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The Tecoan 1932

Date: 1932 | Identifier: 50-01-1932
1932 Tecoan, yearbook of East Carolina Teachers 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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THE TECOAN 1932


























Digitized by the Internet Archive

in 2010 with funding from

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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THE TECOAN 1932






COPYRIGHT

ALICE TILLEY

EDITOR

EVELYN WRIGHT

BUSINESS MGR.

1932






1932

The TECOAN

Year Book of

EAST CAROLINA

TEACHERS

COLLEGE

GREENVILLE NC






CONTENTS

Book One THE COLLEGE

Book Two CLASSES

Book Three ORGANIZATIONS

Book Four FEATURES






FORWARD

As in days gone by maidens embroidered their thoughts and deeds in the delicate patterns of the sampler, so we, desiring to preserve the fleeting pleasures of our college days, weave of enduring words and pictures this - our sampler.






To

Mr. and Mrs. John Barham Spilman Treasurer and Assistant Treasurer

of

East Carolina Teachers College the students dedicate the 1932 Tecoan. In 191 1 Mr. Spilman began his long period ot untiring service at the college, and in 1921 Mrs. Spilman became associated with him in his work. The nature of their duties has brought them into contact with every one of the students; and their efficiency, good judgment, fairness, and helpfulness have won for them the respect, admiration, and gratitude of many successive student bodies. The dedication of this annual to them is an expression of the esteem in which they are held.











SPONSORS FOR 1932 TECOAN

MRS. A.P. TILLEY

DURHAM, N.C.

MRS. M.L.WRIGHT

GREENVILLE, N.C.






ALICE TILLEY

EDITOR

EVELYN WRIGHT

MANAGER






FACULTY ADVISERS

AND

ASSOCIATE STAFF

MARY ALICE BULLOCK

LOREE CAGLE

Miss CATHERINE HOLTZCLAW

Miss MARY GHEENE

MARION K. FORT

M.L. WRIGHT

SARA JOHNSON

DORIS MAE JONES

NINA WALSTON






BOOK ONE

COLLEGE







































































Officers and Administration

Robert H. Wright President

Leon R. Meadows Director of Summer School

J. B. Spillman Treasurer

Mrs. J. B. Spillman Assistant Treasurer

B. W. Ginn Bookkeeper

Hazel Willis Secretary

Howard J. McGinnis Registrar

Ola Ross Issistant Registrar

Mattie Scoville Secretary

Agnes Wadlington Secretary

Ellen Bowen Secretary

Mrs. Nannie Jeter Dietitian

Annie L. Morton Dean of Women

Elizabeth Smith Assistant Dean of Women

Arley V. Moore Dormitory Matron

Mrs. Mamie G. Bradsher House Director

Mrs. W. G. McKean House Director

Irene Hill Secretary of Training School

Dr. J. E. Nobles Physician

Annie Morris Superintendent of Infirmary

Mary Lea Smith Issistant Superintendent of Infirmary

A. A. Henderson Steward

Wade H. Holmes Electrician

J. C. Cockrell Electrician

A. C. Fornes Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings

W. L. Balder Carpenter

J. L. Williams Policeman

Board of Directors

Hon. A. T. Allen, Chairman Ex Officio Raleigh, N. C.

O. P. Makepeace Sanford, N. C.

J. K. Warren Trenton, N. C.

W. S. Move Rocky Mount. N. C.

H. D. Williams Kenansville. N. C.

Mrs. J. D. Dawson Kinston, N. C.

Mrs. Chas. S. Forbes Greenville, N. C.

Carl Goerch Washington, N. C.

Mrs. W. B. Murphy Snow Hill, N. C.

H. C. Bridgers Tarboro, N. C.

E. G. Flanagan Greenville, N. C.

James L. Griffin Pittsboro, N. C.

F. C. Harding Greenville, N. C.






Dr. Robert H. Wright President






Miss Annie L. Morton Dean of Women






Dr. Leon R. Meadows Director of Summer School






Faculty and Administration

E. L. Henderson Administration and Supervision

C. L. Adams Director of Instruction in Education and Psychology

Howard J. McGinnis Psychology

Mamie L. Eppes Education

Marion K. Fort Psychology

Lucile Charlton Education

Lucy Nulton Education

Annie C. Newell Education






Faculty and Administration

L. R. Meadows Director of Instruction in English

Alice Lucille Turner English

Mary Greene English

Lois Grigsby English

Emma Hooper English

Mamie E. Jenkins English

Sara G. Somerville Physical Education

R. C. Deal Director of Instruction in Foreign Language

Ella Graves Thompson Foreign Language






Faculty and Administration

A. D. Frank Director of Instruction in History

E.C. Hollar History

Laura T. Rose History

M. L. Wright Director of Instruction in Sociology and Economics

Beecher Flanagan Economics

Dora E. Meade Director of Instruction in Music

Lois V. Gorrell Music

Gussie Kuykendall Music

Eugenia Thomas Music






Faculty and Administration

Kate W. Lewis Director of Instruction in Industrial Art

Katherine Holtzclaw Director of Instruction in Home Economics

Mrs. A. E. Bloxton Director of Instruction in Home Economics

R. J. Slay Director of Instruction in Science

Loraine Hunter Science

Catherine Cassidy Science

P. W. Picklesimer Director of Instruction in Geography

J. B. Cummings Geography

Herbert Rebarker Director of Instruction in Mathematics






Faculty and Administration

Eloise Williams Mathematics

Helen G. Gray Librarian

Margaret Sammons Librarian

Gladys Hughes Critic Teacher

Christine Johnson Critic Teacher

Eunice McGee Critic Teach

Mary E. Winters Critic Teacher

Elizabeth Hyman Critic Teacher

Anne Redwine Critic Teacher






Faculty and Administration

Frances Wahl Critic Teacher

Gertrude Rhodes Critic Teacher

Frances Hudgens Critic Teacher

J. H. Rose City Superintendent

Connie Horne Critic Teacher

Vester Mulholland Critic Teacher

Mrs. C. A. Bowen Critic Teacher

Miss Clem Bridges Critic Teacher

Mable Maddux Critic Teacher






Faculty and Administration

Mrs. Bessie Picklesimer Critic Teacher

Laura Thomas Critic Teacher

Hazel Willis Secretary

Ola Ross Assistant Registrar

Mrs. J.B. Spilman Assistant Treasurer

B.W. Ginn Bookkeeper

Agnes Wadlington Secretary

Ellen Bowen Secretary

Elizabeth Smith Assistant Dean of Women






Faculty and Administration

Arley V. Moore Dormitory Matron

Mamie G. Bhadsher Dormitory Matron

Mrs. M. C. McKean Dormitory Matron

Annie Morris Superintendent of Infirmary

Mary Lea Smith Assistant Superintendent of Infirmary

Mr. A. A. Henderson Steward

Mrs. Nannie Jeter Dietitian






BOOK TWO

CLASSES











SENIOR






Ann Warlick Hillman

Colors: Purple and Gold

Flower: White Rose

Motto: Not failure, but low aim is crime

Senior Class Poem

Only the best to do

Only the truth to see,

Only to live anew,

In all Sincerity.

These in our hearts we hold,

Three wishes sincere,

These may we all uphold

In our lives here.

Sweet may our memories rest,

Alma Mater, with you,

As those who give their best,

That class of '32.

Carolyn Conner.






Nannie Smith Senior Class President






Senior Class Officers

Nannie Smith President

Sara Johnson Vice President

Annie Leigh Bryant Secretary

Edna Peele Treasurer






Marion Lorraine Adler

Kinston, N. C.

Elementary Education

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; Elementary Council; Proctor, '30; Athletic Association, '30, '31; Senior Class Tecoan Representative, '32.

Annie Clara Baker

Wilmington, N. C.

Elementary Education

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association, '30, '31; Proctor, '30; House President, '31 ; Emerson Society Teco Echo Reporter, '32; Scribler's Club, '32; New Hanover County Club, '31 ; Senior Representative to Student Government Association, '32; Elementary Council.






Lela Brown Barnhill

Everett's, N. C.

Primary Education

N. C. C. W.; University of N. C.; Appalachian State Teachers College; Emerson Society; Elementary Educational Council; Martin County Club; Y. W. C. A.

Eula Bass

Black Creek, N. C.

Home Economics

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Delta Omicron Sigma; President Delta Omicron Sigma, '32; Proctor, '31.






Daisy Belk

Unionville, N. C.

Elementary Education

Queens-Chicora College, '27, '29; Athletic Assocation, '31; Y.W.C.A.; Elementary Council, '31

Lelia Ellen Belk

Waxhaw, N. C.

Science, English and History

Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '29; Student Volunteer; Student Volunteer Pres- ident, '30; Lanier Society; English Club; Science Club, '32; Phi Epsilon, '29, '30; Proctor; Tecoan Representative; Teco Echo Reporter; Scribblers, '32.






Louise Brake

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Science Club; Math Club

Mildred Braxton

Fort Barnwell, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College, '28, '30; Poe Society; Delta Omicron Sigma ; Y. W. C. A.






Annie Leigh Bryant

Elm City, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Class Secretary; '31,-'32; Athletic Association, '29, '30, '31, '33; Basketball, '30, '31, '32; Elementary Education Council ; Proctor, '31.

Ruth Burkette

Lewiston, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Elementary Education Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association






Eva Butler

Clinton, N. C.

Intermediate Education

Pineland College, '29, '30; Emerson Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Helen Carlton

Warsaw, N. C.

Home Economics

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation; Delta Omicron Sigma; Student Council; Duplin-Pender Club.






Margaret Carlton

Warsaw, N. C.

History and English

Y. W. C. A.; Student Volunteer Band; Emerson Society; Athletic Association; Wearer of College Monogram; English Club; Teco Echo Reporter for English Club; Duplin- Pender Club; Vice President Duplin- Pender Club.

Thelma Cherry

Greenville, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Science Club; Math Club.






Lila Stuart Chessutt

Rocky Point. N. C.

Flora Macrtonald College, '28, '30; Poe Society; Delta Omicron Sigma; Y. W. C. A.; Science Club.

Mary Belle Clark

Virgilina, Virginia

Science and History






Ada Elizabeth Conley

Marion, N. C.

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Proctor; Elementary Education Council.

Carolyn White Conner

Belhaven, N. C

English and History

Emerson Society; Class Poet, '31, '32; English Club; Assistant Editor Teco Echo, '31, '32; Proctor, '30; Centenary College of Louisiana. '29.






Mary Lucille Conner

Rich Square, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College, '28, '30; Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Delta Omicron Sigma; Science Club.

Josephine Dunlap

Wadesboro, N. C.

Primary Grade

Graduate of Queens College.






Margaret Catherine Edwards

Kinston, N.C.

French and English

N. C. C. W.; Phi Sigma.

Catherine Elizabeth Flaugher

Ayden, N. C.

History and French

Poe Society; Marshall, '30; Teco Echo Reporter for Poe Society, '32; Athletic Association; Basketball Team, '30, '31, '32; Class Cheer Leader, '31; Advertising Manager Teco Echo, '31; Phi Sigma; Vice President Phi Sigma, '31, '32; Y. W. C. A.






Marjorie Flythe

Graham, N.C.

English and History

Poe Society; English Club, '31, '32; Class Teco Echo Reporter, '30; Poe Society Techo Echo Reporter, '30; Secretary Student Government Assocation, '31; Vice president Poe Society, '31; President Poe Society, '32

Louise Fowler

Hamlet, N.C.

French and Latin

Classical Club; Mars Hill College, '29, '30; Carson-Newman College






Hazel Futrell

Woodland, N. C.

History and Geography

Class Vice President, '29; Class President, '30; Marshal, '30; Vice President of Northampton Club, '30; House President, '31; Y. W. C. A.; Poe Society; Glee Club, '30, '31, '32; Y. W. C. A. Choir, '31, '32; Poe Society Critic, '32; Teco Echo Representative of Geography Club, '31, '32; Tecoan Representative of Geography Club, '32.

Olive Gray Gilbert

Clinton, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Class Secretary, '29; Society Secretary, '30; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. '31 ; Athletic Association, Vice President, '31; Teco Echo Reporter, '30; Elementary Education Council, '30, '31; Inter-Society Committee, '30; Wearer of College Monogram and Star; Class Basketball Team, '29. '31, Captain, '31, '32; Baseball Team, Captain, '30; Student Volunteer, Vice President, '31 ; Proctor, '28, '31; Glee Club.






Mildred Griffin-

Wingate, N. C.

French and History

Wingate Junior College, '29, '30; Emerson Society: Y. W. C. A.; Phi Sigma; English Club.

Kathleen Guard

Coinjock, N. C.

Intermedial Education

Emerson Society; Louisburg College, '29: Albemarle District Club, '30. '31; Secretary of Albemarle District Club, '31 ; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association, '30; Elementary Education Council, '32.






Laura Hammond

Trenton, N.C.

English and French

Ruth Lenore Hardy

La Grange, N.C.

