The Tecoan 1941



























Turn Back the Clock

BETTY KEUZENKAMP

EDITOR

LALLAH B. WATTS

BUSINESS MANAGER






presented by






1941 Tecoan

Published Annually By The Student Body of

East Carolina Teachers College . Greenville, N. C.






From Twelve to Twelve, life at East Caro- lina Teachers College is full of happen- ings, some sad and some gay, but each and everyone of us would not give up our four years of college life.

Some of you think college is hard, studies and restrictions filling up your day. But twenty years from now when you take down this annual to look back over your college career, and see our theme, we hope it will help you to "turn back the clock" of Time.

Each college career is divided into four distinct divisions. You Seniors have just finished the "College Clock", whereas you Juniors are only three-fourths way around the "Clock". Sophomores and Freshmen, you may only fill up the first half of our "College Clock", but in only a few years you will be where the Seniors are today.

Make every one of your minutes in the "Clock of College" count.

B.K.











DEDICATION

To The Honorable F. C. Harding, friend and coun- selor we, the students of East Carolina Teachers College, affectionately dedicate the 1941 edition of the Tecoan.






THE HONORABLE F. C. HARDING






CAMPUS SCENES






Future Campus Scenes Will Change But These Views We Shall Never Forget






CAMPUS SCENES











DR. LEON R. MEADOWS

President

Thus far your life has been spent in what is generally known as the period of preparation; soon you will leave college for the purpose of taking upon your shoulders the full duties and responsibilities of adult citizenship. We hope and have cause to believe that you will take with you the ability to solve many of the problems that now face civilization, and the courage to undertake bravely their solution; suc- cessful efforts in this task will require knowledge, cooperation, char- acter, tolerance, wisdom, and a proper sense of justice to others. Your Alma Mater wishes for you the best that you are worthy to receive.

Leon R. Meadows. President.






DR. HERBERT REBARKER

Dean of Men

The yesterdays in ceaseless, stern array Recede into the ever-lengthening past ; In the flaming forge of fate each one is

cast. Each moulded in the likeness of today, Tomorrow's vital link with yesterday. The noisy film of passing time fleets fast On the silent screen of life, until at last The imagery dims and quickly fades

away. Each yesterday is but a mute portrait Of joys and ills, fond hopes, good deeds

and bad, Kind thoughts, sweet dreams, ambition,

love and hate, All interwoven in the fabric's plaid. With the backward turn of the fateful

hands of time The yesterdays reveal our life's design.

ANNIE L MORTON

Dean of Women

Many of our grandmothers were great believers i n patchwork quilts. "These little pieces of cloth represent the family", they would say. In the quilts some squares were finer than others depending upon the workman- ship and materials used.

In many respects our college standards and traditions resemble a patchwork quilt. Each is the outgrowth of some idea or ideal of former members of our col- lege family. What contribution have you made?






The FACULTY

Dk. Lucille Turner. Director of Instruction, Eng- lish: Miss Mamie Jenkins, English; Miss Lois Grigsby. English; Miss Emma L. Hooper. English: Dr. Denver Baughan. English; Miss Mary Greene. English; Dr. M. N. Posey, English: Dr. Herbert ReBarker, Director of Instruction, Mathematics; Miss Louise Williams. Mathematics.

Miss Elizabeth England. Mathematics ; Dr. R. J. Slay. Director of Instruction, Science; Dr. R. C. Brandt. Science; Dr. Charles Reynolds. Science; Dr. W. S. Deloache. Science: Dr. O. C. Wilton. Science; Miss Mary Caughey. Science; Mr. R. C. Deal. Director of Instruction, French: Miss Mar- guerite Austin. French.

Mr. Elmer Browning. Director of Instruction, Com- merce ; Miss Lena C. Ellis. Commerce; Miss Velma Lowe, Commerce: Miss Audrey Dempsey. Com- merce; Dr. A. D. Frank. Director of Instruction, History; Miss Laura Rose, History; Dr. R. L. Hilldrup. History: Mr. E. C Hollar. History; Mr. M. L. Wright. Sociology.

Dr. Beecher Flanagan. Economics; Dr. Paul Toll. Economics; Dr. E. L. Henderson, Director of Instruction, Administration and Supervision; Dr. Carl L. Adams. Director of Instruction, Psychology; Miss Annie Newell. Education: Miss Lucille Charlton, Education. Dr. Hubert C. Haynes. Education and Psychology; Miss Dora Coates, Di- rector of Supervision, Primary and Grammar Grade i : Miss Kate Lewis. Director of Instruction, Art.

Miss Vida Marie Vicks, Art; Mr. Parnelle Pickle- simer. Director of Instruction, Geography; Dr Brown, Geography; Mr. J. B. Cummings. Geogra- phy; Miss Ruby Sholtz, Home Economics; Miss Evelyn Rogers. Home Economics; Miss Pearl Chapman. Home Economics; Mrs. Ethel Reid Waiters, Home Economics; Miss Mobel Lacy, Home Economics.











The FACULTY

Mr. William McHenry, Industrial Arts: Mr. O. A. Hankner. Director of Instruction, Physical Educa- tion; Miss Helen McElwain. Physical Education; Mr. John B. Christenbury, Physical Education; Mr. A. L. Dittmer. Director of Instruction, Music Education ; Miss Lois V. Gorrell. Music Education; Miss Gussie Kuykendall. Music Education; Mr. Denton Rossell. Music Education; Miss Margaret Sammon, Assistant Librarian: Mr. Vfstfr Mulhol- i and, Principal Senioi High .School, English.

Miss Deanie Boone Haskett, Critic Teacher, Eng- lish; Mr. R. G. Walser, Critic Teacher, English: Mr. Judson White, Critic Teacher, English and History; Miss Cooper Bell, Critic Teacher, Science: Mr. Elmer Robinson, Critic Teacher, Science: Miss Imogene Riddick, Critic Teacher, French; Miss Laura Bell, Critic Teacher, Commerce: Miss Eve- lyn Buchannan, Critic Teacher, Mathematics : Miss Estelle Greene, Critic Teacher, Mathematics; Mr. Cunningham, Critic Teacher. History.

Mr. Bo Farley, Critic Teacher, Physical Education: Miss Frances Wahl, Principal, training School; Miss Ruth Faison, First Grade: Miss Ann Red- wine. First Grade: Miss Christine Johnson, Second Grade; Miss Lucy Nulton, Second Grade; Miss Eunice McGee. Third Grade: Mrs. Lindsay Savage, Third Grade: Miss Louise Galphin. Fourth Grade; Miss Alma Browning, Fourth Grade.

Miss Cleo Rainwater. Fifth Grade; Miss Hyman. Sixth Grade; Miss Cobb. Sixth Grade; Miss Kath- leen Plumb. Seventh Grade; Mr. F. D. Duncan. College Treasurer: Mrs. Owens. Treasurer's Assist- ant; Mr. Rufus Johnson. Treasurer's Assistant; Miss Hazel Willis, Secretary; Miss Ola Ross, As- sistant Registrar; Mrs. Agnfs Barrett, Secretary to the President.

Miss Stella Grogan, Superintendent o) the Infir- mary: Miss Mary Lea Smith, Assistant Superintend- ent of the Infirmary ; Miss Ruth White. Dormitory- Matron: Miss Mary Cheatham, Dormitory Matron: Miss Elizabeth Smith. Assistant Dean of Women; Miss Arlie V. Moore, Supervisor of Buildings; Mrs. L. L. Reeves. Stewardess to Dining Hall.











IN MEMORIAM

MRS. M. N. POSEY

We will be patient, and assuage the feeling

We may not wholly stay; By silence sanctifying, not concealing.

The grief that must have way.






IN MEMORIAM

MR. DEAN TABOR

O gift of God! O perfect day: Whereon shall no man work, but play: Whereon it is enough for inc. Not to be doing, but to be!






CLASSES

SEPTEMBER

til JUNE











12 o'clock midnight

Officers






back to 9 o'clock''

MISIE CASTLEBERRY President

O. D. ANDREWS Vice President

MATTIE DAVIS Secretary

REBECCA SHANKS Treasurer






SENIORS

Lillian Abee

Greenville, N. C.

History and Social Science

Pauline Elizabeth Abeyounis

Greenville, N. C.

French and English

St Joseph's College 1; English Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. Pne Society 2; Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Phi Sigma 3. 4. President 4; Speech Choir 2. 3; Chi Pi 3, 4: Chi Pi Plav r Plav. World

Madeline Adams

Grimesland, N. C.

History and English

English Club 2, 3. 4: Teco Echo Reporter International Relations Club 3, 4, Vice-Pi.-ni.nl 4 , 4; Circle Captain

Yvonne Sangster Alderman

Rose Hill, N. C. Grammar

W. C. U. N. C. 1; Glee Club 2. 3, 4; Band 2, 3.

Eugenia B. Allen

Elizabethtown, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Y. W. C. A. 1. 2. 4; Y. W. C. A. Jr. Cabinet; Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4; Science Club 3. 4; Proctor 4:

Gladys Allen

Albemarle, N. C. Primary

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

J. F. Allen

Greenville, N. C.

History and French

Mary Agnes Alston

Inez, N. C.

Grammar

Y.W.C.A. 1: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Speech Choir; Association of Childhood Kdmaiion 2. 3; Group i Mrflimlisl Student Cabinet 2. 3, 4.

O. D. Andrews

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Science and Math

N.C. State 1, 2; Co-Editor Summer School Teco Echo 3; Assocaiate Editor Teco Echo 4; Vice-President Senior Class.

Mildred Laxton Andrews Enfield, N. C.

English and History

English Club 3. 4; Poe Society 3. 4; Vice-Chairman College District Y.D C. of North Carolina 4; Executive Committee Y.D.C. of N.C. 4: Executivt Roosevelt Club 4; Peace College 1. 2.

Ruth Askew

Warsaw, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Sally M. Atkinson

Greenville, N. C. Grammar Grade

Poe Society: W.A.A.; Y.D.C.

TECOAN






SENIORS

Tula Nell Atkinson

Orrum, N. C.

Grammar Grade

W.C.U.N.C. 1, 2; Emerson Society 3. 4; ACE.

Mary Kate Austin

Peachland, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 3. 4.

Eloise Averette

Wake Forest, N. C.

Commerce and Social Science

Commerce Club 1. 2. 3. 4; B.S.U. Council 2. 3: Social Science Club 3 International Relations Club 3. 4; Y.W. A. 1. 2. 3. 4; BT.U. Officer 2. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4.

Mary Grant Bailey

Selma, N. C.

Primary

House President 4: Proctor 3: A.C.E. 3.

Sarah Ann Baker

Youngsville, N. C.

Margaret Nixon Barcliff

Wilmington, N. C

Grammar Grade

Louisburg 1. 2: A.C.E. 4; Y.D.C. 4.

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

Laumeta Barden

Orrum, N. C.

Primary

Peace College 1, 2; Poe Society 4; Y.D.C. 4; ACE. 4

Pearlie Ward Barnhill

Greenville, N. C.

Science and Commerce

Margaret Reo Bass

Nashville, N. C.

Math and French

Campbell College 1. 2; Math Club 3. 4.

Lessie Bateman

Columbia, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Evelyn Bazemore

Lewiston, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Mary Elizabeth Beasley

Lumberton, N. C.

Primary

ACE 1, 2. 3. 4: Group Leader 2; Secretary 4; Executive Board 4; Y.W.C.A. 1; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 2; Chief Marshal (Summer) 4; House President (Summer); Chairman Dance Committee (Summer); Presidents Club 4; Feature 3; Senior Superlative

TECOAN






SENIORS

Bess Barnhart

Acme, N. C.

Home Economic.

Camilla Bissette

Wilson, N. C.

Grammar

Y.W.C.A.: Y.D.C.; F.T.A.; Poe Society(

Doris Blalock

Lucama, N. C.

Science and English

Hub 2. 3: Vice-President W.S.G.A. 3; Treasurer Senior Y Cabinet 3: Constitution Committee 3. 4; Delegate to S I. AGS. Conference 2, 3: Delegate to N.S.F.A. Con- ference 4; President W.S.G.A- 4; Representative to Senior Y Cabinet 4, Chairman Publication Board 4: OlKiiiman En! >-i nunimmt Committee 4; Chairman Bud- get Committee 4; Social Committee Among Students 3; Presidents Superlative.

Rachel Blanchard

Greenville, N. C.

History and Physical Education

W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.D.C. 4; Varsity Soccer 3; Hockey 3; Head of Individual Sports 3, 4.

Elmer Lee Bland

Bethel, N. C.

History and Physical Education

Intramural Sports

Anna Belle Boyd Greenville, N. C.

English and History

Peace Junior College: Y.D.C.

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

Mary Helen Boykin

Williamston, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Ruby Braxton

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Saxon Bray

Winston-Salem, N.C.

History, French and English

David S. Breece Raleigh, N. C.

Commerce and Social Science

President Freshman Class; Football 1; Baseball 1, 2: Boxing 1. 2; Tennis 3. 4; Varsitv Club 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 3; Senior Play 2. 3. 4: Chi Pi Players 3. 4; Presi- dent 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4: Senior Superlative.

Elsie Brendle

Bryson City, N.C.

Home Economics and Science

Rabun Gap 1, 2; Presdient B.S.U. Summer 3; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Y.W.C.A. 4.

Mary Katherine Brinkley

Valdese, N>C.

Primary

Emerson Society; Y.W.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Choir 4

TECOAN






SENIORS

Mildred BRILEY

Robersonville, N. C.

History and Math

Basketball 1: Treasurer of Class 2; Math Club

Agnes Britt

Clinton, N. C.

Primary

Y.W.C.A. 1; A.C.E. 3.

Donald Brock

Trenton, N. C.

History and Physical Education

Patricia Brooks

Greenville, N. C.

Commerce and Science

Poe Society 1: Commerce Club 1, 3, 4; Methodist Stu- dent Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet Member 4: Pieces of Eight 3. 4. Editor 4; Y.D.C. 4; Alpha Iota 3. 4". His- torian 4; Publications Board 4. Who's Who Among Stu- dents in Ame-i-uLin Cnll,.-'.:- ,md Universities 4; Presi- dents Club 4: College Museum Club 4; Science Club

Alva Ruth Brown

Belcross, N. C.

