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The Tecoan 1943

Date: 1943 | Identifier: 50-01-1943
1943 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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With the full consciousness of the seriousness of the present world situation, we have tried to make this annual a record of the best in this col- lege year. We have not attempted to carry out any consistent theme in this yearbook, but have indi- cated each division of it by an appropriate symbol

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The whole has been unified somewhat, however, by the fact that an undercurrent of patriotic senti- ment runs throughout. We have had to conserve material and space this year, but we sincerely hope that this annual may be successful in its aim, which IS, after all, only to serve in future years as a means of transportation back to the vanished days of hap- piness we knew in 1943.

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Dedication

The 19-43 Tecoan is dedicated to Dr. Howard J. McGinnis, one of the most beloved men on our campus. Both as an ad- ministrator and as a teacher he has proven himself a true friend, giving freely of his time and energy to the solution of our many problems. His guidance, enthusiasm, and untiring efforts have been a real inspiration to us to set our ideals high, and his practical outlook has helped us make decisions which, we believe, will prove of great value throughout our lives. So it is with joy and pleasure and grateful hearts that we pay this tribute to him - our devoted teacher, administrator, and friend.

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THIS PAGE is humbly d^<red to our East Carolina Teacher^ol- lege boys who lost rheir live? action for their country.

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Dear Class of 1943

For the past four years you have conquered the ditticulties of college life as you have met them day by day. We trust you have gained strength for the tasks that are ahead. Your job is to re- build a world that is tottering on the verge of ruin ; a world where nation is set against nation; race against race, and slavery against freedom. In your eflforts to meet the responsibility that has been placed upon you may I urge you to eliminate hate and in its place substitute love for humanity; be tolerant toward all; look for the best in life and you will find it; learn to evaluate properly time, things, ideas, and people; carry your share of the community load - more than your share if necessary; exercise initiative; preser\'e a fine sense of humor; render the best service you can to others. Your Alma Mater follows you with her prayers. Sincerely yours.

LixjN R. Meadows, President.






RDmmisTRRTion

The message I wish to give you has been well expressed b)' Patience Strong when she says:

"One life and one alone we have to live upon this little earth. One life in which to learn so much - to seek and find and prose our worth. So waste no time on fruitless quests that get you nowhere in the end. The gold of Time is yours to squander or with care to use and spend.

Annie L. Morton

The national emblem of democracy and freedom so gloriously uplifted by our sons throughout the world today is the sole ray of hope in an almost hope- less, subjugated, and oppressed world. Let us as teachers of youth perpetuate the spirit and the reality of democracy, not through words alone, but by democratic living, democratic thinking, and democratic practices in teaching.

Herbert ReBarker






Rdministration

Miss Ola Ross

AsiisLint Reghlrjr

Dr. Leon Meadows

Preudeiil

Dr. Hovi'ARn J. McGinnis

Remsln.r

Mrs. Agnes Barrett

SccrLl.ir^ /'/ ihc Prestdem

Miss Hazil Willis

Miss Ellen Bowen

Hejd oj PLiciment Bureji.

Mrs. Mildred Owens

E.C.T.C. FACULTY... 1943

Education and Psychology

Miss Lucille Charlton

Edm-Mw,,

Dr. E. L. Henderson

Director of Inslrtiction. Education and Piycholog^y

Miss Annie C. Newell

EdiuMion

Dr. H. C. Havnes

EdiicMion Mid Pncholan)

Dr. Carl L. Adams

Director of InUrttction. Education and Psychology






Dining Hall Staff

Mrs. Rose Harrell

A!<i,/.,,t SleujyJea

Mrs. L. R. Rives

Miss Virginia Weldon

Commerce Department

Miss Lena C. Ellis

Dr. E. R. Browning

Hejil of DepMtment

Miss Audrey Dempsev Miss Velma Lowe






English and

Foreign Language

Fml Row:

Miss Mamie Jenkins

Miss Marguerite Austin

Dr. Lucille Turner

Miss Emma L, Hooper

Siiond Row:

Miss Marv Greene Miss Lois Grigsby Mr. R. C. Deal

Third Row:

Dr. Denver Baughan Dr. M. N. Posey

E.C.T.C. FRCULTY...1943

Geography

Dr. \V. a. Brow I

Mr. Parnelle Picklesimi-.r

Mr. ]. B. Cummings






Science Department

Dr. B. B. Brandt

Dr. DeLoach

Miss Christine Wilton

Dr. R. J. Slay

Direclor of hi

Miss Mary Caughey

Home

Economics

Department

Miss Sara Cox

Miss Mabel Lacy

Miss Ethel Watters

Mrs. Adelaide Bloxton

Miss Katherine Holtzclaw

Miss Margaret Sellman

Miss Pearl Chapman






History and Social Science

Miss Laura Rose

History

Miss Sallie Joyner Davis

Hurory

Mrs. Blaine

Socul Science

Dr. E. C. Hollar

Hniory

Dr. Beecher Flanagan

Economics

Dr. a. D. Frank

Director of Instruction, History

Dr. R. L. Hilldrup

History

E.C.T.C. FRCULTY...1943 i

nriathematics Department

Miss Louise Williams

Miss Marie Graham

Miss Caldwell

Dr. Herbert ReBarker

Director of Instruction, Mathematics






Miss Sue Norwood

Miss Ruth White

Miss Annie L. Morton

Dejii of \rome>!

Mrs. Elizabeth Smith

AsiiiLmt DeMi of Women






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Seniors

Warren Aldridge Vanceboro, N. C.

Science and Social Science

Louisburg. .1. 2: State, 3: Wake Forest. 4: Var- sity Baseball. 4; Intramural Football. 4; Varsity Club. 4; Young Democrat Club. 4; Y.M.C.A . 4; English Club. 4.

Jeanette Amick Mebane, N. C. Primary Louisburg. 1.

Mary Arrington

Beaufort. N. C. Primary

Frances Averette

Wake Forest, N. C. Grammar

Louise Averette Oxford, N. c.

Commerce and Social Sci Louisburg

r.c.A.. 2. 3 3. 4; Social Comn Daughters and Sons. 2. 3. 4 3; Senior Superlative. 4.

Dora Belle Avery

Clayton, N. C. Primary

i: Young Democrat tee. 2. 3; Alumni Commerce Club. 2.

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Seniors

Mildred Lee Aycock

Black Creek, N. C. Grammar

Democrat Club. 2 a. 3: Association

5ERNICE BaLLANCE

Lake Landing, N. C.

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1; Poe Society. Future Teachers

4: Commerce

Jennings Ballard Alexis. N. C.

Brevard College. 1. 2: Y.I

3; Men's Student Governmi

Club, 3. 4. Vice-President.

elate Editor Teco Echo. 4: Young Democrat

3. 4; Delegate to Student Legislature, 3. 4.

Eloise Barefoot

Benson, N. C.

Grammar

Campbell CoUege. 1. 2; L

4; Young Democrat Club. 3. 4; Council. 3. 4: B.S.U. Trio. 3. Director.

Y.W.A. Music

JoNNiE Jave Barnes

Black Creek, N. C.

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CoUege 4-H Club.

Nellie Reese Barnes

Clayton, N. C. Primar y

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Seniors

Beatrice Barnette Buxton, N. C.

French .md EKglii

Catherine Barnhill

Greenville, N. C.

Carol Mae Bartling

New Bern, N. C. Primary

Mavdell Batchelor

Jnnesboru, N. C.

Campbell Coll 4; Big Sister.

EsTELLE Batten

Selma, N. C.

Y.W C

Education. 4.

Jane Beachum

Star, N. C.

Physical Education and Hiilory

Appalachian State Teachers College. 1. 2; W.A.A.. 3. 4; Lanier Society, 3. 4: Young Democrat Club. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A.. 4; International Relation Club. 4; MSA.. 3. 4; Varsity Basketball and Softball.

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Seniors

Alma Louise Bennett Raleigh, N. C.

Young Democrat Club. 1. 2.

Mildred Bhverlv

Ahuskie, N. C.

English and Science

College Orchestra, 1, 2; Young Democrat Clu 2. 3. 4; W.A.A.. 1, 2, 3: Teco Echo Represent tive, 3. 4: Jarvis Forensic Club. 1. 2. 3. 4. Pr gram Chairman. 2. 4. President. 4: Science Club, 1. 2. 3; English Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; TECOAN Repre sentative. 3. President, 4; Y.W.C.A.. 3, 4: Peaturi Editor Pieces of Eight. 3; Who's Whc Colleges and Universities.

Ruth Bizzell

Newton Grove, N. C.

Home Economics jnd Scie

Secretary. 2. 3.A.. 1. 2. 3. ini Daughters

Marv Alice Blackham

Wilmington, N. C. Engliih and French Sigma Phi

Teco Echo. 4.

Vennie Blackmon Four Oaks, N. C.

Home Economics and So

Dorothy Boney

Wallace, N. C.

Primary

W.C.U.N.C. 1; Cornelian Society. 1: Young Dem- ocrat Club. 2. 3; W.A.A.. 2. 3: Poe Society. 2; Association of Childhood Education, 3. 4; Big

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Seniors

Margaret Boone

Rich Square, N. C.

3. 4: Young Democrat

Louisburg. 1; Y.\

Club. 2, 3: Association of Childhood Education,

3: Publicity Chairman, 4: Methodist Executive

Lydia Mae Booth Spring Hope, N. C. Home Economics

Dorothy Boswell

Wilson. N. C.

Louise Brett Oimo, N. C.

Cnimmar Grade

W A,A., 1. 2, 3. Y.W-C-A., 3.

Margaret Broughton

Hertford, N. C.

Commerce and English

Rachel Brown

Bethel, N. C.

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Seniors

Margaret Bvrum

Edenton, N. C.

2; Lanier Society, 3.

Fayetteville, N. C.

Dorothy Caine ^L.^^^^^E^^Bi

Emerson Society. 1. 2, 3. 4; W.A.A.. 1. 2. 3; Y. ^^B ^ W

W.C.A., 2. 3. 4; Young Democrat Club. 2. 3. 4. ^B

Ella Carawan i- " I ^^'^' -,,-

Swan Quarter, N. C. W /^

Home Economics md Social Science Mi hL ^' / I

Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3, 4. Secretary. 3: Kji ^^^ ' ' / ''

Lanier Society. 3. 4; W.A.A.. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science ^mm ^9L / t' /

Club. 2. 3, 4; Big Sister, 3. W M M J * J

Zalia D. Carowan

Pantego, N. C.

Pr,nu,ry ^^

Junior Y Cabinet. 1: Y.W.C.A,. 1. 2. 3. 4: Senior

Y Cabinet, 4; Lanier Society, 3. 4; Marshal. 4; ^^h y

Association of Childhood Education. 2, 3. 4; Pub- ^^H

lication Representative. 4; Women's Student Gov- ^^^^ "XT ernment Association. 4: Delegate to Blue Ridge. 3.

Margaret Cash

Wendell. N. C. Grammar

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Seniors

Sara Cavanaugh

Jacksonville, N. C.

Y.W-C.A.. 1. 2, 3: W.A.A.. 3. 4; Proctor. 3: Var sity Soccer. 3: Association of Childhood Educa

Margaret Cline

Shelby, N. C.

Home Economics cuid Social Scienc,

Emily Ann Collins

Nashville, N. C.

Primary and Miu/c

EVELIN CONVERS

Franklinton, N. C. Grammar Choir. 1; Young Democrat Club. 2. 3; Y.W.C.y

Meljones Cooper

Warsaw, N. C.

Willie Copeland

Ahoskie, N. C. Grammar

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Seniors

Blanche Crisp Oak City, N. C.

Home Economui and Science Home Economics Club. 4: Emerson Society 3 4 Houie President. Summer, 3: Emerson Marshal. 4; Louisburg College, 1. 2.

Miriam Critcher

Oxford, N. C.

Margaret Crocker

Grover, N. C.

