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The Tecoan 1938

Date: 1938 | Identifier: 50-01-1938
1938 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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1938

The Tecoan





















The 1938 TECOAN






The TECO

PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE STUDENT BODY OF

EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE, GREENVILLE, N.C.






1938

MARGARET DAVIS- EDITOR

MILDRED McDONALD, BUS. MGR.

AN






FOUNDERS AND BUILDERS OF EA

Forward

The founders and builders of this institution throughout its first quarter of a century never lost sight of its purpose: to train teachers for the public schools of the state. And those who, during the second quarter, are building a larger institution are holding to this same purpose.

"To Serve," the motto of the school, has always been interpreted as serving the state bv giving to the children trained teachers.

The story of the founding and building of the institution, first. East Carolina Teachers Training School changed, in 1021. to Hast Carolina Teachers College, may be seen through the work of six men - three who may be called founders and three, builders.

The idea of a teachers training school took shape in the mind of one, a superintendent, W. H. Ragsdale. A statesman who caught the idea, T. J. Jarvis, knew how to present it to the people. It came into the hands of a legislator, J. L. Fleming, who was capable of steering it through the legislature until it became a bill.






ST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE

The master builder who wrought with more lasting materials than the brick and mortar was Robert H. Wright. He wisely chose as two of his fellow-workmen C. W. Wilson and II. E. Austin. The former was a native of the state who knew her people well. The latter, because of his experience in a teacher-training institution in another state, seemed peculiarly fitted for a place in this one.

These men are gone, but their work is being carried on. Some idea of the con- tributions they made and the building of this institution can be seen at intervals throughout the book ; its growth is magnified in the pages between. Thus, we could not find a more fitting theme than "Founders and Builders of East Carolina Teachers College."

CONTENTS

The COLLEGE-The CLASSES

ACTIVITIES-ATHLETICS

FEATURES-Adverstisements






DEDICATION

To the Charter Members of the faculty of East Carolina Teachers College who, as co-workers with the president, helped lay the foundation of this institution, we, the student body of East Carolina Teachers College gratefully dedicate the 1938 Tecoan.

Much of the influence radiating from this institution to the schools of North Carolina is the result ui their love, their sacrifices, and their wise guidance of the many generations of students whom they have inspired.











THOMAS JORDAN JARVIS

1836-1915

This institution was the realization of the vision of the young man and the culmination of the life work of Thomas J. Jarvis. He was the first really "Educational Governor" in the south and for six years, served asgovernor of North Carolina. He was, for a generation, her "Grand Old Man".

In his inaugural address he appealed to all men of all faiths and creeds and par- ties to work for the education of all the children of the state. "This, I regard as of the very first importance, for without it. all our efforts in other directions will be in vain." He followed this appeal by one for better and wider facilities for the training of teachers which he considered an essential factor in the work of public education. In the years that followed much progress was made, but it remained for Governor Jar- vis' last years to see the establishment of the first institution in the state for the sole purpose of training teachers.

The bill establishing the school was passed by the General Assembly in the win- ter of 1907. In Greenville the location of it was definitely settled. In the shaping of the bill and in the location of the school, Governor Jarvis' influence was outstanding.

He was made chairman of the Building Committee and it was he who turned the first shovel of soil in the laying of the cornerstone, July 2, 1908. It was due largely to his personal supervision that the buildings were ready for the opening of the school, October 5, 1909. He was a member of the Board of Trustees from the first and, as Chairman of the Executive Committee, he served the school until his death.

This institution was the object of his love and labor. In it he was permitted to see the accomplishment of the object which became the dominant purpose of his life - better educational facilities for the children of North Carolina.

"He was a wise statesman as well as a shrewd politician of seasoned experience."






The COLLEGE

"HE WAS A WISE STATESMAN AS WELL AS A SHREWD POLITICIAN OF SEASONED EXPERIENCE"











MAIN ENTRANCE






TOWARD THE POWER HOUSE






WRIGHT BUILDING






COTTEN HALL






BY THE LAKE-SIDE






WEST FROM WILSON HALL






LIBRARY AND ADM. BLDG.






1907

LEON RENFREW MEADOWS President

Appreciation of the poetic both in literature and life; calm analytic acceptance of daily events as they occur; a cheery smile; a cordial greeting; a wholesome fellowship with one and all; strong faith in the value of teacher-training - these are distinctive characteristics of Leon Renfrew Meadows as a man, a teacher, and an administrator. Louisiana claims him as a native son and North Carolina welcomed him as an adopted son at the time she established East Carolina Teachers College with which he has been connected since 1909 as teacher of English, head of the English department, director of the summer school, and president. The influence of his instruction and his personality has helped ennoble the lives of thousands of alumni of "The College''. His life and work grow more and more firmly into the fiber of E. C. T. C. year by year, and, like Tennyson's Brook, will go on forever.






1938

ANNIE L. MORTON

Dean of Women

More than Dean of Women, Miss Morton is a friend to the students on the campus. She lives in the lite of each one. Their happiness is her happiness; their success, her success; their sorrow, her sorrow; their problems, her problems.

Not only does Miss Morten keep track of "her girls" while they are here, but knows where they are and wliat they are- doing after they leave. She so lives the life of each student that one is not surprised to return to the campus after months, and even years, and have Miss Morton greet her by name. There is something gained from her friendship not to be found in books.

HERBERT ReBARKER

Dean of Men

Coming to East Carolina Teachers Colege in 1928 as Director of Instruction in Mathematics, Dr. ReBarker is well qualified for the position. As Dean of Men he is thoroughly democratic and inspires the confidence of all those with whom he deals. He is always willing and ready to offer advice and is deliberate in his criticism.

To the students, particularly the men students, he is an ideal. In him they find a true friend who is kindly, learned, austere, possessed of the dignified reserve of a scholar and the sympathetic geniality of a gentleman; he has achieved the highest of rewards, the love and admiration of both student body and faculty.






1907

First Row-Meadows, Grigsby, Turner, Hooper, Baughn.

Second Row-Jenkins, Deal, Frank, Rose, Hilldrup.

Third Row-Hollar, Alexander, Norton, Kuykendall, Gorrell.

Firth Row-Dormer, Tabor, Clark, Ivey, Picklesimer.

Leon R. Meadows, Ph.D.- Director of Instruction, English.

Lois G. Grigsby, M.A.-English.

Lucile Turner, Ph.D. - English.

Emma L. Hooper, M.A.- English.

Denver Ewing Baughan, Ph.D. - English.

Mamie E. Jenkins, M.A. - English.

Ralph C. Deal, M.A.- Director of Instruction, Foreign Language.

A. D. Frank, Ph.D.- Director of Instruction, History.

Laura T. Rose, M.A. - History.

Robert LeRoy Hilldrup, Ph.D.- History.

E. C. Hollar, M.A.- History.

J. D. Alexander. M .A.-Athletic Coach, Physical Education.

Lucille Norton, M.A.- Physical Education

Gussie Kuykendall, B.S.- Director of Instruction, Public School Music.

Lois V. Gorrell, Piano.

Mary D. Dormer. A.B.- Piano.

Dean C. Tabor, M.A. - Public School Music.

Mary Merry Clark, U.A.-Home Economics.

Rosaline Ivev, M.A. - Home Economics.

P.W. Picklesimer, M. A.- Director of Instruction, Geography.






1938

W. A. Brown, Ph.D.- Geography.

James B. Cummings, M.A. Geography.

R. I. Slav. Ph.D.- Director of Instruction, Science.

Helen Spangler, Ph.D. -Science.

Elizabeth Brown Chase, Ph.D. -Science.

Daniel R. Stull, Ph.D.- Science.

Mary Caughey, M.A. - Science.

Kate W. Lewis, M.A. Director of Instruction, Public School . Irt.

E. R. Browning, M.Ed. - Commerce

Velma Wooldridge Lowe, M.S. - Commerce.

Lena C. Ellis, M.A. - Commerce.

Paul A. Toll, Ph.D.- Economics and Education.

E. I.. Henderson, PhD.- Director of Instruction, Education and Supervision.

Beechei Flanagan, Ph.D.- Economics and Government.

Carl L. Adams, Ph.D., Director of Instruction, Education and Psychology.

Annie C. Newell, M.A. - Education and Psychology.

Lucile Charlton, M.A. - Education and Psychology.

Hubert C. Haynes, Ph.D.- Education.

Dora E. Coates, M.A.- Primary Education

Herbert ReBarker, Ph.D.- Director of Instruction, Mathematics.

First Row-Brown, Cummings, Slay, Spangler, Chase.

Second Row-Stull, Caughey, Lewis, Browning, Lowe.

Third Row-Ellis, Toll, Hendrson, Flanagan, Adams.

Fourth Row-Newell, Charlton, Haynes, Coats, ReBarker.






1907

First Row-Williams, Mulholland, Bowen, Rogers, Schnopp.

Second-Bryan, Fleming, Tuley, Johnston, Nulton.

Third-Golphin, Browning, Rainwater, Savage, Hyman.

Fourth-Plumb, Wahl.

Louise Williams. M.A. - Mathematics.

V. M. Mulholland, M.A.- Critic Teacher. English.

Mrs. Maude B. Bowen, A.B. - Critic Teacher, English.

Evelyn Rogers, A.B. - Critic Teacher, Home Economics

Jessie Schnopp, M.A.- Critic Teacher, Home Economics

T. C. Bryan, A.M.- Critic Teacher. History.

Robert Sugg Fleming, M.A. - Critic Teacher, Science.

Mrs. Herbert Utley, M.A. - Critic Teacher, Mathematics.

Christine Johnston, M.A.- Critic Teacher, Second grade.

Lucy Nulton, M.A.- Critic Teacher, Second Grade.

Louise Golphin, A.B.- Critic Teacher, Fourth Grade.

Alma Browning, M.A.- Fourth grade.

Cleo Rainwater, M.A. - Fifth Grade.

Mrs. T. L. Savage, M.A.- Third Grade.

Elizabeth Hyman, M.A.- Sixth Grade.

Kathleen Plumb, M.A.- Seventh tirade.

Frances Wahl. M.A.- Principal training School.






1938

Mrs. Luella L. Stancill. M.S. - Critic Teacher, Third Grade.

Elizabeth C. Smith. A.B.- Assistant Dean of Women.

Inward J. McGinnis, Ph.D.- Registrar

F. D. Duncan. B.S.- Treasurer.

Mrs. Mildred Owens Secretary.

Rufus Johnson, B.S. - Bookkeeper.

Ola S. Ross- Assistant Registrar.

Mrs. Roy Barrett - Secretary to President

James R. Gulledge, M.A. - Librarian.

Margaret Sammon, A.B. - Assistant Librarian

Sue H. Bowden- Dormitory Matron.

Ruth White- Dormitory Matron.

Arley V. Moore- Housekeeper.

William McHenry- Superintendent o; Grounds.

Stella Grogan- Superintendent of In firmory.

Mary Lea Smith- Assistant Superintend

Mrs. L. L. Rives-Stewardess.

First Row- Stancill, Smith, McGinnis, Duncan, Owens.

Second Row- Johnson, Ross, Barrett, Gulledge, Sammon.

Third Row- Bowden, White, Moore, McHenry, Grogan.

Fourth Row- Smith, Rives.






WILLIAM H. RAGSDALE

1855-1914

In the mind of Professor William H. Ragsdale was conceived the idea of a school to he devoted solely to the purpose of fitting teachers for the public schools in the eastern section of North Carolina. As a county superintendent, he knew well how great was the need for better schools, and he steadfastly held to the belief that the trained teacher was the surest way to make the schools better. The idea may have been in other minds, but he did not stop until he had planted the idea in the minds of others and enlisted in the cause those who could give shape and form to it, carrying it through its stages until it was a plant ready for young people who were eager to become good teachers.

His happiest years were those after the realization of his dream, that of a school sending out trained teachers into the rural schools of Eastern North Carolina, had come true.

Professor Ragsdale worked untiringly for its establishment and lived to see the school a force in the educational work of the state and ranking high among the normal schools of the whole country.

It was fitting that his co-workers made Professor Ragsdale a member of the first faculty. To the students, who were prospective teachers, he was an inspiration. He kept them in touch with the actual conditions and problems as he met them daily in the schools of Pitt County. His colleagues were in turn an inspiration to him: he was quick to catch new ideas of worth and put them to work in the country schools.

His practical knowledge of educational affairs, coupled with his years of experience, his sane judgment, optomistic nature, and never-failing tact, made him of inestimable value to the college.

"To him a little child was of greater value than anything of material nature."






The CLASSES

"TO HIM A LITTLE CHILD WAS OF GREATER VALUE THAN ANYTHING OF MATERIAL NATURE"











1938

Roy Barrow President

SENIORS

The class that entered with so much enthusiasm and vigor in '34 has maintained consistently the high ideals and traditions that belong to our college. Always different - yet always excelling - the program of the class has been outstanding. The Freshman trip, the Sophomore theater party, the Sophomore - Senior dance, the Junior - Senior Proms, and the Senior Play have been the high lights of our college life. And as we leave, we take with us our class motto - "Be different, yet excel."

THE TECOAN

ELEANOR RUTH HARDY Vice-President

XYLDA COOPER Secretary

ELIZABETH CAYDEN Treasurer






1907

MAGGIE CRUMPLER Most Dependable

INEX ABERTNETHY

FUQUAY SPRINGS, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4

ESTELLE ADAMS

COLERAIN, N.C.