Primary

Evelyn Brummitt Kittrell, N. C.

Commerce and English

3. English Club 2. 3: Commerce

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

Elizabeth Bryan

La Grange, N. C.

Grammar Grade

ACE. 3. 4; F.T.A. 3. 4: YD C 3. 4, Y.W.CJ

GERALDINE BULLUCK

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Junior Y Cabinet; Features 3.

Elizabeth Burns

Delco, N. C.

Commerce and Physical Education

Commerce Club 1. 2, 3. 4; W.A.A.

Robert Burton

Bethel, N. C.

Physical Education

Basketball 1; Y.D.C. 2, 3; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Y.M. C. A. 3, 4,

Gatsey Truett Butler

Falcon, N. C.

Primary

Lanier Society 2. 3.

Martha Butler

Tabor City, N. C.

Physical Education and Science

Coker College 1, 2.

TECOAN






SENIORS

Annie Gray Byrd

Bailey, N. C.

Primary

Lula Cameron

Cameron, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Poe Soceity 1, 2, Science Club 2, 3. 4; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4.

Joyce Campbell

Lucama, N. C.

Social Science and History

Junior Y Cabinet 1; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3; Lanier Societv 3: Entertainment Committee 4; Chi G.A. Representative 2; Who's Who Colleges and Univer-

Frances Cash

Wendell, N. C.

Grammar

Maisie Castlebury

Apex, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Vice-President Junior Class; President of B.S.U. 4: President of Senior Class; Who's Who Anions Students in American Colleges and Universities.

Blanche Jessup Chappell

Belvidere, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Soceity 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 4; President Y. W. A. 3, 4,.

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

Jane Copeland

Ahoskie, N. C.

Primary

Junior Y Cabinet 1; Chowan Junior College 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Senior Play 4; A.C.E. 4; Y.W. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Pi Players 3, 4; Historian 4.

Mary Elizabeth Coppedge

Thomasville, N. C.

English and Music

Mars Hill 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Orchestar 3, 4; Senior Play 4.

L. C. Capps

Jacksonville, N. C.

History and Physical Education

Wista Covington

Dillon, S.C.

Home Economics and Science

Jewel Cozart

Greenville, N. C.

Primary

Barbara Edna

Creech Snow Hill, N. C.

Grammar Grades

Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Alumni Sons and Daughters 3. 4.

TECOAN






SENIORS

Mary Frances

Cutts Stovall, N. c.

Home Economics and Science

El EANORA CROMARTIE

Garland, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Peace Junior College 1, 2; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; LKanier Society 3, 4; P.S.A. 3, 4; Cabinet 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; Y. D. C. 4.

James Burton Daniels

Crossnore, N. C.

Math and Science

Football 4: Pieces of Eight 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Poe Cosiety 1, 2; Y.D.C. 4; History Club.

Helen Davenport

Kinston, N. C.

Commerce and History

Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Poe Society 1, 2; Y.D.C. 4; History Club.

Katherine Davenport

Greenville, N. C.

Commerce and French

Phi Sigma 2, 3. 4. Secretary and Treasurer 4; Y.D.G. 3. 4. Executive Committee 3. 4; Delegate Student Legis- lature 4; Alpha Iota Sorority 4.

Lila B. Davenport

Roper, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society 1; M.S. A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Home Economics

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

Madeline Davenport

Oak City, N. C.

Primary

William A. Davidson

Plymouth, N. C.

Math and Physical Education

Football 1. 2. 3; Baseball 1. 3. 4; M.S.G.A. Varsity Club 3, 4; Math Club 4; State Collegi

Dorothy Louise Davis

Burgaw, N. C.

Primary

Teco Echo Representative ciety 1; Science Club 2, 3; ACE 4: TECOAN Editor Representative 4; College Choir 3,

Mattie Davis

Pikeville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1. 2; ACE. 3; Secretary of Class 4.

Myra Evelyn Davis

Beaufort, N. C.

Primary

Home Economics Club 1.

Mabel Deans

Goldsboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Y.W.C.A. 2. 4: A.C.E. 3, 4; M.S.A. Circle Captain 4.

TECOAN






SENIORS

Mary Katherjne Dobson

Beaulaville, N. C.

History and English

Jerome Donaldson

Metter, Georgia

Commerce and Math

Student Council 3: Membership Chairman of Y.M.C.A. 4: Math Club 4; Commerce Club 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 4.

Bill Dudash

Massena, New York

Physical Ed. and Social Science

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 1 2; Chi Pi Players 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Milky Way 3; Skull

Florence Dudley

Greenville, N. C.

History and English

Poe Society 3, 4; Chi Pi Players 4.

Jeanette Early

Ahoskie, N. C.

History and English

Nympie Edgerton

Kenly, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

W.C.U.N.C. 1, 2; Home economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Poe Society 3; W.A.A. 3.

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

Estelle Marie Edwards

Newport, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

W.A.A. 1, 2; Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Poe Soceity 1.

Julia Worth Edwards

Tabor City, N. C.

Commerce

Mary Elizabeth Eagles

Pinetops, N. C.

English and French

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; French Society 1, 2, 3. 4; Dra- matics Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1; Voice Choir 2. 3.

Mary Elliot

Edenton, N. C.

Primary

Poe Society 1: A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2. 3, 4: W.S O.A. 4; House President 4

Sarah McNair Evans

St. Pauls, N. C.

English and History

Junior Y Cabinet 1: Y.W.C.A. I: Ki PI Players 1. 2; Verse Speaking Choir 2. 3; Business Staff Teco Echo 3.

Janie Everett

Robersonville, N. C.

English and French

English Club 4; Phi Sigma 1, 2. 3, 4: Chi Pi Players 3. 4; Y.D.C. 4.






SENIORS

Berline Faircloth

Roseboro, N. C.

English

POe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A> 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 2, 3, 4.

Sue Foy

Pollocksville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

W.C.U.N.C. 1; Proctor: Freshman Y Council; Alethe- - Society; Science Club 2, 3, 4; ADS. Club 2. 3 Home Economics Club 3, 4.

Christine Fentress

Knotts Island, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2. 3, 4; Science Club 2 M.S.A. 1. 2.

Louise Fisher

St. Pauls, N. C.

French and English

Appalachian State Teachers College; Phi Sigma; English Club; Y.W.C.A.; Y.D.C.

Charley J. Frazelle

Richlands, N. C.

Science and Math

Mervin Frazelle

Richlands, N. C.

Commerce and History

Phi Sigma Pi 4: Commerce Club 3. 4; Y.M.CJ Football 1, 2. 3: Varsity Club 2. 3. 4; Band 1. 2, Orchestra 2. 3. 4; International Relation- Club i lor Play 4; Senior Superlative.

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

Florence Gaddy

Jacksonville, N. C.

Primary

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

Hazel Gainey

Dunn, N. C.

Primary

Annie Eliza Garris

Ayden, N. C.

Commerce and Math

Edwnea Garris

Primary

Y.D.C. 4.

Phillip Garris

Ayden, N. C.

Commerce and History

Martha Gaskins

New Bern, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

TECOAN






SENIORS

Nina Suttle Gatling

Gates, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

W.C.U.N.C. 1, 2; Poe Society 3. 4: W.A.A. 3, 4; Y.D.C. 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Science Club 3. 4.

Ida Marie George

Comfort, N. C.

English and French

Louisburg College 1, 2, English Club 3, 4; Sigma Phi Alpha 4; College Choir 3; Glee Club 4; Verse Speaking Choir 3; English Club 4; Vice-President 4; Editor-in-Chief of Phi Sigma 4; Senior Superlative.

Myra Godfrey

Jonesboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2, 3. 4; Delegate to State Home Economic Convention 3; Science Club 3; Y.W.C.A. 1; TECOAN Representative 3; House President 4: Who's American Colleges and Uni-

Thera Godwin

Falcon, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Anne Seville Goolsby

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Atlantic Christian College 1; Poe Society 2. 3,

Edith Mae Grant

Garysburg, N. C.

Grammar

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

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

Frances Wickliffe Gulledge

Greenwood, S. C.

Commerce

Senior Superlative.

Lorene Frances Hamrick

Shelby, N. C.

Primary

Y.D.C. 4: ACE.

Artis Hardee

Greenville, N. C.

Science and History

Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3. 4; Y.D.C.

Ernestine Hardee

Grimesland, N. C.

History and English

International Relations Club 4; Lanier Society 4; Y.W.C.A. 4.

Mary Frances Hardy

Maury, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Lanier Society 1. 2. 3. Marshal 2. 3. Treasurer 1; W. S.O.A. 2; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3; Junior Y Cabinet 1. Choric Speaking Choir 2. 3; Who's Who Among Stu- American Colleges and Universities 4: W.A.A.

Ruth Gleen Hardy

LaGrange, N. C.

Commerce and Math

Math Club 1. 2, 3. 4. President 3; Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chariman of Social Committee 4; Alpha Iota 3, 4, Vice President 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3.






SENIORS

Elizabeth H. Harrell

Gates, N. C.

English and History

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Poe Soceity 1, 2, 3, 4; History Club 2; International Relations Club 3, 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Verse Speaking Choir 3; TECOAN Representative Gates County Club 3. 4.

Belva Dare Harris

Greenville, N. C.

History and Social Scienc

Glee Club 1. 2. 3: B.S.U. Council 2.

Floyd Hinton

Rocky Mount, N. C.

History and Physical Education

Martha Hoell

Grimesland, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Olga Hoggard

Lewiston, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Chowan College; A.C.E. 4: Y.D.C.

Elizabeth Holliday

Greenville, N. C.

Primary

B.S.U. Council 2. 3; Glee Club 4.

E.C.T.C.






SENIORS

Myrtle Hopkins

Plymouth, N. C.

Home Economics and Scienc

W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team 1 Hume Ki:unoniH\s Club 3. 4;

Alice Marshall Humphries

Woodsdale, N. C.

Primary

Mars Hill Junior College 1. 2; A.C.E. 3.

Clarissa M. Humphrey

Wilmington, N. C.

English and Social Science

Teco Echo Reporter; TECOAN Business Staff 4; Pieces of Eight Editorial Staff; Delegate Student LegiMuturt' Co-Chairman Program Committee; Y.D.C. Executive Commit tec; English Club.

Kathryn Hurst

Marines, N. C.

Primary

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

Elizabeth Willa Hutchinson

Bladenboro, N. C.

Primary

Peace Junior College; Sigma Phi Kappa 1, 2: A.C.E. 3: Y.W.C.A. 3: Glee Club 2, 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4. Vice- President 4.

Mary Frances Irvin

Shelby, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2; Feature 3: A.S.T.C. Summer

TECOAN






SENIORS

William Ward James

Winterville, N. C.

Mathematics and English

Chi Pi Players 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 4; Junior Play 2; Varsity Club Play 3; Senior PLay 3; World Premier of Ramona 4; Entertainment Committee 4.

Helen Brown Jefferson

Fountain, N. C. Commerce

Inez Jennings

Halifax, Virginia

English and History

Campbell College 1. 2; I.R.C. 4.

Louise Jones

Pink Hill, N. c.

Commerce

Louisburg College 1: Commerce Club Glee Club 3. 4: Y.D.C. 4. Poe Society 2:

Leon Justice

Jacksonville, N. C.

History and Science

Louisburg College 1. 2; Y.M.C.A. 4: Y.D.C.

Annie Laurie Keene

Smithfield, N. C.

Commerce and English

Flora Macdonald College; English Club 2. 3, 4. Secre- tary 3: Commerce Club 2. 3; Alpha Iota Sorority 3, 4. Social Secretary 4; Poe Society 2. 3, 4; ' Who's Who Among Students

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SENIORS

Helen Kemp

Louisburg, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Eloise Kennedy

Kerr, N. C.

Grammar Grade

W.C.U.N.C. 1; Y.W.C. A. 4; A.C.E. 4; TECOAN Reprcsenlatn

Barbara Keuzenkamp

Greenville, N. C.

Commerce and French

Class Representative for Teco Echo 1. 2; Associate Editor ot Teen Echo 2. Simla Pi Alpha 1. 2. 4; Glee Club 1; Orchestra 1. 2. 4. Drum Majorette of Band 1. 2. 4; Commerce Club 2. 4: Mixed Choir 2, 4; Alpha Inla .Sorontv :'. 4 Correspondmi: Secretary and Public- ity Chairman 2, President 4; Delegate to Alpha Iota; Conclave. Washington. D. C. 4; Delegate Technical Staff Senior Play 2: Fashion Columnisl for "News Leader", and "The Beaufort News" 1. 2. 4: Teco Echo Staff 4; Associate Editor of TECOAN 4; Publications Board 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.

Betty Keuzenkamp

Greenville, N. C.

Commerce and French

Choir 2. 4; Girls Glee Club 1; Drum Majorette of Band 1. 2. 4; String Quartet 1. 2: Com- merce Club 1. 4; Teco Echo Staff 1. 2. 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 1. 2. 4; Alpha Iota Sorority 2, 4. Treasurer 2. Pledge Captain 4; Class Representative to TECOAN 1: Editor-in-Chief of TECOAN 4; Delegate to N.C.C.P.A. 4; Delegate to Alpha Iota Conclave 4; President! Club 4; Publications Board 4; Who's drill-, in American Colleges and Un Chairman of Y.D.C. 4.

Helen King

Gates, N. C.

History and French

Phi Sigma 2. 3. 4; Methodist Cabinet 3.

Edna Catherine Kirby

Lucama, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Atlantic Christian College; Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4; Science Club 3. 4.

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SENIORS

Mary Esther Koonce

Richlands, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Poe Society 1. 2. 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; HOme Economics Club 3, 4; Pieces of Eight Staff 3; Chi Pi Players 1, 2, 3, 4.

Margaret Lamb

Commerce

Helen Ailene Lane

Fort Barnwell, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

Joanna Lane

Tabor City, N. C.

Primary

Lanier Society 1. 2; A.C.E. 3. 4; F.T.A. 4.

Mildred Langley

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Thelma Langston

Rocky Point, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Poe Soceity 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.D.C. 3, 4.

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SENIORS

Wilma Grary Lee

Dunn, N. C.

Primary and Public School Music

A.C.E. 3, 4; College Band 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4.

Mary Hines Leonard

Nashville, N. C.