Lanier Society; Elementary Educational Council; Athletic Assocation; Y.W.C.A.; Lenior County Club; Proctor; Appalachian State Teachers College






Jane Hall

Greenville, N.C.

History and Geography

Bessie Hancock

Scotland Neck, N.C.

Intermediate Education

Chowan College; Meredith College; Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.; Glee Club, '31






Ila Bernice Harrell

Harrellsville, N. C.

Science rind French

Poe Society; Athletic Association, '28, '29; Hertford County Club, '29; Phi Sigma; Science Club; Y. W. C. A., '28, '29.

Lena Evelyn Hellen

Vanceboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Emerson Society, '29-'31; Emerson Debater, '29; Emerson Marshal, '29, '30; Teco Echo Staff, '29, '30; Delta Omicron Sigma, '29-'31; Athletic Association, '29, '30; Y. W. C. A.






Lillie Hinson

Mount Pleasant, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Emerson Society; Math Club.

Ada Hudson

Pollocksville, N. C.

Primary Education

Meredith College; Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association, '30; Proctor, '30; Society Teco Echo Reporter; Class Critic, '30; Emerson Society Critic; Superlative, '31.






Myrtis Gilchrist Hughes

Parkton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Queens College; Emerson Society; Delta Omicron Sigma; Science Club; Y. W. C. A.

Isabel Hunt

Wake Forest, N. C.

Elementary Education

Emerson Society; Athletic Association, '30, '31; Y. W. C. A.; Wake County Club, '29; Elementary Educational Council, '31,






Eloise Curtis Hyde

Greenville, N. C.

Emerson Society; English Club; Vice President Classical Club, '30; President Classical Club. '31.

Maggie Inman

Fairmont, N. C.

French and English






Dolphine Irby

Enfield, N. C.

Mildred Ives

Elizabeth City, N. C.

Home Economics

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Delta Omieron Sigma; Class President, '29, '31; Proctor, '30; Business Manager of Handbook, '30; Secretary Delta Omieron Sigma, '31; Chairman Campus Committee, '31; Editor-in-Chief Handbook, '31; Entertainment Committee, '31; Delegate to State Home Economics Convention, '31 ; Vice President Student Government Association, '32; Superlatives, '32.






Marjorie Jackson

Winterville, N. C.

English and History

Poe Society; English Club; Y.W.C.A.

Susie Evelyn Jenkins

Robersonville, N. C.

Primary Education

Appalachian State Teachers College; Emerson Society; Elementary Educational Council; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Martin County Club.






Kathryn Johnson

Liberty, N.C.

Guilford College; Emerson Society; English Club, '31, '32; Class Critic, '30, '31; Athletic Association, '30, '31; Class Basketball Team, '30, '31; Vice President Emerson Society, '31, '32; President English Club, '31, '32

Sara Strother Johnson

Ayden, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '30; Vice President Class, '31; Teco Echo Staff, '30, '31; Delegate to N.C.C.P.A., '30; TECOAN Staff, '31; Phi Epsilon, Vice President, '30; President, '31; Delta Omicron Sigma Treasurer, '31






Irene Jones

Youngsville, N. C.

History and French

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; Phi Sigma; Class Student Council Representative, '29.

Kathehine Ruth Jones

Greenville, N. C.

English and French

English Club, '31, '32; Emerson Society; Phi Sigma, '31, '32; Pitt County Club, '30; Scribblers Club, '32; Class Cheerleader, '30, '31, '32; Emerson Orchestra, '31, '32; Manager Emerson Orchestra, '31, '32.






Louise Cecelia Jones

Greenville, N. C.

English and French

English Club, '31, '32; Phi Sigma, '31, '32; Glee Club, '30, '31; Emerson Society, '28-'32; Pitt County Club, '29.

Mary Louise Jones

Harrellsville, N. C.

Primary Education






Roxy Jones

Blounts Creek, N.C.

Elementary Education

Y.W.C.A.

Louise Joye

Lamar, S.C.

Elementary Education

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.






Mary Elizabeth Kelly

Vass, N. C.

Mathematics and History

Y.W.C.A.; Mathematics Club; Teco Echo Reporter, '31; Poe Society.

Ruth C. King

Kinston, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Louisburg College, '28; Emerson Society, '30, '31; Y.W.C.A.






Irma Knowles

Plymouth, N.C.

French and English

Lanier society; English Club; Phi Sigma; Athletic Assocation, '31

Virginia Lang

Farmville, N.C.

Graduate Work

Graduate of Meredith College






Marguerite Lane

Vandemere, N.C.

History and English

Poe Society; English Club; Athletic Assocation; Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '31, '32; Delegate to Blue Ridge Conference, '30; Delegate to Chapel Hill Conference, '31; Teco Echo Reporter for Po Society, '30, '31; Teco Echo Reporter for Athletic Assocation, '30; Assistant Editor Teco Echo, '31, '32; Class Treasurer, '30, '31; Budget Committee, '31; Entertainment Committee, '32

Betsy Lee

Fremont, N.C.

Science and Home Economics

Delta Omicron Sigma






Mabel E. Lewis

Wilmington, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Athletic Association, '29; Y. W. C. A.; Junior Cabinet.

Ethel Little

Grimesland, N. C.

Primary Grade






Ruth Logan

Yadkinville, N. C.

Primary Education

Appalachian State Teachers College; Emerson Society

Marion Tucker Lynch

Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; Treasurer Wayne County Club, '29; Lanier Society; Cheer Leader, '29, '30, '31; Elementary Education Council; Proctor; College Cheer Leader; Inter-Society Committee; Lanier Marshal, '30-'32; President Lanier Society, '32.






Ella Moore

Battleboro, N. C.

Intermediate Education

Lanier Society; Athletic Association, '29; Proctor; Assistant Business Manager Tecoan; Y. W. C. A.; Edgecombe County Club, '29; Elementary Educational Council, '31, '32: Society Marshal, '31; Representative to N. C. S. F., '31; House President, '32; Statistics, "31.

Millie Moore

Battleboro, N. C.

Intermediate Education

Lanier Society; Athletic Association, '29; Proctor; Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. Cabinet, '32; Edgecombe County Club, '29; Elementary Educational Council, '31, '32; Society Marshal, '31; Representative to N. S. F. A., '31; to S. I. A. S. F., '31; to N. C. S. F., '31; to Blue Ridge, '31; Inter-Society Committee, '31 ; Statistics, '31 ; Class Representative S. G. A., '30, '31; Student President, '32.






Emma MacArthur

Greenville, N. C.

Edna Carr McCullen

Faison, N. C,

Grammar Grade Education

Lanier Society; Vice President Lanier Society, '31; Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. C, A. Cabinet, '31 ; Athletic Association, '29, '30; Elementary Educational Council; Secretary- Treasurer Elementary Educational Council, '31, '32; Student Government Association, '32; Assistant Editor Handbook, '31; Chairman Point Committee, '32.






Pauline Elizabeth McCullen

Mount Olive, N.C.

History and English

Appalachian State Teachers College, '29; Emerson Society; English Cluh.

Rachel Moork McKey

Mooresville, N. C.

History and Fnnrh

Emerson Society; Teco Echo Reporter Emerson Society, '30; Chairman Program Committee Emerson Society, '30; Debater Emerson Society, '30; Marshal, '31; President Emerson Society, '32; Y. W. C. A.; Senior Cabinet, '32; Athletic Association; Phi Sigma; Classical Club; Secretary and Treasurer Classical Club, '30; President Classical Club, '31.






Lucile McLawhorn

New Bern, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College, '29, '30; Poe Society; Delta Omicron Sigma, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A.; Science Club, '32

Virginia Hancock McNatt

Parkton, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Pineland College; Y.W.C.A.






Maggie McPherson

Haw River, N. C.

History and English

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A., '30; English Club; Geography Club; Athletic Assocation; Scribblers; Managing Editor Teco Echo, '31; Delegate to N.C.C.P.A., '31; Editor Teco Echo, '32; Delegate to C.S.P.A., '32

Henry Clay Oglesby

Winterville, N. C.

Science and Mathematics

Wake Forest College, '26, '27; Emerson Society; Critic Emerson Society, '32; President Science Club, '32; Math Club, '31, '32; Manager Basketball Team; Business Manager Co-ed Club.






Edna Gertrude Orr

Wallace, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Meredith College, '27; East Carolina Teachers College, '30, '31, '32; Delta Omicron Sigma, '30, '31, '32; Science Club; Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.

Olive Parker

Bowden, N. C.

Science and Geography

Lanier Society; Marshal; Geography Club; Science Club; House President






Edna May Peele

Pikeville, N.C.

English and French

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation, '32; Phi Sigma; English Club; Secretary Class, '32; Class Basketball Team, '32

Ruth Picklesimer

Greenville, N.C.

Science and Geography

Poe Society; Geography Clug, President; Science Club.






Zelma Amelia Robinson

Shallotte, N.C.

Grammar Grade Education

Graduate Pineland College; Lanier Society

Roslyn Virginia Sattehwhite

Henderson, N. C.

Mathematics and French

Poe Society; Marshal, '31; Athletic Association; Tecoan Representative of A. A., '30; Class Treasurer, '28; Y. W. C. A.; Class Basketball Team; Captain of Basketball Team, '30; Math Club; Secretary- Treasurer Math Club, '30; President Math Club, '32; Phi Sigma; Assistant Business Manager Teco Echo, '31; Business Manager Teco Echo, '32; Delegate to N. C. C. P. A., '31, '32; Delegate to C. S. P. A., '32.






Elva Schreyer

Fletcher, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Biltmore Junior College, '29, '30; Asheville Normal, Summer, '31; Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.

Mrya Scull

Ahoskie, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College, '28, '30; Poe Society; Delta Omicron Sigma; Y.W.C.A.






Erma G. Small

La Grange, N.C.

History, Science, English

Y.W.C.A.; Poe Society; Proctor, '29; English Club; Science Club; Student Volunteer Group, Secretary, '31, Treasurer, '31, Teco Echo Reporter, '31; Delegate to State Student Volunteer Conference, '31; President Student Volunteer, '32; Delegate to National Student Volunteer Conference, '32

Nannie Smith

Farmville, N.C.

French-History

Senior Class President, '32; Vice President Clas, '31; Phi Sigma






Grace Snell

Greenville, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Math. Club; Emerson Society.

Cullie Elizabeth Stafford

Mooresville, N. C.

Economics and Science

Emerson Society, Vice President, '31; Marshal, '30; Delta Omicron Sigma; Tecoan Representative, '30; Class Tecoan Representative, '29; Athletic Association; Class Basketball Team, '29, '30, '31 ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '30, '31, President, '32; Phi Epsilon; Delegate to State "Y" Officers Training Conference, '30, '31; Delegate to National Conference at Council of Christian Associations at Detroit; Delegate to Blue Ridge Conference, '31; Ex Officio on Student Self-Government Association; Superlative, '32.






Jessie Strickland

Nashville, N.C.

Hazel Marie Taylor

Bachelor, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Poe Society, '29, '32; Delta Omicron Sigma, '29-'32; Y. W. C. A.; Science Club, '31, '32; Proctor, '31, '32; Tecoan Representative, '31, '32.






Mildred Odelle Taylor

Cary, N. C.

Home Economics

Pineland College, '29, '30; Emerson Society, '30, '31; Y. W. C. A.; Delta Omicron Sigma, '30, '31

Raba Leoda Taylor

Severn, N. C.

History and Science

Chowan College, '28, '29 ; Emerson Society, '30, '31; Y. W. C. A.; Science Club, '31; Proctor, '31; Northampton County Club, '31.






Verna Gertrude Teachey

Rose Hill, N. C.

History and English

Poe Society; Y. W. C, A.; Athletic Association; English Club; Life Service Band; Secretary Duplin-Pender County Club, '29, '30.

Alice Whitted Tilley

Durham, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Y. W. C. A.; Emerson Society; Science Club; Phi Epsilon, Secretary Phi Epsilon, '31; Delta Omicron Sigma; Vice President Class, '30; Athletic Association; Proctor; Violin Ensemble; Entertainment Committee; Associate Editor Tecoan, '30; Assistant Editor Tecoan, '31; Editor Tecoan, '32; Delegate to N. C. C. P. A., '31, '32.






Frances Carolyn Tyson

Ayden, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.; Elementary Education Council; Proctor, '29

Annie Dell Upchurch

Apex, N. C.

Home Economics

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.; Delta Omicron Sigma; Proctor, '30; Vice President Delta Omicron Sigma, '32






Ethel Walker

Hillshoro, N. C.

French and English

Wingate Junior College, '29, '30; Poe Society; Phi Sigma; English Club.

Katherine Wall

Elams, N. C.

Intermediate Education

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Warren County Club; Elementary Education Council; Alumnae Secretary, '30; Alumnae Reporter, '31.






Nina Estelle Walston

Scotland Neck, N.C.

