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The Tecoan 1942

Date: 1942 | Identifier: 50-01-1942
1942 Tecoan, yearbook of East Carolina Teachers College. The Tecoan, the first yearbook published by the students of East Carolina Teachers College, debuted in 1923. The name of the yearbook changed to the Buccaneer in 1953. The Buccaneer was published until 1990, with a two year suspension in publication from 1976-1978. more...
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THE STUDENT BDDY DF EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE

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FOREWORD

The 1942 Tecoan has followed no def- inite theme. We have tried to portray campus life as it was seen by us during this year. In the years to follow, when you turn back to look at this book, we hope- that it will recall to you those pleasant days spent in '42 at East Carolina.






CONTENTS

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MR. E. R. HROWNING






DEDICATION

Mr. Browning came to this college in 1936 from West Virginia. He began our Commerce Department. There were no rooms available and the attic storage spaces of Austin Building were used. Ac- counting tables were manual arts workbenches brought from the shop. In the six years that he has been on our campus, Mr. Browning has caused the wide growth of this department which is now one of the best in the South.

Because he is such a friend to all students; because he has done so much for this college, this yearbook is dedicated to him.






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DR. LEDN R. MEADOWS

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"Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." These words were uttered by the world's greatest teacher almost two thousand years ago. As teachers and as citizens of the larger community which you are about to enter, you cannot do better than adopt them as your slogan. Through you the truth will make free a world that is bound by the chains of avarice, cruelty, tyranny, and intolerance. May the spirit of the Master Teacher strengthen you in your efforts.

Leon R. Meadows, President.

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ADMINISTRATION

The Spirit of Democracy demands that youth be given an opportunity for self-expression in governmental affairs. No democratic institution or form of government can long endure with its youth regimented from above. A government of youth, by adults, for youth, violates the very essence of democracy. The democratic way of life for youth, all too often, is com- prehended in the phrase, "Might makes right".

Dr. Herbert Rebarker, Dean of Men.

Not knowledge alone, but knowledge and understanding should be our goal. Like Solomon of old, our admonition should be: "Wisdom is the Principal thing; therefore, get wisdom, and with all thy getting, get understanding."

Annie L. Morton, Dean of Women.






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3L FACULTY

Dr. Lucre Turner. Director of Instruction,

English; Miss Mamie Jenkins. English; Miss Lois Grigsby, English.

Miss Cm ma L. Hooper. English; Miss Mary Greene, English: Dr. M. N. Posey. English.

Dr. Denver Baughan. English: Dr. Herbert Rebarker. Director of Instruction, Math; Miss Louise Williams. Ala/A.

Miss Elizabeth England. hUib: Dr. R. J. Slay. Director of Instruction, Science: Dr. B. B. Brandt. Science.

Dr. Charles Reynolds. Science: Dr. W. S. Deloach. Science: Dr. Christine Wilton.

Miss Mary Humpherys. Science; Mr. R. C. Deal. Director of Instruction, French: Miss Marguerite Austin. French.

Dr. P. W. PiCKLESlMER. Director of Instruc- tion. Geography; Mr. G. B. Cummings, Geog- raphy; Dr. W. A. Brown, Geogr.iphy.

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Mr. E. R. Browning, Director of Instruction, Commerce; Miss Lena C. Ellis, Commerce: Miss Velma Lowe, Co?- merce; Miss Audry Dempsey. Commerce: Dr. A. D. Frank, Director of Instruction, History; Dr. R. L. Hilldrup. History; Mr. E. C. Hollar, History.

Second Row:

Dr. P. A. Toll. Economics: Dr. Beecher Flanagan, Economics: Mr. O. A. Hankner. Director of Instruction,

Physical Education; Mr. John Christenbury. Physical Education; Dr. E. L. Henderson, Director of Instruction,

Administration and Supervision; Miss Dorothy Parks, Physical Education; Dr. Carl L. Adams, Director of Instruc- tion, Education and Psychology.

Miss Annie Newell, Education; Miss Lucille Charlton, Education; Dr. H. C. Haynes, Education and Psychol- ogy: Miss Dora E. Coates, Director of Supervision Primary and Grammar Grades; Miss Kate L. Lewis, Director of Instruction, Public School Art; Mr. William H. McHenry. Art.

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Miss Madelon Powers, Art; Mr. Alma Dittmer. Director of Instruction, Music; Mr. Robert Getchell. Music.

Mr. Denton Rossell, Music; Miss Lois V. Gorrell, Music; Miss Gussie Kuykendall, Music.

Mrs. Adelaide Bloxton. Home Economics; Miss Mabel Lacy. Home Economics; Miss Margaret Sellman. Home Economics.

Miss Pearle Chapman, Home Economics ; Mr. Felix E. Snider. Director of Instruction, Library ; Mr. Elliot Hardaway, Library.

Fifth Row:

Miss Margaret Sammon. Library; Mr. Ves- ter Mulholland. Principal of Senior High School, English; Miss Deanie Boone Has- kett. Critic Teacher, English.

Mr. R. G. Walser, Critic Teacher, English; Miss Cooper Bell, Critic Teacher, English; Mr. Cunningham. Critic Teacher, History.

Miss Estelle Greene. Critic Teacher. Math; Miss Laura Bell. Critic Teacher, Commerce.

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Mr. Bo Farley, Critic Teacher, Physical Education: Miss Frances Wahl, Principal, Training School: Miss Ruth Faison, First Grade; Miss Anne Redwine, First Grade; Miss Christine Johnson, Second Grade; Miss Lucy Nul- ton, 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 Mary Anne Cobb, Fifth Grade; Miss Elizabeth Hyman, Sixth Grade; Miss Kathleen Plumb, Seventh Grade.

Dr. H. J. McGinnis, Registrar; Mr. F. D. Duncan, Treasurer; Mr. Rufus Johnson, At. Owens, Assistant Treasurer; Miss Hazel Willis. Secretary; Miss Ola Ross, Assistant Regis, RETT, Secretary to President.

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Miss Elizabeth Smith A i distant Dean of Women

Miss Ruth White Dormitory Matron

Miss Mary Cheatham Dormitory Matron

Mrs. Stella Grogan Supt rintt ndent of Infirmary

Mrs. L. L. Reeves Stt wardess to Dining Hall

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Mrs. Roosevelt, above with Dr. Meadows and Gov. Broughton ; Lansing Hatfield; Orchestra directed by Hans Kindler.

the National Symphony






JAMES R. GULLEDGE

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May 29, 1891

February 27, 1941

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Ida Ruth Knowles President

Mildred Spangler

Secretary

Frances Sutherland Vice-President

Emily Murphy Treasurer

Go On In, The Water's Fine






They Will Be Teaching It Soon

SENIORS

Senior activities include living in the Home Management House and practice teaching at the training school.

She Teaches Them How

Dinner At Practice House Leisure Time At Practice House






SENIORS

Eugenia Abevounis Greenville, N. C.

Music Education

Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4.

Thelma Adams Benson, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Poe Society 1. 4; Y.D.C. 3: A.C.E. 3. 4; \V . \ H 4

Frances Allen Greenville, N. C.

Commerce and Phj steal Education

Bessie Anderson Middlesex, N. C.

Commerce and Mathematics

Commerce Club 1. 3. 4: Math Club 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 4.

0. D. Andrews Rocky Mount, N. C.

Science and Math

Kathleen Asbell Edenton, N. C.

G yam mar Grade Education

Y.D.C. 2. 3. 4: A.C.E. I. 2. 3. 4: Alumni Daughters and Sons I. 2. 3. 4. Secretary Treasurer 3; M.S. A.

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






Margenette Asbell

Home Economics and Science

ice Club 2. 3.

Mary Kate Autry

Primary

Pineland Junior College 1. 2: A.C.E. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3; W.A.

Sunberry, N. C.

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

Salemburg, N. C.

.Wake Forest, N. C.

Francis Averette

Grammar Grade

Campbell College 1. 2.

Mary T. Bailey

Primary

Speech Choir 1. 2: A.C.E. 1. 2. 3. 4, Executive Council 3. 4. Associate Editor of Stale Bulletin; l.i Lcr>o 2. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4: B.S.U. Council 4. Chi Pi Players 4: Poe Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Commence- ment Dance Committee 3: Y.D.C. 2. 3. 4.

Kinston, N. C.

Margie Baker

Grammar Grades

W.A. A. 3. 4: A.C.E. 2. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3: Poe Society 2. 3, 4. Mar;

Martha Reid Baker

Primary Education

Poe Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Publicity Manager M.S. A. 3: A.C.E. 4.

Ahoskie, N. C.

Reidsville, N. C.

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Elsie Barker

Grammar Grades

.Trenton, N. C.

Dhlla Barkley Severn, N. C.

Primary Education

Kathleen Barkley Elm City, N. C.

Math and English

English Club 2: Math Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Tre^dem 3: YAV.C.A. 3: W.A.A. 4; Poe Society 1. 2: Y.D.C. 3.

J u anita Bass Black Creek, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3, 4. Junior "Y" Cabinet 1; W.A.A. 2, 3; A.C.E. 3: Lanier Society 4; Future Teachers

Katrina Baum Swan Quarter, N. C.

Primary Education

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

Eugenia Becton Kinston, N. C.

English and History

Poe Soc.ety 1; Y.W.C.A. 1; English Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3.






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Nell Beddard Snow Hill, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3. 4. Junior "Y" Cabinet 1: Lanier Society 1, 2, 3. 4: Social Committee 4.

Russell Beddard Winterville, N. C.

French and Science

College Choir 2; Y.M.C.A. 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3. 4, Treasurer 4; M.S.G.A. Council.

Arline Belch Coleraine, N. C.

English and Physical Ed neat ion

Y.D.C. and Y.M.C.A.

Myrtle Leigh Belche Rich Square, N. C.

Grammar Grade

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

Annette Bell Newport, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. 2. 3; A.C.E. 2. 3; M.S. A. 1. 2. 3.

Leola Mae Bell Arapahoe, N. C.

Grammar Grade

Softball li Y.W.C.A. 2; College Choir I. 3. 4; A.C.E. 3.

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Ada Lillian Blanchard

Primary Education

Senior Play 2: Chowan College 2: YAV.C.A. 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4: Louisburg College 1.

Alice Leigh Blow Greenville, N. C.

Commerce and English

Salem College 5,

Melza Bostic

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2. 3, 4; YAV.C.A. 3. 4; Science Club 4.

Frances Boyd

Grammar Grade Education

Woodland, N. C.

Magnolia, N. C.

Raychel Boyd Pine Town, N. C.

