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The Tecoan 1944

Date: 1944 | Identifier: 50-01-1944
1944 Tecoan, yearbook of East Carolina Teachers College. The Tecoan, the first yearbook published by the students of East Carolina Teachers College, debuted in 1923. The name of the yearbook changed to the Buccaneer in 1953. The Buccaneer was published until 1990, with a two year suspension in publication from 1976-1978. more...
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THE TECOAN 1944






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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE

GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

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FOREWORD

We submit to you the 1944 Tecoan so that in years to come you may pause to look backward - to reminisce as you grow older. We have attempted to portray life of the college and we hope that these portrayals will recall to you scenes that have become closely inter- twined in your lives - and we hope, too, that they will cause you to relive the joyful days of college life at your dear Alma Mater.











DEDICATION

To Miss Ruth White the students dedi- cate the 1944 Tecoan. The nature of her duties has brought her into contact with everyone of the students and it has been through her understanding, good judg- ment, and fairness to all that the students have learned to know, love, and respect her. She has been an inspiration to many and her splendid personality will always be a part of East Carolina Teacher's College.






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IN MEMORIAM

We dedicate this page to the memory of William "Smut" Burks whom we will always remember for his outstanding leadership on the campus of East Carolina Teacher's College and, above all, for his winning personality.

Boi>! March 26, 1921

Died February 3, 1944






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You HAVE BEEN TAUGHT to solve some hard problems while you have been with us. We trust that the power gained in the solution of these problems will enable you to overcome many of the difficulties which today confront both nations and in- dividuals; some of these are the conquering and holding in check the arch enemies of freedom; the rehabilitation of wounded and war-worn soldiers and the reconstruction of a devastated world; the building up of an economic system that will prevent wars. The world is yours to fashion as you see fit. You have youth, ambition, training, tolerance, faith, devo- tion, and perseverance. May success be yours.

Leon R. Meadows, President.

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ADMINISTRATION

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

"One Hfe 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

Patriotism must transcend selfishness and personalities. Loyalty must surpass expediency and personal ambition. Truth must ever be the paramount factor in the realization of freedom. Unbiased convictions based upon truth, honesty, and sincerity must be the sole s^uide of human life.

DR. HERBERT ReBARKER






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Dr. Lucile Turner

Direction of liistriiclioii

English

Miss Mamie E. Jenkins English

Miss Lois Grigsby English

Dr. Meredith N. Posey English

Dr. Denver E. Baughan English

Dr. Herbert ReBarker

Director of Instruction Al^itheinatici

Dr. B. B. Brandt Science

Dr. W. S. DeLoach

Science

Dr. Mary Caughey Science

Miss Emma L. Hooper English

Miss Mary H. Green English

Miss Louise Williams

Alcilhen/Jtics

Dr. Ronald J. Slay

Director of Instruction

Science

Dr. Christine Wilton Science

Miss Helen Finch Nursery School






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SENIOR OFFICERS

Dave Owens PiesiJeiit

Dorothy Pearsall Vice-President

Mildred Johnson Secretary

Marcarette Ricks Treasurer






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Lela Adams .... Blounts Creek, N. C. English- SuciJ Scitnc;

Jessilu AAtAN .... Jacksonville, N. C.

Primary

Ruth Y. Alliin

. Creedmoor, N. C.

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Edna Earle Averetth . . . Oxford, N. C.

Priwjr) Campbell Collese, 1, 2; V. W. C. .\., :i, 1; li. S. U. Couiuil.

Jennie C. Alston .... Louisburt;, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Aldine Barnhill .... Greenville, N. C Commerce and Mathematics

Viola Alston Louisburg, N. C.

English - History

LouKsbutg College. 1, 2: Y. W. C. A.. 3; Y. D. C, 3. 4: In ternational Relations Club, -t; Emerson Society, 3, 4; W. A. \.. 3. 4.

Annie Bartholomew . . Spring Hope, N. C.

Ph)\ii.il Ed :u. II ion and Commerce

: W. A. A., 1. 2. 3. 4: Head of \V. A. A.. 4; Alpha lota Sorority. I; Y. W. C. A.. 2: Secretary iiior Superlative.






Helen Louise Bl

Mars Hill College, 1, 2; Y. \V. C. A.. 3. 4. Cabinet. 4: sociation for Childhood Education, t; Lamer Society. Gotten House Committee. 4; B. S. I'. Council. 4; Sei Class Representative for Tecoan.

Alma Gray Bowden . . . Portsmouth, V.i Home Economic'^ and Social Science






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Kathryn Lassiter Bovd . . Jackson, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club. 1. 2; Science Club. 1. 2, 3; A Cappella Choir, 1, 2; Y. W. C. A., 2. 3; Metliodist Student Coumil. 3; Young I>emc)crat Club. 2, 3; W. A. A.. 1.

Lillian Maitland Boyette . . Ahoskie, N. C.

Primary

W. C. U. N. C, l; W. A. A.. 2. 3, 4. Secretary, 3: Tecoan Representative, i; Association of Childhood Education, 3, 4: Child Welfare Chairman, 4; M. S. A.. 2. 3, 4, Executive Board, 3, President, 4; Associate Business Manager Tecoan, 3, 4; President Student Cooperative Government Associa- tion, Summer, 3; Drum Major, 2, 3; Interfaith Council, 4, Secretary, 4; Glee Club, 4; Entertainment Committee, 4; Varsity Basketball, 2; Senior Superlative. Features, Who's Who Among Students in .\merican Universities and Colleges.

Norma Lyde Brown . . Beaulaville, N. C.

Commerce and Social Science

Rosalie Brown .... Greenville, N. C.

English and Music

M. S. A., Cabinet, 1; Poe Society. 1. 2. :!, i, Ufpinter. 2; Society Contest Play, 1; Ten. A'./,.., i. -, .1. i. Eilitor-iu- Chief. 3. As.<!Ociate Editor. 4: Ci.lh'u-e Mar^lial. i; Glee Club, 1. 2, 3. 4; Band. 2, .'I; Chi I'i I'Iisli^. I. 1. :l. t, I'lihlidty Manager, porf

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Virginia Dare Britton .

Grammar

Pendleton, N. C.

Georgia Bunch

Hobbsville, N. C.

Frances Brown Wilson, N. C.

Music and fliitory

Emily Burns Goldston, N. C.

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Mary Virginia Butt .... Aurora, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Yimiig Demoiiat Club, 1, 2, 3; Emerson Society, 3, \: Y, W. C. A., 1. 2; W. A. A., 1, 2; Home Economics Club. 1, :! : Interfaith Council, 4; President Episcopal Auxiliary, 4; Member Episcopal Auxiliary, 1, 2, 3; Social Science Fra- ternity, 4; Proctor, 3.

Ella Carawan . . . Swan Quarter, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Home Economics Club. I, 2, 3. 4. Secretary, 3; Lanier So- ciety, 3. 4; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 2, 3, 4; Big Sister, 3.

MuRLi-: Tucker Chapman

Primary

Griffon, N. C.

Dixie Chappell

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. . Belvidere, N. C. and History

W. A. A., 2, 3, 4, Cabinet. 4; Varsity Soccer and Field Hockey, 3; Commerce Club, 2, 3. 4; Y. W. C. A.. 1, 2, 4; International Relationship Clul). 2. 3, 4; Women's Judiciary, Treasurer. 4; Poe Society, 1. 2, 4; Pi Omega Fraternity, 3, 4.

Emma Grace Clark

Everetts, N. C.

Verna Carraway .... Goldsboro, N. C.

Science and Physical Education

Nell Louise Carter . . . Hobbsvilie, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Lanier Society, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President, 4; Young Democ Club, 2; Y. W. C. A., 2. 3. 4; Association of Cliildlii Education, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America. 4: Alui Daughters and Sons, 1, 2, 3. 4.

Sallie Marie Cobb . . . Merry Hill, N. C.

History and English

Y. W. C. A., 1. 2; International Relations Club. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President. 3. President, 4; English Club, 2. 3; Student Cooperative Council, 4,






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Elwanda Coker .... Whitakers, N. C.

Comniercf and Physicjl Edtu\il!u

RoENA Elizapeth Collins . . Angier, N. C.

English and Social Science

A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A.. 3. 4; W. A. A.. 3; Young Democrat Club, 2; Alumni Sons and Daughter.'*. 1, 2, 3, 4; Publicity Committee, 4; English Club, 1, 2. 3. 4, President, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Student Co- operative Government Association, 4; Lanier Society. 1, 2, 3, 4: Phi Sigma Pi, 4.

Garnette Cordle .... Seaboard, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Chi Pi Players, 1: Glee Club, 1, 2; Editorial Staff Pieces O' Eight, 2; Business Staff Teco Echo, 2; Dormitory Proctor, 2; Business Manager Pieces O' Eight, 3, 4; Secretary Y. D. ('., 3: Social Conunittee. 3: Business .Manager Handbook, 4; Publications Board, 3. 4.

Mar^i' El MA Co:

Goldsboro, N. C.

Nina H. Cook Lenoir, N. C.

Mathematics and English

Mathematics Club, 2, 3, 4: Teen Echo Reporter, 4; English Club, 2, 3: W. A. A., 2: Y. W. C. A., 2, 3, 4; Big Sister, 3: Fleming Hall House Council, 4; H<iuse and Grounds Com-

Mar")- Alice Cozart

Oxford, N. C.

Mildred Copeland .... Hertford, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A., 1. 2; l.aniei Society, l, 2; 4-H Club, 3: Y. W. A.. 1, 2, 3; V. W. A. Council, 3; \V. A. A.. 2.

Elizabeth Creech .

