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Date: 1945 | Identifier: 50-01-1945
1945 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 1945 TECOAN

PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF

EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE

GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA






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FOREWORD

In this twenty-third volume of the Tecoan we present to you a pictorial year of life at East Carolina Teachers College. We have tried to make it repre- sentative. Our college days will soon be gone and we will join that group of people called the "Alumni of E. C. T. C." It is our hope that in years to come this book will afford some joy






by recalling to you old acquaintances and experiences, and if, by chance, you gain some inspiration from these pages, our work shall not have been in vain.

This is your Yearbook, and it is through your cooperation that the 1945 Tecoan has been published. We hope you like it.






DEDICATION

To Dr. Paul A. Toll, in recognition of his great service ren- dered to East Carolina Teachers College, we dedicate the nine- teen hundred forty-five Tecoan. During the nine years that Dr. Toll has been a professor at this institution, students have learned to know and love him as a teacher, adviser, and friend. So it is with the greatest respect and utmost esteem that we dedicate this book to him.






IN MEM

THOMAS WILLIAMS

Born: July 23, 1924 Died: January 14, 1945

E MARINE

ly 23, 1926 January 14, 1945






THOSE KILLED

Morris Abeyounis O. D. Andrews John B. Christenbury John R. Denton, Jr. John C. Johnston Thomas Jefferson Meeks Matthew Phillips Jesse Rollins William S. Sledge Joseph H. Walker George West Stanley Woolfolk Alvin Wooten W. A. Lovette

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Morris Abeyounis

O. D. Andrews

Thomas Jefferson Meeks

Matthew Phillips






N THE SERVICES

John B. Christenbury

John R. Denton, Jr.

John C.John

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George West

Stanley Woolfolk

Al.VIN WOOTEN






ALUMNI SERVING I






HE ARMED FORCES

David Owens Alvah Page Dorothy W. Parks Edward G. Patrick G. A. Patterson Alton Payne Francis D. Peel Gilbert Peel, Jr. Thomas Perkins Donald L Jeans Do:

Lewil

NinaRedditt

Charles Rcvnuias

Harry Riddick

T. ^. Rivers beH. Rives Roberts i.berts

Howard Robinson

Heman H. Robinson

Walter S. Rogers

Vincent F. Rumano

Randolph

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Thomas C

Marjorie Selby

W. L. Shelton, Jr.

William M. Shelton

W. T. Shelton

J. C. Shepherd

M. K. Simmons

Burns DuBose Simpson

Francis Sinclair

Ray Sisk

Merle Slater

Jim Slay

Ronald Slay

Earl N. Smith

E. L. Smith

Henry M. Smith

J. J. Smith James C. Smith Milton Eugene Smith Norman E. Smith Ray Sparrow Fenly Speai John B, Spiliiian ph A. Staton Ambrose Stankus Walter Stevens Durwood Stowe Mary B. Strickland Harding Sugg Ben Summerlin Thomas Swain Frankie Taylor Gherman A. Taylor, Jr. Harold Taylor Marshal Teague John B. Thomas James Thomas John F. Thigpen, Jr. Clyde B. Trent Milton C. Truckner Claude Wayland Tucker William Eric Tucker Max Tucker Walter L. Tucker B. B. Turnage Charlie H. Tyer Hershel Tyson Vernon Tyson William V. Tyson

Willi.im C. Vaughan James C. Vincent Clarence Vincent, Jr. William A. Van Nortwick Dan Waddell Howard T. Waldrop Paul Waldrop Roy Ward N. E. Wacren Herbert B. Warrick Brant Waters David S. Watson Edna H. Weaver Robert R. West

.indsey Whichard &ertD.Whichard, Jr. James L. White Sam T. White Carl Whitehurst W. B. Whitehurst

lames L. Whitfield Dallas G. Whitfield Alton F. Whitley

Edna E. Whitley

Robert Whitley

Herbert Wilkerson

Louis Wilkerson

Norman Wilkerson

Ernest WiUard

Kenneth A. Willard

Harry Willey

Joe Williams

John R. Williams

John W. Williams

L. C. Willis

Helen Wilson

Tom E. Wilson

Floyd Woody

Charles S. Wooten

William V. Workman

John Bryce Worley

James R. Worsley

Dan Wright

William Wright

George Wynne

Robert C. Young

John W. Young

Nick Zuras
















Howard J. McGinni Ailing Presidcii

The President

Dear Seniors:

We have been delighted to have you as citizens on the campus at East CaroHna Teachers College during the past four years. Your Alma Mater and the State of North Carolina will profit by your having been here. Commencement day will conclude, for some of you, your college experience with its pleasant associations. Its opportunities for the acquisition of knowledge and the development of personal skills, habits and attitudes under faculty guidance become for you now a pleasant memory. I hope the experience has been all and more than you expected when you came as a Freshman ; that it has contributed abundantly to the enrichment of your personalities; that you may reap the fruits of this experience during each succeeding year of your lives; and that you may be able and willing to share these fruits to enrich the lives of others who have been less fortunate. May your influence, skill and talents be given generously to help lift a stricken world from its present unfortunate plight into the light of a better day.

Howard J. McGinnis, Acting President.






Administration

The college cannot guarantee success to every student who enters its doors. All it guarantees is opportunity, guidance, companionship and good will. I trust you have made use of the opportunities offered, and that you have gained much from your stay at East Carolina Teachers College.

Annie L. Morton.

To YOU TO WHOM commencement this year will mean most - congratu- lations. May it be a commencement in the truest sense of the word, and may your four years at East Carolina Teachers College have greatly increased within you higher ideals, higher morals, and a keener desire with a stronger determination to do your utmost to make this unsettled world a happier place in which to live. May your lives be challenges to all who follow you here.

Wendell W. Smiley, Counselor to Men.

Annie L. Morton, Dean of Won

Wendell W. Smiley, Counselor to Men

Fifteen






FACULTY AN[

n . vjarl Adams Frances Alex Marguerite Austin Dr. B. B. Brandt Dr. W. A. Browne Dr. E. i< jrowning

Secona tow: Dr. Mary Caughey Pearl Chapman Lucile O.arlton W. K. Christian Stella Cox f. B. Cummings

Third Ro W.- Ralph C-DeA Dr. W. S. DeLoadi Audrey Dempsey Dr. Preston W. Edsall >na C. Ellis Charles Fisher

Fomih Row: Dr. Beerher Flu. g. - Dr. A. D. Frank l-ois Gorrell

Mary Green Lois Grigsby Mrs. Joy. Hill Hales

Fiith Row: O. A. Hankner Dr. Huh, C. Hayr E. CHo\ar Katherine Holt^^lai Emma L. Hooper Mamie Jenkins

Sixth Row: Gussie Kuykendall Mabel Lacy Jean Lane Kate W. Lewis Velma Lowe Annie C Newell

Sex'enlh Row:

Dr. J. L. Orpelt

Mrs. Mae Gilliam Parrish

Dr. P. W. Picklesimer

Dr. M. N. Posey

Mrs. Annie Sellers

Dr. R. J. Slay






ADMINISTRATION

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Fin. low. Dr. Paul A. Toll Dr. Lucile Turner Louise Y;"illiams Dr. Christine Wilton \liia Browning Dora Coate:

S econ J Pr. W.- Ruth Faison Louise Galphin Eliz .beth K, nan C .ristine Johnston Eunice McGee F.athModlin

Third R-w: L-;cv N-. Uon

Mrs. J. L. Savage Frances Wahl Estelle Green Deanie Boone Haskell

Fourth Row: Fran'fs Lamb

. .sie Belle Lf.. -is H .iro J MacDougle Mrs. David Proctor E. R. Robinson R. B. Starlit :

Fifth Row.- Louise Swann Mrs. Christine Tripp Mrs. Luther >rring Margar.;-!; Sammon Wendell W. Smiley ^allie Norwood

Si.xth Row:

Mrs. Elizabeth Smith

Ruth White

Ruth Allen

I.Irs. Agnes Barrett

F. D. Duncan

Janie Eakes

Seremh Row: Mrs. Mildred Owens Ola S. Ross Mrs. L. L. Rives Alya Ray Taylor Stella Grogan Lucy Stokes






DEPARTMENTS, INSTRUCTORS

Administration and Supert'isi. Dr. J. L. Oppelt

Commerce:

Dr. E. R. Browning, Direct

Audrey Dempsey

Lena C. Ellis

Mrs. Joyce Hill Hales

Velma Lowe

Education and Psychology : Dr. Carl L. Adams, Virectc Lucile Charlton Dora E. Coates Dr. H. C. Haynes Annie C. Newell Frances Wahl

English :

Dr. Lucile Turner, Directo,

W. K. Christian

Mary Greene

Lois Grigsby

Emma L. Hooper

Mamie Jenkins

Dr. M. N. Posey

Foreign Language: R. C. Deal, Director Marguerite Austin

Geography:

Dr. P. W. Picklesimer, Dir Dr. W. A. Browne J. B. Cummings

History:

Dr. A. D. Frank, Director

SallieJ.Davis

Dr. Preston W. Edsall

E. C. Hollar

Laura T. Rose

Home Economics :

Dr. Katharine Holtzclau

Mrs. Adelaide Bloxton

Pearl Chapman

Stella Cox

Julia C. Fowler

Mabel Lacy

Mrs. Ethel R. Watters

Mathematics :

Maria Graham, Director Ellen Caldwell Louise Williams

Dr. Karl Gilbert, Dm Eleanor Ethridge Charles Fisher Lois V. Gorrell Gussie Kuykendall

Physical Education:

Dr. F. P. Brooks, Direct Frances Alex O. A. Hankner Nell Stallings

Public School Art: Kate W. Lewis, Dir Jean Lane

Social Science:

Dr. A. D. Frank, Acting Director Dr. Beecher Flanagan Mrs. Annie C. Sellers Dr. Paul A. Toll

Dr. R. ].SUy, Director Dr. B. B. Brandt Dr. Mary Caughey Dr. W. S. DeLoach Mrs. Mae Gilliam Parrish Dr. Christine Wilton

