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The Tecoan 1930

Date: 1930 | Identifier: 50-01-1930
1930 Tecoan, yearbook of East Carolina University. 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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qA wise and a good man has left his indelible imprint upon this college: a master teacher, a strong adminis- trator, a staunch supporter of high ideals, a loyal friend - a Christian gentleman:

qAs charter member of the faculty, one of the chief foundation stones upon which the institution is built;

qAs leader in important professional and administrative activities throughout the first twenty years of its history, without intermission, for fall, winter, spring, and sum- mer tertns, one of the master builders of the superstruc- ture;

qAs master teacher, first of science and then of geog- raphy alone, a shaping hand in the lives of hundreds of students;

qAs executive next in line to the president for nearly a decade, a wise and forceful administrator;

oAs chairman of the oAppointment Committee for many years, the connecting link between the college and the public schools, a strong influence in the profession of teaching in North Carolina;

qAs a church member, a man of deep religious convic- tion, and as a member of fraternal and civic organiza- tions, whether serving in the ranks or as officer, a tire- less worker for high standards in church and state.

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Dr. Leox R. Meadows Director of Summer School

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Faciality Members of East Carolina Teachers College

Administration' axd Supervision- E. L. Henderson- English Leon R. Meadows Mamie E. Jenkins Marv H. Greene Emma L. Hooper

LiLLOu Burns Madeline Miller

{On Leave of Absence, iqsq-iqso) Alice Lucile Turner

History and Government

A. D. Frank Sallie Jovner Davis E. C. Hollar

Beecher Flanagan Laura T. Rose

Mathematics Herbert Rebarker Maria D. Graham

Ella O. Wilkes (On Leave of Absence, I()2q-jqjo) Elizabeth Toland

Education and Psychology Carl L. Adams Howard J. McGinnis

Acnes L. Whiteside Hubert C. Havnes

Annie C. Newell Lucile Charlton Elizabeth Hvman

Science R. J. Slay Alice V. Wilson Catherine Cassidy BE-rri- White

Sociology M. L. Wright

Home Economics

Katharine Holtzclaw- Mrs. Adelaide Bloxton

Foreign Language R. C. Deal Ella Graves Thompson

Geography and Agricl ltl re

P. W. PiCKLESlMER J. B. CuMMINGS MARIE W. PETERSON

Public School Art Kate W. Lewis Ruth M. Bonnewitz

Music Lois V. Gorrell Gussie Kuvkendali Eugenia Thomas Dora E. Mead

Physical Education- Mabel B. Ogden

Librarians Helen G. Gray Margaret Sammon

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Officers of Admmisitratioii

Robert H. Wright President Miriam Goodwin . . .?.(.</. Dean of ll'omeri

L. R. Meadows . . Direelor Summer Se/iool Arley V. Moore . . . Dormitory Matron

J. B. Spilman Treasurer Mrs. M. G. Bradsher . . Dormitory Matron

Mrs. J. B. Spilman .. . Assistant Treasurer Mrs. W. G. McKean . Dormitory Matron

B. W. Gi-VN . . . Bookkeeper Eunice Helms . Secretary Training School

Hazel Willis Secretary Dr. J. E. Nobles Physician

Howard J. McGinnis .... Registrar Annie Morris . Superintendent of Infirmary

Ola S. Ross Assistant Registrar Mary Lea Smith . Asst. Supt. of In fir /nary

Mattie Scoville ...... Secretary A. A. Henderson Steward

Agnes Wadlington ..... Secretary Wade H. Holmes Engineer

Mrs. Katherine Lott .... Secretary J. C. Cockrell Electrician

Mrs. Nannie F. Jeter Dietitian A. C. Fornes Supt. Buildinijs and Grounds

Annie L. Morton . . . Dean of ll'omcn J. L. Williams . . . Campus Policeman

Campius Trainimg Schiool

Critic Teachers

M. K. Fort, Director

Dora E. Coates First Grade Cleg Rainwaier Filth Grade

Ruth Faison Firs! Grade Mary McRae Sixth Grade

Lucy Nulton Second Grade On leave of absence 1929-1930

Christine Johnson Second Grade Frances Wahl Seventh Grade

Eunice McGee Third Grade On leave of absence 1929-1930

Mrs. J. L. Savage ..... Third Grade Jon me Gore Sixth Grade

Alma Brow^xing Fourth Grade Jeanneite Wedmore . . . Seventh Grade

Wieterville Training School

Critic Teachers

Jennie D. Eva Bertha M. Ha Lydia p. Ross .

. First Grade Second Grade . Third Grade

Janet M. Grier . Geneva E.\um . . Ellen May Lewis

Fourth Grade . Fifth Grade . Sixth Grade

Greenville High School

J. A. Keech, Supervisor and Principal

Critic Teachers

Maude B. Bowen English

Madge W. Daniels English

Sara M. Scott English

Mary Berry Clark . . . Home Economics Clem Bridgers . .

Loraine Hunter Science

Gladys Moore Latin

Rachel Scarborough History

Dixie Reed French

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Marv BoRiiKN- Taylor Senior Class Mascot

To Our Alma Mater

tl'c look upon your UfiUs uitli lender thought, Jt'hilc sinks behind the eloud the ijlouing sun, And ponder on the victories ice have ivon. And hoiv you gave us courage as ive fought. Dark, lengthening shadons lie thy ivalks along; The tuilight deepens; from afar we hear A bird's song break the silence - soft, yet clear - Then swelling tkrillingly in heights of song. This, Alma Mater, seems to us in thought Your voice, a noble tender note that brings Us courage, hope, and joy. And still it rings In ever soaring song and seems luith triumph fraught. fCe hear you sing this theme in wordless song: "Be true, my daughters, loyal, just and strong." Ruth Lemmond

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Kay Lee Cloaningei

Senior Class President

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Senior Class

Colors: Blue and Silver

Motto: "Rowing, not drifting.'

Flower: Ragged Robin

Officers

Kav Lee Cloaninger President

Helen- Guthrie Vice-President

Katherine Whitehurst Secretary

Frances Murray Treasurer

Janie Gold Hardee Tccoan Representative

Bessie Fergusox Teco Echo Reporter

Elizabeth Spears S. G. Representative

Eartha Mitchell Cheer Leader

Sara Cobb Issistant Cheer Leader

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Seniors

Mamie Elizabeth Bartholomew- rocky MOUNT, X. C.

French, History

Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Phi Sigma; Emerson Society; President Emerson So- ciety; Inter-Society Committee; Chairman of Inter-Societv Committee; Athletic Association; Marshal.

India Batemax

COLUMBIA, X. C.

Intermediate Education

Foe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Basketball Team; Student Council ; Athletic Association.

Ethel Rozami.j

PORTSMOUTH,

Intermediate Educ

y; Y. W. C. A.; South Carolina Club; World Fellowship Committee; Glee

Elizabeth Beavans

Intermediate Educatit

S. T. College, Farmville, Va.; Y. W. C. A. Emerson Society; Elementary Council.

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Seniors

Ella Lee Boomer

lake landikc, n c.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Hvde Cnuntv Club; Y. W. C.A.

HoRTEXSE Clare Boomer

SWAN QUARTER, K. C.

History

Lanier Societ\ ; V. W. C. A.; Vice-President of

English Club.

Cleo Brexdle boonville, x. c. Home Economics

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association;

Phi Epsilon; Delta Omicron Sigma; Student

Council ; Basketball Team ; Proctor.

Ruby Evelyn Brite elizabeth city, n. c. Primary Education

V. W. C. A.; Lanier Society; Elementary Coun- cil; Pasquotank County Club; Albemarle Dis- trict' Club.

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Seniors

Helen Clyde Rltler

VANCEBORO,

Frencli, Ilislory

Coil

ty Club; v-Treas- of Cra-

Poe Society ; Y. W. C. A. ; Phi Sigma; Class Treasurer; Secre urer of Phi Sigma ; Secretary-Treasu ven County Club.

Evelyn Caldwell

dillon, s. c.

Home Economhs

y. W. C. A.; Poe Society; Delta Omicron Sig- ma; Proctor; "Tecoan" Representative; Phi Ep- silon; Vice-President of Phi Epsilon; Advertis- ing Manager "Teco Echo"; Delegate to N. C. C. P. A.; Business Manager of "Teco Echn" ; Delegate to N. C. C. P. A.

Louise Carr

Poe Societv; Y. W. C. A.; English Club; Proc- tor; Vice-President Phi Sigma; President Phi Sigma; Class Historian; Class Plav.

Kay Lee Cloaninger

kinston, n. c.

History, Frencli

Y. W. C. A. ; Emerson Society ; Assistant Cheer Leader of Class; Delegate to State Convention of Y. M. C. A. and of Y. W. C. A.; College Monogram; Athletic Association; Proctor; Ire- dell County Club; Lenoir County Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Delegate to Blue Ridge; Class Basketball Team; Student Council; Statistics; Phi Sigma; Class Play; President of Y. W. C. A.; President of Class (2, 3, 4).

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Seni^

Bi.AxcHE Clark

GREENVILLE, N. C.

Flench, English

Phi Sigma; Pitt County Club; English Club.

TULIA COGDELL

Primary Education

l're-.ident Freshman Class; Critic Sophomore Class: Poe Societv; Sergeant-at-Arms for Socie- tv; "Tero Echo" Reporter; Y. W. C. A.; Ath- Irtic Association; Representative to N. C. C. P. A.; Basketball Team; Proctor; House Pres- ident; Assistant Business Manager of Annual; Business Manaj^er of Annual; Business Manager of College Hanilbook; College Monogram; Sen- ior Pla\ ; Track Team; Scholarship; Elemcntarv C'onnci'l; Baseball Team; Vice-President of Ele- mcntarv Council; President of Elementary Coun-

AIvRTiE Staxcill Cooper

WASHINGTON', N. C.

Mathematics, Science

Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Asso- ciation; Mathematics Club.

Verna Dare Corey

GREENVILLE, N. C.

Home Economics. Science

Society ; Sigma Omicron Delta ; Phi Epsilon.

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Seniors

Meredith College; Robeson Countv Club; V. \V. C. A. Choir; Foe Society; Elementary Council; House President; Assistant Senior Cheer Leader. {

Clara Belle Daughertv

new bern, n. c.

Home Econo/nics

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Delta Omic.

Sigma ; Treasurer of Delta Omicron Sigma ; P

Epsilon; Craven County Club; "Tecoan" a

"Teco Echo" Representative.

Elizabeth Deal

GREENVILLE, N. C.

French, English

Class Critic; Vice-President of Class; Poe So- ciety; Secretary Sophomore Class; President Poe Society; English Club; French Club; Pitt Coun- ty Club, Secretary and Treasurer; Athletic As- sociation.

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Seniors

Marcella Eleanor Deal

clinton', n. c.

Ilomr Economics

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Asso- ciation ; Treasurer Emerson Society ; Treasurer Class; Proctor; Delta Omicron Sigma; Phi Ep- silon; Joke Editor "Tecoan" ; Assistant Editor "Tecoan"; Editor-in-Chief "Tecoan"; Delegate to N. C. C. P. A.; Class Plav.

Mary Louise De1?rlhl

NEW BERN, N. C.

Home Economics

Queens College; Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Phi Epsilon; Craven County Club; Delta Omi

cron Sigma ; Athletic Association.

LVCILE KiNSEV Dixox

Frenc/i. Enc/tisli

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; English Cluh; Phi Sigma; "Tecoan" Representative of Phi Sigma.

Mildred Horbs Everette hamilton, n. c. Enijlisli, History

English Club; Y. W. C. A. [nter-Society Committee.

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Seniors

Bessie Florida Ferguson

murfreesboro, n c.

Latin, English

Y. W. C. A.; Lanier Society; English Club; Classical Club; Class "Techo Echo" Reporter; Proctor; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Glee Club; Class Prophet; Hertford County Club; Hill Meadows Scholarship; Delegate to Blue Ridge Confer- ence; Vice-President Classical Club.

Marjorie Mae Floyd

FAIRMONT, N. C.

Home Economics

Y. W. C. A.; Poe Society; President Roberson County Club; Delta Omicron Sigma; Athletic

Mildred Gilbert crifton', n. c.

Primary Education

Helen Lorraine Guthrie

new bern, n. c.

IntrrmcJiate Education

Secretary Craven County Club ; "Teco Echo" Re- porter Emerson Society; Student Council; Inter- Society Committee; President Elementary Educa- tion Council ; Vice-President Senior Class ; Em- erson Society.