Home Economics and Set

Clellie Mae Croom

Voungsville, N. C.

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

Ethel Croom

Ayden, N. C. Grammar Mars Hill College. I; Association of Chil

Oxford, N. C.

2. President. Summer. 3. Social Committee. 2. 3. Chairman ot Social Committee. 4; Class Repre- sentative to TECOAN. 4: Whos Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.

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Seniors

Beatrice Helms Daniels

Monroe, N. C.

Crammar

Y.W.C.A., 1. 2. 3; Poe Society. 1. 2: Young Dem- ocrat Club, 2, 3: Association of Childhood Educa- tion. 3. 4; Future Teachers of America. 3.

Nancy Darden

Hertford, N. C.

Emerson Society.

2. 3: Marshal. 2: Interna-

W.C.A., 1, 2, 3. 4: Futui 2, 3: Association of ' " " Young Democrat Club,

Estelle Davis

Seaboard, N. C. Grammar

Teachers of . Education.

. Secretary. 2; TECOAN Staff. 2; President Lanier Society. 2: Vice-Pres- ident Women's Student Government Association. 3, President. 4; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. 4: W.A.A.. 1: Young Democrat Club. 1. 2; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities.

Marjorie Graham Davis

Wilmington. N. C. Prtmjry

Vice-President : Echo. 2. Associ Democrat Club, Student Legislat

Elizabeth Dawson

Kinston, N. C.

Primary

Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4: Lanier Society. 3, Ycung Democrat Club. 2. 3:

Delegate to Associate Editor Pieces Choir. 2: Y.W.CA.. 4:

Annie Laurie Denning

Benson, N. C. Grammar

Poe Society.

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Seniors

Mildred Dewar

Fuquay Springs, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society. 1. 2, 3, 4. Publicity Chairman, I. 2, 3, 4.

Grace Draughon

Dunn, N. C.

Home Economics and Scie Campbell College.

Geneve Drum Newton, N. C.

English and Social Sc

Joyce Dunham

Wilmington, N. C. French and English

L .

,. 3. 4: student-Faculty Relationship Com- ?e, Entertainment Committee. 4; Senior Su- ,tive: Who's Who Among Collies and Universities.

Janie Eakes

Greenville, N. C.

Commerce and Engli.

Plav. 2; Young Democrat Club. 1. 2. 3; English Club. 1. 2; Commerce Club. 1. 2. 3; Delegate Student Legislature. 2; Associate Editor of TE- COAN. 2. Editor-in-Chief. 3; Publication Board, 3. Secretary. 3; Senior Superlative; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni-

DoROTHv Edge

Hope Mills, N. C. Primary Louisburg College.

4; Y.W.C.A.. 3. 4.

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Seniors

LiNA Edwards

Fountain. N. C. Socul Science

Frances Elliott

Oxford, N. C. Grammar

and Home Economics

3; Jarvis Forensic Club.

Virginia English

Willard, N. C.

Home Economics and Sc

Adminta Eure

Eure, N. C. Primary

2, 3. 4; Association of Childhood Education. 1,

2, 3. 4. Executive Board. 3, Social Committee. 4:

Superlative. 4; Class Secretary. 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.

Jane Fisher

Clinton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

W.C.U.N.C, 1. 2; Emerson Society. 3. 4; Home Economics Club, 3, 4.

Leah Elizabeth Fleming

Pikeville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science W.C.U.N.C. 1; Home Economics Club. 2. 3. 4: Science Club. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President. 3; Glee Club. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A.. 2. 3. 4; Baptist Student League.

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Seniors

Martha Rachel Fleming

Grimesland, N. C.

Commerce and English W. C.U.N. C . l: Poe Society. 1: Chi Pi, 1; Young

Mary Long Ford

Franklinton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2, 3, 4. Cabinet, 3. 4: Poe Society, 1, 2, 3. 4; Home Economics Club. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President Class. 3; MSA.. 1. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet, 3: W.A.A.. 1. 4:

mocrat Club. 1. 2: Teco L.,.., ^, . -

Colleges and

Z. W. Frazelle

Richlands, N. C.

Commerce and Mathematics

M.S. A.. 1. 2. 3, Treasurer. 2. 3: Commerce Club, 1. 2, 3, Vice-President, 2, Treasurer, 3; Class Vice-President, 1. 2: M.S.G.A. Secretary-Treas- 2. 3: Young Democrat Club,

Miriam Freeman

Ahiiskie. N. C. Grammar

Mary Becton Gaskins

New Bern. N. C.

Science and Home Economics

RicHAKi) Octavius Gauldin

Warfield. Va.

Science and Physical Education

Brevard Junior College, 1, 2: Baseball, 3, MCA., 4: Varsity Club. 4.

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Seniors

Mae Gilliam

Louisburg, N. C.

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

Agatha Golden

Beaufort, N. C.

Commerce and Social Science

Gwendolyn Goodson

Mebane, N. C.

Primary and Aiusic

Virginia Gray

Rocky Mount, N. C. Primary

Doris Greene

Council, N. C. Grammar

1. 2; Association of Childhood

Education. 3. 4.

Lois Greene

Robersonville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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Sen

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Margaret Greene

Clyde, N. C.

Ent^lnb .ind Si/ci.il Science

William Greene

Crossnore, N. C.

Commerce and Physical Education

Chi Pi Players, 3. 4; Varsity Basketball, Football; Varsity Club. 3. 4. President. 4; Easter Pageant, 3. 4; Brevard College. 1. 2; Senior Superlative.

EuGENu Gregory

Hertford, N. C. Primary

Chowan Junior College, 1. 2; Association of Child- hood Education. 3. 4: B.S.U. Council. 3; Y.w. C.A.. 3, 4; Poe Society, 3.

Evan Griffin

Williamston, N. C.

Hiuor) and Eng!r</}

Men's Student Government Association. 3. 4. President. 4: Phi Sigma Pi Fraternity. 2, 3. 4. Secretary. 3. 4: Chi Pi Players. 3. 4. Assistant Business Manager Pieces of Eight. 3: Teco Echo. 4; International Relations Club, 3, 4; Young Dem- ocrat aub. 2. 3, 4: Y. M. C. A.. 3. 4, Entertain- ment Committee. 4: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.

LuLA Gupton

Louisburg, N. C.

Home Economics and Scienc

Justine Gurley

. Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Campbell College,

Basketball. 3:

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Seniors

Ruth Hall

Woodsdale, N. C.

Physicitl Education and Social Science

Commerce Club, 1; Lanier Society, 2. 3, 4; Y.W.

C.A., 2, 3: B.S.U. Council, 3: W.A.A., 1, 2, "

Varsity Basketball, 1, 2: Varsity Hockey, 2, Varsity Soccer, 2, 3.

Vera Hamilton

Sea Level, N. C,

Grammar and Music Glee Club, 2: Jarvis Forensic Club, 3; Orchestra

Elizabeth Harrell

Powellsville, N. C.

Jean Harris

^'DungsviUe, N. C.

English and History

Y.W.C.A.. 1, 2; Young Democrat Club. 2. 3; Emerson Society, 3, 4; English Club, 2. 3.

Elsie Hatsell

Swansboro, N, C.

Home Economics and Science

3; Young Democrat

Christine Herring

Goldsboro, N, C.

Home Economics and Science

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Eunice Herring

Rose Hiil, N. C.

Commerce and Physical Education

Poe Society. 1: Young Democrat Club, 3. 4: Com- merce Club. 2. 3: W.A.A.. 1, 2. 3, 4: Varsity Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4. Volley Ball. 1. 2, 3. 4. Softball. 2. 3. Hockey. 3, 4. Soccer. 3.

Caroline Hines

Turkey, N. C.

Home Econamict and Science

Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; 4-H Club, 3, 4: Poe Society. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Norma Hodges

Washington, N. C.

Prnnary

Glee Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; Association ol Childhood Education. 2. 3. 4: Young Democrat Club. 2. 3. 4; Alumni Daughters and Sons Club. 3. 4; Sen- ior Superlative. 4.

Kathrine Holder

Windsor, N. C.

Primary

W.C-U.N.C, I; Young Democrat Club. 2. 3. 4; WA.A.. 2; Association of Childhood Education. 2. Lanier Society. 2. 3.

Virginia Holloman

Stantonsburg, N. C.

Englj\h and Social Science Emmanuel College. 1. 2: Y.W.C.A.. 4.

Margie Hollowell

Goldsboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science W.C-U.N.C. 1; Home Economics Club. 2. 3. 4.

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Violet Hopson

Durham, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Lorraine Horne

Burgaw, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club, 1. 2. 3. 4; W.A.A.. 1. 2. 3, 4: Science Club. 2. 3. 4: Poe Society. 1. 2; Proctor. 3; Women's Student Government Association. 4,

Pearl House Hobgood, N. C.

Commerce and Physical Edu

Basketball. Volley Ball, 2. 4. Softball. 3; Senior Superlative, 4.

2. 3. Hockey,

Grace Humbles

Farmville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Young Democrat Club.

3. 4; Proctor,

Bessie Fave Hunt

Wilmington, N, C.

Mathemalics. Commerce and EngliJ,

ulty Relationship Commil

stitution Committee. 4: Zeta Delta Chapter of

Alpha Iota. 3. 4; Senior Superlative; Who's Who

Clonnie Huskins Burnsville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Asheville College. I. 2.- y.W.C.A,. 3. 4: Home Economics Club. 3. 4: Young Democrat Club. 3.

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Seniors

Claire Jenkins

Hobgood, N. C.

Commerce Jtid English

W.A.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4: Teco Echo Representative. 4; Alpha Iota Sorority. 2. 3. 4, Historian. 3. Presi- dent. 4: Y.W.C.A.. 2. 3; Young Democrat Club. 2. 3. 4; Lanier Society, 1: Commerce Club, 1, 4;

Eleanor Jenkins

Aulander, N. C.

Home Economics cind Science Chowan College. 1. 2; Home Economics Club. 3.

Louise Jennings

Elizabeth City, N. C. Primary

Lina Pearl Johnson

Benson, N. C.

Margaret Johnson

Fairmont, N. C. Home Economics

Science Club. 1 2. 3.

Marv Tvsor Johnson

Stedman, N. C.

English and Social Sci~

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Seniors

Grace Jones

Marshallberg, N. C. English and History

International Relations Club.

Mae Knott

Farmville, N. C.

Commerce and History

Katherine Kvzer

Greenville, N. C. Primary

Doris Lamm Lucama, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Madge Lane Winfall, N. C.

French and History

[ewell Langley

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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






Seniors

Frances Leggett

Hobgood, N. C.

Physical EducMion and English Head of Field Hockey. 3:

Young Democrat Club.

Mary Louise Lindsay- FayetteviUe, N. C.

Physical Education and Social Science

Emerson Society. I. 2: Young Democrat Club. 3:

" _3-.4- Vice-President. 3. President.

Commit-

Varsity, 1. 2. 3. 4; Proctor.

Nan Lovelace Macclesfield. N. C.

Secretary Junior Y. 1: Emerson Society. 4: Association of Childhood Educatio Y.W.C.A.. 1, 2. 3. 4.

Walter Mallard

Trenton, N. C. Science Chi Pi Player

Hilda Martin

Conway, N. C.

English and Foreign Language

Dorothine Massey

Pleasant Hill. iN. C. Primary

2. 3. 4. Secretary. 3. Vice-Pres-

American Colleges and Universities.

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Sen

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Y.W.C.A.. 1. 4; Student Government As- . 4; TECOAN Representative of Senior Who's Who Among Students in

Colleges and Uni\

Elizabeth Matthews

Murfreesboro, N. C.

English and Sochi Science Chowan College. 1, 2; Y.W.C.A.. 3. 4: English

Mildred Fay Maxwell

Brevard, N. C.

'C.A.. 3. 4:

Norman Mayo

Plymouth, N. C.

Physical Education and Social Sc

Zeleiama Medlin

Bunn, N. C.