Library Science:

Wendell W. Smiley, Directo Margaret Sammon Elizabeth Walker

Training School Critic Teacher. Frances Wahl, Principal Alma Browning Ruth Faison Louise Galphin Elizabeth Hyman Christine Johnston Eva Keeter Eunice McGee Ruth Modlin Lucy Nulton Cleo Rainwater Anne Redwine Mrs. Lindsay Savage

High School Critic Teachers: Estelle Greene Deanie Boone Haskett Frances Lamb Jessie Belle Lewis Mrs. Bessie Picklesimer Imogene Riddick E. R. Robinson Ona Shindler Robert Starling Alice Strawn Virginia Louise Swann Mrs. Christine Tripp






\ND ADMINISTRATION

RegiUfiir, Act!H)> President: Dr. Howard J. McGinnis

Tre.,s;irer; F. D. Duncan

'ean of Women : Annie L. Morton

Counselor to Men: Wendell W. Smiley

Resident Physician: Frederick P. Brooks

Secretary : Janie Fakes

Cashier:

Mrs. Jack Edwar

Secretary in Treasurer's Offic Ruth Allen

Dining Hall Steward : Mrs. L. L. Rives

Dietitian :

Mrs. Rose Harrell

Dormitory Counselors : Ruth White Sallie Norwood

Dormitory Housekeeper: Katherine Davis

Superintendent of Infirmary: Stella Gragan

Assistant Superintendent of Infirmary: Lucy Stokes

Secretary to Home Economics Dept. : Mrs. Louise Davis

Director Laboratory Schools Junius H. Rose

Assistant Dietitian: Alya Ray Taylor

Secretary in Registrar's Office Mrs. Martha Jane McKey

Secretary to President : Agnes W. Barrett

Assistant Dean of Women: Mrs. Elizabeth Smith

Secretary in Alumni Office: Mrs. Ruth B. Garner

Assistant Registrar: Ola S. Ross

Secretary to Registrar: Tommie Lou Corbitt

Secretary in PL Ellen B. Bowen

Bookkeeper:

Mrs. Mildred Owens











CLASSES











1






SENIOR CLASS

We are the second War Class. When we enrolled as Freshmen in the fall of 1941, there were three hundred and one girls and thirty- seven boys. In the fall of 1944, the Senior class enrollment numbered one hundred and fifty-four girls and three boys. Although the war has kept us from being a normal class, there has been no lack of school spirit or cooperation. Instead, our class has always shown a spirit of cooperation and leadership comparable to that of any other group of students on our campus.

Muriel Whitehurst, Vice-President






For four years we have worked together - hard, faithfully, and patiently. It was with the help and guidance of our competent advisers, Miss Pearl Chapman and Dr. M. N. Posey, that we have successfully sponsored five dances and our Senior play. We have been a busy class - a class that has striven to uphold the high standards set by the classes which preceded us.

To those of us who were called upon to serve our country in war, we wish a safe return. Though you could not graduate with us we feel that you are with us still - members of a class that will do its best to carry on in the free and peaceful nation you are so bravely trying to preserve.

)F 1945

1

Jessie Earp, Treasurer

Eleanor Phillips, Secretary

Twenty-five






First Row:

Mattie Grace Alderman

Pilieland College,

Sarah Frances Allman

Science Club, 1, 2, 3, I

Malhenijlics and English W. A. A.. 3; Poe Society. 3. +; Englisli Club.

Home Economic-! and Science Home Economics Club, 1, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A.,

Parkersburg, N. C.

ary, 1; C.lee Club. 3. I.

. Charlotte, N. C.

2; \V. A. A.. 2.

Mary Elizabeth Austin Greenville, N. C.

Science and Social Science

Poe Society. 1; Metliodist Student A.ssociation. 1. 2. 8, Council. 2; Day Student Committee. 2: .Mplia

Alpha Sigma. 2. 3.

Mari- Louise Aycock Fremont, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Y. W. C. A., 3. 1: Lanier Society, 1, 2. 3, 4.

Aldine Barnhill Greenville, N. C.

Bu tines I Education and Mathematics

Ellen Barnhill Greenville, N, C.

Grammar Grade Education

Second Roiv:

Elizabeth Anne Batson Burgaw, N. C.

Primary Education

Sybil Beaman New Bern, N. C.

Primary Education

Y. W. C. A.. 1, 2. 3. 4; Young Democrats' Club, 2; Future Teachers of America, 3; Association for

Childliood Education, 2. 3. 4. Executive Board, 2, Vice-President, 3; Poe Society. 1, 2. 3. 4: Wesley

Foundation Council. 2. 3. Secretary. 3; House Committee. 3. 4; Publications Board. 3. 4: Business

Manager of Teco Echo, 3. 4.

Ellis Bedsworth Marshallberg, N. C.

Business Education and History Louisburg College. 1; Commerce Club. 2. 4: Y. M. C. A.. 2. 3. CabineJ. 2. 3: Courtesy Card Committee.

Student Cooperative Council. Government Association. Summer Judiciary. 4; House Committee. 4; Wlio's Wlio .

Students

Student Cooperative Vice-chairman of Men's American Universities and Colleges.

Winifred Bond Oriental, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education Flora Macdonald College. 1; Poe Society. 3; Y. \V. C. A.. I: Asswiation for Clcikiliood Kducation. I.

Gretchen Boswell Wilson, N. C.

Business Education and jMalbemalics

Mathematics Club, 1, 2, 3. 4: Commerce Club, 2; Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3; W. A. A.. 1. 2: Alplia Iota

Sorority. 2; Pi Omega Pi Fraternity. 3. 4. Secretary. 4; Class Representative to Student Cooperative

Council, 3; Elections Committee, 3: Vice-Chairman of Women's Judiciary, 4. Treasurer. Summer '44:

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. 4.

Dorothea Bovette Keniy, N. C.

Spanish and Mathematics

SENIOR CLASS....1945






ThndRow:

Frances Brewer Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education Women's Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Association for Cliildliood Education. 3; Lanier Society, 2, 3. 1. Marshal. 3.

Elizabeth Bridgers Greenville, N. C.

Music and English

Day Student Committee. 2. 3, President. 3: Women's Judiciary. 3; Women's Cliorus. 1. 2. 3; Orcliestra.

3; "Martha," 1: Vocal Ensemble. 2. 3; Social Committee. 2; Alumni Daughters' and Sons' Club. 1. 2. 3.

Reporter, 1, 2; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. 4.

Doris Brock Kenansville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Edith Brown Magnolia, N, C.

Primary Education V. W. C. A., 2. 4: Association for Childhood Education. 2. 3. 4: 'Class Secretary. 3.

Elizabeth Brown Greenville, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Mary Bryan La Grange, N. C.

Business Education and History Emerson Society. 1. 2, 3. 4. Secretary. 1. President. 3; College Marshal. 2: Zeta Delta Chapter of Alpha Iota Sorority. 2; Beta Kappa Chapter of Pi Omega Pi Fraternity. 3. 4. Vice-President. 4; Commerce Club. 1, 2. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2, 3, 4: Young Democrats' Cluli, 1; Budget Committee. 3; Student Cooperative Council, 3; Chairman of Publications Board. 4; Senior Superlative: Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 4.






MiLLisoN Bryant Rich Square, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Edith Buck Kinston, N. C.

Business Education and English

Sarah Willson Bullock Roxboro, N. C.

Mathematics and Physical Education W. A. A.. 1, 2; Mathematics Club. 1, 2. 3; Lanier Society. 2. 3.

Evangeline Butler Clinton, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Pinelaiul College. 1. 2; W. A. A.. 3; Poe Society. .S. 4; Home Economics Club. 3. i: .\lplia Alplia

Margaret Butler Tabor City, N. C.

Business Education and History

Aleene Cade Fuquay Springs, N. C.

Primary Education

Lanier Society. 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary. 2; Association for Childhood Education. 3. 4; A Capperia Choir.

I. 2; Band. 2; V. W. C. A.. 4; Commerce Club. 2.

Lota Cain Fayetteville, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Frances McDaniel Carter Woodland, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Hall Proctor, 2: House President. 3; Alpha Alpha Sigma. 4; Home Economics Club, 1. 2. 4; House

Committee. 3; Methodist Student Association, 1, 2; College Marshal, 4.

Leslie Chadwick Gloucester, N. C.

Mathematics and Science

Harriet Chestnutt Snow Hill, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science

Woman's College, 1; Emerson Society. 3. 4: Commerce Club. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President. 3; Pi Omega

Pi Fraternity. 3, 4, Historian, 4.; Secretary of Women's Judician". 4: V. W. C. A.. 2. 3. 4.

Ida Florine Clark Everetts, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretars'. 3; Poe Society. 1. 2. 3. 4; Alumni Daughters' and Sons' Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; Young Democrats' Club. 1; Campbell Club, 3. 4, President, 3.

Doris Cobb La Grange, N. C.

Business Education and Science

Y. W. C. A., 1. 2. 3. 4; Poe Society. 2. 3. 4: Young Democrats' Club. 2; Commerce Club. 2. 3, 4;

Alumni Daughters' and Sons' Club. 4.

SENIOR CLASS

1945






Mary Alice Cohoon

Home Economics and Social Science

Columbia, N. C.

Hall Proctor, 1; Band, 2; Home Economics Club, 1, 3; Emerson Society, 1, 2, 8; College Marshal, 2, 3; House President, Summer '44; Chairman of Social Committee, 3: House Committee, 2; Student Co- operative Council, Summer '44; Cheerleader, 2; Y. W. C. A,, 1; Senior Superlative; Features: Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 4.

Sarah Collins . Alice Copeland

Grammar Grade Education

Angier, N. C. A kie, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

President, 3, Vice-President, 4; College Marshal, 4; Class Teco Echo Representative, 4.

Elsie Corbitt Gatesville, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

W. A. A., 1 2, 3, 4. Cabinet, 4; Tecoan Representative. 4; Band. 3; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; House

Committee, 4; Association for Childhood Education, 3. 4.