Primary Education

LALLAH LORAINE ADLER

MOREHEAD CITY, N.C.

French and English

Science Club 1; Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4; English Club 3, 4; Superlative 4.

MARY KATHRYN ALBRITTON

SNOW HILL, N.C.

History and Science

Science CLub 1, 2, 3, 4; Lanier Society 2, 3

JARVIS ALLEN

GREENVILLE, N.C.

History and French

BERNICE LOUISE ALTON

WINDSOR, N.C.

Y.W.C.A. 1; Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Emerson Society 1, 2.

HOWARD E. AMAN

JACKSONVILLE, N.C.

History and Science

Wake Forest College 1; Tau Sigma Sigma 2; Secretary-Treasurer 2; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Historian 3; Poe Society 3, 4; Science CLub 3, 4; Men's Studen Goverment Association 4; Secretary 4.

LILLIAN AMBROSE

BELHAVEN, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Superlative 4

JOSEPHINE AMBROSE

BELHAVEN, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Superlative 4.

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1938

SENIORS






1907

ETHELYNDE BALLANGE

LAKE LANDING, N. C.

English and French

Poe Society 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Writer's Club 3.

HELEN BARNHILL

ROBERSONVILLE, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

ROY BARROW

LA GRANGE, N.C.

Mathematics and Science

Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-Presient 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Baseball 1, 2; Men's Studentt Goverment Association 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; President Class 4.

BIRTTRUM BATEMAN

AYDEN, N.C.

Mathematics and Science

Phi Sigma Pi; Science Club 2, 3, 4;

MILDRED BECTON

KINSTON, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Science Club 3; Home Economics Club 3

BERNICE ELIZABETH BELCHE

RICH SQUARE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

MARY LILY BEST

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1; Vice-President Senior Normal Class 2; Proctor 4

RACHEL BISSETTE

BAILEY, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4

NANCY WILSON BLALOCK

FAIRMONT, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 3; Y.W.C.A. 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4.

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1938

SENIORS






1907

LOUISE BRITT Most Intellectual

KATY ETTA BLAND

WHITAKERS, N.C.

Primary Education

W.A.A. 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Procotr 1, 2, 3; Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4

JOSEPH C. BRAXTON

LA GRANGE, N.C.

History and Science

University of North Carolina 1; Teco Echo Staff 2; Sports Editor 3; Vice-President 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class Play 4; Junior Nomral Class Play 3; Senior Class Play 4; Varsity Club Minstrel 3, 4; Football 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4

FANNIE BREWER

CLARKSVILLE, TENN.

English and History

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Senior "Y" Cabinet 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; English CLub 2, 3, 4; President 4; Treasurer 3; Proctor 2; Student Government Council 3; Entertainment Committee 3, 4; TECOAN Staff 3; Class Representative 4; Senior Play 4; American College Yearbook 4

LOUISE BRITT

COLERAIN, N.C.

History and English

Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Teco Echo Staff 2, 3; Senior "Y" Cabinet 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3; English Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Superlative 4.

W.E. CAIN

WHITE OAKS, N.C.

History and Science

WORTH CHAUNCEY CALFEE

BELHAVEN, N.C.

Social Science and History

Football 1, 2; Varsity Minstrel 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Superlative 4.

HOWARD PRIMROSE CARPENTER

NEW BERN, N.C.

Science and History

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Archery Championship 3; TECOAN Staff 4; Vice-President M.S.G.A. 4; Phi Simga Pi 4; Vice-President 4; Superlative 4; American College Yearbook 4.

MOLLIE CARTWRIGHT

BATH, N.C.

Grammar Grade

BETTIE CASTELLOE

WINDSOR, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Bertie County Club 1; Poe Society 1.

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1938

SENIORS






1907

NETA LEE TOWNSEND Prettiest

LOUISE CATES

TIMBERLAKE, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Y.W.C.A. 1

CATHERINE CHEEK

GRAHAM, N.C.

Primary Education

Campbell College 1, 2; Teco Echo 3; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; Senior "Y" Cabinet 4; Glee Club 3, 4; A.C.E. 4; B.S.U. President 4.

MILDRED CLAY

WHITAKERS, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Campbell College 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 4

MARY ANNA CLIFTON

LOUISBURG, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College 1, 2; Lanier Society 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Feature 4; Senior Play 4; Superlative 4.

SUSIE GRAY COBB

FREMONT, N.C.

History and English

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; English CLub 2, 3, 4;

HADILENE COLEY

STANTONSBURG, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 2; Basketball 1, 2; Business Manager of W.A.A. 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4

XYLDA COOPER

WALLACE, N.C.

History and Mathematics

President Class 1; Mathematics CLub 1, 2, 3 ,4; President 3; Member Chapel Committee 2; Secretary Class 4; Treasurer S.G.A. 2; Superlative 4; American College Yearbook 4

ELIZABETH COPELAND

AHOSKIE, N.C.

English and History

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Student Goverment Council 1, 2; President Class 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Senor "Y" Cabinet 2, 3, 4; President Y.W.C.A. 4; S.S.C. Delegate 3; State "Y" Cabinet Delegate 3; Superlative 4; American College Yearbook 4

CARRIE COTTEN

STEM, N.C.

Grammar Grade

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1938

SENIORS






1907

CHAUNCEY CALFEE Most Handsome

MURRELL COULTER

NEWTON, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Mars Hill College 1, 2; Home Economics Club 3, 4

MARY B. COX

STANTONSBURG, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 2; A.C.E. 3, 4

MAGGIE CRUMPLER

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.

English and History

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Senior "Y" Cabinet 4; English Club 3, 4; Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; TECOAN Staff 1, 2, 3; Editor TECOAN 3; N.C.C.P.A. Delegate 2, 3; Marshal 4; Superlative 4

JIMMIE CULLENS

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Business Staff TECOAn 2.

ALINE DAILEY

NEW CHURCH, VIRGINIA

History and French

Averett College 1; Campbell College 2; Phi Sigma 3, 4

EFFIE MOORE DARDEN

JACKSONVILLE, N.C.

Primary Education

EMMA ELIZABETH DAUGHTRY

RICH SQUARE, N.C.

Mathematics and History

Chowan college 1, 2; Mathematics CLub 3, 4

ALLEAN DAVIS

FREMONT, N.C.

Grammar Grade

ELIZABETH DAVIS

WILMINGTON, N.C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. 4; A.C.E. 4; Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4

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1938

SENIORS






1907

PRIMROSE CARPENTER Best Dancer

, boy

LOUISE DAVIS

MILWAUKEE, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Lanier Society 1, 2; Entertainment Committee 1, 2, 3, 4

TEMPIE DAVIS

WHITAKERS, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Mars Hill College 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 4

MARGARET ELIZABETH DAVIS

BURGAW, N.C.

Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Glee Club 1; B.S.U. Council 1, 2; Chorister 1; W.A.A. 1; Chapel Committee 2; Mathematics CLub 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; inter-Scoeity Committee 3; Assistant Student Treasurer 2, 3; Student Treasurer4; Budget Committee 3, 4; TECOAN Staff 3; Feature 3; Editor-in-Cheif TECOAN 4; N.C.C.P.A. Delegate 3, 4; Publications Board 4; Superlative 4; American College Yearbook 4.

SAMUEL BURGWIN DEES

GREENVILLE, N.C.

Mathematics and History

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Phi Sigma Pi 4; History Club 4; Presdient 4.

GRAY DEWAR

FUQUAY SPRINGS, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society 1; Secretary A.C.E. 3; Treasurer A.C.E. 4; M.S.A. Cabinet 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 4

HELEN JOSEPHINE DOWNING

ELIZABETHTOWN, N.C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. 1; Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Teco Echo Staff 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3; A.C.E. 3; Proctor 3; Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4

MADELINE EAKES

OXFORD, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Campbell College 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Granville County Club 3, 4; B.S.U. Council 4.

EUNICE MAE EDWARDS

GOLDSBORO, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College 1, 2

FLORIDA EDWARDS

NEWPORT, N.C.

Primary Education

St. Petersburg Junior College 1, 2; Poe society 3, 4

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1938

SENIORS






1907

AMBROSE TWINS Best Dancers, girls

JEANNETTE EDWARDS

AYDEN, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Superlative 4

MILDRED EDWARDS

HAMLET, N.C.

English and Science

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; English 3, 4; Vice-President Class 2; TECOAN Staff 3; English Club Representative 4; Teco Echo Reporter 3; Chapel Committee 3; Chairman 4; Charter member Writers' Club 3, 4;

MAY JOHNSON EURE

AYDEN, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society 1, 2; Superlative 4

DORIS EVERETTE

ROBERSONVILLE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

FRANCIS FEREBEE

NEW BERN, N.C.

History and Science

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; Varsity minstrel 2, 3, 4; Phi sigma Pi 3, 4; President 4; Superlative 4; Senior Play 4

JULIA FOLEY

GREENVILLE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

MRS. THERALDINE HENRY FORBES

WINTERVILLE, N.C.

Primary Education

GRACE FREEMAN

MOREHEAD CITY, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 2; Cheif Marshal 4; A.C.E. 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; Feature 4; Superlative 4; American College Yearbook 4

MELROSE GARDENER

DUNN, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4

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1938

SENIORS






1907

LOUISE N. MARTIN Most Studious

ELIZABETH GILLAM

WINDSOR, N.C.

History and French

Y.W.C.A. 1; Emerson Society 1, 2; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4

LOUISE GOOCH

OXFORD, N.C.

Primary Education

Granville Co. Club 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2

JOSEPHINE ANDERSON GREER

MURFREESBORO, N.C.

Grammar Grade

MARIE GREGORY

ANGIER, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Meredith College 1; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Social Service Committee 3; House President 4; M.S.U. 3, 4

MARY KATHRYN GRIFFIN

WOODLAND, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4

MARGARET SUSAN GRIGGS

MORVEN, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 2, 3; M.S.A. 3, 4; Group Captain 3; House President 4; A.C.E. 4

NANCY LOUISE GRIGGS

RALEIGH, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, 4; Group Leader 4; M.S.A. 3, 4

IULA HALL

ROSEBORO, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 4

JOSIE WARD HALL

WALLACE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Council Representative 1; Secretary Student Council 2; Vice-President 3; N.C.S.F.A. Conference 2, 3; Chairman Social Committee 4; Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Superlative 4; American College yearbook 4.

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1938

SENIORS






1907

REBECCA WATSON Most Popular

MILDRED HAMILTON

MAGNOLIA, N.C.

Primary Education

MARY HELEN HAMMOND

COMFORT, N.C.

Grammar Grade

ELEANOR RUTH HARDY

MAUREY, N.C.

Primary Education

Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 4; Science Club 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2; Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3, 4; President M.S.A. 4; Vice-President Class 4.

APRYL JOYCE HARRELL

WILMINGTON, N.C.

History and English

Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Poe Society 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Writer's Club 3; English Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4.

EDNA CLAIRE HEMBY

SNOW HILL, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Town Girls Club 1; Emerson Society 2

MARILYN HENDERSON

MAYSVILLE, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Senior "Y" Cabinet 2; M.S.A. Delegate 3; A.C.E. 4; W.A.A. 4

ELOISE HESTER

HURDLE MILLS, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Poe society 1, 2, 3, 4

CLIFFIE HOBGOOD

OXFORD, N.C.

French and English

Granville Co. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; English club 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4;

SADIE HOCUTT

ZEBULON, N.C.

Primary Education

Meredith College 1; Poe society 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 4

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1938

SENIORS






1907

JOSIE HALL Best All-Round

JUANITA HOELL

GRIMESLAND, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1

ALLEGRA HOGAN

ELLERBE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Wingate Jr. College 1

HATTIE HOLLAND

ST. PAULS, N.C.

Mathematics and Science

Lanier society 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Y.W.C.A. 3; Student Goverment 4; American College yearbook

ANNA MAE HOLLIDAY

GREENVILLE, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 4

MARIE HOLMES

MT. OLIVE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

JOSEPHINE HOUSE

BETHEL, N.C.

Primary Education

ELIZABETH HOWARD

ST. PAULS, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1, 2; House President 3

INEZ HUBBARD

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Poe society 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2; M.S.A. 3, 4; Secretary 3; Group Captain Chariman 4; Chapel Committee 4

MARGARET HUMPHREY

ST. PAULS, N.C.

Primary Education

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1938

SENIORS






1907

MAY JOHNSON EURE Most Personality

MARGIE HUMPHREY

BEAUFORT, N.C.

French and English

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2.

ELIZABETH JAMES

BETHEL, N.C.

Grammar Grade

GERALD D. JAMES

BETHEL, N.C.

Social Science

Poe Society 2, 3, 4; Pitt Co. Club 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Football 4.

JOHN E. JENKINS

AYDEN, N.C.

History and Science

Science Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4;

CHARLOTTE JOHNSTON

WHITAKERS, N.C.

Primary Education

JAMES JOHNSON

RALEIGH, N.C.

History and Science

Poe Society 2, 3, 4; Captain 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 3, 4; Athletic Award 32, 3; Science Club 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; Minstrel 1, 2, 3; Boxing Coach 4

LUCILLE JOHNSON

SMITHFIELD, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Louisburg College 1, 2; Emerson Society 3, 4; Teco Echo Staff 3; Publications board 3; Cheer Leader 3; Proctor 4

THELMA JONES

GREENVILLE, N.C.