Physical Education and Commerce

Poe Society I. 2. 3. 4; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Commerce Club 2. 3; YAV.C.A. 1. 2. 4. Y.D.C. 4:

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Hazel Bowen

Home Economics and Science

Presbyterian Student Council.

Wiilard, N. C.






Hazel Bovkin Micro, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society li Y.D.C. 3: A.C.E. 4; College Band 4.

Verna Bradley Rocky Mount, N. C.

Grammar Grade 'Education

Emerson Society 1. 2. 3. 4. Marshal 2. 4: Secretary Emerson Society 3; W.S.G.A. Council 4; Social Committee 3, 4; Senior Invitation Committee; Future Teachers of America.

Julia Branch Enfield, N. C.

Music Education and Social Science

Glee Club 3; Orchestra 3. 4; Lanier Society 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; Peace College 1. 2.

Ruth Newbern Bray Elizabeth City, N. C.

English and French

Chi Pi Players 2. 3. 4.

Nannie Briggs Hurdle Mills, N. C.

Primary Education

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

Rose Louise Britt Severn, N. C.

Math and Science

Chowan Jr. College 1. 2: Math Club 3. 4: Science Club 4.

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.Wendell, N. C.

Ruth Britt

Ho/f Economics and Science

Y.W.I A 1 Z, 3. 4. Junior "Y" Cabinet I. Senior Cabinet 4; Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4: Science Club 2. 3. 4. Emerson Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Marshal 2. 3. Chief Marshal 4. t lass Treas. 3: W.S.G.A. 3; Social Committee :. 3: Who's Who in American L'niucnitut and Colleges.

Katherine Brown

Commerce and Math

. Burgaw, N. C.

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Mary Elizabeth Brown Gatesville, N. C.

History and Commerce

International Relations Club 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4: Poe Society 1. 2. 3. 4: History Club 1. 2; Y.W.C.A. 4 I ounty Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Commerce Club 2. 3, 4.

Mary Quinn Brown Beulahville, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Y.D.C. 2; Y.W.C.A. 4.

Catherine Bryant Rich Square, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. 1: A.C.E. 4.

Cleo Burney Lumberton, N. C.

Commerce and French

Commerce Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Secretary 3. 4: M.S. A. Cabinet 3: Phi Sigma 2. 3. 4. President 4: Alpha Society 3. 4; Tero Echo Reporter 3: Marshal 4; Y.D.C. 1. 3;






Sylvia Burns Siler City, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Home Economics Club 2. 3: Choir 4: Chi Pi Players 4.

Helen E. Butner Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education

A.C.E. 1. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3: Band 2. 3; Glee Club 2. 3. 4: M.S. A. 2. 3. 4. President 3: Lanier Society 4.

John F. Carson Bethel, N. C.

History and English

Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4. President 4: Y.M.C.A. 4: Y.D.C. 4.

Louise Carter Woodland, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Louisburg College 1, 2: A.C.E. 4: Y.W.C.A. 4

McCree Carter Rose Hill, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Emerson Society 2. 3, 4; Poe Society 1: Alumni Daughters and Sons 2. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4: A.C.E. 1. 4.

Nancy L. Burden Aulander, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

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Ruth Chandler Virgilina, Va.

Grammar Grade Education and Public School Musit

1 4 A.i I J, 5: Y.W.C.A. J: College Bank 3, 4; Emerson

Marv Louise Chappell Belvidere, N. C.

William and Mary (N.D.) 1. 2: Poc Society 3: Math Club 3. 4; Science Club 3. 4. President 4;

Vernon Chason Lumber Bridge, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

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

Elsie Cherry

History and Science

Mars Hill College 1. 2: Y.D.C. 3; W.A.A. 3. Alumni Sons and Daughters 3.

Pactolus, N. C.

Thelma Gray Clark

Grammar Grade Education

.Virgilina, Va.

Louisburg College 1 2, W.A.A. 3. 4; A.C.E. 3. 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Chi Pi Players 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4; Poe Society 4; Softball Varsity 3; Ladies 1 bonis of Summer School 3; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; B.T.U. Officer 4.

Dorothy Clement

Grammar Grade Education

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

.Nelson, Va.






Tommie Lou Corbitt Gatesville, N. C.

Math and Commerce

lub 1. 3. 4. President 4: Commerce Club I, 3: Alpha

Bernice La Verne Cox Winterville, N. C.

French and English

French Club 3, 4; Y.D.C. 3.

Sarah Elizabeth Cox Goldsboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

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

Thomas Cox Greenville, N. C.

Physical Education and Social Science

Henry Crank Elizabeth City, N. C.

French and Science

Celia Blanche Dail Durant's Neck, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Y" Cabinet 1. Senior Cabinet 2; M.S. A. Ca . 3. 4. Secretary 2; Home Economics Club Poe Society 1," 2, 3, 4: Y.D.C. 2. 3.

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Dorothy Dalrymple Jonesboro, N. C.

Physical Education and Commerce

Commerce Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 4; Emerson Society I. 2. 3. 4; Marshal 2;

Mary Elizabeth Darden Jacksonville, N. C.

Math Club 1: Poe Society 1: International Relations Club 1. 2: Speech Choir 1. 2: Phi Sigma 1. 2. 3. 4.

Elsie Mae Daughtry Dover, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

ACE. 1. 2; Y.D.C. 3. 4: Science Club 3. 4: Home Economics Club 3. 4.

Julia David Swansboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Norma Davies

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4: Science Club 2. 3. 4: Poe So

.Marshallberg, N. C.

Ruth E. Davis

Commerce

Greensboro College 1: Y.D.C. 3.

Hillsboro, N. C.






. Seven Springs, N. C.

Doris Dawson

Primary Education

A.C.E. 3, 4.

Mary Agnes Deal Greenville,

Primary Education

:ouncil 2; Chi Pi Players 1. ;

Virginia Dixon

Primary Education

Leasburg, N. C.

Yvonne Downing

Home Economics and Science

Rose Carlton Dunn.

Primary Ed mat ion

. . . . Fayetteville,

.A. A. 3; Y.D.C. 3; I

. .Rocky Mount,

'.C.U.N.C. 1: A.C.E.

Emerson Society 2. 3. 4, Ma

Doris Duval

Grammar Grade Education

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Greenville,

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Clarissa Edwards

Primary Education

Meredith College 1: Choir I, 3: Glee Club 2; A.C.E. 3

Pearl Edwards

French and English

Winterville, N. C.

.re Teachers of America -t : Laniet

Chocowinity, N. C.

Staff 1. 2. 3: Pieces 0' Eight Business Staff 1. 2. Business Manager

Selma, N. C.

Lillie Owens Eason

Home Economics and Science

Y W.C.A. 3. 4: Home Economics Club 2. 3, 4: Science Club 2. 3. 4.

Eldred Evans Magnolia, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 3, 4: Science Club 4: Y.D.C. 3; Pineland College 1. 2.

Kate Foley Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4.

Sue Foy Pollocksville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 1. 3. 4 Science Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Alumn, l lub 2, 14; Y.D.C, 3, 4. W.C.U.N.C. 1.






Charles T. Futreli Greenville, N. C.

History and Physical Education

s Club 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3.

Lillian White Gardner ... Farmville, N. C.

Primary Education

Poe Society 1. 2. 3, 4: Cheer Leader 1, 2: ACE. 4: W.A.A. 1.

.Elm City, N. C.

4. Vice-President 3; Poe Soci

Marjorie Gardner

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2, 3. 4: Science Club 2

Camille Gaskins Windsor, N. C.

Physical Education and Social Science

W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Elizabeth Gates

Commerce and History

Y.D.C. 3. 4.

.Greenville, N. C.

Margarett Gatling Gates, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

A.C.E. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 4; W.A.A. I. 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 3. 4.

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Blanche Elizabeth Gay Jackson, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Home Economics Club 3. 4.

Rosebud Gaylord Roper, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Poe Society 1. 2. 3, 4. Marshal 3. Secretary 4, V W.I A 1; A.C.E 3. 4.

Frances D. Gillikin Goldsboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

Hilda Gillikin Beaufort, N. C.

Primary Education

A.C.E. 2. 3; Poe Society 1. 2. 3.

James Gianakos Hendersonville, N. C.

Physical Education and English

Mars Hill College 1. 2: Football 3. 4. Captain 4; Baseball 3, 4: Varsity Club 3. 4: TECOAN 4: Y.D.C. 3.

Ruby Goff Falcon, N. C.

Primary Education

Emmanuel College 1, 2; A.C.E. 3. 4; Chi Pi Players 4.






Ruby Grant Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education

Greensboro College I; Chi Pi Players 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Y.D.C. 3. 4; Student Legislature 4; Pieces O' Eight 3, 4; A.C.E. 4: Forensic Club 4.

Jesse Gray Stokes, N. C.

Science and Math

Math Club 1, 2; Y.M.C.A. 3. 4; Boxing 1, 2: M.S.G.A. 3. Vice-President 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3. 4.

Carlotta Grussner Schenectady, N. Y.

History and Social Science

Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Junior "Y" Cabinet 1: Emerson Society 2: International Relationship Club 3: Poc Society 4; Senior Superlative.

Dorothy Ednis Gupton Louisburg, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College 1: Home Economics Club 2, 3. 4: Science Club 4. Alumni Daughters and Sons 2. 3. 4.

Marie Gupton Louisburg, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College 1: Home Economics Club 2. 3, 4; Science Club 4: M.S. A. 3: Alumni Daughters and Sons 2. 3. 4.

Lula Foster Gupton Louisburg, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisburg College 1, 2; Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4: Science Club 4.

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Edith Guthrie Bethel, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.D.C. 3. 4.

Elizabeth Haislip Hamilton, N. C.

Primary Education

St. Marys 1. Flora Macdonald 2: A.C.E. 3. 4: YAV.C.A. 4: Emerson Society 4.

Elizabeth Harrell Powellsville, N. C.

Primary Education

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

Lucille Harris Louisburg, N. C.

English and History

Louisburg College I. 2. English Club 3. 4. Vice-President 4: International Relations Club 4: Forensic Club 4.

Mary Lou Harris Elizabethtown, N. C.

Commerce and English

Y.W.I A. 1. 2. 3: Commerce Club 1. 2. 3. 4; English 1. 2. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3, 4: Lamer Society 1, 2.

Christine Herring Goldsboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

W.A.A. 3. 4: Science Club 2. 3. 4; Brevard College 1.






Juliette Hickman Sanford, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Louisburg College 1. 2: Y.W.C.A. 3. 4.