English, French, and Latin

Junior Cabinet, '30; Y.W.C.A.; Poe Society; Society Treasurer, '32; Class Secretary, '30; Classical Club; English Club; Phi Sigma; Teco Echo Reporter for English Club; Scibblers Club; Assistant Business manager of TECOAN, '31, '32

Hannah Wrae Ward

Belvidere, N.C.

Elementary Education

Meredith College; Lanier Society; President Lanier Society, '31; Marshal, '31; Y.W.C.A.; Delegate to Chapel Hill Conference, '31; Albemarle District Club; Albemarle District Club President, '31; Elementary Education Council; Vice President Elementary Education Council, '31; President Elementary Education Council, '32; Chief Marshal, '32






Joyce Elizabeth Warren

Clinton, N. C.

History and Science

Pineland college, '29, '30; Y.W.C.A.; Emerson Society; Science Club.

Ella Mamie Watson

Albemarle, N. C.






Katherine Weathers

Raleigh, N. C.

History and Geography

Coker College, '29, '30; Lanier Society, Vice president, '32; Class Cheer Leader, '32; Geography Club

Hazel Whitehurst

Bethel, N. C.

Elementary Education

Athletic Assocation, '29, '30; Y.W.C.A.; Poe Society; Elementary Council, '31, '32; Glee Club, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A. Choir, '30, '31, '32; Pitt County Club.






Mary Frances Whitehuhst

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Elementary Educational Council

Christine Wilkerson

Greenville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Elementary Educational Council






Helen Williams

Newton Grove, N. C.

History, Geography and English

Poe Society; Student Volunteer, Procter '30; Class Basketball Team, '28, '29, '30, '31; Athletic Association, Vice President, '30; Wearer of College Monogram, Star, Medal; Baseball Team, Captain, '29; Y. W. C. A. Geography Club, Secretary-Treasurer, '30, Vice President, '31; President Athletic Association, '31.

Sara Williams

Currituck, N. C.

Home Economics

Emerson Society; Albemarle District Club; Delta Omicron Sigma; Phi Epsilon, Vice President, '31; Athletic Association; Class Basketball Team, '30, '31.






Sarah Jane Williams

Wingate, N. C.

History and English

Wingate Junior College; Appalachian State Teachers College; Emerson Society; English Club.

Grace Williford

Elm City, N. C.

Elementary Education

Emerson Society; Athletic Association: Basketball Team, '29, '30, '31; Tecoan Representative of Junior Class; Teco Echo Reporter; Teco Echo Circulation Manager; Secretary and Treasurer of Scribblers Club; Y. W. C. A.






Lucy Williford

Rougemont, N. C.

History and English

Thelma Wilson

McAdenville, N. C.

Elementary Education

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Gaston County Club, '29; Class Representative for Tecoan, '30; Elementary Educational Council, '31, '32.






I. W. Wood

Troy, N.C.

English and Science

Co-ed Club; Teco Echo Reporter for Co-ed Club

Rena Louise Woodard

Kenly, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.; Proctor, '29; Johnston County Club; Athletic Assocation; Elementary Education Council, '30, '31; Basketball Team, '30






Juanita Worsley

Greenville, N. C.

Science and Mathematics

Science Club; Math Club; Winner National Science Essay Contest.

Evelyn Hope Wright

Greenville, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Poe Society; Marshal, '31; Poe Debater, '30; Y. W. C. A.; Science Club; Phi Epsilon; Teco Echo Reporter of Phi Epsilon, '31; Math Club; Math Cluh Secretary-Treasurer, '30; Class Secretary, '29; Assistant Business Manager Tecoan, '30; Business Manager TECOAN, '31, '32; Delegate N. C. C. P. A., '30, '31; Secretary N. C. C. P. A., '31; Athletic Association Superlatives, '32.






Senior Class History

PROLOGUE

THE curtain rises! Our hearts beat with excitement; our time has come - for four years we have worked and waited for this moment. We walk proudly upon the stage and play our part. The curtain falls, the applause dies, and all grows quiet. The drama of the class of 1932 is over. Our pleasures, struggles, and our achievements have become history. Only the memory of the play remains. If, however, we choose again to roll back the curtain of time, the four acts of our college life are enacted once more as vividly as if we turned the pages of a book and read our history there.

ACT I

In the fall of 1928 the girls came from hill and plain to become members of the class of 1932. We wandered about the campus bewildered, confused, and home- sick. We had left home elated that at last we were going to college, but now everything was so new and strange. Registration was the biggest ordeal we had ever faced, but there seemed to be guardian angels called Y. W. girls that helped us through. Things didn't seem as hard after we found which room we had to go to for our classes.

The performance here by Paul Whiteman and his orchestra was a big event that made us forget we wanted to go home. The Denishawn dancers were among the most wonderful entertainers whom we had ever seen.

Then came initiation. Nobody seemed to help us get through this. After we became society members, we felt a little at home.

We saw the Seniors doing so many wonderful things that after we organized our class with Mildred Ives as president we decided that maybe we might be per- mitted to have a picnic. We were. We actually left the campus for this big event.

Commencement came, a great occasion for us ; we were going home. It was be- yond our comprehension that the Seniors were crying.

ACT II

No longer were we freshmen hut Sophomores. Now, when Miss Morton spoke to the old girls we could lift our heads with pride and know we belonged. We were the ones that gave the initiation this time, and we were actually bold enough to speak to some of the teachers.

Hazel Futrell was our president and we had a busy and successful year. There were many things to do and lots of places to go.

The United States Army Band was here. We became so enthusiastic that we tood up for "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean." We all dressed up in our evening dresses and went to the opera. "The Barber of Seville." Tony Sarg and his Marionettes were here also. It is hard to tell which of these we enjoyed the most.

We gave the next big event in honor of the Seniors - an old time square dance in the "Y" hut. Before the party was over, we could understand that our grandmothers did have fun in their young days.






ACT III

When we returned this time we were Juniors. We welcomed several new

members to our class. This year Mildred Ives was elected president.

Now, we had a chance to be big sisters to the freshmen. It was almost a marvel to us that we had once been as timid as our little sisters.

All our new privileges made us realize that it was worth while working two years to get to be a Junior.

The biggest event of the year was the Junior-Senior banquet. Even the hard work that it took to make the banquet a success was fun. We almost thought we were in Holland when we entered the banquet hall and saw the tall wind-mill, the tulips, and the little Dutch boys and girls. There we remained until the wee hours of the night and then we carried away happy memories of the event.

The last act of our drama was drawing near. Next year we would be Seniors.

ACT IV

The days went by and once more we were returning to East Carolina Teachers College. This time it seemed as if we were going home.

The freshmen looked at us with awe and even the other girls said we looked better than we did before. With the thoughts of graduation, all the work that lay before us. the joy and work of practice teaching, we did feel different.

There were many important things we had to do. Nannie Smith became our president. Our Senior play was a big success. The Junior-Senior banquet made us glad that we were Seniors.

We went to hear Galli-Curci and the Don Cossacks.

The stage became crowded with happy memories of the things that filled our Senior year with joy.

At last commencement came. The goal that had been so far distant at the beginning of our career had at last been reached. Now that the end has come, the tears fill our eyes, and we are crying too, for it is with reluctance that we say good-bye.

EPILOGUE

The curtain falls, and the drama of the class of 1932 is over. Next year the actors will take their places on a different stage in a new play. But the memory of the class of 1932 will lead them on to greater success in the drama of life.






Last Will and Testament

We the senior class of 1932, while on the eve of graduation we look backward to our Alma Mater, hereby bequeath:

To the Faculty, a wideawake student body equally as intelligent as we have been.

To the Freshmen, our untold hopefulness and patience that will prove invaluable in helping them to stand aside cheerfully as upper classmen exercise freely their innumerable privileges.

To the Sophomores, our sisters for whom we feel quite respon- sible, (looking two years ahead) we leave our discarded positions which we so capably held during the early years of our teaching careers.

To the Juniors, our interest and participation in all the activities to be found here at our Alma Mater.

To all concerned, our broad and optimistic outlook on life, hoping that it will serve as a guiding post to success to all who follow us.

Margaret Carlton

Laura Hammond

Testatrixes.






CLASS PROPHECY

MYAR SCULL: High soprano in "De Faustis."

MAGGIE MCPHERSON: Editor of "True Story"

ROSLYN SATTERWHITE: Business Manager of "New York Times"

RACHEL McKEY: President of National Assocation of Psychiatrists

EULA BASS: Home demonstration agent.

LELA BROWN BARNHILL: School teacher.

LELIA ELLEN BELK: Head science department here

LOUISE BRAKE: Head math department here.

PAULINE BRAY: Modelin Sok's.

FRANCES BRANTLEY: Dietitian here.

MILDRED BROXTON: Saleswoman at Tiffany's.

ANNIE LEE BRYANT: Married and rearing a family

RUTH BURKETTE: Running a concession in a carnival

MARGARET CARLTON: Successful author.

THELMA CHERRY: Teacher in Lelia Ellen's department.

LILA CHESNUTT and LUCILLE CONNOR: Writing menus for the Ritz.

MARY BELLE CLARK: Tight-rope walker.

CAROLYN CONNER: Photographer's assistant.

ELIZABETH CONLEY: Bareback rider.

CATHERINE FLAUGHER: Hostess in night club.

MARJORIE FLYTHE and HAZEL FUTRELL: Missionaries to heathen black.

OLIVE GILBERT: Owner and operator of grocery store.

JULIA GRIFFIN: Overseer of parrot farm.

MILDRED GRIFFIN: Bus driver.

JANE HALL: Soap box orator.

LAURA HAMMOND: Radio announcer.

RUTH HARDY: Book agent.

LENA EVELYN HELLEN: Married to a Doctor.

LILLIE HINSON: Math teacher in Louise's department.

ISABEL HUNT: Running dry cleaning establishment.

ELOISE HYDE: Translating Latin ms.

MAGGIE INMAN: Chorus girl.

MILDRED IVES: Tea room manager.

MARJORIE JACKSON: In antique business.

SUSIE JENKINS: Instructor in aesthetic dancing.

KATHRYNE JOHNSON: Shakespearean actress.

IRENE JONES: Personal maid.

LOUISE JONES: Jean Harlow II.

LOUISE JOY and THELMA WILSON: Aviatrixes.

MARY KELLY: Lawyer.

KATHERYNE JONES: Editor of Ballyhoo.

RUTH KING: Nurse.

IRMA KNOWLES: French teacher.

MARGUERITE LANE: Head of employment agency.

BETSY LEE: Lieuitenant Governor.

MABEL LEWIS: History teacher at E. C. T. C.

ETHEL LITTLE: Taxi driver.

RUTH LOGAN and ETHEL WALKER: Prizefighters.

TUCKER LYNCH: Movie Queen.

EMMA McARTHUR: Manufacturer of alarm clocks.

EDNA McCULLEN: Sculptress.

PAULINE McCULLEN: Matron of Wilson Hall.

VIRGINIA McNATT: Scientific explorer.

MILLIE and ELLA MOORE: Running kindergarden.

HENRY OGLESBY: Fords official mechanic.

GERTRUDE ORR: Private secretary to Mr. Hoover

OLIVE PARKER: College Dean.

RUTH PICKLESIMER: In geography department at Sarbonne.

RUTH NEAL REDFEARN: Will Rogers' successor.

ERMA SMALL: Missionary to heathen white.

ELIZABETH SKINNER: Associated with Lucian Lelong.

NANNIE SMITH: Chief contributor to "Judge."

GRACE SNELL: Librarian.

CULLIE STAFFORD: President of National Y. W.

MILDRED TAYLOR: Home economics teacher.

RABA TAYLOR: Palmist.

VERNA TEACHEY: Physical education instructor.

ALICE TILLEY: Mother of twelve children.

CAROLYN TYSON: School teacher.

ANNIE DELL UPCHURCH: Official dressmaker at White House

FLORENCE VINCENT: Chorus girl.

KATHERINE WALL: Student secretary.

WRAEWARD: Head usher at Roxy's.

JOYCE WARREN: Vocal teacher.

HAZEL WHITEHURST: Prima Donna.

SARA WILLIAMS: Ventriloquist.

HELEN WILLIAMS: Taxidermist.

GRACE WILLIFORD: Barber.

LUCY WILLIFORD: Snake charmer.

RENAWOODARD: Orental dancer.

EVELYN WRIGHT: Janet Gaynor's alternate.

MAMIE WATSON: Tiqht-rope walker.

SARA WILLIAMS: Professor of economists

I.W.WOOD: Chief constributor to "True Story"

NINA WALSTON: Married

HELEN CARLTON: Sign painter

MARGARET EDWARDS: Agitator for prison reform

KATHLEEN GUARD: Fat women in circus

HAZEL TAYLOR: Ma Jaters' substitute.

MARION ADLER: Portrait painter.

ANNIE CLARA BAKER: Matron in a girl's school

LOUISE FOWLER: Latin teacher.

JOSEPHINE DUNLAP: Enterprising journalist.

DAISY BELK: Undertaker's assistant.

EVA BUTLER: Engineer.