French and His.

Arline Mercer

Black Creek, N. C.

Primary

Y.W.C.A., 1. 2, 3. 4; Poe Society. 1; Lanier Society. 3. 4: Young Democrat Club. 2. 3; As- sociation of Childhood Education. 2. 3, 4: M.S.A.. 1. 2. 3, 4. Cabinet. 1. 2. 3. First Vice-President. 3; College 4-H Club. 3. 4. Reporter. 4; Alumni Daughters and Sons. 1. 2. 3. 4. President. 3, 4;

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Seniors

WlNIFRKD MERC.KR Wilson, N. C.

Home Economic

Club, 1. 2. 3, 4: Women's Student Go'

AlLINH MhWBORN Snow Hill, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Caroline Miles

Henderson, N. C.

3, 4; B.S.U.. of Childhood 3, President, 4; Young Democrat Club,

2, 3: W.A.A..

Ben Miller

Greenville, N. C.

Science and En^lnh

Y-M.C.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet, 3: Chi Pi Players, 3. 4: Young Democrat Club. 1, 2. 3. 4; Tennis Team, 3

Mildred Mitchell

Trotsville, N. C. Grammar

Clellie Mizelle

Enfield, N. C.

Grammar

Young Democrat Club. 1, 2, 3: Lanier Soc 2, 3: Jarvls Forensic Club. 2, 3; Proctor. 3.

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Rebecca Move

Bunn, N. C. Gnunrmr

Y.W.C.A.. 3. 4.

Helen Mozingo

Selma, N. C.

Hh/ory .ind Science

Louise Murphy

Louisburg, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Louisburg College. 1. 2; Home EconomH

Science Club.

Dorothy Ballentine McClure

Clarkton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

"Big Sister." 4; House President of Women's dent Government Association. 3; Science Club. 2 3. 4; Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4. Reporter 4; Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2. 4: Junior Class TECOAN Re presentative. 3; Young Democrat Club. 2; P.S.A Council. 2.

Nell McCullen

Lakeland, Fla.

Math and Commerce

Math Club. 1. 2. 3. 4: Commerce Club. I. 2, 3 4: Emerson Society. 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 2. President. 3: Marshal. 2. 3. 4; W.A.A.. 1 2. 3, 4. Secretary. 3; House President. 3: Alphi Iota Sorority. 2, 3. 4; Marshal. 4; Superlative.

Virginia McGee

Munme, N. C.

Commerce and English

Commerce Club. 1. 2. 3. 4: Teco Echo Repre sentative, 3; English Club. 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A.. 1 2. 3. 4; Y Cabinet. 1: Young Democrat Club. 1 2. 3. 4; W.A.A., 2; Poe Society. 1. 2. 3: Putun Teachers of America. 3.

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Mavis McGowan

Eunice McKkithan

Roseboro, N. C.

Reid McLawhorn

Winterville, N. C

History and Malhemalici

Lucille Nelms Oxford, N. c.

ZULA Neman

Clint.m. N. C.

French and Physical Edt

Phi Sigma. 2. 3, 4; Society. 1. 2. 3, 4. 3; Young Democrat Club,

Melba Oden

Hatteras, N. C.

Grammar

y.W.C.A.. 1. 2, 3: Association of Childhood Edu- cation. 1. 2. 3; W.A.A.. 2; Future Teachers of America, 1, 2, Treasurer, 3.

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Elizabeth Page

Burgaw, N. C.

Prnnary

Y.W.C.A., 2. 3, 4; Young Democrat Club. 3. Association of Childliood Education. 2. 3. 4; College Choir. 3. 4; M.S. A.. 1, 2. 3, 4: M.S.A. Council. 4; "Big Sister", 4.

Jessie Mae Page

Cameron, N. C.

Grj,um,r

Montreal College. 1, 2: W.A.A.. 3; Association of Cliildhood Education. 3. 4.

Esther Mae Parker

George, N. C.

Physical Education aud Commerce

W.A.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4, Cabinet. 1. 2. 3. 4; Varsity Field Hockey. 1. 2. 3. 4; Soccer. 1. 2. 3. 4; Bas- ketball. 1. 2; Volley Ball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Softball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Tennis. 1. 2. 3. 4; Commerce Club. 3. 4: Alpha Iota Sorority. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A.. 2, 3.

Marv John Parker

Clinton, N. C. /

Commerce *

Sue Parker

Pollocksville, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary. 2. Vice-Piesident. 3: Lanier Society. 1. 2. 3. 4: TECOAN Representative. 3; 4-H Club. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President. 3: W.A.A. . 1. 2. 3. 4; Dormitory Head. 2; Head of Volley Ball. 3: House President. 3; Secretary of Women's Student Government As- sociation. Summer: YW.C.A,. 3. 4; Science Club. 2. 3. 4; .Big Sister." 3.

JOYE Irene Parnell

Fayetteville, l\. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; Science Club. 1. 2. 3, 4: YW.C.A.. 1. 2. 3; Junior Y Cabinet. 1: W.A.A., 1. 2. 3; B.S.U. Council. 2. 3; Y.W.A. Officer. 1. 2; Poe Society. 2, 3.

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Marie Penuel

Princeton, N. C.

Home Economici and Scieni

Guilford College. 1: Science Club. 2. 3 Club. 2. 3. 4: Home Economics Club. Young Democrat Club. 3; Y.W.A.. 2; Y.\

Ellen Pierce

Sunbury, N.' C. Primary Association of Childhood Education.

Dale Pitts

Creedmcior. N. C. Primary

Association of Childhood Educatii

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AuLENi; Powell

Denton, N. C. Home Economics and Scie

Anne Poythress

Henderson, N. C.

Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4, Junior Y Cabinet. 1; W.A.A, 1; Poe Society. 1, 2. 3, 4. President, 4: Marshal 4; Assistant Business Manager of TECOAN. 2 Associate Editor. 4, Business Manager. 3; Asso-

utive Board. 3; Young Democrat Cliib. 2; B.S.U. 1. 2. 3. 4; Who's Who Among ". ' ' Colleges and Universities.

OvELiA Price

Selma, N, C.

Home Economics

Bobbie Lorraine Pritchard

Seaboard, N. C.

Lanier Society. 1. 2. 3. 4. Marshal. 2. Tr

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Henrietta E. Rav

Buckner, N. C.

Home EcoKomici Jiid Sc

Adelaide Reade

Burgaw, N. C.

Y.W.C.A.. 2, 3: Young Democrat Club. 3: Lanier Society 1. 2. 3, 4. Treasurer, 2; TECOAN Busi- ness Staff. 2; P.S.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4. President. 4.

Margaret Wade Reed

Elizabeth City, N. C.

Gyamnur

Junior Y Cabinet. 1: Lanier Society, 1. 2. 3, 4. Vice-President, 3: Young Democrat Club. 2; Teco Echo Reporter. 1.

Daphne Rees

McLeansville, N. C. Grjmmar

Jeatrvce Reynolds Kinston, N. C.

English and Socul Sc

Irma Rhodes

Whitcville. N. C.

Hume EcriNomics and Science

Campbell College. 1. 2; Home Economics Club. 3. 4; Science Club. 3.

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Caroline Richardson

Wendell, N. C.

Class Secretary, 1; Vice-President Junior Y Cab- met. 2. Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3. 4; Emerson Society. 3. 4; Association of Childhood Education. 1. 2. 3. 4; Young Democrat Club. 3. 4.

Sara Richardson

Wendell, N. C.

Primary

Peace Junior College; Young Democrat Club, 2, 3, 4: Lanier Society. 3. 4; Association of Child- hood Education, 3, 4; Proctor, 4.

Betsy Riddick Gates, N. C.

Science and Englii

Virginia Riddle

Saint Pauls, N. C. Primary

Maggie Pearl Rivenbark

Wallace, N. C.

.W.C.A.. 1. 2: Young Democrat Club. 2. 3: As- ciation of Childhood Education, 3, 4; W.A.A.. 3.

Florence Robertson

Colerain, N. C.

English and Social Science

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Frances Robertson

Tarboro, N. C.

History and English

MozELLE Rogers

Wake Forest, N. C.

YWC.A,. 1. 4: Association of Chiildliood Educa- tion, 4; Poe Society. 4; Home Economics Club, 1,

Russell Rogerson

Greenville, N, C,

Chi Pi Players, 1, 2, 3, 4; Contest Play, 3: Var- ,slty Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi, 4; Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4.

R,^NDOLPH Roper

Bath, N, C,

Commerce and Mathematics Varsity Club, 4; Young Democrat Club, 4:

Grace Ross

Aurora, N. C,

r Y Cabinet, 1, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sen- . Cabinet, 2, 3, 4; Poe Society, 2: Associa- Df Childhood Education, 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's nt Government Association, 3: Delegate to Ridge, 2; Delegate to

Oxford, Ohio; Who's Who Among Colleges and Universities.

[ULIA Dean Sandlin

Beulaville, N, C, Primary

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I-RANc.fis Sears

Apex, N. C.

Enf;lish and Social Science

Freshman Play. 1: Y.W.C.A.. 2, 3: Young Demo- crat Club, 2, 3: Poe Society. 1. 2. 3; English Club. 3. 4; -BlB Sister." 4.

Miriam Grace Sexton

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Primary

Campbell College. 1. 2; Association of Childhood Education. 3. 4: Y.WC.A. Cabinet. 3: B.S.U.. 3: Glee Club. 3. 4.

Mary Ellen Shaw

Mebane, N. C. Primary Louisburg. 1.

Charlotte Shearin

Rocky Mount, i\. C.

Grammar

Y W.C.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary. 2. Vice-Presi- dent, 3. President. 4. Junior Y Cabinet. 1: Future Teachers of America. 2. 3. 4, Vice-President. 2. President. 3: Poe Society. 1. 2. 3. Vice-President. 3: B,S U. Council. 2. 3: Who's Who Among Stu-

Metsel Simmons

Gilumbia, N. C.

Commerce and Malhemalii

Y.M.C.A., 1. 2. 3. Association. 2. 3. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer. TECOAN. 4; Whos Who American Colleges and Uni\

Alice Read Smith

Fairmont, N. C.

Engliih and Social Science

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Treasurer of Eng-

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Lizzie Carolina Smith Raleigh, N. C.

Home Economic and SociJ Sc:

Frances Black Southerland

Burgaw, N. C.

Peace College. 1. 2; Women's CI elation of Childhood Education, 4; Lanier Society. 3: Y.W.C.A..

3: Opera Martha.

Marion Stallings

Jamesville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club. 3. 4: W.A.A.. 2, 3. 4,

Ruth Stallings

Hobbsville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Loulsburg, 1. 2; Home Economics Club.

Dorothy Starling

Clinton, N. C. Primary Emerson Sociei

3. 4; Pineland Junior College.

Inez Stephenson

Angler, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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EvELiN Bell Stewart

Windsor. N. C.

Choir. 3. 4: President. B.S.U.,

Thelma Stewart

Bules Creek, N. C.

Mithematics Md English

Campbell College. 1. 2: Mathematics English Club. 3; Y.W.A.. 3. 4. Social 4; Yoiing Democrat Club. 4; W.A.A..

Grace Taylor

Pink Hill, N. C.

Science .md Home Economics

Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3, 4: Proctor.

Harold K. Taylor

Stantonsburg, N. C.

Science and History

Y.M.C.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet, 3: Teco Echo Staff. 1. 2. Associate Editor. 2. 4: Phi Sigma Pi Fraternity. 2. 3. 4. Assistant Secretary. 3. 4.

Louise Thomas

Oakboro, N. C.

English and History Mars Hill College. 1. 2: English Club. 3. 4: W.A.A.. 3. 4; Young Democrat Club. 3.

Ruth M. Tucker

Townsville, N. C.

Grammar

Lanier Society. 1, 2. 3. 4; W.A.A.. 1. 2; P.S.A. Council. 2. 3. 4. Feature. 2: Class Treasurer. 3; TECOAN Staff. 3; Publication Board, 4: Young Democrat Club. 1.