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Doris Crosby Marie Darden

Dorotliy Rae Davis Kutli Davis

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Doris Crosby Wilson, N. C.

Pnm.,y

Y. W. V. A.. 1. .-.; Assdi-iation of ChiliMiood Kiliu-ation, 1. .. :i, l; Emerson Society. 1. 2, 3. 1; Marslial. 2; W. A. A., 1, -1.

Maril' Dardi-n Kenly, N. C.

AUlhenhilici iUid. Commerci:

Bonnie Davis Micro, N. C.

Grammar

Doris Davis Goldsboro, N. C.

English and Social Science

Bonnie Davis Doris Davis

Kreeila Davis Lucille Davis

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Dorothy Rae Davis . . . Seaboard, N. C.

Grammar

Tim Kriiij Representative, 1; College Marshal. 2, 3: Lanier Society. I, 2. 3, t. President. 8; Associate Business Manager Tecoan. 2, 3; Publication Board. 4; Business Manager Te- COAX. 4; Young Democrat Club. 2. 3; W. A. A.. 2. 3; Col- lege Social Committee. 2; Chi Pi Players, 1.

Ruth Davis PikeviUe, N. C.

Grammar Y. W. C. A.. 3, 4; "Y" Cabinet. 4: Lanier Society. 3. 4. Secretary, 4; Social Committee. 4; Big Sister. 3: M. S. A.. 1, 2. 3.

Freeda Davis Mt. Olive, N. C.

Primary

Lucille Davis Farmville, N. C

Commerce and French Peace Junior College. 1. 2: Commerce Club. 2. 3.






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Annadelle Dawson .... Dunn, N. C.

Hume Economics jnd Soci.il Science

Pansie Deal Asheville, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Margie Dudley

Greenville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Tito Eriiii, 1, 2, 3, i. Associate Editor, 2. 3. 4; Clii I'i, 1, ; .1. I. Reporter, 1, 3, Vice-President, 2; Co-Editor Pierfs ( Eiiiht. 1: student Cooperative Council. 4; Y. W. C. A., 3, I Marslijil, 1: Feature. 1: Tecoan. 4; Poe Society, I; Youn Demoinit (lull, ;) ; Publication Board, 4; Who's M'lio Anion .^itudents in Anicricnn Universities and Colleges.

WiLMA Dean Oxford, N. C.

Gr.,mm.,r

Espy Eakins Ivanhoe, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Home Kauiomics Club, 2. 3, I; W. A. A.. 3, I.

Doris Edwards Chicod, N. C.

Hnlory and Science

Rachel Dixon .... New Bern, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Annie Kate Evans .... Clinton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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Hazll Grav Evans . . Greenville, N. C.

English and HiMury

Ai.iCH Ferrell Clayton, N. C.

Englhh and H'ntory

Helen Flynn .... Washington, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Young Democrat Club. 1, 2. 3; Home Economics Club, 1. 2: Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, Z: Junior "Y" Cabinet; Senior "Y" Cabi- net. !. S: nel. -nte to Bine RirtKe. 2; W. A. A., 1. 2. 4; Kni.'i^.iii .si.(i(i\. 1. !. :i. i; Clii I'i Players. 2, 3. 4, Vice- rrc-il. Ill I: ( Miii,-~t i'l;i>. ._* : Iludiret Committee. I: Social CntMiiiiii.. _' \\ Mni.ins .student (iovernment. 3; House I'r.'M.l.iii, :i: ( .mitesy Canl Ciiminittee, 3, Chairman. 4; Stu-

4 ; Cla.ss Secretary. 3 ; Senior Class Council Representative. 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Beatrice Forrest

Winterville, N. C.

Amy Amanda Floyd . . . Barnesvilie, N. C.

Commerce and English Y. W. C. A., 1 ; Young Democrat Club, 1 ; Lanier Society, 2 ; Commerce Club. 2, 3, 4. President, 4; Alpha Iota Sorority, 2. 3: Pi Ornega Pi Fraternity, 4; Big Sister, 3; Student Co- operative Council, 4; Corresponding Secretary Alpha lota Sorority, 3; Social Chairman Commerce Club, 3.

Marjorie Fitzgerald .... Selma, N. C. Primary

Margaret Gerock

3 ; Big Sister, 3, 4 ; Associate Busi'n

Maysville, N. C.

Jessie B. Gooden .... Clarkton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3; Science Club. 3; Y. W. C. A., 3; Poe Society, 3; Vice-President Women's Judiciary, 3; \'ice-President Jarvis Forensic Club, 3.

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Lucv I-'OARD Greene . . . Mocksville, N. C.

Grammjr Lanier Siidety. 1. 2; A. C. E.. 2; Future Teachers of Auur

Edna Harrell

WiImin^ton, N. C.

Margaret Pugh Harden . . Windsor, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Poe Society, 1, 2. .1, t; Marshal, 4; Home Econoiiiios Club. 1, 2. 3: y. W. C. A., 1. 2: Young Democrat Club, 1, 2, 3: Social Science Fraternity, 4; Pieces 0' Eit/ht. .s, t; Inter- Society Committee, 4.

Myrtle Harris .... Greenville, N. C.

Primary LouisbiMK. I. i: Y. W. C. A.; A.ssocialion of tluldliood Lilu-

JANE P. Hardee .... Greenville, N. C.

Milb and English Poe Society, 1 ; Matliematics Club, 1 ; Young Democrat Club, I: M. S. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Student Committee, 4: Vice- President Day Student Committee, 4: Student Cooperative

RosALiN Harris ArcoKi, N. C.

Primary

Frances Hargrove Dunn, N. C.

Commerce and Social Science

WiLMA Leigh Hart .... Virgiiina, Va.

Ml/sic and Social Science

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Mary Alici-: Hastings . . . Camden, N. C.

Honii. EcDniimic .ind Social Science

V. W. C. A., l; lIiiiiR- K.ciioMiiis Club, 3; Lanier Swiety. I. %. t; Alunuii DMiiKlitels iiriil Sciiis, 2.

Vera Hastings Camden, N. C.

Iris ELiZABnTH Hi-rring . . . Watha, N. C.

Primary

Alumni Dauglite

Mary Herring Warsaw, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Laura Hearne .... Greenville, N. C.

Commerce and English Band. 1, 2, 3. I. Secretary-Treasurer, -l: ()rrlu-;trM, 1, -l: Alpha lota Sororitv. Zeta Delta Cliapl.-r, :i. i ; Ti:u Eilm Reporter. 1; Associate Editor Teoian. :i. i ; Si-<rctai\ Treas- urer Day Student Committee, i; I'i (Innsii Pi Kr.il.Tiiitv. I.

Betsy Hobgood .... Greenville, N. C. Commerce and English

Christine Hellen

Greenville, N. C.

Primary

Treasurer, 1 ; Tecoan Representative. 2, 3 ; Clii Pi Players. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer, 2: "Little Black Sambo." 2: Senior Play. 3: Student Council, 3; Poe Society, 1, 4: Associate Editor Tecoan, 3, Editor-in-Chief. 4; Publication Board, 4; Young Democrat Club, 1, 2, 3; Association of Childhood Education. 4; B. S. U. Council, 4; Senior Superlative; Who's Wlio Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.

Doris Hockaday Raleigh, N. C.

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Genevihvi- Hodgin . . . Goldsboro, N. C.

Afiisic and Grammar

Sybil Horton Louisburg, N.

Home Ecnnomia .md Socul Science

Anne Holloman

Aulander, N. C.

Helen Lorraine House . . . Bethel, N.

Home Economics and Social Science

Louise Holloman .... Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary

Carol Leigh Humphries . . Woodsdale, N.

Grammar

Ophelia Hooks

WhiteviUe, N. C.

History

Chi Pi Players, 1. 2. 3. 4. President. 2. 3. Co-Stage Manager, 2, 3, Co-Publicity Manager. 2; Co-Stage Manager Senior Plaj . 2. 4; Co-Stage Manager .Martha." 3; English Club, 3; .Y. D. C 2, 3; Representative State Student Legislature, 1; State Contest Play, 2.

Lillian Hunter .... Beulaville, N.

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Y. W. C. A.. 2. 3; A.ssiK-iation of Childhood Kilucation, 1; Future Teachers of Amrrica, il, I: \V. A. A, 3. 4; Lai Society, 2, 3.











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Margaret Liles Lilesville, N. C.

Commerce and English llrevard C'olles:e. I; Commerce Club, 2, 3, I.

Janice Lister .... Elizabeth City, N. C.

E/iglish and French

Lanier Society, 1, 2, 3, I; English Club, 3, 4; SiKin:i Pi Alpli.i, 3, -1.

Evelyn Lyon Ayden, N. C,

Primary

Association of Cbildliood Education, 3, 1; V. W. C. A.. 4: l.anier Society. 4.

Anne Mabry Norwood, N. C.

Primary

V. W. C. A., 1. 2, 4; Association of Cliildliooil Educvition, I; VoniiK Democrat Club, 2, 3; B. S. U., 2.

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Ellen Carlton Maddrey . . Seaboard, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Glee Club. 1, 2, 3 ; Young Democrat Club, 2, 3; Home Eco- nomics Club, 1, 2, .3, 4: Science Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Associate Eiiitor Tecoan, 2; Circulation Manager Pieces O' Eiqlit, 4; I'oe Society, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A., l. 2; Superlative.

LoNA Maddrey

Seaboard, N. C.

Bobbie Lou Martin . . . Fayetteville, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Elnora Louise Mason

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AtLintic, N. C.

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MvRTLE Gray Massengill . Four Oaks, N. C.