Martha Hoell

Home Economics and Science

Robert Hollar

Science and Social Science

Band I 2. 3: Science Club 1. 2. 3: International Relation: Chi Pi Players 2. 3; Poe Society 1. 4. Y M.< A. 3. 4, Cabin Phi Sigma Phi 3. 4. Vice President 4; 7ecu Echo 1. 2.

. Grimesland, N. C. . .Greenville, N. C.

Jewell Holler Leesville, S. C.

Primary Education

Emmanuel College 1.2: A.C.E. 4.

Mattie Lawrence Holliday. Primary Education

Glee Club 3: A.C.E. 2. 3: Y.D.C. 2. 3.

Mary D. Horne. . Math and Scie

.Greenville, N. C.

.Greenville, N. C.

President 4; Math Club

SENIORS






SENIORS

Dallas Howard

Commerce and Social Science

Meredith College 1,2: Emerson Society: Alpha

Lucille Howell

Grammar Grade Education

A.C.E. 3. 4.

Clarissa Humphrey

English and Social Science

. Roseboro, N. C.

.Seaboard, N. C.

.Wilmington, N. C.

Emily Ann Hurff Driver, Va.

Home Economics and Science

Farmville State Teachers College I. 2: Home Economics Club 4; Science Club 4: Y.W.C.A. 3: Y.D.C. 3:

Betsy Hutchinson Bladenboro, N. C.

Primary Education

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

Helen Margaret Jenkins

Home Economics and Science

. Milwaukee, N. C.

3. 4: Science Club 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4: M.S. A. 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.;






Lula Mae Jenkins Orrum, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

Alice Johnson Kinston, N. C.

Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Poe Society 1, 2. 3; Y.D.C. 2. 3; P.S.A. 1. 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 3. Secretary 4.

Emily Johnson

Home Economics and Science

P.S.A. Council 2. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4: Poe Socic

.Will.ird, N. C.

Ethel Johnson Roseboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Greensboro College 1; Emerson Society 1; Home Economics Club 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 4.

Grace Johnson Kinston, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

International Relations Club 4: Chi Pi Players 4; Forensic Club 4; Emmanuel College 1. 2.

Norene Johnson Goldsboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Y.W.C.A. 1. 3. Freshman "Y" Cabinet 1; ACE. 3, 4; W.A.A. 3: Glee Club 3. 4.

SENIORS






SENIORS

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Shirley Johnson Beaufort, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Daisy Rave Jones Sunbury, N. C.

Primary Education

A.C.E. 4.

Jessie Keith ' Kerr, N. C.

Hume Economics and Science

Lanier Society I. 2. 3. 4.

I lass rreasurei 2 Bosines

W.S.G.A. 3: Marshal 3;

and Colleges.

ub 2. i 4 Science Club 2. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 2: N.C.C.P.A. 2: Business Staff of Teco Echo 3; of Handbook 2: Who's Who in American

Mabel Kennedy

Grammar Grade Education

\ W.I A 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3: A.C.E. 4. Van

Pink Hill, N. C.

Cornelia Keuzenkamp

French and English

English Club 3. 4; Sign,.! Phi Alpha 3, 4

Evelyn Kilpatrick

English and History

Debating Club.

.Hookerton, N. C.






Franklin Dadmun Kizer Washington, N. C

Science

Ida Ruth Knowles Roper, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

W.S.G.A. 1. 2: Poe Society I. 2. 3.

Club 2. 3. 4: Class President 3, -t:

and College*.

C.A. 1. 2. 3:

Vernon Kuetemever. Music and Math

.Chicago Heights, III.

Class President 1 2. Y MCA 2. 3. 4. Presidei ( hoir 3. 4. Phi S,gn,., P, 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 1. Universities and Colleges.

Who's Who in An

. Castalia, N. C.

Ruth Mae Lancaster

Primary Education

Campbell College 1. 2: W.A.A. 3; A.C.E. 4; B.S.U. Council 4.

Helen Ailene Lane Ft. Barnwell, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

Julia Latham

Home Economics and Science

Washington, N. C.

Club 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; W.S.G.A.

SENIORS






SENIORS

Harriette Lawrence Tarboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4: Science Club 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 1. 1. TECOAN 3. Y W.C.A. I. 2. 3. 4.

Audrey Lee Arapahoe, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Y.W.C.A. 2; A.C.E. 3.

Rebecca Lewis Bethel, N. C

Commerce and History

Atlantic Christian College 1: Lanier Society 3. 4: Commerce Club 3. 4. International Relations Club 4: Y.W.C.A. 3. 4: W.A.A. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 2. 3. 4.

Mildred Liverman Columbia, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

International Relations Club 4; Lanier Society 1, 2. 3. Marshal 2: Louisburg College 1.

Charles L. Makks Whitakers, N. C.

Math and Science

Wake Forest College 1: Representative to Presidents School NYC. 2; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3; Vice President Junior Class 3. Y.D.C. 3. 4. Treasurer 3: Y.M.C.A. 4: Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.

Harriet Anne Marshburn Wilmington, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Class Secretary 1; W.S.G.A. Secretary 2. Vice-President 3. President 4. Delegate to S.I.A.S.G. 2. 3. Secretary 4: Chairman of Entertainment Committee 4; Chairman of Budget Committee 4.






Lura Alice Mason Atlantic, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Poe Society 1: Y.W.C.A. I. 4; Y.D.C. 3.

Edith Matthews Rose Hill, N. C.

Commerce and English

English Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Commerce Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; Alpha Iota Sorority 4.

Savonne Matthews Kipling, N. C.

Physical Education and Science

W.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Cheer Leader 4; Head of Individual Sports 3: Emerson Society 3, 4.

Lydia May Spring Hope, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

npbell College 1 : Ho

Club 2. 3. 4; Science Club 3. 4: Y.W I A

Norman Mayo Plymouth, N. C.

Physical Education and History

Football 1. 2. 3: Basketball 1; Baseball 1. 2. 3: Varsity Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4; Superlative 4: Budget Committee 4.

Edna R. Mitchell. . . .

Music and English

Hohhsville, N. C.

College Bank 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3; College Orchestra 2. 3. 4, Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; Cabinet 3, 4; Poe Society 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4; English Club 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. President 4; College Choir 3, 4; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.

SENIORS






SENIORS

Erlene Mitchell Bunn, N. C.

Primary Education

ft.C.E. 1. Z, 3. 4.

Evelyn Mitchell Kittrell, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

w.t .U.N.C. 1. 2: Home Economics Club 3. 4.

Pauline Mitchell Trotville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Science Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4.

Louise Eileen Mizelle Enfield, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Edith Moore Delco, N. C.

English

Phjffei Junior College 1.2. W.A.A. 2. 3; English Club 3. 4: Forensic Club 3. 4.

Emily Murphy Atkinson, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society. Marshal 2: W.S.G.A. 2. 3; Science Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 2: Teco Echo I; Assistant Business Manager of Handbook 3: Class Treasurer 4: Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.






Lorraine Myers Aulander, N. C.

Math and French

Phi Sigma 1. 2. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 4: Emerson Society 4.

Lois McCormick Goldsboro, N. C.

French and English

Phi Sigma 1. 3. 4: Lanier Society 4: Y.D.C. 3: Y.W.C.A. 3: English Club 2. 3, 4.

Loonis McGlohon Ayden, N. C.

Commerce and French

Mavis McGowan Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Louisburg College 1. 2.

Malisha McLamb Roseboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

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

Vivian McLawhon Bethel, N. C.

Commerce and History

SENIORS






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SENIORS

Sarah Elizabeth Noe Bath, N. C.

History and Physical Education

E.S.A. Treasurer 1. President 4; Y.W.C.A. I. 3. 4: W.A.A. 2. 3. 4: TECOAN 4: Poe Society 1:

W.S.G.A. 3. 4; College Choir 2. 3; Varsity Soccer 1.

Alvany Parker Rocky Mount. N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Emerson Society 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 4; W.A.A. 3. Y.D.C. 3. 4.

Gertrude Parker Clinton, N. C.

Primary Education a.c.e. 4.

Kate Bryan Parker Verona, N. C.

History and English

Lanier Society 4: International Relations l luh V 4. English Uub 12 3. 4. Secretary 4: Verse Speaking Choir 1. 2; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4. Y.D.C. 3, 4. W.A.A. 4.

Martha Elizabeth Parrott Kinston, N. C.

English and Social Science

Louisburg College 1: Y.W.C.A. 2. 3. 4: English Club 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4: W.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Poe Society 4: Pieces O' Eigh, 2.

Elizabeth Spruill Partin Littleton, N. C.

Primary Education

A.C.E. 1. 3. 4; Glee Club 3. 4.






Miriam Patrick Grifton, N. C.

Commerce and Music Education

Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Alumni Daughters and Sons 2. 3; Alpha Iota Sorority 4.

Rosa Pecora Bowden, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Campbell College 1. 2: Y.D.C. 3. 4: Home Economics Club 3. 4: Science Club 3. 4; W.A.A. 3.

Edna Pierce Apex, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Poe Society 2; Future Teachers of America 3. Secretary 4.

Daphne Potter Kelly, N. C.

Primary Education

Meredith College 1: W.A.A. 2. 3. 4: A.C.E. 2. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3; Bank 4: TCCOAN 4.

Sara Potter Beaufort, N. C.

Primary Education

Jean Powell Kerr, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Home Economics Club 1. 3. 4; Science Club 1. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. I. 3. 4.

SENIORS






SENIORS

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Nettie Pearl Price Wendell, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Asheville College 1. 2; Future Teachers of America 4: A.C.E. 3. 4.

Lucille Privette

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4; Science Club 3.

Spring Hope, N. C.

Frances Privott Edenton, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Y.W.CA. 1. 2; A.C.E. 3. 4.

Mary Privott Edenton, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

..C.E.

Minnie L. Quinn Beulahville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Science Club 1. 4: Home Economics Club 1. 4; Poe Society 1; Y.W.CA. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 4: Pieces I) I ighl 4: P.S.A. President 4: Budget Committee 4; Superlative.

Daphne Adele Rees McLeansville, N. C.

Primary Education

y.W.I ft 4, A.C.E. 4: W.C.U.N.C. 1; Montreal 2.






Martha Rice Enfield,

English and Commerce

Louisburg College 1. 2; Chi Pi Players 3, 4. President 4; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 4: M.S. A. Cat English Club 3. 4: Forensic Club 3. 4.

Virginia Love Riddle Saint Pauls,

Primary Education

Campbell College 1.2: W.S.G.A. 3; Choir 3.

