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The Tecoan 1935

Date: 1935 | Identifier: 50-01-1935
1935 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 1935






EAST CAROLINA

GREENVILLE






TEACHER'S COLLEGE

NORTH CAROLINA






Digitized by the Internet Archive

in 2010 with funding from

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

http://www.archive.org/details/tecoan1935east











COPYRIGHT 1935

KATHKYN HINES Editor

MARY GORHAM Business Manager






The

TECOAN

1935

The annual publication

of

EAST CAROLINA

TEACHERS COLLEGE

Greenville, North Carolina






DEDICATION

This book is affectionately dedicated to the memory of Dr. Robert Herring Wright, the first, and, for twenty-five years, the only President of East Carolina Teachers College. He loved little children; he had faith in youth; he gave freely of his rich store of wisdom to college students; he inspired teachers to do their best work; he was an outstanding leader in the field of education in our country; he was a friend to man. North Carolina is richer and better, both intellectually and spiritually, because of the long years of unselfish labor which he so willingly gave in her service.











FOREWORD

Art motifs for yearbooks have been developed with the main objective being to add beauty and color to the books.

The 1935 Teeoan achieves this, we think, and in addition a far more important purpose.

To record much of the beauty of our own campus and college buildings that we may take them with us, our several ways, is an accomplishment that we hope will be appreciated by every student.






CONTENTS

BOOK I THE COLLEGE

BOOK II CLASSES

BOOK III ORGANIZATIONS

BOOK IV FEATURES






IN MEMORIAM

MARY RABB, 1912-1934 Marion, N. C.

HENRY L. RIVERS, JR., 1914-1934 Greenville, N. C.

DREWRY SETTLE, 1914-1934 Greenville, N. C.

VALERIE CONNOR SIMMON'S, 1915-1934 Belhaven, N. C.

FRANK SPAIN, 1917-1935 Grimesland, N. C.

CHARLOTTE STARKEY, 1908-1935 Greenville, N. C.

ALMA WORTHINGTON, 1901-1934 Winterville, N. C.






BOOK I

THE COLLEGE





































































































OFFICERS AND ADMINISTRATION

Leon R. Meadows President

J. B. SPILMAN Treasurer

Mrs. J. B. Spilman Assistant Treasurer

B. W. Ginn Bookkeeper

Hazel Willis Bookkeeper

Howard J. McGinnis Registrar

Ola S. Ross Assistant Registrar

Mattie Scoville Secretary

Agnes Wadlington Secretary

Ellen B. Bowen Secretary

Mrs. Nannie F. Jeter Dietitian

Annie L. Morton Dean of Women

Elizabeth Smith Assistant Dean of Women

Arley V. Moore Dormitory Matron

Mrs. W. G. McKean Dormitory Matron

Mrs. Mamie G. Bradsher Dormitory Matron

Mrs. W. A. Sugg Secretary of Training School

Dr. J. E. Nobles Physician

Miss Dickerson Superintendent of Infirmary

Mary Lea Smith Assistant Superintendent of Infirmary

A. A. Henderson Steward

H. I. West Engineer

J. C. Cockrell Electrician

A. C. Fornes Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds

W. L. Baldree College Carpenter

J. L. Williams Campus Policeman

W. E. Boswell Superintendent of Laundry

TRUSTEES

Clyde Erwin, Chairman, ex officio Raleigh

Term Expires 1939

Mrs. John G. Dawson Kinston

W. J. Boyd Ayden

Mrs. Charles S. Forbes Greenville

Mrs. W. B. Murphy Snow Hill

Term Expires 1937

O. P. Makepeace Sanford

Alexander B. Andrews Raleigh

W. S. Moye Raleigh

Robert R. Taylor Greenville

J. K. Warren Trenton

Term Expires 1935

F. C. Harding Greenville

E. G. Flanagan Greenville

Henry Clark Bridgers Tarboro






Dr. Leon R. Meadows

President






Miss Annie L. Morton

Dean of Women






FACULTY

Hubert C. Haynes Education

Marion K. Fort Director Training School

Lucille Charlton Education

Annie C. Newell Education

Dora E. Coates Education

Louise Williams Mathematics

Alice Lucille Turner English

Lois Grigsby English

Emma Hooper English

R.C. Deal Director of Instruction in Foreign Language

E.C. Hollar History






FACULTY AND ADMIMISTRATION

Mary Dirnberger Instructor of Drama

Anne Redwine Critic Teacher

Louise Galphin Critic Teacher

Frances Wahl Critic Teacher

Alma Browning Critic Teacher

Ruth Faison Critic Teacher

Christine Johnson Critic Teacher

Elizabeth Hyman Critic Teacher

Mrs. J.B. Spilman Assistant Treasurer

Agnes Washington Secretary

Elizabeth Smith Assistant Dean of Women

Mrs. W.G. McKean Dormitory Matron






FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION

M. L. Wright Director of Instruction in Sociology

J. B. Flanagan Economics

Eugenia Thomas Public School Music

R. J. Slay Director of Instruction in Science

Loraine Hunter Science

Jessie Mack Science

Kate Kewis Director of Instruction, Public School Art

Margaret Sammon Assistant Librarian

Gladys Hughes Critic Teacher

Eunice McGee Critic Teacher

Mrs. Lindsey Savage Critic Teacher






FACULTY AMD ADMINISTRATION

Not Photographed

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

Mamie Jenkins English

A.D. Frank Director of Instruction in History

Laura Rose History

Dora Meade Piano

Lois V. Gorrell Piano

Gussie Kuykendall Director of Instruction in Public School Music

P.W. Picklesimer Director of Instruction in Geography

J.B. Cummings Geography

Sara G. Sommerville Physical Education

Katherine Holtzcla Director of Instruction, Home Economics, and Textiles

Ruth Bonnewitz Art

Helen G. Gray Librarian

Hazel Willis Secretary

Mrs. Maime Bradsher Dormitory Matron

E.L. Henderson Administration and Supervision

Howard G. McGinnis Psychology

Herbert ReBarker Director of Instruction in Mathematics

Mary Green English

Mrs. A.E. Bloxton Director of Instruction, Home Economics, and Foods

Lucy Nulton Critic Teacher

Alice V. Wilson Science

J.H. Rose City Superintendent

Vester Hulholland Critic Teacher

Mary York Critic Teacher

Mrs. C.A. Bowen Critic Teacher

Mrs. Herbert Utley Critic Teacher

Mrs. Ficklin Arthur Critic Teacher

Ellen V. Bowen Secretary Placement Bureau

Arlie V. Moore Dormitory Matron

Mary Lea Smith Superintendent of Infirmary

Mrs. Nannie Jeter Dietitian

A.A. Henderson Steward






Tecoan Sponsors

Mrs. G.A. Hines

Mrs. Q.W. Gorham






Kathryn Hines Editor

Mary Gorham Business manager






Editorial Staff

Ruth Cagle

Margaret Norman

Virginia Davis

Business Staff

Rachel Stone

Beatrice Hammond

Lola Holt

Faculty Advisors

M.K. Fort

M.L. Wright

Miss Loraine Hunter






BOOK II

CLASSES





















SENIORS






Eloise Camp

Ahoskie, N. C.

President of Senior Class






SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

Frances Watson, Vice-President

Frances Bowen, Secretary

Kathryn Crowe, Treasurer

Colors: Gold and White

Flower: Daisy

Motto: "Not to the top but climbing"

SENIOR CLASS POEM

I think that there was n'er alive,

A class as good as '35

A class whose aims and ideals high,

Meant "do your very best or die."

A class, who in a losing game,

Could boast the winning class to fame.

Our class is made of fools like me,

But its fame shall live eternally.

(With apologies to Joyce Kilmer.)

Helen Boomer, Class Poet.

Joan Bloom Senior Class Mascot






Cleaton O. Armstrong

Ayden, N.C.

English and History

Lanier Society; Class Treasurer '31; Athletic Assocation; Footbal '31, '32; Basketball '32; Baseball '31, '32; Science Club '32.

Bettie Ruth Autry

Salemburg, N.C.

English and History

W.C.T.C. '32, '33, '34

Helen Babcock

Tarboro, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Secretary Junior Class '34; Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.

Phoebe Alberta Barnes

Cash Corner, N.C.

English and French

Poe Society '31, '33, '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '31, '33; PHi Sigma '34, '35; English Club '34.






Kathry Barnette

Huntersville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lucy Barrow

Farmville, N.C.

Primary Education

N.C.C.W. '32; Emerson Society; Marshal '34; Superlative '34; Primary Club '35; Superlative '35

Prudence Bazemore

Windsor, N.C.

English and French

Louisburg College '32, '33; Phi Sigma; Emerson Society; English Club.

Grace E. Blackman

Poquoson, Virginia

Grammar Grade

Campbell College '32, '33; Y.W.C.A. '35






Helen Boomer

Swan Quarter. N. C.

English and History

Class Poet '32, '33, '34; Vice President English Club '34, '35; Lanier Society; Business Staff Teco Echo '34; Editorial Staff Techo Echo '35

Laura Bordeaux

Wilmington, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Frances Bowen

Williamston, N. C.

Elementary Education

Emerson Society; Marshal '34; Class Secretary '35; Athletic Association '32, '33; Proctor '33; House President '35; Y. W. C. A.

Edith Bowman

Wadesboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade






Louise Briley

Greenville, N.C.

Primary Education

Athletic Assocation; Class Basketball Team '33; Varsity Basketball Team '34, '35; Poe Society

Mary Alice Brown

Garner, N.C.

English and French

Duke University '32; Wake Forest Summer School '33; Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A. '33; Phi Sigma

Mary Ella Bunn

Rocky Mount, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Athletic Assocation. President '35; Class Vice President '35; Y.W.C.A.; Freshman Basketball Captain '32; Varsity Basketball '34, '35

Eloise Burch

Walstonburg, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Emerson Society, Treasurer '34; Y.W.C.A.; Science Club; Delta Omicron Sigma; Marshal '34, '35






Katherine Burgess

Roseboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Winthrop College; Poe Society '35.

Ethel Louise Callis

Colerain, N. C.

Grammar Grade

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

Eloise Camp

Ahoskie, N. C.

English and History

Chairman Religious Educational Committee Y. W. C. A. '34; Poe Society '32, '33, '34, '35; Y. W. C. A. '33, '34, '35; President Senior Class' 35; Delegate, Y. W. C. A. Conference, Duke University '33.

Julia Elizabeth Carswell

Thomasville, Georgia

English and Mathematics

Poe Society, Debater '33, Vice President '33; Marshal '34, Secretary '35; Classical Club '32, '33,' Secretary-Treasurer; Teco Echo Reporter 33; Y. W. C. A. '33; Choir '33; Cheerio Club '33, '34; Class Teco Echo Reporter '35; Math Club, Teco Echo Reporter '34, '35; English Club; Student Volunteer, Glee Club '35.






Constance Cheaves

Louisburg, N.C.

English and History

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.

Elizabeth Clark

Jackson Springs, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Helen Clark

Grifton, N.C.

English and French

Poe Society; Phi Sigma

Mary Elizabeth Crawford

Kinston, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.; Class Treasurer '32; Delta Omicron Sigma; Proctor '31, '32, '34; TECOAN Reporter for Delta Omicron Sigma '34; Secretary Student Government Assocation, Summer '34; Glee Club '34






Henrietta Crow

Faison, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Marshal '34; Y. W. C. A. '32; Superlative '35

Kathryn Crowe

Goldsboro, N. C.

English and History

Y.W.C.A. '32; Junior Y.W.C.A Cabinet '32; Lanier Society; Class Cheer Leader '34, '35; Society Cheer Leader '34, '35; Class Treasurer '35.

Margaret Davenport

Mackeys, N. C.

History and French

Poe Society; Phi Sigma '33, '35; Proctor '34.

Leila Elizabeth Davis

Wilmington, N. C.