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Bess Usry

Oxford, N. C.

Homt Ecunomici

Margaret Vail

Pikeville, N. C.

Home Economics and Scienc W.C-U.N.C-. 1: Home Economics Club.

Irene Vaughan

Rich Square, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Louisburg College. 1. 2; Home Economics Club. 3.

Science Club.

y.W.C.A.,

Iris Walker Hillsboro, N. C.

and Alusic

Mary Louise Wallace

Belhaven, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Poe Society. 1. 2. 3. 4; W.A.A.. 1, 2* Young Dem-

- - - Y.W.C.A., 1. 2. 3. 4; Science

' Band. 1. 2; Home Econom-

Club.

Ingram Walters

Bladenboro, N. C. Music

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Virgil Ward

Williamston, N. C.

English and Hnlory

Poe Society, 1. 2, 3, 4; Mai-shal, 4; Teco Echo Representative. 2; House President, 3; Women's Student Government Association, 3; Class Treas- urer, 4; Social Committee. 4; Wtio's Wiio Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.

Mildred Watkins

Louisburg, N. C.

Home Ecunomicf and Science

Sara Watkins

Rockingham, N. C. Grammar

Marjorie Webb

Pinetops, N. C.

Primary

Y.W.C.A.. 1. Junior Y Cabinet. 1: Poe Society. 1. 2. 3. 4; Association of Childhood Education. 2. 3. 4; Young Democrat Club. 1. 2, 3.

JUNE Wells

Greenville, N. C.

English and History

Flora Macdonald College. 1. 2; English club. 3. 4; Young Democrat Club. 3. 4.

Grace Westbrook

Raleigh, N. C.

Science and Physical Education

Young Democrat Club. 2. 3: Science Club

Poe Society. 1. 2. 3; Women's Athletic

2, 3, 4; Varsity Tennis, 2. 3; W.A.A. Cab

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Audrey White

Poplar Branch, N. C. Engli-ih and French

Young Democrat Clu

Reid White

Rubersonville, N. C. Enghih

James Lavcrence White

Scotland Neck, N. C.

Commerce and Music

Mars HUl Junior College, 1. 2: Choir. 3. 4; B.S.B. Council, 3: Chi Pi Players, 3; Double Door. 3: Martha, 4: Y.M.C.A,, 3, 4; Commerce Club. 3, 4: Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Senior Superlative.

Lucille White

Aulander, N, C. Primary

ol Childhood

Kathleen Whitehurst

Bethel. N. C.

Annie Whitford Ayden, N. C. Gr

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Mary Hazel Whitlfa'

Raeford, N. C. PrimM-y

Matilda Vail Whitley

Smithfield, N. C.

Home Econrimici and Science

Eugenia Williams

Gatesville, N. C. Primary

Naomi Elizabeth Williams

Wade, N. C. Grammar

Melva Williamson

Clinton, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Virginia Wilson

Bethel, N. C. Primary

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Laura Faii; Wood

Four Oaks, N. C.

ors

Lanier Society.

!. 4, y.W.C.A.'z. 3' TECOAN Stan, 3:

Rachel Woodarii

Wmterville, N. C.

ol Childhood Edu

1-LovD Woody Asheville, N. C.

History and PhysicJ Ediic

JACK Young

Stovall. N. C.

Science and Pb) iic.il Educjlii

Y.M C.A.. 4: Varsity Club. 3. Chi Pi Players. 3. ' ~ " '

Marv Moss Young

Willow Springs, N. C. Grammar

College Choir. 1: P.S.A.

Robert Young

Stovall, N. C.

Science and Physical Educalio

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Sou Lou Young

Angier, N. C. Home Ed

Nicholas John Zuras

Washington, D. C.

Physicitl Education

High Point College. I, 2: Var5it> Sigma Pi. 4: Y.M.C.A.. 3. 4; Po(

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Ladies in Waiting.

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Madge Lane

Most InlelleclUiil

Bessie Fay Hunt Airtil Studious

;ammie Crandali Mijil DepenJjhU

Evan Griffin Ben Ltjder

Pearl House Best Personal II y

Wiley BROWr Mosi Athlelu

Metsel Simmons W'illiest











UUho's UUho Rmong Students in

First Row: Jane Currin, Helen Massey, Adminta Eure, Virgil Ward, Evan Grif- fin, Metsel Simmons, Sammie Crandall.

Second Roll-: WiLLlAM Grefne. Mary Long Ford, Grace Ross, Janie Eakes, Bessie Fay Hunt, Mildred Beverly, Helen Peacock.

Third Ron-: BoBBiF LORRAINE Pritchard, Marjorie Davis, Charlotte Shearin, DoROTHiNE Massey, Anne Poythress, Arline Mercer.

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Mary Emma Jefferson Vice-President

Donald Perr^- Treasurer

Helen Flynn Secretary

Dave Owens President






uniors

Firs! Row: Lela Adams, Bloiinis Creek, N. C; Ruth York Allen, Creed )iioor, N. C; Jennie Alston, Loiiuburg, N. C; Georgia Bunch, Hobbsville, N. C: Viola Alston, Louisburg, N. C; Jessilu Aman, Jacksonville, N. C.

Second Row: Edna Earl Averett, Oxford, N. C; Mavis Ballance, Maple, N. C; Aldine Barnhill, Greenville, N. C; Annie Britton Bartholemew, Spring Hope. N. C; Alleen Batchelor, Jonesboro, N. C: Rena Bateman, Ayden, N. C.

Third Row: Polly Batten, Salem, N. C: Helen Blanchard, Wallace, N. C: Virginia Lee Bledsoe, New Bern, N. C: Blennie Mae Blue, Carthage, N. C; Charlotte Bordeaux, Lillington, N. C. : Kathryn Boyd, Jackson, N. C.

Fourth Row: Lillian Boyette, Ahoskie. N. C: Frances Brewer, Greenville, N. C: Fara Rae Britt, Seaboard, N. C: Virginia Dare Britton, Pendleton, N. C. : Edward Brown, Colerain, N. C. : Louise Brown, Carthage, N. C.

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Firsi Row: Marjorif. Brown, Bailey, N. C: Norma Lyde Brown, Beidaville, N. C: Rosalie Brown, Gieei/r/lle, N. C: Velner Brown, Lasker, N. C; Emily Burns, Goldston, N. C: Jerome Butler, Scotland Neck, N. C.

Second Row: Mary Virginia Butt, Aurora, N. C: Verna Carraway, Golds- boro, N. C: Nell Louise Carti;r, Hobbsville, N. C: Sara Chaffin, Saiiford, N. C: MuRLE Chapman, Gr/jion, N. C: Dixie Chappell, Hertford. N. C.

Third Row: Virginia Charles, Ahoskie, N. C: Emma Grace Clark, Everetts, N. C: Ruby Clifton, Satiford, N. C: S. Marie Cobb, Merry Hill, N. C: Elwanda Coker, Pink Hill, N. C. ; Roena Collins, Angier, N. C.

Fourth Row: Nina Cook, Leiiior, N. C; Garnette Cordle, Seaboard, N. C; William Council, Durham, N. C: Carlyle Cox, Robersoiiville, N. C; Eliza- beth Creech, Princeton, N. C: Sue Crenshaw, Wilson, N. C.

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F/rsi Row: Doris Crosb'i-, W'ilson, N. C: Marih Dardi-.n, Ketuunsville, N. C: Bonnie Davis, Micro, N. C: Doris Davis, GoUsboro, N. C: Dorothy Rae Davie, Seaboard. I\. C: Freeda Davis. Mt. Olire. S. C.

Second Row: IRENE Davis, Piker/lie. N. C: Ruth P. Davis, PikeviUe, N. C: Annadelle Dawson, D/nm. \. C. : Wilma Rae Dean, Oxford. N. C. : Carolyn Dixon, Vanceboro, N. C: Rachel Dlxon, New Bern, N. C.

Third Row: Margie Dudley, Greenville, N. C; Espy Eakins, Iranhoe, N. C: Doris Edwards, Greenville, N. C: Annie Kate Evans, Clinton, N. C: Hazel Gray Evans, Greenville, N. C: Alice Ferrell, Clayton, N. C.

Fourth Row: Marjorie Fitzgerald, SeUna, N. C: Amy Floyd, Bamen-ille, .V. C: Helen Flynn, Washington, K. C: Beatrice Forrest, Winter v/lle, N. C; Margaret Gerock, Maysville. .V. C: Samuel Goddard, Jamesville, N. C.

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Second Row: Rosai.yn Harris, Areola. N. C: W. B. Harris, Greenville, N. C: WiLMA L. Hart, V/rg/l/na, Va.: Mary Alice Hastings, Camden, N. C: Vera Hastings, Camden, N. C: Laura Hearne, Greenville, N. C.

Third Row: Christine Hellen, Greenville, N. C: Iris Herring, W'a/ha, N. C: Betsy Hobgood, Greenville, N. C: Doris Hockaday, Raleigh, N. C: Gene- vieve Hodgin, Goldshoro, N. C; Anne Holloman, Aidander, N. C.

Forirth Row: LouiSE Honeycutt, Roseboro, N. C: Ruth Hood, Goldsboro, N. C: Ophelia Hooks, W^hiteville, N. C: Sybil Horton, Lonisburg, N. C.- Helen L. House, Robersonv/lle, N. C: Carol L. Humphries, Woodsdale, N. C.

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First Row: Louise Hunter, Litileioii, N. C: Sara Hunter, Lilile/on, N. C: Sarah Hunter, Lexiiigion, A'. C: Arthur Jackson, AyJeii, N. C; Helen James, Bethel, N. C: Nell James, Robersouville, N. C.

Second Row: Marv Emma Jefferson, Fountain, N. C: Ida Johnson, Fayette- lille, N. C: Douglas Jones, Farmville, N. C; Evelyn Jones, Greenville, N. C: Hazel Dell Jones, Ayden, N. C; Kathryn Jones, Pinik Hill, N. C.

Third Row: Naomi Jones, Ayden, N. C: J. B. Joyner, Greenville, N. C: Floriedel Kennedy, Clinton, N. C: Elizabeth Kittrell, Kittrell, N. C: Virginl\ Knowles, Wallace. N. C. : Edna Earl Lang, Gatesrille, N. C.

Fourth Row: Maline Langston, Gales. N. C: Grace Lee, Four Oaks, N. C: Catherine Lewis, Faison. S. C: Margaret Lewis, Turkey, X. C: Wilma Lewis, Dublin. N. C: Margaret Liles, Lilesrille. N. C.

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Fust Row: Janice Lister, Elizabeth City, N. C: Bill Lucas, Asheville, N. C; Evelyn Lyon, Ayden, N. C; Anne Mabry, Norwood, N. C; Ellen Maddrey, Seaboard, N. C. ; Lona Maddrey, Seaboard, N. C.

Second Roiv: Clyde Mann, Manteo, N. C; Elnora L. Mason, Atlantic, N. C: M'lRTLE Gray Massengill, Fottr Oaks, N. C; Charlotte Matthews, Apex. A'. C: Hiram Mayo, Mesic, N. C; Nora Meiggs, Camden, N. C.

Third Row: Lorraine Moore, Falkland, N. C: Mary Sue Moore, Greemille, S. C: Esther Morgan, Lillington, N. C: Florine Morris, Arilander. S. C: Marguerite Moye, Snow Hill, N. C; Gladys Mumford, Kenlj, N. C.

Fourth Row: John W. Murray, Raleigh, N. C: Annie Pearl McDonald, Jackson Springs, N. C: Eloise McCain, New Port, N. C: Jean McKinson, Ait. Gilead, N. C: Alene McLamb, Roseboro, N. C: Frances Newby, Heri- ford. N. C.