BERNICE HARRELL: Operating peanut stand.

ADA HUDSON: Married.

MYRTIS HUGHES: Manager of a cafeteria.

DOLPHINE IR3Y: Stenographer.

MARY LOUISE JONES: Pianist for Paderewski.

ROXY JONES: County superintendent.

ZELMA R03INSON: Dealer in antiques.

ELVA SCHREYER: With Carolina Playmakers.

JESSIE STRICKLAND: Dancing in nightclub.

KATHERINE WEATHERS: Animal trainer.

MARY FRANCES WHITEHURST: Architect.

CHRISTINE WILKERSON: Ditto.

JUANITA WORSELY: Great Chemist.

BESSIE HANCOCK: Chief of Scotland Neck fire department

SARA JOHNSON: Printer.

EDNA PEELE, Prophet






JUNIOR






Ione Hooker Bradsher Junior Class Mascot

Colors: Green and White

Flower: Lily- of -Valley

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

Junior Class Poem

"To strive; to seek; to find,

But not to yield - "

The Junior class has bound

Itself to this ordeal.

No conquerous great are we

In fields unknown,

Yet ever do we say

Alma Mater, lead on.

To you, O Alma Mater,

We owe our all;

To you we pledge ourselves;

We heed your call.

You gave to us the best

You had to give;

Your thoughts of us came first;

That we might live.

When college days are done you bid

Us live abundantly.

Yet we would walk with you awhile,

This class of '33.

Bertha Walston.






Junior Class Officers

Loree Cagle President

Hunter Speer Vice President

Birdie Lee Debnam Secretary

Nelson Hunsucker Treasurer






Junior Class

Hester Aiken Creedmoor, N. C.

Mary E. Baker Bakersville, N.C.

Inez Becton Bachelor, N.C.

Mahy Buford Best Warsaw, N. C.

Elizabeth Biddle Dover, N. C.

Amelia Black Bessemer City, N. C.

Kathehine Blalock Jonesboro, N. C.

Mahy Briley Chicod, N. C.

Lillie Mae Britt Milwakee, N.C.






Junior Class

Vera Broughtox Stonewall, N. C.

Mary Walker Brown Wilson, N.C.

Loree Cagle Rutherfordton, N.C.

Mary Carson Stokes, N.C.

Clafton Cherry Cornelius, N. C.

Sephia Lee Clark Middleton, N. C.

Ellen Clifton Faison, N.C.

Vivian Cooke Louisburg, N.C.

Rebecca Coooper Rocky Mount, N.C.






Junior Class

Edith Corbitt Currie, N. C.

Kara Lynn Corey Greenville, N. C.

Miriam Courtney Williamston, N. C.

Grace Cox Kinston, N. C.

Hilda Davis Mount Olive, N. C.

Mildred Davis Fairmont, N. C.

Perrie Davis Macon, N. C.

Birdie Lee Debnam Snow Hill, N. C.

Josephine Dixon New Bern, N. C.






Junior Class

Mary Edna Dobson Kenansville, N. C.

Alice Mae Elks Grimesland, N. C.

Margaret M. Everett Robersonville, N. C.

Julia Farrior Warsaw, N. C.

Sally Jo Fields Metter, Ga.

Margaret Fisher Swan Quarter, N. C.

Iris Flythe Pendleton, N. C.

Zelle Foley Greenville, N. C.

Edith Fornes Greenville, N. C.






Junior Class

Katie Mann Gibbs Swan Quarter, N.C.

Evelyn Gillam Harrellsville, N.C.

Clement Gohdon Waxhaw, N.C.

Margaret Griffin Marshville, N.C.

Marjorie Griffin Toronto, Canada

Martha Guard Currituck, N.C.

Elizabeth Haywood Trenton, N. C.

Vivian Hellen Vanceboro, N.C.

Mary Elizabeth Helms Goldsboro, N.C.






Junior Class

Marice Hester Creedmoor, N. C.

Helen Hicks Wise, N.C.

Ruth Hollowell Hertford, N.C.

Kemp House Greenville, N.C.

Sara Humphrey Farmville, N.C.

Nelson Hunsucker Greenville, N.C.

Vera Jennings Elizabeth City, N.C.

Rebecca Johnson Weldon, N.C.

Margaret Johnson Emporia, Virginia






Junior Class

Dobjs Mae Jones Goldsboro, N. C.

Louise Jordan Powellsville, N.C.

Annie Laurie Kennedy Kinston, N. C.

Charles King Greenville, N. C.

Dorothy Knox Huntersville, N.C.

Emily Lane Hertford, N. C.

Rosa Lee Lang Farmville, N. C.

Mary Langston Gates, N. C.

Pansy Lanier Oxford, N. C.






Junior Class

Ruth Lloyd Spencer, N. C.

Mamie Ruth Long Oxford, N. C.

Larue Mangum Creedmoor, N. C.

Mary Mass Middleton, N. C.

Florence May Spring Hope, N. C.

Gladys Measley Goldsboro, N. C .-

Beulah Mewborn Snow Hill, N. C.

Ima Mewborn Snow Hill, N. C.

Clara Modlin Farmville, N. C.






Junior Class

Christine Moore Grifton, N.C.

Lula Moore Little Rock, S.C.

Frances Morton Greenville, N.C.

Margaret Moye Goldsboro, N.C.

Margaret Murchison Greensboro, N.C.

Louine Musslewhite Saint Pauls, N.C.

Estelle McCless Ayden, N.C.

Mary D. McCormick McColl, S.C.

Marguerite McGinis Greenville, N.C.






Junior Class

Pearl McHan Almond, N. C.

Louise McIntire Charlotte, N. C.

Bessie McLamb Parkton, N.C.

Irene McLaurin Fayetteville, N. C.

Carrie Moore Nash Goldsboro, N. C.

Huldah Nobles Greenville, N. C.

Ethel Parker Woodland, N. C.

Martha Pickett Kenansville, N. C.

Abbie Mae Porter Chicod, N.C.






Junior Class

Annie Lee Powell Warrenton, N.C.

Mary Rabb Marion, N.C.

Evelyn L. Rogers Wilmington, N.C.

Elizabeth Rowland Louisburg, N.C.

Rosa Lee Saied Greenville, N.C.

Adah Belle Sessoms Windsor, N.C.

Thelma Shackleford Portsmouth, N.C.

Dorothy Sloan Wallace, N.C.

Dorothy Smith, Farmville, N.C.






Junior Class

Hunter Spears Rocky Mount, N. C.

Carolyn Spencer Swan Quarter, N. C.

Beatrice Stalls Robersonville, N. C.

Martha Starling Pine Level, N. C.

Bessie Stewart Gloucester, N. C.

Carrie Wall Stutts Mount Gilead, N. C.

Jacqueline Swindell Swan Quarter, N. C.

Mary Taylor Elm City, N.C.

Ruby Taylor Snow Hill, N.C.






Junior Class

Sara Trevathe Pinetops, N. C.

Eric Tucker Greenville, N.C.

Mae Tucker Marshville, N.C.

Inez Turner Currie, N.C.

Bertha Walston Stantonsburg, N.C.

Pauline Wheless Ansonville, N.C.

Emma Lee Wilkinson Kinston, N.C.

Dorothy Willard Greenville, N.C.

Dorothy Wayne Williams Apex, N.C.






Junior Class

Leta Williams Jacksonville, N. C.

Rose Williams Currituck, N. C.

Mary Gladys Womble Lillington, N. C.

Virginia Woodbuby Leland, N. C.

Frances Woollen High Point, N. C.

Juanita Young Lake Landing, N. C.











SOPHOMORE






Ellen Moore Fort Sophomore Class Mascot

Colors: Blue and Silver

Flower: Ragged Robin

Motto: "Rowing, not drifting"

Sophomore Class Poem

The class of thirty-four strives on

To seek the goal half won;

It thrusts aside all obstacles;

Its work is yet half done.

Two short years it has sought

The good, the just, the true;

Two years haze brought its goal

Looming halfway into view.

Then lead on, Class of Thirty-four,

Your standard ever uplifting,

And hold Aloft your banner bright

With its motto, "Rowing, not drifting."

Mary G. Parker.






Sophomore Class Officers

Stella Blevens President

Margaret Smith Vice President

Mary Lynn Pipkin Secretary

Mary Elizabeth Crawford Treasurer






Sophomore Class

Pauline Barber

Loula Mae Barker

Georgia Bell

Stella Blevens

Hilda Boyce

Hazel Braswell

Lola Brooks

Sallie Brooks

Clyde Brown

Lillian Brown

Helen Burnette

Julia Holland Butler

Mary Virginia Cale

Mary Williams Carr

Naomi Carr

Mary Clark

Jessie Glyn Cole

Mattie Lou Cotten

Mary Elizabeth Crawford

Rebecca Curtis






Sophohiore Class

Margaret Cuthrell

Elizabeth Dail

Emma Lee Davis

Frances Davis

Elizabeth Denny

Mable Dickins

Mildred Dixon

Bernice Elliott

Lucy Evan

Edna Farrow

Ilamae Fitzgerald

Charles Forbes

Rachel Frederick

Clara Vann Freeman

Elizabeth Fulcher

Temperance Garriss

Nellie Grissom

Helen Harkey

Frances Harvye

Myrtie Gray Hodgen






Sophomore Class

Catherine Holland

Annie R. Horne

Mildred Horton

Beulah House

Hattie Lee Humphrey

Aleen Hunt

Mary Emma Hurst

Doris Jones

Eleanor Jones

Lorna Langley

Mary Louise Lawrence

Elizabeth Leake

Audrey Martin

Margaret Matthews

Elcy Miller

Delia Mitchell

Dorothy Mitchell

Ruth Moore

Pearl Mooring

Blanche Mosely






Sophomore Class

Estelle McCullen

Lucile Noell

Elizabeth Odom

Betsy Odom

Koma Lee Owens

Lucille Pait

Mary G. Parker

Ruth Parker

Freda Parks

Lois Parrish

Margaret Patrick

Mary Lynn Pipkin

Leola Pleasant

Carrie Powell

Margaret Rankin

Evelyn Rice

Lucille Rose

Elizabeth Royall

Ethlyn Sanders

Irene Sandling






Sophomore Class

Alice James Savage

Louise Simmons

Margaret Smith

Julia Stilley

Agnas Strickland

Frances Swindell

Virginia Taylor

Aileen Tedder

Hilda Thompson

Laura Thornton

Dorothy Tilley

Pattie Mae Turnage

Alva Van Nortwick

Margaret Walker

George Wilkerson

Dorothy Wilkins

Mildred Williams

Ruth Williams

Hazel Woodard

Lila Wynne






FRESHMAN






Joan Bloom Freshman Class Mascot

Colors: Gold and White

Flower: Daisy

Motto: "Not to the top but climbing"






Freshman Class Officers

Frances Newsome President

Lucy LeRov Vice President

Frances Watson Secretary

C. O. Armstrong Treasurer











Freshman Class Roll

Etta Aiken

Lucy Alexander

William G. Andrews

C. O. Armstrong

Cornelia Avent

Helen Babcock

William W. Barker, Jr.

Kathryn Barnett

Frances Benton

Susan Beveridge

Helen Boomer

Frances Bowen

Grace Brinkley

Edna Bryan

Mary Ella Bunn

Eduina Burch

Hemby Burnette

Eleanor Byhd

Edwin Cannon

Eloise Bateman Camp

Irene Carmichael

Constance Cheaves

Fannie Chesson

Helen Clark

Margaret Coppage

John H. Coward

Clifton Crawford

Travis Crawford

Henrietta Crowe

Katherine Crowe

Elmo Dupree

Charles Edwards

Lucille Faison

Edward Flanagan

Robert Fleming

Alfred Forbes

Mildred Gibson

Lucy Glover

Katie Lee Gordon

Minnie Margaret Gorham

Selma Gurganus

Emma Frances Hardee

Helen M. Harkey

Sallie Harper

Nellie Harrell

Louise Harrington

Mildred Harrison

Ada Hedgepath

Mary Frances Hedgepath

Grace Lee Helms

Kathryn Hines

Bessie Hinson

Katherine Hinson

Mary Virginia Horne

Rachel Hurst

Madeline Jenkins

Katie Lee Johnson

Thelma Johnson

Thelma Jones

Verona Lee Joyner

Elizabeth Kasey

Esther Keene

Scottie Killsbrew

Hazel King

Mary King

Ida Louis Kernegay

Pennie Keel Lang

Dorothy Lanier

Bessie Lee

Margaret Lee

Lucy LeRoy

Robert Little

Virginia Magneas

Ruth Lyon Mangum

Clara Mann

Martha Marine

Edith Marslender

Evelyn Matthews

Bobbie Medlin

Norma Melvin

Nina Lee Newborn

Wardell Mills

Eunice Moore

Ruth Moore

Hazel Morris

Clyde Morton

Edith Morton

Mildred McDaniel

Maggie Lee McGlohon

Aubrey McLean

Ida May Nance

Christine Nelson

William Nesbit

Frances Newsom

Andy Noe

Adelia Norris

Mary Frances O'Brien

Melba O'Brien

Dorothy Odham

Elizabeth Overton

Elsie Parker

Mildred Pearson

Thelma Mae Peel

Martha Hart Peele

Adelaide Peiffer

Jonnie Perkins

Florence Phelp

Lou Pitts

Sam Quinerly

Josephine Robertson

Mary Shaw Robeson

Mahew Sawyer

Drury Settle

Sue Sewell

Louise Sharpe

Lucy Shearin

Seliz Smith

Jatie Spain

Judith Stanton

Mildred Tolar

Bonnie R. Tripp

Evelyn Turnage

Alma Tyndall

Stelma Vanborne

Ruby Wall

Frances Watson

Floyd Whichard

Frances Williams

Lucile Williams

Ola Williams

Sara M. Williams

Verda Wilson

Verdie Wilson

Woodrow Woodard

Alice Woodruff

Evelyn W. Wright

Alice Yancey

Lucille Yates











SENIOR NORMAL






Mary Ruth Carter Senior Normal Class Mascot

Colors: Blue and White

Flower: Daisy

Motto: "Not Sunset but Dawn"

Senior Normal Class Poem

Just as the sun is beginning to set

I struggle hard to find an outlet

For all the things which I've been thinkin,

For the past two years our minds

Have been drinking

Of tin cup that

Wisdom fills

That flourishes ami bubbles and

Continues in build.