Mathematics and History

ELIZABETH KEEL

ROBERSONVILLE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1

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1938

SENIORS






1907

DORIS MEWBORN Most Original

LETA MAE LAMM

WILSON, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4

BERTHA LANG

FARMVILLE, N.C.

English and French

Secretary Class 1; Treasurer Class 2; English Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 4; Superlative 4

AULINE LANIER

CHINQUAPIN, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society 1, 2, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 3; A.C.E. 4

MELVIN LAHSURE

NIAGRA FALLS, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Pottsdam Normal School 1, 2; A.S.T.C. 3

ELIZABETH LAYDEN

ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.

History and French

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2; Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Presdient 4; Proctor 3, 4; Treasurer Class 4

AGNES LEE

FUQUAY SPRINGS, N.C.

Campbell College 1; A.C.E. 3, 4

BIRMA LEE

ARAPOHOE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Y.W.C.A. 1; W.A.A. 2; Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4

MAVIS LEWIS

ROPER, N.C.

Primary Education

MAJORIE LLOYD

HILLSBORO, N.C.

Grammar Grade

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1938

SENIORS






1907

MARGIE STANFIELD Most Individual

RUBY LYNCH

MILL SPRING, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

MARY LOIS McDONALD

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.

English and French

Pineland Jr. College 1; Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Poe Society 2

MARY CARSON McGEE

MONROE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U. 2; Treasurer 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Choir 1; House President 4

MARGARET McKINNEY

ELLENBORO, N.C.

English and French

Boiling Springs Jr. College 1, 2, ; English Club 3, 4; Teco Echo Representative 4; Phi Sigma 3, 4; Secretary 4; Lanier Society 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; W.A.A. 4; Chapel Committee 4; Writers Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Senior Play 4

GLADYS MALPASS

WILMINGTON, N.C.

Primary Education

Campbell College 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 4; Glee Club 4; A.C.E. 4

ELLA BONNER MANN

LAKE LANDING, N.C.

English and History

Y.W.C.A. 1; Poe Society 1, 2, 3; Phi Sigma 2, 3; English Club 2, 3

HANNAH MARTIN

SANFORD, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Techo Echo Staff 1, 2; Lanier Society 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1

LOUISE NELSON MARTIN

SANFORD, N.C.

Primary Education

Council Representative 1; Techo Echo Staff 1; Business Manager 2; N.C.C.P.A. Delgate 2; N.S.F. 2; W.A.A. 1; Y.W.C.A. 1; Emerson Society 1, 2, 3; A.C.E. 3; Superlative 4

DAISY BELLE MAULTSBY

BOLIVIA, N.C.

Primary Education

Flora MacDonald College 1, 2; Poe Society 3, 4;

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1938

SENIORS






1907

ROY BARROW Most Loyal

ANNIE LAURIE MELVIN

ELIZABETHTOWN, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Wingate Junior college 1, 2; Emerson Society 4; Y.W.C.A. 4

DORIS MEWBORN

SNOW HILL, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Feature 4; Superlative 4

IDA WOOTEN MEWBORN

LA GRANGE, N.C.

English and French

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Proctor 4

EDITH ELOISE MODLIN

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.

History and French

Louisburg College 1, 2; Lanier Society 3, 4; W.A.A. 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; Phi sigma 3, 4

OPHELIA MONTAGUE

DENNISTON, VA.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 3

EUNICE MOORE

AYDEN, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

JANE MOORE

BETHEL, N.C.

French and English

ZIBA HELEN MORGAN

CREEDMOOR, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Granville County Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2; President 3

ANNIE LEE MOZINGO

SELMA, N.C.

Primary Education

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1938

SENIORS






1907

FRANCIS FEREBEE Best Athlete, boy

MARGARET MULLEN

GATES, N.C.

Grammar Grade

CHRISTINE NELSON

VANCEBORO, N.C.

Grammar Grade

LUCILLE NEWTON

HENDERSON, N.C.

Primary Education

Campbell College 1; Proctor 3; A.C.E. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; B.S.U. Council 4

EUNICE ODOM

LUMBERTON, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1; Y.W.C.A. 1; Roberson County Club 1, 2

LOREN ODOM

LUMBERTON, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Campbell College 1, 2; Roberson County Club 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3; Poe Society 3; Choral Club 4

FRANCES PARRISH

SMITHFIELD, N.C.

Grammar Grade

LILLIE FRANK PEARCE

HENDERSON, N.C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3

GRACE PELT

GOLDSBORO, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier society 1, 2, 3

MARY ALICE PERNELL

LOUISBURG, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1; Music Club 4

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1938

SENIORS






1907

GERALDINE TYSON Best Athlete, girl

EDNA EARLE PERRY

LOUISBURG, N.C.

Primary Education

Louisburg College 1; Emerson Society 2; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Choir 2; Senior "Y" Cabinet 3, 4; Glee CLub 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; House Presdient 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, 4; B.S.U. Council 3, 4

ERNESTINE PERRY

LOUISBURG, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Proctor 2; B.S.U. Council 4

KATHLEEN PERRY

WAKE FOREST, N.C.

Primary Education

Campbell College 1, 2; A.C.E. 4; Reporter 4; Glee Club 4; Y.W.C.A. 4

EMILY BURT PERSON

LOUISBURG, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College 1, 2; Lanier Society 3, 4;

NANCY JANE POOLE

STONEVILLE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Harrisonburg State College 3; Teco Echo Staff 2; TECOAN Staff 2

PAULINE POWELL

RUFFIN, N.C.

Primary Education

DELILAH PREVATTE

WHITEVILLE, N.C.

French and English

Campbell College 1; Poe Society 2, 3, 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma 3, 4

MARGARET L. PRUETTE

GREENVILLE, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics CLub 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Town Girl's Club 1

MARIE PUCKETT

HENDERSON, N.C.

Primary Education

Campbell College 1, 2; Wake Forest Summer School; A.C.E. 3, 4; Glee Club 4; B.S.U. Council 4

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1938

SENIORS






1907

LALLAH ADLER Wittiest

KENNETH QUERNELL

MASSENA, N. Y.

Appalachian State Teachers College (2, 3); Football (4) ; Boxing (4) ; Varsity Club (4).

BEATRICE S. REAVES

WARSAW, N.C.

Mathematics and Commerce

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 2; Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 3, 4, president 3; TECOAN Representative 4; House President 4

LEWIS ReBARKER

GREENVILLE, N.C.

Mathematics and Science

Poe Society 1; Mathematics Club 1; Men's Student Goverment Assocation 3; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4, Assistant Secretary 3, Secretary 4; Orchestra 3; Teco Echo Staff 4

ALICE HAVENS REAVES

LOUISBURG, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College 1, 2

LELIA BLANCHE ROBERTSON

KNIGHTDALE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Emerson Society 1, 2

JANIE MAE ROBINSON

MONROE, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Wingate Junior College 1; Poe society 2, 3, 4; Home Economics CLub 3, 4

MARGUERITE ROGERSON

GREENVILLE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

MACKENZIE ROSS

LILLINGTON, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

EDNA ROUSE

KINSTON, N.C.

Mathematics and Science

Campbell College 1, 2; Poe Society 3; Mathematics Club 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4.

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1938

SENIORS






1907

JEANNETTE EDWARDS Friendliest

LILY BELL ROUSE

LA GRANGE, N.C.

History and French

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Phi Sigma 2, 3; B.S.U. Council 2, 3; Proctor 2, 3.

FAYE ROWELL

GARYSBURG, N.C.

Grammar Grade

MILDRED SATTERWHITE

OXFORD, N.C.

Mathematics and History

Lanier Society 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1; Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary Class 3; Proctor 3; Granville County Club 1, 2, 3, 4

CORNELIA SCOTT

MILTON, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3; Secretary Class 2

MARY LYON SHOTWELL

STOVALL, N.C.

Mathematics and History

Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 2; Lanier society 1, 2, 3; Secretary Class 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; House president 3; Social committee 3; President Granville County Club 3

MARY ALICE SIMMONS

POLKTON, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson society 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; marshal 3; President 4; Social Committee 3; Secretary Methodist Student Association 4

ELIZABETH SINGLETARY

ELIZABETHTOWN, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Y.W.C.A. 1; Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4

BERTHA SMITH

HOPE MILLS, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Campbell College 1; Lanier Society 2

CORABOB SMITH

AYDEN, N.C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. 1, 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; Superlative 4; Feature 3

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1938

SENIORS






1907

BERTHA LANG Cutest

ELMER L. SMITH

AYDEN, N.C.

History and Social Science

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Athletic Assocation 1; Pitt County Club 3; Tau Sigma Sigma 3

MARY ELIZABETH SMITH

FARMVILLE, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Social Committee 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Home Economics CLub 1, 2, 3, 4

DELLA CLAIRE SNIPES

AHOSKIE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

GRACE MARIE SPENCER

SCRANTON, N.C.

Science, French, and Mathematics

Emerson Society 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1; Mathematics Club 1, 2.

NANCY B. SPERLING

SHELBY, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Boiling Springs College 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3; Lanier Society 3, 4; A.C.E. 4; Senior Play 4

CATHERINE SPRUILL

HENDERSON, N.C.

English and History

English Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4

MARGIE STANFIELD

ROXBORO, N.C.

French and English

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 2; Science Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma 3, 4; Superlative 4

DOROTHY STEADMAN

PINETOPS, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4

MARGARETTE STEPHENSON

BENSON, N.C.

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Poe society 1, 2, 3, 4; Johnston County Club 1, 2; A.C.E. 1; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3

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1938

SENIORS






1907

ELIZABETH COPELAND Best Leader

MARY ELIZABETH STOKES

GREENVILLE, N. C.

French and History

Poe Society (1, 2) ; Phi Sigma (3, 4) ; Pitt County Club (1, 2, 3).

THORNTON STOVALL

STOVALL, N.C.

mathematics and science

Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Men's Student Government Assocation 3, president 4

RUBY BLANCHE STOX

WINTERVILLE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

ELIZABETH STUBBS

PEMBROKE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2; Robeson County Club 1, 2; Secretary-Treasurer 2; Choral Club 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3

NELLIE SUTTON

TRENTON, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4

JUNE SWAIN

PINETOWN, N.C.

Primary Education

Appalachian State Teachers College 1; Poe society 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 3, 4.

LOUISE TADLOCK

GREENVILLE, N.C.

History and English

W.C.U.N.C. 1; English Club 3, 4; History CLub 4

GEORGIA TAYLOR

AYDEN, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 4

MARY E. TAYLOR

WHITAKERS, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Blackstone College for Girls 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 3; M.S.A. 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4

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1938

SENIORS






1907

MARY EVELYN THOMPSON Most Musical

VELMA THOMAS

JACKSONVILLE, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Campbell college 1, 2

CATHERINE THOMPSON

FAISON, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society

MARY EVELYN THOMPSON

PRINCETON, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1; Glee Club Accompanist 2, 3, 4; Pianist M.S.A. 4; Superlative 4

ROUTH HINES THOMPSON

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Appalachian state Teachers College 1; Lanier Society 2, 3; W.A.A. 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3; Home Economics Club 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3; M.S.A. 2, 3.

JANICE ELIZABETH TOLSON

SWANSBORO, N.C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Deparment 1, 2, 3, 4; Accompanis Violin Ensemble 3; A.C.E. 4

MARJORIE TOPPING

BELHAVEN, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; Y.W.C.A. 1; Home Economics CLub 2, 3, 4

NETA LEE TOWNSEND

FARMVILLE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

W.A.A. 1; Lanier Society 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Feature 4; Superlative 4

GERALDINE TYSON

ST. PAULS, N.C.

History and English

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; English Club 3, 4; Proctor 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Business manager 2; Superlative 4

KATY IRIS VINSON

ROSEBORO, N.C.

English and History

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1938

SENIORS






1907

GRACE FREEMAN Most Stylish

LUCILLE WALLER

KINSTON, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

LOUISE WARREN

COLEMAN FALLS, VA

Home Economics and Science

REBECCA WATSON

JONESBORO, N.C.

Lanier Society 1, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 4. Y.W.C.A. 4; Senior "Y" Cabinet 4; Class S.G.A. Representative 2; House President 3; Assistant Editor Handbook 3; Delegate S.F.A.S.G. 3; Delgate N.C.S.F. 3; Delegate N.C.S.L. 4; Delegate N.S.F.A. 4; President Women's Student Government Assocation 4; Superlative 4; American College Yearbook 4

NANNIE WHELESS

LOUISBURG, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics CLub 1; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4

MARY JEANETTE WHITE

MAXTON, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Presbyterian Junior College 1; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4

ELOISE WHITEHURST

ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.

Primary Education

MARIE WHITEHURST

STOKES, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1, 2

CLARA WILLIAMS

GREENVILLE, N.C.

English and Science

Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4

GRACE LOU WILLIAMSON

CHADBOURNE, N.C.

Primary Education

W.C.U.N.C. 1, 2; A.C.E. 4

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1938

SENIORS






1907

XYLDA COOPER Most Talented

SUDIE B. WILLIAMSON

CERRO GORDO, N. C.