Wilda Royall Clinton, i

Public School Music and Piano

Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 2. 4; Class Treasurer 1: Y.W.C.A. 1. 2

Mary Harvey Ruffin Wilson,

Home Economics and Science

:iub 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3. 4; Business S

Juanita Rush

Home Economics and Science

W.A.A. 4: Home Economics Club 4: Science Clut

Evelyn Satterfield

Primary Education

Mars Hill College 1. 2: A.C.E. 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3:

.Clyde,

2. 3. 4:

N. C.

aff Teco N. C.

Roxboro, N. C.

SENIORS

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-SENIORS

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Doris Satterwhite

Grammar Grade Education

A.I E :. 5. 4. Recording Sect.-i.irv 4. Y.W.C.A. 1. Z. i. 4

.Oxford, N. C.

Emmy Lou Scales Greenville, N. C.

'English and Commerce

Gladys Scull , Raeford, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Poe Society 1; Y.D.C. 4; A.C.E. 4

Virginia Dare Seegars Fairfield, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Y.W.I A 4; Poe Society 1. 1. 3; "l l>i . 1 S; TECOAN J: A.C.E. 3. 4; College (ho;t 2, 3. 4.

Annie Andrews Sellers Greenville. N. C.

Histon

Louise Shearon Bunn, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Louisbutg College 1. 2: Home Economics Club 3. 4; Science Club 4.






Marie Smith Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education

Maude Emily Smith. . Primary Education

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

. Fountain, N. C.

Nina Elizabeth Smith Greenville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 3, 4.

Pecolia Smith St. Pauls, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

Frances B. Southerland Burgaw, N. C.

Music and Primary Education

Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; A.C.E. 3, 4: B.md 3. 4: Glee Club 3. 4; Lanier Society 3. 4: Peace Junior College 1. 2.

Mildred Spangler Danville, Va.

English and History

..A. 2. 3: Y.D.C. 3;

Club 3. 4. Vice-Pti

SENIORS






SENIORS

Roxie Spear Creswell,

Grammar Grade education

Y.D.C. 3. 4.

. Goldsboro, N. C.

Dorothy Spence

Grammar Grade Education

Emerson Society 1. 1, 3. 4. Marshal 2: Y.D.C. 3.

Virginia Page Spencer Swan Quarter,

History and Science

Science Club 2. 3. 4. International Relations Club 3. 4: Emerson Soc.etv 1 2. 3. 4; Y \V < .' Y.D.C. 3. 4. Pimm i) Eight J I 4 Editor 4 Superlative \Y ho\ Who in American Univm Colleges.

Elizabeth Stacey Rutherfordton,

Home Economic and Science

Asheville Teachers College 1: Poe Society 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 4; Home Economics Club 4: Science

Audrey Stanley Swansboro,

Primary Education

Y W.l A I. Junior Y" Cabinet 1. Choir 1, 3, 4, All-. 1. 4; W.A.A. 1, 3, 4: Varsity Baski Y.D.C. 3: W.A.A. Cabinet 3. 4.

Joe Staton Greenville,

Science and English

Science Club 3. 4.

Club 4. N. C.

N. C






Laura Strickland Middlesex, N. C.

Commerce and Math

Commerce Club 1, 3. 4: Math 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3, 4; W.A.A. 3. 4.

Martha Sue Stroud Seven Springs, N. C.

Primary Education

Campbell College 1. 2; W.A.A. 3; A.C.E. 4: B.S.U. Council 4.

Gladys Sturdivant Clayton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Campbell College 1, 2.

Frances Sutherland Wilmington, N. C.

English and Social Science

May Court 2; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3. 4. Cabinet 4; W.S.G.A. 3, 4: English Club 4; Lanier Society 3; Associate Editor of Teco Echo 3; Vice-President of Class 4; Superlative; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.

Margaret Tart

Home Economics and Social Science

Frances Taylor

Primary Education

W.C.U.N.C. 1. 2: Y.D.C. 2; A.C.E.

Dunn, N. C.

Bethel, N. C.

SENIORS






SENIORS

Helen Taylor

Commerce and English

Bethel.

Secretary 4; Y.D.C. 2. 3. 4; Poc Soci

Louise Taylor Maple,

Home Economics and Science

j'.nt 4 Science Club 2. 3: Emerson Society 1 2 3 4 Tee

Seaboard, N. C.

Sibyl Taylor

Ho'i/e Economics and Social Science

. hi Pi i lub 3. 4: Home Economics Club 3. 4: Lanier Society 4; Chowan College 1. 2.

Estaline Tew Godwin,

Grammar Grade Education

Pineland Junior College 1: A.C.E. 3. 4. J.irvis Forensic Club 4: Y.W.C.A. 2 4

Elizabeth Thomasson South Hi

Home Economics and Science

Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4- Y.D.C. 3. 4; Home

Jessie Parker Thompson

History and Science

Y.W.I A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 2. 3, 4: Science Club 3.

Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Science Club

.Goldsboro, N. C.






Walter Tucker Greenville, N. C.

Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3. 4: M.S.G.A. 2. 4. President 4: Y.M.C.A. 2. 4. Cabinet 2; Y.D.C. 3. 4. Executive Committee 3. 4: TECOAN Business Staff 3: N.C.C.P.A. 3; International Relations Club 4: Commerce Club 3. 4; Budget Committee: Superlative 4; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.

Lois Turnage Ayden, N. C.

Primary Education

Peace Junior College 1: Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; A.C.E. 3. 4.

Hattie Turner Spring Hope, N. C.

Primary Education

A.C.E. 3. 4.

Rosemary Underwood St. Pauls, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Pineland Junior College 1.2: Forensic Club ). 4, Home Economics Club 4: Science Club 4; International Relations Club 4: Y.W.C.A. 4.

Rockfellow Venters Ayden, N. C.

History and Physical Education

Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Football 2. 3, 4.

Elizabeth Wade Williston, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

SENIORS

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Dan Waddell Hendersonville, N. C.

/Math and Physical Education

Brevard College 1. 2: Football 3. 4: Basketball Manager i. 4. Varsity Club 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4.

Kenneth D. Walker Goldsboro, N. C.

Math Mid Science

Wake Forest College 1: Y.D.C. 2. 3: Y.M.C.A. 3.

Madeline Warren Roseboro, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

3. 4; Alumni Daughters and Sons 2. 3. 4:

i \

I'eache

. Southport, N. C.

David W. Watson

History and Physical Education

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

Lallah B. Watts Raleigh, N. C.

Physical Education and Commerce

Varsity Field Hockey 1 i Ten

Dorothy Kathryn Weeks Rocky Mount, N. C.

French and English

Pineland Junior College 1. 2; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4: Emerson Society 3. 4; Y.D.C. 3. 4: English Club 3. 4.






Norma Wellons Kenly, N. C.

Math and History

Math Club 1, 2, 3. 4; International Relation* Club 4; Y.D C. 3; Y.W.C.A. 4.

Jean Wendt Wilmington, N. C.

Primary Education

Virginia Whitley Nashville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

: Y.D.C. 3. 4; Home

Bayboro, N. C.

Amy Charlotte White . History and English

International Relations Club 3. 4: ]

Hazel White Creswell, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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Mary Edith White

English and History

Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; English Club 3,

. Portsmouth, Va.

Relations Club 4, Y.D.C. 3. 4.

SENIORS






SENIORS

Lula Mae Whitehurst Greenville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Dorothy Wiggins Trotwell, N. C.

Math and Science

Math Club 2. 3. 4 Vice-President -1 Psl Cabinet 4 Science Club i Y.W.I A 4 Pieces O' Lioht Photographer 4: W.A.A. I. 2. 3. 4.

Annie Laura Wilkerson Bailey, N. C.

Y.W.t A. 1 Lanier Society 1: Y.D.C. 5: ACE. 3. President 4 Ms H President 4.

Jane Williams Clinton. N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Emerson Society I. 2 3, 4, rreasurei 2. President 5. Marshal J 4 Y.W.C \ 3 4 Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4: Science Club 2. 3. 4.

Kathryn Williams Asheville. N. C.

Primary Education

Mars Hill College 1. 2; A.C.E. 1. 4 W A X V 4 B S U. Council 4

Geneva Winstead Macclesfield, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education






Margaret Wise Jackson, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

Helen L. Wolfe Washington, D. C.

Physical Education and Commerce

W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Poe Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Pieces O' Eight 2. 3; TECOAN 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4. Glee Club 2. 3.

Margaret Lee Wood Troy, N. C.

Commerce and Physical Education

Commerce Club 1, 2. 3. 4: W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4: Volley Ball 1. 2. 3. 4; Field Hockey 1. 2. 3: Softball 1. 2. 3. 4: Y.D.C. 3. 4.

Atlas W. Wooten Greenville, N. C.

History and Social Science

Luole C. Wright Tabor City, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Wake Forest College Summer School 1. 2; Home Economics Club 2, 3. 4: Science Club 2, 3. 4; Y.D.C. 4.

Dorothy Elizabeth Wyckoff Castle Hayne, N. C.

Math and English

English Club 1: Math Club 2; Y.W.C.A. 3.

SENIORS






Jack Young Burnsville, N. C.

Physical Education and Science

Brevard College 1. 2; Football 3. 4; Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 3. 4: Varsity Club 3, 4. Vice-President 4.

Robert Young Burnsville, N. C.

Physical Education and Science

Brevard College 1. 2; Football 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4: Baseball Manager 3; Varsity Club 3. 4: Y.M.C.A.

SENIORS

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J^>upenative5 from Senior i^-la

F/nt Rotr: ELIZABETH Gates Best Dancer

Bobbie Grussner Beu Dreued

Joe Staton Most Intelh dual

Second Ron : Minnie Quinn Prettiest

Walter Tucker Best Drei ted

Elizabeth Noe Most Dependable

Bob Young Most Athletic

Mary Harvey Ruffin Most Versatile

Savonne Matthews Most Athletic






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First Row: Jesse Keith Most Friendly Second Row: Charles Marks Best Dancer

Virginia Spencer Most Original Norman Mayo Mou H mdsome

Harriet Marshburn Most Capable Virginia Seegars *;( Studious

Third Roiv: Frances Sutherland Most Popular

Dorothy Dalrymple Wittiest

Virginia Whitley Best Personality






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Ruth Tucker Treasurer

Johnnie Faye Barnes Secretary

Joyce Dunham President

Mary Long Ford Vice-President

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Sutherland tells fortunes at Junior-Freshj

JUNIORS

Meet our Juniors who have worked hard through the year to make next year's Senior Class the best yet.

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First How: Jfanftte Amick

Second Bow:

Dora Belle Avery

Dorothy Ballantine

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Fourth Bow:

Beatrice Barnette Buxton, V C.