Bessie Council Durham, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, i; Wesley Foundation Cabinet, 2, 4. President, Summer '44, Vice- President, Summer '43; Poe Societv. 1, 2, 8, 4, Reporter, 3: House Committee, 2, 4, President. 4; Associate Business Manager of Tec< n, 3; Chairman of Elections Committee, 3; Courtesy Card Com- mittee. 8; Women's Judiciary, 4; President of Student Cooperative Government Association, Summer '44; Senior Superlative; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 4.

WiLMA CoZART Greenville, N. C.

Primary Education






F/>t/ Row:

Delton Creech Smithfield. N. C.

Ait/ lie .tnd History

Garnette Crocker Seaboard, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science W. A. A.. 2. 3, 4.

Sara Beryl Currin Oxford, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science roe Society, I. 2; 4-H Club, 1, 2; Home Economics Club. 1, 2, 3. 4: V. W, C. A.. I.

Beverly Cutler Washington, N. C.

Business Education and Science Phi Sigma Pi Fraternity. 1. 2, 3, Vice-President, 2. Historian, 3; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 1. 2. 3. Social Chairman, 1. Permanent Records Chairman. 2, Treasurer. 3; Science Club. 2; Young Democrats- Club. 1. 2; Baseball, 1, 2; Basketball, 1. 2. 3; Football, 2, 3: House President. Summer K: Mens Student Goyernment Association. 2. 3, Secretary-Treasurer. 2, Chairman. 3 ; Commerce Club. 3 : \\ ho s Who Among Students in American Uniyersities and Colleges. 4.

Willie Mae Daniels Oxford, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Y W. C. A., 1. 2, 3. 4, President, 4, \'ice-President, 3, Secretan'. 2, Presidents' School, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Danforth Scholarship Winner; \'ice-President of Class, 1: Lanier Society. 1. 2, 3: Constitution Committee. 2: Alpha Alpha Sigma. 3. 4; Business Staff of Pifces O' Eight, 1, 2: Collegiate 4-H Club President. 1, 2: Chairman Point System Committee. 3; Student Cooperative Council. 4; Features: Who's Who Among Students in American I'niversities and Colleges. 4.

Elizabeth Darden Hertford, N. C.

Hotne Economics and Science Class Teco Echo Representative, 1; Orchestra. 1: Band. 1. 2. 3; Swmg Band, 2, 3; Y. W. C. A., 1: House Committee, 2: Home Economics Club. 1. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President. 4; College Marshal, 2; Student Cooperative Council, Summer '43: Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges, 4.

Second Row:

Richard David Vanceboro, N. C.

Social Science and Science Elon College. 1: Phi Sigma Pi. 3. 1; Band. 3. 4: Orchestra, 3, 1: Swing Band, 3. 4.

Bi-RSHA Bob Davis Mount Olive, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Mars Hill College, 1: Lanier Society, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America, 4; Association for Childhood

Education, 4: Senior Superlative; Student Cooperative Council. 3.

Eva Edwinia Deanes Murfreesboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Louisburg Junior College, 1: Y. W. C. A.. 2, 3; W, A. A., 3, 4; Home Economics Club. 2, 3. 4;

Science Club. 4; Glee Club, 2.

Frances Eakes Stokes, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club. 1; Science Club, 1; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; House riesident, I; Womens

Judiciary, 4.

Jessie Earp . Holly Springs, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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

Club, 2. 3, Treasurer, 3; House Committee. 3; Elections Committee. 3, 4, Chairman, 4; Class Treasurer,

4- Wesley Foundation Council. 2. 3. 4, Vice-President, 4; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3; Young Democrats' Club.

1, 2.

Annie Lee Eason Elm City, N. C.

Mathematics and Science Mathematics Club, 1. 2. 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer, 2; Science Club. 2. 3. 4: Y. W. C. A.. 1; Vice- President House Committee, 3; Point System Committee, 4.

SENIOR CLASS....1945






Third Row:

Lucille Edwards Chicod, N. C.

Primary Education

Mary Frances Ellis FayetteviUe, N. C.

English and French

Baptist Student Union, 1, 2. 3, Secretary, 2, Social Chairman. 3 : Y. W. C. A., 1, 2. 3. Personnel

Chairman. 3; English Club. 2, 3. Vice-President, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha Fraternity. 2, 3; Chi Pi Players.

2. 3. "Jane Evre," 2 ; W. A. A., 1 ; House Committee. 3 : Elections Committee. 3 ; Publications Board,

3; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 4.

Grace Lee Evans Harrellsville, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

W. A. A., 1, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 2. 3; Association for Childhood Education, 3, 4: Foe Society, 3, 4,

Secretary, 4.

Harriet Everett Palmyra, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club, 3, 4; Alpha Alpha Sigma, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 4.

Janice Fairless Harrellsville, N. C.

Primary Education Lanier Society. 1. 2, 3; Association for Childhood Education. 1, 2, 3: Young Democrats' Club, 1; Vice- President of Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary, 2; Big Sister, 3; Y. W, C. A., 1. 2; Baptist Student Union Council, Summer '43.

Geraldine Felton Colerain, N. C.

Primary Education

Association for Childhood Education, 1. 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Big Sister, 2, 3; W. A. A.,

3, 4; Emerson Society, 3, 4.






First Row:

Morris Flow Louisburg, N. C.

Butinea Education and Music

Anne Gillam Windsor, N. C.

Primary Edttcatwn Poc Society, I, 2, 3. 1; Marslial, -I; Association for Cliildliooil E<luciition. t; V. W. C. A., 1.

Evelyn H. Glenn Greenville, N. C.

Home Economici and Science

Jean Courtney Goggin Suffolk, Va.

Social Science and English

Farmville State Teachers College. I; Y. W. C. A.. 2. 3; W. A. A.. 2. 3, 4; Emerson Society. 2. 3. i:

Youns Democrats' Club. 2; English Club, 3, 4; Editorial Staff of Pieces O' Eight, 3. I: Associate

Editor cf Teio Echo, 3, 4: Student Cooperatiye Council. 4.

Sylvia Greene Roduco, N. C.

Mathematics and History

Marietta Griffin Dover, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Second Row:

Julia Ann Hancock New Bern, N. C.

Business Education and Physical Education Commerce Club. 1, 1; Y. W. C. A.. 1: W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Volley Ball, Varsity. 3.

Jane Hardy Rocky Mount, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Lillian Harris Farmviile, N. C

Home Economics and Social Science

Louisburg College, 1; Y. W. C. .\.. 2; Home Economics Club. 2. 3. 4; Poe Society. 3, I: Glee Club. 2:

Methodist Student Commission Secretary. 4.

Jane Harrison Greenville, N. C.

Business Education and English

Catherine Hester Hurdle Mills, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club. 1, 2, 3, 1; Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3. 4: Science Club. 1; Methodist Student Asso- ciation, 1, 2. 3; W. A. A., 1. 2; T,r, Erh,i Representatiye. 1; Po Society. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Vernie Hewett Supply, N. C.

Primary Education Pineland College, 1, 2; Y. W. C. A.. 4; Poe Society. 3. 4,

SENIOR CLASS....1945

Thirty-two






Third Row:

Lillian Beatrice Mines New Bern, N. C.

Home Economics and Science V. W. C. A., 1. .->, 3. 4, Vice-President of Freshmen "Y"; W. A. A.. 3. 4: Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3, 4. Vice-President, 3, President, 4; House Committee, 3; Poe Society, 2, 3, 4; Secretary House Committee. Summer 44; Women's ,Iudiciary, Summer '44; Interfa'tli Council, 2: Free WiJI Baptist Student League. 1. 2. Vice-President, 1. President, 2; Big Sister, 2; Student Cooperative Council, 4.

Mary Edith Hollingsworth La Grange, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Emerson Society, 1, 2, 3. 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2. 4: Alpha Alpha Sigma, 3. 4; Senior Superlative.

Yvonne Honeycutt Roseboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Pineland College, 1, 2; W, A. A., 3; Poe Society, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Alpha Alpha

Sigma, 3, 4.

Jessie Mae Horne Pendleton, N. C.

History and French Baptist Student Union. 4; W. A. A., 3; Sigma Pi Alpha, 3, 4, Secretao', 4; Y. W. C. A.. 4.

Mildred Horne Roseboro, N. C.

English and French

Rebecca Horton Zebulon, N. C.

Primary Education

Association for Childhood Education. 2, 3, 4, Third Vice-President, 4; Y, W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Lanier

Society, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir. 1, 2: Glee Club, 3, 4; Big Sister, 2; Associate Business Manager

Tecoan, 3; Business Manager Tecoan, 4; Publications Board, 4.






Ellis Bedsworth

Elizabeth Darden

Mary Frances Ellis

Gretchen Boswell

Elizabeth Bridgers

Mar-i- Bryan

Who's Who Among Colleges and

Dorothy Lewis

Pat Edw'ards Merrill

Hilda Moore

Myrtle Price

f>l^^






MaR'1- ALK 1 ( iiHooX

Bessie Council

Beverly Cutler

Willie Mae Daniels

Camille Jernig

Students In American Universities

Marjorie Privott

Sam Strickland

Alice Wiggins

Clarine Johnson

Vivian Yelverton






Pint Ron-:

RuBV HunsoN Spindale, N. C.

Business Educalion and English

Mar< Hill 1. 2; V. W. C. A.. :) : Baptist Student Union President. Summer 11; Student Cooperative

Cimncil, 4; Pi Omega Pi Fraternity, 4; Lanier Society. 3. I; Commerce Clut), 4; P^nglisli Club, 4:

Two Echo Stair. 3, 4.

Margaret Ipock Ernul, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education \. W. C, A.. 1, 2, 3, 4; Association for Cliildhood Education, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4.

Dorothy Cherry Jarvis Washington, N. C,

English and Social Science Atlantic Christian College, 1, 2: Lanier Society. 3. 4: English Club, 3, 1; Alpha Alpha Sigma, 3, 4.