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Janie Gold Hardee greenville, n. c. Primary Educalion

Emerson Society ; Athletic Association ; President Athletic Association; "Tecoan" Representative; Wearer of Letter; Captain Basketball Team; Track Team; Baseball Team; Y. W. C. A.; Elementary Council; "Tecoan" Representative Elementarv Council; Pitt Countv Club; Proctor; Senior Plav.

LuciLE Hearne

CREEXVILLE, N. C.

.S'( iiiKi', Geof/raphy

AxxiE Jaxe Hixson

MT. PLEASANT. N. C.

. dwjk Grammar Grade

K* * Emerson Societv ; Elementarv Council ; Athletic

Martha Elizabeth Hodges

WASHINGTON, N. C.

hilirmrdialr Ediualiori

Emerson Sncielv ; V. W. C. A. ; Beaufort Countv

Club; Flf.nentarv Education Council; Athletic

Association.

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Helen Hoggard

HARRFI.I.SVII.I.K, N. C.

Marv Evelyn Jennings

ELIZABETH CITV, y. C.

Latin. Mallu

Y. W. C. A.; Poe Society; Pasquatank Countv Club; Athletic A>sociation; English Club; Proc- tor; Marshal; V. G. Representative V. W. C. A.; Albemarle District Club; Mathematics Club; Classical Club; Representative to Blue Ridge; President Y. W. C. A.; Student Gov-

LuciLE Kee

PLEASANT HILL, N. C.

Elementary Education

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athleti

tion; Elementary Education Council

Northampton County Club.

SoNiA Belle Lamm

WILSON, N. C.

Mathematics, Science

Poe Society; Y. \V. C. A.; Treasurer Poe So- ciety; Mathematics Cluli; Phi Epsilon ; Student Volunteer Band; Wils.,ii Cmntv Club; "Tecoan" and "Teco Echo" Reporter for Wilson Countv Club; Debater for Poe Society; Senior Play. '

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Seniors

Llcy Justine Lane

DOVER, X. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Craven County

Club; Emerson Society; Athletic Association;

Elementary Education Club; Proctor.

Rl TH El.IZAKRTH LfMMOXI) WAXHAW, X. C.

Englisli. Latin

Y. W. C. A.; Lanier Society; Athletic Associa- tion; English Club; Classical Club; Union County Club; Class Poet; Class Secretary; Dele- gate to Student Volunteer Conference; Managing Editor "Teco Echo"; Editor-in-Chief "Teco Echo"; Delegate to N. C. C. P. A.; Delegate to S. P. A.

Mary Lena Lixeberger

marshai.i.berg, x. c.

English, History

Poe Society; Mars Hill College; Proctor; Inter- Societv Debater; English Club; Vice-President Y. W'. C. A.; Pitt Scholarship; Carteret County Club; Inter-Society Committee; "Tecoan" Re- porter for English Club.

Lillian- ^Ladrv rocky mount, x. c. Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Elementa Louisberg College.

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Seniors

Julia Elizabeth Matthlws willard, n. c. Grammar Grade

Athletic Association ; Poe Society ; Elementary

Education Council; Y. W. C. A.; Basketball

Team.

Elizabeth Virginia Mavo

greenville, n. c.

French, History

Emerson Society; Marshal; Statistics; Phi Si: ma; Pitt County Club.

Mattie VixEs Mavo

Anna Madeleine ]\IcCain

waxhaw, n. c.

Mathematics, Science

Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Lanier So- ciety; Phi Epsilon; Mathematics Club; Union County Club; Student Volunteer Band; Basket- ball Team; "Tecoan" Representative; President Lanier Society; Inter-Societv Committee; Senior Play.






Seeiors

Kdna Marii; McHan

almond, .v. c.

History, Emjlisli

Emerson Societv ; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Associa-

Elka Louse McGowan greenville, k. c. Frcncli, Engtisli

arv Class; Emerson Societv; Athletic As- ion; English Club; Phi Sigma; Cheer Leader Sophomore Class; Statistics.

I'~ARTHA Mitchell

COLERAIX, X. C.

Pile Societv; Class Cheer Leader; Treasurer

Hertie Countv Club; Assistant College Cheer

Leader; Cheer Leader Poe Societv; "Teco Echo"

Staff; Marshal; V. W. C. A.

Jessie Lee Morris

atlantic, n. c. Mathcmalics, English

Poe Societv; V. \V. C. A.; Athletic Association; KaskethallTcam; English Club; President Eng- lish Club; Carteret Countv Club; Marshal.

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Seniors

AxxiE Lee Morgan

SPRING HOPE, \. C.

Grammar Grade Lanier Societv ; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic A^

Fraxces James ]\IlRR\^.

LAURINBURG, \. C.

French, Em/lish

Erxestixe I'arha.m

Catherixe Rokasox Patrick

washington, n. c.

Latin, French

.Tecoan" Repre^entatl^ e Ba^kethill I eim ^

W. C. A.; Student \oluntecr Bmii \thletic A.-

scciation; Vinlin P nsemble Be lutnrt C onnt%

Club; Phi Sigma PreMcient Cli-sml Club

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Rlth Caldwell Pierce

SALISBURY, N'. C.

Grammar Grade

Western Carolina Teachers College; Poe Socie- ty ; V. \V. C. A. ; Elementarv Education Council.

Edith Randolph Qlixerly

GREENVILLE, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Elementarv Council; Pitt Cou Club.

Mildred Catherine Sasser goldsboro, n. c. Home Economics

Treasurer Poe Societv ; "Tecoan" Repn tnr Cla-s; Proct.)r;"V. W. C. A.; Treasurer Pelta Omicroii Sijrma ; Student Volunteer Band; Phi KpMlon; Wavne Countv Club; Glee Club; Student Council; Y. \V. C. A. Choir; Enter- tainment Committee.

Eunice Felton Setzer

M.'MDEN, N. C.

Science, History

Poe Societ}'.

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Seniors

Teannette Sessoms

Primary Ediualuin

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Choir; Secre- tary Normal Class; Chief Marshal; Secretary Student Government Association ; Budget Com- mittee ; Cheer Leader; Representative at S. I. A. S. G. at Newcombe College ; Representative at V. W. C. A. Conference at Blue Ridge; Presi- dent Student Government Association.

Eloise Scott

ROCKY POINT, N. C.

Mathematics, Science

W. C. A.; Poe Society; Mathematics Club Epsilon; Secretary Poe Societv; Vice-Pres lent Mathematics Club; Cape Fear Club.

ROCKY POINT, N. C.

Home Economies

Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Delta Omi- cron Sigma; Basketball Team; Poe Society; Sec- retary Delta Omicron Sigma; Cape Fear Club.

Irene Scott rocky point, n. c. Home Economies

Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Delta Omi- cron Sigma; Poe Societv; "Teco Echo" Staff; Phi Epsilon; Cape Fear Club.

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P'thhl Millingtox Shelto

SPEED, N'. C.

Primary Educalinii

St. Marv's; Edgecomb Countv Cluh; Glee Club; "i'. \V. C. A. Choir ; Poe Society ; El( Council; Vice-President Student Government; Y. W. C. A.

Catherixe Smith

GREENVILLE, N. C.

Hi xxiE Elizabeth Sphars

GOLDSBORO, X. C.

Home Economits

\. \V. C. A.; Poe Societv; Athletic Association

\Va\ne Countv Club; Delta Omicron Sigma

Proctor; Phi Epsilon; President Phi Epsilon

Student Council.

Lll.l.lAX \V()()I1 SuMMIiRLIX

History, Eiu/lts/i

Ki Emerson Societv; V. W. C. A.; Wavne Countv

S% Club; English Cluh.

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Seniors

Alida Lee Swinoeli.

SWAN QUARTER, N. C.

Primary Edmatinn Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athle

SWAN QUARTER, N. C.

Eiujlish, Frcncli

Poe Society; Y. \V. C. A.; Hyde County Club; Student Council; English Club; Phi Sigma; Editor-in-Chief Student Handbook; Assistant |

Editor "Teco Echo"; \ice-President Poe Society.

AxxA Belle Tvsox

AVDEN, N. C.

llomr Economics

Poe Society; Y. \V. C. A.; Pitt County Club; Delta Omicron Sigma.

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Seniors

Betty Ann Uzzell

BONITA SPRINGS, FLA.

History, EngVuli

V. W. C. A.; Poe Society; English Club; Ath- letic Association.

Dorothy Ward greenville, n. c.

Eliza LaRl e Walters la grange, n. c. Home Economics

\. \V. C. A.; Emerson Society; Freshman Conn- lil Representative; Delta Omirrnn Sigma; Phi Epsilon; Proctor; Secretary Phi Epsilon; Asso- ciate Editor "Tecoan"; Presicieiit Delta Omicron Si^ma; Delegate to N. V. ('. P. \.\ Delegate to National Home Economics .'Association in Boston, Mass.; Editor .Tecoan."

Ruth Whisonani

SHELBY, N. C.

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Seniors

Daisy Which ard |V

greenville. n. c.

Helex G. White wixfall, n. c. History, French

l.anier Society; Phi Sigma; Vice-President Y. Ifc ^^jb -,

W. C. A.; Albemarle Coiintv Cluh. *'|fi L

Charlotte White

pollocksville, x. c.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Associa-

Mary Grace Whitley

middlesex, n. c

Home Economics

Treasurer Emerson Society; Proctor; Delta Onii cron Sigma; Y. \V. C. A.; Athletic As:

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Seniors

Katherin'e Virginia ^VHITEHLRST

SOLTH MILLS, X C.

History, Enijlisli

.Teco Echo" Reporter: Proctor; Cabinet; Class

Critic; Treasurer Y. W. C. A.; Secretary Class;

Albemarle District Club; English Club; Poe

Society.

DoROTH-s- Carr Williams

FARMVILLE, N. C.

Malhematics, Sdcnre

Poe Society; Mathematics Club; ^". \V. C. A.; Secretary-Treasurer Mathematics Club; Class Plav.

Lii.i.iAX Iris Williams

Grammar Grade

Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Education Council; Lenoir County Club.

IvA RocHELLE Willis

Friiicli, EnijIisli

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Seniors

Nannie Esther Williford

Engtisli, History

Emerson Society; Wilson Coiintv Club; Y. \V. C. A.; Proctor; Athletic Association.

LiNA WORTHINGTON

WINTERVILLE, N. C.

History, Science

Frances \'elverton

FREMONT, N. C.

Delta Omicron Sigma; Phi Epsilon; Louisburg

College; Lanier Society. fA

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Flower: Daisy

the top, but climbing."

Junior Class Poem

Br/iold our Alma Matrr,

In splendid raiment dressed, Upon her brow she <wears a croixn,

A star upon her breast. A beacon of light she sent to us

From out her azure dome, Bidding us to enter

And adopt her as our )iome. She imparts to us a message.

In solemn tones and lotti: "You are 'not at the top, but climbing' -

Your journey treacherous and stoiv." Lead onward, O Alma Mater/

Lead onward, day by day! If'e follow, as humble daughters should -

Proud mother, lead the way!

Katherixe Lemmond.

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Junior Class Officers

Hannah Turnage President

JOHNIE Grey Currin J'ue-Prrsiiienl

Martha Whitehurst Secretary

Mary L. Smith Treasurer

Alice Morgan S. G. Representative

Lela Gordon Teco Echo Reporter

Mildred Whitehurst .... Tecoan Representative

Lela Gordon Cheer Leader

Alma McGinnis Critic

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Junior Class

Mary Adams merry hill, n. c.

Lamina Baker

pactolas, n. c.

Eleanor Barr greenville, n. c.

Grace A. Bazemore windsor, n. c.

Sadie Belk wing ate, n. c.

Beatrice Boyd washington, n. c.

Annie Laurie Brinkley

DOVER, N. C.

Margaret Bryan la grange, n. c.

Anna Clark warrenton, n. c.

LiciLE Cole

BURLINGTON, N. C.

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Junior Class

JoHxiE Grev Clrrin greenville, n. c.

Mary Ella Cutler washington, n. c.

Virginia Davis warrenton, n. c.

LaRl E Dixon

GRIFTON, N. C.

Miriam Edgerton

roanoke rapids, n. c.

Mabelle Pitts

MACON, N. C.

Doris Freeman powellsville, n. c.

Geneva Lou Franklin

raleigh, n. c.

Fannie Pearl Fulcher ocracoke, n. c.

Grace Gardner goldsboro, n. c.