Today this cup wisdom holds

Tight.

For all will end hire and will

Start a new flight

To explore what's in the space

Beyond

And to strengthen a new and tighter bond

But before we go let's take

Inventory

Of the Senior Normal Class

In its mighty glory.

As she shines and sparkles and

Falls in rays,

Rays that are known as

College days

Each little ray we'll cherish

And love

Like something divine

That was sent from above.

May wisdom's cup forever

Ebb and flow

As mi uar journey, we

Continue to go.

Blanche Van Dyke, '32.






Irma Dell Phillips

Senior Normal Class President






Senior Normal Class Officers

Irma Dell Phillips President

Laureta Howard Vice President

Elizabeth Thompson Secretary

Marguerite Smith Treasurer






Senior Normal

Martha Ella Abrams

Macclesfield, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society

Pauline L. Adcock

Varina, N. C.

Senior Normal

Peace Institute, '28, '29; Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.

Lena Cherry Allsbrook

Scotland Neck, N. C.

Elementary Education

Emerson Society; Class Critic, '31; Teco Echo Reporter, '32; Marshal, '32; Y.W.C.A.

Lena Mae Andrews

Sloop Point, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society

Eula Beatrice Aycock

Micro, N. C.

Primary Grade

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

Ruth Ballentine

Middlesex, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society ; Athletic Associaton, '31

Nannie Ervin Barbee

Richlands, N. C.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Eloise Barco

Belcross, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Albemarle District Clb, '31






Senior Normal

Doha Beddard

Winterville, N. C.

Poe Society, '31

Pauline Boyette

Kenly, N. C.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Johnston County Club

Eunice Elizabeth Boykin

Dalzell, S. C.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Katie Barnes Bradley

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Primary Education

Appalachian State Teachers College; Emerson Society

Josephine Brantley

Spring Hope, N. C.

Alma Braxton

Greenville, N. C.

Elementary Education

Idell Britt

Mount Olive, N. C.

Primary Education,

Poe Society, '31, '32; Junior Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '31; Y. W. C. A.; Secretary Student Fund, '32; Athletic Association, '31; Basketball, '31

Howard Morning Brooks

Hamlet, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Class Cheer Leader, '32.






Senior Normal

Lottie Lane Bryan

Garner, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.

Maxine Elizabeth Buchanan

Sanford, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Class Critic, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation

Lanie Hildred Bullock

Wilson, N. C.

Elementary Education

Class Treasurer, '31; Y. W. C. A.; Emerson Society

Mary Alice Bullock

Ayden, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Society ; Proctor ; Y. W. C. A. ; Assistant Editor of TECOAN

R. Janetta Cain

Acme, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.

Mildred Kathleen Cain

Acme, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.

Mary Elizabeth Cartwright

Bath, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Athletic Association, '33, '23; Y.W.C.A.

Mildred Virginia Castello

Windsor, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.






Senior Normal

Emily Chambliss

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Primary Grade

Y. W. C. A.: Lanier Society, '31, '32; Treasurer Lanier Society, '32; Athletic Association; Proctor, '31; Glee Club, '31, '32; Scribbler's Club.

Louise Clarke

Greenville, N. C.

Emerson Society

Margaret Elizabeth Clemmons

Wilmington, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A

Martha Francis Cole

Hamlet, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Assocation

Kathleen Elizabeth Cook

Wallace, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; D and P Club; Y. W. C. A.

Virginia Dare Crane

Waxhaw, N. C.

Dora F. Crawford

Pikeville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson ociety; Y. W. C. A.

Ava M. Credle

Belhaven, N. C.

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.






Senior Normal

Zouline Darden

Fayetteville, N. C.

Primary Education

Athletic Association, '30, '31; Basketball Team '30, '31; Poe Society, '30, '31; Y. W. C. A. Glee Club, '30, '31.

Gladys Davis

Marshallburg, N. C.

Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation, '31, '32; Poe Society; English Club, '31

Cabbie Mercer Dickens

Halifax, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Assocation

Elsie Mae Drake

Spring Hope, N. C.

Grammar

Lanier Society

Mabgabet M. Edwards

Battleboro, N. C.

Primary Grade

Athletic Association, '31; College Monogram

Hazel L. Ellis

Draper, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Opal Ervin

Richlands, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Elizabeth Love Farmer

Wilmington, N. C.

Emerson Society ; Y. W. C. A.






Senior Normal

Alice Farrior

Wallace, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Choir; Glee Club; D. and P. Club

Sally Lou Finch

Henderson, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Edna M. Flake

Polkton, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.

Hazel Virginia Fleming

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society, '30, '31.

Merle Floyd

Fairmont, N.C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.; Proctor, '31

Thelma Jane Floyd

Fairmont, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe society; Y.W.C.A.

Aldonia Caroline Fuller

Smithfield, N. C.

Primary Grade

Lanier Society; Johnston County Club; Y.W.C.A.; Cullowhee College

Catherine Gaskill

Sea Level, N. C.

Society; Y. W. C. A.






Senior Normal

Sadie Mae Gaskins

New Bern, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Athletic Association, '30, '32; Craven County Club, '30; Y. W. C. A.; Basketball, '32.

Ella Dill Gibbs

Swan Quarter, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society.

Thera Godwin

Falcon, N. C.

Primary Grade

Mary Alice Gooding

Oriental, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.

Elizabeth Greenleaf

Elizabeth City, N. C.

Emerson Society; Teco Echo Reporter; Albemarle Society, '31; Y.W.C.A.

Florence De Ette Grimes

Wilmington, N. C.

Elementary Education

Poe Society

Doris Gurley

Fremont, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society, '30, '31, '32; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Assocation

Katherine Atkinson Hall

Sloop Point, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society.






Senior Normal

Vera Hamilton

Magnolia, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society, '30, '31; Pender-Duplin County Club; Proctor, '31.

Lena Hazel Hardy

LaGrange, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Athletic Association; Y.W.C.A.; Secertary Greene County Club; Proctor

Anna Harris

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Mary Elizabeth Harris

Clarksville, Va.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Millicent Frances Harris

Elizabeth City, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.

Josephine Woolard Harrison

Williamston, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Class Tecoan Representative, '31; Athletic Assication, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A.; Class Basketball Team, '31; Proctor

Mary Louise Hart

Mooresville, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Sharia Hatem

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade






Senior Normal

Lois Norflekt Hayes

Woodsdale, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Marcia Helms

Marshville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Marianna Helms

Marshville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Adelaide Nance Henley

Cheraw, S. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Athletic Assocation, '31; Y.W.C.A., Student Volunteer, '31

Corva Hoyt Herrington

Ransomville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association, '31, 32; Basketball Team, College Monogram.

Maude J. Hicks

Norlina, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Assistant Cheer Leader Poe Society; Cheerio Club; Y.W.C.A.; N.C.C.W.

Doris Hobgood

Oxford, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society, 30, '31

Dorothy Hobgood

Oxford, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society '30, '31.






Senior Normal

Glenda Louise Hodge

Kenly, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Secretary Johnston County Club, '31; President Johnston County Club, '32; Proctor, '32.

Mary Hogan

Eagle Springs, N. C.

Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.

Rosa Leigh Horton

Knightdale, N. C.

Primary Grade

Y. W. C. A . ; Y. W. C. A. Choir, '30, '31; Poe Society, '30, 31; Delegate B. S. U. Conference, '30, Vice President B. S. U., '32.

Laureta Howard

Oxford, N. C.

PrimarY Education

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Vice President Class '32

Annie Sue Howell

Warrenton, N. C.

Lois Huffines

Gibsonville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association, '31; Class Cheer Leader, '31, '32; Society Cheer Leader, '32; Junior Cabinet, '31; Emerson Society, '31, '32; House President, '32.

Geneva Hughes

Shiloh, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Albemarle Distric Club, '31

Mary Hunsucker

Gibson, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society, '30, '31; Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Choir, '31; Glee Club, '30, '31; Athletic Assocation, '31






Senior Normal

Hazel Hunter

Beulaville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Louise Jacobs

Georgetown, S. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.

Alma Harris Jennings

Elizabeth City, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Albemarle District

Daisy Della Johnson

Robersonville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society.

Erline Johnson

Roseboro, N. C.

Y.W.C.A.; Lanier Society.

Evelyn Tubley Jones

Clayton, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society: Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. C. A. Choir; Johnston County Club

Mary Eleanor Jones

Louisburg, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation, '32

Ruth Jones

Hamlet, N. C.

Primary Education

N.C.C.W.; Poe Society, '31; Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation, '31






Senior Normal

Emma DeEtte Kimrey

Wilmington, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Junior Cabinet, '30; Athletic Assocation

Eugenia S. King

Hampstead, N. C.

Elementary Education

Mary Elizabeth King

Littleton, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Athletic Assocation; Y.W.C.A.

Victoria Kornegay

Seven Springs, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A

Lula Lois Lancaster

Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society

Margaret Lane

Tyner, N.C.

Lanier Society, '30, '31; Proctor, '31; Athletic Association

Bessie Warren Lawrence

Kenly, N.C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Johnston County Cub, '31

Mary Lillian Lee

Benson, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Athletic Assocation; Johnston County Club; Y.W.C.A.






Senior Normal

Rebecca Lee

Benson, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society, '30, '31; Johnston County Club.

Breta Scott Lewis

Rocky Point, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Daisy Lee Lewis

Ransomville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Maejorie Lewis

Marshallberg, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association, '31, '32.

Mary James Lipscom

Greenville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society

Dorothy I. Liverman

Gum Neck, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Y. W. C. A.

Wiliielmina Livingston

Wilmington, N. C.

Grammar Education

Poe Society; Poe Society Marshal, '31, 32; Y. W. C. A.; Secretary Class, '30, '31; Athletic Association, '30, '31; Cheerio Club.

Florence Adelle Loftin

Wilmington, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Athletic Assocation; Y.W.C.A.; Proctor






Senior Normal

Violet Long

Blounts Creek, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Margaret Lucas

Wilmington, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society

Adell Maready

Chinquapin, N. C.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Audrey McIver Martin

Rich Square, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society: Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Choir; Greensboro College

Minnilee Edwards Martin

Burlington, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society

Evelyn Louise Maynard

Clayton. N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Athletic Assocation; Glee Club; House President, '31; Treasurer Emerson Society; Orchestra; Y.W.C.A. Choir; Y.W.C.A.; Society Debater

Emma Melvin

Parkersburg, N.C.

Euna Miller

Mocksville, N.C.

Primary Education

Catawba College, '28






Senior Normal

Dorothy Dell Millis

Folkstone, N. C.

Poe Society.

Lillian Parker Mitchiner

Franklinton, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society, '30, '31, '32; Glee Club, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A. Choir, '31, '32.

Rachel Monk

Farmville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Athletic Assocation, '31; Y.W.C.A.; Scribblers' Club; Proctor

Bertie Morgan

Elizabeth City, N. C.

Emerson Society ; Y. W. C. A.

Mary Catherine Morris

Wilmington, N. C.

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.; Proctor, '31; Student Government Representative

Rosalie Bell Murdoch

Wildwood, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Proctor, '31

Wilma Murphy

Louisburg, N. C.

Poe Society; Athletic Association.

Rotha Murray

Spring Hope, N. C.

Lanier Society, '31.






Senior Normal

Elizabeth McCormick

Jonesboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Edna Ruth McDaniel

Trenton, N. C.

Primary Education

Margaret Earl McDonald

White Oak, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Athletic Association, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A.

Helen McLauchlin

Benson, N. C.

Primary Grade

TECOAN Representative Class, '32.

