; Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education; Westminster Fellowship; Young Women's Christian Association; Honor Roll.

CALLIHAN, JEWEL ELLEN Elizabethtown

Primary Education, B.S. Chi Omega, Treasurer; Student Government Association, Sena- tor; Association for Childhood Education; Young Women's Christian Association.

CANNON, L. JULAINE Ayden

Grammar Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweet- heart; Miss Greenville Pageant; BUCCANEER QUEEN; Home- coming Sponsor; Association for Childhood Education; College Union Board; Delta Zeta, Historian; Fleming Hall Social Chair- man; Young Women's Christian Association.

CARR, NANCY LOU Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice-President; Sophomore Class Secretary and Treasurer.

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CARROLL, EDWARD LEE, JR. Garner

Business Education, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi; Future Business Leaders of America; National Education Association.

CARROLL, KAY EFLAND Gamer

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta; Student National Education Association; Young Women's Christian Association.

CARROW, DONALD HUBERT, JR. Bath

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Honor Roll

CARSON, BETTY SUE Sanford

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi; Westminster Fellowship; National Education Association; Woman's Chorus; Flora MacDonald College.

CARTER, JAMES HAROLD Fayetteville

Business Administration, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer.

CASTELLOW, WILBUR ALLEN Wine

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi, Reporter; Psychology Club, Treasurer; Varsity Baseball; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

CATES, TAD Faison

Industrial Arts, A.B. Theta Chi; Industrial Arts Club.

CATLETT, NORMA JEAN Dunn

Music Education, B.S. East Carolina College Marching Pirates; Concert Band; Orches- tra; Alpha Phi; Music Educator's Conference.

CAWTHORNE, LORETTA ANNE Zebulon

Primary Education, B.S. Home Economics Club; Woman's Chorus; Student National Edu- cation Association.

... And Your Friends We'll Ever

CHANDLER, JAYNE CAMERON Suffolk, Va.

English and Social Studies, B.S. Student Government Association, Senate, Homecoming Chair- man, Budget Committee, Curriculum Committee, State Student Legislature, Awards Day Chairman; Chi Omega, Pledge Train- er; Marshal; Young Democrats Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

CHAPPELL, TED P. Greenville

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Varsity Baseball; Physical Education Club.

CHAPPELL, WYNDA LYNE Belvidere

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S. Psychology Qub; Association for Childhood Education; Fresh- man Counselor; Student National Education Association.

CHERRIN, ALAN Wilmington, Del.

Business Administration, A.B. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hebrew Fellowship; Interfraternity Council.

CHUCHOLA, RONALD THEODORE Pennsville, N.J.

Business Education, B.S.

CLARK, LINDA JOYCE Saint Pauls

Grammar Education, B.S. King Youth Fellowship; Mathematics Club; Student National Education Association.

CLEAVER, WILLIAM BENNETT, III Kennedyville, Md.

Business Administration, A.B.

COBURN, MARILYN JOYCE Roanoke Rapids

Primary Education, B.S. Tau Sigma, Pledge Chairman.

COCHRAN, WILLUM STEPHEN Washington

Physical Education and English, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha ; Freshman Football.

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COCKRELL, ELSIE SANDRA Rocky Mount

Mathematics and Science, B.S.

COFFEY, MARY HELEN Troy

Primary Education, B.S. Greensboro College; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Panhellenic Council; BUCCANEER; Young Women's Christian Association; Student National Education Association.

COGGINS, NANCY JEAN Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Student Government Association, Secretary, Budget Committee, Senator, Chairman of External Affairs Committee, Treasurer in Summer School, Homecoming Committee; Marshal; Chi Omega; Deans Advisory Council ; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

COLLIER, EUGENE THOMAS Tabor City

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

COLUCCI, WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR. Plainfield, N. J.

Physical Education and Science, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman, Interfratemity Council; Newman Club; Physical Education Club; North Carolina Asso- ciation of Health Physical Education and Recreation; Young Democrats Club; Intramural Sports.

COLWELL, EVELYN DIXON Clinton

Grammar Education, B.S. Gotten HaU Secretary; BUCCANEER; EAST CAROLINIAN; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

COMER, LINDA ANN Concord

Music, B.M. Shenandoch College and Conservatory of Music; Chapel Choir; Choral Union ; Sigma Alpha Iota.

CONGLET0N, GENEVA JEANETTE Washington

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Chowan College; Delta Zeta; Women's Recreation Association.

CONKLIN, CHARLES B. Mebane

Business Administration, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman, Interfratemity Council; Dorm Officer.

Be. We Pledge Our Loyalty . . .

COOKE, LIBBY GWYNETTE Mount Airy

English and Library Science, B.S. College Union Board; Delta Zeta; Marshal; Women's Recrea- tion Association.

COOLEY, BOBBY EUGENE Scotland Neck

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Club.

COOLEY, PENELOPE PARTIN Scotland Neck

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education.

COOPER, WILLIAM EARL Elizabeth City

Science, A.B. Science Club.

COTTEN, SARAH JANE Holly Ridge

Primary Education, B.S. Westminster Fellowship, Secretary; Women's Chorus; Chapel Choir; Young Women's Christian Association; Student National Education Club; Association for Childhood Education.

COTTLE, ANGELETA THOMAS Pink Hill

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Meredith College; Danforth Foundation Committee

COX, JUDITH ANNETTE Georgetown, S. C.

Music, B.S. East Carolina Marching Pirates; Concert Band; Choral Union; Dean's List; Honor Roll.

COX, LINDA MARIE Frostproof, Fla.

Foreign Languages and Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Vice-President; Sigma Pi Alpha; Tau Sigma; Honor Roll; Dean's List; Historical Society; Student National Education Association.

CRAFT, ANN HARRELL Saratoga

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Physical Education Club; House Committees.

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CRATCH, JANET CAROLE Aurora

English and Foreign Languages, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education Association; Student Counselor; Sigma Pi Alpha.

CRAWFORD, NORWOOD FOYE Jacksonville

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi; Society for the Advancement of Management.

CRAWLEY, BETTY LILES Littleton

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Honor Roll.

CRAWLEY, WILLIAM CHARLES Raleigh

Business Administration, A.B. Campbell College; Society for the Advancement of Management.

CREECH, BENNY GRAY Snow Hill

Social Studies and Sociology, A.B.

CREECH, LINDA LEE Wilmington

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education.

CREWS, EDNA CHARLOTTE Winston-Salem

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Student Government Association, Budget Committee; Young Women's Christian Association; Student Na- tional Education Association; Association for Childhood Educa- tion.

CROUCH, RICHARD EARL Greenville

Business Administration, A.B. Theta Chi, Treasurer.

CRUMPLER, VERNON RAY Clinton

Social Studies and Science, B.S. Theta Chi.

And Our Heart's Devotion.

CULVERHOUSE, PEGGY JOYCE Acme

Science, B.S. Science Qub, Secretary; Chi Beta Phi; Student National Educa- tion Association; North Carolina Collegiate Academy of Science, Historian.

CURRIE, LILLIAN ANN Rocky Mount

Grammar Education, B.S. Westminster Fellowship; Chapel Choir; College Choir; Young Women's Christian Association, President; Student National Education Association, Treasurer; Student Government Associa- tion Musical "Annie Get Your Gim."

CURRIN, JOYCE ANNE Graham

English and Social Studies, B.S. Cheerleader; Homecoming Sponsor; Alpha Phi Omega Sweet- heart; Delta Zeta, Corresponding Secretary; College Union Board; Women's Recreation Association.

CUTLER, JOHN THOMAS Kinston

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian.

DANDLIKER, RONDA KAY Greensboro

Music Education, B.S. East Carolina Marching Pirates; Varsity Band; Chapel Choir; Westminster Fellowship; Alpha Xi Delta.

DANSEY, WILLIAM E., JR. Richmond, Va.

Business Education and Social Studies, B.S. Chowan College.

DARDEN, OLA MARCELLE Clinton

Grammar Education, B.S. Delta Zeta, Panhellenic Council Treasurer; Women's Chorus; Association for Childhood Education; Umstead Hall, Student Counselor.

DARDEN, ROBERT L. Candor

Business Education, B.S.

DAUGHERTY, CAJIOLYN HOPE Dover

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Young Women's Christian Association.

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DAUGHTRIDGE, MARY CRAIG Scotland Neck

Music Education, B.S. Sigma Alpha Iota, Chaplain; Music Educators National Con- ference; College Orchestra; Chapel Choir; Honor Recital.

DAVENPORT, ELIZABETH WHITE Kinston

Science, B.S. Louisburg College, Alpha Beta Gamma, Delta Psi Omega, Phi Theta Kappa, Graduate cum laude; Honor of Grail Scholastic Scholarship from University of North Carolina.

DAVIS, CAROLYN JAMES Bladenboro

Primary Education, B.S. Baptist Student Union, Executive Secretary; Training Union, President; Association for Childhood Education.

DAVIS, CARROLL ASHTON Elizabeth City

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Chowan College, Football, Co-Captain; Physical Education Club.

DAVIS, PEGGY JEAN Bladenboro

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education.

DAVIDSON, GEORGE RUSSELL Milton, Del.

Business Education, B.S.

DAWKINS, SYLVIA KAY Rockingham

English and Library Science, B.S. Kappa Delta, Historian; BUCCANEER, Sigma Tau Delta, Pledge Trainer; Library Club; Young Democrats Club.

DAY, ANN ELIZABETH Durham

Grammar Education, B.S. Wesleyan College; Student National Education Association; Young Democrats Club.

DEAN, WILLIAM LUTHER Tarboro

Business Administration, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management.

To Thee Our ALma Mater ...

DEATON, RONALD R. Troy

Social Studies and English, B.S.

DENNIS, NANCY MARIE Raleigh

Musis Education. B.S. College Choir, Secretary; Assistant Director of Chapel Choir.

DENTON, ELIZABETH KNOX Tarboro

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Alpha Xi Delta, Treasurer and Corresponding Secretary; Vice-President of Garrett Hall; East Carolina Marching Pirates; Varsity Band; WWWS Radio.

DEW, FRANK GORDON Plymouth

Music Education, B.S. Marching Pirates; Concert Band; Phi Mu Alpha.

DEWAR, JAMES B., JR. Fuquay Springs

Science, A.B. Science Club

DEXTER, CHARLOTTE WRAY Wilmington

Psychology and Geography, A.B. East Carolina Playhouse; Woman's Chorus; BUCCANEER,

DICKENS, EDNA LOUISE Fayetteville

Grammar Education, B.S. BUCCANEER; Student Government Association, Elections Com- mittee; Newman Club; Association for Childhood Education

DICKERSON, CHANDLER L. Oxford

Business Administration, A.B. Louisburg College, Student Government Association; Younj Men's Christian Association, Treasurer; Alpha Phi Omega; In tramural Sports.

DOWDY, GARY JOSEPH M. Manteo

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice-President.

DRAPER, JERRY YATES Suffolk, Va.

Business Education and Social Studies, B.S. Baseball.

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DRAUGHON, JACQUELINE DAVIS Fayetteville

English and Social Studies, B.S.

DUDLEY, PHYLLIS JANE Ayden

Chemistry, A.B. Chi Beta Phi; Science Club; Dean's List; Honor Roll.

DUNHAM, JANIS GREY Elizabethtown

Art, B.S.

DUNKLE, ALVIN SMITH St. Petersburg, Fla.

Art, B.S. Delta Phi Delta; Veterans Club; REBEL; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

EAKES, EVELYN LOUISE Oxford

Primary Education, B.S. Campbell College; Chapel Choir.

EDWARDS, CHLEO GLENNIS Windsor

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, Historian; Future Business Leaders of America; President of Wilson Hall; Student Government Association, Women's Judiciary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

EDWARDS, JACKIE PAGE Princeton

Grammar Education, B.S. Young Democrats Club; Association for Childhood Education; Woman's Recreation Association; Aquanymphs; Intramural Sports.

EDWARDS, LENDY C. Greenville

Science and Math, B.S.

EDWARDS, ROBERT L. Greenville

Business Administration, A.B.

. . . Love And Praise. COLLEGE

EDWARDS, ROLAND WALLACE Chocowinity

Business Administration, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society.

ELEY, WILUAM WYCHE Ocracoke

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Historical Society; BUCCANEER; Student National Education Association.

ELKINS, SARA FRANCES Elizabethtown

Primary Education, B.S. Young Democrats Qub; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association; BUCCANEER; EAST CAROLINIAN.

ELLEN, DOROTHY HUMPHREYS Greenville

English and Social Studies, A.B.

ELLIOTT, PATRICIA ANN Hertford

Mathematics and Foreign Languages, B.S. Chi Omega, Secretary; EAST CAROLINIAN, Associate Editor, Editor; Student Government Association, Entertainment Com- mittee; Sigma Pi Alpha; Publications Board; Dean's Advisory Council; Mathematics Club; KEY; Associated Collegiate Press Conference, and National Student Congress Representative; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES.

ELMORE, THOMAS VERNON Goldsboro

Science, B.S. Campbell College; Television Guild; Alpha Beta Ganmia.

EVANS, PATRICIA GAIL Selma

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

EVANS, PATRICU GRETCHEN Jacksonville

Social Studies and English, B.S. Campbell College; Wake Forest College; English Club; Literary Discussion Group.

EVANS, SUE CAROL Wilson

English and Mathematics, B.S. Kappa Delta Pi, President; Student National Education Asso- ciation; English Club; Wesley Foundation, Council; Home- coming Sponsor; Secretary of West Garrett Hall.

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EVANS, THOMAS BARNES Greenville

Social Studies and English, B.S.

EVANS, THOMAS LUCAS New Bern

Art, B.S. Art Club, Treasurer; National Art Education Association; South- eastern Art Education Association; Young Democrats Club; Student National Education Association; Young Men's Christian Association; BUCCANEER.

FAGGART, PATRICIA SUE China Grove

Grammar Education, B.S.

FARMER, FRANCES ELIZABETH Washington

English and Social Studies, B.S. Sigma Tau Delta, Publicity Chairman; News Bureau Staff.

FARRELL, EDWARD JOSEPH Durham

Social Studies and Geography, B.S.

FARRELL, LEWIS JAMES Greenville

Social Studies and Geography, B.S.

FAUCETTE, JEFFERSON HUX Morehead City

Psychology and Speech Therapy, A.B. Sigma Nu; Psychology Club; Swimming Team; Varsity Club; Intramural Sports, Council, Vice-President.

FAUCETTE, KAY RODRIGUEZ Moya de Contreras, Mexico

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi, President; Sigma Pi Alpha; Intramural Sports; Homecoming Sponsor; Student Counselor for Gotten Hall; Vice- President of Junior Class; Association for Childhood Education.

FERRELL, JAMES THERON Fayettville

Business Administration, A.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Treasurer, Guard; Air Force Reserve Offi- cers Training Corps.

SONG: Lift Your Voices In Praise . . .

FERRELL, VELAU GLENN Weldon

Primary Education, B.S. Methodist Student Center; Woman's Chorus, Secretary; Louis- burg College.

FLAKE, DOROTHY JEAN Greenville

English and Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, President; Student Government Association, Woman's Judiciary; English Club, Secretary; Tau Sigma; Wilson Hall, Secretary, President; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

FLOWERS, LULA MAE Rockingham

Grammar Education, B.S. King Youth Fellowship.

FOCHLEV, RONALD HENRY New Bern

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charter Member; President of Jones Dorm; Student Government Association, Men's Judiciary; Inter Fra- ternity Council.

FORBES, KENNETH WAYNE Macclesfield

English and Science, B.S. Sigma Tau Delta; Northeastern, District Division of Future Teachers, Vice-President, President; Student National Education Association, National Convention Delegate to Penn State Uni- versity.

FORNES, JIMMY RAY Greenville

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

FORTNER, RUTH ELAINE Concord

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; EAST CAROLINIAN.

FOSTER, JIMMY WHELESS Louisburg

Social Studies and Science, B.S. Louisburg College.

FOWLE, VIRGINIA CALDWELL Washington

Grammar Education, B.S. Louisburg College; Woman's College of the University of North Carolina; Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education Association; Alpha Delta Pi. .\a-j

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FRANKLIN, LEWIS GLENN Rockingham

Social Studies and English, B.S.

FRAZIER, BETTY ROSE Henderson

Home Economics, B.S. Student Government Association, Senator, Women's Judiciary; Home Economics Club, Vice-President; President; Dean's Ad- visory Council; Alpha Delta Pi, Scholastic Chairman; Panhel- lenic Council, Chaplain, Co-Chairman Greek Week-End; Mar- shal; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

FREEMAN, JOAN Windsor

Primary Education. B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

FREEMAN, MARION WORTHY Washington

Grammar Education, B.S. Duke University.

FREEMAN, PATRICIA LEE Swansboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

FRICK, GAIL BROWN Mooresville

Grammar Education, B.S. Appalachian State Teachers College; Association for Childhood Education ; Student National Education Association.

FRICK, WAYNE THOMAS Kannapolis

Art, B.S. Sigma Nu; Art Club

FULGHUM, LOIS MARIE Wilson

Business Education, B.S. Free Will Baptist; Wilson Dorm House Committee; Student National Education Association; Future Business Leaders of America.

FULLWOOD, CHARLES ROBERT Jacksonville

Social Studies and English, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha.

Of Our Beloved Alma Mater;

GABANY, RICHARD GEORGE Wilmington, Del.

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America.

GALLOWAY, CLARICE MARION George

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S, Physical Education Club: Women's Recreation Association, Awards Chairman; Chowan College.

GAY, NATHAN HENRY Gaston Gaston

Physical Educatiun and Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega; Pliysical Education Club; Intramural Sports.

GAY, SYLVIA HOPE Farmville

Grammar Education. B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association; Women's Recreation

GAYLORD, DAVID SPENCER Greensboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha. Pledge Master. Inter Fraternity Council, Secretary; Baseball Team; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

GEDDES, CARROLL LEE Favetteville

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. Sigma Nu; Young Democrats Qub.

GERRISH, RICHARD DINNER Wilmington

Psychology and English, A.B. Canterbury.

GILDEN, ROBERT C. Elizabeth City

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Varsity Baseball; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society, Distinguished Cadet; College Union Board.

GILL, HORACE THOMAS Bullock

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S. Sigma Nu, Reporter; Mathematics Club; Physical Education Club; Intramural Sports.

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GILLIKIN, RAYMOND PAUL Beaufort

Business Education, B.S. Circle K Club; Kappa Alpha, Historian, Parliamentarian; Pres- ident of Freshman Class; President of Sophomore Class; Stu- dent Government Association, Parliamentarian, Senator, College Ring Committee, Executive Council, Representative at State Student Legislature, Parliamentarian of House of Representa- tives; Canterbury.

GINN, HEPPIE CAROLYN Snow Hill

Grammar Education, B.S.

GLENN, RICHARD CHANNING Elizabethtown

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha, Inter Fraternity Council, Pledge Trainer, Intramural Sports.

GLOVER, JAMES RICHARD Butner

Industrial Arts and Science, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

GODWIN, BOBBY D. Dunn

Social Studies and English, B.S. Kappa Alpha, Student Govemment Association; Vice-Presi- dent of Jones Hall.

GODWIN, JOHN LARRY Lumberton

Science, B.S.

GOODHEART, JOHN TYLER Baltimore, Md.

Art, B.S. Phi Sigma Pi; Delta Phi Delta; Art Club; REBEL.

GORDON, JOHN H. Philadelphia, Pa.

Business Education and Social Studies, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advance- ment of Management, Secretary; Veterans Club.

GORE, J. D. Nakina

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Club; Floor Representative Jones Hall.

Loud The Anthem Raise

GRADY, NANCY LILLIAN Kenansville

Primary Education, B.S. Tau Sigma; Chapel Choir; Association for Childhood Education

GRADY, SANDERS WILSON Goldsboro

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Qub, Secretary; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society, Commander, Distinguished Cadet, Reserve Officer's Association Award, Chicago Tribune Award, Convair Cadet Award, Academic Star.

GRAHAM, JAMES M., III Enfield

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B.

GRAZIANO, DONALD RAY Wilmington

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. Student Government Association, Summer School Member At Large, Executive Board, Men's Judiciary, President, College Discipline Committee; Vice-President Sophomore Class; Young Men's Christian Association; Sigma Rho Phi; Dean's Advisory Council; Terry Sanford Scholarship; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

GREEN, C. CLINTON . Harmony

Industrial Arts, B.S. Phi Sigma Pi; Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Club; West- minster Fellowship.

GREEN, HAROLD DEAN Summit

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Club; Baseball Team; Alpha Phi Omega; Honor Roll; Intramural Sports; American Association for Health Physical Education and Recreation.

GREEN, NATHAN J. Monroe

Physical Education and Social Studies, B. Baseball Team, All-Conference.

GRIFFIN, BARBARA ANN Middlesex

Mathematics and Library Science, B.S.

GRIFFIN, JOHN WAYNE Fayetteville

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B.

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GRIFFIN, VERNIE MAE Lillington

Primary Education, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Association for Childhood Education; Women's Chorus; Student National Education Association.

GRIFFITH, JOHN ROBERT South Hill, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Campbell College; Physical Education Club; Young Democrats Club; Student National Education Association.

GRIMSLEY, BETSY ANN Asheboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Aquanymphs; Honor Roll.

GROCE, KATHRYN R. Sanford

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association; Intramural Sports; Appalachian State Teachers CoOege; Angel Flight.

GRUSZCZYNSKI, ANTHONY JOSEPH Wilmington, Del.