Annie Pearl McDonald, Jackson Springs, N. C.

Primary

Charlotte Maithews .... Apex, N. C.

Home Economici and Science

Ruth McHan . . Winston Salem, N. C.

Primary

B. S. U. CounciL 1. 2. 3: V. W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Association of Childhood Education, 2, 3. I: Clioir, 2. 3: Teen Eilm Kepiesentative. 4.

Hiram Ma-io Mesic, N. C.

Mjlhemalici and Science

Jean McKinnon .... Mt. Gilead, N. C.

Hume Economics .wJ Science

Elsie McCain Newport, N. C.

Home Econ mia and Social Science Peace College, 1; Home KciiTioinics Cliih. :i. ^.

Nora Meiggs Camden, N. C.

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Doris Moore

Spring Hope, N. C.

FioRiNE Morris Atlantic, N. C.

English and Hhlory Uuke liiiversity. 1. 2; Lanier Society, 3, t; KiikMsIi CIuIj,

Lorraine Morrill Moore

Primary

Falkland, N. C.

Marguerite Move

Snow Hill, N. C.

Mari- Sue Moore

Greenville, N. C.

Gladys Munford Kenly, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

and Sons, 2, 3; Home Economics Club, .): W. A. A., Campus Representative on College Board of Maden Senior Superlative.

Esther Morca>

Lillington, N. C.

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Frances Elizabeth Newbv . Hertford, N. C.

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Blonnie Odum .... Swansboro, N. C.

Primary Association of Childliood Education. 2. I; W. .\. A., i. 3; V. W. r. A.. 3: follcKe Choir. 2.

Sue Parker Pollocksville, N. C.

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Rebecca Anne Perry . . . Louisburg, N. C.

Grammar

Y. W. C. A.. 2, 3, +; W. A. A., 4; Future Teacliers of Amerira, 3, 4. President, 4: Student Cooperative Council, 4; B. S. U, Council, 4.

Edna Powell Smithfield, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Annie Moore Piner . . Marshaliburt;, N. C.

Frances Jean Ratcliff . . . Pantego, N, C.

Honie Economics and Social Science

I'oe Society, 1, 2, .!, 4; Senior \. w. C. A., C.ibiiief, 3. Publicity Chairman, 3; M. S. A. ( aliinct. .! ; Home Econom- ics Club, 1, 2, .3, 4, Publicitv Cbaiiniaii, .1; Poster Bureau, 4.

Christine Pleasant .... Angier, N. C Nell Branpon Reavis . . Yadkinville, N. C.

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Edna Louise Powell

Enfield, N. C.

Sarah Helen Register . . Wilmington, N. C.

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Viola Register .... Ft. Barnwell, N. C.

Grammar

Young Democrat Club. 1; Y. W. C. A., t: Krner.<i)n So ciety, 4; Future Teacher.s- of America. 1. 2. :i. I. Trea.-iurer. 2. Secretan'. 3: Big .Sister. .1.

Marcarette Ricks Selma, N. C.

Home Economics and Socul Science

I'iiielaiul Junior Colhiri-. i, J: V. W. C. A., 3. 4; Home Economics Club. :i. i, I r, :i~iii.i , smiimer. 3; International Relations Club. ;!. i: ill i luii :: i. Reporter, -l; Lanier Society, 4; House (.uiit, il, i, I li-~ I'reasurer. 4; B. S. I'.

Elizabeth Roberts . . Willow Springs, N. C.

Home Economics jnj Scene,

Frances Roberts . . . Yanceyville, N. C.

Home Economics and Smut Science

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Grace Robfrson . . . Robersonville, N. C.

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Young Democrat Club. 1: Glee Club. 2; W. A. A.. 2: Emer- son Society. 2, 3; Lanier Society. 4; A.ssociation of Cliild- booil Educaticm. 1; Y. W. C. A.. 4: Big Sister. 4.

Maribelle Robertson

Greenville, N. C.

English and Commerce Y. D. C. 1. 2; Glee Club. 1. 2. 3; Band. 1. 2. 3: Orchestra. 1. 2: English Club. 1, 2. 3. 4; Commerce Club. 4: Sophomore

Class lieasurcr; AssiK-iate Editor Tr-o Kilui. 2. :i. Kditor-

MAR^. Ann Rogers . . Fuquay Springs, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Mrs. Helen Thomas Rollins . Corinth, N. C.

Foreign Language and English Y. W. C. A.. I. 2. 3: Choir. 1: Poe Society. 1. 2. 3; Marshal.

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Alma Rouse Kinston, N. C.

Dorothy Sasser

Wilmington, N. C.

Virginia Rouse

Greenville, N. C.

Band, 1, 2; Vouns Democrat Club. 1, 2; Clii Pi Players, 1, 2; Orchestra, >: Choir. 2; Cliairniaii House ami Grounds Com- mittee, i: Association of Childhood Education, 4; Poster

Mar JORIE RowE Ayden, N. C.

Commerce and Social Science

Emerson Society, 2. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2. 3; Zcta Do'ta Chapter of Alpha Iota. 2. 3; Pi Omefra Pi Fraternity. 4; Commerce Club, 1. 2. 3; Budget Committee, 4.

Kathhrine Russell .... Biscoe, N. C.

Commerce and Ennli^b

Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3. 1. C.ihiiict. 3: Chairman World Fel- lowship; Commerce Cluti, i. _'. 3. I; Alpha Iota Soroiitw 2. 3. 4; Chaplain. 3; Historian, t: Pi (lmc^M I'i Fraternity, i; Chi Pi Players. 1. 2; Knslish Clnl>. i. 2. 3. t; P. .^. A.. 1. 2.

Gra,

Y. \V. C. A.. 2. 3. 4. Secretary. 2; Representative to an liiter-Uacial Conference of tlie Y. W. C. A., 2; House Presi- dent, 3; B. S. U. Council. 2. 3. 4; Editor Key. 3: Lanier Society. 2. 3; Choir, 1. 2; Cilee Club. 3, 4: "Martha"; Chairman Social Committee, 4; College Marslial. 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Dorothy Payne Shearin . Warrenton, N. C.

Mathematics and Physical Education Mathematics Club. 1. 2. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A.. 1, 2, 3; Junior "Y" Cabinet, 1; W. A. A.. 1, 2, 3. 4; Softball, Varsity, 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey. Varsity. 2. 3; Soccer, Varsity, 2, 3; Head of Soccer, 2; Treasurer Women's Student Government. 2; House President. 3. 4; Assistant Head Basketball. 4; Young Democrat Club, 1.

Mary Beth Sheffield . . . Rosehill, N. C.

French and English Meredith College. 1; English Club, 3, 4.

Lexington, N. C.

and Science

J. C. Shepherd .

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SCNIORC

Alma E. Simmons .... Greenville, N. C.

Engliih and French

Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3\ Youns Democrat Club. 1. 2; Lanier Society. 2, 3; SiKiiia Plii Alplia. :, 2. 3: Enslisli Club. I. 2, 3, Treasurer, 3; M. S. A.. 1. 2. 3: Chairman World Friend- ship. 3.

Eris Stallings ... . Jamesville, N. C.

Home Economia '"id SoaJ Science

Annii; Audrev Stevenson . . Palmyra. N. C.

Martha Spenci

Fuquay Springs, N. C.

M. S. A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3. \. Cabinet. 3; : Kcononnes Ciub. 2. 3. 4: Science Club, 2. 3. 4. Prcs l; House Committee, 4.

Ruth Spencer .... Washington, N. C.

Commerce Mid PhyucM Educaliun

Helen Marie Stone . . . Reidsviile, N. C.

Grammar

Y. W. C. A., 1. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer. 3. President. 4: Future Teachers of America. 2. 3. 4, President, 3; Student Coopera- tive Council. 4; Interfaith Council. 4: M. S. A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Program Committee. 2; Senior Superlative; Who's Who .\mong Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Betty Lee Spruill . . . Greenville, N. C. Home Economics and Science

Alice Stovall Stovall, N. C.

Home Economics and Science






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Ji:an Strickland .... Fayetteville, N. C.

Primary Edii

Loui.sburs ColleKe. 1; E. C. T. C, 2. 3. 1; Band. i. :i ()rclie,stra. 3; A Cappella Choir. 3: Woman's Choru.s Mixed Cliorus. i.

Frances Belle Tunstal

Geraldine TA^.LOR . . . Greenville, N. C.

Engliib and Commerce

.Vlplia Irita, -'. .1, Si'cretarv, 3. Vice-Pre,sident. 2; I'i Omega I'i, I. rresident. I; Vimng Democrat Club. 1; Comiiierte Chih. 1. 2, 3, I: Tfco Erhn Representative. 1: EnRlisli Clnb.

Grace Taylor

Jacksonville, N. C.

Association of Cliildliood Education. 1. 2. 3: B. S. U cil, 3; y. W. A., 3: Clii Pi Plavers, 1: Y. W. C. A.. A. A.. 3; Jarvis Forensic Club, 3.

Sue MliRRAy Thomas .

Primary

Beaufort, N. C.

Ruby Wanda Tyndall . . Pink Hill, N. C.

Music and French W. C. U. X. C. Summer. 3 ; Delegate to Methodist Student Conference. 1: U. N. C. 2; Duke University. 8; M. S. A.. 1. 2. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., I. 2: Poe Society, 3. 4; Band, 2. 4: Choir, 1, 2, 3; Secretarj' Music Department, 3, 4; Y'oung Democrat Club. 2; College Dance Band. 4.

Jane Underwood Vann . . Clinton, N. C.