Bertha C. McKinney

Bakersville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Scribblers' Club.

Mary Neal MacNair

Raeford, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Athletic Association, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A.

Janie McNair

Hamlet, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Athletic Assocation; Y.W.C.A.

Clara Ethel Nance

Keidsville, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society






Senior Normal

Ruby Claire Neighbors

Ruin, N. C.

Primary Education

Y. W. C. A.

Thelma Wood Newsome

Harrellsville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society.

Susie Lee Newton

McCall, S. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society

Etta Dudley Norwoood

Bullock, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Y.W.C.A. Choir; Proctor, '31.

Edna Earle O'Neal

Selma, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Statistics, '32; Y. W. C. A.

Pearl Packer

Clinton, N. C.

Primary Grade

Lanier Society

Ernestine B. Park

Greenville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society, '31

Mary Effie Patrick

Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society






Senior Normal

Edith Terrell Perkinson

La Crosse, Va.

Elementary Education

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

Leona Perry

Kitty Hawk, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society

Irma Dell Phillips

Gibsonville, N. C.

Primary Grade

Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation, '31; C Class Basketball Team; Associate Editor TECOAN, '31; Emerson Cheer Leader, '32; D Class President, '32; Emerson Society, '31, '32; Statistics, '32

Mary Elizabeth Pitt

Littleton, N. C.

Primary Grade

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.

Sally Bradley Pittman

Andrews, N. C.

Y.W.C.A.; Junior Cabinet, '31; Poe Society, President Poe Society, '31, '32; Vice President Poe Society, '32; Athletic Assocation, '31; Class Basketball Team, '31; House President, '32

Sally Sue Pittman

Henderson, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A.

Hattie Malinda Powell

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lorine Price

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Primary Grade

Y. W. C. A., '31, '32; Junior Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '31; Athletic Assocation, '31, '32; Lanier Society marshal, '32; Basketball, '31; Glee Club, '31






Senior Normal

Bertha Maie Pritchard

Biscoe, N.C.

Primary Grade

Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Choir, '31; Athletic Assocation, '31, '32; Emerson Society; Student Volunteer, '32

Mozelle Ray

Zebulon, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society, '31

Leona Raynor

Centerville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.

Margaret Regan

Laurinburg, N.C.

Primary Grade

Lanier Society, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A.; Junior Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '31

Helen Hortense Reid

Warrenton, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Athletic Assocation, '31; Y.W.C.A.

Brownie Roberson

Robersonville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

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

Leota E. Robinson

Jacksonville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Athletic Assocation, '31; Y.W.C.A.; Emerson Society, '31

Ruby Evelyn Rogers

Fuquay Springs, N.C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society






Senior Normal

Delha Undine Ross

Robersonville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

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

Edna Mae Rouse

La Grange, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society

Marie H. Royster

Bullock, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Lillian Seltz

Mount Gilead, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Athletic Assocation; Monogram; Basketball Team, '30

Nell Shaw

Laurinburg, N. C.

Primary Grade

Lanier society; Y.W.C.A.; Junior Cabinet; C Class Student Government Representative; House President, '32; Marshal

Aieleen Shelton

Hamlet, N. C.

Primary Grade

Nina Louise Sitterson

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Scribbler's Club.

Mamie Marie Small

Elizabeth City, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A. ; Albemarle District






Senior Normal

Betty Smith

Gibson, N. C.

Primary Grade

Lanier Society, '31, '32; Glee Club, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A. Choir, '31, '32; Athletic Assocation, '32

Kittie Blanche Smith

Selma, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.; Johnston County Club, '31, '32

Marguerite Smith

Warsaw, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Class Secretary, '32

Hazel Speer

Winston-Salem, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.; Salem College, '29, '30

Frances Stokes

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society.

Virginia Strickland

Nashville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Charlotte Louise Styron

Norfolk, Va.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.

Kathryn Sullivan

Hamlet, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society, '31, '32; Athletic Assocation, '31, '32; Y.W.C.A.






Senior Normal

Kate Kirby Summerlin

Mount Olive, N. C,

Primary Grade

Lanier Society, '31, '32

Susie Kate Swain

Shallotte, N. C.

Primary Grade

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

Ruth Macon Tankard

Bath, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society

Mildred Tatum

Elizabethtown, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society.

Elsie Taylor

Fairmont, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society

Katherine Taylor

Wilson, N.C.

Primary Grade

Y.W.C.A.

Annie Sydnie Thompson

Graham, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Student Volunteer, '31, '32; Glee Club, '31, '32; Circulation Manager Techo Echo, '32

Elizabeth Thompson

Graham, N. C.

Elementary Education

Emerson Society; Athletic Assocation, '31; Y.W.C.A.; Class Treasurer, '32; Teco Echo Reporter, '31; Associate Editor Teco Echo, '32; Student Volunterr, '31, '32; Student Volunteer Reporter, '32; Glee Club, '32; Proctor, '31






Senior Normal

Mary Pitts Turley

Clayton, N. C.

Primary Grade

Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation, '31, '32; Lanier Society, '31, '32; Basketball, '31; Glee Club, '31, '32; Johnston County Club, '31, '32

Hazel Ruth Turnage

Ayden, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation; Class Basketball Team

Lillian Turner

Tyner, N.C.

Primary Grade

Margaret Tyson

Greenville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Mary Underwood

Columbia, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.; Junior Cabinet; Secretary Junior Cabinet; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '32; Albemarle District Club; Vice President Albemarle District Club, '31

Blanche Van Dyke

Henderson, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation, '31; Lanier society, '30, '31; Proctor, '30; Student Volunteer Group, '30, '31

Maggie Ellen Vann

Newton Grove, N.C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Athletic Assocation; Glee Club; Y.W.C.A.

Miriam Walker

Hillsboro, N.C.

Primary Grade






Senior Normal

Elizabeth Walston

Shiloh, N. C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society

Marie Walters

Drum Hill, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society

Lola Tunnel Watson

Swan Quarter, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Mary Louise Webb

Pinetops, N. C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Proctor Fall, '31; Athletic Assocation '30

Elise Webster

Fairmont, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Lois E. Welborn

Winston-Salem, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Verona White

Bath, N.C.

Primary Grade

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.

Margaret B. Williams

Bunn, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.






Senior Normal

Mary Frances Williams

Elizabeth City, N. C.

Grammar Grade

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

Ruth Evelyn Williamson

Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society.

Corinne Chestnut Willis

Beaufort, N. C.

Primary Education

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

Edna Wilson

Goldsboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Athletic Assocation; Basketball, Capatin, '32; Tennis Champion, '31

Varneda Woodard

Kenly, N.C.

Primary Grade

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.

Margaret Oliver Woodbury

Wilmington, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.; Vice President Class, '31

Lucille Woolard

Greenville, N.C.

Primary Grade

Eunice May Wrenn

Kittrell, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society

Claudie May Wynne

Maysville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Assocation.






Senior Normal Class History

HOW vividly lingers the memory of a blue Monday, September 29, 1930, when a hetero- genous group of what seemed to be cast-offs migrated to the campus of East Carolina Teachers College. Two hundred and forty-three strong, we were ready to seek the hidden treasures of knowledge, truth, and honor. Though we were termed "green" and branded "green" we were on our way to show our superiors what we could do.

Two days of parties, teas, and "pep" meetings to familiarize us with the campus and faculty made us acquainted with those whom we thought "Queens of the campus" - upperclass- men. We soon, indeed, realized the importance and necessity of their lending us a friendly and helping hand.

"C's" we were called. Not knowing why, we took the term to mean Capability. We lost no time in getting started by electing Janet Gray as our leader.

Then there came the day we dreaded most - Initiation! What an attractive group we were - dressed in pajamas, gym hose, petticoats galore, and carrying laundry bags. In loyal fright we obeyed our friendly persecutors by "meows" here, "baas" there, and "bow- wows" yonder.

Thanksgiving - and was it cold? Not too cold, however, for us to be victorious in the basketball game. "Champions" and "Cup winners" became our proud titles.

June! Books in, and trunks packed meant the close of a successful "C" year.

Day after day rolled by until once more we were on the campus with the ghosts of practice teaching, science, history, and mathematics haunting our pleasant dreams. Strange faces greeted us in the place of our dear friends, the Seniors of '31. We regretted our loss, but welcomed our new friends.

The charming and efficient Irma Dell Phillips was elected president of the Senior Normals of 1932.

Speaking of anticipations - well, we had them. Once more initiation was here. No one knows how excited we were, for then was the time for our revenge. (We weren't very bad to the "green" newcomers, after all.)

All our untiring efforts in basketball were in vain: we had to lose our treasured token, the cup. It was hard to bow down in defeat, but we graciously surrendered because we know we were outclassed. Our only consolation was the fact that we were soon to hear the Don Cossack Russian chorus.

Something from fairyland must have come since, for the first time in the history of the college, we were given Thanksgiving holidays. The dormitories were in an uproar the night before our departure for four days of family feasts, parties, and - sweethearting.

Not any too soon did those three weeks from Thanksgiving till Christmas pass. Alas ! Exams haunted us night and day the final two days, but we were willing to pay their toll to start on the homeward journey.

The year of our graduation, 1932! There were "treats" on top of each other in store for us. Galli-Curci, the noted singer, the senior play, and other entertainments lay ahead. Who wouldn't enjoy college with such pleasures to look forward to?

We wish, in closing, to pay a grateful tribute to those who, during our college career, have patiently guided our footsteps to the realms of knowledge, who have treated our mistakes, and who have rejoiced in our successes. We have little to show now; we oniy trust time will reveal the lives inspired to the heights of honor and service.

Graduation bids us part - part from those whose friendship we cherish dearly. We depart reluctantly, yet hopefully, led by our motto, "Not sunset but dawn."

Hazel Ruth Turnage,

Annie Sue Howell,

Historians.






"D" Class Last Will and Testament

State of North Carolina

County of Pitt

Town of Greenville

East Carolina Teachers College

WE the Senior Normal Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-two, having survived two years of strenuous work, cruel initiations, and an intelligent faculty, believe ourselves to be of a sound mind and body. Realizing that the days are approaching witli great rapidity; and realizing the inability of this class to carry with it their college possessions to distant realms, we do hereby make and declare our last Will and Testament:

One: We bequeath to our Alma Mater our love, esteem, and loyalty.

Two: To the faculty we bequeath the right to direct the incoming students of this college out of the depths of ignorance into the light of knowledge.

Three: To our Parents, who have been so patient and kind, as to have made it pos- sible for us to be here, we devote our time and lives toward making ourselves worthy of their hardships and worries for us.

Four: We take great pleasure in leaving the Junior Normal Class:

1. All the rights and privileges of D's.

2. That never to be forgotten war path to the training school.

3. A supply of maps to make them come to the realization that North Carolina is not all dry land.

4. The privilege to sing as many times as they like that old familiar tune--"Do. Me. So."

(Seal)

Witnesses:

Irma Britt,

Blanche Van Dyke,

Testators

Witnesses:

Irma Dell Phillips

Marguerite Smith






Prophecy of the Senior Normal Class of '32

THIS is station WPTF, Raleigh, North Carolina, broadcasting over the NBC chain. We are now turning the program over to the Senior Normal class of East Carolina Teachers College of '32."

"This is Wilhehnina Livingston announcing. Irma Dell Phillips is in the studio and we will ask her to speak. Miss Phillips."

Irma Dell Phillips, WPTF: "Hello everybody I Don't you think it would be a good idea to call on everv one and let each person speak for herself! We'll ask Marguerite Smith, who is here with me, to check the re. II. which she lias kepi all these years, anil see that every one is accounted for. I will speak for mvself and several others. This morning I received a letter from /.inline Darden, who is teaching in the Philippine Islands tea, hum with Evelyn T. Jones, Evelyn Maynard, Millicent Harris, Dorothy Liverman, and Bertha I'rit.har.l This letter also came, and from a far off place - the jungles of Africa. I know vou'll he surprised when I tell you that Mary Pitts Turley, Emily Ohambliss, and Idell Britt are teaching the native. l,,.w to use make-up, and Lorine Price and Kdna Earle O'Neal are exchanging .lane,, steps with the Africans. All of these regret that they cannot, be here. Lois Huftincs w ishes i" hear from Rachel Monk."

Rachel Monk, XYZ: "I know that I haven't much time so I'll just tell you that I'm modeling dresses in Mary Catherine Morris's New York fashion shop. The other girls here are: Elizabeth Farmer, Margaret Clemmons, Margaret Woodbury, anil Lena Cherry Allsbrook. I'm wondering where Nell Shaw is.'"

Nell Shaw, WMO: "Margaret Regan, Joe Harrison, Elizabeth and Anne Thompson, and balhe Sue Pittman are with me in my home here in Ontario. Canada. We are planning a trip to Greenville, North Carolina, soon. We would like to hear from Margaret Huff."