Howe Economics and Science

Campbell College 1. 2; Home Economics Club 3.

Dorothy Clark Lewis

Macclesfield, N. C.

Primary

Effie Senora Lewis

Farmville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

YWCA 1 2; Junior Y Cabinet 1; Home Economics Ciub 1. 2. 3. 4: Science Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Poe Society 1. 2. 3, 4; W.S.G.A. 2; M.S.A. Cabinet 3.

Kathleen Lewis

Wilmington, N. C.

Grammar Grade

A.C.E. 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, Constitution Committee 2; Pieces of Eight stall Assistant Business Manager 3. Business Manager 4; FT. A. 3. 4. President 4. Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities 4; Y.D.C. 3, 4; Presidents Club 4.

Sarah Edith Lindley

Snow Camp, N. C.

Primary

Guilford College 1; U.N.C. Summer School; A.C.E. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; College Choir 3.

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SENIORS

Mary Lenora Little

Freeland, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

HOme Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4.

Inez Lyday

Brevard, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club.

Albert Maness

Chadbourn, N. C.

Commerce and History

Commerce Club 2. 3. 4; History Club I. 2, 3. 4. Treasurer 4. Manaeer Foot- I and Baseball 3; Varsitv Club 4.

Rkon Gladys Maness

Hemp, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College 1, 2; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; M.S.A. 3, 4; W.A.A. 4.

Carrie Mae Mann

Lake Landing, N. C.

Commerce and French

Lanier Society 1, 2. 3; Y.W.C.A. 1; Alpha Iota Sorority 4: W.A.A. 4; Commerce Club 2. 3. 4. Phi Sigma 1, 2. 3. 4.

Edna Marshburn

Clinton, N. C.

Grammar Grade

A.C.E.; B.T.U. Officer; Y.W.A. Secretary.

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SENIORS

Benjamin Franklin Martin

Bethel, N. C.

History and Social Science

Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4.

Kelly Martin

Conway, N. C.

Social Science and Physical Ed.

Football 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4; Varsity Club 2. 3. 4. Treasurer.

Elizabeth Mashburn

Benson, N. C.

Mathematics and History

Y.W.C.A. 1, 4; Mathematics Club I, 2. 3. 4. Secretary and Treasurer 2; I.R.C. 2, 3; P.S.A. Council 3. 4.

Mrs. Louise Petty Matheny

Pittsboro, N. C.

Primary and Music

Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Lanier Society 2, 3; Debating Club

Sally Mary Mathias

Gates, N. C.

Primary

W.A.A. 2. 3. 4; A.C.E. 2, 3, 4: M.S.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; President t Vice-Preside, il :i ACE Cabinet 4; Y.D.C 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 4.

Evelyn Wright Matthews

Kipling, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Meredith College 1; Y.W.C.A. 2, 4; A.C.E. 4; Philare- Society 1.

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SENIORS

Addie Lee Meador

Williamston, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1, 2, 3; Proctor 2; A.D.C. Club 2, 3, 4; Vice Preisdent 4; Y.D.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4.

Elizabeth Meadows

Greenville, N. C.

Math and Science

Teco Echo Reporter 2. Editor 3; Math Club 2, 3. 4; TECOAN Start 4; Science Club 4; Band 3: Orchestra 2. 3. 4.

Leon Meadows, Jr.

Greenville, N. C.

Math and Science

Tennis Team 1, 2. 3, 4; Band Science Club 2; Olee Club 1,

Elizabeth Meiggs

Camden, N. C.

Home Economics and Scienc

Lanier Society 1. 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4.

William L. Merner

Durham, N. C

Physical Education and Commerce

Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary And Treasurer 2. Publicity Agent, President 4; Manager of Basketball and Baseball 1. 2, 3; M. TECOAN Associate Editor 3; Phi Sigma Pi President 4: Who's Who Among Students

Elizabeth Merritt

Rose Hill, N. C.

Grammar Grade

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

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SENIORS

Nellie Lee Michael

Mebane, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

Irene Mitcham

Goldsboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade

President Episcopal Students 4; Prcotor 4; Emerson Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Y Cabinet 1; Y Cabinet 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; A.C.E. 3, 4; F.t.A. 3, 4; Song Leader 3; Chi Pi Players 3, 4; WHo's Who Amoing Students in American Colleges and Universities 4; World Premier of Ramona Senior Play 4.

Bruce Modlin

Jamesville, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Emerson Society 1, 2; W.A.A. 2; College Choir 3; F.T.A. 3; A.C.E. 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Y.D.C. 4.

Edna Montgomery

Warrenton, N. C.

Primary

Emily Montague

Oxford, N. c.

Primary

Geneva Moore

Stokes, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.D.C. 3. 4; A.C.E. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 3.

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SENIORS

Margaret D. Moore Greenville, N. C.

Math and English

Teco Echo Reporter 3. 4; Senior Class Reporter 4; TECOAN Associate Editor 4. Math Club 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 4; English Club 3. 4: ADS. Club 2. 3. 4.; Y.W.C.A. 3.

Ruth Mooring Snow Hill, N. C.

Grammar Grade

ACE. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4.

Norman Foerster Moore Bethel, N. C.

History, English and Social Science

U.N.C. 3: Tuscaloosa. Ala. 2: Poe Society 1. 2.

No vine Moore

Lucama, N. C.

English and History

Peggy Moss Stokes, N. C.

Commerce and Science

Mars Hill Junior College 1. 2.

Evelyn Myrick Littleton, N. C.

Grammar Grade

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SENIORS

Margaret Mc. Daniel Woodland, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2, 3.

Ellen McIntire

Red Oak, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Meredith College 1: Lanier Society 2. 3, 4, Vice- President 3, President 4 Marshall 4 Hume Economics Club 1, 2. 3 4. Vice-President 4. Science Club 2. 3 Chi Pi Players 3; W.A.A. 2; Varsity Soccer 2: Who's Among Students in American Colleges and Universities4; Teco Echo Staff 2, 3; Associate Business Manager 3.

Gladys Grantham Newbern

Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 4; Proctor 2; Wayne County Club 1.

Mrs. Rachael McPherson Newlin

Raleigh, N. C.

Primary Education

Guiltord College 1; U.n.C. Summer School; A.C.E. 3, 4; Proctor 3: College Choir 3.

Hampton Noe

Wilmington. N. C.

Science and History

"The Citadel" 1; History Club 2, 3: International Re- lations Club 4. Executive Committee 4; Science Club 2. 3. 4; Chi Pi Players 2, 3. 4: Technical Staff Senior Play 1, 2. 3. 4; Construction Staff ot The Varsity Club Football 2; Cheer Episcopal Stu-dne tOrganization 1, 2, 3, 4; Publicity Manger 2, 3; TECOAN Staff 4.

Juanita O'Brien

Stovall, N. C.

English and French

Phi Sigma 2. 3, 4; English Club 2, secretary ut Granville County Club 2

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SENIORS

Hazel Owens

Fountain, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1. 2. 3,

MYRTIE PARNELL

Pikeville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4; Lanier Society

Elizabeth Loftin Pearsall

Wallace, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

Janie Reid Phillips

Grifton, N. C.

Primary Education

Peace Junior College 1. 2: A.S.D. 3. 4; A.C.I

Mary Elizabeth Phillips

Macclesfield, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Matt Phillips

Greenville, N. C.

Physical Education and Commerce

Mars Hill College; U.N.C. Footba Pieces of Eight 4: Teco Echo Staff Photographer 4.

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SENIORS

Elizabeth Piland

Conway, N. C.

Primary and Public School Music

A.C.E. 1, 2. 3. 4: M.S.A. Cabinet 2; Glee Club 2. Orchestra 2. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 4.

Lydia Piner

New Bern, N. C.

English and History

Emerson Society 3; Jarvis Debating Club 3; Teco Echo 4; English Club 4; Senior Play (Worlds Premier of Ramona) 4; Senior Superlative

Leelah Blanche Pittman

Whitakers, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg Junior College 1, 2.

Maybelle Pollock

Pollocksville, N. C.

Physical Education and English

Campbell College 1, 2; W.A.A. 3, 4; Cabinet 4; M.S.A. 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; Y.D.C. 4.

Ruth Young Pollard

Garner, N. C.

French and History

Peace Junior College 1, 2; Phi Sigma 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Choir College .D.C. 3 Editorial Star! of Pieces i of Teco Echo 4. Pieces of Eight 3.

Dorothy Poteat

Marion, N. C.

History and English

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SENIORS

Sara Ann Proctor

Greenville, N. C.

Physical Education and Science

Sinai School of Nursing 1: Emerson Society 2. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3. 4; Y.D.C. 4; Science Club 3. 4; Band 2. 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Head of Basketball 3. 4: Tennis Team 4: Varsity Hockey 3. 4. Manager ul

Thelma Rayford

Newton Grove, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. 1. 2: A.C.E. 2. 3. 4: Proctor 4.

Alice Lee Rich

Wake Forest, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4: Science Club 2. 3; Y.W. C.A. 1, 2; Secretary of Class 2.

Harry S. Riddick

Gatesville, N. C.

Physical Education and Science

Varsity Club 3. 4; Baseball 3: Science Club.

Madeline Riddick

Hobbsville, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society 4; A.C.E. 4.

Doris Roberts

Shawboro, N. C.

Home Economics

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SENIORS

Frances Crandall Roebuck

Washington, N. C.

Physical Education and Science

Atlantic Christian College; W.C.U.N.C: W.A.A. 3. 4; TECOAN Representative 4: Tenuis :l 4, Varsity Hnckcv Varsity Basketball V W C A 3, 4. Poe Society 3. 4; Seienee club 3. 4; A.D.S. 3. 4. President 4; Cheer Leader 3. 4, Head Cheer Leader 4; Delegate to Stu- dent Legislature 4; Y.D.C. 4; Council of Y.D.C. 4.

Laura Ann Robinson

Atlantic, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Poe Society 1. 2, 3: A.C.E. 3. 4; Math Club 1; Com- merce Club 1: Y.W.C A. 4.

Walter Rogers

Woodsdale, N. C.

History and Physical Education

Wake Forest: M.S.G.A. 3. 4. Vice-President 3. Presi- dent 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, \, Btuieei I'MiminUee 4 Social Committee 4. Cotirtesv Card Commit t ee 4 F.nlei l animent Committee 4, Football 2. 3, 4. Captain 4.

Melba Grace Rogers

Williamston, N. C.

Primary Education

Emerson Society 1, 2; Marshal 2; A.C.E. 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; W.A>A. 2, 4; Y.D.C. 4.

Vincent Romano

Huntington, N. Y.

Music and English

Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Mixed Choir 3.

Rebecca Ross

Aurora, N. C.

Commerce and English

Junior Y Cabinet 1; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Poe Society 1. 2. 3, 4, Trea.suier 2 Commerce Club 1. 2, 3, 4; M.S.A. 2; Delegate to M.S. A. Conventions 1, 2; Sec- retary Pieces of Eight 2, 3. Marshal 3; Treasurer of Junior Class 3; Chairman of Social Service Committee of Y.W.C.A. 3: Delegate to Blue Ridge Conference 2 3; Delegate to Y.M. Y.W.C.A. Presidents School at Co- lumbia University Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 3; Alpha Iota Soror- ity 3. 4. Chaplain 4 President Y W.C.A. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4.

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SENIORS

Ray Saint-Amand

Wilmington, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Erline Sawyer

Powells Point, N. C.

English, French and History

Lanier Society 1. 2, 3. Secretary 2; English Club 2. 3, 4. Vice-President 3: History Club 2. Vice-President 2: W.S.C. 3: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3, 4. Cabinet 4; Business Staff TECOAN 2; Business Staff Teco Echo 2. Budget Committee 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4; Ciii Pi Plavers 2; Senior Superlative.

Maude Sawyer

Belcross, N. C.

History and Physical Education

Meredith College 1. Committee I.R..C. 3; Teco Echo 4; Varsity Basketball 5; Pi Plavers 3; Executive Society 3. 4; W.A.A. 3. 4: R.C. 4; B.S.U. Council 4;

Rebecca Shanks

Oxford, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Vice-President Granville County Club 1: W.S.G.A. 1, 3, 4. House President 3. Enter- tainment Committee 2. Secretary Poe Society 2, Mar- .-hal 3; Y.WC.A 1. 2, 3. 4; Senior Y Cabinet 4: House of Comradeship 2; Class Treasurer 4; Delegate Blue Ridge Conference 3; Y.D.C. 4; ACE- 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 3.

Ethel Mae Smith

Hubert, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Grace Smith

Varina, N. C.

W.A.A. 1. 2; Basketball

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SENIORS

Lera Smith

Vanceboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Mary Thomas Smith

Greenville, N. C.

Grammar and Public School Music

Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Poe Society 1, 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 4.

Mavis Marie Smith

Mebane, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Science Club 2. 3; Home Economics Club 2. 3, W.C.A. 2.

Sarah Loucile Smith

Fairmont, N. C.

Primary Education

Mars Hill Junior College 1. 2; ACE. 3; Y.D.C. 4.

Themise Smith

Deep Run, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; A.C.E. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 4: W.A.A. 2, 3; P.T.A. 3. 4. Treasurer 4; B.S.U. Council 4.

Evelyn Elizabeth

Snipes Ahoslde, N. C.

Primary Education

Chowan Junior College 1. 2; Poe Society 3, 4; A.C.E. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; W.A.A. 3, 4; Y.D.C. 3, 4.

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SENIORS

Helen Sorrell

Hubert, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Campbell College 1, 2; HOme Economics Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; B.S.U. Council 4.

Margie Spivey

Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1. 2. 3, 4: staff of Teco Echo 2. 3: Y.D.C.

Hazel Ruth Starnes

Hickory, N. C.

Music Education and Grammar Grade

Queens College; Glee Club 2, 3; Band 2. 3; Y.W.C A MSA. 2. 3, 4. Cabinet 4: Vice- President of M.S.C-; President of W S.G A. Summer School 3: Poe Society 2. 3. 4. Marshal 4; A.C.E. 3. Entertainment Committee 4. Senior Superla Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 4.

Flora Margaret Staton

New London, N. C.

Primary Major

Y.D>C. 4; A.C.E. 3, 4.

Gracv Stephenson

Halifax, N. C.