Elizabeth Jenkins Aulander, N. C.

History and Art Y W C. A.. 1, 2, 3. 4; Lanier Society. 2. 3. 4; Student Cooperative Council, 3. 4; Poster Bureau President, 3, 4; Chi Pi Players. 3, 4; Pieces O' Eight Art Editor. 1. 2. 3. 4; Associate Editor. Tko.an. 4.

Camille Jernigan Aulander, N. C.

Music and English Women's Student Government A.ssociation Treasurer. 2; Marshal. 2. 3; Entertainment Committee Chair- man. 3; Class President. 4: Y, W. C. A.. 1. 2. 4: English Club. 1. 2. 3. 4: Poe Society. 1. 2; 3. 4; Young Democrats' Club. 1. 2; Chi Pi Players. 2. 3. 4; Choir. 1: Glee Club, 2, 3. 4; Big Sister. 2. 4; Handbook Committee. 2: Opera "Martha." 2; Delegate to Student Legislature. 3. 4; Bond Day Com- mittee. 2; May Court Attendant. 3; Teeo Echo Staff. 3; Senior Superlative; Features: Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 4.

Martha Clarine Johnson Wilmington, N. C.

Business Education and English Baptist Student Union Council. 2. 3, 4, Second Vice-President, 2. Director, 3. President. 4: Y. W. C. A., I, 2, 3. 4; President Freshman "Y": English Club. 2. 3. 4: Alpha Iota Sorority. 2; Pi Omega Pi Fraternity, 3. 4. Recording Secretary. 3: Student Cooperative Council. 3. 4: First Assistant Treasurer of Student Cooperative Government Association. 4: Chairman of Budget Committee. 4; Senior Superlative; Features; Who's Who Among Student in American Universities and Colleges. 4.

Second Row:

Miriam Johnson Pendleton. N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Association for Childhood Education. 1. 2. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A.. 1, 2; Poe Society, 2, 3; Big Sister, 2:

A Cappella Choir. 2; Baptist Student Union. 1. 2. 3. 4, Treasurer, 4.

Sue Johnson Dunn, N, C.

Business Education and Mathematics

Mildred H. Jordan Elm City, N. C.

History and Physical Education Emerson Society. 2. 3. 4; W. A. A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Ycmng Democrats' Club. 1.

Laurene Marshburn Keltner Clinton, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Lanier Society, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club, 1. 2. Secretary. 1. Historian. 2; Home Economics Club, 1. 2. 3. 4;

Y. W. C. A.. 3: Baptist Student Union Council. 3. 4; Alpha Alpha Sigma'. 3. 4; Associate Business

Manager of Pieees O' Eight. 3. 4; Big Sister. 2. 3.

Louise Kilgo Greenville, N. C.

Business Education and Music

Greensboro College. 1. 2; Teen Echo Staff. 3; Orchestra. 4; Glee Club. 3. 4; May Day Attendant. 3;

Emerson Society, 3. 4.

Nancy Kilpatrick Hookerton, N. C.

Primary Education

SENIOR CLASS.. ..1945






Third Row:

Worth Lanier Chinquapin, N. C.

Primary Educalion Westminster Fellowship. 1, 2, 3, 4; House President, 2: Y. \V. C. A.. 1. 2, 3. 4, Council, 2, 3; Associa- tion for Childhood Education, 2, 3. 4, Corresponding Secretary, 4; W. A. A, 3; Lanier Society, 3, 4: House Comnrittee. 4.

Louise Lassiter Aulander, N. C.

Grammar Grade Educalion

Piece.': O' EUiM Staff, 1: Y. W. C. A., 2, 3, Cabinet, 8: Lanier Society. 2, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4: Poster

Bureau, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, 4; Association for Childhood Education, 4.

Josephine Iris Lee Newton Grove, N, C.

Primary Educalion

Y. W. C, A,. 1. 2, 3, 4: Association for Childhood Education, 1. 2, 3, 4; W. A. A.. 1, 2, 3; Cdee Club.

2, 3. 4,

Dorothy Hope Lewis Farmville, N, C.

Buuf,e> < Ed nc, I ion .,nj English Commerce Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club. l. 2. :i. l; IN.r .su.icty, 1, 2, 3. 4; Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2, 3. 4; /:eta Delta Chapter of Alpha Iota Sororiti. 2. :i ; Beta K.iiipn chapter of Pi Omega Pi Fraternity. 3. 4: President of Student Cooperative Goverimiciit A,",.Li,itii.ii. :i ; Cliief Marshal, 4: Treasurer of Women's Judiciary, 4; We.sley Foundation Coumil. 2. .i, l. \icc I'rcsiilent, 3, President, 4; Vice President of First Dictrict of North Carolina Methodist Student Movement. 4: Senior Superlative; Features: Wlio's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 4.

Nell Rachel Lewis Parkton, N. C.

Primary Educalion

Elsie McCain Newport, N. C

Home Economics and Social Science

Thirty-i






FhaRow:

Jean McDonald St. Pauls, N. C.

2: Intern

2; V.

QuEENiE McGowAN Greenville, N. C

Home Economict .ind Science

Sarah Campbell McInnis Wagram, N. C

Primary Education Biinil, 3. 4: Association for C'hilillioorl Education, 3. 4, Cabinet. 4: Westminster Fellowsliip. I. 2. 3

Day Stud

4. Council. 3, 4

Alene McLamb .

College Choir, 1 ; Home E(

Lois Kathryn McLeod

2, 3, Vlpha

Erho Reporter. 3,

Home Economics c 4: Y. W. C. A., 1. 2 Alpha Sigma. 3, 4;

Committee. 4.

. Roseboro, N. C

4; Alplia Alplia Sigma. 3.

. Carthage, N. C,

student Faculty Con

Kello

Margaret McMillan Wade, N. C.

Home Economics and Science V. W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Westminster Fellowsliip. I. 2, 3. 4. Treasurer. 3. Cabinet. 4; Lanier Society.

u- Ki

3. 4; Sci(

Second Row:

Bertha Mallard Trenton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

V. W. C. A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club. I, 2, 3. 4: Baptist Student Leasuc, 1. 2. 3. 4. President.

3: BiK -Sister. 2. 4; Interfaitli Council. 3; 4-H Club. 3: Vice-President House Committee. 3; Student

Cooperative Council, 3; Science Club. 4.

Mary Lois Mercer Lumberton, N. C.

Primary Education

i.d College

Poe Society. 3.

Asso:

Pat Edwards Merrill Hertford, N. C

H.o.uEcnunmn-^juJSnd.dSaan-, Poe Society

- Club, iscopal

Y. W. C. A.. 1, 2; Ali.li.i \l:' I ^-1 . I ' - y-' -'.. - ' :-- I . -ii.

Staff of Tero Effto, 2; Editorial -ii .: Ii>. . I'l

Girls" Auxiliary. 1, 2. 3, 4. Trea-n _ . 1 a \ \ _ -

Manora Mewborn Snow Hill, N. C.

Business Education and Music

Poe Society. 1. 2. 3. 4; W. A. A.. 1. 2: Young Democrats' Club. 1. 2: Commerce Club. 3. 4: Tero Echo

Representative. 3; Alpha Iota Sorority. 2. 3; Pi Omega Pi Fraternity. 3. 4. Treasurer. 1: Big Sister.

2; A Cappella Clioir. 1. 2. Secretary. 2; Vocal En.semble. 3; Clee Club. i.

RowENA Montague Oxford, N. C.

Business Education and English Young Democrats' Club. 1; English Club. 2. 3. 4, Treasurer. 4; V. W. C. .^.. 2. 3, Caljinet. 3: West- minster Fellowship, 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President. 3. -\cting President. 4.

Hilda Moore Greenville, N. C.

Mathematics and P' . ,-.'/./,.. ./

W. A. A.. 1. 2. 3. Head of Hiking. 2. Field Ho. k. > \ i- i : Mathematics Club. 1. 2. 3: Chi Pi

Players, i. 2, 3, Trea.surer. 2. "Claudia." 2; Aim hi;!. lihI Sons' Club, 1. 2. 3. Treasurer.

2: Who's Who Among Students in Am i .; I : , i-itiej and Colleges, 4.

SENIOR CLASS

1945






1 \ '^

I!' ^

Third Row:

Sarah Moore Greenville, N. C.

Science jnd Spanish

Sarah Anne Moss Stokes, N. C.

Primary Educdiion W. A. A., 1. 2, 3. 4: Lanier Society, 2. 3; Assodation for Chiklhnorl Education, 4; Y. W. C. A.. 4.

Sue Norwood Virgilina, Va.

Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club, 1 : Science Clul), 1 ; W. A. A., 1, 2, s, 4.

Pearl Ogburn Willow Springs, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Jewell Orr Willard, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club, i, 2, 8, 4; Science Club, 3, 4; V. W. C. A., 4.

Louise Overton Ahoskie, N. C.

Primary Education roe Society, 1, 2. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A.. I. 2: Young Democrats' Club, 1; Association for Cliildliootl






First Rou\-

ZuLA Pearson Clinton, N. C.

Grammar Grade EJucalion

V. W. C. A., 1. 2; Lanier Soiietv. 1, .>: Association for C'liildliood Education, 3; Future Teacliers of

Anieriea, >. 3. I. Librarian. 3, President. 4; C'lioir, 3; Methodist Student Assm-iation. 1, 2.

Dorothy Peele Lewiston, N. C.

Physical Education and Science W. A. A., 1. 2. 3. 4. Head of Tennis, 2, Secretary. 3. President. 4. Basketball Varsity. 2. 3, Soccer Varsity, 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Varsity, 2. 3. 4, Softball Varsity, 2, 3, Tennis Varsity. 2. 3. Volley Ball Varsity, 3; Science Club. 3. 4: Museum Club. 3; House and Grounds Committee. 3; Student Co- operative Council. 4.