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Junior Class

axnie g.arris littlefield, n. c.

Lelia Gordon' pilot mountain, n. c.

Josephine Grant

CARVSBURG, N. C.

Rena Grant

SELMA, N. C.

Lenora Elizabeth Griffin wilmington, n. c.

Esther Mae Griffix pin'etops, n. c.

Evelyn Griffin woodland, n. c.

Helen Griffin woodland, n. c.

Verla Lee Griffin monroe, n. c.

Bessie Grev Grissom harrellsville, n. c.

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Junior Class

K.ATHERixE Gross greenville, n'. c.

Verxa Hardy

LA GRANGE, N. C.

Bernice Harreli. harrellsville, n. c.

Sadie Harrell merry hill, n. c.

JosiE Harrisox wilson-, n-. c.

Maggie Hixson molxt pleasant, n. c.

Selma Grey Hooks kenlev, n. c.

AxxiE Laurie Hlxt wake forest, n. c.

Kathleex Johxsox

KERR, N. C.

Kathleex M. Johxsox currituck, n. c.

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Junior Class

Ollie Jones wixgate, n. c.

Ferry Laxe Knox

HUNTERSVILLE, N. C.

Marian Langley oriental, n. c.

Bellah Lassiter rich sqlare, x. c.

Della Lawrence tarboro, n. c.

Betsy Lee fremont, n. c.

Katherine Lemmond waxhaw, n. c.

Isabel Lennon manteo, n. c.

Roland Lewis bethel, n. c.

Beulah Mayo

MESIC, N. C.

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Junior Class

Alma McGinxis greenville, n. c.

Orelle McLamb

salemburg, n. c.

Mildred McLawhorn vanceboro, n. c.

Mabel Menefee greenville, n. c.

Irene Mizelle snow hill, n. c.

Alice Lillon Morgan wingate, n. c.

Beth Morrison statesville, n. c.

Helen Moselv kinston, n. c.

Miriam Mullen

BUNN, N. C.

Margaret Myers salemburg, n. c.

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Jmnior Class

Letha Newton elm city, n. c.

Laura Overtox greenville, n. c.

Elm A Parrish

CLIO, S. C.

Addie Pi XX ell

WARRENTON, N. C.

Ruth Pittmax

forkland, n. c.

Willie Powell

FAIRMONT, N. C.

Mildred Powell

SUNBERRV, N. C.

Abrigail Roberts

greenville, n. c.

Edna Smith greenville, n. c.

Mary Louise Smith charlotte, n. c.

Page sixty-






Jwnior Class

Helen Spruill columbia, n. c.

RuBV Stewart monroe, n. c.

Jewell Stone

EFFINGHAM, S. C.

Miranda Strickland spring hope, n. c.

Mildred Stroud kinston, n. c.

Gladys Swindell washington, n. c.

Florence Taft greenville, n. c.

Hannah Turnage kinston, n. c.

Margaret Vick kelford, n. c.

Viola Walker battleboro, n. c.

Page sixty-three






Jimior Class

Emma Watson wildvvood, n. c.

Edn'a Thomas West

DOVER, N. c.

Martha Vivian Whitehurst parmele, n. c.

Mildred Whitehurst bethel, n. c.

Doris Woodard pendleton, k. c.

Llcy Wynne

washington, n. c.

LlCILE Yelverton fountain, N. C.






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Sophomore Class Poem

We, the Class of Thirty-two,

Take these ideals, both good and strong, To guide us on. Be just; be true; Work with a will to right the wrong. And to our Alma Mater dear

We give our deep-felt loyalty; Our love to Her whom we revere -

Our hope to serve Her steadily.

Nancy Jane Poole.






Sophomore Class

Officers

Hazel Futrell President

Alice Tilley J'ice-PresUmt

Olive Gilbert Secretary

Marguerite Lane Treasurer

Millie Moore S. G. Representative

Marjorie Flythe Teco Echo Reporter

Shirley Mili.kr ... ... Tecoan Representative

Kathleen McDaniel C/wer Leader

Catherine Flaugher Clieer Leader

CuLLiE Stafford Critic

Nancy Jane Poole Poet

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Sophomore Class

Mildred Ives Maggie Inmav Marjorie JacksOiV Susie Jenkins LixA Johnson Sara Johnson Irene Jones Marguerite Lane

Louise Joye Mildred Joyxer Mary Kelly Ruth King Irma Knowles Tucker Lynch Ethel Little

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Ruby Smith Grace Snell Ruby Spratt

CuLLiE Stafford Mary E. Stevenson Elsie Taylor

Sophomore Class

Alice Tilley Zelota Trippe Carolyn Tyson Annie D. Upchurch Hannah Wise Ward Lela Whitehurst Hazel Whitehurst Helen Williams

Sara Williams Lucy Williford Thelma Wilson Rena Woodard Verna Worthington Evelyn Wright

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Freshman Class

Colors: Green and White Class Flo^wer: Lily-of-the-Valley

Motto: "To strive; to seek; to find; but not to yield."

Officers

Margaret Murchison President

Zell Foley Viee-President

Nina Walston Secretary

Dorothy Sloan Treasurer

Kara Lynn Corey Critic

Hunter Spears .... Student Council Representative

Tennys Thornton Clieer Leader

Julia Farrior Tecoan Representative

Hazel Walston Teco Echo Reporter

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Freshman Class Memlbers

Maxixe Allen Frances Allison Jlianita Arthur James T. Atkinson Nell Autry Annie Mae Baker Margaret Baldwin Inez Becton Mary Bliforo Best Elizabeth Biddle Mary Briley Vera Broughten Julia Holland Butler Loree Cagle Helen Carlton Rebecca Chenault Clapton Cherry Thelma Cherry Ellen Clifton Vivian Cooke Kara Lynn Carey C;race Cox

Margaret C. Daughtery Hilda Davis Mildred Davis Mary Edna Dobson Emma Dozier Alice Mae Elks Julia Farrior Berneice Fields Margaret Fisher Jennie L. Fleming Pauline Floyd Iris P. Flythe Zelle Foley Katie Mann Gibes Ella Britt Gilbert Evelyn Gilliam CORINNE Gooch Mildred Gray Eunice Green

Marjorie Griffin Berenice Grimes Edrie Hall Jane Hall Laura K. Hammond Lena Evelyn Hellen Vivian Hellen Jewell Herring Marice Hester Helen Hicks Lillie Hinson Ruth Hollowell Evelyn Howell Ada Hudson Vera Jennings Rebecca Johnson Margaret Johnson Doris May Jones Katherine Jones Mary Louise Jones Virginia Jones Louise Jordan Virginia Kirby Edna. Knowles Dorothy Knox Birdie Dell Lamm Mary Sue Langston Mabel Lewis Mamie Ruth Long Mary McCormick Bessie McLamb Lois McLamb Irene McLaurin Mary Mann Gladys Measley Beulah Mewborn Ima E. Mewborn Dorothy Millis Sybil Mitchelle Clara Belle Merlin Elizabeth Moore

Margaret Murchinson ZuLEKiA Nelson DoLLiE Parker Ethel C. Parker Edna Peele Florence Picott Mary Belle Rabb Nina B. Reel Evelyn Rogers Bett\' Bruce Rouse Elizabeth Royland Lillian F. Savage Adah B. Sessoms Dorothy Sloan Marie Spear Hunter Spears Carolyn Spencer Beatrice Stalls Blanche C. Staton Jesse Strickland Jacqueline Swindell Hazel Taylor Mary Taylor Ruby Taylor Mary E. Tatterton Tennys Thornton Evelyn Tolar Bertha Walston Hazel M. Walston Nina Walston Hazel Ward Lola Watson Ina Whitaker Mary F. Whitehurst Christine Wilkinson Dorothy W. Williams Grace Williford Shirley Wilson Virginia Woodbury juanita worsley Juanita Young






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Senior Normal Class

Colors: Pink and White

Mollo: "Liv

vour best, act your best tod a preparation for tomorr

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All hail. East Carolina Teachers College! You siuung your famous portals wide And opened up your halls of pride That we might enter and abide -

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For the Class of igjo!

To thee. East Carolina Teachers College, We promise our faith, our fidelity. Our service, to enhance thy celebrity. Our supplications for thy longevity. The Class of igjo!

Willie Mae Whitt.

Page eighty






Cassie Cartv, Class President

Page eighty-one






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Senior Normal Class

Officers

Cassie Carty President

Margaret Vaughn Vice-President

Mabel Collier Secretary

Hallie Lee Treasurer

Margaret Silver Cheer Leader

Kate Murray Tecoan Representative

Nell Marsh Teco Echo Reporter

Betsy Baird Critic

Page eighty-tiuo






Senior Normal

Class %oU

Courtney Gordan Abbott

SOUTH MILLS, N. C. Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.: Albpmarl.- Distri

Margaret Abbott grifton, n. c.

Emerson Snri.ty; V. W. i . A.

Ruth Gertrude Adcock

MCADENVILLE, N. C. Y. W. C. A.; Emerson Society: Gaston Coun

Mattie Lucile Allen four oaks, n. c.

Poe Society; Student Club; Y. W. C. Ar.

Anne Geraldine Andrews wendell, n. c.

Betsy Baird

OXFORD, N. C.

ty; Y. W. C. A.;

Rosa Janie Barber biscoe, n. c.

Helen Barker colerain, n. c.

Virginia Barnhill robersonville, n. c.

Emerson Society: Y. W. C. A.

Louise Bartholomew rockv mount, n. c.

Emerson Society: Y. W. C. A.

Page eighty-three






Senior Normal Class %oll Lillian Bass

LUCAMA, N. C.

Mary Belle Bass

DUNN, N. C. Emerson Society.

Delma Bazemore

lewiston, n. c.

Grace AIoore Bazemore

WINDSOR, N. c.

n Society; Y. W. C. A. Choir; Y. W. C.

Essie Mae Belk

monroe, n. c.

Luc-\' Harriette Best

COLDSBORO, N. C. Y. W. O. A.; Lanier Society; Athletic Assoc tlon; Wayne County Club; "Teco Echo" 1 porter; Glee Club; "Tecoan" Representative

Helen Elizabeth Blackmore

WARSAW, N. c.

Lona Elizabeth Bonner swan quarter, n. c.

Edna Boomer swan quarter, n. c.

iety: Vice-President of Hytle Cou

Nancy Lxiuise Bowen laurinburc, n. c.

A.; Poe Society; Society Marsl

Page eighty-four






Senior Normal

Class %oll

Naomi Vhlma H<)\-kin

TARBORO, N. C. ety; EdBecomb (.ounty fluh; Y. W. C.

Minnie Lela Blalock nashville, n. c.

Flora Ross Bridges

NASHVILLE, N. C.

Gertrude Milliard Bright

hookerton, n. c.

Emerson Society; Y. \V. ( . A.

Ella Rinker Brown

KINSTON, N. C.

r Society: Critic Lanier Society; Athletii

Llewellyn Brown

colerain, n. c.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Bertie Toi

Bertha Bunting palmyra, n. c.

y. W. C. A.; Emerson Society; Atll

Winnie Belle Bunn zebulon, n. c.

Lanier Society; Y. W. c: A.

Rosa Mae ]3urkhead

candor, n. c.

y. W. C. A.; Emerson Society; Glee

Helen Rebecca Burnette

RICH SQUARE, N. C.

I'age eiglity-fi<ve






Senior Normal Class %oll EuLA Butler

Margaret Nixox Bvrd scotland neck, n. c.

President: Proctor: Emerson Society: : County Club; Y. W. 0. A.; Assistant iusiness Manager of Hand Book.

Lucy Elizabeth Cain buies creek, n. c.

. A.: Foe Society: H. B. ('. rlub; Teco

Cassie AuGisTA Carty

Lilllan Elizabeth Carter ahoskie, n. c.

Soci.ty: Hertfoirt County Chib; \\ W. C

Florella Elizabeth Carroll

MONROE, N. C.

Mary Elizabeth Chandler

blanche. n. c.

Emfrson Socit-ty; Y. \V. r. A.

Emily Gray Clarke virgilina, va.

Phebe Clark reidsville, n. c.

Helen Virginia Cheek

GREENVILLE, N. C.

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Senior Normal

Class %oU

Anne Coleman reidsville, n. c.

Emerson Society: Glee Club; T. W. C. A. Choii Secretary-Treasurer of Glee Club.

Beatrice Cherry

STOKES, N. c.

Emerson Society.

Nellie Hazel Cherry stokes, n. c.

Emerson Society.