Commerce and French

Y.W.C. A. 1; Emerson Society 1: Phi

Rachel Templeton

Union Grove, N. C.

Commerce and Social Science

Mars Hill Junior College 1, 2; W.S.G.A. Summer School 4. Social Chairman Commerce Club 4; Alpha Iota Sorority 4; Orchestra 3. 4; Band 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Univer- sities 4. Commerce Club 4; IRC. 4.

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SENIORS

Hilda Tew

Clinton, N. C.

Commerce and History

Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Commerce Club 1; Alpha Iota

Susie Tharrington

Warrenton, N. C.

Grammar Grade

EiLEEN TOMLINSON

Black Creek, N. C.

Physical Education ami Science

W.C.U.N.C. 1: Poe Society 2, 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 4; Science Club 3. 4. Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4, President 4 Chairman ut Freshman W.A.A. Party 3 Head ,i n,.,-k.-j .'!. Head nf Track 2, Track Team 2 Tennis Team 4. Varsity Basketball 2 Varsity Soccer 2. 3; Varsity Softball 3. Varsity Hmke\ 3 4, Varsity Volley Ball 2, 3; Senior Superlative.

Elizabeth K. Tomlinson

Black Creek, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

W.C.U.N.C. 1: Y.W.C.A. 4; Y.D.C. 4; Science Club 3. 4; Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4: W.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Head of Intramural Softball 3; Varsity Basketball 2. 3; Varsity Softball 2, 3. Varsity Volley Ball 2

Dorothy Rebkcca Turner

Pink Hill, N. C.

Home Economic

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Y. Cabinet 1; A.C.E. 1; Glee Club 1, 3; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; M.S.A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4.

Edna M. Turnage

Greenville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

HOme Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; TeCOAN Representative 3, President 4; Teco Echo Reporter 1.






SENIORS

Norma Lee Tvndall

Kinston, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3; Home Economics Club 2. 3.

Hilda Rose Upchurch

Lillington, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Campbell College 1. 2; A.C.E. 4.

Zora Melba Waller

Kinston, N. C.

Commerce and French

Agnes Watson

Kenly, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society 1, 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 3. Marshal 4; Home Economics Club 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 4; Delegate to N. C. Home Economics Convention 3, President of N. C. Home Economics Club 4; Science Club 2. 3;

David Watson

Southport, N. C.

History and Physical Education

Louisburg College 1. 2: Basketball 3; Varsity Club 4.

Helen Wetherington

Clarks, N. C.

Primary

Peace Junior College 1, 2; A.C.E. 3. 4.

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SENIORS

Martha E. Wheless

Louisburg, N. C.

Commerce and English

Poe Society 1. 2. 3. 4; Alpha Iota Sorority

Mabel Wilder

Garner, N. C.

Grammar Grade

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

Annie Allen Wilkerson

Roxboro, N. C.

English and History

Y.W.C.A.. Cabinet: W.S.G.A.; Vice-

Ellen Williams

Maysville, N. C.

English and History

English Club 2, 3, 4; History Club 1, 2; Poe Society 1, 2,; Y.W.C.A. 1, 4; M.S.A. Delegate 2.

Joe Williams

Greenville, N. C.

History and Physical Education

Lois Williams

Kenansville, N. C.

History and French

Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3.

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SENIORS

Virginia Williams

Kinston, N. C.

Primary Education and Public Sch. Music

Y.W.C.A. 1. 2; Glee Club 1. 3; ACE. 3. 4. 1. Secretary 3. 4; Vice-President of A.C.E. 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Junior Orchestra 3.

M. Elizabeth Wilson

Greenville, N. C.

Primary

Elizabeth M. Wilson

Crossnore, N. C.

Commerce and Science

Nancy Fleming Winston

Youngsville. N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Mars Hill Junior College 1. 2; Poe Society 3; Home Economics Club 3. 4. Dormitory Hostess 4; B.S.U. Council Summer School 3.

Doris Woodard

Kenly, N. C.

Grammar Grade

A.C.E. 3. 4; F.T.A. 3.

Madoline Woolard

Greenville, N. C.

Commerce

Commerce CLub 4; Y.D.C. 4.

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SENIORS

Mary Catherine Woolard

Greenville, N. C.

Primary and Public School Music

Poe Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4: A.C.E. 3,

Ruth Wright

St. Pauls, N. C.

Primary Education

A.C.E. 4; Y.D.C. 4; Y.W.C.A. 4.

Jane M. Yongue

Brevard. N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Brevard Junior College; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; Home Et nnmics Club 3. 4; Y.D.C. 4.

Ada Rose Yow

Henderson, N. C.

Primary Education

Peace Junior College: Glee Club 2. 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; P.S.A. 2. Secretary " Vice-President 3. President

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SENIOR CLASS SUPERLATIVES

IDA MARIA GEORGE Most Studious

ERLENE SAWYER Most Intellectual

MARY ELIZABETH BEASLEY Best Dancer

DAVID BREECE Best Dancer

HAZEL STARNES Best Dressed

MERVIN FRAZELLE Best Dressed






MAISIE CASTLEBURY Most Capable

DORIS BLALOCK Most Popular

LYDIA PINER Most Witty

FRANCES GULLEDGE Cutest

EILEEN TOMLINSON Most Athletic

FLOYD HINTON Most Athletic






SENIOR CLASS SUPERLATIVES

HAZEL OWENS Prettiest

RACHEL TEMPLETON Most Dependable

ELIZABETH COPPEDGE Best Personality

REBECCA SHANKS Most Friendly

MARY GRANT BAILEY Most Versatile

MATT PHILLIPS Most Handsome

RAY ST. AMAND Most Original






WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERISITES AND COLLEGES

1. PATRICIA BROOKS

2. JOYCE CAMPBELL

3. MAISIE CASTLEBURY

4. JEROME DONALDSON

5. MYRA GODFREY

6. MARY FRANCES HARDY

7. WARD JAMES

8. ANNIE LAURIE KEENE

9. BARBARA KEUZENKAMPE

10. BETTY KEUZENKAMP

11. GEORGE LAUTAREDWS

12. KATHLEEN LEWIS

13. IRENE MITCHAM

14. ELLEN McINTYRE

15. RUTH POLLARD

16. WALTER ROGERS

17. HAZEL STARNES

18. RACHEL TEMPLETON

19. ANNIE ALLEN WILKERSON






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IDA RUTH KNOWLES PRESIDENT

CHARLES MARKS CIVE-PRESIDENT

WILDA ROYALL SECRETARY

RUTH BRITT TREASURER






JUNIORS

First Row: Eugenia Abeyounis, Greenville, N. C. ; Howard Adams, Clayton, N. C ; Thelma Adams. Benson, N. C. ; Frances Al- len. Greenville, N. C; Virginia Lee Allen. Greenville, N. C; Bessie Anderson, Middle- sex, N. C; Kathleen Asbell. Edenton, N. C. ; Margenette Asbell. Sunbury, N. C. ; Virginia Atkinson. Farmville, N. C.

Second Row: Mary Kate Autry, Salemburg, N. C. ; Frances Averette, Wake Forest, N. C. ; Mildred Aycock, Lucama, N. C. ; Mary T. Bailey. Kinston, N. C; Bernice Bal- lance, Lake Landing, N. C. ; Estelle Baker. Durham, N. C. ; Margie Baker. Ahoskie, N. C.; Martha Reid Baker, Reidsville, N. C. ; Jennings Ballard, Alexis, N. C.

Third Row: Elsie Barker. Trenton, N. C; Dell Barkley. Severn, N. C; Kathleen Barkley, Elm City, N. C; Juanita Bass. Black Creek, N. C. ; Volena Bass. Black Creek, N. C. ; Katrina Baum. Swan Quarter, N. C. ; Betty Claire Beam. Grover, N. C; Nell Beddard. Snow Hill, N. C. ; Russell Bfddard. Winterville, N. C.

Fourth Ron.- Arlene Belche. Colerain, N C. ; Myrtle Leigh Belche, Rich Square, N. C. ; Leola Mae Bell, Arapahoe, N. C; Mar- jorie Bell. Rocky Mount, N. C; Melza Bostic. Magnolia, N. C. ; Frances Boyd, Lanes, S. C. ; Lillian White Gardner. Farm- ville, N. C; Hazel Boykin. Micro, N. C; Hazel Bowen. Willard, N. C.

Fifth Row: Verna Rae Bradley, Rocky- Mount, N. C; Ruth Bray, Elizabeth City, N. C; Nannie Briggs, Hurdle Mills, N. C; Dorothy Brinkley, Greenville, N. C. ; Rose Britt, Four Oakes, N. C. ; Ruth Britt, Wendell, N. C. ; Alva Brown, Belcross, N. C; Katherine Brown. Burgaw, N. C. ; Mary Elizabeth Brown, Gatesville, N. C.






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JUNIORS

First Row: Mary Quinn Brown. Beaulaville, N. C; Wilbur Brown, Greenville, N. C; Catherine Bryant, Rich Square, N. C. ; Sylvia Burns, Siler City, N. C; Helen Butner. Greenville, N. C; Lois Lee Britton, Seaboard, N. C; Cleo Burney. Lumberton, N. C; John F. Carson. Bethel, N. C; N. Eugenf Carson, Bethel, N. C.

Second Row: Louise Carter. Woodland, N. C. ; McCree Carter, Rose Hill, N. C; Ruth Chandler, Virgilina, Va. ; Mary Louise Chappell, Belvidere, N. C ; Vernon Cha- son, Lumber Bridge, N. C; Elsie V. Cherry. Pactolus, N. C. ; Thelma Clark. Granville, Va.; Dorothy Clement, Nelson, Va.; Ce- celia Cobb, Merry Hill, N. C.

Third Row: Julia Carolyn Coffman. Wil- son, N. C. ; Rose Collie, Wilmington, N. C. ; Tommie Lou Corbitt, Gatesvilie, N. ,C; Dorothy Cox. Greenville, N. C ; La Verne Cox. Winterville, N. C; Sarah Elizabeth Cox, Goldsboro, N. C. ; Thomas E. Cox, Greenville, N. C. ; Henry Crank, Elizabeth City, N. C ; Celia Blanche Dail. Durant's Neck, N. C.

Fourth Row: Dorothy Dalrymple, Jones- boro, N. C. ; Mary Elizabeth Darden. Jack- sonville, N. C; Elsie M. Daugherty, Dover, N. C; Norma Davis. Marshallberg, N. C; Ruth Davis. Hillsboro, N. C. ; Doris Daw- son. Seven Springs, N. C; Mary Agnes Deal, Greenville, N. C; Julia Dean. Ox- ford, N. C; Jimmy Dempsey. Wilson, N. C.

Fifth Row: Virginia O. Dixon, Leasburg, N. C; Yvonne Downing. Fayetteville, N. C. ; Rose Carlton Dunn. Rocky Mount, N. C. ; Doris Duval, Greenville, N. C. ; Lillie Ea- son, Selma, N. C. ; Clarissa B. Edwards. Winterville, N. C. ; Frederick Ervin, Rich- lands, N. C. ; Clifton Evans, Greenville, N. C. ; Eldred Evans, Magnolia, N. C






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JUNIORS

First Row: Willie Evans. Magnolia, N. C. ; Clio Farless, Merry Hill, N. C. ; Rachel Farrior, Burgaw, N. C. ; Pecolia Fisher, St. Pauls, N. C. ; Kate Foley, Greenville, N. C; Lillian While Gardner, Farmville, N. C. ; Elizabeth Forrest. Ayden, N. C. ; Mar- jorie Gardner, Elm City, N. C. ; Camille Gaskins. Windsor, N. C.

Second Row: Carolyn Wilson Gatling Gates, N. C. ; Margaret Gatling. Gates, N C; Elizabeth Gay. Jackson, N. C; Rose bud Gaylord, Roper, N. C. ; Frances Daw son ^illikin. Goldsboro, N. C. ; Hilda Gil likin. Beaufort, N. C. ; Ruby Goff, Falcon N. C; Sara Meadows Gorham. New Bern N. C; Ruby Grant. Greenville, N. C.

Third Row: Jesse Gray, Stokes, N. C; Car- lotta Grussner, Schenectady, N. Y.; Caro- lyn V. Griffin. Rocky Mount, N. C ; Mary Guington. Rocky Mount, N. C; Dorothy Gupton. Louisburg, N. C. ; Marie Gupton, Louisburg, N. C; Lula Foster Gupton. Louisburg, N. C. ; Justine Gunley. Golds- boro, N. C; Edith Guthrie, Bethel, N. C.

Fourth Row: Edith Varina Harris. Elizabeth City, N. C; Jack Harris, Stovall, N. C; Mary Lou Harris. Elizabethtown, N. C; Mary Lucille Harris. Louisburg, N. C. ; William C. Harris, Greenville, N. C. ; Lill M. Hart, Ayden, N. C. ; Spencer Hatley. Albemarle, N. C ; George Heafner. Lincoln- ton, N. C. ; Christine Herring. Goldsboro, N. C.

Fifth Row: Juliette Hickman, Sanford, N. C.j Elizabeth Haisley. Hamilton, N. C. ; Robert Hollar, Greenville, N. C. ; Jewell Holley, Leesville, S. C. ; Mattie Lawrence Holliday, Greenville, N. C. ; Katie B. Honeycutt. Holly Springs, N. C; Mary D. Horne. Greenville, N. C. ; Dallas Howard. Roseboro. N. C. ; Lucille Howell. Seaboard, N. C.











JUNIORS

First Row: Ann Hurff, Driver, Va.; Elea- nor Jenkins. Aulander, N. C. ; Helen Mar- garet Jenkins. Milmaukee, N. C; Lula Mae Jenkins, Orrum, N. C; Alice Johnson. Ay- den, N. C; Emily Johnson. Willard, N. C; Ervin M. Johnson. Raleigh, N. C. ; Ethel Johnson. Roseboro, N. C. ; Norene John- son. Goldsboro, N. C.

Second Row: Shirley Johnson. Beaufort, N. C; Grace Evelyn Johnson, Kinston, N. C. ; Daisy Raye Jones. Sunbury, N. C. ; Mabel Kennedy. Pink Hill, N. C ; Jessie Keith. Kerr. N. C. ; Cornelia Keuzenkamp, Green- ville, N. C. ; Evelyn Kilpatrick. Hookerton, N. C. ; Franklin D. Kizer, Washington, N. C. ; Ida Ruth Knowles, Roper, N. C.