Margaret Huff, ABC: "I'm speaking from my home in Laguna Beach, California. I know I am the happiest person in the world here with my author husband and two little boys. It would be of interest to hiii to know that Marv I'liderwood and her newly acquired husband are spending part of their honeymoon with me. She toll] me that. Mary Alice Bullock. Hazel Ruth Turnage, and Virginia Strickland are prominent society leader, in Englewo.nl. New Jersey. We are interested in Maxine

Maxine Buchanan, SAE: "I saw in the paper the other day that Ruth Ballentine has just married a prominent mayor, but I still contend that I am much happier being the wife of a famous football player. I also saw that Martha Cole and Howard Morning Brooks have almost completed their book on "Why College Deans Give up their Positions and why Student Councils Dissolve." But where is Helen McLauchlin?"

Helen McLauchlin, BAH: "Maxine, I certainly am glad to hear you. I've been here in England for the past six months and will be here until I have complete my latest book. Do any of you know where Maggie Ellen Vann is?"

Maggie Ellen Vann, TAT: "Helen, I am surprised that you haven't seen my picture in the new "Photoplay." Others of your classmates are there, too, Aileen Shelton, a second Greta Garbo; Betty Smith: De Ette Kimrey; Mary Hunsucker; Doris Gurley; Blanceh Smith; Mildred Bullock; Sally Bradley Pittman: Edna Flake; Sally Lou Finch; Mercer Dickens; and Maude Hicks. All are starrring for Paramount. I know that these girls are in the follies: Merle Floyd, Hazel Spear, Annie Su HOwell, Rosa Lee Horten, Brownie Roberson, Glenda Hodge, Doris and Dorothy Hobgood, Margaret Lane, and Josephine Brantley--I wonder where Lillie May Britt is?"

Lillie May Britt, SPE: "I am running a beatuy parlor in Raleigh, North Carolina. Pearl Parker, Lillian Seltz, margaret Edwards, and Marie Royster are my assistants. Yesterday Mozelle May, Mary Effie Patrick, Lucile Woolard, Elizabeth McCormack, Eloise Barco, Adlaide Henley, and Audrey Martin, who are teaching near here, came into the shop. Marcia and Marianna Helms were with them and said that Laureta Howard and Mary Hogan are doing critic work at E.C.T.C. Is Mary Lee on the air?"

Mary Lee, ATO: "Yes, I am here with Rebecca Lee, Katherine Sullivan, Janie McNair, Edna McDaniel, Vernelda Woodard, Corrine Willis, Edna Wilson, Della Ross, and Helen Reid doing home mission work in Mississippi. Eula Aycock, Opal Ervin, Nannie Barbee, Elsie Mae Drake, Ella Dill Gibbs, martha Ella Abrams, Dora Beddard, and Pualine Boyette are missionaries in foreign fields. Every one knows that BlancheVan Dyke is in the Senate. I've heard that we have a number of classmates in Gastonia. Corva Herrington is coaching basketball; Lottie Bryan, lena Hazel Hardy, and Hazel Fleming are teaching music and voice; Alma Braxton, Lois Lancaster, and Vera Hamilton are teaching in the primary grades; and Ruby Hobgood is prinicpal of the Grammar School there. Where is Eunie Boykin?"

Eunice Boykin, PKA: "Mary Alice Gooding, Hazel Hunter, Daisy Johnson, Mary L. Hart, and I are runing a tea room in Hampton Roads where our sailor husbands are at sea. Daisy M. Belk, Breta Lewis, Geneva Hughes, Elsie Taylor, Mary Louise Webb, and Margaert Bell Williams are nursing at St. Luke's hospital in Richmond. They have many friends living there: Kate Kirby Summerlin, who married a very prominent lawyer; Elizabeth King, shopper for Miller-Rhodes; and Ava Credle, who is head of the millinery department there. Daisy Lee Lewis, who married a congressman is also living there. Let's see who is at station SNO in New York."

Station, SNO: "This is Ruth Tankard speaking. Frances Stokes, Lillian Truner, Edna Rouse, Hattie Pwoers, Etta Norwood, Claudie Wynne and myself are overnesses here in New York. Bertie Morgan, Adelle Morendy, Clara Nance, Rotha Murray, and Ruby Neighbors have a private kindergarten here. Mildred Costello is governess to Rosalie Murdocks children. Every one has been accounted for except Ellis and Violet Long, who everyone knows, are studying for grad opera." (and it was just in time for)--

"This is John Roberts speaking over the NBC system. We are about to broadcast the correct time. When the gong sounds it will be exactly--.

Mary Underwood,

Howard Morning Brooks

Prophetesses.






JUNIOR NORMAL






Dorothy Nell Henderson and Ed Hillman Junior Normal Class Mascots

Colors: Lavender and White

Flower: Sweet Pea

Motto: "Upward and Onward"

C Class Poem

Another "C" Class has started on its way,

Heights of success to scale.

We'll do what's right; we'll say what's right;

We know we cannot fail.

Our watchword is "to serve our school,"

It's standards we'll uphold.

To make this year the best we've known -

"Go forward" is our goal.

So Alma Mater, we're your friends,

And fellow students too.

On us you know you can depend

For we're the "C" Class true.

Melba L. Watson.






Junior Normal Class Officers

Edith Dillard President

Annie McIntyre Vice President

Rachel Morgan Secretary

Lucy Kelly Treasurer






o

One Hundred Sixty-eight






Junior Normal Class Roll

Bevie Adams

Louise Adams

Carol Aiken

Hazel Aimeley

Mable Allan

Bernice Aman

Selma Wilson Anderson

Winona Ashell

Louise Ayscue

Ellen Baker

Grace Baker

Nita Baum

Ruth Bivins

Edith Bouman

Beth Brantley

Diana Brendle

Ella Louise Briley

Catherine Brinkley

Eleanor Brinkley

Catherine Britt

Rachel Britt

Lillie Brown

Daisy Bryan

Martha Bryan

Mildred Bullock

Janie Carson

Annie Lois Clark

Lula Cobb

Mary Lee Cockrell

Rachel Coppage

Cornelia Covington

Carman Credle

Lucile Creech

Annie Cross

Catherine Crouch

Marilyn Culbreth

Sibyl Daniels

Katherine Davis

Margaret Davis

Mary Davis

Katherine Dickerson

Willa Mitchell Dickey

Edith Dillard

Catherine Dixon

Gladys Douthit

Jennie Draughon

Kathryn Dale Duckworth

Elizabeth Edwards

Elsie Janice Edwards

Ernestine Everett

Ruth Falls

Mary Amanda Fleming

Dorothy A. Ford

Hazel Forrest

Helen Freeman

Margaret Fulcher

Margaret E. Garrington

Dorothy Gordon

Ora Hammond

Lucy G. Hardy

Thelma Hardy

Dorothy Harmon

Elizabeth Harris

Naomi Hedgepeth

Lucille Henderson

Alice E. Herring

Elizabeth Highsmith

Eloise Hill

Vera Hobbs

Virginia M. Hoffman

Ruth Hood

Beatrice Hooks

Leslie Hooper

Sybil Hooper

Doris Humphery

Margaret Humphrey

Mary Humphrey

Thelma Ireland

Mildred L. Jernigan

Antionette Jones

Louise Jones

Edith Kemp

Mary Lucy Kelly

Ella Johnson Kinlaw

Elsie Knight

Edith Krider

Laverna Langston

Hula B. Leach

Grace Lee

Ruby Lee

Mildred Manning

Ruby May

Margaret Mebane

Annie Laurie Melvin

Frances Mewborne

Mary Arma Monroe

Annie Lorene Jones

Elaine Rachel Morgan

Leona Morgan

Doris Morris

Dell Moye

Jessie Munn

Marnette Murray

Beatrice McCotte

Annie McIntyre

Helen McLauchlin

Renno McLawhorn

Lizzie Lee Nelms

Inez Oglesby

Nancy Orrell

Jennie N. Outlaw

Frances Overton

Thelma Parker

Pattie Mae Patterson

Alice Peacock






Junior Normal Class Roll

Hazel Byrd Pearce

Mildred Peele

Alice Leigh Pelliter

Marjorie Perkins

Vashti Perry

Mary Foy Peterson

Kittye S. Phillips

Joy Pickard

Marie Pinnell

Estelle Pitt

Sara Belle Pitt

Rebecca Pittman

Frances Pollock

Mildred Porter

Ruby Price

Edith Pulley

Margaret Regan

Mayde Reynolds

Mary Lena Rice

Nina Riddick

Kathleen Riddle

Margarette Holt Rogers

Mildred Rose

Bonnie Rushen

Margaret Russell

Margaret Smith

Mattie Ruth Smith

Mildred Smith

Pauline Smith

Mary Southerland

Mary Ross Squires

Ruby Stephens

Jane Stewart

Iris Stokes

Pat Stokes

Margaret Strickland

Grace Stringfield

Sarah Tankard

Helen Taylor

Lela Mae Taylor

Martha Teal

Elsie Tilghman

Helen Turnage

Flora Tyndall

Mable Tyndall

Lois Wadell

Ida Walker

Lois Walker

Mamie Watson

Melba Watson

Celia Weston

Agnes White

Virginia White

Ethel Whitehurst

Margaret Whitehurst

Clio Louise Whilfield

Estelle Williams

Lenora Winstead

Hilda Wise

Nellie Wise

Mavis Womack

Florence Woodard

Frances Woodbury






BOOK THREE

ORGANIZATIONS
















Student Government Association

OFFICERS

Millie Moore President

Mildred Ives Vice President

Margaret Mcrchison Secretary

Ruth Parker Treasurer

Evelyn Rogers Chairman of Campus Committee

Cullie Stafford President of Y. W. C. A.

Annie Clara Baker Senior Class Representative

Elizabeth Biddle Junior Class Representative

Hattie Lee Humphrey Sophomore Class Representative

Mildred Harrison Freshman Class Representative

Mary C. Morris Senior Normal Representative

Hula B. Leach Junior Normal Representative

Olive Parker House President, Cotten Hall

Ella Moore House President, Cotten Hall

Laura Eure House President, Cotten Hall

Lois Huffines House President, Fleming Hall

Virginia Woodbury House President, Fleming Hall

Evelyn Maynard ' House President, Jarvis Hall

Sally B. Pittman House President, Jarvis Hall

Nell Shaw House President, Wilson Hall

Edna MuCullen House President, Wilson Hall






Millie Moore

Battleboro, N. C.

President of Student Government Association






Mildred Ives

Margaret Murchison

Ruth Parker

Laura Eure

Ella Moore

Nell Shaw

Olive Parker

Lois Huffines

Edna McCullen

Salley Bradley Pittman






Evelyn Maynard

Virginia Woodbury

Hula B. Leach

Annie Clara Baker

Mary C. Morris

Elizabeth Biddle

Mildred Harrison

Evelyn Rogers

Hattie Lee Humphrey

Cullie Stafford






Cullie Stafford

Mooresville, N. C.

President of Young Women's Christian Association






Y. W. C. A. Cabinet

Ethel Parker Vice President

Frances Harvey Secretary

Vera Jennings Treasurer

Elizabeth Denny Teco Echo Reporter

Rachel McKey Store Keepers

Olive Gilbert Store Keeprs

Millie Moore Ex Officio

Marguerite Lane Religious Education

Julia Farrior IV odd Fellowship

Beatrice Stalls Morning Watch

Elizabeth Biddle Social

Mary Buford Best Social Service

Dorothy Sloan Music

Mary Underwood Publicity






STUDENT VOLUNTEER BAND

JUNIOR CABINET






GLEE CLUB

ORCHESTRA






Athletic Association

OFFICERS

Helen Williams President

Olive Gilbert Vice President

Iris Flythe Secretary

Bertha Walstox Business Manager

Mary Sue Laxgster Tecoan Representative

Grace Williford Teco Echo Representative






ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION






Helen Williams

Olive Gilbert

Iris Flythe

Bertha Walston

Mary S. Langston

Grace Williford

Hazel R. Turnage

ATHLETIC BOARD

Margaret Edwards

Lillian Selfz

Pauline Barber

Leloa Pleasant

Ruth Hollowell

Helen Williams

Bertha Walston

Annie Lee Bryant

Corva Herrington

Olive Gilbert

Margaret Carlton

WEARERS OF MONOGRAM and STAR






Junior Basketball Team

WINNERS

Forwards

Iris Flythe (Capt.)

Beth Cooper

Vivian Cooke

Guards

Mary Sue Langster

Bertha Walston

Vera Broughton

Mary Walker Brown

Junior Normal Team

Forwards

Florence Sinclair

Alice Herring

Annetta Jones

Maria Pannel

Guards

Louise Riley (Capt.)