Commerce and Science Alpha Iota Sorority. 2, 3. 4: Commerce Club. 1. 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi Fraternity, I: Science Chib, 1; W. A. A.. 2, 3. 4; V. w ( v ! -1; Fnipv^ni, v;.,riptv 1. 2, 3. 4: Marshal. 3:

r.w, /;.,',... J. \ I, , I'lr-hlriii w s. fi. A.. 8: Chairman

- , I : I I :l ;iill.ook. 8; Delegate to

S. I \ - ' . -. I -iiic.r Superlative; Who's

Wh(i \ l; ^niM.iii. I: \iii.i I- ;i:, I iiiversities and Colleges.

LiKDA Vann Ayden, N. C.

Primary Lanier Society. 2. 4: Y. W. C. A.. 4: Association of Cliild-

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Ernestini; Vinson . . . Woodland, N. C.

Grammar

V. \V. C. A., ;i. l; Lanier Society, 2. :i, I: \V. A. A.. 1. .. 3, I, Cjibinet, 3: Vouiie Democrat Club, 1. 2; Alumni Dauftli- ters and Sons, 3, I.

Anne Ward Whitakers, N. C.

Pnmjry

Lanier Society, 1. 2. :i. t; W. A. A.. 1. 2; Assooiatiim of Cliildliood Education. 1, 2, I: Student Cxiperative Council, l: Vice-President Wilscni Hall. I; V. W. C. A., 1. 2. 1.

GwENDOL-i'N Ward . . . Merrj- Hill, N. C.

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Gretchen Webster . . . Leasburg, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

President. 4; Youns 3 : Delegate to State Stu- j :i; 4-H Club, 3; A

i i\crs. 2, 3. 4; Home

' lull, 1, 2. 3. i; Y. W.

. 1. 11. 3; W. A. A., 2, 3;

Who's Who AmonR Stu-

1 CoHeses; "Jane Eyre."

Doris Wells .... Rocky Mount, N. C.

Commerce and English

Elizabeth Batten Wells . . . Salem, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Mabel Spence Watson

Freinont, N. C.

Y. W. C. A.. I. 2, 3, 4, Cabinet. 3. 4: M. S. A.. 1, 2. 3, 4 Cabinet. 2: Association of Oiildhood Education. 2: Futun Teachers of America. 3, 4. \'ice-President. 3, State Secretary 4; Senior Superlative; Who's Who Among Student in Amer

Mildred White

Hertford, N. C.






Ruby White Aurora, N. C.

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Pats'!' Whitehurst . . Greenville, N. C

Home Econom/a jnd Science

Dorothy Whitley

B. S. r. Council. First Vii-e-rresi< n. S. U. SecretM

Matilda Whitley . . . Smithfield, N. C

Home Economics jnd Science

Domtliy -Wl.itley Matilda Whitley

Doris Williams Hazel Williford

GCNIORG

Edith Wilkerson Bailey, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Ada Willey Gates, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Doris Williams Kinston, N. C.

Commerce and Social Science

Commerce Club. 1, 2. 3. 4, Treasurer. 2. Secretary, 3: Emerson Society. 3, 4: Tecoan Representative, 4; Clioir, 1. 2: Young Democrat Club. 1. 2.

Hazel Williford .... Greenville, N. C.

English and History Lanier .Socict). I. .'. :i. I; Chairman of InterstK-iety Com-

iiHllr,. I: 1,:,,:,- |)r ,1 Club, I: Chi Pi Players. 1. 2.

i. : : - " . lirid^c at Midnight, 2; Inter-

II ii , i:. . > : I: F.n-li.h Cluh. i. 2. 3, 4;

Aim ~i ,,. ;,.:, ;.,,,_ ,, 1. 2. 3. 1. Vicc-1'resiiient. 3:

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Smithfield, N. C.

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Jessie Mary Willson . . . Roxboro, N. C.

Home Economics Mul Stionx

CIcf Llub. 3. l; Home Iicoiiuinic>

Dorothy Wilson . . . GrimcslanJ, N. C.

Home Economics .ind Social Science

Olfta Wood Swansboro, N. C.

Home Economics and SociJ Science

Nancy Wynne Bethel, N. C.

Grammar W. A. A.. 1, 2. 3, 4: Basketball, Varsity. 2. 3; Tvco Ecim Reporter, 4; Lanier Society. I, 2: Youiib Democrat Club. 1; Varsity Club Sweetheart, 3; Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2: House I'resi (lent, Summer. 3; Senior Superlative; Clierrleader, I.











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SENIOR

Nancy Wynne Most Popular

Mabel Spence Watson Most hitellectital

Vkginia Knowles Most Individual

J. C. Shepherd Most Dependable

Lillian "Mickey" Boyette Best All-Round

Helen Stone

Most Likely to Succeed

Maribelle Robertson Aiost Talented

Annie B. Bartholomew Most Athletic

Virginia Dare Britton

Sweetest

Rosalie Brown A\ost Versatile

Helen James Best Dressed

Ellen Maddrey Best Dancer






SUPERLATIVES

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JUNIORS






JUNIOR OFFICERS

Vivien Yelvkrton Presideiit

Stanfihld Johnson Vice-Pieiideiit

Edith Brown Secreuiy

Pat Edwards Treantrer

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JUNIORS

First Row: Mattie Grace Alderman, Parkersburg, N. C; Mary Elizabeth Austin, Greenville, N. C; Ellen Barnhill, Greenville, N. C; Betty Batson, Burgaw, N. C; Sybil Beaman, New Bern, N. C.

Second Row: Ellis Bedsworth, Marshallburg, N. C; Winifred Bond, Oriental, N. C; Gretchen Boswell, Wil- son, N. C; Dorothea Boyette, Kenly, N. C; Marion Braswell, Louisburg, N. C.

Third Row: Corine Britton, Jackson, N. C; Doris Virginia Brock, Kenansville, N. C; Edith Brown, Magnolia. N. C.; Johnnie Elizabeth Brown, Greenville, N. C; Mary Bryan, La Grange, N. C.

Fourth Row: MiLLisoN Bryant, Rich Square, N. C; Edith Buck, Kinston, N. C; Sarah Ellis Bunn, Zebulon, N. C.; Doris Butler, Clinton, N. C.; Evangeline Butler, Clinton, N. C

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First Rnw: Margaret Butler, Tabor City, N. C; Aleene Cade, Fuquay Springs, N. C; Lota Caine, Fayettcville, N. C; Frances Carter, Woodland, N. C; Elizabeth Cates, Timberlake, N. C.

Second Roir: Leslie Chadwick, Gloucester, N. C; Ida Florine Clark, Everetts, N. C; Doris Cobb, La Grange, N. C; Mary Alice Cohoon, Columbia, N. C; Sarah Collins, Angier, N. C.

Third Row: VIRGINIA CooKE, Greenville, N. C; Alice Copeland, Ahoskic, N. C; Elsie Corbitt, Gatesville, N. C. ; Bessie Council, Durham, N. C. ; Janet Covert, Portsmouth, Va.

Fourth Row: Wilma Cozart, Greenville, N. C; Elizabeth Crawford, Pikeville, N. C; Garnette Crocker, Sea- board, N. C; Sara Currin, Oxford, N. C; Jean Dailey, Shawboro, N. C.

JUNIORS






JUNIORS

First Row: Willie Mae Daniels, Oxford, N. C; Elizabeth Darden, Hertford, N. C; Eloise Davis, Fremont, N.

C; Eva Deanes, Murfreesboro, N. C; Frances Eakes, Stokes, N. C. Second Row: Sybil Eakes, Oxford, N. C; Jessie Earp, Holly Springs, N. C; Llcille Edv( ards, Chicod, N. C; Pat

Edwards, Hertford, N. C; Sarah Elliot, Erwin, N. C. Third Row: Grace Evans, Harrellsville, N. C; Harriet Everette, Palmyra, N. C; Ghraldine Fei.ton, Culerain,

N. C; Mamie Lee Fischel, Vaughan. N. C; Morris Flow, Louisburg, N. C. Foiinh Row: Bernice Freeman, Hickory. N. C; Ann Gilliam, Windsor, N. C; Jean Courtney Goggin, Suffolk,

Va.; Sylvia Greene, Roduco, N. C; Marietta Griffin, Dover, N. C.

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Pint Row.- JunA Ann Hancock, New Bern, N. t.; Jane Hardy, Rocky Mount, N. C; Hazel Harris, Fletcher,

N. C; Lillian Harris, Farmville, N. C; Catherine Hester, Hurdle Mill, N. C. Second Row: Vernie Hewett, Supply, N. C; Lillian Hines, New Bern, N. C; Mary Edith Hollingsworth, La

Grange, N. C; Crosby Yvonne Honeycutt, Ruseboro, N. C; Jessie Mae Horne. Pendleton, N. C. Third Row: Mildred Horne, Roseboro, N. C; Rebecca Horton, Zebulon, N. C; Margaret Ipock, Ernul, N. C;

Elizabeth Ives, New Bern, N. C; Dorothy Jarvis. Washington, N. C. Pourih Row: ELIZABETH Jenkins, Aulandcr, N. C; Camille Jernigan, Aulander, N. C; Clarine Johnson, Sted-

man, N. C; Helen Page Johnson, Fairmont, N. C; Miriam Johnson, Pendleton, N. C.

JUNIORS






JUNIORS

Firsi Row: Sue jACKbON Johnson, Dunn, N. C; William Stanfiei.d Johnson, Conway, N. C; Lee Mae Jones.