Emma Grey Cobb

SHARPSBURC, N. C.

Emerson Society: Wilson County Club.

Evelyn Cobb

ELM CITS', N. C. Emerson Society; Wilson County Club.

Ida Pridgen Cobb tarboro, n. c.

Poe Society; Edgecombe County Club; Y, V C. A.; Proctor.

Frances Virginia Cooke

kinston, n. c.

Poe Society: Y. W. C. A.

Margaret Charlotte Copeland pittsboro, n. c.

Nina Compton mebane, n. c.

Poe Society; Glee Club; Student Governmei Representative: "Teco Ecbo" Repoi'ter for Atl

Mabel Collier whiteville, n. c.

Y. W. C. A.; Treasurer Columbia County Clul

Poe Society; Proctor; Social Committee H. 1

C. Club; Secretary "D" Class.

Page eighty-seven






Seeior Normal

Class %oU

An.A Elizabeth Coxlf.v

MARIOV, N. C.

Elizabeth Bryan Covncil white oak, n. c.

:.. A.; H.' 'b. C. Club Vici-PiPsi'rtent.

Josephine Phillips Covixgton rockingham, n. c.

lOm.ison Society: Y. W. c'. A.; Finrtnr.

Louise Cornelia Covington rockingham, n. c.

rson Society; Y. W. C. A. rlmir: Y. W,

Sarah Jennings Cowand aulander, n. c.

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Lila Mae Crawley raeford, n. c.

S.,.i..ty; Y. W. C. A.; lleivdith fol

Frances Craig gastonia n. c.

Anna Virginia Credle lake landing, n. c.

Martha Ruby Creech

KENLY, N. C.

Mildred Henrietta Crenshaw monroe, n. c.

Union County Club.

Page eighty-eight






Senior Normal Class %oll

Helen Armfielo Crowder wadesboro, n. c.

Carolyn Elizabeth Dean oxford, n. c.

Poe Sofiety; Y. W. l '. A.; Granvillr I

Verlon Elizabeth Dean

STOVALL, N. C. Society; Y. W. C. A.; Granvilk' Ci

Valdah Copeland Deaton

Eacle springs, n. c.

Poe Soi-iety; Y. W. C. A.; Sandhill Clu

Margaret Elizabeth Dorsev

laurikburc, n. c.

Minnie Frances Dlnkley virgilina, va.

Poe Socioty; Granville County Club.

Mary Elizabeth Dlpree

Clarice Ellerbe roberdel, n. c.

Merle Faircloth

fayeiteville, n. c.

Y. W. C. A.; Pof Society; Athletic j

Elizabeth Farley roxboro, n. c.

Emerson Society; Y. W. C.

Page eighty-nine






Senior Normal

Class %oll

Margaret Felton

GATES, N. C.

Poe Society; Athletic

olunteer Band: Gates Coui Y. W. C. A. Choir.

Hilda James Flowe

ALLEN, N. C. Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

WiLMA Flowe

ALLEN, N. C. son Society; Y. W.

Ella Marie Futrelle rich square, n. c.

ety; Y. W. C. A.; Northampton

Marie Floyd fairmont, n. c.

..e Society: Y. W. C.

Vice-Presi-

Marv Lol- Fogleman burlington, n. c.

Gearl Deax Ford lowell, n. c.

Society: Gaston County Club C. A.

Gwendolyn Forrest

WINTERVILLE, N. C.

Flay Gaddy monroe, n. c.

Lucy Gambill Hendersonville, n. c.

erson Society; Y. W. C.

Page ninety






Seeior Normal

Class %oll

Ida Myrtle Geddie

ERWIN, N. c.

Virginia George kinston, n. c.

Margaret Gibson laurel hill, n. c.

Scotland County Club; Y. W. C. A.: Poe Society.

Nancy Gordon rocky mount, n. c.

Lanier Society: Advertising Manager of "Teco Ecllo"; "D" Play: Marshal: "D" Class Repre-

Debate.

Courtney Texanna Gordan south mills, n. c.

T. W. C. A.; Poe Society: Albemarle Distr

Frances Goddard

DUNN, N. C.

Emily Ferebee Gooding oriental, n. c.

Poe Society.

Mary Lee Greene

INGOLD, N. C. Lanier Society.

Eula Elizabeth Griffin red oak, n. c.

Lynda Lewis Grant ridgeway, n. c.

Page ninety-one






Senior Normal

Class %oll AxNiE Christine Hall

BAHAMA, N. C.

Poe Society; College Mont

ithletic Association; Wearer of am; Y. W. C, A.; Circulation "Teco Echo"; Chief Marshal.

Dora Mildred Ham pikeville, n. c.

Elizabeth Hardee greenville, n. c.

Elva Lee Hardee benson, n. c.

Mary Ward Hardy kinston, n. c.

Poe Society.

Selma Hardy la grange, n. c.

Mildred Louise Harper kinston, n. c.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

RiTH Hazel Harriett pollocksville, n. c.

Laniec Society; Y. W. C. A.

Danie Hayes rocky point, n. c.

Nellie M.w Hendricks

HERIKORO, N. C. Society; Y. W. C. A.; Rcligiou

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Senior Normal

Class %oll

Lois Herring greenville, n. c.

Elizabeth B. Hill virgilina, va.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athlnir Ass.

Irene B. Hill winston-salem, n. c.

Glee Club; Athletic Association.

Edith Adelaide Hicks

TABOR, N. C.

Willie Lee Hobgood

OXFORD, N. C. Poe Society; Granville County I'luh;

Alethia Hodges

WASHINGTON, N. C.

Louise Hopges washington, n. c.

lety; Y. W. C. A.; Athle

Helen House

bethel, n. c.

ESTELLE HoLLOWAY

durham, n. c.

Maxine Hopkins elizabeth city, n. c.

Mikl

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Semior Normal

Class %oU

Delia Hopkixs

ORIENTAL, N. C.

Society; Athletic Association;

Frances House robersonville, n. c.

Mary Louise Hudgins beaufort, n. c.

Teco Echo- lub Chairr

Lanier Society Debater; Secre- Society; Carteret County Club; Reporter for Carteret County .n of Program Committee for

Sara Eunice Huff henderson", n'. c.

Poe Society; V. W. C. A.

Frances Hurley biscoe, n. c.

merson Society; Y. W. C. j

Eliza Ann Jackson

KINSTON, N. c.

F. Marie James

SOUTH MILLS, N. C.

Javan Jarman

magnolia, N. C.

Lanier Society; Student Vi

Hazel Griffix Jarrell grifton, n. c.

Nellie Jarvis swan' quarter, k. c.






Senior Normal Class %oll

Ruth Jenkins fairmont, n. c.

Alice Lee Johnson benson, n. c.

WiLHELMINA JOHNSON

FOUR OAKS, N. C.

lier Society; Johnston County Clu

Charlotte Hilda Jones turkey, n. c.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Ila Mae Jones

LUCAMA, N. c.

Mary Sheppard Keel greenville, n. c.

Emerson Society.

Martha Kerley morganton, n. c.

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.

Matilda Klein wilmington, n. c.

Emerson Socle

New Hanover

Louise Kittrell winterville, n. c.

Annis Louise Knox huntersville, n. c.

merson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Page nine'y-fit






Senior Normal

Class %oll

Pattie Mae Latta hillsboro, n. c.

.'. A.; Poe Society; Treasurer of Poe

Elizabeth Glenn Lawrence enfield, n. c.

Inez Leath conwav, s. c.

..rtioii Soii.ty; Y. W. C.

Callie Mae Lee lixdex, n. c.

Hallie Lee marshville, n. c.

OcEY Lee

DUNN, N. C.

Wilhelmina Lee swan quarter, n. c.

Lola Pearl Leonard louisburg, n. c.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

^Largaret Elizabeth Lewis farmville, n. c.

Society; Pitt County Cluli; Y. W. C.

Marjorie Leigh Lewter rosemary, n. c.

Page mncty-stx






Senior Normal

Class %oll

EvELvx Grace Long

Sophie Williams Little

pactolus, n. c.

Laura ^Lae ALartin polkton, n. c.

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NliLL RlTH ^LaRSH

MARSHVILLE, N. C.

Vice-President o( Class; Emerson Society; 'Teco

Echo" Reporter: Athletic Association; Union

County Club: Y. W. c. A.

Myrtle Melton

Edna Cathleen Mizelle

ROPER, N. C. Athletic Association: Lanier Societv: Treasurer: Washington County Club; .Ma

Patsy Movntacue

OXFORD, N'. c.

Emerson Society: Pr,.,.,or; Y. -SV.

LiciLE Elizabeth Moore

KINSTON', N. C.

ALalde Elizabeth Moore

STOKES, y. c.

Pat/e ninety-seven






Senior Normal

Class %oll

Sallie Merrvmox Moore

AYDEN, N. C.

Society; T. W. C. A.; I.anier S

AXGELINE MORRISETTE CURRITUCK, N. C. liir Society; Albemarle District r'lub.

Daisy Mae Morse weeksville, n. c.

son Society; Albemarle District Club.

Martha Scott Morton wilmington, n. c.

Selema Mullen

BUNN, N. C. Lanier Society.

KaTHRVX CoXXOR MlRRAV WILSO.V, N. C. ) Echo" Staff; Tecoan"' Staff: Chairman iblicity Committee for Class; Wilson Coun- ty Club; T. W. C. A.

E.MMA Lee McArthlr

GREEXVILLE, V. C. Emerson Society; Y. W. I .. A.

Martha McArthlr creekville, v. c.

Edxa Lea McCall ellerbe, n. c.

Nellie Reid ALacDonald st. pauls n. c.

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Senior Normal

Class %oll

Roberta McCilloch elkton, n. c.

Lois Evelyn Newsoaie ahoskie, n. c.

Lucille Iona Nichols mcadenville, k. c.

Blanche Newton

STEM, N. C.

Sara O'Neal belhaven, n. c.

Mary Ella Orr

wallace, n. c.

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Julia Hunter Parham

KINSTON, N. c. n Society: Y. W. C. A.: Atliletii ciation; Emerson Cheei- Leader.

Mary Elizabeth Parker

SELMA, N. C.

Julia Adelene Parkin

BEAUFORT, N. C. Y. W. C. A.

Willie Miriam Peele laurinburg, n. c.

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Senior Normal Class %oU

Dorothy- IVIae Pegram washington, n. c.

Snoioty: Y. W. C. A.: AthlPti

Rlbv Clive Perkinson kitrell, n. c.

Vc So(-i,.ty; Y. W. P. A.

Sallie Page Perkinson

WISE, N. c. Poe Society; Warren Cnunty Clul

Geneva Phillips mcfarlon, n. c.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Ella Rose Pipkin

MT. OLIVE, N. C. Emerson Society; Glee Club.

Lottie Lillian Pipkin mx. olive, n. c.

IVLxRGARET Evelyn Pipkin

MT. OLIVE, N. C.

Charlotte Pope atkinson, n. c.

. \V. C. A.; Glee Club; Y. \V. C. A. Choir

Elizabeth Catherine Powell

WISE, N. c.

Treva Shirley Porter favetteville, n. c.

ne Society; Glee Club; College Quartet; Y. W. A. Choir: Athletic Association; Basketball; resident of H. B. C. Club; Violin Ensemble; Proctor.

Page one hundred






Senior Normal Class %oll

Ilma Christine Pratt

morvev, n. c.

Poc Socicts ; Y. W. C. A.; Class Clitic.

Reba Proctor rocky mount, n. c.

Y. W. C. A.; EmtTson Sooiety: Athletic Assn- ciHtion; Basketball.

Lettie Pridgex sharpsburg, n. c.

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club.

Thelma Pritchard

AULANDER, N. C. Y. W. C. A.: Emerson Society.

Ella Wood Olin'n wallace, n. c.

Y. "U'. C. A.: Emerson Societj-.

Lillian Marie Ransom andrews, s. c.

Emerson Society; T. W. C. A.; Warren County Club; Student Volunteer Band.

Atha Rowena Redfearn monroe, n. c.

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.: Athletic Asso- ciation; Vice-President of Union County Club; State Teachers' College at Fredericksburg, Va.; State Teachers' College at Boone. N. C.

K.atherine Reid pilot mountain, n. c.

Y. W. C. A.

Annie Laurie Robeson white oak, n. c.

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Associa- tion; H. B. C. Club.

Ida Lee Robinson

ivanhoe, n. c.

Lanier Society; Y'. \V. C. A.