Catherine Barnhill Mar low F. Bostic

Fifth Bow

Ruby Batchelor

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JUNIORS

Margaret Boone

Louise Brett

Margaret White Byrum Lois Cain

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Leona Council

Elizabeth Daw;

Joyce Dunham

Lina Edwards Fountain, N. C.

Frances Elliot

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JUNIORS

Adminta Eure Kure, N. C.

Rachel Farrior Burgaw, N. C.

Leah Elizabeth Fleming Pikeville. N. C.

Martha Rachel Fleming

Margaret Finle

Mary Long Ford Franklinton, N. C.

Miriam Freeman Ahoskie. N. C.

Oil Forrest Winterville, N. C.

Z. W. Frizelle

Richard Gaui

Gwendolyn Goodson

Mi'bane, N. C.

Agatha Golden

Ruby Margaret Gore

Doris Greene Council, N. C.

Agnes Griffin Woodland, N. C.

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Margie Hollowell

loraine horne

Clonnie Hlskins

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JUNIORS

Mary Tyson Johnson

Second Row:

Johnnye Brown Kennedy Beulahville, N. C.

Katherine Kyser

Nan Lovelace

Daisy Kino Mayo

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Ben Miller Greenville. N. C.

Rebecca Moye Butin. N. C.

Helen Mozingo

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Elizabeth Page Burgaw. N. C.

Margaret Pollock

Esther Parker George, N. C.

Mary John Parker

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JUNIDRS

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Vernillf Pierce

Ellen Pierce

AlILENF PoV'FI I Denton. N. C.

Wilmington, N. C.

Ovelia Price

Frances Rateliff Pantego. N. C.

Henrietta Ray

Ann aide Rfade

Alma Louise Bennett Raleigh. N. C.

Beatrice Reynolds

WliiH'ville, N. C.

Betsy Anne Riddick

Ma(,(;ie Pearl Rivenbark

Frances Robertson T.-irboro. N. C.

Florence Robertson

Colel.iin, N. C.

Russell Rogerson Greenville. N. C.

Randolph Roper

Aurora. N. C.

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Charlotte Shearin Rocky Mount, X. C.

Miriam Sexton

Rocky Mount. X. ('.

Alice Smith Lizzie Smi

Ruth Stallings Hobbsville. N.C.

Dorothy Starling

Clinton. N.C.

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JUNIORS

Marie Tucker

Oxford, N. C.

Mary Louise Wallace Bellmven. N. C.

Ingram P. Walters

Virgil Ward

Mildred Watkins Louisburg, N. C.

Sarah Watkins

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Dallis G. Whitford

Sixth Row:

Reid White

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Matilda Vi'mi i rv

Norman Wii kerson

Eugenia Williams Gatesville, X. ('.

Naomi Williams Wade. N. C.

Third Row:

Melva Williamson

Laura Fay Wood Four Oaks. X. C.

Rachel W ard

Mary Moss Young W w Springs, X. C.

Fifth Rots :

Sou Lou Young

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Maribelle Robertson Treasurer

Frances Copeland

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Z. W. Frazelle Vice-President

Janie Eak.es President

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They call Sophomores "the sophisti- cated fools," but we haven't found our Sophomores that way. This hard work- ing class hasn't missed a trick.

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SDPHDMDRES

First Row: Dennis Alexander

Ruth Allen

Edith Mae Alston

Jessilee Aman

Second Row:

Doris Ambrose

Mitchell Avery

Iadalene Ballance

Mavis Ballance

Third Row:

Aldine Barnhill

Anne Britton Bartholomew

Allene Batchelor

Elizabeth Batten

Fourth Row: Lillian Boyette

Helen Blanchard

Virginia Lee Bledsoe

Rena Bateman

Fifth Row:

Blennie Blue

Charlotte Bordeaux

Doris Boswell

Alma Bowen

Sixth Row:

Katherine Boyd

Lydia Briggs Virginia Britoon Edward Brown

Seventh Roir:

Mar jorie Brown

Norma Brown

Rosalie Brown

Velma Brown

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F/rf/ Row; Fara Rae Britt Elsie Bullock Betty Burch Georgia Burch

Second Row:

Emily Burns

Jerome Butler

Mary Virginia Butt

Jennie Campbell

Louise Cannady

Verra Carraway

Ella Carrawan

Murle Tucker Chapman

Gertrude Clark Imma Grace Clark

Ruby Clifton Rowena Collins

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Frances Copeland

Willie Coplin Garnet Cordle Becky Cockrell Frances Coward

Mary C. Cox Mary Alice Cozart






SDPHDMDRES

First Row:

Waldorp S. Crawley

Olive Crews

Ora Crisp Doris Crosby

Second Row:

Charles Craven

Annabell Dawson

Bonni.3 Davis Dorothy Rae Davis

Third Row:

Doris Davis Lucille Davis

Ruth Davis WilmaDean

Fourth Row:

Rachel Denning

Carolyn Dixon

Rachel Dixon

Margie Dudley

Fifth Row:

Henry Dunbar

Janie Eakes

Epsy Eakin

Ellie Mae Easom

Sixth Rotv:

Margaret Eateman

Doris Edwards

Pauline Essey

Annie Kate Evans

Seventh Row:

Hazel Evans Alice E. F^rrell Alice Ferebee Damon Fields

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SOPHOMORES

First Row:

Eris Day Finch

Emmet; Fisher

Marjorie Fitzgerald

C. T. Fleming

Second Row:

Amy Floyd

Helen Flynn

Clara Forehand

Beatrice Forrest

Third Row: Lila Fountain Thurla Gaskins

Reta Guy Melba Gaylor

Fourth Row:

Margaret Gerock

Lucy Ward Greene

Jane Hardy

Margaret Pugh Harden

Fifth Ro w.- Frances Hargrove Julia Harris Rosalyn Harris Verda Harris

Sixth Row:

Wilma Harris

W. B. Harris

Mary H. Hastings

Vera Hastings

Seventh Row : Mary Hayes Laura Hearne Iris Herring Christine Hellen

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First Row:

Margaret Hinnant

Helen Henson

Doris Hockaday

Genevieve Hodgen

Second Row:

Anne Holloman

Ethel Ruth Hood

Ophelia Hooks

Helen Lorraine House

Third Row:

Everette Hudson JfJ^ Carol Leigh Humpheries U*

Peggie Nell James Mary Rebecca Jarvis Mary Emma Jefferson

Fifth Ro w:

George Johnson

Ida Yolando Johnson

Jimmy Johnson

Mildred Johnson

Sixth Row:

Sidney Johnson Betty Jo Stokes Hazel Dell Jones Katherine Jones

Seventh Row:

Naomi Grey Jones

Helen Jordan

Bettie Margaret Joyner

Flora Dell Kennedy

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Sara King Elizabeth Kittrell

Mae Knott Virginia Knowles

Edna Lang

Grace Lee

Margaret Lewis

Osbourne Lewis

Third Row:

Wilma Lewis

Janice Lister

Margaret Liles

James Little

Nell Louise Carter

Bill Lucas

Evelyn Lyon

Fifth Row:

Ellen Maddrey

Lona Maddrey

Clyde Mann

Mamie Marlowe

Sixth Row:

Myrtle Massengill

Hiriam Mayo

Nora Meggs

Alice Mitchell

Seventh Row:

Helen Mishoe

Clellie Mizzelle

Jacqueline Moffet

Lorraine Moore

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First Row:

Eshu Morgan

Goldif. Morris

Gladys Mum ford

Alene McLamb

Second Row:

Annie Nakoneczny

Frances Newby

Blonnie Odum

Dave Owens

Third Row :

Eloise Owens

Jean Owens

Sue Parker

Cassie Parnell

Fourth Row:

Annie Moore Parner

Gretchen Parrish

Dorothy Pearsall

Annie Sue Perry

Fifth Row:

Donald Perky

Rebecca Perry

Rachel Peterson

Frances Phelps

Sixth Row:

Christine Pleasant

Mary Ethel Poole

Mary J. Porter

Edna Powell

Seventh Row:

Edna Louise Powell

Sara Price

Odessa Pryor

Maxine Quinn

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Helen Register Lucy Register Viola Register Thelma Ritter

Blanche Lee Rooks Elizabeth Robers Grace Roberson

Frances Roberts

Maribelle Robertson

Alma Rouse

Egbert Rouse

Virginia Rouse

Mar jorie Rowe

Katherine Russell

Margaret Russell

Dorothy Sasser

Mary Lou Sasser

Margarette Sawyer

Elizabeth Sexton

Dorothy Shearin

Mary Beth Sheffield

Seventh Row:

Bonnie Bell Shirley

Betsy Shumaker

Merle Slater

Martha Spencf

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First Row:

Ruth Spencer

Bonnie Smith

Charley B. Smith

Frances Smith

Second Row:

Ruby Smith

Eris Stallings

Lyle Reid Starling

Annie Audry Stevenson

Third Row:

Evelyn Jones Margaret Stokes

Rosa Stokes Winifred Stokes

Four lb Roic:

Helen Stone

Alice Stovall

Delia Strickland

Geraldine Taylor

Fifth Ro w.- Pat Teal Sue Thomas Frances Tunstall Edith Twiford

Sixth Row:

Ruby Wanda Tyndall

Linda Vann

Jane Vann

Clarence Vincent

Seventh Row:

Ernestine Vinson

Mabel Spence Watson

Annie Mae Ward

Gretchen Webster

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Fourth Row: Clara Williamson

Bonnie Willis Dorothy Wilson

Fifth Row:

Virginia Wilson

Eunice Winbon

Florence Winslow

Sixth Row:

Betty Jones Winstead

Nancy Wynne

Hazel Yelverton

Seventh Row: Evelyn Young

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Willie Mae Daniel Vice-President

Frances Lewis Treasurer

Harry Jar vis

President

Virginia Cooke Secretary

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FRESHMEN

The freshmen have worked hard this year. If they learn as much in the re- maining three years, they will be well qualified for a diploma.