Eleanor Phillips Trenton, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Louisburg College. 1: Alpha Alpha Sigma, 3, 4: Home Economics Club. 2. 3. 4; Y. W. ('. A.. 2. 3;

Class Secretary, 4.

Christine Pittard Angler, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Retha Pope Clinton, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Lanier Society, 1, 2. 3; Baptist Student Union. 1, 2. 3, 4; V. \V. C. A., 1, 2. 3, 4; Alplia Alplia Sisnia. 4.

Myrtle Cathleen Price New Bern, N. C.

English and History

Second Row:

Rebecca Pridcen Elm City, N. C

Mathematics and History

Marjorie Privott Edenton, N. C

Home Economics and Science

Representa 3; Women-; Colleges. 4

Home Economics Club, 1. 2, 3. 4; V. W. C. A.. 1. 2, 3. 4; Lanier Society. 3. 4. Marshf five to Women's Student Government Association, 2; President House Commiti Judiciary, 3. 4. Chairman. 4; Who's Who Among Students in American I'niversities

Helene Styles Ramsey Burnsville, N. C

Home Economics and Science Asheville College. 1. 2: Y. W. C. A.. 4: H.mie Economics Club. 3: Science Cluli. i.

Elizabeth Register

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

Clinton, N. C.

Ellen Riddick

English Club. 3. 4:

Bits.

HobbsviUe, N. C.

is Education and English

House Committee, 4: Pi Omega Pi Fraternity. 3. 4. Parlia- President. 4; Senior Superlative.

Ruth Roach New Bern, N. C.

French and Spanish Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha. 2. 3. 4: Tico Echo Representative, 3.

SENIOR CLASS

1945






Sarah Roberson Spring Hope, N. C.

Home Economici and Science

Alice Rowell Garysburg, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Reba Grace Sanderson Pink Hill, N. C.

Primary Educalwn Y. W. C. A., 1, 4; Lanier Society. 2; Association for Cliildliood Education. .! : Women's Cliorus.

Leona Sasser Selma, N. C.

English and Social Science

y. W. C. a.. 2. 3. Cabinet, 2. .! ; Englisli Club. 3. 4; Teco Echo Reporter, 4; Poe Society. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Secretary, 3; Alplia Alpha Sigma. 4.

Jean Meredith Scarborough Grifton, N. C

History and Physical Education

Campbell Junior College. 1; W. A. A.. 3. 4, Cabinet, 4; Soccer Var.sity. 3; Emerson Society, 3, 4,

Secretary, 4; Secretary House Committee, Summer '44; Student Cooperative Council, Summer '44;

Big Sister, 4; College Marshal, 4; Cheerleader, 4.

Genevieve Shine

Home Economics and Science

Arapahoe, N. C.






Pirsl Row:

Marv Elizabeth Slate Reidsville, N. C,

Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club, 1, 4; Science Club, 1, 4; Y. W. C. A., 2, 3, 4; Big Sister, 3. I; Balitist StudenI Union Council, I.

Jewel May Slater Greenville, N. C,

Home Economics and Social Science

Young Democrats' Club, 1; Commerce Club. 2; College Choir, 2; Home Economics Club, t; Twoan

Representative. 4.

Bettie Frances Smith Willard, N, C.

Primary Education

Poe Society, I: Y. W. C, A.. 1, 2, 1. Cabinet. 4; Association for Cliildliood Education, 2, t. Historian

4; W. A. A.. 2. 4.

Ethel Smith RobersonviUe,

Primary Education

Lois Smith Winterville.

Business Education and Social Science

LuciLE Elizabeth Smith Benson,

Home Economics and Social Science

Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3, I, Reporter. 4; Bapti,st Student Union Council, 3. t: Y. W. 3, 4; 4-H Club, 2, 3; A Cappella Choir, 2: Glee Club, 3: Poe Society, 2, 3: Big Sistei Alpha Sigma, 4.

Second Row:

Lucy Nell Smith Lemon Springs,

Primary Education College Orchestra, 1, 2; College Choir, i; Glee Club. 2. 3. 4: Poe Society, 3, 4, Marshal, 1; Assi for Childhood Education, 4.

Ruby Jackson Smith Hertford,

Primary Education Association for Cbililliood Education. 1. 2. 3. 4; Lanier Society. 3. 4: \V. A, A., 3, I,

Gladys Virginia Snell Columbia,

Grammar Grade Education Y, W. C. A, 2, 3, l; A.ssociation for Childhood Education. 2. 4: Future Teachers of Amei Campbell Club. 3, Devotional Chairman, 3: Big Sister, 2, 4,

Cedar Grove,

Grammar Grade Education Y, W. C, A, 1, 2; Lanier Society, 1; Choir, 3.

N. C N, C N. C

.., 1, 2 Alph;

N, C.

Nancy Stewart Sam Strickland

Business Educa,

Rich Square,

Mens Student Government Association, 2; Business Staff of Tecoa.n, 2, 3; College Band. 1, Y. M. C, A.. 1. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet. 2. Vice-President, 3, President. 4; Senior Superlative: Whc Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Lottie Tew Roseboro,

Primary Education Atlantic Christian College. 1: Association for Childhood Education. 2, 3. 4; Y. \V. C. A., 2.

SENIOR CLASS.. ..1945






Third Row.-

Margaret Thompson Smithfield, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Louise Towe Skyland, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education

Jane Tucker Greenville, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science

Ruby Wanda Tyndall Pink Hill, N. C.

Music and French

Metliotlist Student Association, 1, 2, 3. 4, Delegate to Student Conference, 1, 2, 3; Y. W. C. A.. 1, 2,

3, 4; Poe Society, 3, 4; Alumni Daughters' and Sons' Club. 4: College Band, 2, 4; A Cappella Clioir.

1. 2, 3; Young Democrats' Club, 2: Swing Band, 4; Woman's College, Summer '44.

Bonnie Allene Vause La Grange, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Emerson Societv, 1. 2, 3. 4. Treasurer. 3. Marshal. 4; Alpha Alpha Sigma. 3. 4. President. 3: Home

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

Frances Walker Winston-Salem, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education W. A. A.. 1; Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2; Association for CliildluuKl Education. 3. 4.

Forty-three






r ^^

Senior Class

Clarine Johnson Most hitelleclital

Camille Jernigan Most Tahtiled

Ellen Riddick Mom Sincere

Mar'i- Bryan Prettiest

Mabel W-inns Wittiest

Bersha Davis Cutest

MYRTLE Price Most Studious






superlatives

Sam Strickland Best Disposiiiou

Dorothy Peele Most Athletic

DoROTHi- Lewis Most Versatile, Most Capable, Most Pop/ilar

Bessie Council Most Dependable

Ethel Smith Best Dancer

Mary Edith Hollingsworth Best Dressed

Mkk\ Alice Cohoon Friendliest

Jane Hardy* Most Original

* Not pictureil.

"'*






First Row;

Grace Stoneham Walker Ahoskie, N. C

Howe Economics and Science I'eiic-e Junior College, 1, 2.

Laura Marie Walker Coinjock, N. C

Grammar Grade Education

V. W. C. A.. \. -1. i: A Cappella Cliiiir. 1. 2: Band, 2. 3. 4; Association for Cliilrlliudil Kilination. 2

3. 4; Museum Club, 3, 4.

Jennie Alston Watson Louisburg, N. C,

Home Economics and Science Catherine White Poplar Branch, N. C

Primary Education

Esther Maie White Belvidere, N. C

Enlish and French

Englisli Club. 1, 2, 3. 4, Tecoan Representative, 3: Sigma Pi Alpha, 2. 3. I. rrosrani Chairnian. 2

Vice-President, 3: Y. W. C. A.. 2, 3. Catiinet, 3; Lanier Society, 2, 3: \V. A. A.. :i. I.

Marion White Hertford, N. C

Grammar Grade Education Second Row :

Grace Whitehurst Conetoe, N. C

English and Social Science

Louishurg (iillcgc. 1: V. W. C. A., 2: English Club, 3, 4, President. 1: Alplia Alplia Sijinia. .!, 4:

Handbook Committee, t; Student Cooperative Council. L

Muriel Whitehurst South Mills, N. C.

Primary Education

Louisburg College, 1, 2: V. \V. C. A.. 3; Association for Cliildhood Education, 3. 4. .Second Vice

President. 4: Social Connnittec. 4: Class Vice-President. 4: Emerson Society, 4.

Norma Whitfield Hurdle Mills, N. C

Primary Education

Mars Hill .lunior College. 1: V. W. C. A.. 2. 3. 4: Lanier Society. 3. 4. Treasurer. I; A.ssociation for

Cliildhood Education, 4.

Alice Wiggins Sunbury, N. C

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. Reporter, 3. Trea.surer, 2; Emerson Society, 1, 2, 3, Marshal. 3:

V. W. C. \., 1; College Marshal. 2; Associate Editor of Tecoan, 3; Secretary of Women's ,Iudiciary,

Summer '43; President of Student Cooperative Oovernment Association, Sunwncr 'u; Who's Win

.Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 4.

Beatrice Williams Ayden, N. C.

Business Education and Mathematics Mathematics Club, 4; Commerce Club, 4.

Vera Pearl Williams Williamston, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Alpha Alpha Sigma, 2, 3. 4, Secretarj', 3. \'ice-President, 4; Big Sister, 2, 3, 4: 4-H Club, 2, 3, President,

3; Y. W. C. A, \. 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Cooperative Council, 3.

/

SENIOR CLASS... .1945






Third Row:

Catherine Wilson

Horn

Home Econotnhi and Social Scienct cs Club, 1, 2, 3. 4; Alpha Alpha Sigma, 3. 4, Secretar

N. C.

W. A. A., 1, 2, 3. 4; Y. W. Committee, 4; Big Sister, 3, i.

Mary Windley Henderson, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Y. W. C. A., 1; Toe Society, I, 2. 3, 4; Intersocietv Committee, 4; Home Economics Club, 3, 4;

Methodist Student Association Cabinet, 3.

PiNEAR Mae Windley Pinetown, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Ruth Spivey Winslow Hertford, N. C.