Page one hundred one






Jl ' . -jn

Senior Normal

Class %oll

Hazel Rodwell

MACON', N. c.

Marjorie Ellex Roebuck robersonville, n. c.

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Phoere Rolison vandemere, n. c.

Poe Society: T. W. C. A.

Lenore Averette Rouse kinston, n. c.

Susan Spruill Rumley beaufort, n. c.

Society; Y. W. C. A.; Cai-terot

Club; Treas

County Club.

Ella Mae Sallinger knightdale, n. c.

Minnie Elizabeth Sanford

STEM, N. C.

Society; Granville County Club; Y. W. C.

Rosa Key Saunders burgaw, n. c.

Y. W. C. A.

Mildred Claurine Sawyer

HOBCOOD, N. c. Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club.

Rebecca Scoville greenville, n. c.

Page one hundred two






Senior Normal

Class %oll

Mary Elizabeth Sears

SCR ANTON, N. C.

Bessie Louise Shearin rockv mount, n. c.

Lanier Soriety: Y. W. C. A.

DoROTH-^- Taylor Shotwell

STOVALL, N. C.

Hilda Grace Shute

KINSTOV, N. c.

Society: Y. W. C. A,; Athletic

Margaret Anne Silver

SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.

Glee Club; Poe

Helen Mae Simmons

Onedia Siler

APEX, N. C.

Louise Grey Smith reidsville, n. c.

Poe Society.

Alpha Snipes hillsboro, n. c.

Society; Chairman Initiation Committee Society; Y. W. C. A.; Basketball Tear Secretary Athletic AsS' rer of Monogram.

Elizabeth Vance Sparkman

BURCVW, N. c. Society; T. W. C. A.; Athletic Associal

Page one hundred three






Senior Normal

Class %oll

Aelixr Spivey

HOBBSVILLE, N. C.

Lalra Lucielle Stanley four oaks, n. c.

Mildred Balsley Stanley

N. C.

i.: Proctor; "Tei-

Edna Louise Stanton elizabeth city, n. c.

Lela Brown Stancil greenville, \'. c.

Doris Stephenson

SEABOARD, N. C.

A.; rof Sooiety; Nortliamptoi

Helen Stewart mocksville, x. c.

ith College; Emerson Society; "Tc Staff.

Mary Elizabeth Summer ahoskie, k. c.

icii'ty; Y. \V. C. A-: Athletic Associ

ril County Club; Vice-Presidi'nt of

ford Cfiunty Club.

Elgenia Ward Sutton mount olive, n. c.

Foe Society; Y. \V. C. A.

Thelma Opal T.aylor

sealevel, n. c.

Page one hundred fo






Senior Normal

Class %oll

Sara Elizabeth Taylor kinston, n. c.

Helen Thompson

henderson, n. c.

Poc Socioty; Y. W. c. A.

Marguerite Thompson

SLOOP POINT, N. C.

Edith Helene Tolaxd leechville, n. c.

Ada Meredith Tunnell

SWAN QUARTER, N. C. C. A.: Poe Society: Hydr roiinty

Eugenia Tull

KINSTON, N. c. Society Marshal; Y. W. C. A.; A

Ora Kate Turner jackson, n. c.

V. W. C. A.; Poe Society; Athletic A

Carrie Belle Tunstall

OXFORD, N. C.

Ivadean Twiford

MIDDLETOWN, N. C. Emerson Society; V. W. C. A.

Margaret Elizabeth \'aug.han

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. nersoii Society; Y. W. C. A.; Vice-Presidei

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Senior Normal

Class %oll

Florexce Vincent vultare, n. c.

Society; Y. W. C. A.: Athlet

Katherine Wall littleton, n. c.

Pof Soi-iiHty; \Vf

Clul); Y. W. r.

Lena Waller kinston, n. c.

Poo Society; Y. W. C.

^'y

ZoE Waller

KINSTON, N. C. Pne Society; Y. tV'. C. A.; Lenoir County Club;

Annie Walker nashville, n. c.

Mary Alice Walston pinetops, n. c.

Annie Jordan Ward merry hill, n. c.

=oe Society; Bertie County Cluli.

Grace Olivia Watson

KENLY, N. C. 1 Society; Y. W. C. A.; Johnston County

Lizzie Mae Warren spring hope, n. c.

Virginia Louise Warren spring hope, n. c.

Page one hundred six






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Senior Normal t^ ^^^_^. ., .

Class %oU -^^P^M

Mary Erxest Washixgtox ' B^fc^\^^^^iB^^^i,

Myrtle Allene Weston HR*^ J^^H

LAKE LANDING, N. C. ]29^HiH^if''^^^H

Emeison Society. ^fIS^^H^E^ y'^^

Elizabeth Whichard ' ^iB

BETHEL, N. C. | B______^__^_^^

T. AV. C. A., Poo Society: Critie Poe So(i..t>: i HHB^^^B

Willie Mae Whitt tol* ^^T^TT^^ftfc, ^H

Foe Society; Y. \V. C. A.: Athletic t /'^^^^B^^^H^^I* ^1

Red-Headed Club President: Basketball Team; ^ <^ ^^^V^ ^^^I^^T ^B

Student Volunteer Band: World Fellowship Et'^^^E ^^HHK.^.u.flH

Committee; Cla^s Poet. f^ ^^fJ/^'^^K^'^^^T'^^^' -

Ivor Wilkinson f^HB'^B^&i'^k- ^

GOLDSBORO, N. C. _;. ^B^T J^I^TB^^I ^^ \ |

Emerson Society; Athletic Association: T. W. r ' i^Ltf^^^^l K M l*^!

C. A.: Monogram Club; Basketball Team; "Te- ^" ^^^^ f *~ 5l J*^.

Susie Thelma Williams ^ ^^^^^^^IVvr ^^m*

Emerson Society; Pitt County Club. | ^^^^ ^^HK JSJ ^^^m^^

Camille Winstead V ^^H^^HH

elm city, n. ^^^IB^^HI

Emerson Society; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Choir: i ^^KKv^^Bt^^

President Glee Club. '^"

Mildred Edna Winstead raxsomville, n. c.

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A. '

Sallie Wood

essex, n. c. ^, i

Y. W. C. A.; Poe Society; Athletic Associa- ((|H<|

Geneva Woopard kenly, n. c.

Poe Society; Y. 'W. C. A.; John.ston County

Club; Y. W. C. A. Choir. ^ ^^ ^ f^ "^

cr *n "L. T Ik 5i

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Senior Normal Class %oll

IrEXE ^V00D.VRD KENLY, N. C.

iety; Y. W. C. A.: Johnston

Martha Eliza Woodruff

garysburg, n. c.

Kii-ty; Y. W. C. A.; Northampton C

Annie LaRogue Worthington grifton, n. c.

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.

Xaxcv Irene Yelverton

black creek, n. c.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Oleva Zahniser greenville, n. c.

roe Society; Pitt County Club.






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Ann Beatty and Bobby Furr Junior Normal Class Mascots

Junior Normal Class Poem

Tlu " C" Class hails yni u'lth smiles hriyht /, We lift our glad voices in song and in cheer. We'll soon pass the first milestone; How great sounds the name! Oh, "C" Class! Dear "C" Class! Here's health, ivealth. and fame- May ice in the future Be brave, pure, and hrii/ht. And love our class colors - The red and the white. We're to pass the first milestone - IIoiu great sounds the name! Oh, "C" Class! Dear 'C" Class! Here's health, wealth, and fame!

Mary PARRon.






Junior Normal Class

Officers

Nellie Stewart President

Polly McLeod Vice-President

Margaret Niven Secretary

Alma McDaniel Teco Echo Reporter

Elizabeth Rogers Tecoan Reporter

Katherine Sessoms Cheer Leader

Katie Bell Smith Critic

Mary Lewis Clayter Treasurer

Page one hundred eleven






JUNIOR ^











Junior Normal Class

Marion' Adler ILA Mae Allen' LiDA Allsbrook Ethel Anderson- Miriam AUSBON Edith Ausley Elsie Autry Effie Aycock Annie Clara Baker Annie Ruth Baker Irene Doris Barnes Daisy V. Bell Elizabeth Bell Marv Baxter Bell Lois BENNErr

Louise Biggs Authula Bissette Inez Bissette Minnie Lela Blalock Parrieleigh Bobbit Mildred Bonev Viola Boyce Dorothy Bright Mary Etta Brinkley loLA Britt Pearle Britt Enid Broadwell Edna Bryan Lila Gray Bryan Nannie Bullock

Mary Kemp Bunn Margaret Burkhead Doris Burnette Edna Burney Nancy Holmes Butler Elizabeth Cahoon Lola Cahoon Lucy Cain Mildred Cain Catherine Campbell Ruby Lee Carpenter Mary Carter Olive Casey Lynn Cash Fannie Chapman

Helen Cheek Annie M. Cherry Mary Lewis Claytor Margaret Cole Frances Cooke Virginia Cooper Charlotte Copeland Katie Corbett. Eldridge Creech Virginia Crutchlow Mozelle Daniels Mary Wise Davenport Annie Davis

Blanche Davis Julia Davis Lessie Davis Margaret Davis Valdah Deaton EsTELLE Dees Elizabeth Douglas Pauline Eagles Mary Eborn Sara Edmondson Louise Edwards Kathleen Ellis Lois Ennis

Anne Ester Mattie Eure Ernestine Everette Ruth Farabow Mary Felton Annie Ruth Fidler Sara Firesheets JANIE Belle Fitzgerald Lillie Mae Floyd Lucille Floyd Elizabeth Forester Lucy Fortescue

Page

hundred fourteen






Jimior Normal Class

Alice Fussell Eda Marie Futrelle Eloise Gallup Sadie Mae Gaskins Dorothy Godwin Clement Godon Jessie Griggs Martha Griggs Esther Grimsley Kathleen Guard Alice Hackett Lucille Haizlip Christine Hall Catherine Hall Helen Hand

Elva Hardee Ruby Harper Mary Harrell Priscilla Harris Virginia Harrison Mabel Hassel Mary Bell Henley Irene Hill Myrtle Hill Daisy Hobbs Elizabeth Hobbs Cly'de Hobgood Willie Hobgood Margaret Hood Doris Hooks

Kathleen Hooks Frances Hopkins Beitie White House Gertrude House Margaret Hudgins Margaret Huff Marie Jackson Wilma Jarvis Wilma Jenkins Edna Jones Evelyn Jones Ada Joyner Sara Kemp

Annie Laurie Kennedy Victoria Kornegay

Myrtle Kuykendall

Lola Leonard

Wilhelmina Lee

Velma Lee

Elsie Leary

Sue Boddie Macon

Lucy May Marshburn

Brownie Martin

Eva Maynard

Ida Mayo

Mary Edna Melvin

Lucille Mitchell

WiLLARD Moore

Blanche Moore Christine Moore Georgia Moore Margaret T. Morris Mae Munnaly'n Kathryn McAllister Alma M. McDaniel Margaret McGowan Lucille McLaurin Pauline McLeod Dorothy McMillan Katherine Newell Bertha Mae Newman

Margaret Niven Ruth Newsome Susie Newton Dorothy Overton Annie M. Overton Daisy Parker Flossie Parker Mary Parrot Cecille Patrick Nellie Penny Mallie Perry

Page one hundred fifte






Jueior Normal Class

Virginia Peterson Martha Phelps Katherine Pierce Eloise Pierce Margaret Pipkin Rose Pipkin Irene Pitt Gladys Pleasant Frances Plonk Charlotte Pope Aebie M. Porter Hazel Procter Ella Quinn Katherine Reid Alice Reen

Fleeta Rhvne Docia Rich Mabel Roberts Frances Roberts Elizabeth Anne Rogers Viola Rovce Tucker Roxv Vivian Sawyer Marvel Saunders Mary Sears

Mary Catherine Sessoms Elizabeth Shadrack Maudgenia Shearin Mary Shearin Margaret Silver

May Dell Smith Jessie Smith Katie Bell Smith Mary Wilson Spence Eula Stanton Edna Stanton Bessie Stewart Nellie Stewart Beulah Sutton Bernice Sylivant Eloise Tatum Edna W. Taylor Thelma Taylor Winifred Taylor Sara Terry

Marguerite Thomas Marguerite Thompson Sara Thompson Pattye Thompson Delilah Tart Anna Bell Thornton Lessie Tilley Marie Trask Mamie Turner Ruth Turner Ivadean Twiford Mary Ellen Vick Mary Alice Walston Lillian Ward

Melissa Ward Elizabeth Warren Grace Warwick Julia Warwick ViRGiE West Ina Whitaker Charlotte White Emily Whitehurst Clyde Whitfield Flossie Whitley Marie Whitley Ethel Williams Mary Louise Williams Margaret Wilson

Ruth Winfree Beulah Winslow Annie Wood Sallie Wood Leola Wi Verneda Wo Tillie Woolard Ida Pearle Worsley Mary Worthington

Page one hundred sixteen






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Student Goveremeet Association

Officers

Jeasnette Sessoms President

Ethel Shelton Vice-President

Grace Gardner Secretary

LiNA Johnson Treasurer

India Bateman Chairman Campus Committee

Evelyn Jennings President Y. If. C. A.