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Faye Arthur Mattilee Atkinson Kathleen Aycock Mary Lou Aycock Jessie Ballantine

Henry Barkley

Wilma Harnett

Fourth Bow: Isabel! Barnhill Mary Etta Bass Frances Batchelor Betty Batson Sybil Beamon

Cecil Bland Mary Blanchard

Gretchen Boswell Mary Lee Bottoms

Nell Brinkley

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Firs* Bob: Elizabeth Brown Mary Bryan Edith Buck Helen Bullock Inez Bullock

Second Row : Nancy Burden

Doris Butler Charles Cushman

Joyce Currin Josephine Currin

Third Row:

Sara Currin

Helen Creech

Nellie Crawford

Elizabeth Crawford

Garnette Crocker

Fourth Row:

"Wilma Cozart

Carlyle Cox

William Council

Elsie Corbitt Mildred Copeland

Alice Copeland Virginia Cooke

Janet Cobert

Doris Cobb

Ida Florine Clark

Theresa Cheek

Dixie Chappell

Leslie Chadwick Elizabeth Cates Kathleen Carter Frances Carter Koyal Carson






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FRESHMEN

First Bow: Jean Dailey Willie Mae Daniels Marie Darden Elsie Davis Sybil Davis

Second Roir: Dorothy Denny Jean Denmark

Third Row:

Sybil Eakes

Jessie Earp

Dorothy Edwards

Gerrand Edwards

Lucille Edwards

Fourth Row: fyt Edwards Sarah ElllOl

Evelyn Etheridge Grace Evans

Harriet Everett

Fifth Bow: Margaret Ennctt

Ruth Farrior

Geraldino Pelton

Mary Holland Ferrell

Violet Fields

Si.rth Row: Mamie Lee Kishel Nancy Fitzgerald Morris Flow- Doris Flowers Evelyn Ford

Seventh Bow: Bemice Freeman Dorothy Freeman Christine Fuller William Gaddy Agnes Gardner

Eighth Bow: Lilla Gaynor Margaret George Lena Rose Giles Anne Gilliam Sylvia Greene

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FRESHMEN

Rebecca Haston

Second Row :

Lyda Mae Herring

Mary Elizabeth Herring

Catherine Hester

Estelle Hester

Miriam Hewitt

Thin! Row: Lillian Hines Jacqueline Hinnar Betsy Hobguucl Marie Hodges Robin Hollan.l

Fourth Row : Mary Edith Hollingsworth Louise Holloman Florence Home Sally Howell Allene Haynes

Louise Hunter

Elizabeth Ives

Joe R. Ives

Sixth Row:

Margaret Ipock

Lorraine Jackson

Aldace James

Harry Jarvis

Catherine Jenkins

Seventh Row: Elizabeth Jenkins LaRue Jenkins Edith Jenning Camille Jernigan Annelle Johnson

Eighth Row:

Clarine Johnson

Dorothy Johnson

Helen Johnson

Helen Page Johnson

Gladys Neal Johnson






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Miriam Johnson

Sue Jackson Jonnsc

Wincy Johnson

Second Row :

Vivian Jones

Mildred Jordan

Jennie C. Joyner

J. B. Joyner

('eraldine Kearney

Third Row:

Nancy Kilpatrick Pearl Kounce Colleen Kins Mildred Lanier Worth Lanier

Josephine Lee Ronaldon Lee limn Harold Lester

fifth Row:

Dorothy Lewis

Elizabeth Lewis

Frances Lewis

Nell Rachel Lewis

Vera Belle Loftin

Surf A Row:

Sue Lovelace

Bertha Mallard

Christine Mannins

Falirenia Marshlmi Frances Marshl.ur

Seventh Row:

Laurene Marshbui

Bobby Lou Marti

Franklin E. Marti

Robert Martin

Molly Mayes

Eighth Row:

Rita Messick Manora Mewborn

Bob Miller Merrimon Mizelle

Rowenn Montague

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FRESHMEN

First Row:

Doris Moore

Mary Sue Moore

Annie Lois Morris

Sarah Mclnnis

Kit Morton

Second Row : Saral) Ann Moss Nell Finch Murphy Margaret Myres Lillian McC'otter Jean McDonald

Third Row:

Esther McGowa

Ruth McHan

Gladys MeLawho

Lois McLeod Margaret McMilli

Fourth Row: Mattie McNall

Thomas Noe lizabeth Norwood Doris Ogburn Pearl Ogburn

Fifth Row :

Carolyn Oglesby

Jewel Orr

Elizabeth Osberine

Marion Osteen

Maude Overton

Sixth Row: Edna Parnell Edward Patrick Tillie Paul Zula Pearson Rosa Lee Peeden

Seventh Row: Dorothy Peel Retha Pope Alice Powell Myrtle Price

lebecca Pridgen

FJyhth Row: Marjorie Privotl Lois Queen Mary Alice Reavt Jane Read Ellen Riddick






FRESHMEN

First Row :

Elizabeth Register

Naney Roberson

James Earl Roberts

Ruby Safley

Reba Sanderson

Second Row: Leona F. Sasser Wilma Saunders Shirley Savage Emma Scott Barbara Selby

Third Row: Agatha Sewell Edna Key Shaw

Annie Laurie Shearui William L. Shelton Thomas Shelton

Lucille Seyemore Mary Elizabeth Slate

Fifth Row: Jewel Slater Edna Earle Smith Ethel Smith Evelyn Smith Dorothy Smith

Seventh Row: Gladys Snell Louise Sparks Sarah Stanton Eleanor States Mary Lillian Stephenson

Eighth Row: Mary Anne Stephens Nancy Stewart Panthea Stewart Annie Strickland Sam Strickland

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FRESHMEN

First Row Elsie Faye Su Sadie Suttc Betty Tvso Lorraine Tyn Max Tucke

Second Row-:

Irene Trott

Charlie Tripp

Susan Timberly

Helen Thompson

Lorraine Thomas

Third Row: Hubert Thomas Helen Thomas

Van Taylor Olive Taylor Grace Taylor

Fourth Row:

Frankie Taylor Myrtle Tadlock Geraldine Usury

Allene Vance Frances Walker

Fifth Row: Laura Marie Walker Annie Ruth Warren

Evelyn Warren N'ellie Holt Warren Virginia Warren

Sixth Row: Joyce Watson

Ida Mae Weathers Doris Wells Lois West

Cariyle Westbrook

Seventh Row : Alice White Catherine White Esther Mae White Marion White Vernice White

Eighth Row: Alice Wiggins Edith Wilkerson Frances Willard Beatrice Williams Doris Williams






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.lanie Mae Williams

Joyce Williamson

Vera Williams

Becky Willis I.ibliy Willoughby Catherine Wilson

Mary Windley Carroll Winsette Lucy Winston

Mildred Wise Dorothy Womble

I.ouvente Womble

Bennett W'linlw.il il

Charlotte Wooten

Louise Wooten

Vivian Yelverton Ruth Zaborowski Evelyn Zimmerman

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WOMAN'S

Estelle Davis Vice-President

Dorothy Shearin Treasurer

Bessie Faye Hunt Secretary

The Women's Student Gov- ernment Association at East Carolina Teachers' College unites the women students as no other organization does. Through unity it endeavors to help each student adjust herself to the responsibilities of good citizenship. Student govern- ment functions specifically through a council elected by the student body and by the classes.

Harriet Marshburn, President






ITUDENT GOVERNMENT

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Dorothy Dalrymple, Doris Hockaday, Margaret Russell, Nell McCullen, Margie Davis, Grace Ross, Verna Bradley, Frances Boyd, Evelyn Satterfield, Sarah Staunton, Frances Suther- land, Helen Peacock, Dorothy Pearsall, Jane Currin, Dorothy Ballantine, Mary Harvey Ruffin.






MENS STUDENT

President Walter Tucker

Vice-President Jesse Gray

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Z.W. Frazelle

The Men's Student Government has com- pleted a successful year. The Council room secured last Spring, has been furnished and provides an excellent meeting place. A parlor and a reading room have been furnished in the dormitory, largely through the efforts of our dormitory manager, Clifton Britton. The coun- cil enjoyed working together and served to the best of its ability.






GOVERNMENT

^Jke Council Thomas Cox, Russell Beddard, Evan Griffin, Metsel Simmons, Bill Lucas, Osbourne Lewis.






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YDUNG MEN'S

This year has been a very successful year for the Y.M.C.A. We sent delegates to the Blue Ridge Conference, to Camp Havnes, and to the North Carolina Interracial Con- ference at North Carolina College for Negroes. At the beginning of the school

year our cabinet held a retreat at Bayview to plan the year's activities. We produced, with the Y.W.C.A. the annual Easter Pag- eant. We have regular socials for the boys in order to bring them into a more unified group.

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CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

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J. C. Shepherd, Osbourne Lewis, Vernon Kuetemeyer, Billy Greene, Ben Miller.

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Virginia Whitley President

Bessie Faye Hunt Treasure r

Charlotte Shearin Vice-President

Dorothy Sasser Secretary

FRHSHMAN "Y" OFFICERS

Lillian Hines. Clarine Johnson. Ruth Farrior

Instead of a Junior "V" Cabinet as in previous years, the Fresh- men had their own Y.W.C.A.






lN'S christian association

iW.C.J. Caknd

Miriam Sexton, Edna Mitchell, Grace Ross, Mildred Beverly, Frances Sutherland, Dorothy Dalrymple, Charlotte Shearin, Rachel Farrior, Carol Leigh Humpheries, Virginia Whitley, Miss Lois Grigsby, Helen Flynn, Harriet Marshburn, Bessie Faye Hunt, Ora Crisp, Miss Louise Williams.






CDLLEGE ORCHESTRA

For the past few years the college orchestra has served as a successful medium of instruction and enjoyment for both students and faculty members. Despite the recent loss of many members to the defense program, the or- chestra is making rapid progress under the capable direc- tion of Mr. A. L. Dittmer, head of die music department. This spring Mr. Dittmer presented the orchestra in a recital of several attractive compositions. He states that the increasing number of violin students points toward an even brighter future for the orchestra.






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SIGMA PHI ALPHA

Cleo Burney. President

Organized in 1924 under the Greek letter "Phi Sigma", the French Club of our college became, in 1939, the Phi Sigma chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha, a national honorary fraternity for students of foreign languages. The aims of the club are to further interest in the French language and promote a spirit of friendship and scholastic attainment among its members.

With the help of its members, advisers, Mr. R. C. Deal and Miss Marguerite Austin, the club, under the leader- ship of Miss Cleo Burney, its president, sponsored a Christmas program, formulated plans for a dance winter quarter, and promoted the sale of defense bonds.

The club sent delegates to the National Convention, which was held at State College, Raleigh, North Carolina, in (he spring.






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THE JARVIS DEBATING CLUB

The Jarvis Forensic Club, organized in 1938 under the name of the Jarvis Debating Club, has worked to interest the students of E.C.T.C. in debating and other phases of public speaking.

In its meetings held every two weeks much good has been accomplished. The programs were varied, including almost any- thing that required its members to get on their feet and talk.

Ever since its formation, the ultimate good of the club has been to debate against students of other colleges. During the past year this ambition was realized in part when teams were selected and debates exchanged with Campbell College. For the future the club will be working toward more activity of this kind.