Third Row: Vernon Kuetemeyer. Chicago Heights, 111.; Ruth Mae Lancaster. Castalia, N. C. ; Edna Ruth Lance, Durham, N.-C; Eleida Rae Lassiter, Greenville, N. C. ; Julia Latham, Washington, N. C. ; Harriette Law- rence. Tarboro, N. C; Audrey Lee. Arapa- hoe, N. C; Rebecca Lewis. Bethel, N. C. ; Mildred Liverman. Columbia, N. C.

Fourth Row: Charles L. Marks. Whitakers, N. C. ; Harriet Anne Marshburn. Wilming- ton, N. C. ; Lura Alice Mason. Atlantic, N. C. ; Savonne Mathews, Kipling, N. C. ; Mrs. Carrie R. Martin. Pantego, N. C. ; Beth Matthews, Roanoke Rapids, N. C; Edith E. Matthews. Rose Hill, N. C; Lydia Hill May, Spring Hope, N. C; Loreen Mayo, Aurora, N. C.

Fifth Row: Wiley Mayo, Mesic, N. C. ; Edna L. Mitchell, Hobbsville, N. C. ; Evelyn Mit- chell, Kittrell, N. C; , Polly Mitchell, Trotville, N. C. ; Erlene Mitchell. Bunn, N. C; Louise Mizelle, Enfield, N. C; Edith Moore. Delco, N. C; Walter R. Moritz. Rosedale, L. I., N. Y.; Frank W. Morris, Gastonia, N. C.






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JUNIORS

First Row: Ruth Moye. Snow Hill, N. C; Emily Murphy. Atkinson, N. C. ; Virginia Louise Murphy, Louisburg, N. C. ; Roberi Musselwhite. Greenville, N. C. ; Lorraine Myers, Aulander, N. C. ; Lois McCormick. Goldsboro, N. C. ; Dorothy McDaniel. Woodland, N. C. ; Marie McGowan. Green- ville, N. C; Loonis McGi.ohon, Ayden, N. C.

Second Row: Melisha McLamb. Roseboro, N. C; Vivian McLamb. Bethel, N. C. ; Ruth Carol Nix. Traphill, N. C. ; Elizabeth Noe. Bath, N. C. ; Ruth M. Norvarah, Roper, N. C. ; Christine S. Palmer. Roxboro, N. C. ; Aivany Parker. Rocky Mount, N. C. ; Ger- trude Parker, Clinton, N. C ; Kate Bryan Parker. Verona, N. C.

Third Row: Martha Parrott. Kinston, N C. : Elizabeth Spruill Partin. Littleton, N. C; Miriam Patrick. Grifton, N. C. ; Eliza- beth Peal. Creswell, N. C. ; Rosa L. Pecora. Bowden, N. C; Edna Pierce. Apex, N. C. ; Elizabeth Pierce, Colerain, N. C. ; Dorothy Powell, Warsaw, N. C; Edith Powell. Franklinton, N. C.

Fourth Ron: Jean Powell. Kerr, N. C. ; Nettie Pearl Price. Wendell, N. C. ; May Price. Wilmington, N. C. ; Frances Privott. Edenton, N. C; Mary Privott, Edenton, N. C. ; Lucille Privette. Spring Hope, N. C. ; Daphne Adele Refs. Greensboro, N. C. ; Martha Rice, Enfield, N. C; Virginia Love Riddle, Saint Pauls, N. C.

Fifth Row: George W. Roberts, Forbes. N. C. ; Wilda Royall, Clinton, N. C; Mary Harvey Ruffin. Wilson, N. C. ; Juanita Rush. Jr.. Clyde, N. C. ; Evelyn Satter- fifld. Roxboro, N. C; Doris Satterwhite. Oxford, N. C. ; Emmy Lou Scales. Green- ville, N. C; Gladys Scull, Raeford, N. C; Virginia Seegars, Fairfield, N. C.






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JUNIORS

First Row: Louise Shearon, Dunn, N. C. ; Frances B. Southerland. Burgaw, N. C. ; Lena Mae Smith, Greenville, N. C. ; Nina Smith, Greenville, N. C. ; Marion L. Smith, Elizabeth Cirv. N. C. ; Maude Emily Smith, Fountain, N. C. ; Nancy Alberta Smith. Ay- den, N. C.; Mildred Spangler, Danville, Va.; Leon Ray Sparrow. Ransomville, N. C.

Second Row: Roxie Spear. Creswell, N. C; Dorothy Hill Spence, Goldsboro, N. C. ; Virginia Spencer. Swan Quarter, N. C. ; A. Elizabeth Stacy, Rutherfordtun, N. C. ; Aud- rey Stanley, Swansboro, N. C; Joe Staton. Greenville, N. C; Hulda Frances Strick- land. Spring Hope, N. C; Laura Strick- land. Middlesex, N. C. ; Martha Sue Stroud, Seven Springs, N. C.

Third Row: Gladys Sturdivant, Clayton, N C; Frances Sutherland, Wilmington, N C; Margaret Tart. Dunn, N. C; France; A. Taylor. Bethel, N. C. ; Harold Taylor Stantanburg, N. C. ; H. Louise Taylor. Maple N. C; Helen Taylor, Bethel, N. C; Sibyi Christine Taylor. Seaboard, N. C; Esta line Tew, Godwin, N. C.

Fourth Row: Elizabeth Thomasson. South Hill, Va. ; Jessie Thompson. Goldsboro, N. C. ; Christine Trippe. Ransomville, N. C. ; Annie Ruth Tucker, Grimesland, N. C. ; Walter Tucker. Greenville, N. C. ; Mrs. J. F. Tyson. Farmville, N. C. ; Vernon Ty- son, Greenville, N. C. ; Emily Rosemary Un- derwood. St. Pauls, N. C ; Elizabeth Wade. Williston, N. C.

Fifth Row: Dan Waddell, Hendersonville. N. C; Bertie Lee Ward, Manteo, N. C; Myrtle Ward, Edenton, N. C; Madeline Warren, Roseboro, N. C.; Edith Warrick. Seaboard, N. C. ; Lallah B. Watts, Raleigh, N. C; Dorothy Weeks. Rocky Mount, N. C. ; Norma Wellons. Kenly, N C. ; Jean Wendt, Wilmington, N. C.











JUNIORS

First Row: Amy Charlotte White, Bayboro, N. C; Hazel White, Creswell, N. C; Mary Edith White, Portsmouth, Va. ; Lula Mae Whitehurst, Green- ville, N. C.

Second Row: James Whitfield, Greenville, N. C; Virginia Whitley, Nashville, N. C; Dor- othy Wiggins, Trotville, N. C. ; Annie Laura Wilkerson, Bailey, N. C.

Third Row: Jane Williams, Clinton, N. C; Norma Kath- ryn Williams, Asheville, N. C. ; Martha Windley. Bridgetun, N. C; Margaret Wise, Jackson, N. C.

Fourth Row: Helen Wolfe, Washington, N. C. ; Margaret Lee Wood, Troy, N. C; Lucile Wright, Tabor City, N. C; Dorothy Wycoff, Castle Hayne, N. C.

Fifth Row: Mary Frances Young, Angier, N. C; Robert Young, Burnsville, N. C. ; Loys Ormand Turnage, Ayden, N. C.






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NORMAN WILKERSON PRESIDENT

DOROTHINE MASSEY VICE-PRESIDENT

ESTELLE DAVIS SECRETARY

HELEN PEACOCK TREASURER






SOPHOMORES

First Row:

Louise Averett

Mildred Lee Aycock

Alene Bailey

Dorothy Ballantine

Second Row:

Catherine Barnhill

Jonnie Faye Barnes

Beatrice Barnette

Ruby Elizabeth Batchelor

Third Row:

Estelle Batten

Gladys Beard

Annette Bell

Myra Estelle Bell

Fourth Row:

Alma Louise Bennett

Mildred Beverly

Mary Alice Blackham

Elizabeth Bishop

Fifth Row:

Ruth Bizzelle

Dorothy McKoy Boney

Margaret Boone

Dorothy Boswell

Sixth Row:

Marlow F. Bostic

Joseph Bowers

Marie Branch

Pearl Bravalda

Seventh Row:

Louise Brett

Doris Britt

Edna Britt

Martha Brooks






SOPHOMORES

Margaret Braughton

Anna Lee Brown

Doris Mae Brown

Helen Josephine Brown

Second Row:

Rachel Brown

Wiley Brown

James Bullock

Nancy Gray Burden

Third Row:

Lois Cain

Dorothy Caine

Ella Bland Calhoun

Stella Carr

Fourth Row:

Zalia Carowan

Margaret Cash

J. L. Casteen

Evelyn Cavanaugh

Fifth Row:

Sara Cavanaugh

Katherine Chappell

Emily Ann Collins

Evelyn Conyers

Sixth Row:

Florence Cooke

Charlotte Ruth Corey

Leona Council

Margaret Cox

Miriam Crew

Samuel Howard Crandell

Sue B. Crenshaw

Margaret Crocker

TECOAN






SOPHOMORES

Clellie Mae Croom

Ethel Croom

Jane Elam Currin

Nancy Darden

Second Row:

Estelle Davis

Marjorie G. Davis

Ruth E. Davis

Elizabeth Dawson

Third Row:

Wistena Deese

Annie Laurie Denning

Mildred Dewar

Louise Dozier

Fourth Row:

Joyce Louise Dunham

Preston Dunn

Janie O. Eakes

Pearl Edwards

Fifth Row:

Frances Elliot

Virginia English

Adminta Eure

Faye Everette

Rosa Farrior

Damnon Fields

Margaret Finley

Leah Fleming

Seventh Row:

Martha Rachel Fleming

Mary Long Ford

Z. W. Frazelle

Malcolm Frink






SOPHOMORES

First Row:

Sophia G. Frizzelle

James Gainakas

Dorothy Garner

Mary B. Gaskins

Second Row:

Mae Gilliam

Agatha Golden

Gwen Goodson

Ruby Gore

Third Row:

Lois Greene

William M. Greene

murtie gresham

Agnes Griffin

Fourth Row:

Evan Griffin

Margaret L. Gurganus

Ruth Hall

Annette Handley

Fifth Row:

Caroline Harper

Jean Harris

Laura Haskins

Mary Jordon Hawks

Sixth Row:

Beatrice Helms

Eunice Herring

Caroline Hines

Norma Hodges

Seventh Row:

Marian Hoggard

Kathryne Holder

Margie Lynette Hollowell

Violet Hopson






SOPHOMORES

First Row:

Loraine Horne

Pearl House

Grace Humbles

Bessie Fay Hunt

Second Row:

Susie Sankie Hutchinson

Claire Jenkins

Louise Jennings

Lois Jernigan

Third Row:

Lina Pearl Johnson

Margaret Johnson

Mary Tysor Johnson

Truman Johnson

Fourth Row:

Grace Jones

Marjorie Jones

Katie George Kennedy

Johnnye Brown Kennedy

Fifth Row:

Gene Noell King

Katherine Kyzer

Doris Lamb

Madge Lane

Sixth Row:

Nancy Lou Lancaster

Jewel Langley

Iris Langston

Hilda Merriman Lee

Seventh Row:

Frances Leggett

Claire Lewis

Ola Lea Lillery

Mary Louise Lindsay






SOPHOMORES

First Row:

Walter W. Mallard

Hilda Ruth Martin

dorothine massey

Helen Massey

Second Row:

June May

Nell McCullen

Virginia Craig McGee

Margaret Eunice McKeithan

Third Row:

Mabel McLawhorn

Arline Mercer

Winifred Mercer

Aii.ine Mewborn

Fourth Row :

Caroline Miles

Mildred Mitchell

Sarah E. Moore

Mary Morris

Fifth Row:

Marguerite Moye

Rebecca Moye

Helen Moyings

Kathleen Mullen

Sixth Row:

Bruce Murray

Lucille Nelms

Zula Newman

Mildred T. Owens

Seventh Row:

Elizabeth Page

Helen Peacock

Anne Poythress

Joye Parnell






SOPHOMORES

First Row:

Esther Parker

Mary John Parker

Dalas Peel

Marie Penuel

Second Row:

Faye Peoples

Nell Peterson

Jean Paris Phillips

Ellen Marie Pierce

Third Row:

Vernelle B. Pierce

Margaret Pollock

Daphne Potter

Sara Potter

Fourth Row:

Ovelia Price

Bobbie Lorraine

Pritchard Minnie

Quinn Hazel Raper

Fifth Row:

Frances Jean Ratcliffe

Margie Raynor

Margaret Wade Reed

Adelaide E. Reade

Sixth Row:

Beatrice Reynolds

Edward Reynolds

Sarah Richardson

Maggie Pearl Rivenbark

Seventh Row:

Mozelle Rogers

Myrtle Rogers

Randolph Roper

Grace Ross






SOPHOMORES

First Row:

Julia Deane Sandlin

Helen Keller Scarborough

Frances Sears

Marjorie Selby

Second Row:

Charlotte Ellen Shearin

DuBose Simpson

Metsel Simmons

Kathfrinf Kfith Smith

Third Ron :

TrzziE Smith

Morrison Smith

Margaret E. Spires

Dorothy Stokes

Fourth Row:

Inez Stephenson

Margaret Tadlock

Grace Taylor

Sarah Thompson

Fifth Row:

Helen Marie Tucker

Ruth Tucker

Waylan Tucker

Hattie Turner

Sixth Row:

Bess Usry

Margaret Vail

Jane Vane

Paul Waldrop

Seventh Row :

Iris Walker

Mary Louise Wallace

Ingram P. Walters

Virgil Ward






SOPHOMORES

First Row:

Lucy Warren

Mildred Watkins

Sara Anna Watkin.'

Second Row:

Marjorie Webb

Mayme Weeks

Grace Westbrook

Third Row:

Audrey White

Margarft White

Kathleen Whitehurst

Fourth Row:

Dallis G. Whitford

Mary Hazel Whitley

Norman Wilkerson

Fifth Row:

Hugenia Williams

Mary Frances Williams

Lois Williams

Sixth Row:

Dorothy Geneva Winstead

Laura Fay Wood

Rachel Woodard

Seventh Row:

Mary Moss Young

Arch C. Yow. Jr.