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First Row: Blonnie Odum, Suansboro, N. C: Oleta Odum, Swausboro, A'. C: Dave Owens, Pmetops, N. C; Cassie Parnell, Pikesville, N. C.; Dorothv Pearsall, W^allace, N. C; Annie Sue Perry, Men-j Hill, N. C. Second Row: Donald Perry, Washhiginn, N. C; Rebecca Anne Perry, Lok'is- biirg, N. C: Frances Phelps, Ahoskie, K. C: Annie M. Piner, Marshallbi/ig. j\. C: Christine Pleasant, Aiigier, N. C: Mary Jewell Porter, Grimes- land, K. C.

Third Row: Edna Powell, Sniiihfield, N. C: Edna Louise Powell, Enfeld, A'. C: Mrs. Nell Reavis, Yadkiiiville, N. C: Helen Register, Wilmingion, A. C; Viola Register, Dover. N. C: Margarette Ricks, Selwa. A". C. Fotirlh Row: Ruth Roach, Neiv Bent, N. C: Grace Robeson, Robersonville, N. C: Frances Roberts, Yanceyville, A'. C: M. Elizabeth Roberts, Willow Springs, N. C: Maribelle Robertson, Greenville, A. C: Blanche Lee Rooks, Waiha, N. C.

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Second Row: Lois Sessoms, Ahoskie, N. C: Dorothy Shearin, Littleton, N. C: Mary Beth Sheffield, Rosehill, N. C: J. C. Shepherd, Lexington, N. C.- Bonnie Belle Shirley, Ayden, N. C; Burchie Smith, Belhaven, N. C.

Third Row: Leon Ray Sparrow, Ransomville, N. C: Martha Spence, Fuqtiay Springs. N. C: Ruth Spencer, IV^ashington, N. C: Eris Stallings, Jamesville, A'. C: Annie Stevenson, P,ihnyra, N. C: Helen Stone, Reidsville, N. C.

Fourth Row: Alice Stovall, S/orall. N. C: Geraldine Taylor, Greenville, N. C: Helen Thomas, Corinth. N. C: Sue Thomas, Beaufort, N. C: Bernard Trent, Gold Hill. N. C: Frances Tunstall, South Boston, Va.

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uniors

First Row: Jane Vann, Cliiitoi?, N. C: Linda Vann, Ayden, N. C: Margaret Vestal, Noiih Wilkesboro. N. C: Ernestine Vinson, Woodland, N. C: Annie Mae Ward, W'lv/aiers, N. C.

Second Row: Gwendolyn Ward, Meiry Hill, N. C: Freeman Watson, Albe- marle, iV. C: Mabel Spence Watson, Freemont, N. C: Gretchen Webster, Ahoskie. \. C: DoRis Wells, Greenville, N. C.

Third Row: Ruby White, Aurora, N. C: Carl Whitehurst, GreeniUle, N. C: Patsy Whitehurst, Greennlle, N. C: Dorothy Whitle-i', Bethel, N. C; Mar'i- Cox, Goldsboro, N. C. : Mary Alice Cozart, Oxford, N. C.

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First Row: Dorothy Whitley, Smith field, N. C: Robert Whitley, Bethel, N. C; Edith Wilkerson, Black Creek, N. C: Julia Ann Willey, Gates, N. C: Ada Louise Willey, Gates, N. C.

Second Rnw: Harry Willey, Gates. N. C: Doris Williams, Kinstoii, N. C: Hazel Williford, Greenville, N. C: Jessie MAR".' Willson, Roxboro, N. C; Doroth'i- M. Wilson, Grii/iesland. N. C.

Third Row: Mildred Wise, Hobgood, N. C: Nancy Wynne, Bethel, N. C: Hazel Yelverton, Slaiitoiisb/irg, N. C: Ruth Zaborowski, Manchester, N. C: Alma Rouse, Kinstoir, N. C: Mildred White, Hertford, N. C.

Juniors

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SOPHOmORES






Eighty-three






Sophomores

Ruth Alford

Matalie Atkinson Kathleen Avcock Jessie Ballantine

Ellen Barnhill Isabel Barnhill Bettv Batson Ellis Bedsvc'orth

S'lBiL Beeman Mari' Blanchard WiNNiFREii Bond Gretchen Boswell

Fniirlh K,w

Marion Boswell Dorothea Bovette

CORINNE BrITTON

Doris Brock

Edith Brown

Elizabeth Brown

MaRV BR'iAN

MiLLisoN Briant

Edith Buck Inez Bullock

Sarah Elsie Bunn Doris Butler

Margaret Butler Alene Cade Lota Cain Dorothy Carowan

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Sophomores

Frances Carter Elizabeth Gates Leslie Chadwick Ida Florinne Clark

Thelma Cherry- Doris Cobb Francis Coiner Sarah Collins

Third Kiiw

Virginia Cooke Alice Copeland Mildred Copeland Elsie Corbitt

FiHirth Row

Bessie Council Janet Covert Wilma Cozart

Elizabeth Crawford

Fifth R<iw

Nell Crawford Garnette Crocker Sarah Gurrin

Charles Cushman

Jean Dailev

Willie Mae Daniels

Elizabeth Darden

Bersha Davis

fievelith Row

Elsie Davis Pansie Deal Eva Deanes

Dorothy Denning

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Frances Eakes Sibyl Eakes Jessie Earp Jack Edwards

Lucille Edwards Pat Edwards Sarah Elliot

Margaret Ennett

Grace Evans Harriet Everett Geraldine Felton Violet Fields

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Mamie Lee Fischel Morris Flow Miriam Freeman

Miriam Hewitt Garganc

Fifth Knw

Margaret George

Lena Rose Giles

Anne Gilliam

Jean Goggin

SvLviA Greene Marietta Griffin JuLL\ Anne Hancock Jane Hardy

Hazel Harris Lillian Harris Allene Haynes Mary Herring

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Sophomores

EsTELLE Hester Katherine Hester Lillian Hines Robin Holland

Mary Edith Hollingsworth Louise Holloman Lorraine Horne Rebecca Horton

Tliiril Row

Margueritte Hudson Margaret Ipock Elizabeth Ives Harry Jarvis

Bernice Jenkins Elizabeth Jenkins Camille Jernigan Clarine Johnson

Fifth Row

Dot Johnson Helen Page Johnson Miriam Johnson Sue Johnson

William Stanfield Johnson Norwood Jones Mary Jordan

Geraldine Kearney

Seventh Row

Edna Keith

Nancy Kilpatrick Colleen King Worth Lanier

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Sophomores

Louise Lassitkr Iris Lee

Renaldo Lee Dot Lewis

SlBVLE LeDFORD

Elizabeth Lewis Frances Lewis

Nell Rachel Lewis

Garland Little Bertha Mallard Christine Manning Janice Marine

Eugenie Marshburn Frances Marshburn Laurene Marshburn Bobbie Lou Martin

Fifth /,'... Robert Martin Manora Mewbern Merrimond Mizelle Doris Moore

Anne Morris Tom Moselv Sara Ann Moss

Nell Louise Murphv

Jean McDonald Esther McGougan Ruth McHan Sarah McInnis

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Sophomores

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Lois McLeod

Margaret McMillan

Mattik McNeill

Sue Norwood

Pearl Ogburn Lu Lu Overton Edna Parnell Zula Pearson

Dorothy Peele Eleanor Phillips Retha Pope Myrtle Price

Foiirlli R,u-

Rebecca Pridgen Marjorie Privott Mary Alice Reaves Elizabeth Register

Fifth Row

Ellen Riddick Sarah Roberson Mary Ann Rogers Alice Rowell

Sixth Row

Ruby Safley Reba Sanderson Leona Sasser WiLMA Saunders

Margaret Savage Barbara Selby Agatha Sewell Genevieve Shine

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Sophomores

Alma Simmons Inez Simmons Lucille Sizemore MAR^. Lib Slate

EWELL Slater Ethel Smith Jake Smith Lois Smith

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Lucille Smith Lucy Nell Smith Gladys Snell Sara Stanton

Nancy Stewart Sam Strickland Elizabeth Sugg Sadie Ruth Sutton

Fifth Row

Mary Kate Swain Fountain Taylor Grace Taylor LoiTiE Tew

Sixth Row

Lorraine Thomas Mary Blount Thorp Susan Timberlake Charlie Tripp

Sen- nth Roir

;ene Trott Max Tucker

Lorraine Tyndall Wanda Tyndall

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li Sophomores

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First Hull-

Alli;ne Vause Frances Walker

Laura Marie Walker Joyce Watson

Seco)i(l Rnir

Lois West

Bernice Whhe Catherine White Esther Maie White

Third Rnw

Marion White

Grace Whitehurst Norma Whitfield Alice Wiggins

Fourth Row

Beatrice Willlmus Vera Williams Catherine Wilson Elizabeth Winberry

Fifth Row

Mary Windley

Pin ear Mae Windley Ruth Winslow Lucy Winston

Sixth Roir

Louvene Womble Charlotte Wooten Helen Wooten Louise Wooten

James Worsley Mabel Wynns Vivian Yelverton

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a. Ti:li. n to the Marines.

b. Judge Them Not by What Thei- Do,

c. Step Right Up.

d. It's Being Done This Season.

e. Yum! Yum!

/. Buddy, Your Roommate.

g. Just Waiting.

h. Dick and Ann.

/. That Farawa'i- Look.

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Now, Now ! ! Our "Pop." "We Three." Heil, Hitler. Just Act Natural.

/. Leg Show.

g. Ready to Ride.

h. Mail's Up.

/. What Are They Looking For?

;. Buddie and Mollie.

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FRESHMEN OFFICERS

Dorothy Creech Secretary

Robert Morgan Treasurer

MozELLE Hooks President

Margaret Johnston Vice-President






Freshmen

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F/'i (/ Rrt;r.- Rai- Abenethv, Dahlia Adams, Monnie Adams, Jerry Albritton, Ada Lou Allen, Sara Allman, Pearl Arnold, Jean Asbell, Mary Elizabeth Austin.

Second Row: Miriam Averett, Sarah Averette, Dora O'Neil Bailey, Jean Bailey, Sarah Ballance, Francelle Barden, Otha Barnhill, Mary Bass, Vivian Bass.

Third Roil-: Cornelia Beems, Elsie Biggs, Mary Bisher, Mollie Blalock, Martha Annette Bland, Eleanor Booth, Ruth Bostian, Alma Gray Bowden, Mae

BOWEN.

Fourth Row: Joan Bowers, Hazel Branch, Dorothy Braynard, Barbara Brewer, Elizabeth Bridgers, Edward Bright, Dorothy Briley, James Briley, Catherine Brinson.

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F/w/ Row: Mary Anne Brown, Reba Brown, Alton Buck, Hurley Bunch, Mary Louise Burriss, Carolyn Byrd, Mary Alice Cahoon, Vivian Callis, Jessie Carter.

Second Row: Faye Case, Eloise Chadwick, Mary Alice Charlton, Eleanor Chest- nutt, Harriet Chestnutt, Ed Chisholm, Mary L. Cobb, Frances Congleton, Dot Copeland.

Third Row: William Earl Craft, Norma Crawley, Dorothy J. Creech, Elizabeth CuRRiN, Beverly Cutler, Carolyn Daniels, Gladys Davis, Virginia Davis, Florine Denton.

Fourth Row: Grace Dickens, Alice Mitchell Dilday, Frances Dodson, Louise Doughtie, Jean Douglas, Rachel Eakins, Annie Lee Eason, Myra Lee Edmund- son, Bettie Gray Eldridge.

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Freshmen

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F/w/ Rou\- CHARLOTTn Elliott, Isabll Elliott, Cornelia Ellis, MAR^. Frances Ellis, Amanda Etheridge, Josephine Everett, Ruth Everette, Janice Fairless, Frances Finch.

Second Row: Elvy Forrest, Anne Foxworth, Doris Franck, Sara Franck, Alice Gardner, Edward Garris, Mary Ga->nor, Josephine Gibson, Bernice Godlev.