History, French, Mathematics

Math Club '32; Class Secretary '33: Emerson Society; Emerson Society Treasurer '33; Emerson Society Vice President '34; Emerson Society President '35; Phi Sigma.






Virginia Thomson Davis

Clinton, N.C.

English and French

Meredith College '32; Y. W. C. A. Choir '33, '34; Glee Club '33; Phi Sigma '34, '35, Vice President '34, President '35; Editorial Staff Tecoan '35; Emerson Society

Robert K. Dowd

Mount Vernon Springs, N. C.

English and History

Campbell College '32, '33; Guilford College '34; Football '35; Men's Student Government Association '35.

Nellie Dunn

Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Primary Club.

Josephine Essey

Windsor, N. C.

English and French

Phi Sigma '31, '33, '34, '35; Emerson Society '31, '33, '34, '35; English Club '31.






Theo Easom, Jr.

Spring Hope, N. C.

History and Science

Campbell College '32, '33 Co-ed Editor Teco Echo '34 Football '34, '35; Baseball '34; Senior Class Play '34; Poe Society Play '34; Men's Athletic Assoeiation '34; President Varsity Club '35.

Robert Sugg Fleming

Greenville, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Lucile Allene Gammon

Whitakers, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Poe Society '34, '35; Y. W. C. A. Choir '34; Science Club '34, '35; Mathematics Club '34, '35; Proctor '35.

Wilmington, N. C.

History, Math and Science

Emerson Society; Class Representative Tecoan '32; Circulation Manager Teco Echo; Marshal '33; Math Club Secretary-Treasurer '33, Vice President '34; Scribbler's Club Treasurer '34; Science Club.






Minnie Margaret Gorham

Rocky Mount, N. C.

English and History

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; Women's Athletic Association '32; Treasurer Sophomore Class '33; Secretary Student Chapel Committee '35; House President, S.G.A. '35

Isa Costen Grant

New Bern, N. C.

English and Science

Class Treasurer '33; Junior "Y" Cabinet '33; Y. W. C. A.; Lanier Society; Science Club '34, '35; Scribblers' Club '33; Teco Echo Circulation Manager '34; Proctor '34

Malene Grant

New Bern, N. C.

English and Science

Class Secretary '33; Junior "Y" Cabinet '33; Y. W. C. A.; Lanier Society; Science Club '34, '35, Secretary '35; Scrib- blers' Club '33; Teco Echo Cir- culation Manager '31; Proctor '34.

Selma Mae Gurganus

Robersonville, N. C.

English and French

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; English Club; French Club; Class Teco Echo Reporter '33, '34; Staff, Associate Editor '35; Scribblers' Club; Y. W. C. A. Choir '34.






Helen Marjorie Harkey

Sanford, N. C.

English and History

Poe Society, Treasurer '32, '33, '34; Cheerio Club; Tecoan Representative '35.

Mildred Harrison

Wilson, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Y.W.C.A.; Junior "Y" Cabinet '32; Delta Omicron Sigma '33, '34, '35, President '34; Athletic Assocation '32, '33, '34; Class Basketball Team '32, '33; Science Club '33; Lanier Society; Student Volunteer '33, '34, Vice-President '34; Representative to B.S.U. '32, of Student Government Assocation '32; House President '34; Editor-in-Chief of Handbook '35

Margaret B. Hassell

Greenville. N. C.

Primary Education

Martha Washington '31' Duke University '32, '33

Zoa Fannie Hart

Angier, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Campbell College '33; Poe Society; Math Club; Science Club; Proctor '34.






May Hearne

Greenville, N. C.

English and Science

Athletic Association; Class Basketball Team '32, '33; Varsity Team '34; Poe Society; Society Cheer Leader; College Cheer Leader; Science Club; Tennis Champion '32, '34.

Ada Clay Hedgepeth

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Ruth Henderson

Graham, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lucille Henderson

Mooresville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Junior "Y" Cabinet '32.






Kathryn Hines

Rutherfordton, N. C.

English and History

Junior "Y" Cabinet '32; Y. W. C. A.; English Club; Emerson Society Secretary; Budget Committee '33; Assistant Business Manager Tecoan '33; Delegate N. C. C. P. A. .33, '31, '35, Secretary '35, Business Manager Tecoan '34, Editor '35

Bess Hinson

Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Class Treasurer '33, '34; Y. W. C. A.; Choir; Athletic Association '31, '32; Primary Club; Teco Echo Reporter Primary Club; Cheerio Club; Tecoan Reporter Cheerio Club; Student Volunteer '35.

Katharine W. Hinson

Kinston, N. C.

English and History

Junior "Y" Cabinet; Secretary Y. W. C. A. '33; Class President '33; House President '34; Class Tecoan Representative '34; Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; Chief Marshal '35; English Club.

Mary Frances Holland

Salemburg, N. C.

English and French

Pineland College '32, '33; Y. W. C. A., Cabinet Member '35; Phi Sigma; Proctor '34






Moena Horton

Gastonia, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Emerson Society; Debater '33; Student Goverment Assocation '34; Junior "Y" Cabinet '33; Science Club '34, '35; Delta Omicron '35.

Annie Rosamond Horne

Greenville, N.C.

English and History

Lanier Society; Class Cheer Leader '31, '32; College Cheer Leader '31, '32; Society Cheer Leader '31, '32; Student Government Association '31; Marshal '32; Y. W. C. A. '31, '32; Superlative '32; Inter-Society Debater '31.

Rachel Hurst

Hubert, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Emerson Society; Delta Omicron Sigma; Y. W. C. A.; Cabinet '34; House President '35; Proctor '34

Geneva Hyatt

Hayesville, N. C.

Primary Education

Asheville Teacher's College '32, '33; W. C. T. C. '34.






Janice Jenkins

Conway, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Chowan College '32; Campus Committee '34; Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.; Phi Sigma '34, '35; Marshal '35; Northampton County Club '34, '35; Lanier Society President '35

Mary Jenkins

Shelby, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Hattie Mae Johnson

Benson, N.C.

Primary Education

Greensboro College '31; Poe Society, Marshal '34; Johnston County Club '33, '34, '35; Vice President '34; Primary Club '35; Y.W.C.A. '35

Katie Lee Johnson

Fuquay Springs, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Proctor '33; Associate Editor Teco Echo '34; Emerson Society '31, '35; Student Government Association, House President '35; Teco Echo Reporter Music Department '33; Superlative '35.






Daniel Jordan

Greenville, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Lanier Society; Science Club '33, '34, '35; Teco Echo Reporter Science Club '35; Co-ed Treasurer Science Club '34

Verona Lee Joyner

Farmville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Emerson Society; Delta Ormicron Sigma; Y. W. C. A.; Proctor '32, '34.

Pennie Keel Lang

Farmville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society; Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.

Margaret Lee

Greenville, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Emerson Society ; Science Club, Vice President '34






Lucy LeRoy

Goldsboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Vice President Class '32; Secretary Chapel Committee '33, '34; Business Manager Teco Echo '33, Editor '34; Representative Student Council; Vice President S.G.A. '35; Poe Society, Marshal '33; Associate Editor Handbook '35; Associate Editor Teco Echo '32; Poe Debater '32, '33; Athletic Assocation; Y.W.C.A.; Inter-Society Committee '34; Delegate to N.C.C.P.A. '33, '34

Grace Elizabeth Lewis

Fountain, N.C.

Primary Education

W.C.U.N.C. '32, '33; Primary Club '35

Frances Maness

Spray, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Averett College '30, '31, '32; Emerson Society; Delta Omicron Sigma; House President '34

Ruth Lyon Mangum

Creedmore, N.C.

Primary Education






Edith Smith Marslender

Falkland, N. C.

English and French

Council Representative '33; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '34, '35; State Y. M. C. A.; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '34; Glee Club '32, '33, '34; Phi Sigma '31, '35; Math Club '32.

Aubrey Annette McLean

Dillon, S. C.

English and Science

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.; Math Club; Science Club, Secretary '34; Proctor.

Norma Melvin

White Oak, N. C.

Mathematics and English

Emerson Society '31, '32, '33, '34, '35; Y. W. C. A.; Treasurer Emerson Society '35; President Math Club '35.

Marslender Melvin

McLean Mew born

Mina Lee Mewborn

Snow Hill, N. C.

Grammar Grade






Ruth Moore

Battleboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade

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

Clyde Morton

Hubert, N. C.

History and Science

Inter-Society Committee '33; Lanier Society '32, '33, '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '32, '33; English Club '33; Athletic Assocation '32, '33; Scribbler's Club '32, '33, '34; President '34; Science Club '33, '34, '35 Teco Echo Reporter '32; Associate Editor '33, Managing Editor '34, Editor '35; Delegate N.C.C.P.A. '34, '35; Student Self Government Association '35

Ida Mae Nance

Bonlee, N. C.

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A. '32; Science Club Treasurer '33; Mathematics Club '33, '34.

Frances Pullman Newsom

Littleton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society; Athletic Association; Class President '32, Basketball Team '32, '33; Home Economics Club; Science Club '33, '34, '35; Student Yolunteer '33; Lanier Society Treasurer '33; Student Government Association Secretary '34; Inter-Society Committee '34; Tecoan Staff '34; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '35; Delegate to Southern Intercollegiate Association Student Government '34; Student Government President '35; Delegate to National Student Federation of America '35.






John Everett Nobles, Jr.

Greenville, N.C.

Social Science

The Citadel '32, '33; Lanier Society; Football '33, '34; Basketball '35; Men's Athletic Assocation; Co-ed Club; C.D. Play.

Adelia M. Norris

Beaufort, N.C.

English and History

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

Melba O'Brien

Leaksville, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; English Club; Teco Echo Reporter; Class Cheer Leader '32, '33; College Cheer Leader '34; Junior Y.W.C.A. Cabinet '32; Senior Y.W.C.A. '33, '34, '35; Marshal '33; President Poe Society '34; Inter-Society Committee '34; Chapel Program Committee '34; Treasurer Y.W.C.A. '33, '34, President '35; Representative on Student Council '35; Cheerio Club '33, '34; Y.W.C.A. Choir '32, '33; Delegate to Blue Ridge Conference '32, '33; Primary Club '35.

Elizabeth S. Overton

Greenville, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; College Basketball Team '34, '35; Emerson Cheer Leader '33; Women's Athletic Assocation; Primary Club '35; Budget Committee '34, '35; Glee Club '34; Class Basketball Team '32, '33






Flora Lee Pate

Pollocksville, N. C.

Primary Education

Campbell College '33; Emerson Society; Primary Club; Y.W.C.A.

Mildred Pearson

Clinton, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; Geography Club '32; Sampson County Club '32; English Club

Martha Hart Peel

Wilson, N. C.

French and History

Thelma Peel

Everetts, N. C.

English and History

Emerson Society; Class President '34; Marshal '35; Class Council Representative '35; English Club; Proctor.






Kittye Snow Phillips

Pinetops, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Primary Club.

Lou Lavonia Pitts

Creedmoor, N. C.

French and Mathematics

Y. W. C. A. '32, '35; Math Club '33, 34, '35; Phi Sigma '33, '34, '35; Student Council '35; Student Treasurer '35.

Louise Powell

Emporia, Va.

English ami History

Fredericksburg State Teacher's College '33; Lanier Society.

Baxter Ridenhour

Cooleemee, N. C.

Social Science

Rutherford College '33 ; Football '34; Basketball '34, '35; Baseball '34, '35, Captain '34; Varsity Club '34, '35; Athletic Association '34; Lanier Society '34, '35; President Men's Student Government Association '35.






Mary Shaw Robeson

Greenville, N. C.

English, History and Math

Emerson Society, Orchestra '32; School Orchestra 32, 35; College Ensemble; Student Council '34; Chapel Program Committee '32, '34, Chairman '35; Basketball '32, '35; Captain Sophomore Basketball Team '33.