Whatever success the organization has had must be credited to the faithful cooperation of its members and to its adviser, Dr. M. N. Posey, who was a never-failing source of courage and in- spiration in the face of discouragement.

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Mildred Beverly, Pr,






ENGLISH CLUB

Edna Mitchell. Pr c ,,J,>/i

The purpose of the English club, with Dr. Lucille Turner as its adviser, is to foster literary interest in English majors, to acquaint them with the best books and magazines, and to inform them of outstanding developments in the field of creative writing.

At the beginning of the year a program committee planned a series of teacher-student programs, the theme of the teachers' discussion being "Famous American Periodicals Important to English Majors", and that of the students, "The American Way of Living". Besides programs of an intellectual nature, there have been those devoted to recreation. These programs have been sources of instruction and pleasure to the club members.

As a suitable atmosphere for its meetings the club uses the English Laboratory which has been well-equipped to assist stu- dents in their study of English. There is a worth while collection of books and magazines dealing with English subjects, pictures, clipping, a duplicator, a projector and a recording machine. Eng- lish students are welcomed to use this room for reading and studying.






THE ALUMNI DAUGHTERS AND SONS DFE.C.T.C.

The A. D. and S. Club is made up of students belong- ing to the second generation of the Alumni. The organi- zation is bound together by a feeling of loyalty that was begun by our mothers or fathers, who attended this school even before it was a college, while it was still a two-year normal school, East Carolina Teachers Training School. Through this club the students of the alumni strive to preserve the memories of the past. The members are in a sense now reliving their mothers' college days, because now as then, there is a world war in progress, and again the students are called upon to do their part.

Miss Mamie Jenkins, a charter member of the faculty, is the faculty adviser of the club.

Arlene Mfrcfk. Pc. tide






MATH CLUB

The Mathematics majors and the faculty members of the department organized the Mathematics Club fifteen years ago. Club membership is open to every major in this field. The aim and practice of this club is to learn to appreciate more the wonders and greatness of mathe- matics and how it has come to be what it is today, as well as to explore the recreational side of life in the field of mathematics. Showing the student the relation between mathematics and his life as a whole is an objective of the club.

In the programs we have attempted to acquaint our- selves with the lives and accomplishments of those who are outstanding in the past and present history of mathe- matics.






SCIENCE CLUB

The Science Club was organized in the fall of 1931 with a membership of 25 - there are now 65 members. Through the years the club has made much progress and this year has been no exception. The first meeting which was a social united the members for an active and success- ful year together. Striving to reach our aim for the year "Better Science Club Programs" we have had participation of students, faculty, and outsiders on the programs. There were also interesting movies and demonstrations. The annual club trip will be an outstanding feature of Spring Quarter. The club is a member of the Student Science Clubs of America.






THE ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

The Student Branch of the Association for Childhood Education 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 edu- cation of young children; to bring into active cooperation all childhood education interest, including parent educa- tion; to promote the progressive type of education in nursery school, kindergarten and primary grades, and to raise the standard of the profess onal training for teachers and leaders in this field."

Annif Lai'ha W'ii KntsoN






THE COMMERCE CLUB

The purpose of the Commerce Club this year, as here- tofore, has been to better acquaint the students of the Commerce 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 De- partment as a whole.

The monthly programs of the club consist of recrea- tional programs, and programs that are informative and helpful to students in their work after graduation.

Merle Slater. Prt udeni






ZETA DELTA CHAPTER DF ALPHA IDTA

Tommie Lou Corbitt. President

Zeta Delta is a chapter of Alpha Iota, an International Hon- orary Business Sorority with chapters in most of the leading col- leges and universities in the United States and Canada where Business Education is taught. Requirements for election to this Honorary Sorority are superior scholarship in commerce leader- ship, personality, and character.

Zeta Delta, the first Sorority to be established on our campus, was organized on March 39, 1940, with twenty-four charter members.

In its third year, under the capable leadership and guidance of Miss Velma Lowe, Sponsor and a charter member, and Miss Audrey Dempsey, Assistant Sponsor, the Sorority selected nine- teen girls for membership. After several weeks of pledging and initiating, they were awarded national membership and the secrets of the Sorority were revealed to them at a formal candle lighting ceremony followed by a tea given in their honor.

During the year, the Sorority has had several speakers at their monthly meetings who were well qualified to speak on topics pertaining to Business Education.






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Second Row: W. B. Harris, Tom Cox. Jesse Gray. Clarence Vincent. Merle Slater. Russell Rogerson.

Third Row: Walter Tucker. Dr. Rebarker. Dr. Frank, Dr. Flanagan.

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John Carson President

Robert Hol lar Vice-President

Evan Griffin Secretary

Russfi L Beddard Treasurer

Walter Tucker SergeMit-M-Armi






FUTURE TEACHERS DF AMERICA

-HARI.OTTE Shearin. President

The Future Teachers Chapter of the Future Teachers of America under the guidance of the sponsor, Miss Emma L. Hooper, are happy to say that we had a place on the Victory Honor Roll for the year 1941-42. Through the varied and interesting programs and the two professional magazines received by each member, we had an insight into the teaching profession.

Among the things we have done are send Christmas cards to the people in the County Home, sew for the Red Cross, write other chapters, and give for the Defense Bond.






CDLLEGE CHOIR

The College Choir was organized to provide oppor- tunity for students to sing and to love some of the beauti- ful mixed chorus music. Its repertoire has included some of the old polyphonic music of the Sixteenth Century, some modern choral arrangements, and various types be- tween 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.

Donald Pfrry. Pn <i,Unt






WOMAN'S GLEE CLUB

The Woman's Chorus has given one radio program and a Christmas program jointly with the mixed chorus. The Woman's Chorus will furnish the music for the Easter Pageant and will also give a program in the spring.

In May the Woman's Chorus will sing on a program in which all music clubs will participate.

Miss Gussie Kuvkendall, Di,






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.

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HOME ECONOMICS CCUB

Believing strongly in the supreme worth of the in- dividual, our club proposes to develop personality, leader- ship, initiative, and poise. Attempting to do this, it is our hope that we may simply "serve our community, our schools, and our families." The club was represented at the North Carolina Association of student Home Eco- nomics Clubs at Salem College in Winston-Salem, N. C.

Louise Taylor. PnuJt/






VICTORY OVER DEATH"

Each year at Easter time, this pageant is produced by the Y.W.C.A. and the Y.M.C.A. The cast included fac- ulty as well as students.






CDLLEGE BAND

The Marching Band this year was very active during the football season, performing at all the home football games. The Concert Band, although losing many of its members to the Army, had a successful year, climaxed by a Commencement concert on the East Campus lawn.

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Ophelia Hooks President

Clifton Britton Director

Fenly Spear Technical Directc

Dave Owens Stage Manager

CHI PI PLAYERS

The Chi Pi Players, guided by their director have attempted to present to their audiences a varied program in drama types. Having success fully presented melodrama, mystery-drama, juve nile comedy, and classic drama, the Chi Pi Players in the spring assist the Y.W.C.A. and Y.M.C.A in a religious pageant, Victory Over Death as a tribute to the Easter season, and they will assist the Senior class in producing its play. Vivacious Lady,

a modern comedy. And to further vary their dramatic experiences, the Players entered the Dra- matic Festival with a hilarious mountain play, Rainbows in Heaven. The Chi Pi Players have acquired, during the year, considerable new equip- ment for the stage, and furnishings for the Green Room, as well as costumes, properties, and other accessories.

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YOUNG DEMOCRAT CLUB

Striving to foster interest in the political affairs of both our State and Nation, the Young Democratic Club has tried to encourage a wholehearted participation in all events which have occurred within its interest.

At the Fifth Annual Student Legislature, a large number of student delegates, were instrumental in passing a resolution for an Increment In Teachers Salaries. The bill was adopted without opposition from either Body of the legislature.

Two of our members received positions in the House of Repre- sentatives. They were Rosalie Brown and Marjorie Davis who gained offices as timekeeper and clerk, respectively.

The Y.D.C. dance, now an annual affair, was sponsored by the club during the fall quarter and proved a great success.

Ruby Grant represented the club at the conference on "Youth's Stake in War Aims and Peace Plans" held at the University of North Carolina, and made possible by the Carolina Political Union and Inter- national Student Service.

Tom Cox. Pre\iJnit






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PIECES D' EIGHT

This school year has been characterized by hard work and honest effort on the part of the staff to make the Pieces O' Eight a read- able and enjoyable magazine, one of which

students and faculty alike could be proud. The policy of the staff has been to veer away from cheap humor and to publish only the best our writers have had to offer. One

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marked improvement has been seen in the quality and quantity of the short stories. There have been a few really outstanding stories, of which the staff is justly proud. It is the hope of the out- going staff that this policy of "Ever onward, ever upward" will soon take its rightful place in the interest, loyalty, and pride of every student and faculty member here.






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S. Killebrew. And without ad- vice from Dr. Slay and Mr. Browning, faculty members of the staff, we couldn't have com- pleted our work.

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The Teco Echo achieved two distinct purposes - pro- ducing a newspaper and serving as a laboratory 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 en- vironment, have endeavored to perpetuate practices that tend to elevate the American way of life. If we have been successful to that end, then our efforts have not been in vain.

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THE VARSITY CLUB

The Varsity Club draws its members from letter- men in the various sports on the campus ; football, basketball, baseball, and tennis. Charles Futrell has served as President of the club this year. The club sponsored a square dance in February at which

time Savonne Matthews was chosen Varsity Club Sweetheart. She was presented an honorary mem- bership certificate, and ruled over all Varsity Club activities of the year.

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Presenting ECTC's First Undefeated, Untied Football Team in the History of the School . . .

Captain Jimmy Gianakos

In two years Coach John B. Christenbury de- veloped one of the strongest small college elevens in the nation. The 1941 edition of the Pirates became one of the thirteen undefeated untied grid teams by bowling over seven strong opponents.

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Coach John Christenbury's 1941 grid team mowed down all opposition and ended the season as the greatest football combination ever to rep- resent the purple and gold. Starting the season with veterans at every position, the Pirates dis- played a devastating offensive led by a high-scoring backfield. Backfield stars were Schuerholz, Woody, Waddell, Teague, Zuras, Miller, and Marriot.

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Gianakos and Roberson. Most consistent in the forewall were Jerome Butler, tackle, and Stuart Tripp, center, and these two boys played brilliantly day after day to lead the Pirates on.