Third Row: Athleen Gupton, Betti' Rose Gurganus, Anna Gwvnne, Doris Hall, Margaret Hardestrv, Billie Hardison, Dixie Harrison, Edna Harrison, Carolin Hassell.

Fourth Row: Pauline Higgins, La Monte Hill, Erma Hinnant, Mattie Brown Hinson, Ruth Hinson, Marie Hinton, Harriet Hollenman, Mozelle Hooks, IsABELLE Humphrey.

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First Row: Ralph Hunter, Lucille Huskett, Mildred Hussev, Kenneth James, Virginia Jeanette, Martha Jefferson, Evelyn Jenkins, Mollis Jernigan, Bertha Johnson,

Second Row. Jack Johnson, Wilma Johnson, Margaret Johnston, Annie Laurie Jones, Donev Jones, Dorothy Jones, Eddie Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Sarah Jones.

Third Row: Athene Jordan, Claudia Jordan, Dorothy Jordan, Lillian Jordan, Clinton Joyner, Mary Blaine Justice, Illmar Kearney, Wilmar Kearney, Virginia Keel.

Fourth Row: LouiSE Keith, Lucy Lancaster, Pearlie Langston, Joseph Lassiter, Evelyn Lewis, Nannie Lou Little, Frances Lowery, Margaret Magill, Ozelle Mallard.

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f/V,i7 Row: Bhulah Manning, Jani- Manning, MAR^. Manning, Frank. Marks, LuLA Jean Matthews, Elmo Mavo, Velma Meiggs, Doris Mitchell, Gravce Mitchell.

Second Row: Eunice Modlin, Hilda Moore, Edna Earle Moore, Maude Jordan Moore, Sarah Moore, Elizabeth Morgan, Robert Morgan, Dorlas Morris, Martha Moselev.

Third Row: Jean Murphy, Estelle McBride, Louise McCotter, Kathrin Mc- Daniel, Queenie McGowan, Sara McKenzie, Loede McLawhorn, Bettv Nowarah, Lucille Oakes.

Foiath Rote: Blanche Ogburn, Katie Earle Owen, Boots Panetti, Barbara Parker, Mary Lynn Peedin, Margaret Person, Nell Pitts, Maxine Pleasant, ISABELLE Pollock.

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First Row: Edna Powell, Marietta Prince, Dardenella Proctor, Kathrvn Quick, Lillian Ray, Dot Reade, Frances Rhodes, Rachel Robertson, Leah Mildred Ross.

Second Row: Paula Ross, Evelyn Rouse, Troy Rouse, John Ickie Sailed, Pearl Sawyer, Lillian Scarlett, Elgia Scott, Mary Frances Slack, Virginia Small.

Third Row: Bettie Smith, Dorothy Olivean Smith, Eugene Smith, Eunice Smith, Jeanette Smith, Margaret Smith, Margie Smith, Marjorie Smith, Maxine Smith.

Fourth Row: Doris Sparks, Violet Sparks, Kathryn Sprinkle, Gretchen Staton, Mary Frances Stephenson, Virginia Stephenson, Doris Stevens, Nancy Stevens, Dixie Sugg.

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Freshmen

First Row: DoRis Sutton, Delia Rose Taylor, G. A. Tailor, Elizabeth Temple, Frances Temple, Elizabeth Thomas, Alta Mae Thompson, Anne Thompson, Margaret L. Thompson,

Second Row: Jane Tucker, Helen Tvndall, Betty Sue Tyson, Louise Vainright, Margie Varnell, Mari- Lee Venters, Marie Walthal, M. C. Ward, James Warren.

Third Row: Marv Warren, Mildred Wellons, Elsie West, Louise White, Marie Whitehurst, Evelyn Williams, Lillian Williams, Lynn Williams, Margaret Williams,

Fourth Row: Thomas Clay Williams, Sarah Willson, Marjorie Windley, Jenny Witkowski, Charlotte Womble, Iris Woody, Gertrude Woolard, Frances Yancey, Christine Yarborough.

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a. Sticking Together.

b. Tarazan - Fish.

c. O-Oh!

d. Where's the Racket?

e. When the Roll is Called Up Yonder. /. Playing Possum.

^. Can't Be That Bad.

h. E. C. T. C. Bound.

/. Same Sweet Margaret.

/. Peep-a-boo!

k. Glamour.

/. Annie Oakley Knowles.

III. What Goes Up Must Come Down.

;/. Between Two Sisters.

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OUTSIDE OF CLRSSES






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Miss Estelle Davis, President \\"oi>iaii's Sliideul Goreriiiiieiil Association






uuomEn's studedt GOVERnmEni rssocirtiod

OFFICERS

EsTELLE Davis (Seated) PresiJeiil

Jane Vann Vice-PresiJeiil

Camille Jernigan Treasurer

Joyce Watson Secretcny

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The Women's Student Government Association of East Carolina Teachers' Col- lege affords its members a democratic means of governing. It is an organization that combines the efforts of ail women students to promote the general welfare of the college. The student body and classes elect a council through which the student government functions.

THE COUNCIL

Seated: Arline Mercer, Maribelle Robertson, Doris Hockaday, Camille Jernigan, Helen Flynn, Helen Massey, Zalia Carrawan.

Standing: Dorothy Sasser, Marjorie Privot, Doris Boswell, Dorothy

Pearsall, Estelle Davis, Virgil Ward, Joyce Watson, Christine

Hellen, Sue Parker, Jerry Albritton, Jane Vann.

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mED'S STUDERT

GOVERnmEnr RssociflTion

OFFICERS

Evan Griffin (Seated) Pies/Jen/

Billy Greene (Seated) Treasurer

Jerome Butler (Standing) Secretary

One Hundrtd Right

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This ^ear has been a successful year for the Men's Student Government. The Council was very instrumental in getting more rooms for the boys in Ragsdale Hall and it has constantly worked for other improvements for the benefit of the students and the college. Working together for unity and advancement has been its purpose.

J. C. Shepherd, Billy Greene, Evan Griffin, Jerome Butler, Arthur

Jackson, Francis Coiner, Russell Rogerson, Randolph Roper,

Sammie Strickland.

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OFFICERS

Carol Lkich Hlimphrif.s, Viie-Piesident Charlotti; Shearin . . , President Hi:li;n Stone .... Treasurer Willie Mae Daniels , . Secretary

Younc uuomEn's

CHRISTIRn flSSOCIRTIOn

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The Young Women's Christian Association for the year 19-42-43 has tried to have a varied program and to help the members grow spiritually, socially, physically and mentally.

The Vespers have included students and guest speakers; the Negro Marine Choir; reports of Blue Ridge, Danforth Foundation Camp in Michigan; and N. Y. President's School; and discussions of the religions on the campus and the race question. The "Y" was also fortunate in having an African Missionary and German Refugee student to talk with us.

Through the Y. W. C. A., a foreign student was brought to the campus as a stu- dent for the first time. The first W. S. S. F. Drive was held this year also, the returns of the drive went to help students of all races all over the world, including Americans.

Through the quarterly entertainments, the members have had fun and fellowship together.

'W^e unite in the desire to realize jiill and creative life through a growing 'W^e determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. 'Ill this task we seek to understand Jesus and follow Him."

knowledge of God.

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Dr. W. a. Browne,

Fjo/Ii) Adviser

Younc mED's

CHRISTIRn flSSOCIRTIOn

Douglas Eley

RecreMioiidl

ChMrman

Ellis Bedsworth Religwin Ed. Ch

Sam Strickland, Scr.,phook Chammm

Francis Coiner. Publicity Chairman

W. B. Harris.

Student Welfare Ch.

Donald Perry

Edward Brown. Vice-President






To PROMOTE THE SPIRITUAL LIFE On the campus, the Young Men's Christian Association of 1942, 1943 began its work by sending three of its cabinet members to the Blue Ridge Confer- ence in Blue Ridge, North Carolina, June 6-13.

With the help of the Dean of Men during Orientation Week, the Student Welfare Com- mittee placed all boys entering in conveniently located homes. During the year a recreational hour was arranged each quarter for all boys on the campus; an association meeting was held once a quarter; religious services were conducted weekly by the boys in Ragsdall Hall; and on Wednesday nights cabinet meetings were held. The Association secured membership pins for all members, contributed to the Red Cross, made a pledge to the National Y. M. C. A., and pur- chased a War Bond. The Young Women's and the Young Men's Christian Associations co operated in carrying on the religious work on the campus. The two associations had Dean Wil liam J. Baird and Dr. Sherwood Eddy and guest speakers on the campus during the winter quarter.

Through its program the Young Men's Christian Association has worked in order that stu dents might be inspired to live as Christians during their college days and throughout their lives

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The Chi Pi Players, as an organization, has two objectives - to instruct members in the art of producing a play and to promote creative ability with the club. These objectives are combined in the presentation of varied types of plays in its annual program of pro- ductions. These productions have been noted for the professionalism shown throughout the entire play - from the smallest scene to the most dramatic - from the most minute piece of stage property to the most difficult set. The Chi Pi Players strive for perfection in a production. General criticism indicates that they reach their objective.






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During the school year, 1942-1943, one of the players, Dave Owens, brought forth an original play. It is entitled "While Anubis Watched" and is a three-act mystery comedy. The club urges more creative efforts on the part of its members.

What the results from the following years will bring, we cannot say, but it is our promise that we will strive for perfection in a field which is rapidly growing - Dra- matic Art.

Donald Perry, Secretary






The Music Department of East Carolina Teachers was very successful in producing the opera "Martha" during the Winter Quarter under the direction of Mr. Denton Rossell. The Orchestra was directed by Mr. Alma Dittmer.

Pictured: Jean Abeyounis, seated, who played the part of Martha, Marie Walthal, Bobbie Lorraine Pritchard, who played Nancy, Morris Flow, and Mary Alice Charlton. Jim White, Jean Abeyounis, Ingram Waiters, Martha and Nancy, Woman's Chorus, Scene at the Fair.

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In accordance with the growing demand of music in this country, the college band is preparing its members to go out in various communities and build their own bands. The organization has built up a fine repertoire of music which offers its members helpful, as well as, enjoyable experience. This experience will not only familiarize the individual with many fine selections, but will aid him in organizing and conducting the future musicians of America.

THE BflRD

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THE COLLEGE R CflPPELLR CHOIR

The College A Cappella Choir was organized to provide students on the campus with an opportunity to sing some of the beautiful mixed choral music. Its repertoire in- cludes old polyphonic music of the Sixteenth Century, modern choral music, and many types between these extremes.

The College Choir, Woman's Chorus, and College Orchestra furnished music for this year's Christmas program, and during the spring quarter the Choir gave its annual concert.

The College Choir has advanced, and continues to do so, under the able direction of Mr. A. L. Dittmer, head of the Music Department.

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The Woman's Chorus is openeu* to all women students with voices of excellent quality. Each student is required to sing alone for the director before being permitted to enter the chorus. One hour credit is given for participation in the chorus, and many hours of pleasure is derived from three and four part singing in which the group specializes. This group helped with the music for the Christmas pageant, and supplied the chorus for the successful opera, "Martha," which was given during the winter quarter. During the spring the Woman's Chorus sings on the Commencement Recital and at the gradua- tion exercises or the Baccalaureate Sermon. The chorus is under the direction of Miss Gussie Kuykendall.

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YOUnC DfimOCRflT CLUB

The purpose of the Young Democrat Club of East Carolina Teachers' College is to create interest in the political affairs of the state and the nation. The club this year sent delegates to the sixth annual Student Legislature in Raleigh. The bill which was intro- duced by the group was passed. It was: To Draft Man Power for Labor in Industry, and War Work.

Jennings Ballard was made Sergeant-at-Arms in the House of Representatives and Metsel Simmons, President of the Club, was Chairman of the Finance Committee in the Senate.