Mayhew Sawyer

Greenville, N. C.

History and Social Science

Sue Sewell

Windsor, N. C.

English and Mathematics

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; English Club; Math Club; Classical Club; Treasurer Budget Committee '34; Class Cheer Leader '34; Advertising Manager Teco Echo '34.

Lucy Lattie Shearin

Roanoke Rapids, N. C.

Grammar Grade

English Club '31, '32, '33; Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A. '31, '32, '33.






Florence Allen Sinclair

Wilson, N.C.

Mathematics and Science

Athletic Assocation, Vice President '34; Junior "Y" Cabinet; Science Club; Math Club; Poe Society; Class Basketball Team '31, '33; Varsity Basketball Team '34'35, Captain '35; College Cheer Leader; Tennis Champion '31, '34

Mary E. Singletary

Clarkton, N.C.

Primary Education

Peace College '31, '32; Y.W.C.A.; Lanier Society

Sue Elizabeth Smith

Fountain, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Athletic Assocation '32, '33; Class Basketball Team '32; Y.W.C.A. Choir; Proctor '33; Class Student Council Representative '33; Science Club; Cheerio Club; student volunteer; Secretary-Treasurer, Teco Echo Reporter '34; Violin Ensemble, Accompanist '34, '35; Student Volunteer, President '35; Primary Club '35, Vice President '35; Delegate to N.C. "Y" Officer's Training Conference '34

Lela Mae Taylor

Snow Hill, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Glee Club '32, '33; Y. W. C. A. Choir; Delegate B. S. U. Conference '33; Cheerio Club '33.






Martha Teal

Wadesboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Two Year Normal Class '33; Glee Club "33, '35; Y. W. C. A. '32, '33, '35; Y. W. C. A. Choir '33; Emerson Society; Student Council Summer School '34; Primary Club '34, '35.

Evelyn TYrnage

Farmville, N. C.

English and History

Alma Doris Tyndall

Trenton, N. C.

Home Economics and Scienct

Emerson Society; Y. W. C. A.

Stelma VanHorne

Columbia, N. C.

English and History

Y. W. C. A.; Lanier Society






Ruby Clara Wall

Elams, N.C.

English and History

Poe Society; Teco Echo Staff '33, '34; Science Club.

Ruby Frances Watson

Wilson, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Society TECOAN Representative '33; Athletic Association '32, '33; Cheerio Club '33, '34; Y.W.C.A. Choir '33, '34; "Y" Junior Cabinet '32; Senior Cabinet '34, '35; Vice President Y.W.C.A. '35; Delegate N.C. "Y" Officer's Training Conference '34, '35; Secretary N.C. State Y.M.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet '35; Student Volunteer; Class Secretary '32, President '33; Representative to Studnet Government Association '34, Vice President '35; Primary Club '35, President '35.

Melvin Willard

Greenville, N.C.

Special

Verda Wilson

Greenville, N.C.

English and History






Dan Wright

Greenville, N. C.

Science and Social Science

Science Club; Lanier Society; Teco Echo Staff '34; Football '33; Publicity Manager of Athletics '35; Co-ed Representative S. G. A. '34; College Orchestra '34.; Co-ed Club; Men's Athletic Association '33, '34; Vice President Men's Student Government Association '35.

William A. Wright

Greenville, N. C.

History ami Social Science

The Citadel '30, University of North Carolina '32, '33

Alice Yancey

Oxford, N. C.

English, History and Science






THE CLASS OF '35

IT was cm September 29, that memorable Tuesday in 1931, that a few more than a hundred girls gathered from the swamps and forests of North Carolina and two or three of her sister states to hoard the Easl Carolina Teachers College bus for a four year trip through the Land of Knowledge. In this year of Roosevelt prosperity when one glances at our sophisticated seniors, one can scarcely realize that it is the same group of frightened Raggedy Anns who in the second ami worst Near of the depression dressed in the proverbial sock cloth, hand-me-down hats, and half-soled shoes, walked timidly into the door of the bus station. We- yes, I was in the group tearful little girls with our flat pocket hooks had little more than our share of ambition to begin such a hazardous adventure in those distressing circumstances.

For two days after our arrival we wandered about, but our wanderings guided by a few upperclassmen proved to be quite profitable. We learned who Miss Morton and President Wright were, we found out the new meaning of the word co-ed, we forgot a little about home, Mama, and Johnnie. Soon the old girls were coming in, our guides seated us in the back of the bus, and a group of merry people we soon learned to respect as upperclassmen filed ahead of us. The seniors, occupying the place of honor, sat next to President Wright, our driver. Miss Morton, Millie Moore, and their helpers patrolled the aisles to see that all was in order and that no cigarette butts were around.

September 31, 1931 we were off! Those first few days were a little heart breaking, but soon we adjusted ourselves and became more or less independent. Frances Newsome was chosen as our leader, and she, working with the class, managed to keep us more or less en- tertained in those "off moments" when we weren't gazing out of the windows at the Land of Knowledge as we went flying through it. Early in the trip we had a delightful surprise: at one of the stops near Singville the Don Cassack Russian chorus entertained us. Just beyond the city none other than the prima donna, Amelita Galli-Curci herself hopped the bus and honored us with an evening's concert.

Since we kept no diary there's little else we remember about the first lap of the journey except that the world was turned upside down and that we were unhappy. Then, before we realized it we found ourselves one step nearer the driver's seat, and we were sophomores. Frances Watson succeeded Frances Newsome as our leader, but due to an accident it was necessary for her to leave. Katherinc Hinson moved into that place of honor and guided us the rest of that year. The performance of Doris Kenyon, one of those Hollywood blondes, pleased us very much. Time was passing quickly, but one more moment was to come to us that year. Harold Kroutzberg came with his group and gave us a series of dances. Much to the disappointment of many he failed to include the Saint Vidas and the Carioca.

Then, to our Junior year - by this time we thought all the bumps, broken-in bridges, marshy swamps, or anything that might make our journey unpleasant had been passed. We were real upperclassmen now. Besides we had a lot of new travelers. The depression was still raging; therefore, many of our Meredith, Salem, and Duke friends joined us, and to the delight of some the number of "co-eds" increased. But in spite of that, this was to be our unhappiest year. When Ellen Baker, our new president, spied some thirty or more lonely children wandering about a school yard without a teacher, she yelled to President Wright to stop the bus, and allow her to remain with them. Her place was taken by Thelma Peel, who with Dr. Rebarker and Miss Williams, our class advisers, soon began to plan the Junior-Senior banquet, the Junior's formal farewell to their fellow travelers. Then a great tragedy happened. President Wright was stricken and in a short time died. No one in the great excursion bus wanted to go on. All banquet plans were dropped; our guides, the teachers who had been pointing out to us the places of interest, seemed to lose all enthusiasm; it seemed we were stuck in the mud ankledeep. Then, Dr. Meadows, who had held the road map for President Wright and aided him around every curb and across every crossroad, took the wheel in his hands, pulled the bus out of the mire, and successfully completed that lap of journey.

Now, we're at the front of the bus at the right of Dr. Meadows who has officially taken President Wright's place. Eloise Camp, the Ahoskie red head, is holding the band together. So far it's been a busy year: practice teaching, the Carolina Play-Makers, Football, Basketball, Senior Play, Carolina Glee Club (with all the boys to entertain et cetera). The end of the journey is now in sight. Now that we look back it seems a short time since September 29, 1931. We've traveled fast and have caught only a glimpse of the beauty in Land of Knowledge. There are yet fields untrodden, depths unfathomed, and heights unsealed. But the little that we have seen has changed us, and you'll hardly recognize us when we step off the bus at commencement town on June third and receive our tickets of dismissals - our diplomas.

Thelma Peel, Historian.






LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

WE, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and thirty-five on the even of graudation, do hereby make this our last will and testament.

To you, the incoming freshman class, we leave all our optimism and self-assurance and the patience to do your work through the four years of college life. We alsoleave your HOnor--it is one of the fundamental principles of life.

To your Sophomore, our sister class, we bequeath our studious qualities and our Courage--mental and moral courage as well as physical.

Junior, we leave you all our privileges, our intellectual attainments, and the happiness and hopes of a Senior. We also leave you ambition to live a life of worhty purpose and accomplishments.

To you, the faculty and officers of administration, we bequeath our gratutude for the memories we have of our years at college and for the efforts you have made to help us, both as a class and as individuals. To you also we leave our patience, to be used on the incoming Senior classes.

And to you, Alma Mater, goes our loyalty and the gratitude for our training from the carefree thoughtlessness of our freshman year to the more appreciative attitude of today.

Signed on this foruth day of June, one thousand nine hundred thirty-five, A.D., at East Carolina Teachers College, Greenville, North Carolina.

PRUDENCE BAZEMORE, Testatrix.

Witness:

PHOEBE BARNES

EDITH MARSLENDER






CLASS PROPHECY

Tarry Town, N. Y. October 5, 1950.

Dear Phoebe:

Now that I am settled after mynever-to-be-forgetten trip abroad, I want to tel lyou as much about it as I can.

As you know already, I have been saving money for this trip since my first year of teaching. It is needless to say that I think being an old maid school teacher is a lot of fun. It makes one feel so independent!.

But I must go on. Just before leaving, I went by the Postoffice for my mail. I had a copy of the Sampson Independent! And Virginia Davis is assiociate editor. Glancing through it I saw that Norma Melvin had taken the telegraph agency at White Lake, and that Elizabeth Oveton was the new athletic coach at Clinton.

On the train going down to New York I bought a New York Times. Something made me turn to the society section first and there in bold letters was the name of Clyde Morton, Society Editor. Looking further down, I saw a picture which looked familiar and sure enough tiwas Margaret Staton, fashionable wife of the railroad magnet, Murray Hodges. On the next page, was a picture of S. Elizabeth Smith, famous broadway actress. I could hardly believe my eyes. I then turned back to the news section. In bold healdines were these words: "Murder Mystery Solved by Woman Psychiatrist: Elizabeth Carswell, New in Field of Crimnology, Has Made a Name for Herself." I was too astonished to go any further.

When I got in New York I went straight to the Waldorf Astoria, as I had planned to stay in the city for a few days before sailing. When I went into dinner, I had scarcely seated myself before Ruby wall came to take my order. But I was not to be alone for long. I looked up from my plate and who should be coming toward me but Helen Boomer. She had a pencil and note pad and soon informed me that she wa, a newspaper reporter. She and Ruby decided to show me the city at night. The first place we went was to see Geroge White's Scandals, starring Rachel Hurst. After that we visited a famous night club, and who do you think was hostess? It was Stelma Vanhorne! And moreover, Mildred Pearson appared as one of the very newest torch singers.

After a goo dnight's sleep, or I should say morning's sleep, I was ready for a full day of New York City life. I went first to hear an educational lecture, sponsored by the National Federation of Women's Clubs, of which Pennie Keel Lang is President. The lecture was given by Mary Frances Holland. After the lecture, the President invited us to visit one of New York's best kindergartens. When we rached the school, I found that Frences Bowen was the director. There was an art gallery nearby, so I soppted to see a few of the exhibits. One of the newest and most outstanding was a protrait of Mary S. Robeson painted by Thelma Peel. After this visit I went to radio city, where I hoped for some quiet music. I was not to be disappointed. Clifton Crawford, chief organist, rendered a beautiful program.

In the afternoon I went on a shopping tour. Going first into a dress shop, of a large department store, I ran right into Constance Cheaves who, I learned later was head buyer for the department. In the shoe department, C.O. Armstrong, showed me the latest foot wear.

Deciding that I needed a wave I went into a beauty saloon, where Lucy Shearin proved to be an expert.

Never having been in the slums of New York City, I was interested to see what they would be like. So I went alone to see for myself. I had walked several blocks when I saw two people exactly alike coming toward me. It was Isa Costen and Malene Grant, giving their lives to welfare work.