Business Education and Social Studies, B.S. Newman Club.

GURGANUS, JULIA ESTELLE Smithfield

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Ragsdale Hall, House Committee, Student Counselor; College Choir; Women's Recrea- tion Association; BUCCANEER; Intramural Sports.

GURLEY, SANDRA LaRUE Prince

Primary Education, B.S. Clii Omega; Fleming Hall, Treasurer; King Youth Fellowship; Student National Education Association.

GUTHRIE, HERBERT BUTTON Plymouth

Science, B.S. Science Club.

GUTHRIE, SHEILAH HELEN Greenville

Primary Education, B.S.

To East Carolina

HAAR, CYNTHIA CRANFORD Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi; Association for Childhood Education; Cheer- leader; Sophomore Dormitory Counselor.

HAAR, RICHARD VENABLE Greenville

Business Administration, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha.

HALES, CARL WHITAKER Jacksonville

Social Studies and Sociology, B.S.

HALL, ADA RAY Goldsboro

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education, Publicity Chairman; Baptist Student Union; BUCCANEER.

HALL, MILDRED OPAL Four Oaks

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association, Treasurer; Student Counselor.

HAMILTON, PENNY MAE Hickory

English and Social Studies, Sigma Sigma Sigma.

HAMMOND, CAROLYN JOYCE Fayetteville

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association; Jarvis Hall House Co

HAMMOND, GALE THOMAS Wilmington

Art, B.S. Delta Phi Delta; BUCCANEER Art, Editor; EAST CARO- LINIAN. /

HAMMOND, WILLLIAM TIMOTHY Lancaster, S. C

Science and Social Studies, B.S. Wingate Junior College; Science Club; King Youth Fellowship.

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HANSEN, SARAH ELIZABETH New Bern

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Montreal-Anderson College

HARDEE, EDITH FAYE Ayden

Social Studies, B.S. Historical Society, Secretary, Treasurer; Young Women's Chris- tian Association; Free Will Baptist Fellowship; Young Demo- crats' Club; Woman's Chorus.

HARDEE, NATHAN THOMAS Portsmouth, Va.

Science, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega; Science Club; Frederick Junior College.

HARDISON, MILTON RHODES Wilmington

Business Administration, A.B. Future Business Leaders of America.

HARDISTER, NELSON RANDY Badin

Physical Education, B.S.

HARDY, BETTY ANNE Winterville

Grammar Education, B.S. Young Democrats' Club.

HARDY, HELEN JEAN Hopewell, Va.

Primary Education, B.S. Madison College; Kappa Delta, President, Assistant Treasurer; Dean's Advisory Council; Dorm Council; Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

HARE, JIMMY MARTIN Tyner

Business Administration, A.B. Future Business Leaders of America.

HARRIS, ANN WRIGHT Elizabeth

Grammar Education, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Young Democrats' Club; Student Na- tional Education Association.

College. Honor and Adore . . .

HARRIS, FRANCES JANE Plymouth

Psychology, A.B. Psychology Club; Woman's Chorus; Wesley Foundation.

HARRIS, JAMES WILLIAM Greenville

Science, B.S.

HARRIS, REID VICK, II Seaboard

Business Education, B.S.

HARRIS, RONALD LEE Kannapolis

Science, B.S.

HARRISON, ROBERTA ESTELLE Williamston

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Chi Omega; BUCCANEER; Homecom- ing Sponsor,

HART, JOHN SMITH Ayden

Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, Social Chairman.

HART, ROBERT D. Portsmouth, Va.

Business Education, B.S. Kappa Alpha, President; Dorm Officer; Mart's Judiciary; Base- ball; Inter-Fraternity Council, Executive Council.

HARTSELL, LINWOOD EARL Kinston

Social Studies, B.S.

HaARVELL, LINDA KNOWLES Wallace

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Dorm Officer; Women's Recreation Association, Secretary.

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HASKINS, ROBERT WESTLEY Goldsboro

Social Studies, B.S. Varsity Track.

HATCH, BARBARA HOOD Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S.

HEATH, JONICE KAY New Bern

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

HENDERSON, CAMILLA ANNE Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary; Association for Childhood Education; Women's Recreation Association; Chief Marshal; Class Officer; Cheerleader; BUC- CANEER; Home Economics Club; Homecoming Sponsor; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

HENDERSON, JUDITH CAROLE Winston-Salem

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Recording Secretary; Association for Child- hood Education; Young Women's Christian Association.

HENDRIX, WILLIAM HERLIE Fayetteville

Psychology, A.B. Psychology Club; College Band; College Orchestra.

HERNDON, PHYLLIS DAVIS Macclesfield

Primary Education, B.S.

HERRING, IRIS DOAN Selma

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta; Student National Education Association; Wom- an's Chorus.

HICKMAN, RONALD LESLIE Lumberton

Geography, A.B. Theta Chi, Scholarship Chairman, Treasurer; Men's Judiciary.

.. .Tke School of Which We Sing

HILGERT, NICHOLAS JOSEPH Elizabeth (

Physical Education, B.S. Varsity Football; Lambda Chi Alpha; Physical Education Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES.

HILL, BERTIE ANN Snow Hill

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Mount Olive Junior Col- lege.

HILL, ROBERT EDWARD Kinston

Industrial Arts, B.S. Arts Club, Treasurer; Alpha Delta Tau.

HOBBS, ANNA LYNETTE Fayetteville

Primary Education, B.S. Kappa Delta, Vice-President; Panhellenic Council; BUCCA- NEER; Association for Childhood. Education; Student National Education Association; Chapel Choir; Women's Chorus; Home- coming Sponsor.

HOBBS, JOE B. Gaston

Business Administrion, A.B.

HOBGOOD, DRUID DIXON, JR. Winterville

Science, B.S. Sigma Nu.

HOCKADAY, BETTY ROSE Four Oaks

Primary Education, B.s. Baptist Student Union; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association; Woman's Chorus.

HOLLIDAY, CHARLES LEONARD Jamesville

Business Administration, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega; Society for the Advancement of Management.

HOLLINGSWORTH, H. DALLAS Clinton

Physical Education, B.S. Varsity Football.

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HONEYCUTT, EMMA JANE Lucama

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; High Point College.

HOWARD, THOMAS MICHAEL Newport

Industrial Arts, B.S.

HOWELL, SHELBY JEAN Tyner

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association; Library Club, Historian.

HOYLE, SYLVIA ANN Henderson

Primary Education, B.S. Delta Zeta; Baptist Student Union, Executive Council.

HUDNELL, JOSEPH ROBERT Oriental

Business Education, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi.

HUDNELL, MARY ALICE Oriental

English, B.S.

HUDSON, L. GAY Grimesland

Social Studies, B.S. Delta Zeta, Vice-President, President; Homecoming Sponsor.

HUDSON, WILLIAM LEONARD Rocky Mount

Business Education, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi; Future Business Leaders of America, Vice- President; Society for the Advancement of Management.

HUFFSTETLER, LARRY WAYNE Mount Holly

Music, B.S. Phi Mu Alpha; Marching Band; Concert Band

So Proudly, Her Praises Ring . . .

HUGGINS, LLOYD FRANKLIN Trenton

Science, A.B. Science Club.

HUNDLEY, JACKIE RAY Draper

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Young Democrats' Club.

HUNSUCKER, SANDRA ELIZABETH Winterville

English, B.S. Young Women's Christian Association; Young Democrats' Club; Varsity Band; English Club.

HUNT, CAROLYN FRANCES Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education; Disciple Student Fellowship; Dorm Officer.

HUNT, RONALD ANTHONY Okeechobee, Fla.

Business Administration, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management; Wesley Founda-

HUNTER, PATSY FAYE Winston-Salem

Primary Education. B.S. BUCCANEER; Young Women's Christian Association; Student National Education Association; Association.

HUTCHINS, REBECCA JOAN Roper

English, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha; Woman's Chorus; Women's House Committee.

INMAN, MARY IRENE Lumberton

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; King Youth Fellow- ship; Woman's Chorus. ' '

IRONS, BEN GIBSON Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S.

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IVEY, GEORGIA LOUISE Thomasville

Primary Education, B.S.

JACKSON, BILLY RAY Red Springs

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Theta Chi; Senior Class Vice-President; Campbell College.

JACKSON, EUGENE DAVID Pike

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, Treasurer; Society for Advancement of Manage- ment.

JACKSON, ROBERT LEWIS Wake Forest

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

JACKSON, WILLIAM CARLTAD Yanceyville

English and Social Studies, B.S. Theta Chi, Secretary; Tau Sigma, President; Dean's Advisory Council.

JENKINS, DORNING PRIDEAUY Greenville

Delta Zeta, Associate Social Chairman; East Carolina Playhouse, Corresponding Secretary, Best Supporting Actress; Yotmg Demo- crats Qub; House Committee.

JENKINS, PAUL DEWEY Havelock

Business Education, B.S. Society for Advancement of Management, Secretary.

JENNETTE, SANDRA RAE Swan Quarter

Baptist Student Union, Executive Council; Christian Youth Fel- lowship; Home Economics Cluh.

JERNIGAN, JOSEPH HUBERT, JR. Lewiston

Social Studies and English, B.S.

. We'll Uphold Her Ever.

JESSUP, PEGGY JOYCE Elizabethtown

Business Administration, A.B.

JOHL, PETER RANDOLPH Groton, Conn.

Music, B.S. University of Chicago; U. S. Military Academy; Juilliard School of Music; American Theatre Wing; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; College Singers; College Choir; Chapel Choir; Orchestra; East Carolina Playhouse, "South Pacific"; Opera Theatre, "The Old Maid and the Thief"; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

JOHNSON, CHARLES ESTON Roxobel

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S. Physical Education Club; Varsity Baseball, 1961 National Cham- pions Baseball Team ; Intramural Sports.

JOHNSON, DOROTHY GWENDOLYN Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association, Reporter; EAST CAROLINIAN, Business Manager in Simimer School; Varsity Band; Musical "Kiss Me Kate"; Association for Childhood Education.

JOHNSON, FAYE ELIZABETH Four Oaks

Primary Education, B.S.

JOHNSON, JOHN WILEY Dunn

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B.

JOHNSON, JOHNNY EDWARDS Roanoke Rapids

Music, B.S. Phi Mu Alpha; East Carolina Marching Pirates; Concert Band; Collegians.

JOHNSON, LINDA GAYLE Thomasville

Primary Education and Library Science, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Library Qub; Student National Education Association ; Student Counselor.

JOHNSON, MARTHA ANNE Benson

Primary' Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Association for Childhood Education.

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JOHNSON, NORMA LEE Coats

Grammar Education, B.S. Tau Sigma, Recording Secretary; Student National Education Association, Vice-President, Treasurer; Westminster Fellowship; Young Democrats Club; Young Women's Christian Association.

JOHNSON, SPOTTSWOOD Smithfield

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon.

JOHNSON, WALTER J. Martinsburg, W. Va.

English and Speech, B.S. Young Men's Christian Association, Vice-President, President; Wesley Foundation, Vice-President; WWWS Radio; Television Guild, President; English Club; Sigma Tau Delta; East Carolina Marching Pirates; Varsity Band.

JOHNSON, WILLIAM LEE, JR. Roseboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

JOHNSON, JOHN LINWOOD Greenville

Mathematics and Physical Education, B.S.

JONES, DOROTHY KAY Raleigh

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Committee Chairman; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Junior Class Treasurer; EAST CAROLINIAN; Young Women's Christian Association.

JONES, EDITH JUANITA Littleton

Business Education and English, B.S. Pi Omega Pi ; Phi Beta Chi ; Future Business Leaders of Ameri- ca; Student Counselor; Young Women's Christian Association.

JONES, JESSIE MARIE Williamston

Grammar Education, B.S.

JONES, JOYCE CAROL Trenton

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association; Young Women's Christian Association; Baptist Student Union.

Hail To Our Dear College . . .

JONES, JUDY CORBETT Snow Hill

Primary Education, B.S.

JONES, KENNETH RAYNOR New Bern

Business Administration, A.B.

JONES, MICHAEL DANIELS Manteo

Psychology and Geography, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, President; Psychology Club, Treasurer.

JONES, PHILIP STUART Wilmington

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B.

JONES, ROBERT BEASLEY La Crosse, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Varsity Baseball.

JONES, WILLIAM EARL Swansboro

Industrial Arts, B.S.

JORGENSEN, LmN CHRISTIAN Greenville

Science, A.B.

JOYNER, LENA BRITT Four Oaks

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

KAMMER, BLANCHE KEELS Sanford

Primary Education, B.S. Aquanymphs; Woman's Hall, Vice-President; Alpha Xi Delta; Association for Childhood Education; Panhellenic Council; Stu- dent National Education Association.

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KEEL, HILDA SHERON Robersonville

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club, Secretary; Phi Omicron.

KEENE, ERNEST GARETH Tarboro

Social Studies, B.S.

KEFFER, LINDA LEE Kinston

Art, B.S. Canterbury; Art Club; Alpha Delta Pi; Delta Phi Delta; Wom- en's Recreation Association; Greensboro College.

KEITH, HESTER MAYNARD, JR. Fuquay Springs

Business Education, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi; Chancellor; Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica ; Young Democrats' Club.

KELLENBERGER, GEORGE ALLEN Charleston, W. Va.

Business Administration, A.B. Westminster Fellowship; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; College Union Board; Methodist Youth Center; Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advancement of Management; Oak Ridge Military Institute.

KELLY, JAMES DOMINIC Chester, Pa.

Business Administration, A.B. Newman Club.

KENNEDY, TROY WAYNE Winston-Salem

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, Recording Secretary; Industrial Arts Club; Campbell College.

KILPATRICK, MICHAEL WILSON Robersonville

Psychology, A.B. College Choir, Vice-President; Men's Glee Club, Secretary-Treas- urer; Psychology Club; Phi Mu Alpha.

KIRKLAND, JAMES BRYANT, JR. Raleigh

Business Education, B.S. WWWS Radio; EAST CAROLINIAN, Photographer; Publica- tions Board; Young Democrats' Club, Treasurer; BUCCANEER, Photographer; Kappa Alpha; Dorm Officer; Dean's Advisory Council.

Loyal Ever We Will Be; Keep

KITCHINGS, HENRY BROWN Zebulon

Physical Education, B.S.

KNARR, JOHN JACOB Fayetteville

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi, President. Corresponding Secretary; Dean's Ad- visory Council; Football; Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advancement of Management; Young Men's Christian Association; Westminster Fellowship; Young Republi- cans' Club; Intramural Sports; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charter Member, Vice-President, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms, Inter- Fraternity Council.

KNIGHT, LAURA ELMA Broadway

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Student National Educa- tion Association, Social Chairman; Baptist Student Union.

KOHLER, JAMES STAUNTON Conshohocken, Pa

English, B.S. East Carolina Playhouse; English Club.

KWIATKOWSKI, HENRY STANLEY, JR. Greenville

Physical Education, B.S. Football.

LACKEY, JOANNE HURT Greensboro

Art, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Social Chairman Club, Corresponding Secretary; Art Club, Secretary.

LAMM, SYLVIA LYNETTE Lucama

Home Economics, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron, Reporter, President ; Fleming Hall House Committee.

LANE, BETTY HOPE Cary

Mathematics and Science, B.S. and A.B. Young Women's Christian .Association; Mathematics Club; Young Democrats Club; Chi Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Mar- shal; Senator; Chi Omega, Pledge Trainer, President: Hand- book Committee; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

LANE, PAILEN RAY Hertford

Business Administration, A.B. Future Business Leaders of America; Young Democrats Club; Society for the Advancement of Management.

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LANE, PEGGY LOUISE Gates

Home Economics Chi Omega; Student Counselor; Home Economics Club, Pub- licity Chairman; Student Government Association Summer Ses- sion; Young Women's Christian Association; BUCCANEER.

LANE, RAY ANDERSON Greenville

Primary Education, B,S. Salem College; Alpha Delta Pi, President.

LANE, ROSS PERSON Fremont

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Louisburg College, Vice-President Student Government; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Golf.

LANE, WILLIAM PERRY

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Football.

,NGDON, BRENDA FAYE Raleigh

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S.

LANIER, REBECCA WELLS Wallace

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi; Association for Childhood Education; Women's Recreation Association.

LANTZ, JAMES HERBERT Cambridge, Md.

Business Administration, A.B.

LASATER, JEAN CAROLYN Sanford

Primary Education, B.S. Chi Omega, Panhellenic Council, Corresponding Secretary; Stu- dent Counselor; Secretary of Fleming Hall; Marshal; Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha; Azalea Festival Representative Delta Sigma Pi Homecoming Sponsor; Homecoming Queen Sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha; North State Basketball Tour^ nament Queen; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMER ICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

LASSITER, FRED IRVIN Edenton

Business Administration, A.B. Kappa Alpha, Treasurer.

Her Colors Flying Always

LASSITER, LINDA PARKER Four Oaks

Grammar Education, B.S.

LEE, BERTIE DALE Fairmont

Primary Education, B.S. Appalachian State Teachers College; Dean's List.

LEE, GLENDA FLOWERS Four Oaks

English and Social Studies, B.S. English Club; Woman's Chorus.

LEE, JANEY ROSE Raleigh

Grammar Education, B.S. Wingate College; Student National Education Association; Bap- tist Student Union, Greater Council; Alpha Mu Gamma; Library Club; May Day; Association for Childhood Education.

LEWIS, ALICE KAY Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Cheerleader; Aquanymphs; Wilson Dorm Secretary; BUCCA- NEER; EAST CAROLINIAN; Student National Education Association.

LEWIS, CHARLES FRANKLIN Greenville

Physical Education and English, B.S. Physical Education Club; Varsity Club; Varsity Basketball, Co- Captain.

LEWIS, VALERLV ANN Beaufort

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Phi Kappa; Dramatics Club; College Choir.

LITTLE, BRENDA ARLENE Ayden

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Library Club; Gamma Theta Upsilon, Treasurer, University of Nevada.

LITTLE, DAPHENE JANE Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Woman's Chorus; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Homecoming Sponsor.

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LOCKERMAN, PERRY JONES Clinton

Science, A.B. Varsity Football Team.

LOFTIN, JAMES OLIVER, III Mount Olive

Business Administration and Geography, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Intramural Sports.

LOFTIS, MARGARET SUSAN Mount Olive

Crammar Education and Psychology, B.S. Tau Sigma, Historian ; Westminster Fellowship.

LOGGINS, JAMES HENRY Winston-Salem

Business Education, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega

LOMAX, NANCYE ELIZABETH Kannapolis

Art and English, B.S. Art Club; Alpha Omicron Pi; Women's Recreation Association.

LONG, JAMES ANDERSON Roxboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Varsity Club; Manager Basketball Team.

LOVE, SARAH THOMAS Clarkton

Home Economics, B.S. Queens College; Home Economics Club, Social Committee; House Committee.

LYNCH, BETTY WICKER Sanford

Home Economics, B.S. Tau Sigma; Delta Zeta; Home Economics Club.

LYON, GRAHAM DALTON Winton

Business Administration, A.B.

. . Proud, Brave, and Free,

LYONS, JOYCE ANN Gastonia

Business Education and Social Studies, B.S. Lenoir Rhyne College.

McDANIEL, THERESA LOUISE Fayetteville

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Offi- cer; Freshman Coimselor; Marshal.

McDonald, MARY ELLEN Goldsboro

Business Education, B.S.

McKINNEY, JAMES ROBERT Manning, S.C.

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha.

McKINNEY, JANE RUFFIN

Primary Education, B.S. Delta Zeta.

McLAURIN, MELTON ALONZA Wade

Social Studies and English, B.S.

McLAWHORN, V. KAREN Vanceboro

Art Education, B.S. Art Club, Treasurer, President; Dean's Advisory Council; Aquanymphs; Delta Phi Delta; Delegate to National Art Educa- tion Association in Miami Beach, Florida.

McNEILL, ANDREW PATTERSON Broadway

Business Administration, A.B.

McPHATTER, MARY SUE Jacksonville

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S. Kappa Phi Epsilon; Sigma Sigma Sigma, House Manager; Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education.

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MAIORANO, FRANK ANTHONY, JR. Wilmington, Del.

Business Administration, A.B.

MALLARD, EDITH ANN Burgaw

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Democrats Club; Student National Edu- cation Association; Fresliman Counselor; Ragsdale Hall House Council; Woman's Chorus; Women's Recreation Association.

MALLARD, HOWARD BRYAN Smithfield

Art, B.S. Mars Hill College; Louisburg College; President of Dramatics Club; Glee Club; Young Men's Christian Association; East Carolina Playhouse, Historian; Art Club, Art Sale Chairman.

MALLISON, MAE FRANCES Winton

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Qub; Delta Phi Delta.

MANN, LINDA FAYE Burlington

Foreign Languages and English, A.B. and B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha, Social Chairman; Alpha Xi Delta, Recording Secretary; Concert Band, East Carolina Marching Pirates; Var- sity Band; BUCCANEER, Dean's List.

MARSHBOURNE, RACHEL M. Wendell

Art Education, B.S. Young Democrats Club; Art Club; Home Economics Club

MARSHBURN, EARL NELSON Richlands

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

MARTIN, BETSY ROSS Raeigh

Primary Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; WWWS Radio; Student National Education Association ; BUCCANEER.

MARTIN, BOWIE GRAY Greenville

Business Administration, A.B.

Dear Old East Carolina . . .