Wendell, N. C. ; Mildred Jordan, Elm City, N. C. ; Louise Kilgo, Greenville, N. C. Second Row: Nancy Kilpatrick, Hookerton, N. C; Colleen King, Clinton, N. C; Worth Lanier, Chinquapin,

N. C; Louise Lassiter, Aulander, N. C; Sibyle Ledford, Creswell, N. C. Third Row: Iris Lee, Newton Grove, N. C; Ronaldo Lee, Fuquay Springs, N. C; Elizabeth Lewis, Winnabow,

N. C; Frances Lewis, Knight Isle, N. C; Nell Rachel Lewis, Parton, N. C. Fourth Row: Bertha Mallard, Trenton, N. C; Christine Manning, Fountain, N. C; Janice Marine, Burgaw,

N. C; Laurene Marshburn, Clinton, N. C; Robert Martin, Rich Square, N. C.

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First Row: Marjorie McBee, Spruce Pine, N. C; Jean McDonald, St. Pauls, N. C; Esther McGougan, Tabor

City, N. C; Sarah McInnis, Wagram, N. C; Lois McLeod, Carthage, N. C. Second Rati': Margaret McMillan, Wade, N. C; Mattie McNeill, Jonesboro, N. C; Mary Louis Mercer,

Lumberton, N. C; Hilda Moore, Greenville, N. C; Sarah Ann Moss, Greenville, N. C. Third Row: Nell Finch Murphy, Henderson, N. C; Pearl Ogburn, Willow Springs, N. C; Maude Overton,

Ahoskie, N. C; Zula Pearson, Clinton, N. C. ; Eleanor Phillips, Trenton, N. C. Fourth Row: Retha Pope, Clinton, N. C; Myrtle Price, New Bern, N. C; Rebecca Pridgen, Elm City, N. C. ;

Marjorie Privott, Edenton, N. C; Nina Redditt, Greenville, N. C.

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JUNIORS

F/r.ii Row: Helene Styles Ramsey, Burnsville, N. C; Elizabeth Register, Clinton, N. C; Ellen Riddick, Hcibbs-

ville, N. C; Sarah Roberson, Spring Hope, N. C; Alice Rowell, Garysburg, N. C. Second Row: Reba Sanderson, Pink Hill, N. C; Leona Sasser, Selma, N. C; Genevieve Shine, Arapahoe, N. C;

Inez Simmons, Fairfield, N. C; Mary Elizabeth Slate, Reidsville, N. C. Third Row: Jewel Slater, Greenville, N. C; Ethel Elizabeth Smith, Robersonville, N. C; Lois Smith, Winter-

ville, N. C., Lucille Smith, Benson, N. C; Lucy Nell Smith, Lemon Springs, N. C. Fourth Row: Ruby Smith, Hertford, N. C; Gladys Snell, Columbia, N. C; Sam Strickland, Rich Square, N. C;

Lottie Tew, Roseboro, N. C; Lorraine Thomas, Red Springs, N. C.

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First Row: LouiSE TowE, Skyland, N. C. ; Irene Trott, Richlands, N. C; Lorraine Tvndall, Kinston, N. C; Al-

LENE Vause, La Grange, N. C; Frances Walker, Winston-Salem, N. C. Second Row: Grace Walker, Ahoskie, N. C; Laura Marie Walker, Coinjock, N. C; Bernice White, Elizabeth

City, N. C; Catherine White, Popular Branch, N. C; Esther Maie White, Belvidere, N. C. Third Row: Marion White, Hertford, N. C; Grace Whitehurst, Conetoe, N. C; Muriel Whitehurst, South

Mills, N. C; Norma Whitfield, Hurdle Mills, N. C; Alice Wiggins, Sunbury, N. C. Fourth Row: BEATRICE WILLIAMS, Ayden, N. C; Vera Williams, Williamston, N. C; Catherine Wilson, Dunn,

N. C; Eunice Winbon, Fremont, N. C; Mary Windlev, Henderson, N. C.

JUNIORS

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JUNIORS

First Row: Pinear Mae Windley, Pinetown, N. C; Ruth Winslow, Hertford, N. C; Lucy Winston, Knightdale, N. C; Charlotte Womble, New Hill, N. C; Louvene NSComble, New Hill, N. C.

Second Row: Helen Wooten, Goldsboro, N. C; Louise Wooten, Greenville, N. C; Mabel Wynns, Powells- ville, N. C.

Third Ron-: Vivian Velverton, Stantonsburg, N. C.

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SOPHOMORE OFFICERS

Evelyn Ltwis President

Marjorie Smith Secretary

Bernice Godley Treasurer






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SOPHOMORES

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Mary Ruth Brown Catherine Burnette Curtis Butler Lillian Callis Annie May Cannon Jessie Carter

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Frances Congleton Clifton Crandall Delton Creech Dorothy Jean Creech Elizabeth Currin Beverly Cutler

Fay Case

Mary Alice Charlton Ernest Chesson Eleanor Chestnutt Harriet Chestnutt Mary Louise Cobb

Carolyn Daniels Richard David Gladys Davis Rita Dell Dawson Grace Dickens Allie Mitchell Dilday






SOPHOMORES






SOPHOMORES

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Pauline Higgins Erma Hinnant Mattie Browk Hinson Ruth Hinson Marie Hinton Harriet Holloman

Isabelle Humphrey Lucille Huskett Kenneth James Virginia Jeanette Martha Jefferson Eloise Jenkins

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Evelyn Jenkins HoLLis Jernigan Helen Johnson John Johnson WiLMA Johnson Margaret Johnston

DoNEY Jones Katy Lou Jones Sarah Jones Mary Blaine Justice Ilmar Kearney WiLMA Kearney






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Sarah McKenzie Margaret Nunn Lucille Oakes Blanche Ogburn Katie Earle Owen Barbara Parker

Leah Mildred Ross

Paula Ross

Jean Scarborough

Elgia Scott

Mary Frances Slack

Virginia Small

Mary Lyon Peedin Margaret Person Elna Powell Katherine Quick Dorothy Reade Rachel Robinson

Bettie Smith

Edna Pearl Smith

Margie Smith

Jeanette Smith

Mrs, Stella Gray H. Sml

Jane Smith

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Marjorie Smith

Doris Sparks

Violet Sparks

Katherine Sprinkle

Gretchen St axon

Mary Frances Stephenson

Doris Stevens Dixie Sugg Doris Sutton Leyta Taylor Rosalie Taylor Elizabeth Temple

Frances Temple Elizabeth Thomas Alta Mae Thompson Anne Thompson Margaret L. Thompson Jane Tucker

Helen Tyndall Betty Sue Tyson Mary Lee Venters James H. Warren Mary Warren Mildred Wellons

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Elsie West Louise White Marie Whitehurst

Nell Whitehurst Grace Wilkins Evelyn Williams

Margaret Williams Sara Willson

Charlotte Womble Iris Woody

Gertrude Woolard Christine Yarborough

Evelyn Zimmerman






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FRESHMAN OFFICERS

Dorothy Peebles President

Tom Rowlette Vice-President

Catherine White Secretary

Mary Cameron Dixon Treasurer






FRESHMEN






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Th/ni Row: Julia Ruth Brown Viola Brown A. Sidney Bunn Gloria Butler Margaret Iris Butle Dorothy Byrd Ann Gates

Second Rot, Edith Briley Jean Bnnkley Sallie Britt Rachel Brooks Ben Brown Dorothy Brown Jean Brown

Fourth Row: Eloise Chadwick Lois Webb Chadwick Jean Chaplin Frances Chapman Catherine Charles John Charlton Rebecca Cherry






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Second Row: Opal Ray Eldridge Jean Evans Myrtle Ewell James Oscar Felton, Leon Fleming, Jr. Kathleen Floyd Dorothy Flye

Th,rd Row: Evelyn Foley Elaine Forrest Joyce Forrest Frances Gaddy Melba Garner Emma Lee Garris Julia Gee

Fourth Row: Ernestine Grady Lena Evelyn Grant Alton Gray Emily Rebecca Gray Emily Greene Jayne Griffin Vera Griffin






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First Row: Annie Blanche Johnson Grace Johnson Sally Margaret Johnston Dorothy Jones Helen Jones Lois Jones Margaret I. Jones

SeconiJ Row: Lillian Joyner Leona Keene Helen Kemp Colleen D. King Betty Joyce Kinlaw Hazel Kirby Rebecca Kirkland

T/m-ii Row: Mary Ellen Knotts Wanda Lamm Rosa Alice Lancaster Ruth Langden Alta Lawson Alta White Lee Doris Lee

Fourth Row: Morrison Leggett Frances Lewis Dorothy Little Mamie Lee Little Sadie Little

Beatrice Waddell Long Blanche Majette






FRESHMEN

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FRESHMEN

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STUDENT COOPERATIVE

Student Cooperative Council

The Student Cooperative Council functions as the ex- ecutive and legislative branch of the Student Cooperative Government Association. Its membership is composed of class representatives, presidents of clubs and organizations, editors of the college publications, vice-chairmen of the Men and Women's Judiciaries, vice-presidents of house committees, and vice-presidents of day-student committees.

The Student Cooperative Council was born on May 5, 1943 when it convened for the first time in the lecture room of the New Classroom Building. Since that memorable date the council has known trials and errors but the sincere efforts of its members and the most commendable leadership of its President, Miss Dorothy Lewis have laid for it a secure foundation in the Student Cooperative Govern- ment Association of East Carolina Teachers College.

The Student Cooperative Council grew out of the desire of the Students of E.C.T.C. for a student government functioning as a constructive, unified, cooperative body. Its purpose can be stated in a few words, "to give the student body the best possible service and guidance."