Elizabeth Spears Senior Representati-ve

Alice Morgan Junior Representati've

Millie Moore Sophomore Representative

Hunter Spears Freshman Representative

Marjorie Lewter "D" Representative

Fleta Rhyne "C" Representative

HoLSE Presidexts Katherine Lemmond Margaret Byrd

Annie Laurie Hunt Bessie Grissom

Josephine Grant Beulah Lassiter

Frances Craig Betsy Bairo

Sara Cobb

hundred tiventy






Jeanette Sessoms, Windsor, N. C. President Student Government Association

Page one hundred lii.e)ily-,






MAF.J0R1E LEWTER 5

STUDENT COUNCIL

Page one hundred twenty-,






BETSV BAIRD

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STUDENT COUNCIL

/'(ii/f one hundred fwenty-three






Evelyn Jennings, Elizabeth City, N. C.

Presidi/it Yountj Women's Chrislian Association

Page one hundred twenty-four






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Y, W. C. A. Cabinet

Officers

Evelyn Jennings President

Lena Lineberger I'icr-Presidint

CuLLiE Stafford Secretary

Katherine Whitehuret Treasurer

Selma Gray Hooks , : . ^'"/'o'''''''

Hannah Turnage Reliijious Education

Leah Godwin Social

LuciELLE Stanley Social Scr-vice

Ethel Raskins Jl'orld Fello'ws/np

Bessie Ferguson Music

Grace Bazemore Publicity

Mamie Bartholomew Store Keeier

Page one hundred fKenty-five






)ENT VOLUNTEER BAND

JL MuK LAi.lSEl

Page one hundred tuenty-.






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Athletic Association

Colors: Purple and Gold Mascot: Wildcat

Motto: B2 Symbol: Oak Leaf

Officers

Janie Gold Hardee President

Lela Brown Stanxil I'hr-President

Alpha Snipes Secretary

Ella Rinker Brown . . . Business Manager-Treasurer

RosLYN Satterwhite Tecoan Representative

Marguerite Lane Tcco Echo Reporter

Page one hundred i^enty-seijen











Wearers Monogram

of

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The Athletic Association awards a monogram to each member wlio, by participat- ing in various forms of athletics and by conforming to certain health rules, makes five hundred points.

Alpha Snipes Ivor Wilkerson

Helen Blackmore AIargaret Carlton

Annie Lee Bryant Janie Gold Hardee

Florella Carroll






SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM Winners of the Cup for Three Successive Years

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JUNIOR NORMAI I 1 AM WINNING BASKETBALL TEAMS

Page one hundred thirty






COLLEGE CHEER LEADERS

Members of the Wmmmg Basketball Teams

Page one liunJred tliirty-i






liwl^'

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CLASS BASKETBALL TEAMS

Paffp one hundred l/iiriy-tv:B






FRES HMAN ^ENIORMO R mi PPE SOCIETY JUNIOR NORr*\At*j;?'^

(feii>

Emerson SOCIETY lanier. society ^

CHEER LEADERS

Page one hundred thiny-three






The Tecoan

|HOUGH it had for some years been the desire of the students of East Carolina Teachers College to publish a year book, it was not until 1923 that the first annual appeared. The iiV il book, taking its name from a contraction of the words, "Teachers College Annual," was christened "Tecoan," and has kept this title in subsequent editions. In this initial volume the aim of the editors was to present by pictures and by the written word a well-rounded account of life on our campus during the scholastic year of publication. Editors of the six annuals which have followed have in general adhered to this plan. The published volumes of the "Tecoan" thus give a history of student life at the college for the period of the past seven years.

The following girls have headed the editorial and business staffs, respectively: Lois Haskins and Hilda Jeanette, Annie H. Felton and Grace Straussburger, Millie Jane Roebuck and Annie Blanche Herring, Bruce Ellis and Lessie Cogdell, Nancy Hinson and Inez Van Dyke, Alary Hccutt and Delma Smith, Marcella Deal and Lucille Sermons, and Eliza Walters and Julia Cogdell.

The annual each year has been dedicated to some person whose service to the college has merited appreciation from the students. In 1923 the "Tecoan" was dedicated to the president of the college. Dr. Robert H. Wright. In succeeding years it has been dedicated to Dr. Leon R. IVIeadows, Mr. Ralph C. Deal, Mr. Herbert E. Austin, Miis Sallie Joyner Davis, Miss Maria D. Graham and Miss Mamie E. Jenkins, and Dr. Ronald J. Slay.

The publication was admitted to the North Carolina Collegiate Press Association in 1926. The editor and the business manager have attended each meeting of the organization since that time.

The faculty advisers are Miss Mary Greene, for the editorial staff, and Dr. R. J. Slay for the business staff.

Page one hundred thirty-four






-\^ ^'-^"^^fi

Julia Cogdei.i., Business Manatjer Eliza Walters, Editnr-in-Cliic}

The 1930 Tecoan

Ki)iT(iRiAL Staff

am EJitiir Ivor Wilkinson'

air Edihir Emily Reese Snapshot

ate Editor Nancy Poole Joke

Business Staff

Pauline McLeod . Asst. Bunness Manager Evelyn Wright . . Assl. Business M

Marcella Deal !s

Alice Tilley ...... .Is;

Helen Stewart Is:

Typist Editor Editor

4S "iM 'W,

Mary Greene Page one hundred l/iirty-Jivi

Tecoan Advisers Ruth Bonnewttz

Dr. R. J. Slay






rECOAN STAFF

Page one hundred thirty-i






The Teco Echo

I~'\\]- Teco Echo of East Carolina Teachers College hid it beginning in 1925. At that time the college , _ ^,11 had no newspaper edited by the student body. Since, however, a desire for college news published by the college community was felt, a special vote of the entire student body provided for the establishment of a semi- monthly newspaper.

The name for the publication was chosen by a contest. A reward of five dollars was offered to the student submitting the best and most appropriate name. Miss Christine Vick, at that time a member of the Senior Class and president of the Student Body, won the prize. The name was derived from Teachers College, the first two letters of each word being com- bined to form "Teco", and the "Echo" was added.

In 1926 the publication was admitted into the North Caro- lina Collegiate Press Association, and has sent two represent- atives, the editor and the business manager, to each meeting of the organization since that time.

Since 1926 the Teco Echo has been a member of the Co- lumbia Scholastic Press Association of New York City. The two members of the staff previously mentioned are sent to each of the annual meetings. The Teco Echo won fourth place in the contest of the C. S. P. A. in 1928. In 1929 the publica- tion won third place. Those who represented the Teco Echo this year at the meeting of the C. S. C. P. in New York City were Ruth Lemmond and Evelyn Caldwell.

The faculty advisers are Miss Mamie E. Jenkins for the editorial staff and Mr. M. L. Wright for the business staff.

Pa^e one hundred thirty-seven






ft m

Rlth Lrmmom), Edili.r-in-Chirf E\M\\\ Cai.dvvei.i., Biisinrss Manatjer

THE TECO ECHO

Publishefl Bi-Monthly During the College Tear bv the Stu- dent Government As^iociation of East Carolina Teachers

Entered as Second-class matter December 3. 1925, at the Postotfice, Greenville. X. C, under the Act of March 3, 1879.

Subscription Rates for the College Year. 51.50. Advertising Rates, 20c per Column Inch per issue.

Staff

Ruth Lemmoxd Editor-in-Chief

Evelyn Caldwell Business Manager

Miss Mamie E. Jexkiks Faculty Adviser

Mr. M. L. Wrighi- Faculty Adviser

Associate Editors

Katherine Lemmoxd Manaijinc/ Editor

Kate Mlrray Assistant Editor

Naxcv Poole Assistant Editor

Elaine Tunnell 4ssistant Editor

Leah Godwin Assistant Editor

Leah Lee Morgan Alumnae Editor

Business Staff

Jamve Martix Issislanl Business Manager

Gladys Swindell hivertising Manager

Hilda Shute Idvertising Manager

Alpha Snipes hivertising Manager

Christine Hall Circulation Manager

Geneva Lou Franklin Circulation Manager

Katherine Lemmond Tyf-ist

Page one hundred thirty-eight






TECO ECHO STAFF

Page one liutidred thirty-.






Smerson Society Song

Tune: "Clayton's Grand March"

Oh, Enicrsrjii Society,

Dear old H'hite and Blue! For you our hearts beat merrily

As we sing this song to you. For when we see our colors there.

Blue and White, everywhere. We knoiv that they mean only yon,

And all you hold so true. So here we are, the Emersons,

Boosting for our clan.

Oh, Emerson! Oh, Emerson'

For you lue'll always stand!

Page one hundred forty






Qldcf^sS'u/inddl ^^ _ ^H'Y^^ Mdrcella Deal ^ki^A ' Lela BrovwnS'tdncill

Emerson Society

Officers

Gladys Swindell President

Marcella Deal Viee-President

Lela Brown Stancill Secretary

Helen Gutherie , . . Treasurer

Rachel McKev Teco Echo Reporter

Cullie Stafford Tecoan Representative

Kay Lee Cloaninger Critic

Page one hundred forty-one











Poe Song

Oh, Edgar! Oh, Edgar Allan!

IFe are the Edgar Allan Pocs.

We are the society.

Choice and picked variety.

Oh, Edgar! Oh, Edgar Allan!

We are the Edgar Allan Pocs.

March on! - March on!

Beneath the red and U'hite,

For we will conquer all our foes.

And ive're sure to ivin in every fight.






MITCHELL ^^^^k'^ ^^^^

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Poe Society

Officers

Eartha Mitchell President

Elaine Tunn'Ell Vue-Prcsidcnl

Eloise Scott Secretary

Pattie Mae Latta Treasurer

Margaret Silver C/ieer Leader

Eliza Whichard Critic

Marguerite Lane Teco Echo Reporter

Helen Moseley Tccoan Rrprescntati've











Lanier Society Song

Let us sing a song of praise to our Soeiety,

Hail to thee, O Sidney Lanier! Loyal members ever proving your sobriety.