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MARGARET RUSSELL PRESIDENT

Z. W. FRAZELLE VICE-PRESIDENT

JANIE EAKES SECRETARY

CHRISTINE HELLEN TREASURER






FRESHMEN

first row

Edith Mae Alston

Ruth Allen

Jessily Aman

Doris Ambrose

John R. Anderson

Second Row:

Marie Arthur

Garlan Bailey

Marris Balance

Henry Barkley

Britton Bartholomew

Third Row

Allen Batchlor

Kena Bateman

Edna Best

Helen Blanchard

Virginia Lee Beldsoe

Fourth Row:

Blennie Mae Blue

Charlotte Bordeaux

Doris Boswell

Alma Bowen

Kathryn Lassiter Boyd

Fifth Row:

Emma Julie Bridgers

Lydia Briggs

Janie Lee Jeffreys

Fara Rae Britt

Virginia Dare Britton

Sixth Row:

Edward Brown

Marjorie Ellen Brown

Norma Lyde Brown

Rosalie Brown

Velner Merrill Brown

Seventh Row:

Millison Bryant

Elsie Mae Bullock

Georgia Bunch

Betty Burch

William Miller Burks

Eighth Row:

Virgil Burney

Emily Burns

Lois Madrid Cain

Louise Canady

Leon Cannon






First row:

Emma Carawan

Doris Caison

Nell Luoise Carter

Marjorie Carraway

Verna Carraway

Second Row:

Murle Tucker Chapman

Emma Grace Clark

Gertrude Clark

Kuby Phillips Clifton

Klevanda Yvonne Coker

Third Row:

Troy Collins

Roena Elizabeth Collins

Sallie Marie Cobb

Nina Cook

Jean Cooper

Fourth Row:

Frances Copeland

Willie Copeland

Garnette Cordle

Frances Coward

Lucille Cox

Fifth Row :

Olive Crews

Ora Everitte Crisp

Doris Crosby

Virginia Cross

Bonnie Davis

Sixth Row :

Doris Davis

Dorothy G. Davis

Dorothy Davis

Freeda Davis

Eva Kathleen Davis

Seventh Sow:

Ruth P. Davis

Annadell Dawson

Wilma Dean

Tom Dellinger

Carolyn Dixon

Eighth Row:

taehel Martin Dixon

Margie Dudley

Espv Eakins

Ellie Mae Eason

Margaret Eatman

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E.C.T.C

FRESHMEN

First Row:

Doris Calene Edwards

Sarah E. Elliott

George D. Ellis

Pauline Essey

Annie Kate Evans

Second Row:

Hazel Gray Evans

Mary Gene Falkner

Frances Farrior

Alice Elizabeth Ferebee

Eris Day Finch

Third Row:

Marjorie Fitzgerald

John Hardy Flanagan

C. T. Fleming, Jr.

Ella Nell Fletcher

Frances Haskins

Fourth Row:

Amy Amanda Floyd

Helen Louise Flynn

Dorothy Lewis Fox

Lila Fountain

Miriam Freeman

Fifth Row :

James Fulfer

Margaret Futrelle

Anna Gardner

Thurla Gaskins

Melba Jean Gaylor

Sixth Row:

Margaret Gerock

Mildred Glover

Lucy Foard Green

Thetis Gurganus

Doris Hackaday

Seventh Row:

Vera Louis Hamilton

Dorothy Marie Hardee

Jane Hardee

Margaret Pugh Harden

Cardace Julia Harris

Eighth Row:

Rosalyn Harris

Verda M. Harris

William Benjamin Harris

Wilma Harris

Mary Alice Hastings






FRESHMEN

First Row:

Vera Hastings

Mary Hayes

Laura Hearne

Christine Hellen

Iris Elizabeth Herring

Second Row :

Esther Jane Hines

Ruth Hinnant

Charlotte Hinson

Helen Hensun

Ruth Hinson

Third Row:

Anne Holloman

Rosalie Holmes

Ethel Ruth Hood

Nancy Lee Hooker

Ophelia Hooks

Fourth Row :

Helen Loraine House

Ruth House

Ruth Hoyle

Charles Hudson

Keith Hudson

Fifth Row:

Carol Leigh Humphries

Sarah Frances Hunter

Arthur Lee Jackson

Mary Elizabeth Jackson

Avis Jamerson

Sixth Row

Evelyn James

Frances James

Helen C. James

Peggie Nell James

Robert James

Seventh Row:

Janie Lee Jeffreys

Mary Emma Jefferson

Mary Rebecca Jarvis

George Howard Johnson

Ida Yolando Johnson

Eighth Row:

Isla Ruth Johnson

Mildred Johnson

Blanche Jones

Evelyn Jones

Hazel Dell Jones






FRESHMEN

First Row:

Kathryn Jones

Naomi Grey Jones

Helen Jordan

Bettie Margaret Joyner

Doris Keith

Second Row :

Frances Kemp

Mavis Crav Kennedv

Mary Edna Kilpatrick

Sara Ellen King

Elizabeth Kittrell

Third Row:

Laurin S. Knight

Virginia Khowles

Linda Lancaster

Edna Earle Lang

Betty Langdon

Fourth Row :

Grace Lee

Reba Lee

Audrey Leggett

Ira Osborne Lewis

Margaret O. Lewis

Fifth Row:

Wilma Melvin Lewis

Janiee Lister

W. A. Lovette. Jr.

Bill Lucas

Evelyn Lyon

Sixth Row

Anne Bolyn Mabry

Ellen Carlton Maddrey

Lova Eloise Maddrey

Billie Manly

Clyde R. Mann

Seventh Row:

Mamie Marlow

Hiram Mayo

Nora Meggis

Mildred Midgett

Hen Miller

Eighth Row :

Helen Yvonne Mishoe

Jessie Lois Mitchell

Clellie Mizelle

Jacqueline Moffett

Anna Moore






FRESHMEN

First Row:

Alice E. Moore

Lorraine Morrill Moore

Alice Esther Morgan

Rebecca Anne Moye

Second Row :

Gladys Mumford

Mary Dawson McCarter

Charles Wesley McKee

Alene McLamb

Elwood II. McPherson

Third Row:

Annie Nakoceczny

Frances Newby

Frank Noble

Ruby Oden

Milba Oden

Fourth Row:

Bonnie Elizabeth Odum

Lura Ogburn

Mary Oliver

Virginia Osborne

Grace Byred Oueston

Fifth Row :

Eloise Owens

Jean Merritt Owens

Mary E. Padrick

Louise Parks

Sue Parker

Sixth Row

Roselyn Parker

Cassie Parnell

Dorothy Pearsall

Florence Ernestine Peed

Laura Peele

Seventh Row

Ella Mae Pelt

Donald Perry

Rebecca Anne Perry

Menzette Peterson

Eighth Row:

Frances R. Phelps

Annie Muore Piner

Elsie Phillips

Christine Pleasant

Mary Ethel Poole

TECOAN






FRESHMEN

Ila Mae Potter

Edna Louise Powell

Sara Price

Frances Odessa Pryor

Aileen Purser

Second Row :

Maxine Quinn

Helen Register

Viola Mae Register

Sarah Jean Reid

Eunice Corneil Ridenhour

Third Row

Dorothy E. Rich

Thelma Greene Ritter

Ruth Evelyn Roach

Augusta Frances Robbins

William Robins

Fourth Row:

Grace Jenkins Roberson

Prances Roberts

Maribelle Robertson

Jesse Rollins

Alma Earle Rouse

Fifth Row:

Sally Cathryn Rouse

Egbert Rouse

Virginia Rouse

Mariorie Willis Rowe

Katherine Russell

Sixth Row:

Lois Dale Sessones

Cary Poe Shaw

Roberta Chadwick Shaw

Dorothy Shearin

Wilson Shuerholtz

Eigth Row:

Ray Sisk

Merle V. Slater

Carley Burch Smith

Cornela Smith

Frances Smith






FRESHMEN

First Row

Ruby Smith

Islamae Spirey

Martha Spence

Ruth Spencer

Kris Stallings

Second Row :

Marian Stallings

Lyle Reid Starling

Annie Audrey Stevenson

Hetty Jo Stokes

Margaret Holland Stokes

Third Row:

Rosa Stokes

Winifred Stokes

Helen Morie Stone

Alice Stovall

Delia Striekland

Fourth Row:

Susie Strickland

Evelyn Swindell

Geraldine Taylor

Patsy Bruton Teal

Sue Murray Thomas

Fifth Row:

Frances Belle Tunstall

Edith Turford

Ruby Wanda Tyndall

Herschel Tyson

Jane Vann

Sixth Row :

Linda Vann

Anna von Oesen

Ernestine Vinson

Edith Irene Walker

Annie Mae Ward

Seventh Row:

Mabel Spence Watson

Gretchen Webster

Bob Whichard

Frances Whichard

Mildred White

Eight Row:

Ruby White

Carl Whitehurst

Patsy Whitehurst

Evelyn Whitfield

Dorothy Whitley

TECOAN






FRESHMEN

First Row:

Mary Elizabeth Whitley

Clara Elizabeth Williamson

D. L. Williams

Second Row :

Doris Rouse Williams

Jean Williams

Rachael Williams

Third Row :

Marie Williamson

Hazel Williford

Bonnie Willis

Fourth Row:

Dorothy Wilson

Virginia Wilson

Florence Winslow

Fifth Row:

Ruth Spivey Winslow

Betty Jones Winstead

Margaret Hayes Wood

Ruby Mae Woodard

Alvin Wooten

Virginia Worley

Seventh Row.

Betty Wylie

Nancy Elizabeth Wynne

Hazel Yelverton

Katherine York






Relaxation.... A shorthand class.... Off for the week-end. .. .Three in a row. .. .Looking forward. Close ups. . . .That tree again. . . .Capture. . . .No partner. . . .In the bush. . . .






ACTIVITIES

SEPTEMBER

tit JUNE











JOYCE DUNHAM Treasurer

SARA GORHAM Secretary

HARRIET MARSHBURN Vice-President

DORIS BLALOCK President

WOMEN'S STUDENT

The Women's Student Government As- sociation at East Carolina Teachers Col- lege unites the women students as no other organization does. Through unity it endeavors to help each student ad-

just herself to the responsibilities of good citizenship. Student government functions specifically through a council elected by the student body and by the classes. The council this year began its






First Row: Emily Murphy, Rebecca Shanks, Mary Grant Bailey, Ruth Britt.

Second Row: Celia Blanche Dail, Mary Elliot, Myra Godfrey, Shirley Johnson.

Third Row: Elizabeth Noe, Wilda Royal I, Virginia Whitley.

GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

work in the fall by helping with fresh- man week. Throughout the year it has been the purpose of student government to firmly instill in each member a clear-

er understanding of the functions of the body and a spirit of loyalty and co- operation.






MEN'S STUDENT

OFFICERS

PRES. OF M S. G A Walter Rogers

VICE-PRESIDENT Thomas Cox

SECRETARY-TREASURER James Bullock

The Men's Student Government Coun- cil this year has realized most of its objectives. Working under a new con- stitution installed by the council last

year, a broader and newer outlook has been carried out through the year.

Due to the larger enrollment of men's students, the Council's work has been






increased and a more intensified pro- gram of orientation has been carried out. Full cooperation of the men stu- dents made this program highly suc-

cessful and the ideals of the Men's Stu- dent Association of democracy and fair- ness have been realized to the fullest extent.

GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

First Row. William Merner, William Davidson, Howard Adams. Second Row: Jessie Gray, Metsel Simmon






YOUNG WOMEN'S

REBECCA ROSS President

SARA GORHAM Vice-President

CHARLOTTE SHEARIN Secretory

VIRGINIA WHITLEY Treasurer

The Young Women's Christian Association this year has attempted to explore and interpret the true meaning of Christianity and to inspire the girls on the campus to shape their lives more in accordance with its principles. It has offered Christian fel- lowship through Sunday and Friday evening Vespers, Morning Watch, and by send- ing delegates to the intercollegiate conferences in the state, by exchanging deputations with Duke, State, and Wake Forest, and by having a Religious Emphasis Week with Dr. Wieman as chief speaker.






The two final services of the college year were the beautiful symbolic programs, "The House of Comradeship" and the candlelight service at Commencement. Two of the most elaborate programs of the year were pageants, one at Christmas and the other at Easter.

The social affairs of the year have been a party to the Freshmen, buffet dinners, and teas. Knitting for the Red Cross has brought groups together socially.

The president attended the "President School" at Union Theological Seminary, Co- lumbia University, New York, for six weeks last summer, and she and two delegates attended the Blue Ridge Conference.

CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

Committees Young Women's Christian Association: Grace Ross, Rebecca Shanks, Irene Mitcham, Rachel Farrior, Bessie Faye Hunt, Edna Mitchell, Wilda Royal I, Erlene Sawyer.






YOUNG MEN'S

OFFICERS

President Vernon Kuetemeyer

Vice-President James Whitfield

Secretary Samuel H, Crandell

Treasurer Albert Maness

FACULTY ADVISORS Dr Herbert ReBarker Mr J B Cummings

This is the Y.M.C.A.'s second year on the campus. We were organized in the spring of 1939 and have been steadily growing ever since. Our purpose is the realization of a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. We have tried to bring this about through vesper services.






Last summer we sent Charles Marks, our chairman of Christian Education to the Pres- ident's School at Columbia University in New York. We have also taken part in the State "Y" conferences in Raleigh and Durham this year. We entertained all the men students several times at the Campus Building. This has been a successful year for the "Y", and we hope it will be more so next year.

CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

First Row: Jerome Donaldson, Norman Wilkerson, Robert Hollar Second Row: Charles Marks, Harold Taylor






JUNIOR "Y" CLUB

The Freshman "Y" Club is a branch of the Young Wom- an's Christian Association, and although it is a new organi- zation on our campus, it has tried to fulfill the purpose of its sponsors; "to make for its members a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God". The Fresh- man "Y" owes much to Rebecca Ross, president of the Y. W. C. A., who helped organize our club and has done much toward its success. Our organization has charge of morning watch three times a week and has worked for attendance at vesper services. Its chief aims are to help freshman girls be loyal to their religious training and to develop religious leadership.