I suddenly realized the day before I was to sail that I hadn't anything to read on the boat, so I stopped in a book shop. As I walked in I saw behind the counter none other than Mary Alice Brown. She greeted me with this: "You must buy Annie Rosamond Horne's newest novel. It is delightful." On my way to the hotel, I bought from a news stand a copy of the American Historical Magazine, of which Evelyn Turnage is editor. It is quite a good magazine, too.

Now for the sailing! The Ile De France was glorious. It seemed so strange to keep right on seeing people whom I knew. However, the first day on board, I met Ruth Moore and her young preacher husband on deck. they were going to Scotland on their honeymoon. The second day out I ran square into two deck chairs occupied by two familiar faces: Katherine HInson and Eloise Camp were on their way to Indo China to go into the mission field.

The third night out, while dining in one of the select dining rooms, I saw coming toward






me a cute little girl who looked like somebody I had known in college. It turned out to be Henrietta Crow, professional dancer on the boat.

The boat docked at Liverpool, from where I went straight to London. The first place 1 went was St. James Court where, much to my delight. Louise Powell was being presented.

Leaving England I went into Switzerland. Again I bumped into an old acquaintance, Martha Hart Peele, now a millionairess.

From Switzerland I went into France. Paris being the place where I spend most of my time. I found Lou Pitts creating the newest Paris modes, and Kathryn Hines modeling them. They seemed to be enjoying life.

I had heard so much about the French Courts that I was obliged to visit one. To my utter amazement Paul Fitzgerald was pleading a murder case.

Paris was a wonderful place, but I couldn't stay there always. The day came when I had to come home. How time does fly !

It seemed that I couldn't get away from people whom I knew. For on the boat returning to America I met Elizabeth Davis, who was traveling companion for the elder Mrs. Cornelius Yanderbilt, May Hearne and Florence Sinclair who were returning from England where they had won the International Tennis doubles, and Elizabeth Clark, McCall's Pattern designer, returning from a French Designers School.

Arrived in New York, I had a strong desire to return to my Alma Mater for a few days before settling down to teaching. So I took a plane to Greenville. Who do you suppose was stewardess? Verda Wilson! And she informed me that Billy Tolson was piloting the plane.

When I got in Greenville I went to the college the first place, and Mildred Harrison greeted me in Cotton office. She is the new dean, with Betty Ruth Autry as her assistant. Mildred took me around to visit the different departments. Bessie Hinson is critic teacher now at the training school, Margaret Davenport is leaching Physical Education, Margaret Lee is instructor in Biology, Minnie Margaret Gorham is Librarian, and Alice Yancy and Helen Clark both critic teachers in the High School. Prances Xewsome has been at the head of the Home Economics Department but she is leaving to make her home permanently in town.

Jan Garber gave a concert at the college while I was there, and Katie Lee Johnson is his accompanist.

Mildred Gibson invited me to visit her. and Hilly in their cute little home, which I did. I also visited Helen Harkey, now married and living in Greenville, who told me that Mary Elizabeth Crawford is married and that Aubrey McLean is about to marry her employer, resident of the American Tobacco Co.

I got lunch one day at Nellie Dunn's tea room. I heard there that Bill Wright is selling automobiles on a big scale, and that Josephine Essey and Katherine Crow have a dancing school.

I stopped in at Pender's one day and Dan Jordan greeted me across the counter. He is manager now. He told me that Robert Fleming is making quite a name for himself as Professor of Bacteriology at Peabody.

On my way home, I stopped in Washington to see Prudence Bazemore. She is managing a lovely "apartment house. She told me that Lucy LeRoy has become a very successful business woman" in Washington. On my arrival here (Tarry Town) I found among my mail a Teco Echo. After my trip I thought there couldn't possibly be anything of interest in it, but I was wrong. In the Alumnae News I learned that Eloise Burch has gone back to Walstonburg to make her home- married, of course. Ida Mae Nance is teaching Math at Guilford College, Adelia Norris is teaching seventh grade at Milbrook, N. C., Melba O'Brien is married to her Carolina man, and Sue Sewell has recently been made a trustee at Carolina. Frances Watson is traveling secretary in the southern region of the Y. W. C. A., Janice Jenkins is teaching at Queen's College in Charlotte, Zoa Fannie Hart is head nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in Richmond, Kathryn Barnette is teaching voice at Greensboro College, Hattie Mae Johnson is doing Home Mission work in the mountains. Birdie Dell Lamn has a Government position in Panama, and Mary Ella Bunn has married a chewing gum manufacturer.

In your last letter, I believe you enclosed a clipping about Dan Wright's success in Florida as a carrot grower. You also hinted to me that you were taking on more cafeterias on your chain. You certainly have been successful in selling food in Miami. Do you buy your carrots

from Dan?

With love always,

Edith.






JUNIORS






JANICE CAMPBELL

Junior Class Mascot

Colors: Purple and White

Flower: White Rose

Motto: Not failure, but low aim, is crime






JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS

Elizabeth Wlison President

Linelle Clark Vice President

Clara MacMartin Secertary

Verna Belle Lowery Treasurer






Emma Adcock Marshville, N. C.

Tressie Aumon West End, N. C.

Rose Bateman Columbia, N. C.

Dora Beddard Winterville, N. C.

Lucile Belk Monroe, N. C.

Dove Allen Marshville, N. C.

Mattie Barbow LaGrange, N. C.

Mildred Bectox Kinston, N. C.

Rose Beamas Whitakers, N. C.

Margaret Bostic Greenville, N. C.






Arline Bridgers Conway, N.C.

Lottie Beyon Garner, N. C.

James Cars Greenville, N. C.

Vivian Carolus Windsor, N. C.

Linelle Clarke Grimesland, N. C.

Carolyn Brinkley Colerain, N.C.

Mart Bustdy Fountain, N. C.

Frances Callahan Raleigh, N. C.

Hazel Clark

Mary Emma Clarke Greenville, N. C.






Jewel Cole Elizabethtown, N. C.

Hazel Copelan George, N. C.

Edna Darden stntonsburg, N. C.

Madeline Davenport Greenville, N. C.

Marie Davis Kinston, N. C.

Florence Collins Linden, N. C.

Geneva Dale Greenville, N. C.

Elva Davenport Godwin, N. C.

Bettie Cooper Davis Areola, N. C.

Selma Davis Conway, N. C.






Joy LeLoatch Boykins, Va.

Rowena Dickerson Wilson, N. C.

Dorothy Duval Plymouth, N. C.

Nancy Ewisc Candor, N. C.

Louise Farrior Warsaw, N. C.

Thomas Dennis Greenville, N. C.

Elva Driggers Fayetteville, N. C.

Ila Cray Easom tantonsburg, N. C.

Elizabeth Faison Turkey, N. C.

Mildred Faulk Jonesboro, N.C.






Emma Feltos Hertford, N. C.

Laura Smith Fleming Greenville, N. C.

Hyatt Forrest Winterville, N. C.

Virginia Fryer Clinton, N.C.

Inez Glober Bailey, N.C.

Paul FitzGerald Greenville, N. C.

Hazel Forrest Winterville, N. C.

Lauretta Fort

Annie Rose Fuller Smithfield, N. C.

Mary Gorham Rocky Mount, N. C.






Lottie Grifton Wingate, N. C

Evelyn Grimsley Snow Hill, N. C.

Alma Hammond Bethel, N. C.

Helen L. Hardy Snow Hill, N. C.

Valda Hartselle Morven, N. C.

Iary Louise Grimes Battleboro, N. C.

Thelma Haislip Thussel, N.C.

Beulah Hansley Winterville, N. C.

Laura Harrell Bunn, N.C.

Maude Peele Hedgepeth Conway, N. C.






Elizabeth Helms Monroe, N. C.

Elizabeth Hikes Warsaw, N. C.

Margaret Holt Pine Level, N. C.

Foy Hurdle Belvider, N. C.

Ellen Jenkins Rocky Mount. N. C.

Sarah Herring Beaufort, N. C.

Lola Holt Spencer, N. C.

Irene Jones Weeksville, N. C.

Julia Johnson Sanford, N. C.






Gertrude Johnson Conway, N. C.

Dorothy Jones Fairfield, N.C.

Edna Knight Byrum, N. C.

Elizabeth Keith Vass, N.C.

Birdie Dell Lamm Vanceboro, N. C.

W. O. Jolly Ayden, N. C.

James Joyner Greenville, N. C.

Ruby Kelly Newport, N. C.

Annie Kornegay Mount Olive, N. C.

Ida Mae Langley Laurinburg, N.C.






Helen Lassiter Conway, N. C.

Dorothy Logan Yadkinville, N. C.

Ouida Lowery

Minnie Malloy Jonesboro, N. C.

Clara Mac Martin Faison, N. C.

Mary Lindsey Bethel, N. C.

Verna Belle Lowery Trenton, N. C.

Hattie Pearl Mallard Trenton, N.C.

Hazel Martin Jamesville, N. C.

Margaret Martin Conway, N. C.






Lucy Pattie Meads Weeksville, N.C.

Katie Miller Vandemere, N. C.

Elizabeth Musselwhite Greenville, N. C.

Mae McFarland Wilmington, N. C.

Persaline O'Brien Oxford, N. C.

Bobbie Medlin Bunn, N.C.

Mary Mitchiner Franklinton, N.C.

Sue Taylor Myers LaGrange, N.C.

Marcelle Nicholson Graham, N.C.

Emma Avent Outerbridge Whitakers, N.C.






Hilda Outen

Eugenia Parrish Bailey, N. C.

Blanche Pearson Clinton, N. C.

Mary Foy Peterson Clinton, N. C.

Julia Pollock Trenton, N. C.

Janie Outland Woodland, N. C.

Florence Peacock Parkton, N. C.

Margaret Peele Lewiston, N. C.

NOvelle Phillips Fountain, N. C.

Naomi Riddick Gatesville, N. C.






Bettie Rouse LaGrange, N. C.

Nannie Rowlett Greenville, N. C.

Delores Smith Fuquay Springs, N. C.

Maude Starling Elm City, N. C.

Rachel Stone Nashville, N. C.

Julia House LaGrange, N. C.

Sybil Silverthorn Oriental, N. C.

Mary Emily Smith Chalybeate Springs, N. C.

Evelyn Stegall Marshville, N. C.

Mary Tarry






Jean Tate Graham, N. C.

Jean Thomas Farmville, N. C.

Mamie Trexler Wadesboro, N. C.

Elbert Tyson, Jr. Greenville, N. C.

Ethel Vick Woodland, N. C.

Helen J. Taylor Goldsboro, N. C.

Minnie Leah Thompson Wadesboro, N. C.

Evelyn Dixon Turlington, N. C.

Julie Underwood Goldston, N.C.

Irma Walker Columbia, N.C.






Myrtle Watkins

Myra Westbrook Raleigh, N.C.

Virginia White LaGrange, N.C.

Louise Wilder Franklinton, N.C.

Mary Williams Seven Springs, N. C.

Louis Wells Kenansville, N.C.

John Wester

Annie Morris Wheatley Wilson, N. C.

Frances Willard Greenville, N. C.

Elizabeth Wilson Louisburg, N. C.






Magdalene Wilson

Katherine Woodall Wilson, N. C.

Louise Wood Wallace, N. C,

Annie Worthington Ayden, N. C.

Flora Yeargin Garner, N.C.

Not Photographed

Katherine Dixon Burlington, N. C.

Thuraldine Henry Benson, N. C.

Mary Parker Potecasi, N. C.

Bernice Grimes Rocky Mount, N.C.

Myrtle Holliday Greenville, N.C.

Ellen Smith Goldsboro, N. C.

Marguerite Harris Bunn, N. C.

Edward Parker Greenville, N. C.

Inez Stevens Shiloh, X. C.

W.H. Tolson Greenville, N.C.