Primary Education

Lucy Winston Wendell, N. C.

Physical Education and History W. A. A.. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Varsity, 2, 3, 4; Soccer \arsitv. 2. 3, 4. Volley Ball Varsity, 2, 3, Basket- ball Varsity. 2, 3, Cabinet, I: V, W. C, A.. 3. I; Mummhii Club, 4; International Relations Club, 4; House and Grounds Coniniittcc, I; Lniiicr Society, 1, 2, 3, 4.

Charlotte Womble New Hill, N. C.

Home Economics and Science






First Rotv:

LOUVENE WoMBI.E New Hill, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Home I-> )mics Club. 1. 2. 3. I: IH riuh, 1. 2, 3, i; V. W. f. A.. 1, 2, :!. I; Lanier ScK-iety, 2, 3. l:

VouiiK DemiK-rats' Club, 2; W.A.A., 2. 3: Baptist Stutleiit IiiicMi IniMKil. 3, \. Secretary, 1.

Mary Louise Womble Rocky Mount, N. C.

Gradujic A.B.. Wiiman-s O.lleKe. University of North Carolina. lilU; Lanier Society. Baptist Student Union.

Charlotte Wooten Hookerton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Helen Wooten Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Education

Second Row:

Louise Wooten Greenville, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science

Mabel Wvnns Powellsville, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

I'ineland Junior ColleKe, 1; V. W. C. A.. 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club. 3. 1; Alpha Alpha Sisma.

3. i; W. A. A., 3. t; House Committee, 4; Senior Superlative.

Vivian Yelverton Stantonsburg, N. C.

Business Education and Science W. A. A., 1, 2, 3; Hall Proctor, 1: Lanier Society. 1; Poe Society, 2. 3, 4, Vice-President, 3: Young Democrats' Club, 1. 2; Class Tecoan Representative, 2; Methodist Student Association. 1. 2. Cabinet,

2: Y. W. C. A.. 1, 3, 4: Alumni Daughters' and Son^' riiiL. 1, : " i: \-a iitr n,-in,';. Mnnaser of

Tecoan, 2; Commerce Club, 1, 3: Zeta Delta (iMi.tn ..f Mji I ' - I'-i : K-mh. chapter

of Pi Omega Pi Fraternity, 3, 4: Science ( lull i: ( 1 i-- I',- - ( ,i: i.a nittee, 3,

Student Cooperative Council. 3, 4; Appala. Ini n Mit. |, i,i, - : , i , _- ~; i.j -.i,i. 2. 4;

Publications Board, 4; Editor of Tixoan. I; 1- .mIuv.: -wIm. - Win- \ ,- Mihlmi- m \iiMn,an Uni-

SENIOR CLASS... .1945

Forty-eight






L^otton

JJJi

Forty-nine






Bernice Godley Preudent

JUNIOR

We Juniors began our class in September, 1942, as Freshmen, with a total number of two hundred and seventy-seven, thirty-nine of whom were boys. Four our Freshman officers we chose Mozelle Hooks, Presi- dent; Margaret Johnston, Vice-President; Dorothy Jean Creech, Secre- tar)', and Robert Morgan, Treasurer.

As Sophomores we numbered two hundred and five, thirteen be- ing boys. The officers for 1943-44 were Evelyn Lewis, President; Marjorie Smith, Vice-President ; Dorey Jones, Secretar)', and Bernice Godley, Treasurer.

Margaret Person, Vice-President

Fifty






Our Junior Class of 1944-45 boasts one hundred and seventy-five members, ten of whom are boys.

A number of the Junior Class members have contributed to the war effort by roUing band- ages, buying war bonds, and participating in such drives as those for the World Student Service Fund and the Red Cross.

The Juniors claim a large percentage not only of the members but also of the officers of clubs and organizations on the campus.

The class entertained the Freshmen at a dance during the winter quarter and will sponsor the Junior-Senior dance in early spring.

CLASS

Edna Earle Moore, Treasurer

Alta Mae Thompson, Secreiary

Fifty-






Juniors

First Row:

Dahlia Adams

Willow Springs, N. C. Geraldine Albritton

SnowHill, N. C.

Ada Lou Allen

Elizabethtown, N. C.

Pearl Arnold

Dover, N. C. Miriam Averitte

Elizabethtown, N. C.

Dora Bailey

Everetts, N. C.

Sarah Ballance

Fremont, N. C.

Audrey Frances Banks

Elizabeth City, N. C. Second Row:

Frances B. Banks

Burnsville, N. C.

Francell Barden

Magnolia, N. C. Mary Young Bass

Enfield, N. C. Vivian Bass

Kenly, N. C.

Doris Baumrind

Wilson, N. C.

Anne Beasley

Colerain, N. C.

Cornelia Beems

Faison, N. C. Martha Bland

Vanceboro, N. C.

Third Row:

Eleanor Booth

Pollocksville, N. C.

Mary Lee Bottoms

Margarettsville, N. C.

Mae Bowen

Ayden, N. C.

Myra Boyce

Tyner, N. C.

Helene Boyette

Carthage, N. C.

Hazel Branch

Winterv.Ue, N. C.

Marion Braswell

Louisburg, N. C.

Reba Brown Gatesville, N, C. Fourth Row:

Ruth Brown

Bethel, N. C. Catherine Burnette

Wilmington, N. C.

Curtis Butler

Kelford, N. C.

Lillian Callis

Colerain, N. C.

Annie Mae Cannon

Greenville, N. C.

Mary Elizabeth Carr

Wallace, N. C. Jessie Love Carter

Fayetteville, N. C.

Freda Caudell Buie's Creek, N. C.

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First Row:

Mary Alice Charlton

Raleigh, N. C. Thelma Cherry

Pactolus, N. C.

Vivian Cherry

Clinton, N. C.

Eleanor Chestnutt

HollyR.dge, N. C.

Ernest Chesson, Jr,

Columbia, N. C.

Mary Louise Cobb

Ayden, N. C.

Frances Congleton

Stokes, N. C.

Elizabeth W. Cox

Greenville, N. C. Second Row:

Clifton Crandell

Stokes, N. C. Dorothy Jean Creech

Selma, N. C.

Gladys Davis

Pikeville, N. C.

Rita Dell Dawson

Dunn, N. C.

Allie Mitchell Dilday

Ahoskie. N. C.

Louise Doughtie

Ahoskie, N. C. Jean Douglas

Washington, N. C.

Rachel Eakins Ivanhoe, N. C.

Third Row:

Myra Edmundson

Stantonsburg, N. C.

Elsie Biggs Edwards

RobersonviUe, N. C. Bettie Gray Eldridge

Newton Grove, N. C.

Charlotte Elliot

Edenton, N. C.

Amanda Etheridge

Manteo, N. C.

Josephine Everett

RobersonviUe, N. C.

Louise Fillyaw

Roseboro, N. C.

Mamie Lee Fischel

Vaughan, N. C. Fourth Roic:

Doris Franck

Scotland Neck, N. C.

Sara Franck

Scotland Neck, N. C

Ella Gates

Pink Hill, N. C.

Josephine Gibson

Greenville, N. C. Bernice Godley

Grimesland, N. C.

Norfleet Hardy

Kinston, N. C.

Frances Harrell

Rich Square, N. C.

Nancy Harris Greenville, N. C.

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Juniors

First Row:

Carolyn Hassell

Jamesville, N. C.

Sue Henderson

Hickory, N. C.

Erma Hinnant PikeviUe, N. C. Mattie Brown Hinson

Walstonburg, N. C.

Harriet Holleman

NewHill, N. C.

LUCILE HUSKETH

K.ttrell, N. C.

Martha Jefferson

Fountain, N. C.

Eloise Jenkins Littleton, N. C.

Second Row:

Virginia Jennette Swan Quarter, N. C. Faye Jessup

Tyner, N. C.

Helen Johnson

Elizabethtown, N. C.

John Johnson

Raleigh, N. C.

Wilma Johnson

Dunn, N. C.

Margaret Johnston

Greenville, N. C.

Katy Lou Jones

Beaufort, N. C. Margaret Jones

Greenville, N. C.

Third Row:

Margery Jones

Whiteville, N. C. Sarah Jones

Greenville, N. C.

Athene Jordan

Woodleaf, N. C.

Mary Blane Justus

Washington, N. C.

Illmar Kearney

SnowHiU. N. C.

Wilmar Kearney

Snow Hill, N. C.

Louise Keith

Kerr, N. C.

Lucy Lancaster Vanceboro, N. C.

Fourth Row:

Sibyle Ledford

Harrisburg, N. C.

Elizabeth Lewis

Winnabow, N. C.

Evelin Lewis

Elizabethtown, N. C. Catherine Long

Durham, N. C.

Kathlyn McDaniel

Woodland, N. C.

Sarah McKenzie

Orrum, N. C.

Loede McLawhon

Hookerton, N. C

Margaret Magill Goldsboro, N. C.

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First Row:

Mildred Marsh

Marshville, N. C. Charlotte Mason

Angier, N. C.

Jean Matthews

Fuquay Springs, N. C.

Fay Midgette

Oriental, N. C.

Mary Elizabeth Midgette

Middletown, N. C.

Doris Mae Mitchell

TrotviUe, N. C.

Edna Earle Moore

Warsaw, N. C.

Jeanne Moore

Turkey, N. C. Second Row:

Elizabeth Morgan

Carthage, N. C.

Anne Morris

La Grange, N. C.

Dorlas Morris

Apex, N. C. Martha Moseley

Kinston, N. C.

Edna Moye

Goldsboro, N. C.

Nell Finch Murphy

Henderson, N. C.

Margaret Nunn

Kinston, N. C.

Blanche Ogburn

Angier, N. C.

Third Row:

Katie Earle Owen

Roseboro, N. C.

Barbara Parker

Ahoskie, N. C.

James Parker

George, N. C

Jesse Parker

George, N. C.

Mary Lynn Peedin

Willow Springs. N. C.