Mae Herne

Grace Springfield






SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM

SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM

SENIOR NORMAL BASKETBALL TEAM






Annie Rosamond Horne - Mildred Dixon

College Cheer Leaders






MILDRED DIXON

MELBA WATSON

KATHERINE WEATHERS

KATHERINE JONES

MARY ROSS SQUIRES

IRMA DELL PHILLIPS

LOIS HUFFINE5

CHEER LEADERS






JOHNSTON COUNTY CLUB






THE TECO ECHO

Maggie McPherson Editor-in-Chief

Elizabeth Haywood Managing Editor

Carolyn Connor Associate Editor

Marguerite Lane Associate Editor

Estelle McClees Associate Editor

Elizabeth Thompson Associate Editor

Miss Mamie Jenkins Faculty Advisor






THE TECO ECHO

Roslyn Satterwhite Business manager

Myrtie Gray Hodges Advertising Manager

Sara Johnson Advertising Manager

Mary L. Pipkin Advertising Manager

Ethel Parker Advertising Manager

Grace Williford Circulation Manager

Anne Thompson Assitant Circulation manager

M.L. Wright Faculty Advisor






Lanier Society

OFFICERS

Tucker Lynch President

Katherine Weathers Vice President

Emily Lane Secretary

Emily Chambliss Treasurer






Lanier Society Song

Tune: "On the Mall"

Let us sing a song of praise to our Society,

Hail to thee, Sidney Lanier!

Loyal members ever proving your sobriety,

Though our fun to us will e'er be dear.

Then let us to our banner each a tribute pay -

Let us ever our motto uphold.

Always faithful, true, and loyal to thee, night and day

Hurrah for the Green and Gold!






Emerson Society

OFFICERS

Rachel McKey President

Katherine Johnson Vice President

Evelyn Rogers Secretary

Evelyn Maynard Treasurer






Emerson Society Song

Tune: "Clayton's Grand March"

Oh, Emerson Society,

Dear old White 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 know that they mean only you,

And all you hold so true.

So here we are the Emersons,

Boosting for our clan.

Oh, Emerson! Oh, Emerson!

For you we will always stand!






Poe Society

OFFICERS

Marjorie Flythe President

Sally Bradley Pittman Vice President

Lucille Noel Secretary

Nina Walston Treasurer






Poe Society Song

Oh, Edgar! Oh, Edgar Allan!

We are the Edgar Allan Poes.

We are the society,

Choice and picked variety.

Oh, Edgar! Oh, Edgar Allan!

We are the Edgar Allan Poes.

March on! - March on!

Beneath the red and white,

For we will conquer all our foes,

And we're sure to win in every fight.






Wrae Ward

Hertford, N. C.

Chief Marshal Lanier Society






LORINE PRICE

ANNIE R. HORNE

TUCKER LYNCH

NELL SHAW

OLIVE PARKER

LANIER SOCIETY MARSHALS






FRANCES SWINDELL

FRANCES HARVEY

MARJORIE GRIFFIN

LENA CHERRY ALLSBROOK

VIRGINIA WOODBURY

EMERSON SOCIETY MARSHALS






CATHERINE HOLLAND

HATTIE LEE HUMPHREY

MARGARET RANKIN

WILHELMINA LIVINGSTON

LAURA EURE

POE SOCIETY MARSHALS






Phi Sigma

OFFICERS

Marjorie Griffin President

Catherine Flaugher Vice President

Ruby Taylor Secretary






ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONAL COUNCIL






Mathematics Club

Roslyn Satterwhite President

Nelson Hunsucker Vice President

Jessie Glynn Cole Secretary-Treasurer






Delta Omicron Sigma

OFFICERS

Eula Bass President

Annie Dell Upchurch Vice President

Evelyn Rogers Secretary

Sara Johnson Treasurer

Miss Katherine Holtzclaw Advisers

Mrs. A. E. Bloxton Advisers






The Classical Club

Insignia: Caduceus of Hermes

Motto: Forsan et haec maminisse invabit

OFFICERS

Eloise Hyde President

Mary L. Taylor Vice President

Kemp House Secretary-Treasurer

MEMBERS

Dorothy Smith

Ruth Hollowell

Aleen Hunt

Louise Fowler

Sue Sewell

Nina Walston

Elizabeth Corswell

Edith Morton

Miss Ella Graves Thompson (Faculty Member)

Kemp House

Eloise Hyde

Mary L. Taylor

Rachel McKey






Inter-Society Committee

OFFICERS

Emily Lane, Lanier Society Chairman

Elizabeth Denny, Lanier Society Secretary

FACULTY MEMBERS

Miss Charlton Lanier Society

Dr. Slay Lanier Society

Mr. Picklesimer Emerson Society

Mr. Hollar Emerson Society

Mr. Flanagan Poe Society

Dr. Meadows Poe Society

STUDENT MEMBERS

Tucker Lynch Pres. Lanier Society

Emily Lane Lanier Society

Elizabeth Denny Lanier Society

Elizabeth Biddle Lanier Society

Rachel McKey Pres. Emerson Society

Virginia Woodbury Emerson Society

Mary L. Pipkin Emerson Society

Marjorie Flythe Pres. Poe Society

Laura Eure Poe Society

Dorothy Wilkins Poe Society






CO-ED CLUB

CO-ED BASKETBALL TEAM






POE CHEERIO CLUB

RAZZBERRIES






SCRIBBLERS' CLUB

OFFICERS

Bertha Walston President

Elizabeth Denny Vice President

Grace Williford Secretary-Treasurer

Miss Grigsy Adviser

MEMBERS

Helen Babcock

Mary E. Baker

Ellen Baker

Frances Benton

Stella Blevins

Carolyn Conner

Marilyn Culbreth

Elizabeth Denny

Willa Mitchell Dickey

Lois Grisby

Ora Hammond

Bessie Hancock

Elizabeth Heywood

Myrtie Gray Hodges

Sara Johnson

Marguerite Lane

Ruby May

Estelle McClees

Bertha McKinney

Rachel Monk

Clyde Morton

Ethel Parker

Mary G. Parker

Edna Peele

Mary Lynn Pipkin

Lucile Rose

Roslyn Satterwhite

Louise Sharpe

Louise Sitterson

Helen Taylor

Anne Thompson

Elizabeth Thompson

Eric Tucker

Margaret Walters

Bertha Walston

Nina Walston

Emma Lee Wilkerson

George Wilkerson

Ivey Wood






Science Club

OFFICERS

Henry Oglesby President

Iris Flythe Vice President

Zelle Foley Secretary

Lillian Brown Treasurer











BOOK FOUR

FEATURES











Though centuries have passed between the weavings, if you unravel the character-samplers of the old- fashioned miss and of the modern girl, you will find their threads the same:

The golden thread of beauty;

The silver thread of charm;

The blue thread of capability;

The green thread of talent;

The rose-colored thread of

popularity;

and The variegated thread that combines them all.






Ruth Hood - Beauty






Irma Dell Phillips - Charm






Edna Earle O'Neal - Talent






Mildred Ives - Capability






Cullie Stafford - Representative






Annie Rosamond Horne - Popularity






Zouline Darden - Beauty






Maxine Buchanan- Charm






Evelyn Maynard - Talent






Evelyn Wright - Capability






Margaret Murchison - Representative






Tucker Lynch - Popularity






The evening dresses pictured in the feature section were provided through the courtesy of The C. Heber Forbes Company. The staff and the student body wish to express their thanks for the interest and generosity shown by the management of Forbes, both at this time and on many other occasions.






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XX XX

Dr. Frank: Did you ever hear of Wilson?

Student: No.

Dr. Frank: Taft?

Student: No.

Dr. Frank: Cleveland?

Student: Is his last name Ohio?

Young America's aim is now - "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Snappiness."

A Matter of Method

Sympathetic Senior: I wouldn't cry like that.

Homesick Freshman: Cry as you please, this is my own way.

Co-eds strolling leisurely up hill say:

"Shucks, why hurry? Be late and give the girls a thrill with a grand stand entrance."

"The only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it." - Oscar Wilde.

Mamma: Susie, go and wash your face and neck.

Susie: Neck who, mother?

Bob : See that girl ? Her face is her fortune.

Bill: Yeah, and it runs into a nice figure.

"Der's jess two folks dat kin sleep sound. Dem wif a clear conscience an' de folks wif none at all."

"A Highbrow is one whose learning has outstripped his intelligence." - Vincent Massey

"O I'm seventeen when I'm sunny,

And I'm seventy when I'm sad;

So I'm forty when I'm sensible.

But I'm nothing when I'm mad." - Anon.

"How far have you studied, Johnny?" inquired the teacher.

"Just as far as the book is dirty.

Proud Papa: Don't you think it's about time the baby learned to say "papa"?

Mother: Oh, no I hadn't intended telling him who you are until he grows stronger.

Officer: Hey! where do you think you are going?

Driver: Be easy on me, officer. This is the first time I haven't had my wife along to tell me.

"I'm glad I'm not a snake."

"Why so?"

"When he has a stomach ache, how's he to know whether it's a stiff neck or a sore tail?"






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Vandyke Furniture Co.

"Happy Home Furniture Co."

Phone 542

Renfrew Pringtin Co.

Printers and Stationers

Evan Street Opposite Proctor Hotel

White's Dependable Merchandise

Greenville, N.C.

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Charle's Prices are Lower for Dependable Merchandise

WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE

CHARLES STORE COMPANY

"Reliable Goods at Low Prices"

406 Evans Street Greenville, N.C.

The Girl Grows Older--

Cutting teeth

Cutting Up

Cutting classes

And cutting switches

A man fell from a hotel roof,

And from each window bar

He shouted to his friends above

"I am all right so far."











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Showing at All Times the Latest Creations in

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Dry Goods, Notions

and Accessories

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WARNER'S FOUNDATION GARMENTS

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Our Slogan: "Quality Merchandise at Right Prices"

McKay, Washington Company

"The Ladies' Store"

FOLLOWING THE RULES OF SAFETY

This bank is strong today because for years we have followed the rules of safety.

We have never permitted ourselves to go anywhere near the danger line. In our loans and investments par- ticularly, we have exercised the most extreme care in order to protect our depositors.

Our reserves have been kept strong and we have main- tained a high ratio of ca:hable assets. We have devoted our resources generously to the support of local enter- prise and have put forth our best efforts for the benefit of home people. Because of our strong financial position we have been able to give proper support and encouragement to our depositors throughout the whole of a difficult period.

THE GREENVILLE BANKING and TRUST CO.

Depository for U.S. Postal Savings






Margaret: Don't the basketball players ever wash their suits?

Pete: Sure, what do vou think the scrub team is for?

Words foil me" said the girl as she flunked the test.

Miss Cassidy: What is a parasite. Miss Babcock?

Helen Babcock: It is something that you jump out of an aeroplane

She: Is there any art in kissing?

He: None excep,. "Art thou willing?"

"He who flunks and still is gay Will live to flunk another day."

Wire to Father: Where is the money I wrote for last week?

Answer: In my inside vest pocket.

A.: I want something to wear around the dormitory.

Salesgirl: How large is your dormitory?

Willie: Pa sent me for a piece of rope like this.

Hardware Dealer: How much does he want?

Willie: Just enough to reach from the goat to the fence.

Mathematics

A dusky son of Alabama was busily engaged in a bedbug hunt. When asked by a sergeant what he was doing, he replied.

"I'se hunting for dem 'rithmetic bugs."

"Why do you call them arithmetic bugs ?"

"Cause dey adds to ma misery, dey subtracts from my pleasure, dy divides ma attention and dey multiplies like hell."

Dumbness of the Present Generation

A superintendent once went to a country school to inspect the progress that had been made. In a casual manner he remarked to the teacher that the children of the present generation were dumb compared to those when he was growing up. The teacher failed to grasp his meaning.

To make his point more clear he called on a little boy to give a number. The kid hollered out "67" and the superintendent wrote "70" on the board. He then called on a second boy. This time the number was "92" and "29" was written on the board. Still there was no comment. While further attempting to explain his point, the superintendent spied a freckle-face, red-headed, fidgety little boy. The boy was Tim O'Brien, who talked on the end of his tongue. In an abrupt manner the superintendent said, "Well, Tim, son, you give me a number." The reply came, "Theventv-theven. vou darn fool, thee if vou can thurn that around."

She : Why are you always behind in your studies ?

Co-ed: Because if I were not behind, I could not pursue them.

Sign seen over country store: "Chinaware, Hardware, and Underware."

Marriage is a tragedy in one act. Many scenes follow.






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BUILDERS OF DREAMS

VISIONS created by the imagination precede the achievement of any really great accomplishment. The ability to weave the threads of imagination into the finished fabric is equally important.

It has been the privilege of the EDWARDS and BROUGHTON COMPANY to interpret the ideas of the Staff and create in material form their vision.

From the art work and engravings to the finished book, this volume is the result of organized cooperation with the Staff.

Such able cooperation is one of the "visions" which precede the building of a successful business, and is part of the working policy of the EDWARDS and BROUGHTON COMPANY.

To those Staffs desiring complete cooperation form art work and engravins to the finished book, we offer unexcelled serviec. Complete service means undivided responsibility as to the result--one organization to correspond and talk with--one trained director to merge the many ingredients into the finished product.

You, too, may be proud of your annual

Correspondence is Invited

EDWARDS AND BROUGHTON COMPANY

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA





















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