MARTIN, LAURA ANN Macclesfield

Primary Education and Art, B.S. Westminster Fellowship; Tau Sigma; Homecoming Sponsor; Association for Childhood Education; Young Women's Chris- tian Association, Vice-President; Chapel Choir; Ragsdale House Committee; BUCCANEER; Student Counselor.

MARTIN, LYNDA KAY Raleigh

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education; East Carolina Playhouse; Young Women's Christian Association.

MARTIN, MARSHALL GLENN Princeton

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Delta Tau, Secretary.

MASSEY, JAMES WADE Pleasant Hill

Mathematics and Science, A.B. Circle K Club, Treasurer, Mathematics Club; Chi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma Pi, Treasurer, WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

MASSEY, WILLIE BYRON, JR. Green

Business Administration, A.B.

MATHESOM, FORREST M. Green

Art Education, B.S. Mitchell College; Art Qub; Delta Phi Delta.

MATTHEWS, JOHN T. Hertford

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Football Team.

MATTHEWS, WILLIAM NATHAN Winfall

Industrial Arts, B.S. National Education Association; Disciple Student Fellowship; Industrial Arts Club; American Industrial Arts Association; Art Club.

MAXWELL, GRACE DARE Dunn

Grammar Education, B.S. Campbell College; College Choir; Woman's Chorus; College Union Board, Social Committee; Association for Childhood Edu- cation; Student National Education Association; Baptist Stu- dent Union; Young Democrats Qub.

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MERRITT, ALPHA Kinston

English, B.S. English Club; Student National Education Association; Woman's Chorus.

MERRITT, GRACE LEE Winnabow

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association; Dorm Officer.

MEWBORN, ROBERT A. Greenville

Business Education, B.S.

MIDDLETON, ANN HENDERSON Raleigh

Home Economics, B.S. Chi Omega, Secretary; Kappa Delta Kappa; Home Economic Club; Young Women's Christian Association; BUCCANEER.

MILLER, CECIL IRVIN Newport

Administration, A.B.

MILLER, MICHAEL HOMER New Bern

Social Studies, B.S. Young Men's Christian Association; Young Democrats' Club.

MILLER, MICHAEL STEPHEN Baltimore, Md.

Art. B.S. Phi Sigma Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; Delta Phi Delta; Art Club; REBEL.

MILLER, WILUAM PEARCE Shawbow

Business Education, B.S.

MILLS, DALE BROOKS Tabor City

Business Administration, A.B. Future Business Leaders of America; Presbyterian Junior Col- lege.

LoyalStudents Sing Your Praise,

MILLS, MONTROSE Shelby

Psychology, A.B. EAST CAROLINIAN, Managing Editor, Summer School Editor; Psychology Qub, Secretary; College Union Board; BUCCA- NEER.

MINTON, SHIRLEY JO Elizabeth City

Home Economics, B.S. Chi Omega; Home Economics Qub; Campbell College.

MITCHELL, JOHN DAVIS, JR. Woodville

Business Education, B.S.

MIZELL, BARBARA JONES Green

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education ; Wilmington Junior College.

MOORE, CECIL RAY Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

MOORE, EUGENE M.

Business Administration, A.B.

MOORE, GRACIE BARBER Kinston

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Women's Recreation Asso- ciation; BUCCANEER; Dorm Officer.

MOORE, JUDITH ANN Canton

Social Studies, A.B. King Youth Fellowship ; Women's Chorus.

MOORE, LOIS MARIE Washington

English, B.S. Chapel Choir, Secretary; College Choir; Disciple Student Fel- lowship, Secretary, Vice-President, President; Inter-Religious Council; "Messiah"; "Sister Angelica"; "South Pacific"

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MOORE, MARY HAZEL Burgaw

Primary Education, B.S. Kappa Delta; Student National Education Association; Associa- tion for Childhood Education; Women's Chorus; Women's Rec- reation Association ; Greensboro College.

MORGAN, EMMA SUE Washington

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education.

MORGAN, LOIS SELLERS Shallotte

Business Education, B.S.

MORGAN, VICKIE LEE Elizabeth City

Library Science, B.S. Young Women's Christian Association; Student Education Asso- ciation; Women's Chorus, President; KEY, Associate Editor, Editor; Baptist Student Union; Library Club, Vice-President, President.

MORRIS, RALPH WINSTON Barnwell, S. C.

Music, B.S. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Warden; Student Government Associa- tion Musicals; Concert Band; Marching Band; Brass Choir; Orchestra.

MOSSER, VICTORIA LEWIS Manning, S. C

Primary Education, B.S. Young Women's Christian Association; Westminster Fellow- ship; Lutheran Student Association; Association for Childhood Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Pi Alpha.

MOYE, LILLIAN BRUCE Greenville

Art, B.S. Head Cheerleader; Dean's Advisory Council; Art Club; Wom- en's Recreation Association; Alpha Delta Pi, Reporter, His- torian, Vice-President; Intramural Sports.

MULDROW, ROBERT E. Bishopsville, S. C.

Physical Education, B.S. Varsity Football; Physical Education, Club.

MUMFORD, LARRY Pikeville

Science, A.B.

Hail To Thee Our Alma Mater . . .

MUNN, MARY ALICE Rockingham

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Club; Women's Recreation Association; Alpha Xi Delta; BUCCANEER.

MURPHREY, REBECCA TRUMAN Snow Hill

Grammar Education, B.S. Methodist Student Center; Association for Childhood Educa- tion; President East Wing Garrett Hall; House Committee; Student Government Associatinn; Women's Judiciary; Alpha Phi; Student National Education Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

MURRAY, BARBARA GRAY Roxboro

Music, B.S. College Choir; Chapel Choir; College Singers; Music Educators National Conference; Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-President, Ser- geant-of-Arms; "Annie Get Your Gun," "Kiss Me Kate," Stu- dent Government Production Committee.

MUSTIAN, JAMES TAYLOR, JR. Warrenton

Business Administration, A.B. Veterans Club; Young Democrats Club; Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, Vice-President, President.

MYERS, JAMES WILUAM Colerain

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Club.

MYRICK, DALLAS GRAHAM Weldon

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Club; Varsity Football.

NARRON, REBECCA SUE Middlesex

Grammar Education, B.S. Mars Hill College; Association for Childhood Education; Stu- dent National Education Association; Women's Chorus; Wom- ; en's Recreation Association; Baptist Student Union; Kappa Delta; Slay Hall, Treasurer, Vice-President.

NIELSON, SANDRA HOLMES Jacksonville

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Angel Flight; Student National Education Association.

NESBIT, SARA MARTHA Waxhaw

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Women's Recreation Association, Intramural Sports: Physical Education Club; Women's Chorus; BUCCANEER.

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NETHEREUTT, HENRY GERALD Beulaville

Science, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega ; Varsity Track.

NEWBEAN, JOHN EVERETT Colerain

Science, A.B.

NEWBY, LEANN BARBER Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association ; BUCCANEER.

NICHOLSON, MARY LU Hollister

Music, B.S. Baptist Student Union, Vice-President, President; Women's Chorus; Chapel Choir; Music Educators National Conference; Dorm Counselor; Inter Religious Council; Dean's List; Honor Roll.

NOBLES, DON WAYNE Washington

Grammar Education, B.S. Campbell College; Track Team.

NOBLES, JACK ALDON Greenville

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha; Young Democrats Club.

NOBLES, JANICE VEST Washington

Foreign Languages and English, B.S. Campbell College, Homecoming Queen; College Choir; House Council; Baptist Student Union.

NORMAN, FLORENCE MOYE Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Young Women's Christian Association; Wesley Foundation, Council.

NORRIS, BILLY THOMAS Ayden

Science, B.S. Science Club; WWWS Television; Westminster Fellowship; Young Men's Christian Association.

. . . Hail! Hail! Hail! FIGHT SONG:

NORRIS, ROLAND CLEVELAND Whiteville

Social Studies and English, B.S. Campbell College, Epsilon Pi Eta; Tau Sigma; Young Demo- crats Club.

NORRIS, RAYMOND DONALD Alexandria, Va.

Physical Education and Science, B.S.

NORRIS, WILLIAM BRISBANE Garland

Social Studies and English, B.S.

NORTON, KENNETH CHARLES Rex

English and Special Education, B.S. WWWS Radio; Honor RoU.

NORVILLE, MARGARET L. Falkland

Primary Education, B.S.

NUNNERY, BRENDA KAY Jackson

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education, Vice-President, President; Aquanymphs; Angel Flight, Parliamentarian, Comptroller, Com- mander.

NYE, WILLLIAM Orrum

Physical Education and Science, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha.

OBERJOHANN, WILLIAM HERBERT Southport

Social Studies and Geography, A.B.

OBERSEIDER, JOHN RICHARD Greenville

Social Studies and English, B.S.

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ODHAM, STEWART EDMOND Grifton

Business Education, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi, Homecoming Chairman, Housing Fund Treas- urer ; Television Guild ; WWWS Television.

OGLESBY, ALLIE JANE Morehead City

Business Education, B.S. Tau Sigma.

OLIVER, WILLIAM HENRY Plymouth

Business Administration, A.B.

ORR, BETSY BURKE Robbinsville

Music, B.S. Sigma Alpha Iota; Music Educators National Conference, Secre- tary; East Carolina Marching Pirates; Concert Band; College Choir; Chapel Choir, Accompanying.

ORR, FRANK AUGUSTUS, JR. Raleigh

Social Studies and English, B.S. Student National Education Association; Historical Society, Vice-President; Phi Sigma Pi, Secretary.

ORR, MARY JEANETTE Wall

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student Counselor Um- stead Hall; Woman's Chorus.

OUTLAW, BETTY ANN Mount Olive

English and Social Studies, B.S. Delta Zeta.

OVERRUN, JUDITH LYNN Fremont

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Educational Student National Educa- tion Association; Slay Dorm Council; Free Will Baptist Fellow- ship; BUCCANEER.

PALMER, LOREN TAYLOR Greenville

Business Administration, A.B.

Stand Up And Cheer For East Carolina . .

PAPPAS, IRIS Portsmouth, Va.

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Homecoming Sponsor; Art Club; Associa- tion for Childhood Education.

PARKER, GARY CLAY Hopewell, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Varsity Football; Physical Education Club; Monogram Club.

PARKER, ROY EARL Hopewell, Va.

Mathematics and Business, A.B.

PARKER, WILLIAM TRUSTON Ahoskie

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; President; Alpha Phi Omega, Sergeant- at-Arms, Vice-President; Young Men's Christian Association, Intramural Sports; Dean's Advisory Council.

PATTERSON, KENNETH JOHN Jacksonville

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Intramural Sports.

PEACOCK, JOSEPH RANDALL Chadbourn

Social Studies, B.S.

PEADEN, ANN BROOKS Greenville

Foreign Language, B.S. - Geography, A.B. Sigma Pi Alpha, President; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Psychology Club; Aquanymphs, Treasurer.

PEARCE, CHARLES GILBERT Louisburg

Physical Education, B.S.

PEARCE, JOE EDWARD Castalia

Social Studies, B.S. Sigma Tau Delta; Student National Education Association; Louisburg College.

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PENUEL, EDWARD EARL Jacksonville

Business Administration, A.B. Theta Chi; Society for the Advancement of Management; Young Democrats' Club.

PERGERSON, LEONARD CURTIS Reidsville

Business Administration, A.B. Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advance- ment of Management.

PERRY, JANE RIDDICK Windsor

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Corresponding Secretary; Young Women's Christian Association; Dean's List.

PERSON, JERRY MURPHY Fayetteville

Social Studies, A.B. Theta Chi, Vice-President; Inter-Fraternity Council; Student Government Association, Elections Committee; Men's Judiciary, Secretary -Treasurer.

PETTY, CAROLYN GRAY Aberdeen

Music, B.S. Chapel Choir; College Choir; Music Educators' National Con- ference; Sigma Alpha Iota; Orchestra.

PHELPS, WILLIAM Windsor

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Club; Inter-Fraternity Council, Treasurer; Sigma Phi Epsilon.

PIPPIN, CATHERINE CLAIRE Zebulon

Foreign Language, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha, Vice-President; Methodist Student Council; Student National Education Association; Greensboro College.

PITT, MARGARET ELLEN Rocky Mount

Science, B.S. Student National Education Association; Baptist Student Union; Young Women's Christian Association.

PITTMAN, KENNETH GERALD Rocky Mount

Physical Education, B.S.

Get Up And Yell For Victory. Oh

PITTMAN, MYRA GAIL Durham

English, B.S. and A.B. Tau Sigma; Sigma Tau Delta.

PLEASANT, JUDITH ADAMS Angier

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Young Women's Chris- tian Association; Westminster Fellowship; Young Democrats' Club; Tau Sigma, Treasurer; Class Officer.

POLLARD, SYLVIA LOIS Rocky Mount

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America

POPE, JO ANN Dunn

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi; Association for Childhood Education; Women's Recreation Association.

POWELL, MARGARET LOUISE Whiteville

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Corresponding Secretary; Panhellenic Council; Homecoming Sponsor.

POWELL, MARY ELIZABETH New Bern

Social Studies, B.S. BUCCANEER; WWWS Radio; Angel Flight, Secretary; TV Guild, Secretary; Sigma Pi Alpha.

PRESCOTT, JERRY HOLTON New Bern

Industrial Arts, B.S.

PREVATTE, HAZEL RUTH Pembroke

English, B.S. English Club; EAST CAROLINL\N; Student Government Asso- ciation, Points Committee.

PRICE, JOHN PHILLIP Garner

Social Studies, B.S. Young Men's Christian Association, Vice-President; Young Dem- ocrats' Club.






PRICE, MARTHA ELLEN Rocky Mount

Grammar Education, B.S.

PRICHARD, HELEN HAWKINS Washington

Primary Education, B.S. EAST CAROLINIAN; Association for Childhood Education; Dorm Officer.

PRIEST, KAY FRANCES Council

Grammar Education, B.S. Chi Omega; Young Democrats' Club; BUCCANEER; Home- coming Sponsor; Marshal; English Club.

PRIVETTE, MARGARET ROSE Zebulon

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education.

PROUT, LLOYD THOMAS Durham

Mathematics, B.S. Young Democrats' Club, Vice-President; Mathematics Club.

PURVIS, LAUREL THIGPEN Greenville

English, B.S. Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer; Library Club; Student National Education Association.

PUTNAM, GEORGE CARLTON Rocky Mount

Social Studies, B.S. Young Democrats' Club; Campbell College.

QUEEN, SYBIL EVONNE Shelby

Music, B.S. College Choir; Choral Union.

QUICK, LINDSEY ROY Laurinburg

Science, B.S. King Youth Fellowship, President; Inter-Religious Council.

Pirate Team, There Is No Finer ...

QUINN, VIRGINIA P. Beulaville

Foreign Language, B.S.

RACKLEY, NANCY MAE Sharpsburg

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association; Varsity Band; Baptist Student Union.

RALPH, BOBBY LEARY Corapeake

Business Education, B.S.

RANKIN, CAROLE ANN Washington, D. C.

Foreign Language, A.B. Delta Zeta, Vice-President; Sigma Pi Alpha; Cheerleader; Marshal; Chapel Choir; Future Business Leaders of America.

REESE, RONNIE RICHARD Williamston

Science, A.B.

REESE, THOMAS MILTON Rocky Mount

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, Chancellor, President; East Carolina Play- house; College Union Board; Dean's Advisory Council; BUC- CANEER.

REEVES, GOODWYN G. Greenville

Science, B.S.

RENEGAR, RICHARD ALONZA Fort Bragg

Social Studies, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega, Historian, Treasurer; EAST CAROLINIAN; REBEL

RENN, CHARLOTTE ANNE Lillington

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

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RESPESS, HARRIET ALICE Belhaven

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student Government Asso- ciation, Elections Committee; College Choir; Homecoming Sponsor.

RICHARDSON, B. ELIZABETH New Bern

Music, B.S. College Choir, Vice-President; Chapel Choir; Music Educator's National Conference; Opera Theatre, Secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota, Recording Secretary.

RIDDICK, JACK H. Belhaven

Mathematics, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Mathematics Club.

RIDGE, EDNA JONES Micro

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

ROBBINS, BETTY ANDREWS Bethel

Primary Education, B.S.

ROBBINS, THOMAS BEDFORD Rocky Mount

Psychology, A.B. Psychology Club; Lees-McRae College.

ROBERSON, JOHN EDWIN Robersonville

Mathematics, B.S. Phi Sigma Pi; Mathematics Club; Student National Educa- tion Association; Weight Training Club; Dean's List; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Young Democrats' Club.

ROBERSON, MARCELLUS EVERETTE, JR. Robersonville

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America.

ROBERSON, STANLEY FLOYD, JR. Kinston

Industrial Arts, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Historian; Industrial Arts Club, Treasurer.

. . Fight On For Pirate History. Go.

ROBERTS, PATRICIA LANE Farmville

Music, B.S. Sigma Alpha Iota; "Messiah"; College Choir; College Singers; "Sister Angelica"; Music Educator's National Conference.

ROBERTS, THELMA LYNN Fairfield

Mathematics, B.S. Wesley Foundation; Mathematics Club

ROGERS, BETH ANN Timberlake

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association, Secretary; Association for Childhood Education; Women's Chorus, Secretary.

ROGERSON, JAMES R. Greenville

Business Education, B.S.

ROSE, CAROLYN DIONE Jacksonville

Social Studies, B.S. BUCCANEER; Baptist Student Union; Young Women's Chris- tian Association; East Carolina Playhouse.

ROSE, MORRIS EARL Mount Olive

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; Baptist Student Union; Intramural Sports.

ROSE, WALTER CLAY Dayton, Ohio

Business Administration, A.B. Class Officer; Student Government Association, Entertainment Committee.

ROUNTREE, SONDRA ELAINE Ahoskie

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Qub; Baptist Student Union; KEY, Assistant Editor.

ROYAL, ALEXANDER THOMAS Salemburg

Physical Education, B.S. Circle K Club; Physical Education Club; Student National Edu- cation Association; Pineland Junior College.

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ROYAL, CAROLYN FAYE Fayetteville

Primary Education, B.S. King Youth Fellowship; Emmanuel College.

ROYAL, PATSY JOYCE High Point

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi; Association for Childhood Education; Young Wom- en's Christian Association; Women's Recreation Association.

RUFFIN, MARY FRANCES Ahoskie

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

RUMLEY, GARNES LANIER Brown Summit

Business Administration, A.B.

RUSS, BONNIE JEAN Abbottsburg

Grammar Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Association for Childhood Education; Young Women's Christian Association; Dorm Officer; Home- coming Sponsor; Varsity Band, Vice-President.

SAIN, JUANITA IRENE Hildebran

Music, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Chapel Choir; "Kiss Me Kate"; "Annie Get Your Gun"; Women's Chorus; College Choir; Marching Band; BUCCANEER.

SAVAGE, LILLIAN CAROLE Havelock

Physical Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Physical Education Club; Aquanymphs; Women's Recreation Association.

SASSER, BARBARA J. Wilmington

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education.

SAUNDERS, PERCY EUGENE, JR. Eden

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; Men's Glee Club; Future Business Leaders of America, Parliamentarian, Treasurer.

Out And Win For East Carolina ...

SAWYER, MARY JO Washington

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

SCARBOROUGH, DORIS D. Wake Forest

Primary Education, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

SCHMITZ, ROBERT DALE Erie, Pa.

Art, B.S. Delta Phi Delta; Art Club; REBEL.

SCOTT, JOYCE MARIE Dover, Del.

English, B.S. BUCCANEER; Historical Society; Wesley Foundation; English Club.

SCOTT, MARY RUTH Durham

Social Studies, B.S. Student National Education Association; Library Club, Vice- President; Appalachian State Teachers College.

SEID, NEIL A. Port Washington, N. Y.

Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hebrew Youth Fellowship; Inter-Religious Council; Inter-Fraternity Council.

SELLARS, MARY ALYCE Wilmington

Primary Education, B.S. Kappa Delta; Chapel Choir; EAST CAROLINIAN.

SESSOMS, JANICE LEE Lumberton

Home Economics, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi; WWWS Radio; Women's Recreation Asso- ciation; EAST CAROLINIAN; Home Economics Club

sEXTON, CHARLES EDWARD Tarboro

Social Studies, B.S.

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SEXTON, FRED EARL Rocky Mount

Grammar Education, B.S.

SEXTON, RUTH BLAIR Lillington

English, B.S.

SHAFFER, LEONARD BRADLEY West End

Foreign Language, A.B. Sigma Pi Alpha; Weight Training Club.

SHAW, PATSY FARMER Wallace

English, B.S. Phi Beta Chi; English Qub; Women's Recreation Association; Dorm Officer.

SHAW, MARY NELL Atkinson

Grammar Education, B.S. College Union Board; Young Women's Christian Association; "Kiss Me Kate"; Alpha Omicron Pi, Treasurer; Panhellenic Council, President ; Association for Childhood Education ; Dean's Advisory Council; Women's Recreation Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

SHAW, SARAH HAYES Durham

Science, B.S.

SHEARIN, VIRGINIA WALSTON Scotland Neck

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi; Association for Childhood Education; Young Democrats' Club.

SHEARON, HUBERT RAINES, JR. Boone

Music, B.S. Phi Mu Alpha; Concert Band; Marching Band.

SHEPARD, CHARLES LEON Jacksonville

Science, B.S.

.. But Win Or Lose We're All For

SHEPARD, LOUISE WOODARD Goldsboro

Primary Education, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Alpha Xi Delta, Chaplain; Association for Childhood Education; Mars Hill Jimior College.