Lois Perry

Mount Olive, N. C. Margaret Person

Louisburg, N. C.

Maxine Pleasant Angier, N. C.

Fourth Row:

Elna Powell Denton, N. C. Kathryn Quick

Clinton. N. C.

Dorothy Reade

Burgaw, N. C.

Helen Roper

SanQuarter, N. C.

Leah Mildred Ross

Greenville, N. C.

Helen Rouse

Warsaw, N. C.

Elgia Scott

Kenly, N. C.

Mary Frances Slack

Pinetown, N. C.

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Juniors

First Row:

Virginia Small

La Grange, N. C. Edna Pearl Smith

Mount Olive, N. C. Jeanette Smith

Ayden, N. C. Margery Smith

Wilmington, N. C.

Marjorie E. Smith

Marshville, N. C.

Mary Frances Smith

Greenville, N. C. Doris Sparks

Reidsville, N. C. Violet Sparks

Ruffin, N. C.

Second Row:

Kathryn Sprinkle

Goldsboro, N. C. Helen Spruill

Oriental, N. C.

Gretchen Staton

Bethel, N. C

Mary Frances Stephenson

Seaboard, N. C. Doris Stevens

Garner, N. C.

Emma Leigh Strange

Louisburg, N. C.

Martha Strawn

Marshville, N. C.

Dexie Sugg

Snow Hill, N.C.

Third Row:

Leyta Taylor

Robersonville, N. C Pauline Taylor

South Mills, N. C. Elizabeth Temple

Sanford, N. C,

Frances Temple

Sanford, N. C.

Elizabeth Thomas

Conetoe, N. C.

Alta Mae Thompson

Goldsboro, N. C.

Anne Thompson

Elizabethtown, N. C.

Charlie Tripp, Jr.

Ayden, N. C.

Fourth Row:

Helen Tyndall Deep Run, N. C. Bettie Sue Tyson

Greenville, N. C.

EsTELLE Valentine

Winston-Salem, N. C.

Leslie Venters

Grimesland, N. C.

James H. Warren

Greenville, N. C.

Betty Joe Webster

Bonlee, N. C Mildred Wellons

Selma, N. C.

Elsie West Roxboro, N. C.

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Juniors

St Row: Margaret I. White

Norlina, N. C. Marie Whitehurst

Robersonvjlle, N. C.

Mary Whitehurst

Bethel, N. C. Grace Wilkins

Edenton, N. C.

Evelyn Williams Rose Hill, N. C.

Second Ron:

Margaret Williams

Seven Springs, N. C.

Thomas Williams

Greenville. N. C. Iris Woody

Graham, N. C.

Christine Yarborough Prospect Hill, N. C.

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John Charlton Preiidenl

SOPHOMORE

The Sophomore Class of East Carolina Teachers College is now two years old. During its Freshman year the class sponsored the Freshman- Junior Dance and several parties and took an active part in many stu- dent affairs.

At the beginning of the new school year, 1944-45, the Sopho- more Class had several new members and a new group of officers. The faculty advisers are Dr. R. J. Slay and Dr. Karl V. Gilbert.

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The Sophomore-Senior D.mce, given on December 9, 1944, by the Sophomore Class in honor of the Senior Class, was a gala affair with Wintertime as the theme. This and other activities of the class will long be remembered, and each one will be proud to say, "I was a member of the Sophomore Class of East Carolina Teachers College in the year 1944-45."

This Sophomore Class will be remembered for many things, but its outstanding virtue is the ability to work together in any undertaking, no matter how large or small the task may be. From this virtue has come the success of the Sophomore Class, and with this year of success behind us we look forward to our Junior year of working and succeeding together.

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Sophomores

First Row: Katherine Abernathy, Margaret Albritton. Ann Atkinson, Rena Averett, Mildred Ayers, Ruth Joyce Baker, Margaret Carol Banks, Nell Barnhill, Helen Bason.

Second Rote: Ruth Beddard, Evelyn Belanga, Hazel Belch, Jean Bennett, Hubert Bergeron, Naomi Blanchard, Cora Bond, Rhoda Mae Bone, Florence Bonner,

Third Row: Margaret Bradley, June Best Brandenburg, James Lewis Brandt, Jeanne Brinkley, Rachel Brooks, Jean Brown, Sidney Bunn, Martha Burton, Margaret Butler.

Fourth Row: Dorothy Byrd, Ann Cates, Jean Chaplin, Catherine Charles, John Charlton, Rebecca Cherry, Margaret Chestnutt, Amos O. Clark, Jr., Margaret Coates.

Fiith Row: Johnsie Collins, Henrietta Cooper, Mildred Cordes, Jane Cox, Clara Lee Crabtree, Nellie Ruth Crawford, Josephine Creech, Anne Dail, Merrill Daye.






Pint Row: Eva Davenport, FIcjrence Davenport, Kathr Davenport, Grace Davis, Lorraine Davis.

Second Row: Jacqueline DeLysle, Susie Denning, Gather: Dexter, Geraldine Dickerson, Thelma Dilday.

Third Row: Mary Dameron Dixon, Ada Gray Draughon, Annie Page Duke, Harriet Dula, Cathern Myree Dunn.

Fourth Row: Betty Eakes, Foy Eakes, Lois Eakins, Aldii Early, Gilmer Edgerton.

Fifth Row: Bertha Edmundson, Louise Edwards, Leon Flem- ing, Jr., Corinia Forlines, Elaine Forrest.

Sixth Row: Joyce Forrest, Edward Garris, Emma Lee Garris, Melba Garner, Evelyn Glenn.

Seienth Row: Ernestine Grady, Evelyn Grant, Emily Greene, Jayne Grifiin, Lillie Mae Gupton.

Eighth Row: Margaret Hall, Ann Hardee, Elizabeth Hardee, Edna Vann Harrell, Annie Doris Heath.

Ninth Row: Maxie Henderson, Nora Lee Hinnant, Edna Hodges, Nancy HoUoman, Peggy Hopkins.

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Sophomores

Fiisl Rote: Lois Howard, Hannah Ruth Humbles, Elsie Gray Hunt, Jean Ipock, Mary George Isley, Helen Jennette, Annie Belle Johnson, Annie Blanche Johnson, Bertha Johnson.

Second Row: Grace Johnson, Sally Margaret Johnston, Dorothy Bliss Jones, Dorothy Dean Jones, Helen Jones, Lois Jones, Margaret Jones, Lillian Joyner, Dorothy Keel.

Third Roil : Lena Keene, Colleen King, Betty Joyce Kinlaw, Hazel Kirby, Rebecca Kirkland, Wanda Lamm, Ruth Langdon, Alta Lawson, Alta White Lee.

Fourth Row: Frances Lewis, Dorothy Little. Sadie Little, Margaret McGowan, Nell McQueen, Lura Mallard, Kay Mann, Ann Massey, Helen Matthews.

Fifth Rote: Cornelia Mattocks, Audrey May, Rachel Merriman, Ruth Mewborn, Omelia Monroe, Edith Moore, Elizabeth Moore, Frances Moore, Edna Mumford.

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First Row: Stella Murray, Janice Myers, Mary Kathryn Nel- son, Margaret Newbern, Peggy Nye.

Second Row: Christine Oates, Leta Olive, Frances Page, Annie Miller Page, Helen Patterson.

Third Rotf: Dorothy Peebles, Annie Phillips, Sarah Pickett, Edna Earle Poole, Helen Fay Porter.

Fourth Row: Jewell Porter, Louise Pullen, Hilda Pulley, Marybelle Redditt, Jean Roberson.

Fifth Ron : Allie Proctor Roebuck, Marian Rogerson, Eugenia Rouse, Alba Rowland, Margaret Rumley.

Sixth Row: Pearl Saieed, Faye Sanders, Ruby Lee Scott, Hele Sessoms, Annie Sewell.

Seienlh Row: Edna Sharpe, Anne Shearin, Margaret Shields, Patricia Simmons, Elizabeth Simpkins.

Eighth Row: Vivien Sitterson, Ann Skinner, Delia Slater, Beth Smith, Penny Smith.

Ktnth Row: Dons Stafford, Vista Grey Stephens, Marjo Sugg, Alice Sumrell, Dorcas Sumrell.

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Sophomores

First Row: Wetona Tharp, Lucille Tharrington, Mimi Tripp, Elizabeth Turner, Alta Earle Tyson, Elizabeth Upchurch, Lala Vaughan, Ruth Vincent, Marguerette Ward.

Secoiai Roil : Christine Warren, Mary Ann Watkins, Dorothy Wheeler, Kathleen Whichard, Frances White, Katherine White, Catherine Whitehurst, Frances Whitley, Frances Anne Williams.

Third Row: Helen Willoughby, Nell Winfield, Bonnie Winton, Kathryn Wood, Anne Judson Woody, Olive Woody, Bessie Wooten, Mary Elizabeth Wooten, Elizabeth Worthington.

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FRESHMAN

One year of college life gone by - and what a year this has been.

It all began for us last fall with a week of orientation - a week of seeing new faces and finding our way around in a new place, a week of rushing from meeting to meeting, a week of meeting new people who have become our friends and class- mates.

It wasn't long before we found out what the required courses were and what Registration Day meant. We learned about

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dormitory meetings, mass meetings, council meetings, club meetings, and meet- ings of all icinds. We attended handbook classes every night for a week and then took a test on all the rules and regulations. Then came Rush Week with all of its crazy initiations, but we lived through that, too.

Classes started and we worked very enthusiastically. After the first week or two, we felt like veterans going from class to class. We were no longer home- sick and we were learning to love college life.

During the year we elected our class officers; we sponsored a dance honor- ing the Juniors; we joined the different organizations, we participated in school activities and took part in the athletic programs; and we did our school work in a very commendable manner.

Now that we have successfully completed our Freshman year, we are ready to venture into the second year of our college life.