ECTC-31 TUSCULUM CDLLEGE-D

The season opener played here before a large crowd on September 27, found the Pirates getting off to a flying start by whipping Tusculum Col- lege of Greeneville, Tenn., 31 to 0. The boys seemed in mid-season form as they scored before the game was five minutes old. Two straight passes to Charlie Craven and Billy Greene put the ball on the two yard line and moments later Bob Young pulled another one of Marshall Teague's passes deep in the end zone for the initial tally. Two more touchdowns were made before the half ended. Elusive Don Marriot streaked his way 30 yards to the two yard line and then plunged over on the next play. The other scores came when Bob Young raced 40 yards on a reverse and hit pay dirt standing up, and Stuart Tripp intercepted a pass in the final quarter, scoring after a 24 yard jaunt. ECTC scored 10 first downs to 7 for the Tennessee Pioneers. Six of the visitors firsts came via the air route as they completed 10 of 24 aerials.






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ends, Craven and Greene teamed up to work the ball down to the seven yard line. In an attempt to kick out, a Cullowhee punt was blocked by Greene and covered in the end zone by Craven for the first score. The score was knotted a few minutes later when Al Shuford of West Carolina flipped one down the middle to Captain Bill Smith for 19 yards and a touchdown. After Stuart Tripp re- covered a Cullowhee fumble on the WCTC 44, Schuerholz and Marriot carried the ball to the 28 on straight drives. From there ECTC scored again on a beautiful pass heaved by Nick Zuras to Dan

ECTC-33 PORTSMOUTH NAVAL APPRENTICES-D

The plucky Apprentices were simply no match for the hard hitting Pirates who brushed them aside with a blazing land and air attack to rack up their second victory 39-0. Coach John's host of scat backs sifted through the sailor defenses at a breakneck pace and scored from all angles. The Pirate scoring was led by veteran, Yank Schuer- holz who smashed the Naval line to a pulp as he contributed three tallies. Sparking the Buc of- fense was Don Marriot, Dan Waddell, Nick Zuras, Marshall Teague, Bob Miller, and Adrian Brown. The defense was featured by the outstanding play of Jerome Butler, hefty tackle, who was a damper on the Apprentice hopes all afternoon. Time after time he sifted through the opposing line to stop plays before they were formulated. A 17 yard aerial from Teague to Charlie Craven set up the first score as Schuerholz dashed over from the two. From then on the parade was on and the fleet Pirate backs displayed some sparkling running. Tripp, Gianakos, Lucas, Rogerson, Craven and Billy Greene were outstanding in keeping the sailors well within the thirty yard line.

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Waddell. The final score came in the final few seconds of the game. Gianakos intercepted a pass by Smith and with Jack Young leading the way ran 59 yards to the 19. Don Marriot then plunged and twisted through the right side of the line to score standing up. Marriot also converted the extra point to make the score 19-6 as the whistle blew.

The renewal of a great rivalry found the ECTC Pirates putting up a gallant and determined fight to smash the West Carolina Catamounts 19-6 for their third straight victory. The win brought sweet revenge for last year's bitter defeat at Cullowhee where every imaginable tactic except throwing the water bucket was used against the Pirates. The first half was hard fought but scoreless. Soon after the kickoff opening the second half the Pirate

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1. Jack Young, Tackle

2. Russell Rogerson. Tackle

3. James Little. Tacklt

4. Stuart Tripp. Center

5. Everette Hudson. Cente

6. Nick Zuras. Back

7. Wilson Schuerholz. Ba S. Bob Young. Back

9. Dan Waddell. Back

10. Bob Miller. Back

1 1. Adrian Brown. Back

KCTC-3U NAVAL HOSPITAL-U

The Pirates who seemed to gain more momentum every Saturday didn t waste any time with its next rival and slaughtered the Naval Hospital Sailors 30-0. Coach John's fleet backs really turned it on and were shaken loose on several nice jaunts. The scoring was opened in the second period when 'Yank" Schuer- holz broke through the middle of the sailor line for 33 yards down to the one. On the next play Schuerholz plunged over for the score. Nick Zuras made the next two tallies. One was made late in the same period in an off tackle smash and Zuras rolled around end for the remaining points. The Pirate ends scored the last two touchdowns. Craven hit pay dirt on an 8 yard end-around and Greene tallied in the closing moments by intercepting a pass and scampering 50 yards for six points.

ECTC-17 ERSKINE-7

The next Saturday found the Bucs invading the S.I. A. A. conference and coming off with a last minute victory in downing Erskine's Seceders 14-7. The game was played at Due West, S. C, and the boys spoiled the "Jakie Todd Day" celebration in honor of the Seceders departing coach with but seconds to go and the score deadlocked 7-7. Marshall Teague faded back on a fake line back to Schuerholz and tossed a touchdown pass to Billy Greene on a play that started from the Erskine 12. The Pirates had reached the 22 on a punt exchange and Schuerholz rammed the line twice to pick up 10 yards and set up the winning play. From the start the Seceders held the upper hand. After driving to the 21, Hudson took off on a reverse, barely eluded Rogerson's finger-tips, and reversed his field twice to score standing up. The Teachers came back in the third period when Teague passed to Greene who lateraled to Adrian Brown for a touchdown. In this game, the Pirates lost the services of Russell Rogerson, who had been playing a magnificent game at tackle. Russ suffered a dislocated shoulder shortly before the half.

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17. Bill Grant. End

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19. Wiley Brown. Guard

20. Howard Roberson.

21. Jerome Butler. Tackle

22. Charles Craven. End

23. Bill Lucas. Guard

ECTC-13 BERGEN CDLLEGE-7

Playing before 9,000 wildly cheering fans, Coach John's boys put in a thrill- ing exhibition to lick the undefeated Bergen College team at Teaneck, N. J., 13-7. This was the first defeat for Bergen in three years but they engaged the South- erners in one of the most exciting games ever seen in the Hackensack field. After taking the lead by 13-7, the Pirates had to hold the Bergen team for three downs on the one yard line with 37 seconds left to play in the game. The scoring began in the opening minutes when a Bergen back raced 67 yards to score. On the next kick-off, speedy Don Marriot took the ball on the goal line and behind beautiful blocking, twisted and crashed 94 yards to the 6. On the next play Nick Zuras passed to Greene for the score. Jerome Butler broke through in the fourth quarter to block a punt on the 20 and Floyd Woody covered it on the one. The Bucs ol' reliable, Schuerholz bucked across for the winning tally. The entire ECTC team played perfect football and had ample opportunity to prove their greatness. Pacing the attack were Marriot, Tripp, Greene, Bob Miller, Butler, and Schuerholz.

ECTC-13 BELMDNT ABBEY-D

The Pirates wound up the season at Gastonia, N. C, November 15, and by defeating the Belmont Abbey Crusaders 13-0, became the first undefeated grid team in the history of the school. It was the first defeat on the home field in five years for the Crusaders. After a 65 yard advance early in the first period, Schuerholz bucked over from the one yard strip. The game was put on ice in the final stanza when Bull Roberson covered Sylvester's fumble on the Belmont 35 to set up the other score. Schuerholz, on the first play, gained 15 yards on an off tackle sprint and Marshall Teague tossed to Fred Cooper in the end zone for the tally. Outstanding for the teachers was the punting of Nick Zuras. He con- sistently got off long boots to keep Belmont in the hole. Ending up his career in brilliant style was Bull Roberson, huge tackle, who turned in an excellent offen- sive and defensive performance. Also starring in the line were Billy Greene, Stuart Tripp, Wiley Brown, and Jerome Butler. In the backfield, Zuras, Teague, Schuerholz, Miller, and Dan Waddell played good ball.






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E.C.T.C. 26 Naval Training Station 65

E.C.T.C. 58 William & Mary (N.D.) 35

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E.C.T.C. 25 Belmont Abbey 24

E.C.T.C. 26 Co. A 649th Engineers 26

E.C.T.C. 31 U. S. Marines 16

E.C.T.C. 37 Edwards Military Institute 25

E.C.T.C. 45 Norfolk Naval Hospital 32

E.C.T.C. 56 U. William & Mary (N.D.) 29

E.C.T.C. 24 Westinghouse Apprentice 54

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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

First Row: Dorothy Dalrymple. President; Nell McCullen, Secretary.

Second Ron: Loitse Lindsay, Ruth Hall. Treasurer.






Under the guidance of Miss Dorothy Parks, Instructor of Physical Education, the W.A.A. has sponsored many events on the campus.

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W.A.A. CABINET MEMBERS Hazel Raper. Caroline Harper, Savonne Matthews. Dot Shearin, Billie Potter. Lucy Winstead, Esther Parker. Elizabeth Noe, Frances Leggett. Delia Strickland, Adminta Eure. Sue Parker, Audrey Stanly, Pearl House.






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TENNIS

Tennis is officially a major spring sport, vet it continues for almost the entire school year. The season is climaxed by the partici- pation of girls playing an elimination tourna-

ment. These tournaments challenge the ability of as many girls as wish to come out. Pictured are the top ranking players who make up the tennis varsity.






SDFTBALL

In the spring at college as well as in the cities our minds turn to Softball. More en- thusiasm 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.

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First Row: Savonne Matthews, Dot Shearin, Margaret Wood, Zulu Newman.

Second Row.- Pearl House, Eunice Herring, Annie Britton Bartholomew, Louise Lindsay, Esther Parker.






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Savonne Matthews. Ruth Hall, Eunice Herring, Margaret Wood, Pfari. House. Louise Lindsay.

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COBURN'S SHOES, INC.

"Your Shoe Store"

410 Evans Street Greenville, N. C.

Compliments of

BILBRO WHOLESALE

Greenville, N. C.

Compliments of

SUNSHINE CLEANERS

J. C. Youngblood, Prop. Greenville, N. C.






C. H. EDWARDS HARDWARE HOUSE

"SPORTSMAN'S HEADQUARTERS" Dickinson Avenue at Ninth Street

SELL YOUR TOBACCO IN

GREENVILLE, N. C.

HARRIS AND ROGERS

WAREHOUSE

Compliments of

GREENVILLE WHOLESALE CANDY COMPANY

Greenville, N.C.






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:

I. Primary grades d 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






DUNBAR STUDIO

^jrine J-^ortraiti

22BH N. Tryon Street Charlotte, N. C.

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS

FOR

The 1942 TECOAN






CHARLOWE ENGRAVING CO.

/Charlotte, North Carolina






School Publications

The many high awards won each year by school publications produced by us is the result of many years' specialization based on a compre- hensive knowledge of art motifs, design, layout and publication trends.

A modern printing plant, operated by highly efficient craftsmen in every department, pro- vides c quality and distinctiveness that is un- surpassed.

The LASSITER PRESS, Inc.

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA

PRINTERS OF THE 1942 TECOAN
















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