Though our fun to us ivill e'er be dear. Then let us to our banner each a tribute pay -

Let us ez'er our motto uphold, Ahvays faithful, true, and loyal to thic. night and day,

Hurrah for the Green and Gold'

Page one hundred forty-.






ff~ "v^m^ - Gsr>>

5ELMA HARDY^, ^^^^ ^ ^^ MARY LOUISE

Lanier Society

Officers

Madeleine McCaix President

Selma Hardy Vice-President

Mary Louise Hudcixs Secretary

Sallie Moore Treasurer

Tucker Lynch Cheer Leader

Ella Rinker Brown Critic

Cora Creech Teco Echo Reporter

Mildred Stanley Tecoan Representative

Page one hundred forty-seven






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Christine Hall, Bahama, N. C. C/iief Marshal Poe Society






EMERSON' SOCIETY MARSHALS

Page one hundred fifty






ft|^^.,'5^"J-^^.--'j'^-,JAt^YE MARTIN ^'-

POE SOCIETY MARSHALS

Page one hundred fifty-






LOUISE HODGES

LAN'IER SOCIETY MARSHALS

Page one iundred fifty-lrwo






ffRACEBA^EMOPF HILLN PUTlLt, lilUISECfiRK

MAMIE BAPTHOl -.MEW C^ -^l ' ^^W^'- ^ i^| ^^1

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Phi Sigma

Louise Carr President

Elaine Tunnell rice-President

Helen Butler Secretary-Treasurer

Mr. Deal faca/^^ Adviser

Page one hundred fifty-three






Colors: Gold ami KUick

Phi Epsilon

Motto: ! do"

fluiuir: HInck-Eyed Su

OlFICKRS

Elizabeth Spears President

CiRACE CiARDN-ER I'ice-Pres'tdent

Helen Moselev Secretary-Treasurer

Mildred Sasser Teioaii Re/^resenlative

Members of the Faculty-

Miss Bettv White

Mr. Keech

Mrs. a. E. Bldxtov

Miss Catherine Cassidv

Mr. R. J. Slay

Miss Katherine Holtzclaw

Marcella Deal Madeline McCaine Evelyn Caldwell Mildred Sasser Eliza Walters Cleo Brendle Addie Pinnell Elizabeth Spears Martha Traynham Hannah Turnace Grace Gardner Helen Mosely Martha Whitehurst Helen Hogcard Bernice Harrell Esther Mae Griffin Sara Williams

Katherine Lemmond Virginia Davis Geneva Dail Eloise Scott Irene Scott Eva Scott

Clara Belle Dauchert's Mary Louise de Bruhl Frances Yelverton Verna Hardy Alice Tilley JAMYE Martin Evelyn Wright CuLLiE Stafford Sara Johnson Helen Griffin Sonna Belle Lamm

Lelia Ellen Belk

Page one hundred fifty-jo






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PHI EPSILON

Paffe one hundred fifty-fi^e






^''J

, -..^^^^^^^ Louise Srake \^ .Mjbel ^enefke

MATHEMATICS CLUB

Page one hundred jifty-six






The Classical Clulb

Symbol: Caduceus of Hermes Mollo: "Forsan et haec olim meminisse juvabit"

Officers

Katie Patrick President

Bessie Ferglso!< rice-President

Rachel Mackey Secretary-Treasurer

Members Ruth Hollowell Katie Patrick Ruth Lemmoxd

Eloise Hyde Nina Walston Rachel Mackey

Bessie Ferguson Evelyn Jennings Margaret Murchison

Dorothy Smith Mary Taylor

Miss Ella Graves Thompson, Faculty Member

hundred fifty-seven






Delta Omicron Sigma

Officers

E Gardner President

Anna Belle Tyson rice-Presldcnl

Esther Mae Griffin Secretary

Clara Bell Daughtery Treasurer

Lucille Cole Tcco Echo Reporter

Cullie Stafford Tecoan Representative

Members

EuLA Bass Grace Gardner Eva Scott

Annie Mae Baker Cori.nne Gooch Irene Scott

Cleo Brendle Josephine Grant Elizabeth Stephenson

Evelyn Caldwell Ester Mae Griffin Elizabeth Spears

LuciLE Cole Helen Griffin Marie Spears

Loree Cacle Bernice Grimes Anna Belle Tyson

Helen Carlton Verna Hardy Annie Dell Upchurch

Rebecca Chenault Mildred Ives Eliza Walters

Mildred Davis Sara Johnson Dorothy Ward

Virginia Davis Jamye Martin Edna Thomas West

Patsy Davenport Irene Mizzelle Grace Whitley

Clara Belle Daughtery Helen Mosely Doris Woodard

Marcella Deal Irene McLamin Frances Yelverton

Mary Louise Debruhl Nina Reel Sara Williams

Pauline Floyd Abigail Roberts Alice Tilley

Marjorie Floyd Mildred Sasser Cullie Stafford

Page one Iiundred fifly-eiijht






The Elementary Edmcational Council

Officers

Julia Cogdell Prcsiden

AxNiE Laurie Brimkley . I'uc-President

Lucy Lane Secretary-Treasurer

Ernestine Parham Teco Echo Reporter

Lillian Williams T'ccoan Representative

Members

Mary Adams Elizabeth Hodges Ernestine Parham

India Bateman Kathleen Johnson Ruth Pierce

Elizabeth Beavans Lucile Kee Ruth Pittman

Annie Laurie Brinkley Ferry Lane Knox Willie Powell

Julia Cocdell Lucy Lane Jeannette Sessoms

Miriam Edgerton Isabel Lennon Miranda Strickland

Rena Grant Lillian Madry Mildred Stroud

Evelyn Griffin Elizabeth Matthews Mildred Whitehurst

Helen Guthrie Eartha Mitchell Ruth Whisonant

Janie Gold Hardee Annie Lee Morgan Lois Whitley

Anna Jane Hinson Lucile Yelverton Lillian Williams

Faculty Members

Dr. Adams Miss Gore Miss Newell

Miss Browning Mr. Hollar Miss Nulton

Miss Coates Miss Hyman Miss Rainwater

Miss Faison Miss Johnson Miss Savage

Mr. Fort Miss McGee Miss Wahl

Miss Whiteside

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English Club

Officers

Jessie Lee Morris President

HoRTEXSE Boomer Vice-President

Katherine Whitehurst Secretary-Treasurer

Lena Lineberger Tecoan Representative

Emma Watson Teco Echo Reporter

Hortense Boomer Bessie Ferguson Ruth Lemmond Elizabeth Deal Mildred Everette

English Club Roll Jesse Lee Morris Lena Lineberger Louise Carr Lucille Dixon Beulah Lassiter

Emma Watson Selma Grey Hooks Grace A. Bazemore

Elaine Tunnell

BETTi- UzZELL

Katherine Whitehurst

Katherine Lemmond

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-ImiteoSociety Committee

Officers

Mamie Bartholomew, Emerson Society Chairman

Gladys Swindell^ Emerson Society Secretary

Faculty Members

Mr. Picklesimer Emerson Society

Mr. Hollar Emerson Society

Mr. Deal Poe Society

Mr. Adams Poe Society

Miss Peterson Lanier Society

Mr. Slay Lanier Society

Student Meivibers

Gladys Swindell President Emerson Society

Mamie Bartholomew Emerson Society

Mildred Everett Emerson Society

Hallie Lee Emerson Society

Eartha Mitchell President Poe Society

India Bateman Poc Society

Lina Lineberger Poe Society

Madeline McCain President Lanier Society

Grace Gardner Lanier Society

Helen Hogcard Lanier Society

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Ueioin County Club

Mntio: "Don't ^it down and sit, but git up and git" Floii-rr: Goldcnrod

Officers

RuBV SiKHART President

Atha Redfers' Vice-President

Hallie Lee Secretary-Treasurer

Ruth Neal Redfern Teco Echo Reporter

Ollie Jones Tecoan Representative

Members Essie Mae Belk Ollie Jones

Lelia Ellen Belk Hallie Lee

Sadie Belk Katherine Lemmond

Cleo Biggers Ruth Lemmond

Florella Carroll Nell Marsh

Mildred Crenshaw Willard Moore

Flav Gaddv Alice Morgan

Clement Gordon Madeleine McCain

Verla Griffin Atha Redfern

Mary Belle Hemblv Ruth Neal Redfern

Ruby Stewart

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Johnston County Club

Colors: Yellow and White Flo'v.rr: Dai'

Officers

Re\a Grant Preside

(Jrace Watson- Vice-President

Selma Grev Hooks Secretary

Rena Woodard Treasurer

Cora Creech Teco Echo Reporter

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Effie Avcock Juamta Arthur LuciLE Allev Eva Batten Louise Biggs RuBV Creech Eldridge Creech Katie Corbett Pauline Eagles Janie Belle Fitzgerald

Members Rena Grant Selma (Jrey Hooks Doris Hooks Elva Lee Hardee Alice Johnson Wilhei.mina Johnson Margaret Hood Velma Lee Flossie Lee Parker Mary Robb Ruth Rove Varneda Woodard

LuciLE Stanley Gladys Pleasants Marvel Saunders Anna Belle Thornton Rena Woodard Irene Woodard Geneva Woodard Grace Watson Flossie Whitley Shirley Wilson Leola Woodard

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''H. B, Cr Club

Motto: "Happy; buoyant; carefree" Colors: Green and Gold Flower: Goldenrod

Officers

Treva Porter President

Betsv Council Vice-President

Lessie Bryant Secretary

Ida Myrtle Geddie Treasurer

DociA Rich Tecoan Representative

Lucy Cain . . . . Teco Echo Reporter

Mabel Collier Chairman Social Committee

Annie Laurie Robeson . Chairman Proi/ram Committee

Members

Ethel Anderson Lucy Cain Nellie Penny

Irene McLaurin Docia Rich Mabel Collier

Ida Myrtle Geddie Hazel Ward Annie Laurie Robeson

Treva Porter Maxine Allen Lucile McLaurin

Merle Faircloth Kathleen McDaniel Edna Melvin

Lessie Bryant Kathryn McAllister Lois McLamb

Dorothy McMillan Betsy Council Mary Belle Bass

Eva Maynard Ethel Williams






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qACH student whose picture appears O in the feature section was chosen as representative by the class of which she is a member or by the student body as a whole. oA number of considerations affected the choice. oAs usual, pul- chritude played no small part in decid- ing the voting. The students, however, endeavored to select a girl by whom they would be proud to be represented for other reasons as well. oAnd so, in choosing, they kept in mind such de- termining factors as participation in class and school activities, scholastic standing, loyalty to the college, willingness to serve wherever and whenever need might arise, and personal popidarity gained because of such qualities of character as sincerity, friendliness, trustworthiness. Thus each girl whose picture appears in the follow- ing pages is in many senses of the words truly a class representative.

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ISADORA Dt'NCAN DANCERS lima Duncan and Ten Russian Dancers

Frhruary 4

FESTIVAL OPERA COMPANY

"The Barber of Seville"

Novrmbrr 25 UNITED STATES ARMY BA "Pershing's Own"

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December 5-6

SENIOR PLAY'

"The Taming of the Shrew.'

January 14.

TONY SARG'S MARIONETTES

"The Stolen Princess"

"The Bremen Band"

"Rip Van Winkle"

February 25 CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS

"The No 'Count Bov" "Job's Kinfolks" "Magnolia's Man"

March /5 DUKE GLEE CLUB

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"The Sea Devil"

May S-Q SENIOR NORMAL PLAY

MOVIES-SATURDAY EVENINGS

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Leaves From Am E. C, T, C. Diary

September 25 : Returned today to E. C. T. C. Bags and baggage so thick in all the halls that everybody is nursing bruised shins. All of us more than happy over seeing our old friends once more. Katie Patrick declared this afternoon she had kissed three hundred girls since morning. We unpacked in the evening. At night we gathered in the hall to see what the summer had brought forth. Margaret Vaughn, of course, has once more met the world's noblest young man. Wails from down the hall interrupted our breathless discussion and announced the annual epidemic of nostalgia. We retired to console the weeping Freshmen. Margaret Murchison be- came for the moment Niagara Falls. Sara Taylor suggested that since the pipe water is rather muddy we cork up the lavatory and catch the tears for a shampoo.

September 26: We registered today. What a tumult! The uproar was almost as bad as when Addie Pinnell saw a snake wriggling calmly along the dormitory floor. Miss Ross announced that she had registered everybody from Aba Abac to Zyra Zyx. Jane Hall says she has signed up for everything except anthropology and ichthyology. Two hundred girls signed up for geography before they heard that the new professor has not been a bachelor for lo! these many years. Consternation in Jarvis during the morning. Doris Jones was found in the hall howling loudly. On being questioned, she said that her room was being searched. We dashed wildly in. It was only the maids inspecting the beds. Elizabeth Spears suggested that we retire and sing "With Verdure Clad."

October 7: All of us went to Sunday School parties today. Dora Ham ate twenty weiners at the Presbyterian roast at the country club. Hot water bottles much in demand on her return.

October 12: Practice teaching has begun. Elizabeth Deal became so excited in her first class that she assigned a poetry lesson on Sheets and Kelly. Louise Carr sug- gested that her class read "To A Field ;\Iouse." One meek pupil raised a timid hand and quavered: "But, Miss Carr, I haven't a field mouse." Katherine Whitehurst, on returning from the high school yesterday, reported that her pupils in history were doing exceptional work and could answer hard thought questions. Today, Mr. Frank stopped at the door long enough to hear some of the unusual G. H. S. reasoning. "In what battle," asked Katherine earnestly, "did General Wolfe, upon hearing of victory, cry 'I die happy'?" "I think," replied one of Katherine's stars, "that it was in his last battle."

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October ic: Dr. Wright in chapel discussed the change in styles since igog. Miss Jenkins, sitting on the stage in a stylish outfit, tried to be nonchalant over the fact that her skirt just modestly co\ered her knees. Effort a failure. Do you think the reason could be that she forgot her Murad?

OcToHKR 15: Have just returned from the performance of the Isadora Duncan Dancers. Ever\body attended in best bib and tucker. The marshals looked wonder- ful in their new regalia. Christine Hall was especially resplendent as chief marshal. Little Tamcra was the star of the occasion. Irma Duncan, too, gave an artistic per- formance. Edna McCullen clapped so loud and long that she seriously thought of wrapping her iiands in first aid bandages and so escaping writing her English theme.