Virginia Cooke, Vice-President

BuRCHiE Smith Johnston H

Amanda Etheridge,

Secretary

Margaret Person,

Assistant Treasui

Clarine Johnson, Treasurer






GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

Women's Judiciary

Thh Women's Judiciary of East Carolina Teachers College is com- posed of nine members elected by the student body. This is the branch of the Student Cooperative Govern- ment Association that concerns itself with the disciplinary problems of the women students.

The Women's Judiciary meets once a week to discuss problems of major and minor importance. The main function of this body is to maintain high standards of conduct on our campus.

Front Rou : Jane Vann, Chairman; Frances Tunstall, President of Women's Day Strident Committee: Mary Emma Jefferson, President of Wilson Hall.

Second Row: Dixie Chappell, Treasurer; DoROTHY Shearin, President of Jarvis Hall: Marjorie Privott, President of Cotton Hall: Jessie B. Goodin, V ice-Chairman: Elizabeth Crawford, President of Fleming Hall: Annie B. Bartholomew, Secretar-^.

Men's Judiciary

The purpose of the Men's Judi- ciary is to act as a judicial body in all matters concerning discipline of men students, and to support any movement on the campus for the betterment of the college and the students. This year a very small number of men students were en- rolled; thus, functions of the judi- ciary were greatly reduced.

Robert Martin, Chairman of Judiciary and President of Men's Day Student Committee; Beverly Cutler, Secretary-Treasurer; Robert Morgan, Mem- her-at-Large; JoE Lassiter, President of Ragsdale Hall.

Not Pictured: Hiram Mayo, Vice-Chairman; Jack Johnson, Memher-ai- Large.






YOUNG WOMEN'S

Y. W. C. A. Officers

Willie Mae Daniels, Vice-President

Sylvia Greene,

Treasurer

Violet Sparks, Seneurr

Freshman T" Officers

Lorraine Davis,

Vice-President

Frances Banks, Treasurer

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HRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

The Young Women's Christian Association has striven as always to carry out the purpose of the national organization to help students "realize full and creative lives through a growing knowledge of God."

In many of the varied vesper programs, on Sundays and Fridays, and in the choice of "Brotherhood" for the theme of Religious Emphasis Week, with Rev. Charles Jones as chief speaker, the organization has emphasized this year a better understanding of all peoples.

The "Y" again took the lead in sponsoring the World Student Service Fund Drive, this time as a part of the National War Fund Drive. Through this means the members of the "Y ' gave concrete expression to their belief that all men are brothers.

In cooperation with the Interfaith Council, the "Y" helped bring Rev. T. B. Cowan of the Norris Religious Fellowship to the campus for a series of talks.

Occasional socials; open house in the "Y" hut on Sundays, in the early fall for fresh- men, and later for service men; projects and work groups in Freshman "Y" ; and evening prayers in all the dormitories have helped to build well rounded lives.

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YOUNG MEN'S CHRIS

J. C. Shepherd, Preudenl

Delton Creech,

Secretary

Joe Lassiter, Treasurer

In spite of the small number of men students on the campus this year the Young Men's Christian Association has had a very successful year. Between fifty and sixty- students and faculty members joined the "Y." When one considers that the enrollment of boys for the year averaged about fifty each quarter this seems to be an enviable record. Members of the Cabinet met in Bayview for the annual fall retreat at which time plans were made for this year's activities. Working with the Young Women's Christian Association, the "Y" has constantly tried to keep religious activities before all the students. A World Student Ser%'ice Fund drive was sponsored in the fall. A Religious






TIAN ASSOCIATION

Emphasis Week was held during the winter quarter. During the entire year the two "Y's" have tried to bring outstanding rehgious speakers to the campus to hold their vesper services.

As a part of the year's activities, the Young Men's Christian Association mailed Christmas cards to all former East Carolina stnadents who are now in service. The "Y" has aso tried to maintain contact with its former members who are now in service by sending each an "In Service Membership Card" in the "Y" for their own personal use.

First Row: Dr

Second Rou- : Sam Strickl

THE CABINET A. Brown, J. C. Shepherd, Clifton Crandell, Beverly Cutler, Delton Creech.

L. HiLDRUP, Stanfield Johnson-, Joe Lassiter, Ellis Bedsworth.






THE BAND

The college band has advanced and continues to do so under the able direc- tion of Dr. Karl V. Gilbert, head of the Music Department.

The organization has built up a fine repertoire of music which offers its members helpful, as well as enjoyable experience. This experience is an aid to the student in organizing and conducting the future musicians of America.

Dr. K.\rl Gilbert, Director

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VOCAL ENSEMBLES

Due to the scarcity of men on the campus this year the college choir, as such, was given up. In its place, Mr. Fisher developed a number of small ensembles, which made several public appearances independently, at concerts, and for clubs. The members of one group will long remember one night they sang at the Rotary Club, when the gentlemen insisted on putting out the lights for their rendition of "A Kiss in the Dark."

The membership of these groups was as follows: Girls' Quintet - Doris Lee, Ethel Smithy Josephine Gibson, Jean Roberson, Sally Margaret Johnston; Girls' Septet - Mary Elizabeth Wells.

Marguerite Moye, Blanch Ogborn, Marie Whitehurst, Elna Powell, Elizabeth Wells Nan Little; Madrigal Singers - Dorothy Be thune, Roena Collins, Florie Dell Kennedy. Jean Strickland, Manora Mewborn, Harold ^^S MacDougle, Delton Creech, Julian Mat

ii*%fc? thews, Leon Fleming; Sophomore Trio -

Mary Blaine Justus, Elizabeth Bridgers, Mary Alice Charlton.

Mr. Fisher, Director






Miss Kuvkendal

WOMAN'S GLEE CLUB

The Won!An's Chorus under the direction of Miss Gussie Kuykendall, has forty-two members. The chorus took part in the Christmas pro^'ram presented by the Music Depart- ment. A spring concert will be given by the group and several small concerts during commencement.






Marie Cobb, Pyes}de,,l

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB

The International Rklations Club, organized in the winter of 1940, brings together those history and social science majors who have an average of a "3," and who have reached sophomore standing and all others who have twenty-one hours credit in geography, history and social science.

The purpose of the club is to encourage the study of international relations in affiliation with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, from which we receive books and other materials on current problems.

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COMMERCE CLUB

Purpose: To acquaint the students of the Commerce Department with each other; to foster interest in clerical work and in teaching; and to work together with the mutual benefit of its members and the Commerce Department as a whole.

Adviser; Dr. E. R. Browning.

Activities of the club consisted of regular monthly meetings which were made up of recreational and literary programs.

The outstanding events of the year were a dance, buying equipment for the club room in the Commerce Department, and entertaining service men in the Wright Building

Amy Floyd, Pres'ideiil

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THE ENGLISH CLUB

The English Club is an organization of English majors which strives to bring experiences of Hterary value to its members which they would not receive in the classroom to increase their literary interests by a deeper delving into the best books, magazines, and plays. This naturally leads into a study of the lives of authors and a better knowledge of writing.

This year, with Miss Emma L. Hooper succeeding Dr. Lucille Turner as adviser, many varied and interesting programs have been enjoyed. Among them were readings of poetry, a Christmas pageant and the reading of a play on a subject of current interest

The club meets in a well-equipped English

^^^^ laboratory. The equipment consists, among

^H^ other things, of a duplicator, a projector, a

tmJJ^ afi*i ?'^ recording machine, files of clippings

*K^^ ^m .1 'S?* ^^ and pictures, and a very good collection of

^^ W^tlk ^^^^^^fc books and magazines. It is open at all times

mr jm ^ i '^^IS'^fcT^^^"^ to English students and has proved a valu-

^*^ "^ "vi ._.. -S^ ^ ^|-,[g ^;j (-Q j-j^g^ jf) reading and studying.

RoENA Collins, Presideiil

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Dorothy Whitle-i ,

ASSOCIATION of 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 interests, including parent education; to promote the progressive type of education in nursery school, kindergarten and primary grades, and to raise the

standard of the professional training for teachers and leaders in this field.

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Rebecca Perry, Presideii!

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA

The Robert H. Wright Chapter of Future Teachers of America has this year affixed to its charter the sixth gold seal, thus signifying its continuous activity since its organization as one of the first members in the junior branch of the National Educational Asscciation and the North Carolina Education Association.

Its purpose is to sponsor activities through which students who are teachers in training can prepare to take part in professional and civic enterprises. During this year the chapter has engaged in such projects as making Red Cross headdresses and surgical dressings and salvaging waste paper and has encouraged profes- sional interest through its meetings and reading materials.

The chapter has grown under the guidance of its sponsor. Miss Emma L. Hooper, and under the leader- ship of its presidents; Kathleen Strickland, 1938-39; Frances Cash, 1939-40; Kathleen Lewis, 1940-41; Char- lotte Shearin, 1941-42; Helen Stone, 1942-43; and Rebecca Perry, 1943-44. Its growth this year has won it a place on the "Victory Honor Roll."

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PHI SIGMA CHAPTER of SIGMA PI ALPHA

The Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha is a national lionurar)' fraternity for students of foreign lan- guages. The fraternity centers its ideals and aims around three symbolic words: strength, permanency, and accomplishment.

This year Sigma Pi Alpha had two meetings a month, one social and the other business. We tried to vary our programs to make them always interesting. Among our activities we helped raise money for the National War Fund and showed some films on Germany, Russia, and the Fighting French.

The officers of the fraternity are Elizabeth Kittrell, President; Esther Maie White, Vice-President; Doro- thea Boyette, Secretar>'-Treasurer; Katie Earl Owen, Teco Echo Reporter; Helen Thomas Rollins, Tecoan Reporter. Miss Marguerite Austin and Mr. R. C. Deal are our advisers.