LYLE REID STARLING President






SIGMA PHI ALPHA

PHI SIGMA CHAPTER

The French Club of East Carolina Teachers College was organized in 1924 under the Greek letters "Phi Sigma", with Professor R. C. Deal, head of the foreign language department, its advisor. The club works with the idea of encouraging the study of French and of fostering and developing a spirit of friendship and scholastic attainment among its members.

In 1939 the organization became the Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha, a national honorary fraternity for stu- dents of foreign languages.

Miss Marguerite Zelle Austin, who came to the department last winter, was this year chosen by the club as co-sponsor with Mr. Deal. The two advisors aided the club in pro- ducing a play in French, in formulating plans for a visit to the Charleston Magnolia gardens, and in entertaining alumni at a late winter dance.

PAULINE ABEYOUNIS President






THE JARVIS DEBATING CLUB

The Jarvis Debating Club was organized by a group of students in 1939. Its purpose is to foster interest in debating, and to give training and experience in general forensic work. The aim of the club members is to find enjoyment in this pleasant and extremely practical extra curricula activity. It is hoped that in the future the Club will command the interest of a larger group.

JENNINGS BALLARD President






ENGLISH CLUB

With the supporting interest of its adviser, Dr. Lucile Turner, head of the English department, and of the other members of the department, the English Club has been successful in maintaining a spirit of friendship as well as a desire for high scholastic attainment among the English majors.

The highlight of this year's program was a visitor from Guilford College, Miss Dorothy Gilbert, professor of Eng- lish, who spoke to the English majors on Emily Dickinson and her works. Interesting personalities of the city, the col- lege, and the student body also furnish the club with enter- taining and intellectual programs during the school year.

PAULINE ABEYOUNIS President






ALUMNI DAUGHTERS AND SONS OF E. C T. C

The Alumni Daughters and Sons was organized to promote a closer feeling of friendship among the sons and daughters of the alumni and to preserve the memory of the students of the past.

Miss Mamie E. Jenkins, an authority on the history of the college, is the faculty adviser of the club.

FRANCES ROEBUCK President






MATH CLUB

The aim and practice of the Math Club is to learn to ap- preciate more the wonders and greatness of mathematics and how it has come to be what it is today, as well as to explore the recreational side of life. These aims have been success- fully accomplished during the past year mainly through the efforts of our program chairman, Margaret D. Moore, with the help of our advisers, Miss Maria Graham, Miss Louise Williams, and Miss Elizabeth England.

As a background for our study of progress in the field of Mathematics, we have attempted, in recent programs, to acquaint ourselves with the lives and accomplishments of those who are outstanding in its past and present history.

KATHLEEN BARKLEY PRESIDENT






HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

Believing strongly in the supreme worth of the individual, our club proposes to develop personality, leadership, initia- tive, and poise. Attempting to do this, it is our hope that we may simply "serve our community, our schools, and our families".

The Home Economics Club of East Carolina Teachers Col- lege had, as its outstanding activity of the school year, the annual North Carolina Association of Student Clubs over which Agnes Watson, state president and member of local chapter, presided. Also featured on the Club's calendar were: lecture on "Effect of the War on the French home" by Mr. James Fleming of Greenville; participation of club members through class in a a Christmas contest sponsored by the Woman's Club; Seasonable reception of Woman's Glee Club; a skit in February by Club member; and hostess to visiting guests of the state department.

EDNA TURNAGE PRESIDENT






THE ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

The Student Branch of the Association for Childhood Edu- cation at East Carolina Teachers College is a member of the National Association.

"The purpose of this organization shall be to gather and disseminate knowledge of the movement for the education of young children; to bring into active cooperation all childhood education interests, including parent education; to promote the progressive type of education in nursery school, kindergarten and primary grades, and to raise the standard of the professional training for teachers and lead- ers in this field." Article 1 1 A.C.E. constitution.

The Student Branch during the past year sponsored an Elementary Education Dinner Meeting to which all Primary and Grammar Majors were invited. Another activity was the editing of a News Bulletin for the North Carolina Branch of the Association for Childhood Education.

ADA ROSE YOW President






THE COMMERCE CLUB

The purpose of the Commerce Club this year, as hereto- fore, has been to better acquaint the students of the Com- merce Department with each other, to foster interest in clerical work and in teaching, and to work together for the mutual benefit of its members and the Commerce Depart- ment as a whole.

As its main project this year, the Commerce Club gave a luncheon for the Commerce Alumni. The luncheon was held on Homecoming Day, May 31.

The undertaking was financed by having a bridge tourna- ment, and sponsoring a movie.

The monthly programs of the Club consist of recreational programs, and programs that are informative and helpful to students in their work after graduation.

PATRICIA BROOKS PRESIDENT






ALPHA IOTA SORORITY

ZETA DELTA CHAPTER

East Carolina Teachers College and the local Zelta Delta Chapter of Alpha Iota Sorority, International Honorary Business Sorority, take particular pride in the fact that ours is the first teachers col- lege to be granted a charter of membership by Alpha Iota Sorority. Ours is also the first Sorority to be established at East Carolina Teachers College.

The Zeta Delta Chapter was organized on our campus on March 30, 1940, and twenty-four charter members were initiated and the officers installed in a beautiful, formal, candlelight ceremony. Miss Velma Lowe and Miss Lena Ellis are the sponsors of the Sorority and charter members. Requirements for election to this honorary organization are superior scholarship in commerce, leadership, per- sonality, and character.

Aside from the pledging and initiating of nine new members this year, the active members were guests of the pledges at a party during the Christmas season; it has brought to the College a speaker who returned recently from Europe; and sponsored several programs in which both campus and off-campus speakers partici- pated in discussing national and international affairs. The Sorority sent a group of members to the Mid-Atlantic Conclave held in Washington. D. C, October 18-20. In the spring it brought to the campus specialists in personality development.

Miss Velma Lowe, Sponsor.

BARBARA KEUZENKAMP President






First Row, Dr. Flanagan, Dr Haines, Dr. ReBarker, Eugene Carson, William Merner, Spence Hatley

Second Row: Tom Cox, Vernon Keutemeyer, Walter Morltz, James Whitfield, Walter Tucker, B. F. Martin.

Third Row: Robert Burton, Artis Hordee, Walter Rogers, Horold Taylor, John Carson, Judson White.

PHI SIGMA PI

EUGENE CARSON President

BILL MERNER Vice-President

JOHN CARSON Secretary

ARTIS HARDEE Treasurer

OPVIL MORTON Sergeant-at-Arms

The purpose of the Phi Sigma Pi, national g rou p> twenty-two of which are active and

honorary education fraternity, has been the six ty of wh ' cn are alumni or honorary,

development of personality, character, knowl- At a national convention of the fraternity

edge and skill in teaching. Eugene Carson and John Carson, E. C. T. C.

delegates were the only representatives from There are eighty-two members in the local south of the Mason and Dixon line.






FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA

The Robert H. Wright Chapter of Future Teachers of America has completed its second successful year under the guidance of Miss Emma L. Hooper, sponsor of the club, and Miss Frances Wahl, faculty adviser. This year the club is affiliated with both the North Carolina Educa- tion Association and the National Education Association.

The aim of our organization has been fully realized in the interesting and entertaining programs sponsored this year. The Chapter was responsible for bringing Dr. Joy Elmer Morgan, Editor of the National Education Association Journal, to our campus for two days this spring.

KATHLEEN LEWIS PRESIDENT






COLLEGE BAND

The East Carolina Teachers College Band, organized dur- ing the winter quarter of 1938, is beginning its fourth year of progress. This year will long be remembered as a dark one for the band, for we lost in death our much loved friend and director, Mr. Dean C. Tabor. We are, however, getting back in stride under the capable leader- ship of Mr. Dittmer and we are looking forward to mak- ing next year a truly successful year for the band.

VERNON KUETEMEYER PRESIDENT






COLLEGE ORCHESTRA

To play beautiful music artistically requires a rare combina- tion of aesthetic feeling and skill coupled with a dogged perseverance. As the E. C. T. C. Orchestra grows, its mem- bers who continue to strive for the beautiful performance of good music become ever more thrilled with the oppor- tunity for the enjoyment of life which such activities afford. They also profit through this activity in becoming keenly sensitive to symphonic music wherever and whenever it is played. It is expected that all of East Carolina will yet feel the influence of orchestral playing through the organi- zation of school orchestras by those now playing in this organization.

A. L. DITTMER DIRECTOR






A. L DITTMER Director

COLLEGE CHOIR

The college choir was organized to provide oppor- tunity for students to sing and to love some of the beautiful mixed chorus music. Its repertoire has in- cluded some of the old polyphonic music of the Sixteenth Century, some modern choral arrange- ments, and various types between these extremes. As an organization, it has delighted various groups, and will continue to do so as long as it continues to progress as it has begun to.






WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB

Forty select voices in rich blended tones are proof of the untiring interest with which the Women's Glee Club works to present seasonable performances for the enjoy- ment of students and faculty in the college and people of the surrounding community.

Each year the organization renders Christmas and Easter programs a cappella and plays an important part in the an- nual commencement musical recital. Besides the scheduled appearances, the club contributes to chapel programs and lends inspiration to outstanding college events.

Purple choir robes which the members used this year have merited favorable comment from the supporting audience and help to accent the quality of a "finished product".

MISS GUSSIE KUYKENDALL Director






INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB

The International Relations Club was organized in the Winter of 1940, and brings together those History and Social Science majors who have reached sophomore stand- ing and all others who have twenty-one hours credit in History and Social Science.

Though very young, the club is engaging in many activities in the regular monthly meetings. The main purpose of the club is to learn and understand more fully the international situation.

The club receives at regular intervals books, materials and new current problems for discussion and research from the Carnegie Endowment.

One of the main activities is sending delegates to the Southern International Relations Conference each year.

MAUDE SAWYER President






CHI PI PLAYERS

The Chi-Pi Players were organized in the spring of 1938 to give students practical experience in dramatic interpretation and pro- duction, to piomote interest in dramatic activity, to develop the creative talent of students and to encourage the reading and wit- nessing of better plays.

During the year 1940-41 this organization has successfully produced "The Skull" and "Wuthering Heights" and has brought dramatics to a position of respect and appreciation among the students, fac- ulty and alumnae of this college.

East Carolina Teachers College has benefited greatly by the work of the CHI-PI Players in that a complete new stage lighting system has been installed at the expense of the club and much advertise- ment of the college has been carried out by the productions. Also, the knowledge of dramatic art gained while a member of this organization has been of untold value to students who have entered the teaching profession.

DAVID BREECE President






YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUB

The Young Democratic Club, chartered under the State organiza- tion, conclued the year with a paid membership of more than 500. In the annual convention in Raleigh the club became a part of the College District formed at the convention. Mildred Laxton Andrews was named vice-chairman. For the first time in the history of the school East Carolina Teachers College participated in the State Student Legislature. Kenneth Woolard was named Presi- dent pro-tem. Chriss Humphrey was chairman of the drive on the campus to re-elect President Roosevelt. Last fall the club play- ed host to the college district at a dance, to be made an annual af- fair. It sponsored a visit of Congressman Herbert Bonner in the Winter Quarter. New officers were installed at a banquet program in the Spring. The club has done much to foster interest in political affairs of the State and Nation, as students are a part of them now and will have a vital interest in them in later life.

DR. HILLDRUP Advisor






SCIENCE CLUB

The aim and purpose of the Science Club is to inspire science stu- dents and to stimulate in them a desire for a deeper, more meaning- ful study and to challenge them to become more conscious of the scientific world.

Adopting as its project for the year the sponsorship of the College Museum, the Science Club for 1940-41 has gone forward in its work. Through the cooperation of students, faculty, and interested outsiders, actual museum work has been done and many interesting programs presented - programs given by students, by guest speakers, and by showing scientific movies. Through its social meetings the Club has created a sense of fellowship and friendship among its members.

MARY D HORNE President






PUBLICATIONS BOARD

The Publications Board, a little-known committee on the campus, is responsible for the actions of the three college publications - The Teco Echo. The Tecoan, and the Pieces of Eight. In addition to this the com- mittee certifies eligibles for offices to the major posi- tions on these publications.

DORIS BLALOCK President






EDITORIAL STAFF PIECES O' EIGHT

As this is only our second year of publication we think our- selves justified in the improvement which this year's staff has wrought in Pieces O'E/gbt. As most students are aware, the trend in our editorial policy throughout this year has been away from a light humor magazine toward a more literary publication. We feel that we have been successful in presenting the student body with a higher type of publication and hope next year's staff will be equally successful.

BUSINESS STAFF PIECES O' EIGHT

This year the Business Staff has worn out inches of shoe leather seeking those elusive creatures that are indispensible in financing any publication - ads. The staff is justly proud of the results of this pavement-pounding. It has been through the interest and co- operation of our advertisers and the members of the staff that the magazine has been a financial success. To those advertisers who couldn't say, "No", we express our sincere appreciation. We hope that we have helped them as much as they have helped us. To all others who have helped us in any way, we take this oppor- tunity to express our gratitude.

PATRICIA BROOKS Editor

KATHLEEN K. LEWIS Business Manager






JAMES WHITFIELD Editor

MARY AGNES DEAL Business Manager

BUSINESS STAFF OF TECO ECHO

The policy of the advertising staff of the Teen Echo has been to serve the student body and faculty as a source of information, a medium of publicity, and a financing factor of the paper. Due to the cooperation of the student body and people of Greenville the advertising staff willingly attributes whatever success they have made.






TECO ECHO EDITORIAL STAFF

During the year just ended the Teco Echo endeavored to support what it believed to be right and opposed what it thought to be wrong. It held no malice toward any in- dividual or group of the student body and presented the news as it happened. The Teco Echo achieved two distinct purposes - pro- ducing a newspaper and serving as a labora- tory to train journalists. It has upheld the

principles of a free press, one of the last citadels of Democracy. The staff, as inter- preters of the ever-changing trend of events in our environment, have endeavored to per- petuate practices that tend to elevate the American way of life. If we have been suc- cessful to that end, then our efforts have not been in vain.