SOPHOMORES






Lois Waldrop

Sophomore Class mascot

Colors: Blue and Silver

Flower: Sweet Pea

Motto: The elevator to success is not running, take the stairs






SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS

Geneva Brown President

Belle Kearney Vice President

Frances Edgerton Secretary

Martha Hines Treasurer






Makv Rose Badgett

Sula Barbee

Evangeline Barfield

Myrtle Bass

Marguerite Blackmon

Paul Bowen

Saxon Bray

Rachel Britt

Mildred Broadwell

Geneva Brown

Lillie Dare Brown

Ruth Cagle

Maggie Campbell

Lucille Clark

Onie Cochran

Genevieve Carrow

Winona Curlee

Louise Currin

Alex Dail

Eva Davenport

Jimmy Davenport

Esobelle Davenport

Esther Mae Dennis

Mildred Corbett

Verdessa Dilday

Frances Edgerton

Jeanette Edwards

Virginia Ellis






Cynthia Etheridge

Marabelle Faison

Lillian Faulkner

Velma Lou Freeman

Naomi Gaskins

Gladys Gaston

Mary Kathryn Griffin

Louise Groce

Marjorie Groce

Graham Gulley

Eula Mae Hargett

Mildred Herring

Martha Hines

Clara Holden

Annie Sue Hunsucker

Janice Hutchins

Louise James

Elizabeth Johnson

David Johnson

Love Precious Jones

Marjorie Jordon

Belle Kearney

Irene Kennedy

Ruth Kiker

Rachel King

Hazel Lawrence

William May

Rachel Moore






Norman Moore

Seth Muse

Olivia McDaniel

Frances McGowan

Brown McLawhorn

Naomi Newell

Rebecca Noell

Margaret Norman

Janet Palmer

Aldah Parker

Mary Belle Parker

Mary Elizabeth Parker

Ruby Lee Peacock

Katherine Perry

Josephine Ranes

Mabel Rich

Kathleen Robertson

Betty Salisbury

Berkley Sauls

Helen Sawyer

Martha Scoville

Nettie Brett Sewell

Frances Sinclair

Alice Hicks Smith

Blanche Smith

Clarice Smith

Ellen Smith

Elmer L. Smith






Ruth Smith

Della Claire Snipes

Mary Alice Starr

Nora Bogart Stephenson

Ruby Stocks

Camille Swindell

Ruth Styron

Louise Taylor

Elsie Thomas

Polly Thompson

Henrietta Tucker

Camille Turner

Louise Tuten

Catherine Wallace

Nola Walters

Margaret J. Warren

Effie Lee Watson

Margaret Whitehead

George S. Willard

Della Grace Wilson

Dorothy Wilson

Helen Wilson

Anna Earle Windley

Marion Wood

Ruth Wood

Agnes Worthington

Irene Worthington

Not Photograhed

Mary Everette

Wilbur Mayo

Isabelle Pickett

Margaret Garner

Edith Norville

Virginia Pearce











FRESHMEN

Virginia King Perkins

Freshman Class Mascot

Colors: Blue and Silver

Flower: Ragged Robin

Motto: "Rowing, not driftin"






FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS

Xylda Cooper President

Annie Mae Ward Vice President

Bertha Lang Secretary

Mary Lawrence Daveport Treasurer






FRESHMAN CLASS






FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL

Inez Abernathy

Lallah Adler

Christine Alford

Louise Allen

Bernice L. Alston

Mary K. Albritton

Josephine Anderson

Reba Ange

Berta Arnold

Lucille Bailey

Helen Barnhill

Essie Mae Batten

Edna Mae Beddford

Marcella Blanton

Arlene Bordeaux

Mary Brady

Marjorie Brady

Fannie Brewer

Ida Mae Britt

Jean Brown

Kathleen Brown

Ruth Bryan

Dorothy V. Butner

Virginia Carraway

Callie Charltan

Susie Gray Cobb

Xylda Coooper

Elizabeth Copeland

Carrie V. Cotten

Janie Blair Cox

Willie G. Cox

Frances Craddock

Martha Crater

Maggie B. Crumpler

Jimmie Cullens

Mary L. Davenport

Louise Davis

Margaret Davis

Margaret E. Davis

Gray Dewar

Effie Mae Dellhunt

Mary Elizabeth Dixon

Helen Downing

Margaret Eakes

Mildred Edwards

Mae Johnson Eure

Edith Jane Evans

Julia Foley

Alice Mae Frazier

Edde Saunder Freeman

Grace Freeman

Winifred Fuquay

Elizabeth Craig Gillam

Thelma Ginn

Claudia V. Gower

Margaret Hardee

Hannah Hardy

April Joyce Harrell

Beluah Harrell

Edna Claire Hemby

Cliffie Hobgood

Hattie Holland

Anna Mae Holliday

Inez Hubbard

Marjorie Humphrey

Frances E. Johnson

Louise Johnson

Melba Johnson

Thelma Jones

Mildred Kirkland

Bertha Lang

Elizabeth Lasater

Ruth Laughlon

Lillian Merle Matthews

Emma Doris Newborn

Ida Watter Mewborn

Pauline Moore

Florence Moye

Lucy Page Murray

Genevieve Murrell

Myrtle Musgrave

Mary E. McCormick

Nell McDavid

Eunice Odom

Ruth Parker

Ione Powell

Margaret L. Privette

Beatrice Reeves

Lila Grey Reel

Blanche Robertson

Elvina Robertson

Martha Dean Rogers

Virginia Rollins

Susan Rose

Elizabeth Saunders

Mildred Satterwhite

Mary Lyon Shotwell

Mary Alice Simmons

Laurine Skinner

Corobob Smith

Hazel Smith

Marjorie Smithson

Helen Mildred Speight

Grace Spencer

Kathryn Spruill

Marjorie stanfield

Ida Lee Stevenson

Mary Elizabeth Stokes

Elizabeth Stubbs

Magdalene Suggs

Nellie Sulton

Georgia Taylor

Catherine Thompson

Mary Evelyn Thompson

Ruth Todd

Elizabeth Tolson

Neta Lee Townsend

Geraldine Tyson

Katy Iris Vinson

Janet Walker

Lucille Waller

Irma M. Walter

Annie Mae Ward

Louise Warren

Nannie Wheless

Edna Whitty

Christine Williams

Clara Williams

Irma Dell Williams

Sudie Bell Williamson

Sara Windley

Susie Woodruff

Frances Woolard

Mable Worley

Marie Worthington

Woodrow Wooten

Aaron G. Williamson

Alton Whitley

James Caswell Vincent

A.B. Uzzle

Thomas Upton, Jr.

Leroy Gaylor

G.M. Stoked

Frank Spain

Joseph Smith, Jr.

Gherman Smith

Elmer L. Smith

David Sanders

Lester Riderhour

Howard M. Perkins

Sherman Odham

Norwood Northcutt

Allan Moore

Charler J. McCless

Clifford Madrin

Booster Lindsey

Jack Kittrell

Charles Selby Jones

John Eley Jenkins

Ray Hassell

Ben Harris

Gus Forbes

Frances B. Forbes

James E. Evans

Nathan Epstein

Robert Page Edwards

Jack Dunn

Robert Dowd

Frederic Cox

Thad Carraway

Primrose Carpenter

Worth Chauncey Calfe

McAubrey Bynum

John A. Bullock

James Bedard

Roy Barrow

Allen Barbee

Wesley Bankston

James H. Allen






SENIOR NORMAL






Louise King

Senior Normal Class President






SENIOR NORMAL CLASS OFFICERS

Frances Monk Vice President

Elma Joyner Secretary

Brooks McGougan Treasurer

Eleanor Haynes

Mascot of "D" Class






Maribland Albritton

Kinston, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34, '35; Althletic Association '34; Y.W.C.A. '35

Martha Bunn Arlington

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. '33, '35; Junior "Y" Cabinet '33, '34; Proctor '33, '34; Lanier Society '33, '35; Class Representative Student Government Association '33, '34.

Eunice Atkinson

Kenly, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Athletic Association '34, '35; Y. W. C. A.; Johnston County Club, Vice President '35; Cheerio Club

Beulah Bardin

Tarboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. '33, '34; Junior Cabinet '33, '34; Lanier Society

Mary Elizabeth Barker

Trenton, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Athletic Association '34, '35; Scribblers Club ''34; Cheerio Club '34.

Verdie Barrow

LaGrange, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Euphemia Allen

Wendell, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society '33; Y.W.C.A.; Junior "Y" Cabinet.

Juanita Arthur

Princeton, N.C.

Primary Education

Hazel Baker

Snow Hill, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society '33, '34, '35; Y.W.C.A.

Lou Eloise Barefoot

Benson, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '33, '34; Y.W.C.A. '34; Johnston County Club '33, '34, Treasurer '34

Nancy Rose Barnes

Four Oaks, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '34, '35; Y. W. C. A. '34, '35

Olivia Batts






Myrna Lee Bell

Rocky Mount, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society '33, '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35

Evelyn Bizzell

Kinston, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Proctor '34, '35

Eloise Williford Bone

Rocky Mount, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society, Secretary '34, '35; Glee Club '33, '34, '35; Y.W.C.A.; Junior Cabinet Y.W.C.A. '33, '34; Proctor '34, '35.

Sally Lee Brewer

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34, '35

Eleanor Brown

Raeford, N. C.

Primary Education

Ruth Carr

Teachy, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Rachel Bissett

Bailey, N.C.

Sarah P. Blue

Parkton, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society '34

Mina Grey Boyette

Kenly, N.C.

Primary Education

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

Freda Britt

Seaboard, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society

Rosa Lee Bullock

Bethel, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society '34, '35

Mollie Bryan Carthright

Bath, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe society '34, '35






Oleta B. Chamblee

Zebulon, N. C.

Primary Education

Women's Athletic Assocation; Y.W.C.A.; Proctor

Hadilene Coley

Stantonsburg, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '34, '35, Marshal '35; Athletic Assocation '34, '35; Business Manager Athletic Assocation '35; Assistant Cheer Leader '35; Basketball Team '35; Glee Club '35; Cheerio Club '34

Hettie Belle Cox

Four Oaks, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '34; Lanier Society '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Athletic Assocation '34

Annie Evelyn Crawley

Bellcross, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society '34, '35; Cheerio Club '34

Mary E. Creedle

Belhaven, N.C.

Poe Society '34, '35

Lida Frances Dark

Mt. Vernon Springs, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society '32, '33, '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35

Mary Lee Chappell

Varina, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Proctor '34.

Frances Corbett

Macclesfield, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society '34, '35.

Jewel Cozart

Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education

Town Girls Club '34, '35.

Anna Virginia Credle

Lake Landing, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society.

Lucille Creech

Pine Level, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34, '35; Johnston County Club '34, '35

Helen Davis

Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '33, '35; Marshal '34, '35; Class Secretary '33, '34; Advertising Staff '34, '35.






Ethel L. Denning

Mt. Olive, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Athletic Assocation '34, '35.

Mary Katherine Dixon

Burlington, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Virginia Intermont College '33; Athletic Assocation '33

Mart Nell Eaves

Henderson, N. C.

Primary Education

Y. W. C. A '34, '35

Mary Inez Ellington

Ruffin, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Armatha Fowler

Tabor, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society.

Margaret Fulton

Walnut Cove, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '33, '35; Marshal '34, '35; Athletic Association '33, '35; Basketball '33, '35; Secretary Athletic Association '34, '35; Treasurer Student Government Association '34, '35.

Minnie Leola Denning

Mt. Olive, N.C.

Primary Education

Athletic Assocation '34

Ada Margueritte Dixon

Burlington, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Chessie Edmondson

Tarboro, N.C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. '33, '34; Lanier Society; Teco Echo Staff '34, '35

Helen Lewis Eure

Gates, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society ; Y. W. C. A.

Edith Glenn Fulghum

Halifax, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35

Melrose Gardner

Dunn, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society






Floribelle Garner

New Port, N.C.