SHERLOCK, RONALD R. Wilmington, Del.

Business Administration, A.B.

SHERRILL, MARTHA LOU Hudson

English, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha; Lutheran Association, President.

SHOUP, RONALD CHARLES Boothwyn, Pa.

Business Administration, A.B. Lutheran Student Association, Secretary-Treasurer, President; Society for the Advancement of Management; Inter-Religious Council; Future Business Leaders of America; Intramural Sports, Official.

SIMMONS, WARD ANDREW, JR. Church Creek, Md.

Business Education, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi; Student Government Association.

SINGLETON, REBECCA GLENN Red Springs

Primary Education, B.S. Tau Sigma, Recording Secretary; Dean's Advisory Council; Women's Judiciary; Student Government Association; Dorm Officer; Wesley Foundation; Kappa Delta; Marshal; Associa- tion for Childhood Education; Young Women's Christian Asso- ciation; Women's Recreation Association; Dean's List.

SKINNER, B. LEON Watha

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

SMILEY, SARA ELVA Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Kappa Delta, Secretary; Panhellenic Council; Marching Band, Concert Band; BUCCANEER; Student Government Association; Association for Childhood Education; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS m AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

SMITH, ANN BARRINGTON Washington

Grammar Education, B.S.

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SMITH, BRENDA RUTH

Home Economics, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Home Ex:ono

SMITH, CAMELIA ELIZABETH Wingate

Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club.

SMITH, DAVID MacNEILL Atlantic

Industrial Arts, B.S. REBEL, Assistant Business Manager, Business ManageT, Dele- gate to Associated Collegiate Press Conference; Publications Board; Alpha Phi Omega, Historian, Treasurer; Industrial Arts Club.

SMITH, FORREST CARROLL Wallace

Business Education, B.S.

SMITH, GARY D. Sunbury, Pa.

Business Administration, A.B.

SMITH, GLENDA FAYE Dover

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education.

SMITH, HARRY ELBERT, JR. Vanceboro

Business Administration, A.B Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President, President; Student Govern- ment Association; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society, Treasurer; WWWS Radio, Business Man- ager; Marching Band; Varsity Band; Young Men's Christian Association; Future Business Leaders of America; Canterbury.

SMITH, JOHN LEE, JR. Gates

Social Studies, B.S. Basketball; Chowan College.

SMITH, LINDA FAYE Clinton

Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; Woman's College.

You. So For The Purple and Gold

SPAIN, PATSY JAMES Greenville

Primary Education. B.S.

SPELL, CHARLOTTE SMITH Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Woman's Chorus; Association for Childhood Education.

SPRUILL, BETTY LOU Aurora

English, B.S. Free Will Baptist Fellowship. Secretary. President; Sigma Tau Delta, Vice-President; News Bureau; Women's Chorus.

STANCILL, DOROTHY LOUISE Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S.

STANLEY, MARGARET ANNETTE D. Faison

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education

STAPLES, ALTON BRAY Shawboro

Physical Education. B.S. Physical Education Club; Intramural Sports.

STARLING, DOROTHY SUE Roseboro

Primary Education, B.S. Women's Chorus; "Messiah"; Student National Education Asso- ciation.

STARRETT, JOANN HUFFMAN Gastonia

English. B.S. Sigma Tau Delta; Library Club.

STEVENS, ELIZABETH ANN Matthews

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta; Student National Education Association; Ap- palachian State Teachers College.

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STEWART, EDITH RUTH Broadway

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association; Angel Flight; Women's Chorus; Methodist Student Union.

STEWART, NORMA GRACE Broadway

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation; "Messiah"; Stu- dent National Education Association; Women's Chorus.

STOCKS, LESLIE ARNOLD Ayden

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Club; Delta Sigma Phi; Atlantic Christian College.

STOGNER, CLARA JANNELL Waxhaw

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Historian; Student National Education Asso- ciation; Young Women's Christian Association; Homecoming Sponsor.

STOKES, CHARLES HENRY New Bern

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Club.

STROTHER, OTIS FURMAN, III Greenville

Music, B.S. Student Government Association, President; Men's Judiciary, Secretary -Treasurer, Chairman; Class Officer; Lambda Chi Alpha; Marching Band; Orchestra; Brass Choir; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNLVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

STRICKLAND, JERRY WESLEY Princeton

Industrial Arts, B.S.

STRICKLAND, SUE HOLLAND Gastonia

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Student National Education Association; Young Democrats' Club.

STYONS, ROBERT BENTON Williamston

Social Studies, B.S.

We Will Fight, Fight, Fight

SULLIVAN, JAMES GRAHAM Washington

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi.

SUMRELL, HOWARD CONRAD Greenville

Social Studies, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society; Intramural Sports.

SURLES, JAMES RONALD Fayetteville

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Club; Intramural Sports; Wingate Junior College.

SUTTON, JAN H. Burlington

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; BUCCANEER.

SUTTON, JULIA PAULINE Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Woman's Chorus; Associa- tion for Childhood Education; Student National Education Asso- ciation; Alpha Phi.

SUTTON, MARIE LOUISE Kinston

Music, B.S. Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer, President; College Choir, Secre- tary-Treasurer; Chapel Choir; College Singers; Music Educa- tor's National Conference; Baptist Student Union; "Messiah."

SWINDELL, PATRICIA Swan Quarter

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Qub; Chapel Choir; Wesley Foundation; Young Women's Christian Association.

TAYLOR, EDWARD LEON Kinston

Business Education, B.S. Intramural Sports.

TAYLOR, HENRY LINDSEY, JR. Oxford

Geography, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Young Democrats' Club.

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TAYLOR, JAMES MILTON Vance

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer; College Union Board, President- Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

TAYLOR, JIMMY ALTON Williamston

Mathematics, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega; Mathematics Club

TAYLOR, NELLIE GWALTNEY Greenville

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Woman's Chorus; Future Business Leaders of America, Secretary; Young Women's Christian Association; Christian Youth Fellowship, President.

TAYLOR, THELMA ELIZABETH Kinston

Grammar Education, B.S. Young Women's Christian Association; Association for Child hood Education; College Union Board; Young Democrats' Club; Chi Omega; Dorm Officer; Marshal; "Messiah."

TAYLOR, VANCE BUNTING Bethel

Mathematics, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, Inter-Fraternity Council; Golf

TEMPLE, ANDREA CAROL Zebulon

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education.

TETTERTON, EARL E. Pinetwon

Industrial Arts, B.S.

TETTERTON, MARSHALL O'NEAL Taroro

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

TETTERTON, WILLIAM DEBRON WiUiamston

Business Administration, A.B.

Hey! Fight On For Victory

TEW, CARLTON RELDON Tarboro

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Delta Tau, Vice-President; Mutual Improvement Associ tion; Industrial Arts Club.

THOMAS, CLARITA CLARK Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada

English, B.S.

THOMAS, COLEMAN EDWARD, JR. Windsor

Psychology, A.B.

THOMAS, DAVID ROSS Asheville

Mathematics, B.S. Gamma Theta Upsilon, Secretary; College Union Board; East Carolina Playhouse; TV Guild; Student National Education Association; Young Republicans' Qub; Mars Hill College; Asheville-Biltmore College.

THOMAS, MYRA ANN Beulaville

Social Studies, B.S. Honor Roll; Mount Olive Junior College.

THOMAS, NELSON NICHOLS Ayden

Business Education, B.S.

THOMAS, WILUAM GUY Williamston

Science, B.S.

THOMPSON, HARRY BURNELL Pleasant Garden

Mathematics, B.S.

THOMPSON, LINDA CAROL Goldsboro

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Future Business Leaders of America; Dean List.

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THOMPSON, WILLIAM ROUGHTON Chapel Hill

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Club.

THORNTON, MARY ELIZABETH Mebane

Primary Education, B.S. College Union Board; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association, District Secretary; Westminster Fellowship.

THREATT, DORIS JEAN Monroe

English, B.S.

THRIFT, DAVID WESLEY Pittsboro

Primary Education, B.S. College Union Board; Young Men's Christian Association; East Carolina Playhouse.

TOLER, GERALD CREECH Princeton

Science, B.S. Science Club; Varsity Band; Men's Choir; Marching Band.

TOMCZYK, JOHN J. Wilmington, Del.

Business Administration, A.B. Newman Club.

TRAYWICK, VIVIAN LORETTA Peachland

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron; Home Economics Club; Young Democrats' Club; Homecoming Sponsor; Wingate Junior College.

TRIPP, BARBARA MANNING Bethel

Science, B.S. Chi Beta Phi, President; Science Club, Secretary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

TRIPP, JANICE LORRAINE Haw River

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Club; Canterbury; Aquanymphs; Home Eco- nomics Club; Women's Recreation Association; Homecoming Sponsor.

East Carolina College's

TROGDON, KENNETH PAUL Cumberland

Psychology, A.B. Theta Chi, Vice-President, Inter-Fraternity Council Representa- tive; Young Democrats" Club; Psychology Club; Dean's Ad- visory Council: Student Government Association; Qass Officer; Switimiing Team.

TUGWELL, WILLIAM NELSON Walstonburg

Business Education, B.S.

TURNAGE, JOHNNY MILTON

Social Studies, B.S. Mount Olive Junior College; Pembroke State College

TURNER, LESLIE LAWTON Albertson

Business Education, B.S.

TURNER, LORETTA IMOGENE Conway

Physical Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association, Vice-President.

TYER, CHARLIE H. Fountain

Social Studies. B.S.

TYNDALL, CARL HAYWOOD Pikeville

Social Studies, A.B. Young Democrats' Club; Sigma Tau Delta; Campbell College, WWWS Radio;

TYSON, CAROLYN BAXLEY Greenville

Primary Education Mathematics Club; Young Women's Christian Association; EAST CAROLINIAN.

TURNAGE, MARY ELLYNE Newport News, Va.

English and Art, A.B. Art Club.

UPCHURCH, HENRY LILES Pittsboro

Social Studies, B.S. Weight Training Club; King Youth Fellowship.

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UPCHURCH, SARAH JO STANLEY Greensboro

English, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma.

VICKERY, ANNE LEWIS Winston-Salem

Music, B.S. Sigma Alpha Iota; Chapel Choir; College Choir; Opera Theatre, Vice-President; "Kiss Me Kate"; Music Educators' National Conference.

VINSON, EMILY LYNN Stedman

Music, B.M. College Orchestra; Chapel Choir; Choral Union; Dean's List.

OGEL, MARCELLE CLAUDIA New Bern

Music, B.S. College Choir; Chapel Choir; Marching Band; Concert Band; Orchestra; Music Educators' National Conference; Dorm Offi- cer; BUCCANEER; EAST CAROLINIAN, Feature Editor, Associate Editor; Student Government Association; KEY, Edi- tor; Kappa Delta; Young Women's Christian Association; Young Democrats' Club; Student National Education Associa- tion; Publications Board; Dean's Advisory Council; Westminster Fellowship; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WAGEMAKER, JULUN DEAN Williamson, New York

Music, B.S. Chapel Choir; College Choir; Phi Mu Alpha; Music Educators' National Conference.

WAINWRIGHT, BETH ELAINE Farmville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education.

WALKER, ELIZABETH GAIL Battleboro

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Women's Judiciary, Secretary.

WALLACE, SALLIE ANN Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Kappa Delta; Angel Flight; Summer School Queen.

WARD, MARGARET CUDE Greensboro

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; BUCCANEER; Student Government Asso- ciation ; Association for Childhood Education.

Graduating Senior Class

WARD, ROBERT ALLEN Greensboro

Social Studies, B.S. Student Government Association, Assistant Treasurer, Treas- urer, Executive Committee; Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary; Inter- Fraternity Council, Treasurer; Circle K Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WARREN, CORA JEAN Washington

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi.

WATERS, JOHN THAMES Jacksonville

Mathematics, B.S. Kappa Alpha.

WATSON, C. ROBERT Wilmington, Del.

Business Administration, A.B. Newman Club.

WATSON, LESLIE HAROLD Deep Gap

Social Studies, A.B.

WAUGH, JAMES LOYD Statesville

Industrial Arts, B.S.

Phi Sigma Pi; Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Club.

WAYNE, BECKY New Bern

Physical Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association, Treasurer; Aquanymphs, Pres- ident; Physical Education Club. Secretary; BUCCANEER; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES.

WEBB, LOIS ANN Greenville

English, B.S. Delta Zeta; Student Government Association; Mathematics Club; East Carolina Playhouse; EAST CAROUNUN.

WEBSTER, JULIA MOSEY Graham

Social Studies, B.S.

WEIS, ERHARD GEORGE, JR. Richmond, Va.

Geography, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, President; Inter-Fraternity Council, President; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.273






WESCOTT, JANET LANE Manteo

Business Education, B.S.

WEST, CURTIS Lumberton

Business Education, B.S.

WHELESS, BRENDA LOU Zebulon

Grammar Education, B.S. Student Counselor; Honor Roll; Student National Education Association.

WHITE, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. Manteo

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America.

WHITEHEAD, ROLAND WAYNE Scotland Neck

Geography and Science, A.B. Kappa Alpha.

WHITEHURST, JACQUELINE COLEY Hobgood

Business Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Women's Recreation Asso- ciation; Baptist Student Union; Student National Education Association.

WHITEMAN, GRACE HOPE Edenton

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Student National Education Association

WHITTED, EMILY DALE Burlington

English and Social Studies, B.S. Delta Zeta.

WHITTED, SALLY JEAN Snow Hill

Business Education, B.S.

Class of 1962

WHORTON, KITTY CARAWAN Mesic

Primary Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education Association; Chowan College.

WILDER, JOSEPH Greenville

Business Administration, A.B.

WILKINS, JERRY LYNN Dunn

Business Education and Pre-Law, B.S. Student Government Association; Circle K Club; Varsity Foot- ball; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, President; Inter-Frater- nity Council.

WILKINSON, MICHAEL CADE Belhaven

Social Studies and Foreign Languages, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha, Treasurer; Phi Kappa Tau, President; Honor Roll; Men's Judiciary; Derm's Advisory Council.

WILLIAMS, JANICE BOSTIC Beulaville

Elementary Education, B.S.

WILLIAMS, JOYCE FAYE Goldsboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Women's Chorus; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association, Homecoming Sponsor.

WILLIAMS, JUDY SPEARS Fayetteville

Primary Education, B.S.

WILLIAMS, NORMA FAYE Goldsboro

Granmiar Education, B.S. Association of Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club; Woman's Chorus; Student National Ed ley Foundation; Vice-President Jarvis Dorm,

WILLIAMS, RONALD EUGENE Henderson

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY ANN Fayetteville

Music, A.B.

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WILLIAMS, TED MOORE Durham

Science, B.S. Delta Upsilon.

WILLIAMSON, PHIUP LYLE New Bern

Mathematics, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-President, Delegate to National Con- clave; Student Government Association, Senator.

WILLIS, DLANNE DANIELS Atlantic

Science and Physical Education, B.S. Science Club; Women's Recreation Association; Aquanymphs.

WILLIS, JOHN ALFRED Gloucester

Social Studies and English, A.B. Georgia Institute of Technology; Lassen Junior College; Uni- versity of California: San Francisco State College; REBEL, Associate Editor; EAST CAROLINIAN, Columnist; Honor Roll; Player's Workshop, "Separate Tables," Stage Manager; Fine Films Conmiittee.

WILMOUTH, VIRGINIA CAROLYN Lynchburg, Va.

Business Education, B.S. Madison College; Kappa Delta.

WILSON, ELIZABETH ROSE Whiteville

Business Education, B.S. Campbell College; Future Business Leaders of America; Young Democrats Club.

WILSON, ELLEN HARRIS Salisbury

Primary Education, B.S. Kappa Phi Epsilon; Association for Childhood Education; Wom- en's Recreation Association; Sigma Sigma Sigma, PanheUenic Council; Women's Judiciary; BUCCANEER; EAST CARO- LINIAN.

WILSON, SARA FRANCES Angier

English and Social Studies, B.S. Campbell College; Women's Recreation Association, Reporter; Westminster Fellowship; Student National Education Associa-

WOOD, LARRY Easton, Md.

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; Young Democrats Club; Intramural Sports.

WOODWARD, DOLORES JORDAN Belhaven

Primary Education, B.S. Student Counselor; Woman's Judiciary; House Committee; BUCCANEER.

WOODWARD, W. DICKEY Kings Mountain

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

WOOTEN, DONALD MOORE Four Oaks

Grammar Education, B.S.

WOOTEN, GLENDA ANNE Four Oaks

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

WORRELL, BRUCE, JR. Goldsboro

Industrial Arts, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Arnold Air Society, Executive Commander; Industrial Arts Club, Vice-President; Distinguished Military Student Award; Academic Star Award; Outstanding Achievement Award.

WORTHINGTON, DAVID HAROLD Ayden

Business Administration, A.B. Honor Roll ; Dean's List.

WORTHINGTON, WALTER T. La Grange

Industrial Arts, B.S. Theta Chi; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Drill Team Commander, Arnold Air Society; Industrial Arts Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES.

WRIGHT, JAMES FREDRICK Burlington

Business Administration, A.B. Theta Chi; Men's Judiciary.

WURST, MARIE JANET Palmyra, N. J.

Music Education, B.S. Sigma Alpha Iota; Music Educators National Conference, Past President; College Band, Orchestra, College Singers, College Choir, "Kiss Me Kate," "South Pacific."

WYNNE, DURWOOD KUBY Washington

Social Studies and Mathematics, B.S.

WYNNE, JO ANN Franklinton

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association; Baptist Student Union; Young Women's Chris- tian Association; Women's Recreation Association; Honor Roll; Fresliman Counselor.

ZUCKER, CHARLES SIDNEY Roanoke Rapids

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

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junior

Class

Officers

JOHNNY WATERS President

ANNE ALLEN Secretary

DIANA FOSTER Treasurer






ABERNATHY, SILAS HOWARD Fuquay Springs

ADAMS, LOLA DIANNE Kinston

ADAMS, MARY EDITH Wilmington

ADCOCK, JLMMY COBB Rowland

ADCOCK, SHERWOOD LEE Henderson

ADKINS, FRANCIS A. Mardela Springs, Md.

ALBRITTON, JANE NORMAN Calypso

ALDRIDGE, SANTA LEE Southport

ALDRIDGE, SARAH MARGARET Wilmington

ALFORD, MURRAY MAC Lumberton

ALLEN, ANNE FRANCES Farmville

ALLEN, BRENDA LEE Pantigo

ALLEN, CAROLYN JEAN Morganton

ALLEN, SHELBY DEAN Williamston

ALLEGOOD, ADDIE McNEILL Ayden

ALLSBROOK, LELAND LAWRENCE, JR. Scotland Neck

ALSTON, RUBY LEIGH Windsor

ANDERS, WILLIE CLOYCE Clinton

ANDERSON, BRAYOMN EUGENE, JR. Robersonville

ANDERSON, PHILLIP DALE Middlesex

ANDREWS, JANE MARIE Clinton

ANGE, ROBERT LEE Plymouth

ANTHONY, JULIA BREADY Greenville

ARNOLD, IRELL REX Fuquay Spring

ARNOLD, STANLEY GERALD Fuquay Springs

ASBELL, JACQUELINE HUNTER Tyner

AVERETTE, BARNIE WENDELL Roxboro

AVERETTE, LARRY MICHAEL Greenville

AVERY, BENJIMAN KERR Goldsboro

AYSCUE, PATRICIA ANN Washington

BADGETT, JUDITH CAROL Broadway

BAGGETT, JUDY LOUISE Windsor

BAILEY, GLENN ALFRED Wilmington

BAILEY, SUE LYNN Benson

BAILEY, WILMA FRANCES Salisbury

BAKER, NANCY MARIE Nashville

BALDWIN, NORMA JEAN Whiteville

BALLANCE, JO ANNE Manteo

BANKS, DIANNE RUTH Holly Ridge

BANNER, LANA LEE Greenville

BARBOUR, EDSEL TUCKER Four Oaks

BARHAM, FRANK EARL Weldon

BARLOW, WALTER DAVID Greenville

BARNES, JACKIE COOPER Oxford

BARRETT, BEBE V. Pinehurst

BARRETT, CAROL LEA Sanford

BARRETT, KATHERINE ELIZABETH Greenville

BASNIGHT, REBECCA ANN Greenville

BASNIGHT, REBECCA ELAINE Roper

BASS, EMMA DEANE SIMMONS Trenton

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BAUCOM, JULIA CAROL Apex

BAUM, WALTER G. Engelhard

BAXLEY, CORA SUE Saint Pauls

BAXTER, JOHN ROBERT New Bern

BAYNOR, GENE CROSBY Pinetown

BEASLEY, BOBBY WINFRED Laurinsburg

BENNETT, DAVID GORDON Winston Salem

BENTON, JACCI LEE Burlington

BERRY, JAMES WALTER Aurora

BERRY, JUDITH LYNN Hampton, Va.

BEST, NANNIE SUE Greenville

BIMONTE, LOUIS ANTHONY New York, N. Y.

BISSETT. WYATT HERBERT Wilson

BLACKMORE, ANNETTE IRENE Burgaw

BLACKWELL, MELBORNE DALE, JR. Greenville

BLACKWELL, MELBORNE DALE, SR. Greenville

BLANKS, ILVIE GREY Roxboro

BLANN, IRMA LEE Goldsboro

BLUE, JANE EDENS Greenville

BOADO, EDWARD JOSEPH Greenville

BOLEN, HUGH BARTON Kennett Square, Pa.