Science and History

Emerson Society 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporte 3; Y.W.C.A. 1; TECOAN Representative 3; TECOAN Staff 4

ANNIE PEARL WILSON

SHELBY, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Boiling Springs Junior College 1, 2; Lanier Sociery 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; W.A.A. 4; A.C.E. 4

ELIZABETH WILSON

LOUISBURG, N.C.

Grammar Grade

MILDRED WILSON

CLINTON, N.C.

Grammar Grade

Pineland Junior college 1, 2

SUSIE WOODRUFF

WHITAKERS, N.C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4

FRANCES WOOLARD

GREENVILLE, N.C.

Grammar Grade

CHARLES SPRINGER WOOTEN

GREENVILLE, N.C.

History and English

Poe society 1, 2, 3, 4; M.S.A. Delegate 2, 3; English Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4

FRANK MARION WOOTEN

GREENVILLE, N.C.

History and Social Science

Men's Student Government Association 4

WOODROW WOOTEN

FOUNTAIN, N.C.

Social science and History

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1938

SENIORS






1907

MARGARET DAVIS Most Versatile

iMARIE WORTHINGTON

Primary Education

Lanier Society (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Club (1, 4); A. C. E. 1, 2, 4).

ROW ANN YEARGAN

GARNER, N. C.

Primary Education

MARTHA YELVERTON

FREMONT, N. C.

Primary Education

ETHEL JAMES YOUNG

ROSE HILL, N. C.

History and English

Louisburg College ( 1, 2); English Club (3, 4).

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1938

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IN MEMORIAM

MABLE SPRUILL

Born August 26, 1917

Died August 22, 1937

"To know her was to love her And love but her forever; for nature mode her what she was And never mode another."

- Burns






1938

SUSAN EVANS

President

JUNIORS

Climbing higher on the ladder of our college career, we entered in the fall of '37 determined to make this our most successful year. Each member did his part with zeal and enthusiasm; and, as a result, both the Junior-Freshman and the Junior-Senior Prom, the high spots of the year, were a success. As a progressive class, outstanding for its co-operative spirit, we are confident that we shall achieve our goal.

THE TECOAN

RUTH CREEKMORE Vice-President

DORIS TUCKER Secretary

CAROLINE EVANS Treasurer






1907

RUTH ADAMS

FOUR OAKS, N. C.

ELIZABETH ADLEY

DUNN, N.C.

MILDRED ALLEN

MARSHVILLE, N.C.

LETA JO ALLMAN

MARSHALL, N.C.

VIOLA ALPHIN

MOUNT OLIVE, N.C.

SALLIE ANDERSON

HALIFAX, N.C.

DORIS ARMSTRONG

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.

FRANCES ARRINGTON

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.

MARGUERITTE AVERETTE

OXFORD, N.C.

ADRIAN AYERS

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.

CELESTA BALLANCE

KENLY, N.C.

OZELLA BARBOUR

ANGIER, N.C.

HAZEL BARNES

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C

MADELINE BARNES

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.

EDITH BARRETT

FRANKLINTON, N.C.

ALLIENE BASS

NASHVILLE, N.C.

HILDA GRAY BATTEN

SELMA, N.C.

RUTH VIVIAN BATTEN

SELMA, N.C.

IRENE BAUM

KITTY HAWK, N.C.

LETA BEAMAN

SNOW HILL, N.C.

THE TECOAN






1938

JUNIORS






1907

LUCILLE BEAMAN

SNOW HILL, N. c.

MARTHA LEEN BEAMAN

FOUNTAIN, N. C.

LOUISE BECK

RUTH BELCHE

RICH SQUARE, N. C.

LUDELL BELLEFLOWER

PALMVRA, N. C.

LOUISE BLANTON

SHELBY, N.C.

ATHLEA BOONE

LOUISBURG, N. C.

ELLEN DOUGLAS BOONE

JACKSON, N. C.

MILDRED BOYCE

WOODLAND, N. C.

CELESTA BOYETTE

KENLY, N. C.

NORMA LEE BOYETTE

KENLY, N. C.

LOIS BRADY

FREELAND, N. C.

DOROTHY BRAGG

STEM, N. C.

EMILY BRENDLE

BOONVILLE, N. C.

LORRAINE BRIDGERS

WENDELL, N. C.

SARA ELIZABETH BRISTOL

STATESVILLE, N. C.

HATTIE LAURA BRITT

CLINTON, N. C.

ROSA ADRIENNE BROWN

RAEFORD, N. C.

MARGARET BULLARD

NASHVILLE, N.C.

LEO BURKS, Jr.

GREENVILLE, N. C.

THE TECOAN






1938

JUNIORS






1907

ELEANOR BURNEY

AYDEN, N.C.

ETHEL FREEMAN BUTLER

CLINTON, N.C.

ETHEL LEE BYRD

PARKTON, N.C.

MADELINE BYRUM

SUNBURY, N.C.

ALMA CARRAWAY

SNOW HILL, N.C.

VIRGINIA CARRAWAY

FARMVILLE, N.C.

GALDYS CASHWELL

INGOLD, N.C.

VANCE CHADWICK

STRAITS, N.C.

ELIZABETH CHAMBERS

WENTWORTH, N.C.

MARTHA COBB

FARMVILLE, N.C.

ESTALENE COOK

FARMVILLE, N.C.

CLYDE COPPEDGE

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.

MARY CRAVEN

FUQUAY SPRINGS, N.C.

DOLLIE CRAWFORD

RUTH CREEKMOORE

MOYCOCK, N.C.

MABEL GAYE CRISP

AYDEN, N.C.

FRANCES CUTCHIN

WASHINGTON, N.C.

WILLIAM DANIELS

WILMINGTON, N.C.

BOBBIE DAVIS

SOUTHPORT, N.C.

JUANITA DAVIS

MIDDLESEX, N.C.

THE TECOAN






1938

JUNIORS






1907

LULA MAE DAVIS

RALEIGH, N.C.

GRACE DAWSON

KINSTON, N. C.

MARIE DAWSON

ALLIANCE, N. C.

GERALD DeMOND

GREENVILLE, N. C.

CATHERINE DENSON

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.

GENEVIEVE EAKES

CLINTON, N.C.

FLOYD EAMON

MASSENA. N. Y.

FLORINE EDWARDS

NEWPORT, N. C.

LOUISE ELAM

OXFORD, N. C.

MARIE ELDRIDGE

DUNN, N.C.

LENA MAE ETHERIDGE

WHITAKERS, N. C.

MADELINE EURE

RODUCO, N. C.

CAROLINE EVANS

WINDSOR, N. C.

EDITH EVANS

KILFORD, N. C.

SUSAN EVANS

ST. PAULS, N. C.

OSSIE FAIRCLOTH

AUTRYVILLE, N.C.

EVELYN FARMER

YANCEYVILLE, N. C.

ANNIE B. FARRIOR

WILLARD, N.C.

MARY ALICE FELTON

HERTFORD, N. C.

REBECCA FINCH

BAILEY, N. C.

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193 8

JUNIORS






1907

MILDRED FISHER

BATTLEBORO, N. C.

ELIZABETH ELEETWOOn

MARS HILL, N. C.

MARY BELLE FLEMING

GREENVILLE, N.C.

HELEN FOLEY

GREENVILLE, N. C.

MARY ALICE FRANKLIN

STEM, N. C.

MILDRED FREEMAN

COLERAIN, N. C.

LOTTIE GADDY

PEACHLAND, N. C.

GLADYS GASKINS

COVE CITY, N.C.

MARTHA JANE GATES

GREENVILLE, N.C.

ELLA DILL GIBBS

SWAN QUARTER, N.C.

CELIA GRANTHAM

GOLDSBORO, N. C.

EMMA GLADYS GRAY

STOKES, N. C.

NANCY HAISLIP

HASSEL, N. C.

CAROLYN HAMRIC

GREENVILLE, N. C.

HELEN HARDING

CHOCOWINITY, N.C.

CLAUDIA HARPER

AYDEN, N.C.

IRIS HARRELL

WINDSOR, N. C.

JOYCE BRATTAIN HARRELL

HERTFORD, N. C.

JENNIE HARRIS

WALSTONBURG, N. C.

OPAL CLAIRE HARRIS

GREENVILLE, N.C.

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1938

JUNIORS






1907

ALICE HARRISON

HENDERSON, N. C.

MARIE HART

AYDEN, N.C.

PATTY HARTIS

WILMINGTON, N. C.

EMILY HAWES

ATKINSON, N. C.

BETTISUE HEATH

MAGNOLIA, N. C.

HULDAH HESTER

HURDLE MILLS, N. C.

MARY LOUISE HESTER

HURDLE MILLS, N. C.

GLENN HILL

SNOW HILL, N. C.

JEWEL HILL

KINSTON, N. C.

PETE HILL

SANFORD, N. C.

VIRGINIA HILL

KINSTON, N.C.

LOIS HINSON

MONROE, N. C.

ANNIE LAURIE HODGES

WASHINGTON, N. C.

FODIE HODGES

GRIMESLAND, N. C.

MABRY HODGES

WASHINGTON, N.C.

CHARITY HOLLAND

PIKESVILLE, N.C.

WILLIAM HOLLAND

FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C.

NENA HOLT

SEVEN SPRINGS, N.C.

MILDRED HOLLOWELL

PRINCETON, N. C.

MARY COUNCIL HORNE

GREENVILLE, N. C.

THE TECOAN






1938

JUNIORS






1907

MILDRED HOWELL

KENLY, N. C.

SELLASTINE HUGHES

COLERAIN, N. C.

THELMA IRELAND

ALLIANCE, N. C.

MARGARET G. JENKINS

CONWAY, N.C.

MARGARET I. JENKINS

ROSEBORO, N.C.

CATHERINE JOHNSON

ABERDEEN, N.C.

CHRISTINE JOHNSON

GREENVILLE, N.C.

FRANCES JOHNSON

LILLINGTON, N.C.

MABEL JOHNSON

ST. PAULS, N. C.

MARY DOMER JOHNSON

WHITAKERS, N.C.

PAULINE JOHNSON

BETHEL, N.C.

HELEN JOHNSTON

GREENVILLE, N. C.

FRANCES JONES

HARRELSVILLE, N.C.

LOU NICHOLS JOYNER

GREENVILLE, N.C.

ZORA GILBERT KOONCE

COMFORT, N. C.

BERTHA PEARL LAMM

WILSON, N. C.

MOLLIE LANGSTON

GATES, N.C.

DOROTHY LASSITER

WOODLAND, N. C.

RENNIE LASSITER

JACKSON, N. C.

HELEN LEE

NEW BERN, N. C.

THE TECOAN






1938

JUNIORS






1907

LALON LEE

DUNN, N. C.

LUCILLE LEWIS

WILMINGTON, N. C.

MARY EURE LILLEY

GATESVILLE, N. C.

BOOSTER LINDSEY

NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS

RUTH LOWERY

TRENTON, N. C.

RUTH LUTHER

ELEAZER, N. c.

BETTY McARTHUR

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.

HELEN McCAIN

WAXHAN, N.C.

MILDRED McDONALD

FOREST CITY, N. C.

HELEN McGINNIS

GREENVILLE, N. C.

EDNA EARLE MANESS

BUIES CREEK, N. C.

EDITH MARTIN

RED OAK, N. C.

MELBA MARTIN

JAMESVLLE, N. C.

T. LOUISE MARTIN

JAMESVILLE, N. C

BLANCHE MASSEY

RUFFIN, N. C.

RUTH MASSEY

ZEBULON, N.C.

LESSIE MAY

SPRING HOPE, N. C.

GERALDINE MAYO

MESIC, N. C.

RUTH MAYO

LUCAMA, N. C.

EVELYN MIDGETT

RODANTHE, N. C.

THE TECOAN






1938

JUNIORS






1907

DOROTHY REED MILLER

WILMINGTON, N.C.

ANNA MOORE

TURKEY, N. C.

NAIOMA MOORE

MICRO, N.C.

MARTHA MORRISON

CLIO, N.C.

MINNIE MORTON

GREENVILLE, N. C.

RACHAEL NEEL

GOLDSBORO, N. C.

REBECCA NICHOLSON

FRANKLINTON, N. C.

HAMPTON NOE

WILMINGTON, N. C.

PEARL OLUND

NORTH HARLOWE, N.C.

MARGARET GUY OVERMAN

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.

NANCY PAGE

TRENTON, N. C.

MAVIS PARKER

GREENVILLE, N. C.

RUTH E. PARKER

GEORGE, N.C.

LILLIAN PARRISH

ROCKY POINT, N. C.

LEONA PARSONS

MAYSVILLE, N. C.

CORA LEE PATTERSON

FARMVILLE, X. C.

INA MAE PEARCE

MICRO, N. C.

RUTH PEARCE

COLERAIN, N.C.

NELL PERRY

BAILEY, N. C.

DORIS PHELPS

COLERAIN, N.C.

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1938

JUNIORS






1907

MELBA PHELPS

LA GRANGE, N. C.

LILLIAN POWELL

KERR, N. C.

ZELMA PRICE

HAYESVILLE, N. C.

CECILE PRIM

YADKINVILLE, N. C

C. RAY PRUETTE

FOREST CITY, N. C.

MARGARET RATLIFF

WADESBORO, N. C.

ELIZABETH RESPESS

PANTEGO, N. C.

JUANITA RHODES

ZEBULON, N. C.

VIVIA RIVES

ENFIELD, N. C.