Hazel Gaynor

Fountain, N.C.

Corrinne Goodyear

Lake View, S. C.

Emerson Society '31, '35; Glee Club '31

Estelle Griggs

Morven, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society '34, '35; Girls Glee Club '34, '35; Transfer Appalachian State Teachers College '32, '33

Beatrice Evelyn Hammond

Andrews, S.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A.; Junior Cabinet; Vice President "C" Class; Marshal '35; Business Staff TECOAN '35; Superlative '35

Virginia Harrington

Fairmont, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society '34, '35; Young Women's Christian Assocation Choir '34

Carrie Gaynor

Battleboro, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Cheerio Club

Elizabeth Gibson

Windsor, N.C.

Carrie Congleton Gray

Stokes, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Elizabeth Gurley

Fremont, N.C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A.; Lanier Society Treasurer '35; Proctor '34

Geneva Perry Harrell

Colerain, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society

Mary Frances Hedgepeth

Morehead City, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society '31






Julia Cleo Hildreth

Marshville, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '33, '35; Young Women's Christian Assocation '33, '35

Eva Hobbs

Clinton, N. C.

Pauline Hooker

Aurora, N.C.

Primary Education

Hattie Hudgins

Sunbury, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society.

Dolores James

Parmele, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Proctor

Lena Jenkins

Robersonville, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society.

Glenn Hill

Snow Hill, N.C.

Thelma Holt

Princeton, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier society; Johnston County Club '34, '35

Jew Horne

Burgaw, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '34, '35.

Margaret Humphrey

Saint Pauls, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Y. W. A.

Doris Jenkins

Robersonville, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society '31, '35; Cheerio Club '34; Cheer Leader '34

Lois Jernigan

Dunn, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Lanier Society '34, '35






Elizabeth L. Johnson

Conway, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society

Annie Lee Jones

Vandemere, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society '34, '35; : Y.W.C.A. Choir '34, '35; Cheerio Club '34; Scribblers Club '34, '35; Circulation Manager Teco Echo '35 , Class Budget Committee '34.

Elma Joyner

Denniston, Va.

Grammar Grade

Poe society '34, '35; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '34; Scribblers Club Reporter '35; Techo Echo Staff, Circulation manager; Class Secretary '35

Louise King

Littleton, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Class President '35; Y.W.C.A.; Lanier Society '34, '35

Mavis Kinlaw

Ayden, N.C.

Primary Education

Glee Club.

Lois Leake

Rich Square, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Northampton County Club '34; Glee Club '34; Circulation Manager Teco Echo '35; Sribblers Club '34, '35.

Mae Ellen Johnson

Benson, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe society; Johnson County Club '34, '35, President '35; Cheerio Club '34; Y.W.C.A. '35

Carrie Jones

Sunbury, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society '34, '35

Alma Mae King

Sloop Point, N.C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Student Volunteer '34, '35; Poe Society '33, '34, '35.

Dorothy Kinlaw

Elizabethtown, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Young Woman's Christian Assocation; Athletic Assocation.

Sylvia Knowles

Columbia, N.C.

Alma Bryant Lewis

Greenville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society, '34, '35






Frances Monk

Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 33, '35 ; Marshal '34, '35; Teco Echo Reporter "C" Class '33, '34; Athletic Association '33, '34; Scribblers Club '33, '34; Vice President "D" Class '34, '35; Editorial Staff Teco Echo '33.

Cleo Elizabeth Lewis

Farmville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '33, '34, '35; Proctor '34, '35

Mavis Lewis

Roper, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society '33; Y. W. C. A. '33

Louise Lowery

Trenton, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Athletic Association '33

Olivia Martin

High Point, N.C.

Hazel Mayo

Jonesboro, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society

Mary Frances Mitchell

Snow Hill, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Eloise Lewis

Marshallberg, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Athletic Assocation '32.

Christine Lindsey

Lumberton, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society '33; Cheerio Club '33; Athletic Assocation '33

Clara Mann

Jonesville, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society

Dorothy Lawson Mattocks

Gillett, N. C.

Grammar Grade

W. C. U. N. C. ; Emerson Society '34; Science Club '34

Polly Melvin

Linden, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. Senior Cabinet '34, '35; Lanier Society '34, '35; Glee Club '34, '35






Hazel Monk

Farmville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Vick Mozingo

Micro, N.C.

Primary Eudcation

Poe Society '34, '35; Athletic Association '34, '35; Varsity Team '34 '35; Y. W. C. A '34, '35.

Lucy McBride

Linden, N.C.

Anne Brooks McGougan

Tabor, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Y. W. C. A.; President Columbus County Club '35; Class Treasurer '35

Bessie Narron

Middlesex, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '34, '35; Johnston County Club '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. member '34.

Madie Cecelia Newsome

Harrellsville, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Lottie Moore

Kinston, N. C.

Lanier Society '33, '34; S. G. A. 'D' Class Representative '34; College Glee Club '33, '34; Y. W. C. A. '33

Jimmie McArthur

Clinton, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34. '35

Elizabeth McCormick

Jonesboro, N.C.

Primary Education

Mabel McPhaul

Shannon, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society

Dorothy Newsome

Colerain, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society

Hazel Lorene Overman

Wilmington, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; class Cheer Leader '35






Louise Owen

Clarkton, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '34, '35; Y. W. C. A. '35

Ernestine Parker

Gates, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Y.W.C.A.

Ophelia Pearce

Castalia, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Reba Pickett

Kenansville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Louise Potter

Cash Corner, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '34, '35; Y. W. C. A. '35

Viola Price

Scotland Neck, N. C.

Emerson Society; Y.W. Choir '34

Catherine Parker

Enfield, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society '34, '35; Junior "Y" Cabinet '34; Y.W.C.A. '34; Cheerio Club '34

Gertrude Parker

Trenton, N.C.

Primary Education

Marietta Peele

Kenly, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Junior "Y" Cabinet '34

Rebecca Pitt

Pinetops, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society

Allie Prevatt

Lumberton, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Rebecca Davis Pridgen

Elm City, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Soiety Marshal '34, '35; Glee Club '34, '35; Y.W.C.A., Junior Cabinet '33, '34; House President '34, '35; Student Government Assocation '34, '35.






Flora Privette

Candor, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Athletic Assocation '34, '35

Lucile Raines

Princeton, N.C.

Primary Education

Mary Louise Robertson

Zebulon, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society.

Elizabeth Rountree

Gates, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Merle Sasser

Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe society '34, '35, Treasurer '35; Circulatio Manager Teco Echo '35; Athletic Assocation '34, '35; Cheerio Club '34

Lee Ella Sessoms

Roseboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34, '35

Mavis Elizabeth Proctor

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Y.W.C.A.

Treva Reynolds

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society; Tecoan Representative '33, '34

Minnie Miriam Ross

Aurora, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34, '35; Y. W. C. A. '34, '35

Esther Royster

Bullock, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society '33, '34; Y.W.C.A '34; Granville Club '34

Jane Evelyn Sessoms

Colerain, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '33, '34

Kathryn Eugenia Shute

Kinston, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34, '35; Glee Club '34.






Viola Smith

Goldsboro, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society '33; Town Girl's Club, Secretary-Treasurer, '34, '35

Margarette Stephenson

Benson, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society; Johnston County Club '34, '35; Cheerio Club '34

Annie Mae Strickland

Bailey, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society

Helen Strickland

Nashville, N. C.

Primary Education

Mary Delia Strickland

Clinton, N.C.

Julia Foxe Stringfield

Fayetteyille, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society '33, '34; Athletic Assocation '33; Cheerio Club '33

Kathleen Smith

Vanceboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Hadie Strader

Belews Creek, N.C.

Elma Strickland

CLinton, N.C.

Jackie Strickland

Four Oaks, N. C.

Primary Education

Ruth Strickland

Elm City, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society; Proctor '35.

Henrietta Swinson

Mount Olive, N.C.

Grammar Grade






Ina Tatum

Elizabetbtown, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society '33, '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '33, '34, '35

Katie Jane Taylor

Richlands, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Atlantic Christian College '33, '34; Hesperian Society

Frances Tew

Clinton, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Town Student Assocation

Annie Ava Turnage

Snow Hill, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Athletic Assocation '34, '35; Tennis Club '35

Mary Hazel Tyson

Ayden, N.C.

Primary Eudcation

Billie Vogler

Wendell, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Y.W.C.A. '34, '35; Lanier Society '34, '35; Teco Echo Staff, Advertising manager '35; Scribbler's Club '34; Cheerio Club '34.

Jennie G. Taylor

Williamston, N.C.

Primary Education

President Junior Normal Class '34; Associate Editor Teco Echo '35; Emerson Society '34, '35.

Rebecca Jean Taylor

Sea Level, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society

Margaret Thigpen

Greenville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Town Girls Club '34, '35

Alice Pauline Tyndall

Kinston, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34, '35

Ann Vinson

Elizabeth E. Wagner

Warrenton, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35.






Margaret S. Walker

Hillsboro, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '33, '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '33, '35; Junior "Y" Cabinet '34

Margaret Watson

Severn, N.C.

Primary Education

Northampton County Club '33, '34; Lanier Society

Blanche White

Powellsville, N.C.

Primary Education

Teco Echo, Circulation Manager '34; TECOAN "D" Class Representative; Poe Society '33, '34, Critic '34

Isabel W. Whitehurst

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Town Girls club; Lanier Society; Woman's Athletic Assocation

Ernestine Willis

St. Pauls, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Tillie M. Woolard

Washington, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society; Y. W. C. A.

Sue Allen Warren

Dunn, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Y.W.C.A '34; Cheerio Club '34; Scribbler's Club '34

Florence Gore Wells

Delco, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society '33, '34; Y. W. C. A. '34

Sara White

Windsor, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society; Class Cheer Leader '34

Mildred Williamson

Clinton, N.C.

Alma Winslow

Edenton, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society '34, '35; Junior Y.W.C.A. Cabinet '34; Y.W.C.A Choir '34; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35.






Not Photographed

Virginia S. Akers

Roanoke Rapids, N. C.

Primary Normal

Emerson Society; Glee Club '33, '34; Y.W.C.A.; Marshal '34; Budget Committee

Elizabeth Boyette

Kenly, N.C.

Two Year Primary

Poe Society; Johnston County Club; Secretary Johnston County Club '35

Margaret Cameron

Roanoke Rapids, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34

Christeen Fowler

Zebulon, N.C.

Two Year Primary

Emerson Society.

Marjorie B. Jordan

Cary, N.C.

Two Year Primary

Athletic Assocation '34

Hazel E. Tart

Dunn, N.C.

Primary Normal

Poe Society '34, '35; Y.W.C.A. '34, '35

Elsie Louise Windhan

Greenville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lillian Womble

Lillington, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society '33

Irene Worthington

Winterville, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society






SENIOR NORMAL CLASS HISTORY

DURING the age of chivalry the greatest ambition of the youth was to become a worthy knight, the greatest symbol of honor, justice, truth and bravery. To become a knight was very difficult and years of preparation were necessary Young men received their first training at home; then they were apprenticed to a knight. To live with a knight was to be a page and after the duties of a page were met the page became a squire, after the squire was deemed worthy of the honor he was dubbed a knight, the highest rank of honor. The duties of King Arthur's knights was to search for the Holy Grail.

The training of young men and women may be compared to that of knighthood. From the home training to that of College preparation in bravery, high ideals, ambition and on to success. Chivalry is dead, but the spirit goes on and on into the open hearts.

PERIOD I

In 1933 Sir Education sent out knights into the world calling unto young men and women to enter the Castle, East Carolina Teachers College, Greenville, North Carolina, and work to fill the places of the outgoing knights. In order to distinguish these newcomers from other pages at the Castle, they were known as Pages "C."

On the day of registration they were given their duties under Commander English, History and similar degrees. The young ambitious pages set to work with the determination of soon becoming a squire.