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The purpose of the International Relations Club, which was organized in 1940, is to encourage the study of international relations. The club is backed by the Carnegie En- dowment, from which it receives books and other material on current problems.

The requirements for membership are credit for twenty-one hours in Geography, History and Social Science, and an average grade of at least "3" on all subjects. Mem- bers of the faculty in Geography, History and Social Science Departments may be asso- ciate members, but the programs at the regular monthly meetings are prepared by students.

Each year delegates are sent to the Southeast International Relations Conference.

iniERnRTionRL relrtiors club

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THE JflRVIS DEBRTinC CLUB

The Jarvis Forensic Club, organized in 1938 under the name of the Jarvis Debating Club, has worked to interest the students of East Carohna Teachers College in debating and other phases of public speaking.

Last year the Club made its debut in Inter-Collegiate debating by debating Campbell College in a non-decision debate and by defeating Presbyterian Junior College in a decision debate.

This year the Debating Club sent a team to the Dixie Strawberry Leaf Tournament, held in Charlotte. This debating team won decisions over teams from the University of North Carolina, the University of Alabama, Davidson College, Bridgewater College, and Wingate College. It lost decisions to the University of Alabama and Wofford College. Members of the Debating Club de- bated North Carolina State College and the L'niversity of North Carolina at East Carolina Teachers College during the winter quarter.

Dr. M. N. Posey has been faculty adviser to the Club since it was first founded. Members of the Club willingly recognize that success in debate has been attained partly through Dr. Posey's constructive criticism and skillful leadership.

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The English Club, with Dr. Lucile Turner as adviser, is an organization of English majors who meet and work together for the purpose of furthering their literary interests, of becoming acquainted with the best books and magazines, and of gaining knowledge of developments in the field of crea-

This year a series of miscellaneous programs, including reviews of recent books and maga- zines, studies of the lives of several writers, the playing of recordings of a Shakespearean play, and Christmas and initiation programs, were conducted by students and teachers. This series has been especially enjoyable and valuable to club members.

The Club meets in the well-equipped English Laboratory. This room contains a worth while collection of books and magazines, valuable files of clippings and pictures, a duplicator, a pro- jector, a very good recording machine. It is open at all times to English students and has proved a great help to them in reading and studying.

THE ERGLISH CLUB

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THE flSSOCIRTIOn FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCflTIOn

The Student Branch of the Association for Childhood Education at East Carolina Teachers' College is a member of the National Association for Childhood Education.

"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 interest, 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 leaders in this field."

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The Robkrt H. Wright Chapter of the Future Teachers of America, under the sponsorship of Miss Emma L. Hooper, has phiced its fourth seal on the Future Teachers of America Charter, signifying its success on the campus. Through the "Personal Growth Leaflets" we have found ways by which to mold our characters for "Future Teachers."

Other than wide and varied programs we have sewed for the Red Cross, given on a Defense Bond, and sent Easter cards to people in County Home.

FUTURE TERCHERS OF RmERICR

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SIGHR PI RLPHfl

The Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi Alpli.i is a national honcirary fraternity for students of foreign languages. The ideals and aims of this club center around three symbolic words: strength, permanency and accomplishment.

The officers of the club are Joyce Dunham, President; Mary limnia Jefferson, Vice-President; and Elizabeth Kittrell, Secretary-Treasurer.

Other old members of the club are Mary Alice Blackham, LaVerne Cox, Mary Elizabeth Darden, Hazel Harris, Ida Johnson, Madge Lane, Hilda Martin, Zula Newman, Ruth Roach, Alma Simmons, Helen Thomas, Audrey White and Reid White.

During winter quarter the following new members were initiated into the club: Esther Mae White, Ronalda Lee, Katie Earl Owen, Mary Crawford, Paula Ross, Mozelle Hooks, Margaret Magill, Dorothy Jordan, Dorothy Maynard, Janice Lister and Dorothea Boyette.

Mr. R. C. Deal and Miss Margu to improve the success of the club.

the faculty advisers and they have do

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Dr. Beecher Flanagan, Ingram Walters, Harry Jarvis, Clyde Mann, Metsel Simmons, Evan Griffin, Robert Martin, Francis Coiner, Dr. ReBarker, Dr. Hollar, Ray Sparrow, Z. W. Frazelle, Dr. Frank, Harold Taylor, John Murray, Nickolas Zuras, Charles Cushman, W. B. Harris, President.

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THE COmmERCE CLUB

The purpose of the Commerce Club this year, as heretofore has been to better ac- quaint the students of the Commerce Department with each other, to foster interest in clerical work and in teaching, and to work tot^ether for the mutual benefit of its mem- bers and the Commerce Department as a whole.

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

The outstanding event of the year was done by sponsoring a dance in order to buy War Bonds and also equipment for a reading room in the Commerce Department.

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Zeta Delta is a chapter of Alpha Iota, an International Honorary Business Sorority with chapters in most of the leading colleges 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, leadership, personality and character.

Zeta Delta, the first sorority to be established on our campus, was organized on March 30, 1940, with twenty-four charter members.

During the year, the sorority has had several speakers at its monthly meetings who were well qualified to speak on topics pertaining to Business Education. In co- operation with the Commerce Club, the sorority sponsored a reading room for the commerce majors. In the spring, a number of new members were initiated into the sorority. Several members are planning to attend the National Convention in Milwaukee this summer.

ZETR DELTA CHRPTER OF RLPHfl lOTR

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SCIEDCE CLUB

The Science Club was organized in the fall of 1931 with a membership of 25. The membership has greatly increased since this time. Since the organization of this club, it has progressed rapidly. Many Science programs have been given by this club in which students, faculty and outsiders participated.

The Science Club is a member of the Student Science Clubs of America.

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The purpose of the Home Economics Club, with Miss Margaret Sellman as its advisor this year, is to develop personality, leadership, initiative and poise. Attempting to do this, it is our hope that we may simply "serve our community, our schools and our families."

Believing strongly that the Home Economics girls play a great part in the war efforts, we selected as our theme for the year, "Home Economics Girls in Defense." Our speakers included members of the faculty, Mrs. Estelle Smith, Assistant State Home Demonstration Agent, and Miss Catherine T. Dennis, State Supervisor of Home Eco- nomics Education.

HomE Economics club

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mRTHEmRTICS CLUB

Purpose: To show the student- the relation between mathemati' in the world, and his life as a whole.

the greatest tool subject

Officers: Bessie Fay Hunt. President; J. C. Shepherd. Vice-President; Charlotte Wooten, Secretary -Treasurer ; Elizabeth Kittreli, Reporter; Rebecca Pridgen, Tecoan Representative; Dorothy Shearin, Social Chairman; Miss Louise Williams, Adviser.

Members: Aldine Barnhill, Vivian Bass, Charlotte Bordeaux, Gretchen Boswell, Dorothea Boyette, MiUison Bryant, Alton Buck, Edward Bright, Miss Ellen Caldwell, Leslie Chadwick, Nina Cook, Marie Darden, Allie M. Dilday, Annie Lee Eason, Myra Edmundson, Z. W. Frazelle, Miss Maria Graham, Sylvia Green, Bessie Fay Hunt, Sarah Hunter, Eddie Jones, Doris Lamm, Elizabeth Kittreli, Hilda Moore, Elmo Mayo, Rebecca Pridgen, Rachel Robertson, Dorothy Shearin, J. C. Shepherd, Eugene Smith, Doris Stevens, Thelma Stewart, Delia Rose Taylor, Fountain Taylor, Gwendolyn Ward, Miss Louise Williams, Sarah Willson, Charlotte Wooten.

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The a. D. and S. Club serves as a connecting link between the college as it is now and as it was in the past. The students who are daughters and sons of the alumni strive to know the college that their mothers and fathers attended and preserve its history and best traditions and, also, to know it today so as to pass it on to them.

The Club has 60 members this year in comparison with the 25 last year. These meet once a month. The theme of the programs this year has been, "Know Your College." They have been instrumental in helping their fellow-students know the past in several ways. One was by having a booth at the World Student Service carnival dis- playing annuals, magazines, clippings, class records, and having the hostesses wear dresses of yesteryear.

The Alumni Daughters and Sons are always ready to aid the Alumni Association. They have served at an alumni tea, and are helping organize the alumni scrapbook.

The organization is assisted and guided by Miss Mamie Jenkins, faculty adviser and a charter member of our club.

Arline Mercer, President.

THE RLUmni DRUGHTERS RRD sons CLUB

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Dorothy Pearsall, Frances Phelps, Helen Page Johnson, Burchie Smith, Garnette Cordle, Doris Hockaday, Francis Coiner, Willie Mae Daniels, Hazel Harris, Ruby Clifton, Carolyn Dixon, Mary Kate Swain, Inez Simmons, Margie Davis.

Publication at UUork

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The TEco Echo

Plans Fof 1942 , Sorrrrtr Session' JyW '.i)*^ Coirplflf/ WL3'

-enior Class P\ay Vi- -,us Lady " f' 1942 Given To Enth.. ^ience ' "

.>mencement Exercise, '^e Held June i

PUBLICRTIOnS






MEMBERS OF STAFF AT WORK

Christine Hellen, Aum-iMe Editor

Janie Fakes, Editor Anne Poythress, AssociMe Editor

Hazel Yelverton, Butiiiess Stjff

Lois Sessoms, Business Manager

Dot Davis, Business Staff

THE TECORn

Janih Eakes Lois Sessoms

. Edilor-!ii-Chiej B/isitiess ALiihiger

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OF 1943

The staff of the 1943 Tecoan has tried to publish an annual that each member of the Student Body will enjoy. They wish to express their thanks to Mr. B. K. Deighton of the Charlotte Engraving Company and Mr. Frank Fleming of the Lassiter Press in Charlotte.

Also the staff expresses appreciation to Dunbar Studios in Charlotte, Beverly Whitley and Sidney Dunn from the Greenville High School, who took pictures for the annual, and to Dr. E. R. Browning and Dr. R. J. Slay, faculty advisers.

Dorothy Davis. Lois Sessoms, Janie Eakes, Bonnie Davis, Lillian BoYETTE, Christine Hellen, Kathleen Aycock, Doris Hockaday, Anne Poythress, Vivian Yelverton, Hazel Yelverton, Charlotte Elliott.

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Ahoskie, N. C.

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TECO ECHO

Rosalie BROwr EJao,

Harry Jarvis

TECO ECHO STAFF Jean Goggin, Ruby White, Pat Edwards, Bernice Jenkins, Margaret Lewis, Dorothy Pearsall, Helen Page Johnson, Rosalie Brown, Margie Dudley.

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In the face of dictators and aggressors the college press has rolled on during the past year. Former students and members of the staff have taken their places in the armed services of our great country. Some of them have given their lives for the traditions we uphold: Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, and Freedom of the Press. The policy of the Teco Echo has been to print the news of and for the campus and alumni, to give the students what they want by way of features and special columns, and to offer future journalists and teachers experience in news writing.

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Charles Cushman, Business St^ff

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PIECES 0' EIGHT

The trend of thh "Pieces O' Eight" for the past year has been toward the freer acceptance of contribu- tions from among the student body. In this way, we have uncovered much new talent. While providing a healthy escape from the insistent thoughts of war, in parts of our magazine we have, nevertheless, had quite a few thought-provoking and informative articles and stories on this subject. We have tried and shall con- tinue to try, both to broaden and to heighten the out- look of our magazine, and to make it one in whic every student will take an interest.

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Bobbie Lorraine Pritchard

SOCIETIES






OFFICERS Anne Povthress . . . Presidenl Hazel Yelverton . . . Secretary Vivian Yelverton . Vhe-Preiideiit Pat Edwards Treasurer

POE SOCIETY

The Edgar Allan Poe Society has a membership of 140 this year. Our first big feature for the year was to sponsor the Fall Dance. Since the dance came just before Christmas holidays, we used the Christmas theme for the occasion. We were quite proud of our Christmas tree and Santa Claus.