IBERIA ROACH

RUTHERFORDTON, N. C.

IDA ROBERTS

SHOWBORO, N. C.

VERLIE ROBERTS

MARSHALL, N.C.

MARENA ROBINSON

WILMINGTON, N. C.

IDA FAYE SANDERSON

BURGAW, N.C.

MARY LOUISE SAUNDERS

NASHVILLE, N. C.

STANLEY SCARBOROUGH

GRIFTOX,N. C.

BERGERNETTER SHEPARD

WILMINGTON, N.C.

KATE SITTON

ALMOND, N. C.

EARL SMITH

SELMA, N.C.

MARY THOMAS SMITH

GREENVILLE, N. C.

THE TECOAN






1938

JUNIORS






1907

WILHELMINA SMITH

BAILEY, N. C.

SUE SPEED

FRANKLINTON, N.C.

SARAH STEPHENSON

WILLOW SPRINGS, N. C.

MARY B. STRICKLAND

MIDDLESEX, N. C.

MAUDE STRICKLAND

BELL ARTHUR, N. C.

JEAN STUBBS

BEAUFORT, N. C.

MARY STYRON

HATTERAS, N. C.

GEORGIA SUGGS

HOOKERTON, N.C.

PAULINE SUGGS

OLD DOCKS, N.C.

BLANCHE SWINSON

GREENVILLE, N. C.

DOROTHY TANT

SPRING HOPE, N. C.

EMILY GREENE TAYLOR

WHITAKERS, N. C.

RUTH M. TAYLOR

BETHEL, N. C.

CHRISTINE TEW

CLINTON, N. C.

MARIE THARRINGTON

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.

ELIZABETH THIGPEN

FLORENCE, S. C.

MYRTLE THOMPSON

SMITHFIELD, N. C.

CATHERINE H. THOMPSON

LEASBURG, N. C.

DOROTHY TILLMAN

DOVER, N. C.

MARGARET TREXLER

WADESBORO, N. C.

THE TECOAN






1938

JUNIORS






1907

DORIS TUCKER

GREENVILLE, N. C.

RUTH HAYES TURNAGE

FARMVILLE, N.C.

DELLA UNDERWOOD

ST. PAULS, N. C.

IRENE UZZELL

MAYSVILLE, N. C.

JULIA VanLANDINGHAM

SCOTLAND NECK, N. C.

MARGUERITTE VAUSE

LA GRANGE, N. C.

MIRIAM WALKER

HILLSBORO, N. C.

MARJORIE WATSON

WILSON, N.C.

NELLIE WEBB

PINE TOPS, N. C.

FRANCES WEEKS

TARBORO, N. C.

BLANCHE WELDON

HENDERSON, N. C.

CAROLYN WHITE

ZEBULON, N. C.

MARGUERITTE LUCILLE WHITE

POLLOCKSVILLE. N. C.

INEZ WHITMAN

GREENVILLE, N. C.

ELIZABETH WILDER

FRANKLINTON, N. C.

MARY V. WILLIAMS

ZEBULON, N. C.

DOLLIE WILLIAMSON

CERRO GORDO, N. C.

EMMIE COBB WILSON

NEW BERN, N. C.

THE TECOAN






1938

JUNIORS






1907

EVELYN WILSON

ROSEBORO, N. C.

MARGARET WILSON

HENDERSON, N. C.

ROSA WOMACK

BROADWAY, N. C.

DOROTHY WOODARD

KENLY, N.C.

MARTHA LOIS YOUNGBLOOD

GREENVILLE, N. C.

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1938

JUNIORS











1938

CLIFTON BRITTON President

SOPHOMORES

Well pleased with the leadership of their first president, the Class chose him to guide them through another year. Strong determination and co-operation have enabled the class to emerge victoriously in everything in which they had a part. Proof of this was seen in the success of the best and most colorful Sophomore-Senior dance in the history of the college. Not only were they "tops" here, but in a Y.W.C.A. drive for members in which all classes participated, they again forged ahead.

THE TECOAN

JUANITA ETHERIDG Vice-President

MARY LOU BRITTON Secretary

IDA FARRIOR DAVIS Treasurer






1907

JULIUS ABERNATHY

EVELYN AIKEN

ANNE AKERS

J.F. ALLEN

MARGARET ALLEN

MARION ALLEN

ALICE ALLIGOOD

VILEIGH AUSTIN

EVELYN BAKER

MILDRED BARNES

LUCY ANNE BARROW

ANNA LAURIE BEALE

HELEN BEARD

LUCILLE BELL

TOMPY BENTON

JOE BIGGS

BETTIE BLANCHARD

DORIS ANNE BLANCHARD

RACHEL BLANCHARD

ELMER BLAND

ANNIE HART BOONE

LOUISE BOONE

MAMIE BOYD

ANNIE RUTH BOYETTE

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

VIRGINIA BOYETTE

MARIE BAYSDEN

HARRIETT BRADSHAW

ALICE BRAGG

NELL BREEDLOVE

AILEEN BREWER

JENNIE MAE BRINKLEY

ALBERTINA BRINSON

GILBERT BRITT

JESSIE BRITT

MARGUERITTE BRITT

SARAH BRITT

CLIFTON BRITTON

MARY LOU BRITTON

MAXIE BROADWELL

ESTELLE BRODA

HAZEL BROWN

MARY ELIZABETH BROWN

SYBIL B. BROWN

VIRGINIA BRYAN

SALLY BUNTING

PENNIE BURKETT

MARY LOU BUTNER

MARY FRANCES BYRD

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

MABEL CAPPS

ESTHER MARIE CARMACK

URSULA CARR

EVA CARTER

LILA JANE CHANDLER

EVELYN CLARK

VIRGINIA CLARK

CAMILLE B. CLARK

MILDRED CLIFTON

KATRINE COLLIE

FRANKIE COOPER

MARY LYON COPPERSMITH

JEAN COREY

VIRGINIA CRAWFORD

EDNA CRAWLEY

BARBARA CREECH

ERNESTINE CREECH

EUNICE CULLIPHER

ILA PEARL CURRIN

MARGUERITE CURRIN

ALICE LEE DANIEL

JOSEPHINE DANIEL

ANITA DAUGHTRIDGE

SYBLE DAUGHTRY

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

DAPHNE DAVIS

IDA FARRIOR DAVIS

IRIS DAVIS

PAGE DAVIS

WINNIE RUTH DAVIS

HARVEY DEAL

BEATRICE DEAN

DORIS DOBSON

HOWARD DRAPER

MILLIE GRAY DUPREE

MARY EAKES

ADELINE EARP

LUCILLE EDGE

ATHA LEE EDMUNDSON

MABEL EDWARDS

MARY ELIZABETH ELLIOTT

JUANITA ETHERIDGE

MARY FEREBEE

IRENE FINCH

HELEN FLANAGAN

KATHRYN FLEETWOOD

RUTH FRAZELLE

ELIZABETH FUSSELL

HELEN GADDY

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

MILDRED GAMMON

PILLIP CARRIS

ETHEL GASTON

HELEN GRAY GILLAM

GERALDINE GLOVER

ELIZABETH MAE GRANT

REBECCA GRANT

CHARLES GREENE

DOROTHY GREENE

MARGUERITE GUARD

MARY HELEN GULLEDGE

MILDRED GUPTON

ROSSIE MARIE HAIR

META VIRGINIA HAMMOND

ANNIE REE HARDEE

CHARLES D. HARRIS

CHRISTINE HARRIS

EDWARD C. HARRIS

GERALDINE HARRIS

RUTH HAWKES

VENETIA HEARNE

MARJORIE HILL HEATH

FAYE HELMS

FRANCES HENDERSON

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

ELEANOR HESTER

LILLIAN HICKS

ROWENA HICKS

ROSALINE HIGH

INDIA HILL

JOYCE ELAINE HILL

MAUDE EMMA HINSON

SYBIL HOFFMAN

MARY ELIZABETH HOGGARD

DOROTHY HOLLAR

LUCY HUDGINS

CASSIE MAE HUDSON

MARGUERITE HUTCHINSON

RALPH HUTCHINSON

GLADYS IPOCK

JOSEPHINE JACKSON

MARGARET JACKSON

MATTIE LEE JACKSON

EDNA JAMES

MARGARET JARVIS

ELOISE JERNIGAN

EVELYN JERNIGAN

LOUISE JOHNSON

LUCILLE H. JOHNSON

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

MARY PARKER JOHNSON

MYRTIS JOHNSON

SULOU JOHNSON

THADYS JOHNSON

ANNA JONES

JAMES JONES

JAMES JOYNER

LILLIAN KNIGHT

CAROLYN LAMB

FRANCES LAMB

SHIRLEY LATHAM

SUE H. LAWRENCE

BELMA LEE

ELSIE LILLEY

CATHERINE LOWERY

MAXINE LOY

KATHRYN McCLEES

CATHERINE McDANIEL

MARY LOUISE McGOUGAN

PATSY McINTYRE

ANNA McLAWHORN

EVA McMILLAN

HILDA MARTIN

KELLY MARTIN

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

VIRGINIA MARTIN

SIDNEY MASON

MARY ELLEN MATTHEWS

SARAH ANN MAXWELL

MARY RIVERS MAY

CHARLES MAYO

ANNIE MEADOWS

THOMAS J. MEEKS

IVA MESSICK

ELSIE MAE MILLS

EDNA MOORE

ELIZABETH MOORE

J. SIDNEY MOORE

LaRUE MOORING

FRANCES NANCE

BETTIE NEAL

PAULINE NELSON

PRUE NEWBY

FRANCES NEWSOME

JETER OAKLEY

LAURA OATES

PAULINE OUTLAW

MABEL OWENS

ETHEL PADGETT

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

ANNIE LAURIE PARKER

ISABEL PARKER

KATHLEEN PARKER

ALTON PAYNE

EVELYN PENDERGRASS

MOZELLE PERNELL

MABEL LOIS PERRY

MIRIAM PERRY

MAUDE EVANS PHELPS

HAZEL IRENE PHILLIPS

RUTH PHILLIPS

LAURA PITTMAN

ROBERT PITTMAN

ISABELLE POLLARD

JULIA POOLE

MAGDALENE POWELL

LILLIAN PRICE

RUTH PRITCHARD

ANNA BELLE PRIVOTT

MARGARET RAYNOR

MARION REED

JEAN REYNOLDS

GLADYS RICHARDSON

ELIZABETH RIVERS

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

VIRGINIA ROGERS

AUDREY SALTER

EMMETT SAWYER

LMIRIAM SAWYER

RENA SESSOMS

REBECCA SHANKS

WILLIAM SHELTON

JAMES DUDLEY SIMPSON

JULIA SPENCER

STELLA RAY SPENCER

CORNELIA ANN SMITH

MAVIL SMITH

VIRGINIA DARE SMITH

LUCILLE STALLINGS

NELLIE BLANCHE STANFORD

ETHEL STEPHENSON

HILDA STEPHENSON

KATHLEEN STRICKLAND

ROSALIE SUTTON

KATHLEEN SYKES

ANNA LOUISE TAYLOR

DOROTHY TAYLoR

ELIZABETH TAYLOR

MILDRED JEWEL TAYLOR

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES






1907

RUTH L. TAYLOR

SMYTHIE TAYLOR

DWIGHT THOMAS

LOIS THOMPSON

MARIE TRIPP

ROSA LEE TRIPP

MARY LEE TYLER

DORIS VAUGHAN

MAE ELLEN WARREN

LARUE WEATHERS

MARJORIE WEATHERS

MARIE WELLS

BARBARA ANN WEST

WILLIAM WHITEHURST

LOUIS WILKERSON

ERNEST WILLARD

MARY LOU WILLETS

HAZEL WILLIAMSON

FRANCES WILSON

MYRTLE WILSON

GLADYS WINSTEAD

AGNES WOOD

ANNA LEE WOOD

VIRGINIA WOOD

WILLARD WOOTEN

THE TECOAN






1938

SOPHOMORES











1938

DAVID BREECE President

FRESHMEN

October greeted a class of three hundred and fifty freshmen striving, with the aid of the upper-classmen, to accomplish their goal. The many entertainments during the first week were greatly enjoyed and helped each member become better acquainted with college life. The leading social event of the year, the Freshman-Junior dance, given in April, met with complete success. This class of enthusiastic members is confident that attainments in the future will reflect credit upon their Alma Mater as has the past.