BOYD. GLENN THOMAS Washington

BOYD, JANICE HUDSON Greenville

BOYD, JOHN BLAKE, JR. Greenville

BOYETTE, JANICE BERNICE Clayton

BRANTLEY, ROLAND CHESTER Bailey

BRIGGS, LORENE FAYE Leasburg

BRIGGS, ORENE KAYE Leasburg

BRINSON, EMILY Grantsboro

BRINSON, WILBUR JACKSON Goldsboro

BROOKS, BETTY GRAY Reidsville

BROOKS, MILDRED EVERETT Bath

BROOKSHIRE, ROGER NEIL Lenoir

BROTHERS, ANNE LOUISE Elizabeth City

BROWN, CHARLES ALEXANDER Hamlet

BROWN, FRANCIS EUGENE Plymouth

BROWN, LAWTON ESDUS Magnolia

BROWN, SHIRLEY H. Seagrove

BROWN, SILAS COLEY Lake Charles, La.

BRYAN, ALEX GRAY Jacksonville

BRYAN, SANDRA KAY Vanceboro

BUCHANAN, HUGH SMITH, JR. Fuquay Springs

BUCK, EDDIE ALTON Wilmington

BULLARD, BETTIE HANCOCK Fairmont

BULLARD, THOMAS WINGATE Fayetteville

BURGESS, DAVID SAWYER Belcross

BURRIS, MALCOLM LEE Henderson

BURRIS, RICHARD DONALD Mount Pleasant

BUTLER, JAMES HARVEY Wilmington

BUTLER, JEAN CLARK McLean, Va.

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Juniors

East Carolina is fortunate to have many foreign students studying on cam- pus. A method of recognizing them is a Foreign Students Tea sponsored each year by the College Union.

BUTLER, MURDOCK M., JR. Fayetteville

BUTLER, WILLIAM THOMAS Lillington

BUTTS, LINDA GREY Angler

BYNUM, MERRILL HAMILTON, JR. Greenville

BYRD, GERALD LEE Murfreesboro

BYRD, RONALD DEAN Tarboro

BYRD, ROY RICHARD Winston Salem

CANNON, JAMES ALFRED, JR. Raleigh

CANNON, JOAN FRANCINE Ayden

CARROLL, WILLIAM WRIGHT Dunn

CARSON, PATRICIA ANNE Bethel

CARSTARPHEN, FRANKIE Williamston

CASH. RICHARD HENRY, JR. Louisburg

CATES, CAROLYN MADELINE Burlington

CHAPMAN, VIRGINIA SUZON Charlotte

CHERRY, LINDA FAYE Greenville

CHESNUTT, JAMES WARREN Turkey

CHESSON, JESSE PACKER Hartford

CHILDRESS, CLARENCE GUTHRIE Sanford

CLARK, BRENDA JOYCE Concord

CLARK, FAYE ELIZABETH Lillington

COLLIER, BETTY JOSEPH Raleigh

COLLIER, CARA EUGENE Linden

COLLIER, PATSY ANN Tabor City

COLLINS, NANCY JANE Franklinton

COOKE, FAYE ELLEN Stantowsburg

COPELAND, HENRY LEWIS Franklin, Va.

COPLEY, JAMES LEWIS Salisbury

CORBETT, JOHNNY NORMAN Elizabeth City

COSBY, WAYNE MANUEL Greenville

COUNTS, KATHRYN LEE Wilm

COX, JO ELLEN Burlington

COX, LYNDA LYLE Georgetown, S.C.

COX, LYNN ALTON Turkey

COX, WILLIAM BOYD Greenville

CRAWFORD, CLARA FAYE Greenville

CRAWLEY, RONALD M. Littleton

CREECH, DENNIS LAVERN Fayetteville

CREECH, HUBERT ANDREW Pine Level

CREECH, MARGARET ANNE Zebulon

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CRENSHAW, LAVERNE EATMON Kinston

CRISP, JEAN EDWARDS Lewiston

CROSS, LOUIS DANIEL Richmond, Va.

CRUMPLER, EDWARD HUGH Goldsboro

CRUMPLER, KATRINA Roseboro

CUMMINGS, JAMES BRYCE Greenville

CUMMINGS, JERRY ALDEN Tarboro

CURRIN, JULIANA UMSTEAD Northside

CURTISS, ROBERT EARLE Scarsdale, N. Y.

DANIEL, SANDY LEIGH Roanoke Rapids

DANIELS. EDWARD F. Williamston

DANIELS, PEGGY JEAN Laurel Hill

DAVENPORT. WALTER KENNETH Clinton

DAVIS, LYNDA FAYE Columbia

DAVIS, NURY JOHN Hope Mills

DEAN, EDNA MARIE Timberlake

DEAN, JANET MARIE Lillington

DEATON, JANICE PEARL Goldsboro

DERRICK, MILDRED ELIZABETH Greenville

DEVANE, ELIZABETH ANNE Clinton

DEW, BRENDA LEAH Tarboro

DIXON, DIANE LEIGH Washington

DODSON, GEORGE ALTON Mebane

DONAT, CHARLOTTE HAMILTON Farmville

DOVE, JOYCE LEE Bladenboro

DREWER, NEWMAN HENRY Belle Haven, Va.

DUNCAN, JAMES RAY Clarendon

DUNLOW, DOROTHY DEAN Elizabeth City

DVINOFF, JESSIE L. Philadelphia, Pa.

EAGLES, LAURA KATHRYN Hope Mills

EASON, GENE RAYMOND Henderson

EASON, SALLY BARBIE Butner

EDWARDS, ERNESTINE Henderson

EDWARDS, HARVEY WILSON Goldsboro

EDWARDS, JOE Bladenboro

EDWARDS, PATSY ANN Rocky Mount

EDWARDS, STEPHEN BRUCE Fayetteville

EDWARDS, THOMAS RICHARD Greensboro

ELIAS, CHARLOTTE ZETTIE Weldon

ELIAS, JOYCE ANN Weldon

juniors

The Fall Quarter "Bomb Scare" resulted in class dismissals in Flanagan Building.

280






ELKINS, TERRY GAIL Burlington

ELKS, EVA JEAN Grimesland

ELLIS, BARBARA ANN Faison

ELLIS, MARTHA CARROLL Sanford

ELY, JERRY STEVE Wilmington

ERWIN, FENTON TILSON, JR. Asheville

ESTES, ROBERT JAMES Norfolk, Va.

EVANS, HIRAM B. Decatur, Ga.

EVERS, SHELBY JEAN Lumberton

FAILE, DONALD THOMAS

FAIRCLOTH, GLORIA Elm City

FAULKNER, ROBERT GRANT Kinston

FAULKNER, WALTER C. Henderson

FINCH, JOHN BRINKLEY Laurinburg

FINCH, LUTHER RONALD Greenville

FINLEY, RUSSELL JAMES Tamaqua, Pa.

FISHER, FRANK WILLIS, JR. Battleboro

FLAKE, JOE MOYE, JR. Farmville

FLEMING, BRENDA RUTH Laurinburg

FLEMING, JAMES DURWARD Creedmoor

FLETCHER, CAROLISTA CABELL Edenton

FLETCHER, JUDITH ANN Union Grove

FLOWE, OLIA TWEED Matthews

FLOWERS, GERALDINE Rockingham

FLOYD, JIMMY Loris, S. C.

FOLKES, ROBERT STEVEN Malverne, N.Y.

FORBES, BECKY LOU Williamston

FOSTER, DANIEL RUSSELL Kinston

FOSTER, ELIZABETH DIANA Graham

FOSTER, FRANCES ANNE Burlington

FOWLER, HAROLD DAVIS Fayetteville

FRAZIER, DWIGHT, JR. Henderson

FRAZZELLE, CLARENCE WARWICK Richlands

FUNDERBURK, FRED LEWIS Spray

FUSSELL, NANNETTE Bladenboro

FUTREAL, CHERRY ANN Rocky Point

CADDY, JUNIUS WESLEY, JR. Fairmont

GALE, UNDA RAY Lumberton

GALLAGHER, SUE GRETCHEN Culpeper, Va.

GULLUP, STEVE ROY New York, N. Y.

GAMMON, LINDA JANE Woodsdale

GARDNER, BETTY PARKER Pinetops

GARDNER, LINDA ANN Goldsboro

GARNER, NELL DIXON Mount Olive

GARRETT, SARA ANN Elizabeth City

GARRISS, JOHN WAYNE Clinton

GASTER, MINNIE GORDON Elon College

GAWEY, JAMES HENDRIX East Rockingham

GAY, GLADYS EARLE Ayden

GILLEY, R. JEANNETTE Jacksonville

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GLIDEWELL, ILA MAE Stokesdale

GLOVER, M. ELIZABETH Gastonia

GOLDEN, GEORGE DONNLEY Atlantic

GOODMAN, JUDY HARRIET Wilmington

GORDON, JOE LEE Monroe

GOSSETT, WILLIAM TED Rocky Mount

GRADY, HARVEY WARD, JR. Deep Run

GRADY, JACKE CAROL Selma

GRADY, SPENCER RAY Goldsboro

GRAHAM, JUDITH ANN Efland

GRANT, THOMAS E. Kinston

GRAY, SMITH FENTON Tarboro

GREENE, JUNIOR Henrietta

GREENE, SHIRLEY CHURCHILL Winterville

GREER, CAROLYN LOUISE Wilmington

GRIMES, JUNIUS DANIEL, III Washington

GRUBBS, WILLIAM ALTON Burlington

GUPTON, FLORA JEAN Glendon

GUYTON, JANICE SUE Bladenboro

HADDEN, RICHARD LOUIS Goldsboro

HAHN, JOY LEAH Concord

HALE, CAROL JUDITH Hope Mills

HALES, JESMAN ARNOLD Fremont

HALL, STEPHEN CASHWELL Greenville

HAMLETT, MICHAEL LYNN Roxboro

HAMM, PATSY CAROL Snow Hill

HAMMOND, RUBY JACQUELINE New Bern

HARDIE, SHELVIA JEAN Clarendon

HARDISON, BENJAMIN FLOYD, JR. Arapahoe

HARDISON, MARJORIE MARIE Kinston

HARPER, VIRGIL 12:10 PM 12/9/2011 E FAYE Tarboro

HARRELL, GERALD LESTER Edenton

HARRINGTON, MARGIE RAE Kannapolis

HARRIS, BETH Bailey

HARRIS, JAMES ALSTON, JR. Portsmouth, Va.

HARRIS, JAMES REX Roanoke Rapids

HARRIS, JANE RUSSELL Seaboard

HARRIS, LINWOOD ALLEN Greenville

HARRIS, MARTIN LUTHER Greenville

HARRIS, MARY GAYNELL Greenville

HARRIS, RITA CAROL Marshallberg

HARRIS, SYLVIA PARKE Enfield

HARRISON, JUDITH LYNN Plymouth

HARTLEY, DORIS MARIE Kinston

HARWARD, JOHN DOUGLAS Concord

HATCH, JOHNNY GRATTAN Clinton

HAWKES, MALISSIE DORCAS Willow Springs

HAYES, EDITH CAROL Louisburg

HAYGOOD, JOHN BRITT, JR. Norfolk, Va.

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Dr. Jenkins addressed the group at- tending the Gregg Methods Conference held on campus in the Summer.

HEDGEPETH, JOHN ELVIN Henderson

HEERY, JOHN JOSEPH Gibbstown, N. J.

HELMS, WILLIAM PHIL Charlotte

HEMBY, PAUL CLIFTON Kinston

HENDERSON, CHARLES HERALD Alexandria, Va.

HENDERSON, JERRY DAVID Ayden

HENDREN, LINDA GAIL Hiddenite

HERRING, OLIVE GRAHAM Dunn

HILL, SHELBY JEAN Goldsboro

HILLIARD, RAYMOND GRANT Franklinville

HINSON, CARTHON DEWEY Whiteville

HINSON, PHYLUS EMILY Whiteville

HOFFMAN, ANDREA PROUO Garner

HOKE, HETTY WORTH Hickory

HOLLAND, MARJORIE NELL Kenly

HOLLINGSWORTH, FRANCES C. Roanoke Rapids

HOLLINGSWORTH, JOSEPH W. Roanoke Rapids

HOLLOMAN, ALTON WAYNE Wilson

HOLLOMAN, AUDREY DEANE Harrellsville

HOLMES, ANNETTE Bowden

HOLTON, ALFORD JESSE Louisburg

HOOPER, TRACY C. Greenville

HOPKINS, ELLA LOUISE Jamesville

HOPKINS, GILES DION Concord

HORNE, MELBA GAIL Fayetteville

HORNUNG, CAROLYN J. Pottsville, Pa.

HOWARD, JAMES ODELL Pink Hill

HOUSE, RICHARD M. Tarboro

HUFFMAN, REBECCA LOU Greensboro

HUGHES, ANN GODWIN Rocky Mount

HUGHES, LENNIE LEWIS Rocky Mount

HUGHES, PATRICIA ANN Chadbourn

HULCHER, CHARLES B., JR. Kingstree, S. C.

HUMPHREY, C. ASHLEY Lumberton

HUMPHRIES, 0. L. Roxboro

HUNTER, DOROTHY ROUSE Kinston

HUNTER, ROBERT KORNEGAY Kinston

IDOL, GARY EUGENE Charlotte

JACKSON, JAMES FRANCIS Palos Park, III.

JACKSON, JUDY FAYE Godwin

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JOHNSON, ANN CAROLYN Angier

JOHNSON, CHRIS RYAL Benson

JOHNSON, JERRY BAREFOOT Benson

JOHNSON, J. WAYNE Greensboro

JONES, BONNIE JOYCE Durham

JONES, GENE DOUGLAS Ash

JORDAN, RUTH CHAPPELL Greenville

JOURNIGAN, CLIFTON WAYNE Henderson

JOWERS, CHARLES DANNY Hemingway, S. C.

JOYNER, EDWARD L., JR. Fayetteville

JOYNER, ELLEN GAYLE Knightdale

KALLIO, HELEN ELIZABETH North East, Md.

KEEL, DAVID GENE Bethel

KEEL, LOWELL LEE Ahoskie

KEEN, JANIS LYNN Newton Grove

KENNER, NANCY GRACE High Point

KERLEY, JO NELL Mooresville

KEZIAH, MICHAEL WAYNE Gastonia

KILBY, ANN J. Bath

KILLEBREW, JAMES CLYDE Fountain

KILLIAN, SANDRA JUANITA Salisbury

KINGREY, ROBERT NEAL Greenville

KNOTT, STEPHEN EDWIN Oxford

KNOWLES, RODNEY LEE New Bern

KOONCE, SIDNEY GALE Rocky Mount

KYLES, DON PAUL Maiden

LACKEY, KATHERINE CAROL Hormony

LAKIN, GARY EDWARD Portsmouth, Va.

LAMBERT, JUDITH ANN Fayetteville

LANCASTER, CHARLES G., JR. Windsor

LANCASTER, MARY JO Windsor

LAND, SYBLE LINDSEY Oak City

LANGDON, RUBY JELYNN Smithfield

LANIER, JOSEPH WILLIAM Wilmington

LARSON, GERALD THOMAS Forrest City, Iowa

LASSITER, SHELDON RAY Gattesville

LATTA, MARY KATHERINE Oxford

LAWRENCE, P. ELIZABETH Sanford

LAYNE, FRANK DOW Smithfield

LEE, CLYDE EDWARD Fayetteville

Juniors

Outside the College Union was a fa- vorite meeting spot in warmer days.

284






LEE, DEANYE GRACE Pikeville

LEE, DOLORIS PATRICIA Polkton

LEE, MARGIE FAYE Deep Run

LEE, SUDIE MAE Williamston

LEE, VICKIE LOU Coats

LEE, ZEPLIN SANFORD Lovittown, Pa.

LAFAVOR, MARSHALL WADE Bayside, Va.

LEGGETT, HURBERT K., JR. Greenville

LENTZ, PATRICIA ANN Hickory

LEWIS, EVELYN FRANCES Cascade, Va.

LEWIS, JIMMY WAYNE Greenville

LINDSEY, VIVIAN WYNNE Plymouth

liNEBACK, NEAL GAMBILL Winston Salem

LINEBERRY, CURTIS WAYNE Ramseur

LISK, RONALD CRAIG Swansboro

UTCHFIELD, FLORENCE HEWETT Aurora

LITTLETON, JESSE FITZHUGH Swansboro

LOFTIN. MARY FARRIOR Mount Olive

LONG, LINDA KATHRYN Rockingham

LOVIC, ROBERT HENRY Savannah, Tenn.

LOY, NEIL E. Pantego

LUCAS, JACK WOODARD Emporia, Va.

LUTES, JOSEPH KENT Vear, Del.

LYNCH, PRISCILLA FAYE Roanoke Rapids, Va.

LYON, MARTHA JANE Durham

McCAIN LELIA CAROLE Waxhaw

McCANLESS, ROBERT LEE, II Salisbury

McCANTS, FLOYD WILLIAM Wyoming, Del.

McCORKLE, L. SARA Raleigh

McCULLEN, CAROL LOUISE Clinton

McCULLEN, SHIRLEY JEAN Clinton

McDONALD, WILLIAM EDGAR Southern Pines

McDUFFIE, MARY JUDITH Greenville

McGEE, NAHTAN EUGENE Conover

McGHEE, RAYMOND CLINTON RALEIGH

McHUGH, MARY JANE Jacksonville

McPHERSON, JERRY Chadborne

McQUEEN, DONALD RAY Whiteville

MACKEY, THOMAS D. Bethesoa, Md.

MAHAFFEY, CHARLES EDWARD Elizabeth City

MALLISON, CLYDE THOMAS, JR. Greenville

MALONEY, MILLARD DANIEL Norfolk, Va.

MANCINI, RAYMOND LANDIS Wilmington, Del.

MANN, CECELIA GAYLE Midway Park

MARSH, JOANN New Bern

MARSHBURN, JAMES EDGAR Vass

MARTIN, WILUAM LYNWOOD Fieldale, Va.

MASON, JIMMIE EDWARD Apex

MATTHEWS, BETTY CRAFT Clinton

MATTHEWS, JOHN VIVIAN, JR. Hertford

285






MATTHEWS, RANDALL RAY Linden

MAUNEY, MARY EVELYN Shelby

MAXWELL, OSCAR B., JR. Stedman

MAY, CELIA PITTS Bailey

MAY, CLELLON DUKE, JR. Southern Pines

MAY, MARY NAN Maury

MEADOWS, SARAH KATHRYN Hookerton

MENEFEE, ROBERT MERCER, JR. Arlington, Va.

MEREDITH, WILLIAM BANKHEAD, JR. Virginia Beach, Va.

MEWBORN, SALLIE M. Grifton

MICOL, JANET MARIE Valdese

MILLER, JERRY THOMAS Benson

MILLS, BERNARD DEAN Henderson

MILLS, HAROLD JASON Greenville

MILLS, LINDA GAY Greenville

MIMS, RICHARD LEE Alesandria, Va.

MINTZ, EDWARD FRANKLYN Bolivia

MITCHELL, MARGARET JOYCE Greensboro

MIZELL, ARLEN EUGENE Williamston

MIZELL, EDWARD THOMAS Durham

MONK, MARIANNE Ahoskie

MOODY, JOAN FRANCES Bon Air, Va.

MOORE, BOBBY LEE Havelock

MOORE, CHARLES HENRY Greenville

MOORE, EMILY LOU Rocky Mount

MOORE. JERRY WALTER Raleigh

MOORE, KENNETH EUGENE Winston Salem

MOORE, MARY LEE Charlotte

MOORIS, DEETTA JORDAN Apex

MORRIS. JEAN CARRELL Elizabeth City

MORRIS, ROY LEE Denton

MORSE, PEGGY ANN Rockingham

MORTON, WAYNE KELLUM Jacksonville

MOWERY, BRENDA SUE High Point

MUELLER, RAYMOND BENEDICT Kresson, N.J.

MUMFORD, MARY HELEN Kinston

MURRAY, THOMAS WAVELL Spray

NALL, ATHA ANN Greenville

NANCE, ROBERT ALFRED Charlotte

NASH, PHYLLIS DEAN Montoe

NEAL, RONNIE LANE Walkertown

NESBITT, NANCY DIANNE Black Mountain

NICHOLAS, JOHN LEONARD Hampton, Va.

NICHOLES, JAMES WILLIS Bassett, Va.

NOBLE, GLENDA SUE Deep Run

NORTON, JERRY LEE Greenville

NORWOOD, G. CARROLL Black Mountain

OAKES, KATHRYN ELIZABETH Greenville

OAKLEY, WILLIAM JAMES Capeville, Va.

O'BRIEN. DONALD R. Oxford

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juniors

EAST CAROLINIAN staff members, Donna Bingham and Keith Hobbs "get acquainted" at the beginning of the '61- '62 school year.

PENUEL, ELTON RAY Goldsboro

PEOPLES, JO ANN Fayetteville

PERGERSON, BARBARA ANN Franklinton

PIERCE, MARY CAROLYN Maysville

PLASTER, PAULA FAITH Patrick Springs, Va.