OcTOKHR iS: The home economics majors are enjoying life in the practice house now. Ernestine Parham says it makes her weak in the joints to walk past on Men- day on her way to soup and cheese and to smell the chicken frying within. Ernestine is thinking of changing her course from primary work to home economics. Mildred Sasser says things are not as easy as they lock, however. A few days ago, Evelyn Caldwell caught her striking the last of a twenty-cent box of matches in an endeavor to light the electric range. Mildred had to eat the neck of the chicken for a week and give Evelyn all the choice pieces as hush money.

OcTORKR 31: Hallowe'en party in the dining room. Candles, place cards, spooky decorations, and everything. Luc\ Best and Lucy Williford were so highly insvdted that they would take only four servings of chicken salad. AVhy? They wanted to dress as ghosts and scare people at the door, but Leah Godwin refused on the ground that no spook was ever made along such substantial lines.

XovEMRKR 6: Dr. Charles G the Y. W. C. A. His talks ii joyable.

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uishell at E. C. T. C. this week as the guest o^ lel and in the evening are most helpful and cn-i

N()\"KMBER 7: "^^ AV. C. A. reception in honor of Dr. Hounshell. Th-.- Cabinet in evening clotlies made \is all feel proud of their good looks. The teachers attended in their Sunday best. Everything went off with a bang except that the mints began to run short. All went well, however, after Katherine Flaugher found Alice Tilley and Mabel Lewis behind the kitchen door quietly munching one-half the supply of goodies.

November 13: Miss Toland's friend the kitty cat tried to drink from Miss Wil.son's cream pitcher today. Miss Wilson took said kitty by the back of the neck and walked majestically to the doer. Kitty landed outside with a thud. President Wright, a \isitor in the dining room, laughed until Miss Morton began to think of asking him to leave the table.

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November 21 : Misses Ogden, Kuykendall, Cassidy, Holtzclaw, Greene, and Lewis have purchased yo-yos. Mr. M. L. Wright has declared his objections to the childish tendencies of the faculty. His son, Dan, howexer, let the cat out of the bag when he declared his father a yo-yo champion.

November 25 : The United States Army Hand was at E. C. T. C. tonight. All of us patted our feet until the soles of our best shoes grew thin. When the "Stars and Stripes Forever" was played, the audience rose with a vim, that is, everybody but Air. Frank. Then everybody looked sheepish and sat down. Mr. Frank then re- garded us erring ones with scornful triumph. Emily Reese, in her interest in tho xylophone player, leaned so far oxer the balcony rail that I was afraid Captain Stan- nard was going to point his baton at her and order her to lean back. And so to bed.

November 28 : The last of Thanksgiving games held in the high school gym. Everybody yelled herself hoarse for her side. The Senior and the Junior clas.ses were victorious in the contests. Janie Gold Hardee and Eloise Pierce were the stars of the performance. And then turkey! What a glorious dinner! After we had eaten, and eaten, and eaten turkey, and cranberry sauce, and celery, and salad, and every- thing, here came ice cream, and cakes four stories high. Infirmary filled that night. Miss Morris hurriedly ordered a quart of pills.

December 6: Was ever anything funnier than the Senior play, "The Taming of the Shrew"? Ernestine Parham as Katherine and Kay Lee Cloaninger as Petruchio played the leading parts. Sonia Bell Lamm as Grumio, the crazy clown, kept the audience rearing. The Mayo twins, India Hateman and Elizabeth Beavens, looked lovely and danced gracefully at the Shrew's wedding feast. Eva Maynard asked everybody who the author of the play is and where a copy might be found.' Margaret Johnson explained that the author is Shakespeare. "^Vhat's his first name?" anxious- ly inquired E\a.

December 17: Home economics majors displayed their handiwork in hall of ad- ministration building today. Their dolls, dressed as famous characters in literature so as to illustrate the development of costume from the time of Cleopatra until the present day, attracted much attention. Nina Walston and Kathleen Ellis aided the designers with their read\' pens. Most interested on-looker: Evelyn Wright, who was at great pains to .show everybody what the fair Eighteenth Century Belle wore under- neath.

December 18: Exams begin. Much burning of midnight oil. Even Tucker Lynch was found bent double over her history. Beidah Lassiter .studied "Macbeth" so hard that she began talking in blank vense, and was heard muttering as she rubbed a blouse with Mufti, "Out, damned spot! Out, I say!"

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December 20: Christmas holidays at last! Administration building a regular bed- lam. Suitcases, valises, trunks, everything, in the halls. We all ate ham sandwiches and pickles whole and fell exhausted into our buses. Miss Morton, calm and col- lected as usual, helped all the poor rattled souls to find their tickets, baggage, bus seats, compacts and what not. Miss Hooper graded forty papers in so many minutes, while Miss Gray, Miss Morton, and Mr. Adams delayed the driver of her bus. At last the engines reared. We dashed through the Saturday Evening Posts. No more Jeter balls for two weeks!

January 3: Thi-ough the Saturday Evening Posts again. No more turkey and fruit cake! No more Santa Claus! We silently descended from our buses. Then every- body began to see everybody else. Much hugging and kissing. After supper we opened our baggage and showed the Christmas spoils. Kathleen M. Johnson brought back a diamond ring (lucky girl) ; Julia Cogdell a wrist watch; and the rest of us an array of things such as cedar chests, toilet sets, lingerie outfits, compacts, and pictures galore !

January 14: Tony Sarg's marionettes gave three performances at E. C. T. C. today." "The Bremen Band," "The Stolen Princess," and "Rip Van Winkle" de- lighted everybody. So skillful were the performances that Ruth Whisonant thought it nothing short of a miracle, the way in which Tony Sarg had made the little figures so that they talked all by themselves.

January 20: Great mystery in F're.nch class today. Mr. Deal lost his glasses. First, he looked in his pocket, then in his desk, then in the drawer; then he began to root around among his papers. Finally Johnie Grey Currin mustered up courage to sug- gest that he examine the bridge of his nose. And sure enough, there they were, black cord and all. We nominate Johnie (jrey for the Sherlock Holmes Club.

January 22.: Grades in the post office boxes. The mad rush like the charge of the Light Brigade. The office force must be careless; they interpreted many of our I's for IV's. In solemn conclave we all agree that grades are not everything anyhow.

I-'erruary 4: At last the breathe a final sigh of rel "We hopes you like it!"

ss. Eliza Walters and Julia Cogdell the words of Tony Sarg's manikin.





















Jokes

Believe It or Not:

The author will be glad to send you conclusive proof of any statement appearing here. But first you must find the author.

Once two co-eds sauntered into the library at E. C. T. C. and not a single girl looked up from her book. Katie Patrick, for instance, was too absorbed in De Rerum Natura by Lucretius to be bothered; and Miriam Ausbon simply could not bear to miss a word of Wordsworth's Ode on the Intimations of Immortality. And so the two co-eds took their seats unobserved by the studious girls of E. C. T. C.

Mr. Deal, having been asked by a committee from the faculty and the students to accept the position of official announcer refused on the grounds that he was too timid to appear in public and that before a crowd he felt at a loss for words. And so the committee retired and asked Kate Murray to become official announcer.

Mr. Picklesimer once let the question fall.

Once somebody passed Ruth Pierce a large, delicious piece of cake with lots of icing on it. "No thanks," said Ruth. "I never eat cake. In fact, I have very little appetite tonight. I don't think I'll eat anything. A glass of water, please."

When Evelyn Jennings goes to take a shower, she attires herself in full rainy-day dress - slicker, rain hat, galoshes - and carries an umbrella in her hand. For when Evelyn takes a .shower, she makes an event of it.

The following teachers hold forth at E. C. T. C. : Miss Kurkendawl, Mr. Pickersimon, Miss Wilts, Miss Holtescloth, Miss Growell, Mr. Atoms, and Miss Ronniwits. (Accurate information from student papers.)

Helen Hoggard (at high school): "Jimmy, name three things them.

Jimmy Slay: "Two cuffs and one collar."

Mr. Flanagan: "Miss Mitchell, you are a candidate for flunking." Eartha Mitchell (carelessly): "Well, I hope I'm defeated."

At The Army .and N.avv B.and Concert. Kathleen Ellis: "What's the name of that selection the band is playing?" Nina Walston: "Go Feather Your Nest." Kathleen : "Go jump in the lake. I asked you a civil question."

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Dr. Adams was delivering the final lecture of the term. He dwelt with much emphasis on the fact that each student should devote all the intervening time prepar- mg for final e.\ams.

"The examination papers are now in the hands of the printer. Are there any questions to be asked?"

Silence prevailed. Suddenly from the rear Frances Murray timidly inquired: "Who's the printer?"

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Figure This Out:

Dr. Rebarker went into the drug store and requested change for $5.00. The druggist was unable to change the bill.

"Then give me $i.lX1 and you keep the bill. I'll come back later," said Dr. Rebarker.

The druggist gave him $1.00. Later in the day Dr. Rebarker returned, gave the druggist $4.00 and got his $5.1x1 bill. The next day each contended that he had lost by the transaction. Did the druggist gain or lose and how much? Did Rebarker lose or gain and how much? Or did the two come out even?

Mr. Picklesimer: "Where are the most island found?" Alma McGinnis: "In the ocean."

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Dorothy Bright: "I want to buy seme gloves."

Clerk: "Kid gloves?"

Dorothy Bright: "I should say not! I'm a college student now."

Salesman: "This book will do half your work for you." Sara Johnson: "That's fine; give me two."

Posted by Miss Cassidy, the instructress in astronomy:

"Anyone wishing to see Venus, please see me."

Grace Whitley: "What did I make on my test?" Mr. Frank: "Mistakes." ^ ^ _

Rachel McKey: "I dream my themes."

Rosyln Satterwhite: "Hew you must dread going to bed!'

Edna Smith: "Great Scott, who wrote Ivarih Laura Overton: "I'll tell you if you will tell of Tivo Cities."

me who in the Dickens wrote Tale

I Wonder - / Wonder . . .

If President Wright ever played "hookey."

If Mildred Harper will ever be as tall as Miss Morton.

If Mr. Flanagan really wears lace.

How many times Kathryn Lemmond has been squeezed.

If Miss Newell really serves biscuits with a spoon.

Why Ferry Lane Knox.

Why our English teacher must be Greene.

Who will be official announcer in the dining-hall when Lucy Best graduates.

If the author of "Ramona" got his insipration from the rambler rose in Ma Jeter':

hair.

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Found in Greenville Reflector:

Wantrd: Burly, beauty-proof individual to read meters in the practice house. We haven't made a nickel in two years. The Gas Company.

Miss Thompson : "Miss McCain, give me a Latin verb conjugated like amo." Madeline to Ruth Lemmond (whisper): "Tell me one." Ruth: "Darned if I know."

Madeline (giving principal parts): "Darned-if-I-know, darned-if-I-"/T, darned- ii-l-niivi. darned-if-l-;;rt///.v." ^ ^ ^

Louise Carr became frantic the other day, and tore the back off of Cicero, t':e appendix out of Ca?sar, and pulled the Tale of Two Cities.

Literary Information Wanted

Can anyone tell me the author of the following ditty?

In Flanders field, where poppies grow, A flea stepped on an elephant's toe. The elephant said, with tears in his eyes: "Why don't you step on someone your size?"

Mamie E. Jenkins, English Department.

Mr. IVL L. Wright (in Sociology class) : "Name and give examples of two types of twins."

Johnie Grey Currin: "Fat twins and skinny twins. Examples are the Moore twins and the \Layo twins." ^ , ^

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absence yesterday. He couldn't

:ome. 1 tore my His Mother. '

IF: A Study in Bad Puns

If Lucy Gambols, Does Gladys Swindell? If Oneida is a Silver, Is Beatrice a Stall? If Virginia is George, Is Marjorie Floyd? If Louise is a Carr, Is R. J. a Slay? If Betty is White, Is Mary Greene? If Grace is Long, Is Sophie Little?






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McKAYS

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McKay, Washington & Co.

400 Evans St. Greenville, North Carolina

THE LADIES' STORE

Phoenix Hosiery, Humming

Bird Hosiery, Warner's

Wrap Arounds

Dry Goods and Notions

Showing at All Times the Newest

Creations in Ready-to-Wear

and Millinery

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