The next feature was at Meredith College. We obtained many good ideas and learned how societies worked.

The Society has also played a part in the war effort by helping in the Red Cross room, helping issue ration books, and buying war stamps.

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Poe Sponsors

Anne Poythress, Helen Thomas, Dot Johnson, Adminta Elire, Camille Jernioan.






OFFICERS Hilda Martin .... President Carol Leigh Humphries, Vice-Piesideni Sadie Ruth Sutton . . . Secreiary Faye Everette .... Tieasnrei

EmERSOn SOCIETY

Throughout the school year 1942-1943 the Ralph Waldo Emer- son Literar)- Society has sought to instill within the minds and hearts of its members a more thorough and deeper appreciation for Emerson - that great essayist and poet I

Evidence of this may be recognized by the programs which we have had in presenting the life of Emerson. Several essays on "Manners," "Giving" and "Love" were discussed and each member was urged to read at least one of these essays during the year. At a number of regular meetings, quotations from Emerson have been read by mem- bers in answer to the roll call.

The success of the Emerson Society may also be recognized by the efficiency and cooperation with which the annual winter dance was sponsored, having had the motive for the dance in memory of George Washington.

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Emerson Sponsors

Blanche Crisp, Jane Vann, Hilda Martin, Mary Bryan, Nell McCullen.






OFFICERS

Aline Cade Secieiary

DoROTHv Davis .... PresiJeiii DOROTHINE Massev . V he-Pyesideiil Gretchen Webster . . Treas/irei

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The Lanier Literary- SocIET^.. named for the loved poet Sidney Lanier, speaks for itself in its motto; "To know the clever, good and wise, but haunt the lonesome heights of art."

The object of this society is to further the mental, moral and social development of each member, and to create a greater love for the best in literature, music and art.

This year the Lanier's entire program has been directed toward the war effort. Aside from giving individual time and help to the Red Cross, they have also purchased two war bonds. In keeping with the victory idea, they sponsored a lovely spring dance during the latter part of spring quarter, put on in patriotic style.

The year 1942-43 has proven to be a big year for the Laniers. The big family has had a wonderful time together and has ended a very successful year.

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Lanier Sponsors

Dorothy Davis, Betty Batson, Helen Massey, Zalia Carowan,






:) A. Hank.ner and Coach John- Christenbi

RTHLETICS

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Evelyn Lewis, Ruth Bostian, Doney Jones, Lois Sessoms, Elna Powell, Harry Javis; Chief Cheerleader, Charles

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VRRSITY CLUB

The Varsity Club is made up of men students who ha\e earned a letter in one or more inter- collegiate sports. However, due to there being no such activities this year, only seven new members have been taken in, last year's lettermen in baseball and tennis.

This year's activities consisted of checking coats and hats for the President's Birthday Ball; the customary mid-winter square dance to which every- body was in\ ited ; and the annual formal dance which was held in March instead of May.

The Varsity Club awards each member a ring in his senior year. This year ten rings were awarded.

Due to so many fellows going into the service, this may be the one club that will not be active until after the war, but we are sure that when things are straightened out "over there," East Carolina Teachers' College will again prosper suc- cessfully in Athletics and the Varsity Club will be larger than ever.

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Vice-Preiidetlt Secrelary-Trejuirer






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miRRmURRL

Due to the war conditions. East Carolina Teachers Col- lege did not have a Varsity Basketball team this year. How- ever, they did ha\e Intramural teams.

During the Basketball season, the four intramural teams played games each week in the gymnasium.

Robert Young, Caput

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BRSKETBRLL

Besides the weekly Intramural games, the Basketball teams did play two varsity games with Atlantic Christian College in Wilson, North Carolina, in which they were defeated in both.

Basketball, and probably all other ath- letics, will be only intramural until after the war, but these teams are building up much school spirit.

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Douglas Jones

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William "Hank" Council Piicher

Richard Gauldin Piuher

William Stanfield Johnson Piuber

Warren Aldridge Pitcher

Brant Waters Shoyt Stop

Bill Lucas Manager

BRSEBRLL

Coach Christenbury

Charles Futrell, Cjpui

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WiLEV Brown Ce!7/er Field

Ray Sisk Catcher

Robert Young Rjohi Field

Norman Mayo Left Field

W. B. Harris First Base

Sammie Crandall Right Field

Baseball Team.

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Miss Dorothy Parks, Our Giadnif,

In vou we placed our trust for guidance into undertakings which were difficult for us - the inexperienced. You have never "let us down" or refused your capable assistance when we needed you. We could never have succeeded without you. The memories of you will always be cherished ones.

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uuomRn's athletic RSSOciRTion

The Woman's Athletic Association is one of the most outstanding organizations on cur campus. We have contributed to the National Bond Drive, the In- fantile Paralysis Campaign, and sponsored the World Student Service Fund.

Under the direction of our Adviser, Miss Dorothy Parks and our President, Louise Lindsay, we have had a ver}' successful year. The annual dance and beach trip were highlights of the year.

The Association sponsors an intramural program consisting of field hockey, soccer, volley ball, basket- bail, Softball, tennis, archery, hiking and individual sports.

Each sport is climaxed by the selection of an honor- ar)' varsity.

I ' - I i I . : . President

i\li.^r 1 biji kilt. Secretary

Pkarl House, Vice-President

Ruth Hall, Treastirer

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Virginia Knowles

Grace Westbrook

Dorothy Pefl

Esther Mae Parker

Virginia Lee Bledsoe

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TEnnis

One of thf major spring sports at East Carolina Teachers' College is Tennis. Most of the W. A. A. girls participate in this sport. Pictured above are the girls who make up the Varsity Tennis Team.

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Softball, too, is a major spring sport at East Carolina Teachers' College. Pictured is the Varsity Softball Team.

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Virginia Lee Bledsoe Virginia Knowles Dorothy Peel Eunice Herring Father Mae Parker

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Frances Leggett

Annie Britton Bartholemew

Mary Louise Lindsay

Pearl House

Dixie Chappell

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Nell Louise Murphy

Mary Anna Brown

Frances Leggett

Bonnie Davis

Annie Britton Bartholemew

Adminta Eure

Virginia Lee Bledsoe

Jane Beachum

Claire Jenkins

Esther Mae Parker

Ernestine Vinson

Field Hockey

Grace ^X'ESTBROoK Amanda Etheridge

Louise Lindsay

Esther Mae Parker

Verna Carraway

Eunice Herring

Justine Gurley

Pearl House

Nell Louise Murphy

Frances Leggett

Virginia Knowles

Dorothy Peel

Virginia Lee Bledsoe

Soccer

Virginia Knowles

Dorothy Shearin

Virginia Lee Bledsoe

Frances Leggett

Dixie Chappell

Lucy Winston

Dorothy Peel

Eunice Herring

Nell Louise Murphy

Amanda Etheridge

Louise Lindsay Esther Mae Parker

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Virginia Knowles

Frances Leggett

Virginia Lee Bledsoe

Amanda Etheridge

Lillian Boyette

Nancy Wynne

Louise Lindsay

Justine Gurley

Eunice Herring

Jane Beachum

Dorothy Peel

Pearl House

Volley Ball

Lucy Winston

Eunice Herring

Esther Mae Parker

Virginia Lee Bledsoe

Virginia Knowles

Louise Lindsay

Amanda Etheridge

Dorothy Shearin

Dixie Chappell

Frances Leggett

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^lie features for tlie 1943 ^ecoan were elected bit f/ie J^eiitor L^tass as the six most outstaiiaiiicj Seniors. ^Iieir canat>ilitif. leaders/iip. Sc/ioiarstiip. ae- penaatnlitij ana personaiitii u/ere tal^en into consideration.

FERTURES

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Since Miss Rise Stevens was one of the most outstanding personalities which appeared on our campus, we have chosen her to introduce our features.






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Wilmington, N. C.

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Franklinton, N. C.

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Wilmington, N. C.

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How'd You Do it, Colonel?

"V" for Victorv.

Hope it Doesn't Go Off!

The "Jirines" Have Landed.

Inseparable.

Fleming Hall Girls. We Got it on Them. It Would Rain ! In a Hurry. Priorities on Parade. Beauties at Study.

Now, Now - Girls! Such Affection. Marine Hunting. Just a Crowd. Stretched Out.

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Watch Out, Hazel! Three of a Kind. Bringing Up the Rear. Must Be the Convertibli

How They Love Teacher. Father and Family. Ain't Truckin' Any More. Pretty Snow?!! A Bit Nosey!

Ain't We Cute? Flying Secretary. T\x'o Men - Wow ! ! ! ! ! E. C. T. C.'s Triplets.

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Thh Slhi.ping Beauty? Where's the Food? Cute Teddy Bear!

Happy Birthday Not Sick? Some Dreams.

Two of the Family. Smooch Gallery. Imagine.

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Some Shooting! The Red Head. Just Posing. Studious - Maybe ?

It Must Be Spring.

Sho' 'Nuff.

"Gwen."

Inez.

Cute Girl.

Pat and Pup. "Mid." Happy .^ Plain Ole Sue.

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ESTELLE AND JeROME,

Bob and Nancy. Mickey and Jimmy. Helen and Bill.

Mid and Rudy. Doug and Ruthie. Bill and Ruth. Martha and George.

Shorty and Jack. Beatryce and Earle. Robert and Roena. Joe and Kathryn.

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Handsome. Beautiful Legs. Some Sport!

Waiting I

Second Childhood. Need a Teacher? Sweet Little Charlie.

Big Fish. "Fresh." "Colonel.

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TO THE

GRADUATES OF 1943

We Are Proud of Your Accomplishment!

May Your Future Be Filled With Success and Happiness!

Belk-Tyler Company

"Eastern Carolina's Shopping Center" GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

BEST JEWELRY COMPANY

"Eastern Carolina's Leading Jeweler"

Established 1901 QUALITY . . . VALUE . . . SERVICE

"Your Jewelers"

Save and Have

HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

403 Evans Street GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

The College Stationery Store

and

Soda Shop

L^ongratuiati

Congratulations and Best Wishes from

427 Evans Street "Greenville's Finest Drug Store"

"Bowl for Health's Sake" - AT -

GREENVILLE HEALTH CENTER

H. B. SOMMER, Manager

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ROUSE PRINTERY

Office Supplies . . . Stationery Printing . . . Engraving

STOP!

WILLIAM'S

The Ladies' Store GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Congratulotions to

Seniors of 1943

GREENVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Compliments of

SUNSHINE CLEANERS

J. C. YOUNGBLOOD, Proprietor GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Keep Trim

PALACE BARBER SHOP

For the Best

In Foods HONEYCUTT'S MARKET

Compliments of

GREENVILLE WHOLESALE CANDY CO.

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Congratulation Seniors

and

For Your Health's Soke LIVE BETTER . . . LIVE ELECTRICALLY

GREENVILLE UTILITIES COMMISSION

The Best Hot Dogs in Town

DIXIE LUNCH

Compliments of

ROSES' 5, 10 & 25c STORE

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Where Southern

Hospitality Blends

With An Air of

Refinement

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Congratulations From

WHITE CHEVROLET CO.

LAUTARES BROS.

. . . JEWELERS . . . Watches, Jewelry, China Gifts - Watch and Clock Repairing -

SCOTT'S DRY CLEANERS

One Block Back ot Post Office

... We Satisfy . . .

PAUL A. SCOTT, Mgr. GREENVILLE, N. C.

East Carolina's Finest and Most GomplGte Department Store

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GREENVILLE FLORAL COMPANY

one 2827 315 Cotanche St.

COBURN'S SHOES, INC.

"Your Shoe Store"

400 Evans Street ENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

TAKE A TIP!

DRINK A TIP!

TIP BOTTLING COMPANY

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

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DUNBAR STUDID

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

OFFICIAL PHDTDGRAPHERS

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The 1943 TECDAN

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CHARLOWE ENGRAVING CO.

Cha riotte. North Ca rol ina

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