PLEASANTS, JAMES LAWRENCE Louisburg

POLK, JACQUELINE JUSTINE Plymouth

POPE, JANIE ELIZABETH Lucama

PORTER, SANDRA CAROLYN Elizabeth City

POWELL, SAMUEL FLETCHER Garner

OGBURN, TIMOTHY CLIFTON Garner

OLIVER, BARBARA ANN Princeton

O'NEAL, DOUGLAS MURRY Pantego

OWENS, CAROL ANN Plymouth

PARKER, DOUGLAS CANADY Hubert

PARKER, JOAN LUCILLE Southern Pines

PARKER, REBECCA ANNE Benson

PARROTT, LUCY MERLE Creedmoor

PARSONS, JULIA ANN Greenville

PATE, MARVIN CLAYTON Pikeville

PATRICK, GEORGE CALAWAY, JR. New Bern

PAUL, BEY PEARSALL Rocky Point

PAUL, ELAINE MAYO Aurora

PEEDIN, MERLIN ALBERT, JR. Princeton

PENN, ALAN TERRENCE Richmond, Va.

PENUEL, ELTON RAY Goldsboro

PEOPLES, JO ANN Fayetteville

PERGERSON, VARBARA ANN Franklinton

PIERCE, MARY CAROLYN Maysville

PLASTER, PAULA FAITH Patrick Springs, Va.

PLEASANTS, JAMES LAWRENCE Louisburg

POLK, JACQUELINE JUSTINE Plymouth

POPE, JANIE ELIZABETH Lucama

PORTER, SANDRA CAROLYN Elizabeth City

POWELL, SAMUEL FLETCHER Garner

PROCTOR, KENNETH RAY Statonsburg

PULLEY, CHARLES OWEN Kittrell

PURVIS, REBECCA ANN Farimont

PURVIS, STANLEY LEROY Greenville

QUICK, BILLY NORRIS Oxford

QUICK, ELEANOR GLYNNE Clio, S.C.

QUILLIN, RAYMOND THOMAS, III Ocean City, Md.

RACKLEY, WILLIAM EARL Goldsboro

RAWLS, CLAUNCE ARTHUR Washington

RAY, PANSY BERONICA Lumberton

RAY, WILLUM J. Wadesboro

RAYNOR, CONNIE McNEIL Beulaville

RAYNOR, HUGH SAUNDERS Williamston

RAYNOR, REBECCA JEAN Wallace

READ, ROSE PETTUS Louisburg

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REAVES, ELIZABETH DAWN Roanoke Rapids

REDFERN, JUDY ELIZABETH Albemarle

REECE, JERRY PATRICIA Hendersonville

REGISTER, ROGER VINCENT Turkey

REID, WILSON DOYLE Roanoke Rapids

RESPISS, JOHN HENRY, III Washington

RHEM, JULIAN DANIEL, JR. Washington

RHODES, GEORGE BUTLER Windsor

RIDDICK, ANNIE MARIE Hobbsville

RIDDLE. VIVIAN LUCILLE Asheville

ROBERSON, ELEANOR GRACE Robersonville

ROBERSON, M. CAROLINE Robersonville

ROBERTS, CHARLES BROWN Washington

ROBERTS, SIGNA FAYE Newport

ROBERTSON, BEN DOUGLAS Littleton

ROBINSON, DOUGLAS CARTER Roxboro

ROEBUCK, ELIZABETH SUTTON Greenville

ROGERS, JO ANN WiUiamstnn

ROGERS, RETHA ELIZABETH Greenville

ROGERS. SARA LOUISE Greenville

ROSE, WANDA ELAINE Pantego

ROUSE, GEORGE DANIEL Newport News, Va.

ROWE, CLAIBORNE CARR, JR. Ahoskie

ROWE, JIMMY WADE Maysville

ROYSTER, ELIZABETH CAROL Stem

RUSS. PHOEBE DE.ANE Longwood

RYAN, BARBARA ANN Roanoke Rapids

SANDERS, JA.MES WALKER Rose Hill

SANDERS, PRISCILLA AGNES Laurel Hill

SARASKE, ROSALIND DEANNE Spring Lake

SCHWAB, BARBARA JEANNE Garden City, N. Y.

SCOTT, ADAM DVANE Winterville

SCOTT, GEORGE MUSGRAVE Elizabeth City

SCOTT, JANICE ANN Kenly

SCOTT, JIMMY ALLEN Asheboro

SCOTT, LLOYD EDWIN Stantonsburg

SCOTT, RUTH BLANTON Wilmington

SEAGROVES, EDWARD ONCO Apex

SESSOMS, MARY LINDA Windsor

SEYMOUR, CHARLES BERNARD Camden

juniors

The snows never seemed to stop Dr. Lowery as she pedaled her way to Graham each day for classes.

288






SHAKELFORD, LARRY WAYNE Aurora

SHACKLEY, ALAN HOWARD Moyock

SHARBER, JUNE LOUISE Elizabeth City

SHEARIN, MIRIAM KAYE Rocky Mount

SHEPHERD, WOODROW WINDER Wilmington, Del.

SHIRLEY, BARBARA JANE Goldsboro

SHUMAN, JAMES FRANKLIN Charlotte

SIMMONS, LYNDA ANN Hampstead

SKINNER, FREDDIE E. Ayden

SKIPPER, ANNIE MARGARET Whiteville

SKIPPER, LINDA KAY Mount Olive

SMITH, AMBLICK THOMAS hubert

SMITH, BELINDA CAROL Greenville

SMITH, BETTY STEVENS Sanford

SMITH, CHARLES MARSHALL Henderson

SMITH, CLENTON JAMES Newport News. Va.

SMITH, DAVID MERWIN, JR. Whiteville

SMITH, FRANKLIN PEARCE Fayetteville

SMITH, JUDITH FAYE Rocky Mount

SMITH, MARY EMMA Ash

SMITH, RICHARD ALLEN Kelly

SMITH, SANDRA ELLEN Goldsboro

SMITH, TERRENCE HENRY Wilmington

SMITH, TOM C. Greensboro

SOUTH, GEORGE FRANKLIN Hatteras

SPECKMAN, ELEANOR MARY Charlotte

SPELL, ALFRED REGINALD Greenville

SPENCER, ROMULUS SANDERSON, JR. Engelhard

SPIVEY, JIMMY WARD Tabor City

STANCIL, GEORGE WILEY Greenville

STANLEY, NANCY ANN Clarendon

STANLEY, MARTHA LEE Wilmington

STANLEY, OZELLA RICH Magnolia

STATON, BARBARA SAULTER New Bern

STATON, JOHN MOORE, JR. Beaufort

STANTON, BODDY Cassatt, S. C.

STARR, ALICE BLANCHARD Creswell

STEEN, G. MARVIN Dagsboro, Del.

STEINBECK, H. FRANKLIN, JR. Greenville

STEINBERG, MARTIN P. Wallingford, Pa.

STEPHENS, MARY HELEN Willow Springs

STEVENS, RICHARD SADLER Whiteville

STEVENSON, THOMAS CAMPBELL, JR. Henderson

STEWART, JAMES NEIL, JR. Wilmington

STEWART, ROBERT EARLE New Bern

STOKES, PAUL RANDALL Grifton

STONE, CECIL LEE Bassett, Va.

STOTESBURY, NANCY GRAY New Holland

STOTT, JUDY LEE Hampton, Va.

STOUT, JAMES H. Haw River

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STRAWBRIDGE, JAMES MURRY Williamston

STREET, LINDA SUE Rocky Mount

SULLIVAN, BRENDA FAYE Pikeville

SUMMERLIN, NORMA CAROLE Mount Olive

SUMMERLIN, SHELDON ALEXANDER Asheville

SUMMERS, MERLE THOMAS Raleigh

SUTTON, BRENDA K. Fountain

SUTTON, JOSEPH ALLEN Warsaw

SUTTON, MARGARET FRANCES Calypso

SUTTON, WILLIAM LEROY Elizabeth City

SUTTON, WILLIAM RANDOLPH, JR. Wilmington

TABOR, FRANK BENJAMIN, JR. Hampton, Va.

TALTON, JAMES EVANS Atlantic Beach

TANNER, BLARNIE THOMAS Rocky Mount

TART, MARY GAIL Dunn

TAYLOR, C. NEWASSA Oxford

TAYLOR, JERRY WEST Kinston

TAYLOR, JUNE HARPER Kinston

TAYLOR, SAMUEL BILLY Spring Hope

TEACHEY, GEORGE RALPH Goldsboro

TEACHEY, HATTIE MAE Wallace

TEMME, JAMES W. Sanford

THOMAS, JO BETH Springfield, Va.

THOMAS, JUDITH CARLENE Beulaville

THOMPSON, JENNY LYNN Greenville

THOMPSON, MYRA ELLEN Princeton

THOMPSON, SANDRA LEE Greenville

THOMPSON, THOMAS JEFFREY Princeton

THORNTON, LINDA LEE Ahoskie

THORPE, JAMES ALEXANDER Rocky Mount

TILLEY, ADOLPHUS LINWOOD, III Rocky Mount

TILLEY. ROBERT COX Greenville

TODD. JEAN SINK Thomasville

TOLER, PAMELA JEAN Washington

TOWE, JOSEPHINE DAVIS Hartford

TROUTMAN, WILLIAM ALFRED Williamsburg, Va.

TROWER, WILLIAM WALLACE Great Falls. Va.

TRUEBLOOD, DOTTIE BELL Goldsboro

TRUESDALE, JUANITA SUSANNE Alexandria, Va.

TURNER, NANCY ELAINE Lewes, Del.

TYLER, MARTHA E. Greensboro

TYNDALL, EDITH GRAY Dunn

TYNDALL, EDITH JEAN Fremont

VASHAW, VOLNEY HARWARD Durham

VAUGHAN, BRENDA G. Raleigh

VAUGHAN, CHARLES LEIGH Greenville

VAUGHAN, NANCY CAROLYN Wake Forest

VOGEL, WILLIAM CHARLES New Bern

WSDE, NANCY LEE Henderson

WALL, BRENDA JOYCE Winterville

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Juniors

Could anything be better than Miss Gwen Potter's coffee break?

WALL, WELDON TEXAS Monroe

WALLACE, SYLVIA ANN Bath

WALLACE, THOMAS LANIER Wilmington

WAMSLEY, ALFRED JOSEPH, JR. Tarboro

WARD, JAMES KIRBY Rocky Mount

WARD, LEROY Nakina

WASHER, ROBERT JAMES Merrick, N. Y.

WATERS, JESSE BURL Pinetown

WATERS, SIMON JOSEPH, JR. Greenville

WATERS, WILEY MOYE, JR. Winterville

WATSON, BRETT T. Darlington Heights, Va.

WATSON, MILLARD RAY Goldsboro

WATSON, SAM LEROY, JR. Goldsboro

WATSON, WINSTEAD EARL Kenly

WAUGHTEL, CHARLES EDWARn Red Lion, Pa.

WEAVER, MAURICE ALLEN Varina

WEATHERLY, LARRY KEITH Hamlet

WEBER, ANN KINGMAN Lumber Bridge

WEBSTER, KENNETH IRVIN Shannon

WEEKS, CLARENCE JOHNSON, JR. Whitakers

WELCH, SYLVESTER BURDITT, III Arlington, Va.

WEST, MATILDA TART Roseboro

WEST, PAUL DUVAL Fayetteville

WESTBROOK, J. B. Newton Grove

WHEATLEY, JAMES ROLEN, JR. Beaufort

WHITE, MARIAN CAROL Hobgood

WHITE, SARA LOU Windsor

WHITEHURST, SHIRLEY BROWN Stokes

WHITEHURST, WILLARD T., JR. Bethel

WHITFIELD, DAVID LEE Kinston

WHITFIELD, R. GERALDINE Moutn Olive

WHITLOW, MARTHA LEIGH Lexington

WIGGS, ARITTA KAY Selma

WIGGS, ELTON EDWIN Princeton

WILLETS, DORIS ANN Morganton

WILLIAMS, CHARLES OWEN Newton Grove

WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH Milton

WILLIAMS, HILDA ELIZABETH Tarboro

WILLIAMS, LEON MATTHEW Princeton

WILLIAMS, LEWERENCE WADE Wilmington

291






WILLIAMS, MARION KAYE Hillsboro

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM HARVEY Robersonville

WILKINSON, CHARLES WATKINS, JR. Oxford

WILLIS, GLENDA LEE Stacy

WILLIS, WILLIAM HENRY New Bern

WILSON, WAYLON LLOYD Sanford

WINSTEAD, JACKIE MARIE Franklinton

WITHERSPOON, ROBERT FRED Peachland

WOODBURY, EDGAR MAX Wilmington

WOODSON, JEAN PAIGE Fayetteville

WOOLARD, MOYE WAYNE Washington

WORLEY, EDWARD DIXON III Greenville

WORSLEY, SAMUEL M. Oak City

WORTHINGTON, IRMA SUE Winterville

WORTHINGTON, MARY ANN Winterville

WRIGHT, NANCY MARTHA Henderson

WYATT, CLAUDE WAYNE Portsmouth, Va.

WYNN, CAROLYN JOYCE Henderson

WYNNE, VERNICE JANE Stokes

YEOMANS, DANIEL W. Hakers Island

YOUNG, DANIEL WRIGHT Youngsville

YOUNG, WILLIAM FOSTER Greenville

YOUNT, PHILLIP HAROLD Bolivia

ZEBLEY, ROBERT STANLEY Wilmington, Del.

Homecoming crowds reached a new height when the 1961 Dixie Days festivities reigned.

Diana Canady is truly one of ECC's great "snowballers." She was but one of the many who used the snow to an ad- vantage.

juniors

292






Sophmore Class Officers

BILL EYERMAN President

BILLY BRASWELL Vice-President

MARGARET ADKINS Secretary

KAREN KAST Treasurer

BRENDA REGES Senator

293






ADAMS, ALLEN McCRARY Mount Olive

ADAMS, VIVIAN Wilmington, Del.

ADCOCK, EDNA ROSE Oxford

ADCOCK, ELIZABETH ANN Rowland

ADCOX, VIRGINIA CLYDE Fayetteville

ADKINS, MARGARET ANN Rocky Mount

ADLER, LOUIS FOXMAN Tarboro

ALBERTSON, LINDA CAROL Beulaville

ALDRIDGE, CAROL ELAINE Harrisburg

ALDRIDGE, WANDA JEAN Washington

ALFORD, JAMES BASS Wilson

ALFORD, WINNIE EVELYN Whitakers

ALLEN, ARLENE Newport News, Va.

ALLEN, JO ANN Mebane

ALLISON, JAMES RICHARD Reidsville

ALLSBROOK, PAMELA KAY Scotland Neck

ANDERSON. JOHNNY YOUNG Marion

ANDERSON, WILEY ROADRICK Fountain

ANDLETON, ANNIE JANE Hampton, Va.

ANDREA, JUDITH MICHAEL Alexandria, Va.

ANDREWS, JAMES TRACY Liberty

ANDREWS, LINDA JO Clinton

ANDY, CAROLYN ANNE Tarawa Terrace

ARMSTRONG, KAYE ESTEZ Ahoskie

ARM.STRONG, LINDA GAIL Portsmouth, Va.

ARNOULT, JOSEPH HENRY Martinsville, Va

ARTHUR, CHARLES L. Kinston

ASHLEY, NADEAN LEE Timberlake

ASKEW, NORLEEN EMELINE Colerain

ATKINS, CHARLES ROBERT, III Greensboro

ATKINSON, MYRA GAIL Kenly

AUSTIN, DAWN ELIZABETH High Point

AYCOCK, GEORGE ALAN Goldsboro

AYERS, FRED DALBERG Elizabeth

BACEN, LEE H. Dalem, N.J.

BAILEY, ARTHUR M. Raleigh

BAILEY, NANCY R. Raleigh

BAILEY, OTIS TALMADGE Graham

BAILEY, SANFORD WALTER Wake Forest

BAKER, JO ANN Washington

BAKER, RITA WILSON Gates

BARBER, CLARENCE WILBERT Mount Olive

BARCLAY, NORMAN DAVID East Point, Ga.

BARCO, BARBARA GAYE Grandy

BARNES, KENNETH TOSTOE Jacksonville

BARNHILL, DONNYE VIVAN Battleboro

BARROW, DAVID DANIEL Snow Hill

BARROW, DONALD NEIL Goldsboro

BASS, LYNWOOD ANDERSON, JR. Wilson

BASS, MINNIE FRANCES Goldsboro

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BATCHELOR, BARBARA JO Nashville

BATEMAN, JAMES HAROLD, JR. Danville, Va.

BATEMAN, TOPPER W. Belhaven

BEACH, LILLIAN Fort Myer Va.

BEAMAN, CECIL WOOD Snow Hill

BECK, CAROLYN VIRGINIA Zebulon

BEDSWORTH, SARITA Morehead City

BELCHE, JUDITH FAYE Castalia

BELL, CLARA BENNETTE Rocky Mount

BELL, DIANE LYNN Kinston

BENDER, RALPH ANDREW Jacksonville

BENMOUYAL, PIERRE P. Casablanca, Morocco

BENNETT, BRYAN C. Beyside, Va.

BENNETT, ELIZABETH ANN Ayden

BENNETT, JAYNE GUNNELL Elizabethtown

BENSON, JIMMY CARLTON Clayton

BERRY, JOHN RAY Morganton

BIGGS, JUDY LOUISE Rocky Mount

BIGGS, RITTIE JEAN Williamston

BIVINS, AGNES CAROLYN Hillsboro

Sophomore

Male students found it was no task to register during Fall Quarter, even without coeds registering at the same time.

BLACK, EDWARD MANFORD Greensboro

BLACK, SANDRA KAY Fayetteville

BLACKLEY, LAVERNE Durham

BLACKWELDER, CHARLES RICHARD Hillsboro

BLACKWELL, E. NORMAN Draper

BLAKE, AMELIA VAUGHN Fayetteville

BLAND, SUE ANN Kinston

BLANTON, GARY C. Kings Mountain

BLANTON, JAMES CORDELL Kings Mountain

BLIZZARD, JOYCE ANN Beulaville

BLYTHE, MARGARET EUZABETH Seaboard

BOBBITT, JOAN FRANCES Rocky Mount

BONNEN, MICAJAH MIXON Greenville

BOONE, H. CHESTER Gates

BOTELER, EDWARD MORTIMORE, JR. Jacksonville

BOWERS, DAN LEWIS Norlina

BOYD, BILLIE BURCHAM Durham

BOYD, JACKY DALE Arapahoe

BOYD, PATRICIA ANN Winston-Salem

BRADFORD, ANNE HARVEY Fayetteville

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BRADLEY, DAVID JOHNSON Benson

BRADLEY, SANDRA WRAY Tarboro

Sophomores

BRANCH, ROBERT CLINTON, III Rocky Mount

BRANDON, ELIZABETH R. Wilson

BRANNON, ELIZABETH KAY Sanford

BRANNON, JOSEPH PALMER Sanford

Well-balanced meals can always be found in one of our four cafeterias.

BRANTLEY, CORNELIUS FRANCIS Bunn

BRASWELL, BILLY EDMUND Pine Level

BRAXTON, JULIA CAROLYN Oak City

BREWER, DONALD LEE Star

BREWER, HILDA MARIE Clinton

BREWER, UNDA ELAINE Siler City

BREWER, RICK DOUGLAS Belleville, N. J.

BRIGHT, NORMA FAYE Elizabeth City

BRILEY, LENNON GLENN Greenville

BRINKLEY, WILLIAM EARL, JR. Greenville

BRINN, JACK ELLIOTT, JR. Hertford

BRINSON, DOROTHY LARUE New Bern

BRISSON, JUDY HESTER Bladenboro

BRITT, HENRY VANN Clinton

BRITT, NETTIE SUE Bladenboro

BROOKS, CAROLYN ELIZABETH Oxford

BROOME, DONNA MARIE Tarboro

BROWN, BEN GOODWIN Tarboro

BROWN, CLAUDIA CARROLL Marshallberg

BROWN, DORA ANN Greenville

BROWN, ELIZABETH FAYE Wilson's Mills

BROWN, JOYCE ERLEAN Mooresville

BROWN, PATRICIA LOUISE Hobbsville

BROWN, WILLIAM ASHBY, JR. Tarboro

BRYANT, BETTY ELAINE Midway Park

BUCK, ROBERT THOMAS Greenville

BULLARD, JACKIE FAYE Chadbourn

BULLOCK, GEORGE MONROE Fuquay Springs

BULLOCK, JACQUELINE OLIVL\ Goldsboro

BULLOCK, MARVIN FRANKLIN ReidsviUe

BUNDY, OLA MAE Elizabeth City

BUNTING, POLLY L. Williamston

BURCH, THOMAS EARL Aulander

BURKETTE, DAVID AARON Ahoskie

BURROUGHS, DIANE FRANCES Arlington, Va.

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BURTON, WILLIAM GEORGE Hampton, Va.

BUSHBY, LYNDA JEAN Southern Pines

CAIN, ELLEN MARIE roseboro

CAIN, LINDA HARRIET Fayettesville

CAMERON, BETTY JO Saford

CAMNER, ELLEN MARILYN Atlanta, Ga.

CAMPBELL, CAROLYN ANNE Greensboro

CANEPA, JOHN COLONBUS Newport News, Va.

CANIPE, BRENDA JOYCE Rockingham

CANIPE, MICHAEL EUGENE Charlotte

CANIPE, PEGGIE JEWELL rockingham

CANNADY, DIANA GAY Ahoskie

CANNADY, SYLVIA DELORES roseboro

CANNON, WILLIAM E. New Bern

CANTRELL, HENRY BECKER Morganton

CAROON, NATHAN ALTON Aydlett

CARRAWAY, KENNETH L. Norfolk, Va.