A leader was necessary, and after many hours of testing it was found that Page Jennie Green Taylor was most fit for the position.

Feasting and frolicking together with work made the pages more gentle, friendly, and courteous. Many occasions furnished these pleasures.

Soon came Sir Initiation calling the pages to foin the orders of honor, the Order of Lanier, the Poes. or the Emersons. Great was the excitement with which the pages underwent in becoming members of these different orders.

Many of the pages suffered from homesickness, and love sickness and gave up their brave determination and became builders of homes all their own.

On and on the pages worked and as time drew high many pages were given titles of "Members of Stu.bnt Council," "Members of Y. W. C. A. Cabinet," "Marshal," and the like.

Sir Education called the members of his knighthood together and dubbed the squires as knights into his knighthood, which gave the pages much encouragement. And to the pages he said: "You must go on the errand. Vacation, and when this mission is fulfilled you must return again to the Castle and continue your acts of bravery."

PERIOD II

On September 27, 1934 the errand had been accomplished and Pages "C" returned and were given the name Squire "D" for they had served one year in Sir Education's Kingdom

A new leader was necessary and Squire Louise King was given the place.

Soon the testing time came and each squire was sent on the errand "Examinations" was accomplished which brings forth the time for the dubbing of the squires into knighthood. Long has been the tim, and rough has been the way, but now beyond the battle lies success.

PERIOD III

The year 1935 brought on its June day friends and relatives of the many squires to see them march in their festive robes to the chapel of the Castle. The noblest and best of all knights, Sir Knight Meadows, was master of ceremonies. He called before him the worthy squires and presented each with a glittering word, a diploma, pronouncing him a Knight of Sir Education's Kingdom. In the Land of America the Knight went forth in search of Life and Happiness. In the heart of each stands the motto, "The Past Forever Gone, the Future Still Our Own."

RUTH STRICKLAND






SENIOR NORMAL CLASS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

State of North Carolina

County of Pitt

Town of Greenville

East Carolina Teachers College

We the members of the 1935 Senior Normal Class of the aforesaid state and county, being of sound health and balanced mentality and realizing that our days of friendship and training at East Carolina Teachers College are near an end, do hereby make our Last Will and Testament:

ITEM I

To the school as a whole we bequeath all our intellectual attainment, originality, and personality, and our eternal allegiance and loyalty

ITEM II

To the faculty, the members of which have toiled so patiently with us through our many trials, we bequeath the empty seats to be filled with our successors, trusting they will meassure up to our standard of pulchritude and I.Q.

ITEM III

To our parents and friends through whose patient endeavor and kind consideration we have at last attained our college goal, we dedicate our love, sincerely hoping that we, by the achievements of our future lives may be able to reward them most graciously for their contribution to our success.

ITEM IV

To the Junior Normal Class who will take our places, we leave with the most unimaginable pleasures:

1. All rights and privileges which they acquire as "D"

2. The pleasure of Practice Teaching made pleasurble by the many critisms bestowed upon one by the critic teacher.

3. The book, History of North Carolina, by Conner taught by Miss Davis.

4. Special permission to use the top stairsin Austin Building, Campus Building steps and between Library stacks for such purposes as several of our members have seen fit to use them.

Signed, sealed and declared by the Senior Normal Class on the third day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred thirty-five.

ANN BROOKS McGOUGAN, Testatrix

Witnesses:

ELIZABETH ROUNTREE

ELIZABETH GURLEY






SENIOR NORMAL CLASS PROPHECY

Last night as I passed the fountain on my way to the Campus Building someone called to me. Turning quickly, I was about to answer when I realized that there was no one there; so, thinking that I must have been mistaken, 1 was about to continue on my way when the call came again, this time more distinctly and. strangely, it seemed to come from the very center of the fountain. In bewilderment I stood there until the call came again, and I saw to my utter amazement, that it was the old frog on top of the fountain who was speaking.

"Wait," he commanded.

"But I have not time," I replied.

"Time, My dear, What do you know of time? Take a moment to stay with me and I will give you a glimpse of time- of the future. Whose future would you know?"

"My classmates', if you please," I replied.

"Then," he said, "Look into the pool and you will see your classmates as they will he in 1945."

I looked and saw that:

Many of the girls are still in Greenville. Ernestine Parker is critic teacher in the fifth grade at the Training School. Julia Hildreth is also in the Training School, taking the place of Miss Thomas, who married the year we graduated. Irene Worthington is holding the position formerly held by the beloved Sara Sommerville. Her assistant is Olivia Martin. Christine Fowler designed the new Men's Dorm at E.C.T.C. of which Mary Credle is House Mother and Virginia Ellis, Lida Frances Dark, and Annie Crawley are maids. The old Co-ed Hut is being used by Madie Newsome for her pressing club, in which she employs Allie Prevatt, Sara Blue, Rebecca Pitt, and Arlene Parker. Orphelia Pierce, Rachel Bissette, and Elizabeth Boyette are the official inspectors for bedbugs and, evelyn Bizzelle is custodian of the smoking room. Frances Monk operates a non-stop air line to Wake Forest. Jewel Cozard, Mildred Faulk, and Hettie Bell Cox are pilots. Her most frequent passengers are Estelle Griggs and Julia Stringfield, who, by the way, is feeling very Jolly these days. Rebecca Pridgen and Myrna Lee Bell are still at E.C.T.C. competing for the attentions of Dr. Flanagan, but he is true to his only love, a former student.

And speaking of Kathryn Shute--hers is the haunting blues voice which comes to you very night over the NBC network through the courtesy of the R.J. Reynolds co.

Virginia Harrington, Geneva Harrell, Virginia Hoffman, and Eva Hobbs have organized a 4-H Club all their own, only nobody can devise its purpose.

Hollywood! The city of broken hearts and E.C.T.C. GIRLS! Ada Hearne is directing out two Co-eds in a film called, "Too Many Women" in which William May and Hosea Ellsworth, the boys, are co-starring. Mildred Williamson is leading lady and Lucille Creech, Margaret Whitehurst, Mavis Lewis, and Glynn Hill are in a mob scene. "Sally" Johnson, Margueritte Dixon, Mary Nell Eaves, and Vick Mozingo are playing with Jew Horne and Her Jazz Harmoney Gals out of Malibu Beach. Dolores James is running a Hollywood beauty parlor and Lois Jernigan is running her mouth. In the beauty parlor Helen Eure designs eyebrows, Madeline Davenport makes wids, and Floribelle Garner paints artifical toe nails.

Elizabeth Rountree and Esther Royster ahve compiled a dictionary so far superior to Webster's that Noah's Unabridged now sells for 33 1/2c the copy.

It is inevitable that some--quite a few--of the girls should be married. Here are Helen Davis (Mrs. Robert Musgrave); Hadilene Coley with Elliott, Jr.; Lottie Moore, the wife of a Kinston grocery man; Virginia Akers and Sara White--both surrounded by a gang of red-headed youngster; Oleta Chamberlee, the wife of a crooner (Could there be a worse fate?)! Enice Atkinson, Mrs. Willard; Hazel Mayo, whose husband sells autos; Hazel Monk and her Yankee husband; and Lois Leake in Oklahoma (Be it ever so humble there's no place like Oklahoma). Gertrude Parker is no long "Baby" for there are now several little "Babies." Louise King and her dignified hubby are the social leaders as well as the "salt of the earth" in Littleton, where they are often seen places with Edith Glynn Gulghum and her fiance, and a successful broker in Tillery, N.C. Minnie has been married for years, and Jackie Strickland is, of course, Mrs. C.O. Margarette Stephenson is Mrs. Paul Somebody and Viola Smith is Mrs. J.A. Stanley. But little Margie Savage has 'em all beat. She has already had eight husbands an dis reported by Lucille Raines, the gossiper of the nation, to be engaged again. Her divorces have all been handled by the firm of Mary Louise Robertson and Mary Louise Robertson.






But Mary Lib Barker sought fur years to obtain a MRS., and, having failed completely, is at Carolina working on a M.A.

Dorothy Newsome and Isabelle Whitehurst are instructors in the art of Gum Chewing at Euphemia Allen's Old Maid's Home, where Mabel McPhaul, Lilly Merle Matthews, and Eleanor Strickland teach toe dancing. Among our representatives at Allen's are: Elsie Windham, Jimmy McArthur, Flora Privett, Katie Jane Taylor, Ida Townsend, Rosa Lee Bullock, and Bessie Xarron.

Blanche White, Vilmer Hooper, and Ernestine Willis teach in Hoid (Hyde) County, but Margaret Walker and Annie Turnage are professors at Columbia, where Armatha Fowler and Ethel and I.eola Denning are assisting the Dr. Thorndike in his experiments on potato bugs. Bille Vogler is now occupying the seat of Applied Psychology at Columbia, but it is hoped that she will soon accept the seat of applied electricity at Sing Sing.

Annie Lee Jones isn't exactly teaching, she is just training fleas and gnats for Barnum and Bailey. With the same company are: "Cat" Parker, a tight rope walker; Alma King, a fortune teller; and Reba Pickett, known as the girl on the flying trapeze. Ruth and Sara Carr are billed in a twin sister act - except they ain't.

I see in a newspaper that Mary Delia Strickland is champion roller skater, I.ula Eby is a parachute jumper, the Groce twins tied in the hundred yard dash, and Frances Corbitt is the greatest tiddly-winks referee in the world. At present she is refereeing a championship game between Lou Eloise Barefoot and Freda Britt. Mary Hoover Barnes recently crossed the Atlantic in a rowboat, and Ann Brooks McGougan is a deep sea diver of note. Carrie Gaynor's eyes stare at us from a Mabelline ad. Ruby Branch's from a "Believe It Or Not" section, anil "Bea" Hammond's from behind horn-rimmed spectacles. Mina Grey Boyette and Margaret Watson, kidnapping of Mary Hazel Tyson, a storming evangelist.

Chessie Edmunson is Dean of Women at Yassar, where "Gooder" Fulton coaches athletics.

Dorothy Kinlaw and Alma Winslow are missionaries to the South Sea Islands. Hazel Overman' expects to sail on the U. 8. 8. Plutarch (of which Martha Bunn Arrimrton is skipper) and join them there. Hazel Baker. "Du" Bardin, and "Lib" Gurley are conducting tent revivals in Central Africa. Mollie Cartwright, Rebecca Pitt, Lucy McBride, and Lillian Womble take up collection while Eloise Bone si,gs tenor and Louise Owen and Inez Ellington sing bass. This is fur the purpose of searing the savages into submission.

Dr. Ruth Strickland and Dr. Mavis Proctor are employed at Dix Hill, where Jane and Lee Ella Sessums inspect apricots. All inferior dualities found are sent to E. C. T. C. Members of the E. C. T. C. Alumnae Association of Dix Hill inmates are: Rebecca Taylor, Hazel Gavnor. Carrie Grey, Margaret Thigpen. and Kathleen Smith. Rebecca Taylor is president of this chapter. In the ward for the deaf is Mattie Moye Gaylord. No, it isn't deaf. It is just that here her incessant talking can't bother anyone.

Margaret Cameron and Florence Wells are owners of "Daneawile" a night club managed by Elizabeth Wagner. Alice Tvndall. Frances Hedgepeth, Carrie Jones, Alma Lewis, and Thelma Holt are Dime-a-Dance girls. Nancy Rose Rarnes. Hazel Tvndall, Christine Lindsey, Margaret Humphery. Yerdie Barrow, and Annie Mae Strickland are the Xoramora sextet, which is far superior to the old Floradora. However, it is Hattie Hudgins who has made the club famous with her fan and scarf dances.

Under the Dome I see Louise Lowery (She learned about government from Reecher, and Louise Potter). They aren't senators - just pages.