MARY ELIZABETH BEASLEY Vice-President

NELL NEWSOME Secretary

FRANCES HARDY

THE TECOAN






1907

LILLIAN ABEE

MADELINE ADAMS

DOROTHY ALBERTSON

EDITH ALLEN

EUGENIA ALLEN

GLADYS ALLEN

MARY AGNES ALSTON

RUTH ASKEW

ESTHER AUSTIN

ELOISE AVERETTE

WILLA B. AYERETTE

MARY GRANT BAILEY

SARAH MAE BARNES

MARGARET BARNHILL

PEARLIE WARD BARNHILL

MARTIN BEACH

MARY ELIZABETH BEASLEY

HALL PUGH BECK

THEORDORA BLACKWELDER

DORIS BLALOCK

KATHRYN BLAND

RACHEL BOYD

MARY HELEN BOYKIN

IOLA BRADDY

RUTH BRAY

DAVID BREECE

JOHN DAYID BRIDGERS

MILDRED BRILEY

AGNES BRITT

KATHLEEN BRITT

PATRICIA BROOKS

BERTHA BROWN

EVELYN BRUMMITT

ELIZABETH BRYAN

GERALDINE BULLOCK

ESPER NAN BUNN

FRANCES BUNTING

ROBERT BURTON

EMILY ELIZABETH BYRUM

LULA CAMERON

JOYCE CAMPBELL

ETHELEEN CARR

THE TECOAN






1938

FRESHMEN






1907

FRANCES CASH

MAISIE CASTLEBURY

FELIX CECOT

WISTA COVINGTON

CHARLES THOMAS COX

KATHLEEN CRAWFORD

HARVEY CREDLE

HAZEL CULBRETH

MARY ELIZABETH CURRIN

MARY FRANCES CUTTS

JACK DANIELS

HELEN DAVENPORT

KATHERINE DAVENPORT

LELA DAVENPORT

DOROTHY LOUISE DAVIS

EVELYN DAVIS

HILDA PEARL DAVIS

MATTIE DAVIS

HELEN DAY

JULIA PEARL DEAN

JULIA ZELMA DEAN

JOHN P. DENTON, JR.

ELIZABETH DICKENS

PAULINE DIXON

RUBY DIXON

GEORGE C. DJIOVANIDIS

KATHRYN DOBSON

JEROME DONALDSON

WAVERLEY D'ORSEY

WILLIAM DUDASH

FLORENCE DUDLEY

MARY ELIZABETH EAGLES

JEANETTE EARLY

VERA EDMCNDSON

AZALENE EDWARDS

ESTELLE EDWARDS

JULIA W. EDWARDS

VIVIAN EDWARDS

MARY D. ELLIOTT

SARAH EVANS

JANIE EVERETTE

THE TECOAN






1938

FRESHMEN






1907

BERLINE FAIRCLOTH

SAMMIE FARLOW

MARY ELIZABETH FARRIOR

CHARLEY J. FRAZELLE

MERWIN FRAZELLE

FLORENCE GADDY

EVELYN GARDNER

ANNIE ELIZABETH GARRIS

MARTHA GASKINS

RAMONA GILLAM

FRANCES GILLIKI

MYRA GODFREY

GLADYS GODWIN

EUNICE GRIGGS

EARL GULLEDGE

FRANCES GULLEDGE

CLAYTON GUTHRIE, JR.

MARGARET HARDEE

ERNESTINE HARDY

RUTH GLENN HARDY

MARY FRANCES HARDY

ELIZABETH HARRELL

ELIZABETH H. HARRELL

BELVA DARE HARRIS

DOROTHY HARRIS

EDITH HARRIS

RHEBA HARRIS

DOROTHY HATHAWAY

EDNA HATHCOCK

OTHELIA HEARNE

HILDA HERRING

LILLIAN HICKMAN

CHRISTINE HICKS

PAULINE HICKS

HANNAH HINSON

JENNIE HINSON

ELIZABETH HOLLIDAY

MYRTLE HOPKINS

RUTHIE HOWELL

MARGARET HUDGINS

FLORENCE HUMPHREY

MYRA HUMPHREY

THE TECOAN






1938

FRESHMEN






1907

LOUISE HUNTER ]

KATHRYN HURST

BERNICE ILEY

HAZEL INSCOE

MARY FRANCES IRVIN

MARGARET JACKS

MIRIAM JAMES

MERLA JOHNSON

NORMA JOHNSON

HELEN JONES

VASHTI JORDAN

MARY KALLAM

LAURA KEITH

HELEN KEMP

HELEN KING

MARY ESTHER KOONCE

MARGUERITE KORNEGAY

MARGARET LAMB

SARAH LANCASTER

HELEN LANE

JOANNA LANE

MILDRED LANGLEY

THELMA LANGSTON

WILMA GRAY LEE

DOROTHY CLARK LEWIS

EFFIE LEWIS

UNA MAYE LUPER

MARGARET McDANIEL

ROSA LEE McGOWAN

ORA McHAN

MARY McLAWHORN

ELIZABETH McLEMORE

ALBERT MANESS

CARRIE MAE MANN

ELLA MARSHALL

ELIZABETH MARSHBURN

TOMMIE MARTIN

SALLY MARY MATHIAS

EDNA MATTHEWS

ADDIE LEE MEADOR

LEON MEADOWS, Jr.

ELIZABETH MEIGGS

THE TECOAN






1938

FRESHMEN






1907

JULIA MEIGGS

WILLIAM MERNER

ELIZABETH MERRITT

NELL MICHAEL

ALTON E. MILLS

LUCY JANE MILLS

RUBELLE MILLS

LUCY MITCHINER

IRENE MITCHAM

BRUCE MODLIN

EMILY MONTAGUE

ELIZABETH MOODY

EVELYN MOORE

GENEVA MOORE

GLADYS MOORE

MARGARET MOORE

NOVINE MOORE

RUTH MOORING

BETSY MORRIS

JOHN MURRAY

EVELYN MYRICK

NELL NEWSOME

JUANITA O'BRIEN

HAZEL OUTLAW

ETHEL OWENS

HAZEL OWENS

MABEL OWENS

EILEEN PAKE

DAISY PARKER

MYRTIE PARNELL

EDNA MAE PATE

GILBERT PEELE

MARY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS

WILLIE PHILLIPS

DOROTHY ANN PICKLESIMER

ELIZABETH PILAND

DORCAS POLLOCK

DOROTHY PLUMMER

ALICE POWELL

RUTH DAIL POWELL

EVELYN PREACHER

SHELTON QUINN

THE TECOAN






1938

FRESHMEN






1907

MARTHA JANE RADFORD

THELMA RAEFORD

IVA MARIE REED

NANCY REED

AIRE RICH

MADELINE RIDDICK

JULIA RIVES

MELBA GRACE ROGERS

REBECCA ROSS

EMMA RUSSELL

LOUISE SAIEED

RAY SAINT-AMAND

EUGENIA SANDERSON

ERLENE SAWYER

LIMA SERMONS

HELEN SETTLE

REBECCA SHANKS

BARBARA LOUISE SMITH

CORINE SMITH

ETHEL SMITH

GRACE SMITH

LEBA SMITH

MARIE SMITH

OLIVIA SMITH

RUBELLE SMITH

THEMISE SMITH

MARJORIE SPIVEY

CARSON STEPHENSON

GRACY STEPHENSON

KATHLEEN SUMMERLIN

MAUDE TAYLOR

MILDRED JANE TAYLOR

DOROTHY TEEL

HILDA TEW

SUSIE THARRINGTON

HUBERT THOMAS

MAMIE THOMAS

EVELYN TUCKER

ROSE LEE TUCKER

EDNA M. TURNAGE

DOROTHY TURNER

NORMA LEE TYNDALL

THE TECOAN






1938

FRESHMEN






1907

VERNON TYSON

WILLIE GRAY TYSON

DALTON VAINWRIGHT

ROCKFELLOW VENTERS

WILLIAM WARD

MARCIA WARREN

MARGARET WASHINGTON

AGNES WATSON

PAULINE WATSON

VIRGINIA WELDON

GEORGE WEST

MAMIE WHALEY

LINDSEY WHICHARD

BERTHA WHITE

MARJORIE WHITEHURST

WILLIAM WHITEHURST

MABEL WILDER

ANNIE ALLEN WILKERSON

EDNA WILLIAMS

ELLEN WILLIAMS

BERNICE WILLIAMSON

LAURA MAE WILLIAMSON

LOIS WILLIAMSON

HELEN WILLOUGHBY

ELIZABETH WILSON

JAMIE WILSON

GRACE WOOD

DORIS DOBSON

LOUISE WOODARD

MADOLINE WOOLARD

MARY WOOLARD

EDITH WOOTEN

LOUISE WORTHINGTON

HELEN YELVERTON

MARY FRANCES YOUNG

THE TECOAN






1938

FRESHMEN











Campus force at work. . . . God's gift to the women (some of them). . . . Going some place or just travelin'. . . Why the wicked eyes? . . . Oh, Hail to Our Dear College!

OPPOSITE PAGE

Behind the bars, but with the money. . . . Wonder if they're all reading or are the parlors full? . . . Pencils, paper, ink, or what have ye? . . . That's where my money goes. . . . Oh Gee, Oh Gosh, Gee Whiz! Is I in Love I is. . . . Knowledge at college, curls, too!











It happens to the best o' them. . . . Gone native. Swing it, Dot. . . . Poor Freshmen! . . . Kill it, Harvey! . . . Long and short of the publications. . . . Lefs pitch a little woo. . . It ain't what it used ta' be. . . . Two heads are better than one.

OPPOSITE PAGE

Just a campus course. . . . Studious or just posin'? . . . Photographer takes time out. . . . Let's go scatin'. . . . Who charmed the cameraman? . . . Someone is due for a fall! . . . I think ya' got sumthin' there! . . . Mail and more male. . . . Come on, cough up that nickel! . . . Sh-h-h, Scandal!











More than ten years and still happy! . . . The pride of the Wright family. . . . TECOAN financial brains. . . . Know him, history majors? . . . LIFE, and full of it. . . Mr. Band leader. . . . Our Dean out of office. . . . Little Dean.

OPPOSITE PAGE

A new-comer to the Home Ec. Department, Miss Ivey. . . . Dr. Turner off class. . . . Miss Coates and Miss Newell. . . . Wilson Hall matron. . . . Miss Charlton on her way to Ragsdale. . . . She knows her piano and violin, . . . Assistant Librarian. . . . That Education 318! . . . A part of the Commerce Department. . . . Miss McGcee . . . 'Twasn't so bad. Miss Ross! . . . How industrious, Miss White. . . . Everybody's pal. . . . French Prof. . . . She knows her N. C. History, do you? . . . Germ Chaser - Dr. Nobles.











Who said "No Parking"? . . . Just me, myself and I. . . . No more studyin' for a while. . . . Pokey, Frances, and Flee. . . . Where arc Jerry and Jimmie? . . . Three musk-rat-ears. . . . Coastin'. . . . Mr. Pres. after class. . . . When we all get together. . . A penny for your thoughts.

OPPOSITE PAGE

Trapped. . . . Say boys, here's your chance!. . .Ladies' man. . .Who treed 'em?. . .Goin' our way?. . .Some blossoms!. . .A peep in Ragsdale. . .Taking life easy. . .Stealin' a bath from the birdies. . .Home, Sweet, Home. . .Pals. . .Roomies. . . Lonesome?. . .Lazy weather. . .What affection!. . .Where's Leon, Jr.?. . .'Twas just before lunch. . .On higher levels. . .Who knew it rained down men at E.C.T.C.?. . .Hearts?. . .Aw, have a heart!






JAMES LAWSOM FLEMING

1867-1909

The name of James L. Fleming will ever be associated with those who founded this institution because it was he who sponsored and introduced the bill that led to the establishment of the school.

Having been brought up in the country schools, Mr. Fleming was conscious of the advantages and disadvantages of a rural school and was interested in anything that could he done for their improvement. Upon his election to represent Pitt County in the Senate, he agreed to introduce the bill to establish a teachers training school. This was not an easy task, but under Senator Fleming's wise guidance and through tireless efforts the bill was so successfully presented that those who had fought it before became its friends, and those disinterested became interested. The bill was passed and ratified March 8, 1907, and the institution became a reality.

Senator Fleming was not only interested in getting the bill passed but also in bringing the school to his native town, Greenville, and in carrying out the plans for the opening. Just one month after the school was opened, November 5, 1909, he was killed in an automobile accident. Thus, as his dreams were just beginning to come true, he slipped into the Great Beyond leaving to others the building up of an institution which he had helped found and whose influence was to radiate throughout the state. One week later he was to have taken part in the inauguration of the first president.






ACTIVITIES

"THROUGH HIS WISE GUIDANCE AND TIRELESS EFFORST THE INSTITUTION BECAME A REALITY"






1907

WOMEN'S

STUDENT

GOVERNMENT

OFFICERS

REBECCA WATSON

President

JOYCE B. HARRELL

Vice-President

GLADYS IPOCK

Secretary

MARION REED

Treasurer






1938

Sarah A. Maxwell Mary P. Johnson Patsy McIntyre Christine Tew Beatrice Reaves

Mary Carso McGee Margaret Griggs Lillian Parrish Vivia Rives Marie Gregory

Genevieve Eakes Edna Earle Perry Hattie Holland Mildred Boyce Rosalie Sutton

Rebecca Shanks

Women's Student Government

The Women's Student Government Association was inaugurated in November, 1920. The Association unites the students as no other organization does, and through this unity it endeavors to help each student adjust herself to the responsibilities of a good citizen. Indeed, its chief purpose is to develop student honor and self-control and to instill in each member a clear understanding of the functions of the Association and a spirit of loyalty and understanding.

Contacts with other campuses have been made through delegates who went to the National Student Federation Congress in Albuquerque, New Mexico; to the Southern Inter-collegiate Association in -Williamsburg, Virginia, and to the meeting of the North Carolina Federation of Students in Raleigh.