THE 1941 TECOAN

The business staff is justly proud of the amount of advertising it has obtained this year, and is grateful to the firms who have helped to make the publication of the 1941 yearbook a financial success. It wishes to acknowledge the valuable assistance, for both staffs of Herbert Hitch, Charlotte Engraving Co., Char- lotte Engraving Co., Charlotte; Frank Fleming, Lassiter Press, Charlotte; and M. F. Dunbar, Dunbar Studio, Charlotte. The staffs also wish to thank all students who have helped us in any way - there have been many.

BETTY KEUZENKAMP Editor

LALLAH B WATTS Business Manager






We, the staff of The Tecoan present this, the 1941 edition of the yearbook of East Carolina Teachers College, to the students. With hopes and fears we give and take. If we have made mis- takes, we apologize. If we have pleased you, we are glad.

We wish here to thank Dr. Slay and Mr. Browning, our advisors, who have helped us throughout the year. We also wish to thank the student body for their cooperation.

We wish to express our sincere appre- ciation to Matt Phillips, staff photog- rapher, who made all our Clock pic- tures. Also we thank Hampton Noe, who has been helpful in many ways, and Mildred Andrews, snapshot editor, for the many and varied pictures ap- pearing in the snapshot section.

Again we say to all of you, "Thank you".






MRS. C. F. KEUZENKAMP, A.B.

Sponsor OF EDITOR 1941 TECOAN






MRS. L. A. WATTS

Sponsor OF BUSINESS MANAGER 1941 TECOAN






THE SOCIETIES






MARY ELIZABETH BEASLEY Chief Marshal






EMERSON SOCIETY

Throughout the school year 1940-41 the Ralph Waldo Emerson Literary Society has sought to instill within the minds and hearts of its members a more thor- ough understanding and a deeper ap- preciation for Emerson - the man and the poet.

Evidence of the success of the Emerson society may be recognized by the effi- ciency with which the annual fall dance was sponsored, the splendid programs given at the regular meetings, the play presented in the winter, and the whole- some attitudes and training received through the association of its members.

OFFICERS

President Jane Williams

Treasurer Helen Louise Taylor

Vice-President Nell McCullen

Secretary Verna Bradley

Teco Echo Rep Lydia Piner

Tecoan Rep Eloise Kennedy

JANE WILLIAMS President

NELL McCULLEN Vice-President

VERNA BRADLEY Secretary






DORIS BRITT

NANCY DARDEN

IRENE MITCHAM

MARSHALS

JANE WILLIAMS

RUTH BRITT






POE LITERARY SOCIETY

The Poe Society has carried on its work well during this year and has done much to revive the old Poe spirit. The year began with a successful tea dance in the Wright Building for the Fresh- man Class.

The presentation of the one act tragedy ' Mansions" was one of the greatest events of the year.

The Mid-winter dance sponsored by the Poe Society was carried out in a spirit of frivolity and pleasing originality. The Poes are planning to sponsor many more successful activities in the future.

OFFICERS

President Hazel Owens

Vice-President James Whitfield

Secretary Christine Tripp

Treasurer Nancy Burden

HAZEL OWENS

JAMES WHITFIELD

NANCY BURDEN






NANCY BURDEN

ROSELIND GAYLORD

aNNE GOOLSBY

MARSHALS

HAZEL STARNES

VIRGIL WARD






LANIER SOCIETY

The worthy purpose for which Sidney Lanier himself lived are the ideals ever before the loyal members of the Lanier Society.

The highlights of our year have been: An informal tea dance which was spon- sored by the three societies to welcome the freshman and the intersociety one act play contest in which our talent was well organized.

The Spring dance sponsored by the La- nier Society was marked by gaiety and originality.

MARSHALS

President Ellen McIntyre

Vice-President Marian Smith

Secretary Edith Harris

Treasurer Adelaide Reid

ELLEN McINTYRE

MARIAN SMITH

EDITH HARRIS

ADELAIDE REID






JESSIE KEITH

ELLEN McINTYRE

AGNES WATSON

MARSHALS

LORAINE PRITCHARD

MILDRED LIVERMAN






ATHLETICS

SEPTEMBER

til JUNE











Music goes round and round. . . .What's the matter?. . . .On the bar. . . Just strollin'

No escape for a uniform. . . .Whow 1

Thirsty?... .Heads or ??? Bang, bong Deep in thought






We won't be home until mornin'. . . .Oh, Johnny!. . . .Mo' lassies. . . .Between classes. . .

Roll out the barrel. . . .Sisterly love. . . .And four to go. . . .

Happy trio. . . .In ambush. . . On the trail . . Three ittie fishes beside the ittie bittie






VL VARSITY CLUB

The Varsity Club draws its members from lettermen in the various sports on the campus: football, basketball, base- ball, and tennis. The Varsity Club this year has been striving toward harmony and cooperation among athletes.

The Varsity Club play and dance, and a

"Lil Abner" skit presented at the Pitt Theater were some of the major under- takings of the club. In conjunction with the W. A. A., the Varsity Club has at- tempted to sponsor recreation on the campus by keeping the Wright Building open on Sundays.






FOOTBALL SQUAD

Back in the fall of 1940 rumors began circulating from the Pirate Camp that the Teachers at last had something to be proud of in the way of a football team. As an inspired team - managed by a new coach and full of new player's blood - went from one victory to another, the student body began to really take an interest in their team.

The 19-in edition of the Pirate football squad made one of the finest records that an E. C. T. C. grid team has ever established. Their "wins" greatly outnumbered their "losses" and their accomplishments on the gridiron promise to lead the way in a Renaissance movement in athletics here at East Carolina Teachers College.

FOOTBALL COACH

"Coach John", as John Chrisenbury is affectionately called by the fellows who play on his teams, began this, his first year on our campus, by coaching the most successful foot- ball team that East Carolina Teachers College has produced in years. He guided the team from victory to victory and gave basis for the hope that the Pirates will someday pro- duce football teams that can carry the banner of accomplish- ment as high as do our other athletic teams.






FOOTBALL SQUAD

CHUCK McFEE

BILL DAVIDSON

BOB YOUNG

ROCKERFELLOW VENTERS

WILSON SCHUERHOLTZ

RUSSELL ROGERSON

WALTER ROGERS

DAN WADDELL






BILLY GREEN

JACK YOUNG

IRVING POLIAKOFF

HOWARD ROBINSON

EDWARD EVANS

JIMMY GIANOKAS

BRUCE MURRAY

GEORGE ROBERTS

JOE WILLIAMS

BILL LUCAS






BASKETBALL

A brilliant, fast, offensive court game squad into an outstanding basketball

was the outstanding feature of the 1941 team proved little trouble to Coach

edition of the Pirate cager's victory Chrisenbury and his boys romped

march. Converting a successful football through conference competition with






few losses and few close games. Usual- reputation of being a stiff opponent on

ly E. C. T. C. gained an early lead and the hardwood court and set quite a high

finishedfaraheadoftheiradversar.es. mark in the record book for future

The '41 Pirate quint upheld E. C. T. C.'s teams to shoot at.






BASEBALL

Directed by coach Gordan Gilbert the 1940 Pirate "Gashouse gang" made an enviable- record on the baseball diamond. Defeated rarely, and displaying a hard righting spirit coupled with a perfect example of coopera- tion, the spunky Pirate club emerged victori-

ous in most of their conference trials. A hard-hitting and dependable fielding outfit proved too much for weaker adversaries and when the last "out" was made E. C. T. C. found herself with a team of whose record she could be justly proud.

GORDAN GILBERT (Baseball Coach)

Coach Gordan Gilbert was greatly responsi- ble for the outstanding record left by the 1940 Pirate Baseball Club. His untiring efforts and capable management of the team members will long be remembered as out-

standing factors in a successful season. A good coach should be a combination of a teacher, a diplomat, and a natural-born lead- er, - Gordan Gilbert was all of these.











Under the guidanceship of Miss McElwain the W.A.A. has sponsored many events on the campus. The outstanding event was the dance (seen above) . Snow floated down on the dancers like never before.

Come with us swimming, bicycling or what not. You will always be guaranteed a won- derful time.

HELEN McELWAIN






TENNIS

Tennis is officially a major spring sport yet it continues for almost the entire school year. The season is climaxed by the participation of girls playing and

elimination tournament. These tourna- ments challenge the ability of as many girls as wish to come out. Pictured are the top ranking players who make up the tennis varsity.






WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

The Women's Athletic Association was organized in 1912 and since that time it has been one of the most active organizations on the campus. Regular monthly meetings are held to discuss the athletic activities on campus and provides a social hour for its members.

This organization struggled unsuccessfully until the past few years when it became an active and en- thusiastic group under the direction of Miss Helen McElwain.

The Physical Education Department has cooperated with the Association to sponsor various athletic activities.

EILEEN TOMLINSON PRESIDENT

MYRTLE HOPKINS VICE-PRESIDENT

MAYBELLE POLLOCK SECRETARY

ESTELLE EDWARDS Treasurer






In order to give more students a better chance to become proficient in a greater variety of sports, it has been the aim of the Association to promote an intramural program, introducing, a new point system. This program includes field hockey, soccer, volley ball, basketball, Softball, tennis, bicycling, hiking, archery, table tennis, croquet, horseshoe, badmiton, shuffleboard, and darts.

Points are awarded for participation in these activities and awards consist of a medal for 500 points, letter for 1000 points, sweater for 1500 points, and a statue trophy for 2000 points.

It is the chief objective of such a program to create among the students a sense of fair play, loyalty, sacrifice, respect, cooperation, and sportsmanship.

Already the results have been a realization of a greater feeling of unity within the stu- dent body as a whole.






HEADS OF

ESTHER PARKER Head of Volley Ball

DOT DALRYMPLE Head of Tennis

MARGARET WOOD Head of Soccer

DORIS ROBERTS Head of Softball

NICK PROCTOR Head of Basketball

The Women's Athletic Association Cabinet is made up of the Association advisor, Miss McElwain, Association officers, and Heads of Sports. It is the official body of the Associa- tion. But the success and spirit of our Association depends as much upon the individual member as it does upon the cabinet members.

SOFTBALL

In the spring at college as well as in the cities our minds turn to softball. More enthusiasm than ever before has been shown this spring by the number of participants out. The seasonal practices were brought to a close by a tournament held between the classes and by the selection of an honorary varsity - some of its members being shown here.






DEPARTMENTS

LOUISE LINDSAY Head of Individual Sports

ELIZABETH BURNS Head of Hiking

RACHEL BLANCHARD Head of Hockey

MARGARET WHITE Head of Archery

CAMILLE GASKINS Head of Bicycles






RUTH HALL

MARY FRANCES WILLIAMS

AUDREY STANLEY

PEARL HOUSE

ALL-STAR INTRAMURALS

BASKETBALL

The basketball teams had a most successful season under the guid- ance of coach McElwain and manager Nick Proctor. Approxi- mately one hundred fifty girls participated this year. The high- light of the season was the game played by the honorary varsities pictured here.

SOCCER

Soccer, a popular fall sport meet- ing three times a week attracted over forty girls this year, thus proving how worthwhile it is. These girls can really kick that ball and some of the roommates are usually glad when the sport is over. The senior - freshman team won the final tournament by defeating the junior-sopho- more team. At the end of the tournament a varsity team was chosen, the team being shown here.






VOLLEY BALL

Intramural and interclass volley ball furnished an interesting fall sport for one hundred girls. Dur- ing this season there is instruc- tion for beginning, intermediate, and advanced groups. After the practices are completed, a Round Robin Tournament is held.

FIELD HOCKEY

Field Hockey is a major sport of the fall season. Practices are held three times a week, and this year approximately fifty girls partici- pated in the sport. And believe it or not - they really had fun in spite of the knocks and falls. The junior-sophomore team won the final tournament by defeating the senior-freshman team. Those chosen for honorary varsity from the four class teams are pictured here.






FEATURES

This year the Tec.oan staff has tried to be fair and impartial with all in the choice of the Features. We like you, wanted to put all sixteen in the section but space would not permit. Each class elected four candidates. Each candidate had a picture made and turned them in to us. The Hon- orable F. C. Harding then received the pic- tures without any names on them. He tried to be fair with all, and the following are the Eight Features he picked.

SEPTEMBER

tit JUNE











DOROTHY REED MILLER, MAY QUEEN OF 1940











HAZEL OWENS






HELEN BROWN JEFFERSON






KATE BRYAN PARKER






FRANCES SUTHERLAND






RUTH TUCKER






ESTELLE DAVIS






LYLE RIED STARLING






MARGIE DUDLEY











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EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE

GREENVILLE, N. C.

Has membership in and is fully accredited by:

The Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools The American Association of Teachers Colleges The North Carolina College Conference

Has the following departments of instruction:

Administration and Supervision Art Education

Commerce Education

English Foreign Language

Geography . History

Home Economics Library Science

Mathematics Music

Physical Education Psychology

Science Social Science

Has curricula for the preparation of teachers in:

1 Primary grades ( 1 to 3 inclusive) 2. Grammar grades (4 to 7 inclusive) 3 High School (8 to 12 inclusive)

The degrees offered are:

1. Bachelor of Arts - requiring four years of study on a well-organized curriculum that meets the requirements for a specific teachers' certificate in North Carolina.

2 Master of Arts - requiring at least one standard year of study on a curriculum organized on the basis of the student's educational preparation and in line with his intellectual interests

The demand for well-trained and highly skillful teachers was never greater

than at the present time.

The standards of instruction here are high and they are being made higher

each year. Weak students are not solicited.

Special courses are offered for the purpose of preparing candidates for

the principal's and the superintendent's certificates in North Carolina.

The summer quarter is a standard session and the equivalent, in instruction

and credit that may be earned, to a quarter in the regular college year.

For further information, address LEON R. MEADOWS, President HOWARD J. McGINNIS, Registrar






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Title
The Tecoan 1941
Description
1941 Tecoan, yearbook of East Carolina Teachers College. The first yearbook published by the students of East Carolina Teachers College, The Tecoan, debuted in 1923. The name of the yearbook changed to the Buccaneer in 1953. The Buccaneer suspended publication from 1976-1978 and 1991-2005, finally ceasing in 2018. It was superseded by Anchors Away in 2019.
Date
1941
Original Format
school yearbooks
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UA50.01.01.19
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Spatial
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University Archives
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