The other members of the fraterity include: Hazel Gray Evans, Hazel Harris, Mary Emma Jefferson, Ronalda Lee, Janice Lister, Margaret Magill, Dorothy Maynard, Sarah Moore, Nell Murphy, Paula Ross, Jessie Mae Home, and Alma Simmons.

Elizabeth Kittrell, President

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PHI SIGMA PI FRATERNITY

The Tau Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi is a National Professional Education Fraternity for men in teacher training colleges and universities in the United States. Requirements for election to this Education Fraternity are superior scholarship, leadership, personality and character in teacher training.

Tau Chapter, the first national fraternity for men to be established on our campus was given a charter in 1936 with 21 members. The chapter now has a total of 126 members with 22 active members. The national organization grew out of a local fraternity in Missouri which was founded February 14, 1916. During the year, the fraternity has had several speakers at its meetings who were well qualified to speak on Teacher Training Education. Last spring the fraternity had its annual founders day banquet with Dr. Ralph McDonald as its guest speaker.

The officers of the fraternity are Stanfield John- ^ son. President; Beverly Cutler, Vice-President;

Robert B. Morgan, Secretary; Sam Strickland, Treasurer; Robert Martin, Assistant Secretary; and Ellis Bedsworth, Sergeant-at-Arms.

Honorary members of the Fraternity are: Hon. Clyde A. Erwin, Dr. Herbert ReBarker, Dr. Leon R. Meadows, Dr. Paul Toll. Dr. H. C. Haynes, Hon. F. C. Harding, and Dr. A. D. Frank.

Dr. Beecher Flanagan, who was originally a member of the chapter at George Peabody College, is the faculty sponsor and has done much work to improve the success of the national and local organizations.

1 Johnson,

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SCIENCE CLUB

The Science Club is not an organization for science majors alone, but it is for all people on the campus who have a real interest in science. In the club are both faculty members and students. Dr. Wilton and Dr. Deloach are the official advisers, although the other members of the Science Department have also been cooperative.

The program of work for the year has been built around the theme "Our Surroundings." During the first meeting of the year a talk was made about the native trees on the campus. A club room has been set aside and furnishing it is one of the club's projects.

The club is also making a study of other Science clubs in the country - their organiza- tion and work - and plans to help in further organization of clubs in high schools are be- ing made.

A.NNiE Audrey Stevenson President

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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

Believing strongli- in the supreme worth of the individual, our club proposes to develop personalit)', leadership, initiative, and poise. Attempting to do this, it is our hope that we may simply "serve our community, our schools, and our families."

The theme of our club work this year was "Home Economics in War Time," and our monthly programs centered around various phases of home economics-nutrition, child care, 4-H club work, home economics teaching, and home-making. The Christmas meeting was devoted to preparing and wrapping gifts to be sent to the Grandfather's Home for Children at Banner

Elk, North Carolina, and at the May meet- ing, the club honored the senior home ec- onomics students.

The club is a member of the North Caro- lina Association of Home Economics Club.

Annie Kate Evans, President

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Sarah Hunter, President

MATHEMATICS CLUB

The purpose of the Mathematics Club this year has been to help its members to become better ac- quainted with one another and to show them the vital importance of mathematics in this present crisis. Throughout the year the programs have presented speakers who stressed the special need for mathematics

Annie Lee Eason, Secretary-Treas- Representative; Hilda Moore, Social

Officers: Sara Hunter, President; Charlotte Wooten, Vice-President: urer; Nina Cook, Teco Echo Representative; Gwendolyn Ward, TECOAh Chairman.

Members: Katherine Abernathy, Ruth Baker, Aldine Barnhill, Vivian Bass, Rena Bateman, Rhoda Mae Bone, Gretchen Boswell, Dorothea Boyette, Millison Bryant, Miss Ellen Caldwell, Leslie Chadwick, Nina Cook, Clifton Crandall, Marie Darden, Allie Mitchell Dilday, Annie Lee Eason, Miss Maria D. Graham, Alton Gray, Sylvia Green, Lois Howard, Sara Hunter, Rebecca Kirkland, Elizabeth Kittrell, Rosa Lancaster, Jean McDonald, Julian Matthews, Hilda Moore, Robert Morgan, Rebecca Pridgen, J. C. Shepherd, Doris Stevens, Dixie Sugg, Dorothy Shearin, Gwendolyn Ward, Miss Louise Williams, Advisers, Charlotte Wooten.

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Hazel Williford,

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ALUMNI DAUGHTERS AND SONS

The Alumni Daughters and Sons is made up of students belonging to the second generation of the alumni.

The members serve as a link in the chain between the alumni and the college - the past and the present. In this capacity they strive to uphold the best traditions of the past and promote a closer feeling of friendship among the sons and daughters of the

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Gerai.dine Taylor President

BETA KAPPA CHAPTER OF PI OMEGA PI

Beta Kappa is a chapter of Pi Omega Pi, a national honorarv business education fra- ternity wjth chapters in most of the leading colleges and universities in the United States where business education is taught. Requirements for election to Pi Omega Pi are superior scholarship in commerce, leadership, personality and character.

Beta Kappa was organized on February 12, 1944, with twent)'-nine charter members. On this date an initiation-dinner was given, presided over by Dr. E. R. Browning, head of the business education department, and Miss Audrey Dempsey. who are members of the Zeta Chapter at Colorado State College of Education.

The charter members are: Ruth Allen, Annie B. Bartholomew, Rena Bateman, Gretchen Boswell, Mary Bryan, Dr. E. R. Browning, Dixie Chappell, Harriet Chestnutt, Tommie Lou Corbitt, Audrey Dempsey, Lena Ellis, Amy Floyd, Joyce Hales, Laura Hearne, Betsy Hobgood, Clarme Johnson, Mildred Johnson, Evelyn Jones, Dorothy Lewis, Velma Lowe, Daisy Mayo, Manora Mewborn, Annie Sue Perry, Ellen Riddick, Maribelle Robertson, Marjorie Rowe, Katherine Russell, Geraldine Taylor, Frances Tun- stall, Jane Vane, and Vivian Yelverton.

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Nell Finch Murphy Vrendent

JARVIS FORENSIC CLUB

The Jarvis Forensic Club, one of the few clubs on the campus encouraging intel- lectual activities, was organized in 1938 with a definite purpose, that of interesting more students in debating and various other phases of public speaking.

The highlights of the club year come on the occasions we participate in debates with other colleges. Since its organization, the club has won decisions over many of the prominent colleges of the South. Among them are the University of North Carolina, the University of Alabama, Davidson College, Wingate and Bridgewater. Among the more outstanding debaters of the club have been Mary Gaskins, Mildred Beverly, Jen- nings Ballard, Carlyle Cox and James Worsley.

Much of the success of the club may be accredited to its sponsor, Dr. M. N. Posey, a member of the English faculty. Dr. Posey has been the sponsor of the Forensic Club since its organization. Through his wide and varied experience in this field, he has been in position to offer constructive criticism and skillful leadership.

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Backstage crew - at work. Set for "Ladies In Retirement.' Cast of "Ladies In Retirement.' Billy Greene and Mary Alice

Charlton in "Ladies In

Retirement."

Backstage crew - horse play. Virginia Cooke as "Claudia.' Virginia Cooke and Ed Beddingfield in "Claudia.'

CHI PI

Curtis Butler, Jo Gibson, Gretchen Webster, Jimmy Warren, in "Jane Eyre."

Gretchen Webster as "Jane"; Jimmy Warren as "Rochester.

Chi Pi has been from its beginning a living and acti\e organization. Its main purpose has been, is and will continue to be the quickening of interest in dramatics on the part of the whole school. This is accomplished not only by presenting plays for the entertainment of the student body and townspeople, but by offering any student interested in such things the chance to work on these productions m every capacity from actor to carpenter.

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Dr. R. J. Slav Christine Hellen Dr. E. R. Browning Dorothy Rae Davis Helen Flvnn

Maribelle Robertson Dr. Denver Baughan Sybil Beaman Dr. M. N. Posey Margaret Lewis

Margie Dudley Garnette Cordle Mr. J. B. Cummings Doris Hockaday Dr. Befcher Flanagan

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Christine Hellen FJnor-in-Chiej

TECOAN of 1944

Through trial and error the staff of the 1944 Tecoan has tried to give to you an annual that you will enjoy through the years. At this time we would like to mention a few names of whom without their help the Tecoan could not have been published:

Mr. Frank Fleming of the Lassiter Press; Miss Martha Mauney of the Charlotte Engraving Company; Dunbar Studio in Charlotte; Beverly Whitley, photographer; Lou Lassiter for the division drawings; and Dr. E. R. Browning and Dr. R. J. Slay, faculty advisors.

Dorothy Rae Davis Busitiea M.m.,e.,r

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GREENVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA

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SEABOARD, NORTH CAROLINA

Sponsor for

/944 ^ecoan

JUNE 17, 1886 JULY 19, 1943

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Maribelle Robertson

FJitor-i,2-Chuf

THE TECO ECHO

During thh past -i'ear the staff of the Teco Echo has tried to Hve up to the traditions and ideals set up by former students who have worked on the newspaper and have built up hiyh standards of journalism for the East Carolina Teachers College news organ.

The Teco Echo has upheld the principles of freedom of the press. Members of the staff have tried to get the news and put into print accounts of the activities carried out on the campus.

In its editorial policy the Tcco Echo has endeavored to support what it believed to be right and has opposed what it considered to be wrong. It has held malice toward no one individual or campus group but has attempted to present to the student public the news as it happened.