1907

MEN'S

STUDENT

GOVERNMENT

OFFICERS

THORNTON STOVALL

President

PRIMROSE CARPENTER

Vice-President

HOWARD AMAN

Secretary






1938

Primrose Carpenter Howard Aman Harvey Deal

C. Ray Pruette Frank Wooten Jeter Oakley

Men's Student Government

The Men's Student Government Association of East Carolina Teachers College in 1937-38 has endeavored to be a positive influence for the highest and finest ideals of manhood rather than simply a disciplinary body. With the enrollment of male students the largest in the history of the institution, the Association has had as its primary objective the close correlation of the men's activities with those of the campus as a whole.

Especially outstanding in the accomplishments of the Men's Student Government Association for this year are the following: A "get-together" party for the Freshmen; the securing of additional lights, bulletin boards, and other improvements for the men's dormitory; the sending of a representative to the National Student Federation of America held at Albuquerque, New Mexico, and the routine matters of campus discipline.

The cooperation of the Men's Student body with the Association and its President. Thornton Stovall, has been effectively and willingly given in all matters.






1907

Y. W. C. A.

OFFICERS

ELIZABETH COPELAND President

MARIE DAWSON Vice-President

PRUE NEWBY Secretary

GEORGIA SUGG Treasurer






1938

Rebecca Watson Mary Parker Johnson

Kathleen Strickland Susan Evans Louise Britt Maggie Crumpler

Edna Earle Perry Catherine Creek Fannie Brewer

Y. W. C. A.

The Y. W. C. A. has continued its line work in promoting Christian Fellowship on the campus this year. Among the outstanding speakers have been Dr. Claude Nelson. Southern Secretary of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, and Mr. Kirby Page, world renowned author and lecturer. Following their visits, a peace council was organized, which has done effective work in promoting the cause.

A visit was exchanged with the N. C. State College Deputation Team. Students from other schools have also conducted Vesper programs.

Several Candle-lighting services have been given and the members of the Association have enjoyed numerous social events in the "Y" Hut.






1907

DORIS BLALOCK

President

JUNIOR "Y" CABINET

The Junior "Y" Cabinet, which is chosen from the Freshman Class in a very impressive candle-light service, has held the candle of service high during this school year. By participating in the Friday night and Sunday night vesper services, by conducting morning watch on various occasions, and by cooperating in the planning and carrying out of "Y" socials, the Junior Cabinet has proved a very helpful "little sister" to the Senior "Y" Cabinet. Monthly meetings of the Cabinet have been held at which very interesting programs have been given, such as the reading of Dicken's Christinas Carol at the Christmas meeting. The excellent cooperation of all members is expected to continue in the future as they continue to serve.






1938

SCIENCE CLUB

The Science Club - taking for the theme of its programs the three phases of Science ; Chemistry, Physics, and Biology - has had many outstanding programs this year. The main events were the liquid air demonstration, to which the entire public was invited, the annual Science Club trip to Durham, and the Initiation Party.

The Club, under the leadership of the new sponsors, Dr. Stull, Dr. Brown and Dr. Spangler, has maintained its high place among the active and outstanding clubs on the campus.

FANNIE BREWER President






1907

GUSSIE KUYKENDALL Director

WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB

Under the direction of Miss Gussie Kuykendall, the Woman's Glee Club of East Carolina Teachers College made outstanding achievement in their choral organization. The striking rendition of a cappella numbers by the chorus received much favorable criticism. Foremost among the presentations of the year were the Christmas Program, sung a cappella, and the Easter Cantata. Both were enthusiastically received.

For the tinal performance of the year, the Club is planning to work with the Boys' Glee Club in giving a joint performance for Commencement exercises.

Not only does this organization afford much pleasure at various programs, but it develops an appreciation of wholesome, worthwhile entertainment.






1938

MEN'S GLEE CLUB

The Men's Glee Club, under the direction of Professor Dean C. Tabor, has this year increased its membership to approximately twice the number at the time of its organization in the fall of 1907.

by constant endeavor the members have presented several good performances during the year which have been a credit to them and their leader. The material studied has included old familiar songs and several folk songs, sacred and secular, among which were those with German and Latin texts.

The Club plans to do everything possible in the future to realize the goal which it has set, namely, to be an active organization worthy of representing this school in public performance.

DEAN C. TABOR Director






1907

FANNIE BREWER President

ENGLISH CLUB

The English Club, subdivided into groups of Drama, Oral Reading, Creative Writing, Modern Reading and Literary North Carolina, has had a very successful year. The Club has brought several outstanding speakers including Edward Harris, Broadway writer, and Rev. T. M. Patrick to the college; it has organized a choric choir; and has had several displays in the club room to which the entire college has been invited. In addition there have been various social events of the year.






1938

MATHEMATICS CLUB

The Mathematics Club, under the leadership of Marguerite Averette, increased its membership for the year 1937-38 about twenty-five per cent over the previous year's enrollment.

With interesting and valuable programs - three making use of recreational and historical material, three presenting speakers from the mathematics faculty, and three bringing the group together for a social hour - the Club has met regularly each month.

The purpose of the Club is to make it possible for all mathematics majors and teachers to know each other socially, to share their appreciation" of the greatness of mathematics, and to enjoy the recreational side of the subject.

MARGUERITE AVERETTE President






1907

MARGUERITE VAUSE

President

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

The Home Economics Club is affiliated with the State and National Home Economics Association. The Club meets monthly. The programs are of various types related to Home Economics work, such as fashion shows, parties, and studies of social customs of different countries.

"As our girlhood is now so shall our womanhood be"' is the motto of the Gub.

The officers of the Club are: 'Marguerite Vause, President; Minnie Morton. Vice-President; Helen Lee, Secretary; Iberia Roach, Treasurer, and Dorothy Lassiter, Reporter.

The Club sent two delegates to the North Carolina Student Club meeting held at Catawba College, Salisbury, in February.






1938

ASSOCIATION FOR

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

The members of the Student Branch of the Association for Childhood Education have participated in many activities during the year.

They have read interesting books aloud, dressed dolls for children at Christinas time, sewed for children, told stories to children at the city library, designed place cards and invitations for dinner meetings, and have had interesting music experiences.

Helpful talks have been heard at the general meetings. Mrs. Frances McClelland Mayfarth from Washington, D. C. Associate Editor of the magazine. "Childhood Education," was guest speaker at an informal tea February 1.

REBECCA NICHOLSON President






1907

GLADYS IPOCK

President

COMMERCE CLUB

In 1937 the students of the recently created Commerce Department organized a Commerce Club. From a very small beginning membership it has, in one year, increased to a present membership of seventy-five.

At the regular monthly meetings programs of varied nature are presented. One project being worked out is that of giving Commerce majors an insight into business conditions of today and acquainting them with what the business world will expect of them, by having people from various business organizations speak at the meetings.

The purpose of th Club is to help build up enthusiasm and interest among the students in their work. Mr. E.R. Browning, Miss Lena G. Ellis, and Miss Velma Lowe are the Club advisers.






1938

PHI SIGMA

This year the Phi Sigma has accomplished its aims : to encourage the study of French, to foster and develop a spirit of friendship among its members, to help give the French Department a high standard of scholarship and ethics, and to uphold the Administration of the College.

Interesting and helpful programs of various types have been given at each of the monthly meetings to an enthusiastic group.

ELIZABETH LAYDEN President






1907

FRANCIS FEREBEE President

TAU CHAPTER

PHI SIGMA PI

HONORARY MEMBERS- First Row, Left to Right - President Leon R. Meadows; Superintendent Clyde A. Erwin; Mr. E. C. Hollar; Dr. Beecher Flanagan, Faculty Adviser; Dr. Herbert ReBarker.

OFFICERS - Second Row, Left to Right - Primrose Carpenter, Vice-President; Lewis ReBarker, Secretary; Leo Murks. Jr., Assistant Secretary; Vance Chadwick, Treasurer; Fodie H. Hodges, Historian; Howard Anian, Sergeant-at-Arms.

Third Row, Left to Right - Birttrum Bateman, Harvey Deal, Charles Wooten, Jr., Samuel Dees, Thornton Stovall, C. Ray Pruette.

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1938

THE PUBLICATIONS BOARD

Left to Right- Margaret E. Davis, Mildred McDonald, C. Ray Pruette, Marjorie Watson, Lucille Lewis, J. B. Cummings, Howard J. McGinnis, Mamie Jenkins, Beecher Flanagan.

REBECCA WATSON Chairman






THE 1938

PETE HILL

Editorial Staff

LUCILLE LEWIS

Editorial Staff

PRIMROSE CARPENTER

Editorial Staff

SUE SPEED

Editorial Staff

SUDIE WILLIAMSON

Editorial Staff

MARGARET E. DAVIS

Editor-in-Chief






TECOAN

MILDRED BOYCE

Business Staff

IDA FARRIOR DAVIS

Business Staff

KATHLEEN STRICKLAND

Business Staff

PRUE NEWBY

Business Staff

METE VIRGINIA HAMMOND

Business Staff

MILDRED McDONALD

Business Manager






Mrs. A.H. Davis






Mrs. Monroe McDonald






THE TECO

HARVEY DEAL

Associate Editor

PATSY McINTYRE

Associate Editor

GEORGIA SUGG

Associate Editor

SARAH ANN MAXWELL

Associate Editor

LEO BURKS, Jr.

Associate Editor

DOROTHY DAVIS

Class Representative

NELL PERRY

Class Representative

C. RAY PRUETTE

Editor-in-Chief






ECHO

LUCILLE H. JOHNSON

Advertising Manager

CAROLYN LAMB

Advertising Manager

NANCY PAGE

Advertising Manager

CAROLINE EVANS

Advertising Manager

ETHEL LEE BYRD

Advertising Manager

DOROTHY HOLLAR

Reporter

RUTH PHILLIPS

Reporter

JOHN DAVID BRIDGERS Reporter

MARJORIE WATSON

Business Manager






Presenting

Miss Grace Freeman

and

Society Officers











EMERSON SOCIETY

MARY ALICE SIMMONS

President

HATTIE LAURA BRITT

Vice-President

META VIRGINIA HAMMOND

Secretary

RUTH CREEKMORE

Treasurer

From the beginning of the new year with the regular Freshman Initiation, the Emerson Society has been active. For the first time in several years triangular debates were held. Debating against the Lanier Society in the first of these, the Emersons were victorious.

Following the usual custom of sponsoring one of the three college dances, the Emerson Society carried out the spring dance with gaiety and originality. The society is expecting to sponsor main more successful activities in future years.






Ethel Lee Byrd

Maggie Crumpler

Bertha Lang

Cora Lee Patterson

Meta Virginia Hammond






POE SOCIETY

IREnE uZZELL

President

OPHELIA MONTAGUE

Vice-President

IDA FARRIOR DAVIS

Secretary

MARY CARSON McGEE

Treasurer

During the year 1937-38 the Poe Society has done much to revive the old Poe spirit. The year began with a successful marshmallow and weiner roast for the Freshman Class, out of which 119 became loyal Poes.

At the first meeting, Mr. Deal, the sponsor, gave a brief history of the Poe Society, bringing to a realization the goal to be reached in order to uphold the standard of past years. Other meetings consisted of dramatics, tap dancing, music, and socials.

The mid-winter dance, sponsored by the Poe Society, was a typical college dance, the decorations representing the riving colors of various colleges.






Georgia Sugg

Juanita Etheridge

Eva Carter

Ruth Vivan Batten

Huldah Hester






LANIER SOCIETY

MARGARET GUY OVERMAN

President

EMILY BRENDLE

Vice-President

EDNA CRAWLEY

Secretary

RUTH HAWKES

Treasurer

The Lanier Society has carried on its work well during this year. Ranking second again in numher of new members, it lays claim to quality, if not quantity.

The freshmen were entertained at a party in the 'Wright Building. Those freshmen who joined were, after initiation week, entertained at a halloween party in the "Y" Hut.

The programs this year included two musical programs by members of the faculty ; some readings by Miss Greene, advisor; a Christmas party: and one student impromptu program.

Taking part in a debate in which the Emerson Society was victorious, the Laniers are confident of future victory.






Eleanor Ruth Hardy

Sue Speed

Marion Reed

Elizabeth Layden

Margaret Guy Overman






ROBERT HERRING WRIGHT

1870-1934

The man who was the master builder of the institution, the one who erected the building upon the foundation laid by its founders, was Robert H. Wright, president for its first quarter of a century.

He was a leader in educational affairs in North Carolina throughout the twenty- five years and his far-reaching influence can never be measured. Me devoted his life to the training of teachers and was strong in his conviction that the trained teacher was the cornerstone of the public school system. The highest service possible this school could render to the state, he believed, was to serve worthily the childhood of the state.

The wisdom of the founders in 'choosing Robert H. Wright to head the new teacher-training school has been clearly seen throughout the years. He was a native North Carolinian who had achieved success in another state in the field of Education. As he was a product of the schools of the state and had served his apprenticeship as teacher in them, he understood their needs. When be heeded the call to return to his state, he perhaps had a vision of the great edifice he was to leave behind him.

From a small local two-year normal school it grew until it became a standard teachers college with a national reputation, drawing students from other states as well as from every section of this state. Year bv year it enlarged its field of service until its graduates were found in the best schools in the state, in classrooms from the first grade through the high school. The school kept pace with advancing educational thought and the expanding public school system, adapting itself constantly to changing conditions.

"He possessed constructive wisdom and the courage to lead in the face of adversity."

"He made up his mind in the calm of his own soul and with courage achieved mightily for God and man."