CARROLL, ELIZABETH Winterville

CARTER, HELON GRACE Pink Hills

CASEY, BENJAMIN HORACE, JR. Goldsboro

CASEY, PEGGY MARIE Kinston

CASH, PEGGY MORRIS Youngsville

CASSICK, CAROL ALLEN Greenville

CASTELLOE, MARY CAROLINE Windsor

CATES, EDITH ANNE Tarboro

CAUDILL, SUE CAROL Star

CAYTON, ELIZABETH OLIVER Turkey

CHALK, DENISE RHYNE Moyock

CHEEK, WESLEY BAXTER Rockingham

CHESHIRE, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR. Plymouth

CHESSON, LELA HARRELL Williamston

CHESTNUTT, SYLVIA IRENE Magnolia

CHIARENZA, ANTHONY AMERICO Brooklyn, N. Y.

CHRISMAN, GARY BLAINE McLean, Va.

CHRISTESEN, ROBERT CURRIER Washington, D. C.

CLARK, THURMAN LEE Grimesland

CLARK, WILLARD JAMES, JR. Bonlee

CLARKE, MARILYN GAYLE Albemarle

CLEGG, PHILLIP GEORGE Durham

CUFTON, SUSAN ROYALL Faison

CLINARD, R. NOLAN High Point

COBB, SANDRA LORRAINE Merry Hill

COCHRANE, ALICE JUANITA Weldon

COMBS, LeANNE Dover

COMER, JULIA E. Cameron

COMPTON, NANCY GAYLE Sanford

CONDER, ANNE RUSSELL Swansboro

CONNELL, JOHN MARTIN Raleigh

COOPER, SANDRA FAYE Salisbury

COPELAND, JULIA MILLER Merry Hill

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COPELAND, NANCY JANE Greenville

COPPLE, RICHARD LEE Greenwood, Del.

CORBETT. JAMES RUSSELL Newport News. Va.

COTTEN. NANCY BOYD Scotland Neck

COURIE, JANIECE LATEETY Kinston

COX, BEVERLY BARRETT, III Newport News, Va.

COX, CAROL ROSE North Wilkesboro

COX, RONNIE HURST Winterville

COX, STANLEY WILSON Sanford

COX, THOMAS EARLE, III Arlington, Va.

COZART, HATTIE FRANCES Greenville

CRAWLEY, GLORIA JANE Ayden

CROCKER, SYLVIA ANN Henderson

CROSS, JAMES LAWRENCE Hubert

CROUSE, LINDA CAROL Greensboro

CRUMPLER, DOUGLAS LAMAR Clinton

CRUTCHLOW, ELLA SUE Suffolk, Va.

CULLIPHER, LOUIS ARNOLD Celerain

CUMMINS, ROMA LEE Mooresville

DALLAS, GARLAND SANFORD, JR. Roxboro

DANIEL, BETTY BROOKS Roxboro

DANIEL, RUTH CARL Henderson

DARDEN, THOMAS SIDNEY Faison

DAVENPORT. JANE PAGE Washington

DAVIS, ANDREW MARTIN, III Richmond, Va.

DAVIS, CHARLES MICHAEL Seven Springs

DAVIS, EDGAR QUINTON Hamilton

DAVIS, JANICE FAYE Rocky Mount

DAVIS, MARGARET CARLEEN Huntersville

DAVIS, PATRICIA MAXINE Beaufort

DAVIS, PEGGY LEVERNE Louisburg

DAVIS, SUSANNE TELFAIR Wilson

DAWSON, DUMAS HALDENE Dunn

DEARING, BETTY ANN Portsmouth, Va.

DeBERRY, VICTOR ANN Roanoke Rapids

DeBURHL, CAROLYN FAYE Kinston

DENNIS, DAVID BOYETTE Norfolk. Va.

DENTON, BOBBY LEE Rocky Mount

DERCOLE, PATRICIA ANN Clifton Heights, Pa.

DICKENS, DONALD CLEVELAND Enfield

DICKENS, DONNA YVONNE Fuquay Springs

DICKENS, GWENDOLYN ANNE Roanoke Rapids

DILDAY, JAMES EARL Ahoskie

DIXON, ANNIE LAURA Oxford

DOLLYHIGH, SANDY LEE Asheboro

DOUGLAS, BETSY CAROLE Salisbury

DOWD, CAROLYN ANN Bear Creek

DRAPER, JOHN ROBERT Suffolk. Va.

DUDLEY, ROBERT LEE, JR. Norfolk, Va.

DUKE, JOSEPH BENJAMIN Washington

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DUNCAN, NENA BALLARD Greenville

DUNN, EDWARD KENT, JR. Rocky Mount

DUNN, LEVON Conway, S. C.

EAKES, BEVERLY KINTON Jacksonville

EARLY, JAMES B., III Madison, Va.

EASON, TIMOTHY GRAY Jacksonville

EATMON, VELMA RUTH Menola

EDGERTON, LOIS Kenly

EDWARDS, HOYT LEE Franklinton

EDWARDS, JAMES PRESTON Smithfield

EDWARDS, JOHN KEEN Martinsville, Va.

EFLAND, LINDA KATHLEEN Efland

ELAM, THOMAS HENRY Kinston

ELLEN, THOMAS JOEL Raleigh

ELLER, JERRY WAYNE Granite Quarry

ENNIS, GAY NELL Benson

ENNIS, JAMES RAY Smithfield

EPTON, SARAH KAY Red Springs

EUGLOW, JUDITH CARRIETTA Portsmouth, Va.

EVANS, CHARLOTTE MERLE Selma

EVANS, NANCY CAROLE Marshville

EVERETT, EDITH RODGERS RobersonviUe

EVERETT, WILLIAM HERMAN Hamilton

EYERMAN, WILLIAM PENN Chapel Hill

FARMER, DOTTIE JANE Greenville

FARRIOR, PATRICIA KAY Southern Pines

FELTON, CLIFTON HARRY, JR. Rocky Mount

FELTS, CAROL M. Norlina

FIPPS, LOWERY LANE Clarendon

FISH, JUDITH BARBOUR Willow Springs

FISHER, GLENN JAMES, JR. Concord

FITE, CYNTHIA DIANE Belmont

FITZGIBBON, SANDRA LOUISE Southern Pines

FLOWERS, LINDA BERTA Wilson

FLOYD, JOHN WALSH Lumberton

FOGLEMAN, BETTY JEAN Butner

FORBES, LYLE OTIS Shawboro

FORBES, PATTIE JEANETTE Elizabeth City

FORBIS, ANNIE LEE Greensboro

FOREHAND, BILLIE FAYE Shiloh

Sophomores

Those long lines headed for classes often had as many umbrellas as per- sons in them on snow days.

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FOSTER, DUDLEY DAVIS Kinston

FRANKLIN, BEN HILL High Point

FRANKLIN, CHARLES ROBERT Kinston

FRANKLIN, JAMES PRENTICE Gastonia

FRAZIER, STEVE E. Charlotte

FREEMAN, E. CAROLYN Bladenboro

FRIEDKIN, JUDITH C. Chester, Pa.

FROST, JERYL DAVID Norfolk, Va.

FULFORD, JERRY PAYNE Beaufort

FULLER, HARTWELL H., JR. Pinetops

FUSSELL, DAVID GEDDIE Rose Hill

FUTCH, ELLEN CARYL Burgaw

GAINEY, NELLIE HOLMES Beaufort

GALLOWAY, FRANKIE JEROME Wilson

GARDNER, MARY JANICE Oak Ridge

GARNER, NANCY ELIZABETH Roanoke Rapids

GARRETT, BARBARA INEZ Bath

GARRETT, ROBERT EDWARD Norlfok, Va.

GARRIS, CHERRY ARBOR Williamston

GARRISS, MARCUS ALTON, JR. Weldon

Sophomores

Dances proved to be the most popular form of recreation during Orientation Week.

GARTMAN, LAURA URQUAART Portsmouth. Va.

GASKINS, NANCY FAYE Enfield

GAY, BRENDA MARTIN Zebulon

GERLINGER, MARTHA DAWN Rocky Mount

GIBSON, MATTIE JEAN Halifax

GIBSON, PAUL BRYAN High Point

GILBERT, NANCY LOU Union Level, Va.

GILBERT VIOLET MADLYN Tazewell, Tenn.

GILLIKIN, THOMAS DUDLEY Newport

GITELSON, ELAINE LESLIE Durham

GLENN, MARY LEE Hertford

GLOSSON, LORETTA JANE Burlington

GLOVER, DOROTHY LYNN Wilson

GOBALD, MARION BOYD Cheraw, S. C.

GODWIN, JUDITH ANN Willow Springs

GODWIN, RONNIE LEWIS Lillington

GODWIN, WILLIAM LAWRENCE Clayton

GOODWIN, WILLIAM CARROLL, JR. Greenville

GOULD, PAUL RAYMOND, JR. Norfolk, Va.

GRADY, LINDA FAYE Kinston

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GRADY, SHELBA JEAN Deep Run

GRANT, GERALD LEE Goldsboro

GRAVES, LORA ANN Snow Camp

GRAY, HELEN JEANNETTE LaGrange

GREEN, VIRGINIA ANN Greenville

GREENWELL, ANNE BATCHELOR Jacksonville

GRIFFIN, ELBERT SHANNON Williamston

GRIFFIN, MINNIE VIRGINIA Williamston

GRIFFITH, GEORGE L. Kannapolis

GRIGGS, CARL THOMAS Winston-Salem

GROET, DOROTHY ANNE Grifton

GROVE, RONNIE HUNTER Scotland Neck

GUPTON, EVELYN MAE Louisburg

GUPTON, JO ANN Louisburg

GURKIN, MILDRED JOAN Washington

GURLEY, LINDA PEARL Princeton

GURLEY, MELBA PATE New Bern

GUTHRIE, CHARLES EDWARD Yanceyville

GWYN, VAUGHN MONROE Mount Airy

HADDAD, SLUM JOHN Washington, D. C.

HALL, BONNIE JEANETTE Fayetteville

HALL, CLAUDE MICHAEL Bassett, Va.

HALL, EDWIN STARKEY Washington

HALL, MILDRED PATTON Spring Lake

HALL, ROY WARREN Wilmington

HAMBY, GEORGE ANDY Fayetteville

HAMILTON, VIOLET F. Harkers Island

HAMMOND, LUCY OLIVIA New Bern

HANSON, LINDA SUE Athens, Ga.

HARDESTY, LINDA Newport

HARDIN, PATRICIA Orrum

HARDISON, JOHN CLARENCE, JR. Teachey

HARDISON, ROBERT BRYAN New Bern

HARDY, BRENDA KAYE New Bern

HARRELL, BENNIE GERALD Greenville

HARRELL, LEE LANG Greenville

HARRELL, LINFORD LOY Barhamsville, Va.

HARRELL, RACHEL MARIE Tarboro

HARRELSON, NANCY DELL Tabor City

HARRIS, BRENDA JOYCE Greenville

HARRIS, HAYWOOD DENARD Greenville

HARRIS, HERBERT BAXTER Elizabeth City

HARRIS, JEANETTE L. Williamston

HARRIS, PHIUP SOUSA, JR. Rocky Mount

HARRIS, RUTH JOYCE Greensboro

HARRIS, YVONNE OLIVLA Franklinton

HARRISON, LEAMON WILSON LaGrange

HARRISON, RAYMOND H. Grifton

HART, CORA CAROLYN Grifton

HASKINS, DAVID A. Newark Valley, N. Y.

301






HATCH, BARBARA GAIL San Francisco, Cal.

HATHAWAY, GEORGE LEROY Clinton

HATTEM, ALICE CBRUNT Williamston

HAWKINS, CLEVELAND MELVIN Roanoke Rapids

HAWKINS, RALPH MONTEL Ettrick, Va.

HAYNES, LOLA ROUSE Kinston

HEATH, LINDA KATHERINE Delco

HELMS, MARTIN RONALD Charlotte

HEMBY, MARTHA EUZABETH Kinston

HENDERSON, WILLEEN RUTLEDGE Charlotte

HENDRICKS, JACQUELINE FAYE Nashville

HENSLEY, CAROLYN JO Marion

HENSON, CAROLYN KAYE Thomasville

HERRING, BOBBY RAY Goldsboro

HESTER, ROBERT LLOYD Bladenboro

HICKS, HOWARD MASON High Point

HICKS, TOMMY JOEL Asheboro

HIGGINS, JERRY LYNN Smithfield

HIGH, LINDA FAY Rocky Mount

HILL, BEN F. Kinston

HILL, FRANCES LEONA Goldsboro

HILL, JAMES EDGAR, III Altarista, Va.

HILL, JOHN ROBERT Kinston

HILL, LINDA SUE Deep Run

HILL, LORA ELLEN Winterville

HINTON, ROY DONALD Selma

HOBBS, BILLIE ANNE Newton Grove

HOCHMAN, JOSEPH STEPHEN Portsmouth, Va.

HODGES, WILLUM RICHARD Washington

HOELL, BETTY JEAN Greenville

HOLBERT, RICHARD MOORE Greenville

HOLLAND, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Suffolk, Va.

HOLLAND, CHUCK WILLIAM Jacksonville

HOLLEMAN, LARRY FREDERICK Willow Springs

HOLLINGSWORTH, KATHERINE ANNE Teachey

HOLTON, JAMES WOODVILLE Suffolk, Va.

HONEYCUTT, PEGGY JEAN Wilson

HONEYCUTT, REBECCA JUNE Dunn

HOOD, ROBERT MONROE Sanford

HOOKS, GEORGIA GREY WhiteviUe

HOOPER, BARBARA LEE Greenville

HORNE, EUGENE BARRON, JR. Kure Beach

HOUSTON, THOMAS KARR Long Island, N. Y.

HOWARD, PATRICIA ANN Wilson

HOWARD, RUBIE WATKINS Oxford

HOWELL, BRUCE THURMAN Gaupburg

HUDGINS, JUDY LANE Warrenton

HUDGINS, MARTHA HALL Fentress, Va.

HUDNALL, DONNA FRANCES Beaufort

HUDSON, GERALDINE Grimesland

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HUFFSTELER, SUZANNE HOUSE Newton Grove

HUGGINS, PATRICIA ANN Fort Barnwell

HUGHES, JOSEPH DENVER Farmville

HUGHES, LINDA LUCILLE Sledman

HUMPHREY, JEAN RAYE Beulaville

HUMPHREY, MARGARET ANN Dover

HUNEYCUTT, RICHARD KENDRICK Portsmouth, Va.

HUNSUCKER, SUE ELLEN Winterville

HUNT, WILLIE ALLEN Sanford

HUNTER, SHIRLEY RUTH Summerfield

HYLE, ROY ALTON, II Newport News, Va.

INGE, CLAUDE ERNEST Petersburg, Va.

INGRAM, NORMA JEAN Swansboro

IPOCK, LAURA JANE Richmond, Va.

IVEY, LARRY THOMAS Rich Square

IVEY, NORMA HARDIN Roanoke Rapids

JACKSON, JOHNNY LENAIR Roseboro

JACKSON, JOYCE LEE Greenville

JACKSON, JUDITH ANN St. Pauls

JACKSON, LEE DUNCAN Willow Springs

Sophomores

The busy spot on campus, no matter what the hour, is the soda shop.

JACKSON. RICHARD DONALD Hickory

JAMES, JOYCE ANN Wallace

JAMES, POLLY LEE Wallace

JAMES, SAMUEL ADAMS, JR. Raleigh

JARMAN, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH Kinston

JARMAN, JAMES ASHLEY Morehead City

JARRELL, CLYDE RICKEY Kernersville

JARVIS, FRANCES JEAN Elkin

JENKINS, BARBARA ALICE Wilson

JERNIGAN, CHARLES BUCK Godwin

JERNIGAN, C. FAYDENE La Grange

JOHNSON, ALICE MARIE Taylorsville

JOHNSON, ANN BLANCHE Bladenboro

JOHNSON, BARBARA ANN Salisbury

JOHNSON, BRENDA CAROLYN Four oaks

JOHNSON, CHARLES ROBERT Fayetteville

JOHNSON, JANET GAYE Benson

JOHNSON, JOSEPH DELEON Rose Hill

JOHNSON, KATHARINE E. Washington

JOHNSON, LILLIAN MAY New Bern

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Could it ... be real?

JOHNSON, MILLARD GARDNER Benson

JONES, ALMA ELIZABETH Seven Springs

JONES, ANN LANDRA JONES, FOSTER EDWARD

The play - house is often the place to find colorful subject matter for pho- tographers.

JONES, JAQUELYN MAY Suffolk, va.

JONES, JEANNETTE ANN Suffolk, Va.

Sophomores

JONES, JIMMY MARTIN Dunn

JONES, JO ANNE Clinton

JONES, JOHN TUCKER New Bern

JONES, MARY ELIZABETH Walstonburg

JONES, ROBERT ALTON Swansboro

JONES, STEPHEN THOMAS Belhaven

JORDAN, EVA DORIS Rocky Mount

JORDAN, MARSHA LEE Henderson

JOYNER, JOSEPH DONLEY Charlotte

JOYNER, KENNETH LEE Elm City

JOYNER, WILLIAM HARDING Charlotte

JUSTICE, GENE SPENCER Clayton

KAST, KAREN ELIZABETH Jacksonville

KEARSON, LAWRENCE LEE Henderson

KEENAN, ROBERT M. Burlington

KELLY, NEWTON JAY, JR. Wilmington

KENDALL, MARTHA ANN KENNEDY, CYNTHIA ALLEN KENNEDY, GERALDINE KENNEDY, PATRICIA HAMMOND

KENNEDY, SANDRA K.\Y Greenville

KENNINGTON, MARY ANNE Roxboro

KILDAY, JOHN WILLUM Alexandria, Va.

KILPATRICK, HARRY GRAHAM Teacheys

KINSEY, CHARLES RALPH, JR. Charlotte

KIVETT, ADA JANE Burlington

KIVETTE, PATRICIA HUNT Sanford

KIZER, HELEN ANN Richmond, Va.

KLINGMAN, CHARLES ROSS Raleigh

KNOWLES, RUSSELL Greenville

LACHARY, JOAN CARROLL Greensboro

LAMBERT, DENNIS KEITH Rockingham

LANCASTER, CAROLYN ROSE Castalia

LANCASTER. LARRY LEON Fayetteville

LANE, TROY LEE Washington

JONES, JACQUELYN MAY JONES, JEANETTE ANN

Reidsville Spring Lake

Suffolk, Va. Suffolk, Va.

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LANIER, HELEN ELIZABETH Oxford

LANIER, THOMAS FREDERICK Oxford

LANNING, ELISABETH KAY Mebane

LASATER, MARY ANN Durham

LASSITER, ALLEN GILBERT, JR. Scotland Neck

LASSITER, JAMES FRANKLIN Harrellsville

LASSITER, LONNIE WAYNE Gaston

LASSITER, TED ARVIN Edenton

LATON, HILDA FAYE Jackson Springs

LAWRENCE, DAVID THOMAS Franklin, Va.

LAWRENCE, HORACE G. Otway

LEARY, FRANCES PAULINE Belcross

LEDBETTER, NANCY ANN Asheville

LEE, DAVID EDWARD Smithfield

LEE, FREDDIE WOOD Benson

LEE, MARIAN GAYLE Acme

LEE, ROBERT EDWARD Elizabeth City

LEE, SYLVIA ELIZABETH Murfreesboro

LEGGETT, NANCY ANN Lumberton

LEMOND, JOHN MICHAEL Charlotte

LEWIS, JEAN CAROL Wilson

LEWIS, LARRY NORMAN Asheboro

LEWIS, LYNDA CAROLE Knightdale

LEWIS, MOLLIE JEAN Snead's Ferry

LEWIS, SUSAN MARIE Atlantic

LEWIS, WILEY HOWARD Beaufort

LILLEY, ANTHONY EVAN Williamston

LILLEY, JEANNETTE Williamston

LIPFORD, NANCY PURCELL Raleigh

LITTLE, THELMA RUTH Greenville

LIVERMAN, DONNA HOWELL Tarboro

LIVINGSTON, SARA BETH White Oak

LOCKWOOD, NANCY LOU Hampton, Va.

LOFTIN, JUDY Denton

LONG, DELAND EUGENE Rockingham

LONG, LINDA CAROLE Roxboro

LORBACHER, FREDERICK GUSTAR Raleigh

LOVE, JUDITH ELAINE Stanfield

LOVING, THOMAS FRANKLIN Cameron

LOWE, SUE SCOTT Mount Olive

LUPTON, I. REBECCA Belhaven

LYNCH, FRANCES ANNE LaGrange

LYNCH, KATHRYN MARIE Edenton

McALISTER, THOMAS EUGENE Raleigh

McBRYDE, RICHARD VINCENT, JR. Fayetteville

McCLUNG, JACK ALLEN Goldsboro

McCOTTER, RALPH HOOKER, JR. Arapahoe

McCOY, LANA KAY Midland

McDONALD, JANET ELIZABETH Lillington

McGALLIARD, JERRY GARLAND Valdese

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McGEE, JOHN HARRELSON Greenville

McGEE, THELMA ALICE Spring Lake

McILWEAN, BURNESS ANN New Bern

McINTOSH, JAMES VAN Atlantic

McKEAN, SHARON LEE Arlington, Va.

McLAMB, JOHN CHARLES Newron Grove

McLARTY, JULIA ARMINTA High Point

McLAURIN, HENRY FRANKLIN McColl, S. C.