Marietta Peele pilots a peanut stand in Pitt County. She sells the nuts to Sylvia Knowles and Cleo Lewis, who use them in the cross country races in which Mavis Kinlaw, Doris Jenkins, and Mary compete. The prizes are awarded by Ina Tatum, a famous prima donna.

Jennie Green Taylor and Merle Sasser, old maids that they are, are in Timbuctu explaining the Einstein theory to the natives. Hazel Tart is in a bakery in the same city.

Helen Strickland is an auctioneer. She always SIXGS the "Going, Going. Gone."

Maribland Albritton was the belle of the recent "Blows Arts Ball," which she attended in company with her old pals. Elma Joyner and Sallie Lee Brewer, who have gone Bohemian.

Treva Reynolds, Melrose Gardner, and Polly Melvin are sitting alone together in the middle of the Sahara desert eating their words.

Just as I saw myself in the pool the frog jumped in. causing ripples in the water. When the ripples had died away I could see nothing but my own reflection in the pool. Looking up I saw the old frog in exactly the place in which he had sat for years. . . .

Sue Warben, Prophet.






JUNIOR NORMAL






Rebecca Lane

Junior Normal, Class Mascot

Colors: Lavender and White

Flower: Pink Rose Bud

Motto: "To strive, to seek, to find but not to yield"






JUNIOR NORMAL CLASS OFFICERS

Eleanor W. Taylor President

Mildred Fuller Vice President

Carolyn Richardson Secretary

Billy Williams Treasurer






JUNIOR NORMAL CLASS






JUNIOR NORMAL CLASS ROLL

Mary Sue Abernathy

Estelle Adams

Marguerite Asbell

Marie Asbell

Ella Turner Atkins

Leone Baker

Mary Banks

Hazel Barbee

Ruth Bardin

Clarice Barnes

Virginia Barnes

Rachel Bass

Bernice Belch

Emma Benson

Mary Lillie Best

Rachel Bissette

Wilson Blalock

Gladys Bowen

Frances Boyd

Mary Hoover Boyd

Helen Bradshaw

Roberta Brantley

Annie Lee Britt

Hazel Britt

Lina Rose Britt

Louise Britt

Mary Britt

Margaret Brown

Berleen Bryant

Thelma Bryant

Mary Louise Burton

Catsey Truitt Butler

Willie Ray Bynum

Erma Cobbs

Minnie Grey Card

Sarah Carroway

Frances Carter

Bettie Castelloe

Louise Cates

Frances Chamblee

Frances Chandler

Charleen Chason

Lena Collie

Dorthula Connor

Louise Corbett

Doris Couch

Janie Cox

Frances Creech

Helen Critcher

Lucille Crocher

Agnes Cullither

Geraldine Daniels

Lydia Daniels

Effie Moore Darden

Alean Davis

Juanita Davis

Ruth Davis

Elizabeth Dixon

Dela Maye Everette

Alleyne Faucette

Dixie Fulton

Mary Foscue

Julia Fowler

Mildred Fuller

Flora Bell Garner

Annie Gaskill

Julia Gaylord

Louise Gooch

Mary Frances Green

Janet Griffin

Margaret Griggs

Betsy Grubb

Ida Kay Hair

Rosie Hairr

Lula Hall

Josie Ward Hall

Mildred Hamilton

Mary Helen Hammond

Eleanor Hardee

Marie Hargett

Mary Elizabeth Harget

Dellas Harris

Mary Louise Harris

Annie Lee Hawks

Betty Hayward

Ada Hearn

Maryln Henderson

Betty Herrin

Frances Hester

Eloise Hester

Helen High

Thelma High

Susie Height

Hattie Hilburn

Margaret Hilburn

Anna Bell Hill

Hazel Hill

Marian Hill

Marie Holmes

Thelma Holt

Lula Holton

Rachel Hoover

Josephine House

Elizabeth Howard

Margaret Humphrey

Elizabeth James

Cristine Jernigan

Ella Johnson

Charlotte Johnson

Ellis Jones

Marjorie Jordan

Elizabeth Keel

Margaret Kelly

Bettt Lane

Ella Mollie Langston

Auline Lanier

Kathleen Lassiter

Mildred Lassiter

Sara Laughlin

Zazelle Laughlin

Lottie Lawrence

Charlotte Grey Lee

Mayo Lee

Mary Lennon

Betty Ruth Leonard

Ruby Leonard

Alma Lewis

Kathryne Lewis

Margaret W. Lewis

Olive Grey Lewis

Reva Lewis

Marjorie Lloyd

Mary Elizabeth Love

Ruby Lucas

Lois Lynch

Emma Mallard

Eula Mason

Elsie Maynard

Mildred Mayo

Mildred Meadows

Edna Mobley

Ophelia Montague

Marie Moore

Edith Morgan

Ziba Helen Morgan

Elizabeth Morris

Margaret Mullin

Julia Murphey

Emma Murrey

Lucy McBride

Carolyne McGee

Mary Carson McGee

Loraine McLamb

Lucy McLawlion

Melba Nobles

Jean O'Neil

Erma Poke

Etheline Parker

Frances Parrish

Ophilia Pearce

Elizabeth Pebbelas

Grace Pelt

Mary Lee Penny

Ernestine Penny

Vivian Perry

Julia Maye Peterson

Henrietta Piahard

Sally Proctor

Doris Quinn

Irene Renfroe

Christine Reynolds

Sarah Rhyan

Carolyne Riddick

Caroline Richardson

Charlotte Roberts

Olive Robertson

Faye Rowel

Margaret Rudioill

Louise Sanderson

Bertie Lee Sawyer

Cornelia Scott

Virginia Shinder

Elizabeth Singatary

Doris Smith

Dorothy Smith

Eloise Smith

Eunice Smith

Frances Smith

Grace Smith

Verline Smith

Myra Southerland

Texas Sowers

Beryl Stallings

Ida Bella Stocks

Georgia Strickland

Roxie Suit

Lois Summerill

Blanche Swinson

Ruby Sikes

Ella Taylor

Eleanor Taylor

Hilda Taylor

Madeline Taylor

Flora Teague

Lewellyn Thornton

Ruth Truslon

Dorothy Viverette

Anna Wade

Anne Wade

Maywood Wagner

Clara Ward

Estella Ward

Rebecca Watson

Majorie West

Priscilla West

Louise Whaley

Eloise Whitehurst

Marie Whitehurst

Pattie Whitehurst

Iner Whitber

Hazel Wilkerson

Billy Williams

Evelyne Williams

Helen Wilson

Edna Worly

Clara Worthington

Sara Lee Yates

Rowan Yeargen

Martha Yelverton

Hazel Young

Marjorie Youngblood

Ollie White

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BOOK III

ORGANIZATIONS





















ATHLETICS






GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Mary Ella Bunn President

Elizabeth Keith Vice President

Margaret Fulton Secretary

Hadilexe Coley Business Manager






GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM






VARSITY CLUB

Miss Jane Cider

Coach Mathis

Miss Loraine Hunter

Theo Eason

Troy Burnette

Howard Waldrop

Paul Bowen

"Runt" Bostic

Jack Barrett

Jimmie Carr

W.O. Jolley






ORGANIZATIONS






STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

Frances Newsom President

Lucy LeRov Vice President

Ethel Vick Secretary

Margaret Fulton Treasurer

Janie Outland Chairman of Campus Committee

Melba O'Brien President of Y. W. C. A.

Clyde Morton Editor of Teco Echo

Thelma Peele Senior Class Representative

Margaret Martin Junior Class Representative

Nola Walters Sophomore Class Representative

Elizabeth Copeland Freshman Class Representative

Lottie Moore Senior Normal Class Representative

Josie Hall Junior Normal Class Representative

Ellen Jenkins House President Wilson Hall

Katie Lee Johnson House President Wilson Hall

Lou Pitts House President Jarvis Hall

Frances Maness House President Jarvis Hall

Minnie Margaret Gorham House President Fleming Hall

Rebecca Pridgen House President Fleming Hall

Hattie Pearl Mallard House President Cotton Hall

Rachel Hurst House President Cotton Hall

Frances Bowen House President Cotton Hall

Margaret Bostic Town Girls' Representative






Frances Newsom

Littleton, N. C.

President Student Government Association






STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL

Lucy LeRoy

Ethel Vick

Margaret Fulton

Janie Outland

Melba O'Brien

Clyde Morton

Thelma Peele

Margaret Martin

Nola Walters

Elizabeth Copeland

Lottie Moore

Josie Hall






STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL

Ellen Jenkins

Katie Lee Johnson

Lou Pitts

Frances Maness

Minnie Margaret Gorham

Rebecca Pridgen

Hattie Pearl Mallard

Rachel Hurst

Frances Bowen

Margaret Bostic






Melba O'Brien

Leaksville, N. C.

President Y.W.C.A.






Y. W. C. A. CABINET

Frances Watson Vice President

Margaret Martin Secretary

Hattie Pearl Mallard Treasurer

Mary Frances Holland World Fellowship

Polly Melvin Religious Education

Margaret Norman Social

Mae McFarland Publicity

Jean Thomas Social Service

Katherine Wallace Morning Watch

Frances Newsom Ex Officio

Edith Marslender Music

Ruth Henderson Teco Echo Reporter






JUNIOR "Y" CABINET

GLEE CLUB






DELTA OMICRON SIGMA

PRIMARY CLUB






TECO ECHO EDITORIAL STAFF

Jennie Green Tayloe Managing Editor

George Willard Sports Editor

Malene Grant Assistant Editor

Isa Costen Grant Assistant Editor

Helen Boomer Assistant Editor

Carolyn Brinkley Assistant Editor

Martha Teal Alumnae Reporter

Elma Joyner Circulation Manager

Blanch White Circulation Manager

Annie Lee Jones Circulation Manager

Frances Edgerton Circulation Manager

Clyde Morton Editor






TECO ECHO BUSINESS STAFF

Chessie Edmdndsos Advertising Manager

Josephine Ranes Advertising Manager

Cynthia Etheridge Circulation Manager

Helen J. Taylor Circulation Manager

Merle Sasseb Circulation Manager

Lois Leake Circulation Manager

Mary Alice Starr Advertising Manager

Elizabeth Wilson Advertising Manager

Billie Yogler Advertising Managt r

Jewel Cole Advertising Manager

Helen Davis Advertising Managt r

Dorothy Hooks Business Manager






EMRESON SOCIETY

OFFICERS

Elizabeth Davis President

Elizaeth Wilson Vice President

Jean Tate Secretary

Norma Melvin Treasurer






EMERSON SOCIETY

SONG

Tune: "Clayton's Grand March"

Oh, Emerson, Society,

Dear old White and Blue!

For you our hearts heat 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 ice are the Emersons,

Boosting for our clan.

Oh, Emerson! Oh, Emerson!

For you we will always stand!






POE SOCIETY

OFFICERS

Carolyn Brinkley President

Elizabeth Dixon Johnson Vice President

Elizabeth Carswell Secretary

Merle Sasser Treasurer






POE SOCIETY

SONG

Oft, 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.






LANIER OFFICERS

OFFICERS

Janice Jenkins President

Louise James Vice President

Eloise Bone Secretary

Elizabeth Gurley 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!






Katherine Hinson

Kinston, N. C.

Chief Marshal, Lanier Society






Lanier Society Marshals

Janice Jenkins

Rebecca Pridgen

Ellen Jenkins

Clara MacMarlin

Rachel Stone






Emerson Society Marshals

Beatrice Hammond

Thelma Peele

Virginia Akers

Jean Thomas

Eloise Burch






Poe Society Marshals

Frances Monk

Helen Davis

Maragaret Fullon

Hadilene Coley

Jewel Cole











BOOK IV

FEATURES





















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Andrews, S. C.

KATIE LEE JOHNSON

Fuqnay Springs, N. C.

HENRIETTA CROWE

Faison, N. C.

JOY BE LOATCHE

Boykins, Va.

LUCY BARROW

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