Sybil Beaman BHiineis AUn jger

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Margie Dudley

Co-Edilor

Margaret Lew is Co-Ed}tor

Garnette Cordle BnsiiieiS AUiuger

PIECES O' EIGHT

This year more than ever before the aim of the Pieces O' Eight has been to make this publication a magazine of the students. An effort has been made to encourage contributions from the student body. Varied interests and much new talent has been discovered in this manner. The magazine has sought to provide a healthy escape from thoughts of war and at the same time broaden and heighten the outlook of the magazine with a few thought-provoking and informative stories and articles on more serious subjects.

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SOCIETIES

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Sara Baughan, Mascoi Emerson Society

Jimmy Hanknfk, AIjscoi PoE Society

YCE CUMMINGS, Mascol

Lanier Society

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POE SOCIETY

ALICE COPELAND

President

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Edith Wilkerson,

Trejiurer

Margaret Person,

Vice-Preudenl

Leona Sasser,

Secretary

Throughout this year the Edgar Allan Poe Society has sought to learn more about the poet tor which it was named. We have bought a new banner, learned songs about Poe, and learned the true facts of his life.

The society has played its part in the uniting of the societies on the cam.pus. Since our dance came in the early spring, we used Easter as the theme for the occasion.

The call for service has been heard by the Poe members and they have helped in the war effort by working in the Red Cross Room and buying war bonds and stamps.

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EMERSON SOCIETY

MARY "BILLIE" BRYAN

President

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Mary Alice Charlton,

Vice-President

Allene Vause,

Treasurer

Louise Wooten,

Secretary

The Ralph Waldo Emerson Literary Society this year has excelled our expectations. Beyond the attempt to create a love of Emerson's masterpieces within the hearts of the members of our society, it has kindled the flame of a better social life on our campus.

Among the activities of the society throughout 1943-44 were the three receptions given for artists who visited our campus, a Christmas party. Red Cross work, entertainment of service men in the Campus Building, the President's Ball, and the main event of the year was the May Day program.

Marshals for the Emerson Society this year were Virginia Knowles, Henrietta Cooper, and Alice Wiggins.

Without a spirit of cooperation and brotherhood the society would have been unable to achieve the goal set for it. This has been a successful year for the Emerson Society, and we look forward to a brighter and even more suc- cessful one next year.

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LANIER SOCIETY

GRETCHEN WEBSTER

President

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Dorothea Bovette,

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

This has been a most successful year for the Laniers, evidence of which may be recognized by the efficiency with which it has functioned both alone and in cooperation with the Emersons and the Poes.

The feature of the year was the mid-winter dance which was carried out in a spirit of frivolity and pleasing originality.

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GLADYS MUNFORD

Chief Marshal

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COLLEGE MARSHALS

Front Row: ROBERT Morgan, Alice Wiggins, Ruth Winslow, Pat Edwards, Margie Dudley,

Mary Alice Cohoon. Bai-i Roir: Mary Blaine Justis, Elizabeth Darden, Carol Leigh Humphries, Camille Jerni-

GAN, Margaret Lewis, Maribelle Robertson.

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WOMAN'S ATHLETIC

ASSOCIATION

Lee Bledsoe,

President

Verna Carraway,

Vice-President

Dorothy Peele,

Secretary

Annie Britton Bartholomew,

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The Woman's Athletic Association, one of the largest and most outstanding organizations on the campus, has seen a very successful year through the leadership ot our adviser, Miss Stallings, and our president, Virginia Lee Bledsoe,

We have regular monthly meetings to discuss our problems, make plans for activities, and enjoy a bit of recreation.

Each member of the organization has an opportunity to participate in any of the varied sports which are sponsored - soccer, volley ball, basketball, Softball, tennis, and field hockey. The highlight comes when the varsity teams are chosen.

Our organization puts before the student body a program of activities which promotes health, leadership, and fun.

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Members of the Tennis Team: Virt;inia Knowics, Let- Bledsoe, Amanda Etheridge, Dorothy Peele, Annie Britten Bartholomew.

One of the major spring sports at East Carolina Teacher's 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.

TENNIS

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SOFTBALL VARSITY

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Amanda Etheridge Dot Peele Dixie Chappell Margaret Hall Lee Bledsoe Nell Murphy Jean Matthews Lucy Winston Penny Smith Carolyn Register "Bobbie" Brewer Hilda Moore "B. B." Bartholomew Molly Brown

FIELD HOCKEY VARSITY

Lee Bledsoe

Amanda Etheridge

Doris Stevens

Margaret Hall

Luqf Winston

Jean Scarborough

Nell Murphy

Polly Taylor

Anne Woody

Dot Peele

Carolyn Register

}. B." Bartholomew

Hilda Moore

Molly Brown

SOCCER VARSITY

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Amanda Etheridge

Verna Carraway

Nancy Wynne

Nannie Lou Little

i. B." Bartholomew

Jerry Albritton

Elsie West

Doris Stevens

Dot Peele

Lucy Winston

"Sit" Knowles

Nell Murphy

BASKETBALL VARSITY

Amanda Etheridge Dot Peele Lee Bledsoe Helen Rouse Margaret Hall "Sit" Knowles Doris Stevens Nell Murphy Carolyn Register Isabelle Humphrey Lucy Winston Verna Carraway Julia Ann Hancock "B. B." Bartholomew

VOLLEY BALL VARSITY

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We now turn from our studihs and activities to bring to you the six most outstanding seniors chosen by their class because of their versatihty, personaUty, and leadership.






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W^hal a trio.

What a retreat!

Already taken, girls.

Aionkey.

Fi.x it good.

It's so good to them

What goes up must come down. Rosie and "Betsy." Jerry and Kalie. She's Florida bound. Mike is here again.






Judge them not by what they do.

"B. B."

It's the thing to do!

Bob's back!

Brother and sister.

Hungry, girls? They stick together. J //St posing! Relaxing, boys? Y/tii/, y//m! Shivering and shaking.

Don't stop now!

Sal//te to yo/i.

The two-some.

Keep yo//r jeet off the gro//nd.

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Behind the eight ball. Doing their part for a closei

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L^onara tu la Uon6

TO THE

GRADUATES OF 1943

We Are Proud of Your Accomplishment!

May Your Future Be Filled With Success and Happiness!

Belk-Tyler Company

"Eostern Carolina's Shopping Center" GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Congratulations to Seniors of 1944

J. KEY BROWN

Druggist

POINTS GREENVILLE, N. C.

Where Southern

Hospitality Blends

With An Air of

Refinement

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Olde Towne Inn

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SAVE AND HAVE

HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

403 Evans Street GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Congratulations and Best Wishes from

litiKiotaiiiat.'^

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427 Evans Street "Greenville's Finest Drug Store"

^ Photographs

Greenville, N. C.

ALL WORK GUARANTEED

The College Stationery Store

and

Soda Shop

K^onara tu la tionS,

COMPLIMENTS OF

KARES BROS.

Restaurant, Soda and News Service "We Serve The Best"

Compliments of

WHITES STORES

Greenville, N. C.

Washington, N. C.

Windsor, N. C.

Ahoskie, N. C.

Scotland Neck, N. C.

Mount Olive, N. C.

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Eastern Carolina's Shopping Center

HLDUNT-HARVEY

Compliments of

C. HEBER FORBES

LAUTARES BROS.

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

Congratulations to

SENIORS OF 1944

GREENVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

PEOPLES' BAKERY

Patronize the College "Y" Store

VICTORY GRILL

431 Evans Street Greenville, N. C.

We Serve Only the Best Food

Greenville's Largest and Most Up-To-Date I. R. Joseph, Owner

For the Best

IN FOODS HONEYCUTT'S MARKET

Compliments of

ROSE'S 5, 10 & 25c STORE

Congratulations Seniors

- and -

For Your Health's Sake

/E BETTER . . . LIVE ELECTRICALLY

GREENVILLE UTILITIES COMMISSION

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703 Dickinson Avenue

Greenville, N. C.

EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE

"Sells It For Less" GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Compliments of

PALACE BARBER SHOP

Smart ond See William's First

WILLIAM'S

The Ladies' Store

The Best HOT DOGS IN TOWN

DIXIE LUNCH

YOUNG AND OLD

For an Afternoon or Evening's

Enjoyment, Join Us at

THE SKATING RINK

JOHN FLANNAGAN BUGGY COMPANY

Your Ford-Lincoln-Mercury Dealer

Serving Greenville and Eastern Carolina Since 1866

DRINK (LC^(p0^ IN BOTTLES

COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

Compliments of

GREENVILLE WHOLESALE CANDY CO.

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Compliments of

STA U F F E R'S

Jewelers

Greenville, N. C.

Congratulations From

WHITE CHEVROLET CO.

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Compliments of

J. C. PENNEY

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Compliments of

LeANNE BEAUTY SALON

Flowers for oil Occasions

COX FLORAL SERVICE

Compliments of

ORMAND WHOLESALE

GREENVILLE FLORAL COMPANY

Telephone 2827 315 Cotonche St.

Compliments of

TIP BOTTLING COMPANY

Compliments of

CAROLINA DAIRY

SCOTT'S DRY CLEANERS

One Block Bock of Post Office

-We Satisfy-

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

ROUSE PRINTERY

Office Supplies . . . Stationery Printing . . . Engraving

A

TRIBUTE

TO OUR

FORMER

CLASSMATES

NOW SERVING

IN THE

ARMED FORCES

OF OUR

COUNTRY

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DUNBAR STUDID

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ZZE'A N. Trynn Stret^t Charlotte, N. C.

DFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS

FOR

The 1944 TECOAN

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CHARLOWE ENGRAVING CO.

Charlotte, North Caroline

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