McLAURIN, MARGARET LYNN Fayetteville

McLAWHON, CHARLOTTE RUTH Winterville

McLAWHORN, DAVID W. Ayden

McLAWHORN, JONATHAN KERRY Grifton

McPHAIL, BILLIE CAROLE Mount Olive

McPHERSON, MARGARET D. Elizabeth City

MACKILL, MARGARET R. Roanoke Rapids

MADDOX, EDWIN THOMAS, JR. Laurinburg

MANER, JIM FLEETWOOD Wadesboro

MANN, JOE ALLEN Newport

MANNING, LEE ODELL, JR. Grifton

MANNING, LINDA KATHERINE Bailey

MANSFIELD, ERVIN EUGENE Hertford

MARSHALL, RICHARD BLAINE Louisburg

MARSHBURN, ANNE SCOTT Washington

MARTIN, KENNETH MORRIS Elkin

MARTIN, LEON GERALD Princeton

MARTIN, MARY OLIVIA Shallotte

MARTIN, SHIRLEY ANN Raleigh

MASARSKY, ELIZABETH D. Georgetown, Del.

MASON, POLLY ELIZABETH Bath

MASSENGILL, LINDA LEE Four Oaks

MASSEY, PEGGY CHRISTINE Smithfield

MATLOCK, GROVER LEE Winston-Salem

MATTHEWS, DONNA KAY Robersonville

MAY, MARY ROBINSON Greenville

MAYNARD, LLEW JEAN Jacksonville

MAYTON, JOSEPH FRANCIS Roanoke Rapids

MEARES, MACIE CAROL Cerro Gordo

MEEKS, KERDIS EDGAR, JR. Fayetteville

MEIGGS, MARVIN GRIGGS Northwest, Va.

MELCHER, PATRICIA ANN Red Springs

MELTON, MARTHA KATHLEEN Hubert

MELVIN, BILLIE FALLON Maysville

MEWBORN, MARILENE Farmville

MIDGETT, JO ANNE Hatteras

MIDGETT, RAY McDONALD Manteo

MILLER, NANCY CAROLYN Charlotte

MILLS, DOROTHY ANNETTE Wallace

MILLS, JAMES ERVIN, JR. Greenville

MILLS, MARILYN NORRIS Tabor City

MILLSON, CHARLES DAVID Hamlet

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MIMS, RONALD WALTER Raleigh

MINTON, LINDA SUE Emporia, Va.

MIZELLE, CECIL SMITH Windsor

MOBLEY, CAROLYN JANE Robersonville

MOBLEY, JUDITH ALLEN Winterville

MODLIN, JUDIETH CATHRYN Jamesville

MOORE, DOROTHY BLAKE Acme

MOORE, JERRY LEROY Greenville

MOORE, LARRY LEE New Bern

MOORE, ROBERT E. Gaston

MORGAN, DOLORES HAYES Bath

MORRIS, NANCY LEE Norfolk, Va.

MORRIS, SELBA ANN Portsmouth, Va.

MORSE, SHIRLEY JOAN Hamlet

MORTON, UNDA R. High Point

MOSSER, JULITRE CROMWELL Manning, S. C.

MUNROE, EDNA SHAW Clarkton

MURPHREY, ROBERT THOMAS Washington

MURRAY, CARLOS WILLIAM, JR. Greenville

MYERS, MARCIA DIANE Alexandria, Va.

Exciting gridiron play continued to bring enthusiastic spectators to the stadium.

Sophomores

NANCE, JAMES PHILMORE Asheboro

NARRON, LINDA KAY Bailey

NELSON, DONALD McPHAIL Jacksonville

NELSON, ROBERT AUGUSTUS Tarboro

NELSON, WALTER GLENN, III Hendersonville

NELSON, WILLIAM SHARPE Hendersonville

NESBIT, ROBERT PHILLIP Salisbury

NEWELL, SANDRA SUE Dover

NEWKIRK, MARY JANE Wallace

NEWMAN, BOBBIE GUPTON Greenville

NIBBELINK, DINAH RAY High Point

NICHOLS, JAMES EMERY Suffolk, Va.

NICHOLS, MARGIE LOU Greenville

NICHOLSON, DOUGLAS GEVARD Jacksonville

NIXON, THEDA KAY Belmont

NOBLE, LINDA FAYE Tarboro

NOLF, RONALD FRED Nazareth, Pa.

OAKLEY, BETTY FRANCES Hillsboro

OATES, RON ODELL Fayetteville

OBER, VERNA FAYE Edenton

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O'BERRY, WALTER THOMAS Evergreen

ODOM, MARTHA LINDA Wadesboro

ODOM, WINNIE LEE Williamston

OGBURN, JO ANNE Willow Springs

OLIVER, SANDRA LUCILLE Fairmont

OVERMAN, JACK DALE Liberty

OVERMAN, RAYMOND DALE Goldsboro

OVERTON, ANN CAROLYN Rocky Mount

OWEN, BONNIE KAY Lexington

OWENS, CALVIN IRVIN Harbinger

OWENS, DENISE KATRINE Grifton

PAGE, SHEILA FAYE Elm City

PAINTER, BRENDA GAIL Tarboro

PAIT, JUNE W. Bladenboro

PARKER, BARBARA ANN Tarboro

PARKER, DONNA ANNE Smithfield

PARKER, GEORGIA WINIFRED Four Oaks

PARKER, JOHN FURMAN Durham

PARKER, JOHNNY BRYANT Conway

PARKER, MARGARET ANN Pendleton

PARNELL, JO ANN Kenly

PARNELL, LINDA JO Red Springs

PARRISH, EMMA LOU Newport

PARRISH, MARY JOYCE Raleigh

PARROTT, CATHERINE JANE Kinston

PATCHELL, MARY BELLE Raleigh

PAUL, MARSHA CAROLINE New Bern

PAYNE, JULIA ANN Bassett, Va.

PEACE, IMOGENE Norfolk, Va.

PEARCE, EDWIN PLUMMER Greensboro

PATCHELL, JUDY ELAINE Warsaw

PEEDIN, WILLIAM LOUIS Pine Level

PELL, HILDA MARY Elizabeth City

PENNINGTON, MARY ANNE Okinawa

PERKINS, MARY JACQUELINE Longhurst

PERNELL, BOBBY COTTRELL Henderson

PERRY, EVA LOU Elizabeth City

PERRY, MARY ANN Elizabeth City

PERRY, ORAN KENNETH Ahoskie

PETTY, SUSAN WOODING Greensboro

Sophomores

Registration brought them in throngs, all seeking to get the ideal schedule.

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PHELPS, LINDA FAYE Roper

PHILLIPS, ELEANOR DELANA Council

PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH GILBERT Ayden

PHILLIPS, GLENDA RUTH Asheboro

PHILLIPS, LARRY LEE Fayetteville

PIATT, MARK FRANCIS Morehead City

PICKETT, HENRY DONALD Beulaville

PICKFORD, EDWARD VALENTINE Washington, D. C.

PIGATT, LOIS JEANNE Beaufort

PINKHAM, IMARY LINDA Washington

PITTiMAN, BETTY JEAN Fairmont

PLEASANTS, ENNIS GENE Lewisburg

POLLEY, BILLY L. Kinston

POOLE, ELEANOR RUTH Wake Forest

POPE, CHARLOTTE FAYE Kenly

PORTER, AUDREY RUTH Volney, Va.

PORTER, LEAH MADELINE Wilson

POWELL, ANNE LOUISE Aulander

POWELL, DANICE AUGUSTUS Winston-Salem

POWELL, FREDDIE MAYO Robersonville

POWELL, WALTER BAXTER Raleigh

PRESLAR, GLENDA LEE Kannapolis

PRICE, HELEN MURPHY Charlotte

PRICE, SHIRLEY FAYE Selma

PRIDGEN, GENE RUSSELL Rocky Mount

PUGH, MARGIE LOUISE New Bern

PULLEY, EMMA MARIE Littleton

PURSER, HAUGHTON CHUNN New Bern

QUINCY, JACK MILLER Tarboro

QUINN, PEGGY SANDLIN Kenansville

RABON, JAMES LEO Monroe

RAPER, CURTIS BRADLEY, JR. Elizabeth City

RAWLS, MARTHA LWINIA Williamston

RAY, DANIEL COLE Raleigh

RAYNOR, FRANCES FAYE Roseboro

RAYNOR, WILLIAM LARRY Tarboro

REASON, SHIRLEY ANN Wilson

REDD, LEWIS STEVEN Greenville

REEL, JUDY CAROL Fair Bluff

REGES, BRENDA GAIL Rocky Mount

REHDER, JOHN BURKHARDT Winston-Salem

REID, WILSON EDWARD, JR. Elizabeth City

RESPESS, SARAH ARETHA Bath

REVELS, MARIE ELAINE Williamston

RHODES, ARLENE ANNE Graham

RHODES, STEVE ROGER Beulaville

RHUE, MELBA ANN Swansboro

RICH, PHYLLIS MAXINE Rocky Point

RICHWINE, JUDITH ANN Washington, D. C.

RIDENHOUR, NANCY REBECCA Harrisburg

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RIVENBARK, GINNIE ROSE Goldsboro

ROBERSON, BRENDA KAY Halifax

ROBERSON, FANNIE LOIS Williamston

ROBERTS, DAVID LAWRENCE Kings Oaks

ROBERTS, JAMES McDONALD Granite Quarry

ROBERTS, MARION GRAY Bladenboro

ROBERTS, NANCCY ANN Hillsboro

ROBERTSON, SYLVIA VICK Greenville

ROBINSON, BETTY JO Wilmington

ROBINSON, LYNWOOD ELLIOTT Clinton

ROBINSON, MARY WHITE Bessemer City

ROBINSON, SARAH TORRENCE Gastonia

ROGERS, BETSY JEAN Chapel HiU

ROGERS, JAMES ARCHIE, JR. Grifton

ROGERSON, DIXIE RAY Robersonville

ROGERSON, ELIZABETH ANNE Ahoskie

ROGERSON, WILEY BURROUGHS Robersonville

ROMANIW, MICHAEL RONALD Winston-Salem

ROSE, BARBARA ALLEN Raleigh

ROSS, ELIZABETH Edenton

ROSS, MONTE BARRETT Garner

ROSSER, ANN H. Siler City

ROUSE, BARBARA PROCTOR Grimesland

ROUSE, BETTY GRAY Magnolia

ROUSH, JANE CAROLE Rural Hall

ROWE, MARTHA ELIZABETH Burgaw

ROYSTER, RALPH DOUGLAS Henderson

RUBIN, HOWARD M. Greenville

RUDISILL, LARRY RAY Hickory

RUSH, JERRY GREENE Rockingham

RUSH, JOAN GRAHAM Kinston

RUTH, KATHERINE HAYES Windsor

SADLER, JAMES WOODLEY Fairfield

SAIEED, FRANCIS DURHAM Greenville

SANDERSON, KAY MANNING Chinquapin

SANDUNG. BETTIE ROSEMARY Franklinton

SAUNDERS, BRENDA KAY Fatetteville

SAVAGE, CHARLES BALLENTINE La Grange

SAWYER, HENRY GILBERT Belcross

SAWYER, WILLIAM JORDAN Porsmouth

SCARBORO, MARY DELAINE Durham

SCARBOROUGH, HOWARD CLEMENT Red Springs

SCHWENTORUS, RONALD EDWARD Jacksonville

SCOTT, P. MONROE Siler City

SEBURN, MARILYN MOORE Wilson

SECKLER, CYNTHIA GLENN Porstmouth, Va.

SECKLER, JUDITH ANN Jamestown

SESSOMS, BOBBY ALLEN Lumberton

SHACKELFORD, D. B. Greenville

SHANDS, WILLIAM ROLAND Henderson

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SHARPE, DINAH JANE Snow Hill

SHAW, BARBARA ANNE Jacksonville

SHAW, JOHN KINLAW Lumberton

SHEARIN, BONNIE LYNN Louisburg

SHEARIN, CAROLYN DEAN Roanoke Rapids

SHEARIN, DAVID LINWOOD Warrenton

SHELTON, DORIS LOUISE Madison

SHELTON, ROBERT FULCHER, JR. Leaksville

SHIVAR, NED Seven Springs

SHOBE, CHARLES LEE, JR. Hampton, Va.

SHOLAR, EMORY O'BRIEN Chinquapin

SHREVE. ROBERTA ELLEN Rocky Mount

SIMMONS, FLORIDA ROCHELLE Newport

SIMMONS, LAURETTA Newport

SIMMONS, LURA ELLEN Troy

SIMPKINS, PHILIP WARREN Jacksonville

SIMPSON, JAMIE SHARLOTT Robersonville

SIMPSON, LENWOOD DREW Chinquapin

SIMPSON, MORRELL BRYAN, JR. Kernersville

SKILES, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Plymouth

Sophomores

Loyal cheerleaders were always on hand to give that needed encourage- ment for victory.

SKILES, CAROLYN DAVIS Roper

SLAUGHTER, LINDA CAROLE Oxford

SMITH, ADELIA DEE Hubert

SMITH, ALTON GLENN JR. Goldsboro

SMITH, CHARLES WILLIAM, JR. Suffolk, Va.

SMITH, EDWARD TYSON Fountain

SIMTH, ELMER FRANKLIN, JR. Newport News, Va.

SMITH, EVERETT MARIE Beulaville

SMITH, GENE ARTHUR Elizabeth City

SMITH, LINDA LOU Wilson

SMITH, MABLE LEA Grimesland

SMITH, MARCUS WESLEY Winston Salem

SMITH, REBECCA ANN Gastonia

SMITH, RUFUS RANDOLPH, JR. Maxton

SMITH, WALTER WILSON, JR. Goldsboro

SMITH. WILLIAM LOWRY Monroe

SMITHERMAN, MARY AILEEN Troy

SMITHWICK, FONDA RAE Merry Hill

SNELL, IRIS ELLEN Columbia

SNYDER, SANDRA LEE Winston Salem

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SORRELL, CAROLYN LUCILLE Raleigh

SPEARS, RAY McFARLAND Greenville

STAINBACK, SANDRA EUGENIA Henderson

STALLINGS, BERTA ARLENE Hertford

STALUNGS, MARY VIRGINIA Belvidere

STANCIL, JACK McARTHER Statonsburg

STANCIL, JOHN WEST Statonsburg

STANLEY, BETTIE LOU Four Oaks

STARLING, GOLDIS STARON Greenville

STARLING, LEO HARDEE Greenville

STATON, BEVERLY JEAN Greenville

STEPHENS, DONALD WAYNE Fairmont

STEVENS, RAY Cambridge, Md.

STEVENSON, CARLA REESE Williamston

STOCKS, WILLIAM LLOYD Greenville

STOKES, PERRY CLAY Cycle

STONE, RALPH E. Alexandria, Va.

STORY, CONSTANCE LOUELLE Newsoms, Va.

STRAIN, LINDA SULLIVAN Lumberton

STRICKLAND, AUDREY KAY Sims

STRICKLAND. CECELIA JOE Pine Level

STRICKLAND. DONALD GRAHAM Pine Level

STRICKLAND, LLOYD DOUGLAS Pine Level

STRICKLAND, NANCY ANN Zebulon

STRICKLAND, SANDRA JACKSON Durham

STROUD, CHARLES ROBERT, JR. Goldsboro

STRUM, JEAN GOULD Clarksville, Va.

STUCKEY, WILLIAM JASPER Raleigh

STURDIVANT, CYNTHIA LEIGH Chester, Va.

STYRON, RHONDA Hatteras

SUGG, INA MERLE Snow Hill

SUGGS, ROMYE LEE Elizabethtown

SULLIVAN, JAMES CLAY Hertford

SUMNER, DONNA JAN Beulaville

SUMRELL, BOBBIE ANN Kinston

SUMRELL, REBECCA KATHLEEN Lawrenceville

SUTHERLAND, ARTHUR GOODWIN Raleigh

SUTTON, MARILYN JAYNE Kinston

SUTTON, NANCY CAROL Maysville

SUTTON, SANDRA NORINE Ayden

SWAIN, MARY ANNE Beaufort

SWINDELL, CARROLL ERIC Scranton

SYKES, MICHAEL PARKS Roanoke Rapids

TAFT, ROBERT EDMUND Greenville

TAMURA, MAGGY Greenville

TART, JAMES ROYCE Princeton

TATUM, PATRICIA GALE Watha

TAYLOE, JEAN CAROLYN Ahoskie

TAYLOR, BOBBYE FRANCES Burgaw

TAYLOR, DAVID BRYAN Kinston

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College Union hosts, Jimmy Taylor and Carol McCulIen, were on hand for the Homecoming parade.

Sophomores

TAYLOR, DELPHIA ALDINE Whitakers

TAYLOR, DONALD HUGH Snow Hill

TAYLOR, EDGAR SLADE Williamston

TAYLOR, JANICE SMITH Lucama

TAYLOR, JERRY ARCHIE Corapeake

TAYLOR, LINDA JOANNE Atlantic

TAYLOR, MARJORIE LOU Como

TAYLOR, VIVIAN ELAINE Vanceboro

TEACHEY, EDWIN EARL, JR. Rose Hill

TEACHEY, JEROLD C. Washington

TEASLEY, JUDITH ANNE Durham

TEEL, ROBERT EDWARD, JR. Raleigh

TEMPLE, LILLIAN KAY Havelock

THARRINGTON, WILLIAM PERRY Bunn

THIGPEN, LULA H. Tarboro

THOMAS, LAWRENCE GUNTER Sanford

THOMAS, REBECCA DAWN Greensboro

THOMPSON, AVA SUE Smithfield

THOMPSON, DONALD HULL Laurinburg

THOMPSON, MARTHA KATHERINE Durham

THOMPSON, ROBERT FLOYD, JR. Greenville

THOMPSON, WALLACE CLARK Greensboro

THOMPSON, WILLIAM ROY, JR. Kinston

THOMPSON, WILLIE KAYE LaGrange

THORNTON, MARY ELEANOR Suffolk, Va.

TICKLE, CAROLE LOUISE Burlington

TIMMERMAN, JESSE RANDOLPH Fayetteville

TIPPETT, SHIRLEY ANN Oxford

TODD, DONALD WADE Wilmington

TODD, LINDA MAE Windsor

TOLER. REYNOLD DUFFY Washington

TOLLEY, AVERY LEONARD Winston Salem

TOUCHTON, LINDA ANNE Norfolk, Va.

TRAYLOR, HARDY BARRICKS Ettriek, Va.

TUCKER, NANCY TECORA Laurinburg

TUDOR, DOLORES ANN Fuquay Springs

TUGWELL, WILSON FRANKLIN Newport News, Va.

TUNNELL, LOIS MARIE Greenville

TURNAGE, CAROLYN ELIZABETH Ayden

TURNER, McALVIN Greenville

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TWIDDY, JOSEPH WILSON Elizabeth City

TYLER, RONALD MITCHEL Cerro Gordo

TYNDALL, PATRICIA ANNE Kinston

TYSON, JAMES EDWARD Siler City

TYSON, OSCAR LEMUEL Greenville

TYSON, ROBERT MILLER, JR. Greenville

UNDERWOOD, JUDITH EVELYN Varina

UPCHURCH, ROBERT DOUGLAS Highfalls

VAN EVERY, STEPHEN H. Charlotte

VANN, BRENDA LOU Dunn

VANN, TERRENCE RICHARD Elizabeth City

VERNON, BRENDA JOYCE Currie

WAFF, PATRICIA ANN Edenton

WAINWRIGHT, FRED ERNEST Ayden

WAINWRIGHT, MARVIN L. Winterville

WALKER, ELMER RAY Rocky Mount

WALSER, REBECCA GAIL Lexington

WALSTON, JOHN LEE Scotland Neck

WALTER, CAROLE MARIE Elizabeth City

WALTERS, ALICE FAYE Fuquay Springs

WALTERS, ALICE MARIE Greenville

WALTERS, JERRY LYNN Lumberton

WALTERS, THOMAS REID Henderson

WARD, DOUG DAVID Norfolk, Va.

WARD, PAULETTE JEAN Durham

WARREN, BARBARA GREY Dunn

WARREN, DUBBUTZ ENGUSH Mt. Olive

WARREN, WILUAM IRVIN Godwin

WARSHAM, WILLIAM ANDREW Jacksonville

WARWICK, EDNA GLYNN Dunn

WATERS, SANDRA FAYE Washington

WATSON, JERRY NEWTON Oxford

WATSON, MARY ANN Greensboro

WATSON, SYLVIA JEAN Lucama

WEAVER, MYRTLE BELLE Raleigh

WEIDENBACHER, WILLIAM JOSEPH New Jersey

WEISS, BONNIE ANN Roanoke Rapids

WELLS, NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE Watha

WEST, FRED DOYLE Rocky Mount

WESTBROOK, MARY ELLA Camp Lejeune

WETHERINGTON, JOAN Clinton

WHITE, ADA ELIZABETH Roxboro

WHITE, CLAUDE DELTON Hertford

WHITE, GLENN EDWIN Belvidere

WHITEMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD Tyner

WHITFIELD, WILLIAM ANTHONY Robersonville

WHITFORD, SAM MURRAY, JR. Vanceboro

WHITLEY, BARRY WETZEL Winston-Salem

WHITLEY, JOHN CURRIE, JR. Leaksville

WHITTED, LESLIE RAY Mount Olive

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WHITTLE, SUE LEIGH Goldsboro

WHITWORTH, LINDA H. Raleigh

WHITWORTH, MARSHA FAYE Norfolk, Va.

WICKER,