Athletics

"HE POSSESSED CONSTRUCTIVE WISDOME AND THE COURAGE TO LEAD IN THE FACE OF ADVESITY"











VARSITY CLUB

ADRIAN AYERS President

During the year 1937-1938 the Varsity Club has attempted to carry out to the fullest extent the purpose of the organization - that is, the emphasizing and promotion of athletics on the campus of East Carolina Teachers College.

The club the past year has concerned itself chiefly with the awarding of certifications, letters, and sweaters to those men participating in intercollegiate sports. Awards were given to men taking part in baseball, football, basketball, and boxing.

The Varsity Club dance, a social event sponsored by the organization during the Spring quarter, was successfully planned and carried out.






FOOTBALL

J. D. ALEXANDER Coach






SEASON'S RECORD

E.C.T.C. Opponent

0 GUILFORD 7

6 CAMPBELL 7

7 BELMONT ABBEY 19

6 W. C. T. C 7

6 WILLIAM AND MARY 18

19 HIGH POINT 7

27 LOUISBURG 13






PRIMY CARPENTER Captain

FOOTBALL

Coming to E. C. T. C. as new Coach anil Athletic Director, Coach Alexander seems well qualified for the position, having had fifteen years of coaching experience and a brilliant record as a player. With him came many men who were to prove themselves valuable members of the 1937 football squad.

After much practice during hot, sweltering weather the 1937 season was formally opened in a game with the Guilford Quakers which was the initial game of the season for both teams. The only touchdown of the game was made by the Quakers in the first quarter. The Teachers, however, pushed their heavier and more experienced opponents all over the field and showed superioritv in punting ability. Coach Alexander was not disappointed in the initial tilt and was especially pleased with the all-round play of the line and the fighting spirit exhibited by the entire squad.

Jimmy Johnson, Tackle Kelly Martin, Tackle

Earl Smith, Left End william Shelton, Quarter back

Francis Ferebee, Full back

Adrian Ayers, Half back

OPPOSITE PAGE

Joe Williams, Guard Rockfellow Venters, Guard

Jack Noe, Half back William Dudash, Half Back

Davide Breece, Half Back Hall Pugh Beck, Half Back

Gerald D. James, Guard






JIMMY WARD Manager

Tlie Camel Caravan from Campbell College executed a surprise rally in the last quarter of the same when they made a touchdown to tie the score and then kicked a goal to score the winning point.

The worst defeat of the season was handed the Pirates by Belmont Abbey. This was followed by another from W. C. T. C. A fourth defeat was suffered in the same with William and Mary. It seemed that due to injuries and tough breaks, E. C. T. C. had received no scoring rewards for her splendid sjxirtsmanship, perseverance, and gamecock spunk that marked the season thus far.

The tide turned, however, and the Pirates entered the promised land of victory in a thrilling defeat of High Point College to the tune of 10 to 7.

The offensive power of the E. C. T. C. Pirates proved too much for a game team of Louisburg Trojans as the Teachers rolled up four touchdowns to their opponents' two on a rain soaked field. This ended the gridiron contest for the Pirates who, had the season lasted longer, were confident that their winning streak in the last games would have continued.






BASKETBALL

JIMMY JOHNSON Captain

E.C.T.C. Opponent

49 Unique Furniture Co. 62

28 Portsmouth "Y" 25

46 Louisburg 35

38 Rocky Mount "Y" 30

38 Naval Base 41

40 William and Mary 47

30 Naval Base 43

33 High Point 66

31 Enka "Stars" 51

41 W. C. T. C. 31

28 W. C. T. C. 33

37 Atlantic Christian College 36

BILL SHELTON Forward

LESTER RIDENHOUR Guard

KELLY MARTIN Center

EARL SMITH Forward

FELIXS CECOT Center

BAXTER RIDENHOUR Center






BASKETBALL

E.C.T.C. Opponent

42 William and Mary 36

29 Rocky Mount "Y" 33

39 Campbell 37

38 Bethel Raiders 36

31 Belmont Abbey 37

oi High Point 52

42 Atlantic Christian College 49

34 Campbell 24

31 House of David 40

"JEW" AVERS Guard

JAMES HENSON center

CLAYTON GUTHRIE Guard

ROBERT BURTON forward

JIMMY WARD Manager






BOLEY FARLEY Coach

BASEBALL

The Pirates entered their 1937 campaign with a team greatly improved over those of previous seasons. Of the fifteen games played, the Pirates claimed eleven victories and two losses, the other two games ending in draws.

In the first game of the season. April 1. Farley's Pirates beat High Point College 5-4 as Bill Holland limited the Panthers to one hit. On the following Saturday Tharrington, Pirate hurler, went the route against the Louisburg Trojans to win 3-1.

On April 7 Kelly Martin and Ed Wells limited the A. C. C. Bulldogs to four hits while their teammates were collecting nine. The Pirates emerged with an easily won game, 7-3. In a return game with the Bulldogs, the Pirates collected their fourth win of the season, 8-6. The follow- 'B" team, was a 6-6 draw

The first loss of the season was suffered in the game with Oak Ridge, 6-3. Holland hurled well, but received poor support.

Timely hitting interspersed by Panther errors gave the E. C. T. C. Pirates an 8-7 victory over High Point College in the first game of a series. In the second the Pirates fell at the hands of the Panthers, dropping a 9-6 score.

The Pirates defeated the Guilford Quakers 8-3 behind the steady pitching of southpaw Holland who scattered eight Quaker hits well while the Pirates were making 10 safeties count. Avers. Pirate catcher, led both teams in hitting, gathering a double and two singles in five times at bat.

"JEW" AYERS

Catcher

FLOYD HINTON

First Base

"HOOT" GIBSON

Right Field

EARL SMITH

Second Base






BASEBALL

Playing a second game with Oak Ridge, the Pirates again won, 14-5. Floyd Hinton, Pirate first baseman, poled out two homers for his team's only tallies as E. C. T. C. and P. J. C baseball nines battled to a 2-all deadlock at Maxton in a game called at the end of the sixth inning because of rain.

The Campbell Camels held the E. C. T. C. nine in a close game until the seventh inning when the Pirates tallied twice more. In the ninth inning they added four more runs to register another victory, 10-5.

In the game of only 6 innings with the Greenville "Greenies", of whom Farley is also manager. the Pirates gained a 4-2 decision. A second game with the Campbell Camels was another victory for the Pirates, 7 to 1.

The E. C. T. C. baseball team formally closed the 1937 season by dropping a close and extremely hard fought game to William and Mary College. The final outcome was 7-6.

Eight players finished the season with a hitting average above .300; the average of the team was .297. Floyd Hinton, classed as one of the best first basemen in North Carolina collegiate base- ball, took top honor in the Pirates' batting attack with an average of .386. He also led the homerun column, getting two for the season. Durward Stowe, centerfielder, was a close second with an average of .373. Third, was "Hoot" Gibson with an average of .365. Other players hitting above .300 were "Lex" Ridenhour, regular second baseman, with .333; Earle Smith, .315; Baxter Ridenhour, with .307; and "Jew" Avers, with .303.

BILL HOLLAND

Pitcher

OTIS POWELL

Third Base

"SHIRT" HINSON

Left Field

DURWARD STOWE

Center Field

BILL SHELTOK

Short Stop

"FRAN" FEREBEE Captain

STANLEY SCARBOROUGH Manager






GERALDINE TYSON President

Woman's Athletic Association

In cooperation with the Physical Education Department the Woman's Athletic Association sponsored various sports and activities, including an intramural program of basketball, softball, croquet, archery, tennis, horseshoe, and hiking. Points were awarded for participation in these activities. Awards consisted of the college monogram and bronze intramural medals. To those participating in intercollegiate basketball, certificates and letters were awarded.

Other features of the program for the year were the monthly meetings. In these sometimes serious discussions of athletic plans and problems arose. "Play nights", to which each member might invite a friend to join in the indoor games of ping-pong, volley ball, and shuffle-board, and others, were enjoyed Here one could sense the jolly nature of the members of the association. One. too, recognized fair play was dominant.

The annual Field Day and Association Trip were other main events meeting with the enthusiastic approval of all.






MOZELLE PERNELL Vice-President

MARGARET TREXLER Secretary

VIRGINIA MARTIN Treasurer

Woman's Athletic Assocation






LUCILLE NORTON Coach

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

The woman's basketball team had a very successful season. Under the guidance of Miss Norton, the girls' coach who was back with them after a year's absence, the team soon became capable of competing against any team. "Mickey" Blanton as Captain, and Myrtle Hopkins, as Manager of the sextet performed their duties well. The team did more wnrk and played more games than ever before. Of the nine games played, only two were lost - one of them, the game with Appalachian State Teachers College and the most exciting game of the season, by a one point margin.

Stars of last year's team, "Mickey" Blanton and "Tee" Martin from the first led in the number of points scored this season. But to the fine cooperation of all players we give credit for the most successful season in the history of women's athletics.

"TEE MARTIN Forward

HILDA STEPHENSON Guard

NELL NEWSOME Forward

RUTH PARKER Guard

EVA McMILLAN Guard

GERALDINE TYSON Forward






GIRLS' BASKETBALL

SEASON'S RECORD

E. C. T. C. Opponents

37 Wingate 6

35 Wingate 2

jo Mitchell 12

18 Winston-Salem 26

30 Blackstone 15

45 Blackstone 23

18 Mitchell 15

16 Appalachian 17

29 Campbell 14

PENNIE BURKETT Forward

VILEIGH AUSTIN Guard

MARGARET TREXLER Guard

DORIS HOLLOWELL Guard

MYRTLE HOPKINS Manager






GERALDINK TYSON Manager

LOUISE BLANTON Basketball

INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS

The intramural program for the year 1937-38 consisted of basketball, Softball, tennis, hiking, archery, horseshoe, and croquet. In these greater interest was shown and there was more participation than ever before.

A Round-Robin basketball tournament was played in which more than fifty students engaged. From this tournament an all-star team was chosen to play the last year's varsity. Prom those teams the 1937-38 varsity team was chosen.

EVA McMILLAN

Baseball

ALMA CARRAWAY

Croquet and Horseshoe

JOSEPHINE JACKSON

Hiking

ETHEL LEE BYRD

Tennis






Softball is a relatively new sport and the Athletic Assocation has tried to make it a leading one on the campus. More practice periods and more games were schedule.

Hiking, recognized as one of the besl and simplest forms of exercise, was highly favored by a large and enthusiastic group which took long hikes to various places each Saturday afternoon. Horseshoe and croquet are popular with both boys and girls and many were actively engaged in the annual tournament.

For the first time in the history of the college classes in archery were taught, contests were held, and an intramural archery tournament was sponsored.

As the Tecoan goes to press, plans are being made for an intramural elimination tennis tournament the last two weeks of April. There will be singles, doubles, and mixed doubles tournaments. Following these there will be try-outs for the girls' tennis teams. Nancy Albright, Melrose Gardner, and Marjorie Weathers are outstanding candidates. This will be the first year the college has had a tennis team and the college letter will be awarded to members. Matches have been scheduled with several colleges and there is much confidence that all plans will be carried out successfully.






CLAUDE WAYLAND WILSON

1867-1922

Claude W. Wilson, who was a native of the state, a graduate of one of its colleges, one who had been a superintendent of schools and never lost touch with the public schools, was a charter member of the faculty. He was a member of the first Board of Trustees and served as its secretary throughout his life. He acted at first in the dual capacity as bursar and teacher of Education. When a full time treasurer relieved him of some of his duties, he devoted his time to his teaching, but he continued to add other duties.

Under his leadership the Department of Education expanded rapidly and a Model School was built for practice-teaching and demonstration. When the president gave up the directorship of the summer school. Professor Wilson became the director. He was chairman of many important committees, two that have been in existence since the beginning of the school, the Library and the Appointment Committees. Throughout the building of the course of study, he rendered valuable service and was a member of that committee from the time the institution was only a two-year normal until its beginning as a teachers college.

"If true teaching is living in the lives of students, then Professor Wilson was ann nig the greatest of all these." To the students and young teachers he was like a father. He had the knack of fitting the right girl in the right community. He then kept up with her as she continued to teach - rejoicing in her success and grieving over her failure, lie had sympathy and understanding, was strength and courage to all who knew him.






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Miss Neta Lee Townsend






Miss Mary Lou Britton






Miss Doris Mewborn






HERBERRT E. AUSTIN

(1866-1929)

Coming to the institution from Massachusetts by way of Baltimore and Maryland Normal School, Herbert E. Austin possessed the qualities that are best in the Xew Englander and these were softened by the influences of the South. He was well versed in the best educational practices of the day and was a good judge as to whether or not new ideas were workable.

Serving as chairman of the Appointment Committee his last eight years, Mr. Austin became well known throughout ' the state, especially to superintendents, who had great confidence in his judgment in selecting young teachers who could fit into definite situations. It became the supreme concern of his life to place the graduates where they could do their best and reflect credit upon their Alma Mater. He knew not only the scholastic record of each student but had notes on her attitude and personality.

The students admired him ardently and knew that under his dignified exterior he had a sympathetic, kind heart. "His clear presentation of problems and his guidance in the logical solution, step by step, made them realize he was a great teacher." As an adviser of student activities, he was much sought after, and his rich baritone voice added greatly to many a college program.

1 fe was a valuable one to have as a charter member of the staff whose purpose was to send its students into communities as teachers.






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