CLASS

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Iris Anderson Isabelle Anderson Caroline Andrews Gay Arnold Alma Arrington Jolinnie Averitte

Second Row: Winifred Avery Ravonell Bailey Celestia Barker Frances Bass Ann Battle Nellie Battle Lola Cray Beacliani Brooks Beddingfleld

Third Fotr: Macy Bell Dorothy Bennett Audrey Benson Annie Maude Bivins Doris Bizzell Allegra Blaekham .lane Blackwell Marjorie Blancliard

Fourth Row: Frank Bonner Christine Bowen Anne Boyette Rutli Boykin Jewell Bradshaw Shirley Braswell Dorotliv Brinson Janice Britton

Fifth Roto: Helen Brown Mary Rose Brown Sue Brown (lloria Bruce Mary Buckmaster Charlotte Burden Frances Burke Geraldine Burns

Frances Cain Etta Carowan Ruth Carroll H. Wintield Carter Ella Mae Cashwell

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Colline Clark Florence Clark Iris Clark

Ann Cox Jean Cox

Christine Crawford Mary Cricliton \'iola Curlee Colleen Currier Nancy Cuthrell

Ninth Roir: Mary Lou Daniel Pattie Daniels AUene Dauglierty

Agnes Dillinfrliani Janet Dobson Iris Dupree Marian Early Lula Lee Eason Marie Edmundson Geraldine Edwards Susan Edwards

Alma Ruth English Delia Evans Esther Evans Anna Faye Fleming Kathleen Floyd Betty Freeman Frances Freeman

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Wilton Ray Futielle

Frances Gardner

Dixie Lee Gurley Dcjrotity Gurley

Betsy Hellen

Fourth Bow : Dorotliv Nell Henders Juanita Herring Marie Herring Winnie Herring Virginia Hinson Violette Hobgood Jean Hodgens lola Holler

Fifth Row: Margaret Holt Doris Honeycutt Margaret Honeycutt Margaret W. Honeyci Irene Hooker Inez Horne

Eloise Insold Edna Ipock Dorothy Jackson Walter Jackson Collene James Evelyn James Suzanne Jernigan

Seventh Row: Betty Jervis Mary Nadine Jobe Dorothy Johnson Lois Johnson Ruth Johnson Trilby Johnson Alma Jones Jewel Jones

Eifihth Row: Thelma Jones Josie Joyner Wilton Joyner Josie Keeter Doris King

Man-^Ellen Kittrell Ruth Krank

Linda Lewis Margaret Lewis Mary Callis Lewis Ann Litchfteld

Tenth Row: Mary Loughlin Carolyn Lowe Rena Lowery Lucille McCoy Betty Sue McGee M. G. McKenzie, Jr, Audrey Mallard roriiine Manning

Mattie Mayo X'irginia Mayo Evelyn Medlin Louise Mewborn Lyda Mae Mitchell Frances Morris Sybil Morris

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First Roil- : Blanie Moye Miriam Muniford Lottie Murphv Rebecca Murpliv

Second i?0K'.' Ruby Nicholson Sarali Xoble Frances Odhani

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Third Row: Myrtle Paul Mae Payne Mvrtle Peekin is Hot)e Peele

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Ozelle Pipkin Radiel Pleasants Hilda Pollock Neill Posey. Jr. Marv Elizabetli Potter Annie Lee Powell Patsy Pridsen .Mildred Previtt

Fifth Row: Hilda Nell Quini Gladys Reagan

Madge Richards Hilda Orav Kile Marv Lilly Rive Emiiv Kohersori .loy

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Sixth Row : Charlotte Robertson Clara Robinson Mary Robinson

Ethel Rou Betty .leai Shirley Sa

Camilla Selby Haywood Sellers Kathrvn Shaw Betsy Ann Slade Betty Jean Smith Betty Lou Smith

Eighth Row: Bettie Mae Smith Dorothy Ray Smit Iris Ruth Smith Janice Smith Maude E. Smith Maude U. Smith .Miriam Smith Cora Staley

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Kathryn' Stanley Edith Starling Daisy Steele Rosa Stephenson Ruth Stephenson Doris Strange Jo>'ce Strickland

Tenth Row: Helen Sturgeon Edith Sutton Elizabeth Sutton Frances Sutton Frances Tarkington Doris Taylor Fountain Taylor Mary Barden Taylor

Eleventh Ron-: Margery Lee Thomas Marjorie Thomas La Verne Toler Bernice Turner Frances Turner Marjorie Vaughan Dorotliv Wade Adelaide Warren

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ACTIVITIES
















Student Cooperative Council

Thk Student Cooperative Council of 1944-45 has endeavored to serve the student body of East Carolina Teachers College in a diligent democratic manner as the legislative branch of the Student Cooperative Government Association. These efforts have not always resulted in effective government, but perhaps they have advanced a little further the principles of democratic intelligent self-government.

Amanda Etheridge President of Student Cooperat Government Association

Women's Judiciary

The Women's Judiciary of East Carolina Teachers College is com- posed of nine members elected by the student body. The function of this body is to handle all disciplinary cases of women students. In an effort to maintain high standards of conduct on our campus, the judiciary meets ever)' week to discuss problems of major and minor importance. This year's work has been very successful.

Marjorie Privott CkurmMi of Women s Judiciary

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Men's Judiciary

The purpose of the Men's Judiciary is to act as a judicial body in all matters concerning discipline of men students. Because of the war and the present national emergency only a small number of men students enrolled for 1944-45; therefore the activities of the judiciary were greatly reduced.

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Beverly Cutler. Chairman; Ellis Bedsworth, Vice- Vhainiiitii: Jiiliu Johnson, Ernest Chesson, Secre- tuiti-Trtasum-; Richard David (not pictured).






First Row: Willie Mae Daniels, President; Pearl Arnold, Treasurer: Mary Cameron Dixon, Secretary: Sally Margaret Johnson, Forum Chairman; Mary Frances Ellis, Personnel Chairman: Carolyn Register, Recreation Chairman; Violet Sparks, Reporter; Sara McKenzie, Freshman "Y" Adtiier; Lorraine Davis, Property Chairman; Mildred Wellons, Religious Education Chairman; Josie Keeter, Vice-President Freshman "Y" ; Lucile Husketh, Night W^alch Chairman; Etta Carowan, President Freshman "Y" ; Jessie Carter, Poster Chairman; Iris Woody, Entertainment Chairman; Martha Strawn, Music Chairman; Bettie Frances Smith, World Student Service Fund Chairman.

Young Women's Christian Association

The Young Women's Christian Association was organized on the campus in 1909. With a present membership of approxi- mately three hundred, it continues to be the largest organization on the campus. The Friday and Sunday night vesper services provide opportunities for the students to use their talents crea- tively. The Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. have cooperated in sponsoring Religious Emphasis Week and the World Student Service Fund, as well as in bringing noted lecturers, travelers, and other speakers to the campus.

Willie Mae Daniels, Pr, IM\: Pearl Arnuld, T<e Miss Lois Grigsby, Adti

Maiv C .inieron Dixon, Secre- Miss Louise Williams and

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Firft Roir: Sam Strickland, Preudeni: Charles Woods, Secre/.iry: Beverly Cutler, Treniurer: M. G. McKenzie, Jr Second Row: Gordon Davis, John Charlton, Wilton Ray Futrelle.

Young Men's Christian Association

In spite of the small number of men students on the cam- pus this year the Y. M. C. A. has had a very successful year. Approximately ninety-five per cent of the dormitory students joined the "Y" this year.

Working with the Y. W. C. A., the "Y" has constantly tried to keep religious activities before all the students. Dur- ing the fall, the two organizations sponsored the World Student Service Fund drive and Religious Emphasis Week. At intervals throughout the entire year, the two "Y's" brought to the cam- pus outstanding religious speakers, including Dr. Sherwood Eddy, lecturer and author.

As a part of the year's activities, the Young Men's Chris- tian Association mailed Christmas cards to former East Carolina Teachers College students who are now in service. The "Y" also sponsored devotionals in the boy's dormitory for the bene- fit of the dormitory students. In December the "Y" in co- operation with the Counselor to Men gave a buffet supper for all men students.

Sam Strickland, President : Charles Woods, Secretary : Beverly Cutler, Treasurer.

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Fin/ Row: Jane Hall, Lillie Mae Gupton, Jayne Griffin, Helen Johnson, Betsy Hellen, Rebecca Kirkland, Martha Strawn, Rena Averett.

Second Row: Francelle Barden, Jacqueline De- Lysle, Frances Page, Elizabeth Darden. Katie Owen, Elizabeth Morgan. Annie Belle Johnson, Faye Jessup, Elizabeth Gotten.

Third Row: Iris Anderson, Wanda Tyndall, Frances Bass, Mitchell White, Wetona Tharp.

COLLEGE BAND

COLLEGE SWING BAND

First Row: Helen Johnson, Elizabeth Gotten, Richard David, Faye Jessup.

Second Row: Mitchell White, Elizabeth Mor- gan, Barden Taylor, Elizabeth Darden, Jose phine Gibson, Layton Clark (not pictured), Wanda Tyndall, Pianist.

Standing: Mr. Gharles Fisher, Director: Doro- thy Peebles, \'oCiilist .ind Manager.

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Mr. Charles Fisher, Director : Sally Margaret Johnston, Lucy Nell Smith, Mary Blane Justus, Elizabeth Bridgers, Dorothy Harris, Nannie Lou Little, Jean Roberson, Josephine Gibson, Camille Jernigan, Dorothy Peebles.

VOCAL ENSEMBLES GLEE CLUB

First Row: Miss Gussie Kuykendall, Director: Mary Blane Justus, June Brandenburg, Lucy Nell Smith, Elizabeth Bridgers, Betty Jean Smith, Christine Bowen, Jean Roberson, Mil- dred Griggs, Elaine Forrest, Ruth Beddard.

Second Row: Marion Rogerson, Martha Strawn, Mary Nadine Jobe, Blanche Ogburn, Ann Cates, Lillie Mae Gupton, Frances Whitley, Elizabeth Worthington, Faye Sanders, Louise Lassiter, Mattie Grace Alderman.

ThiriJ Row: Mary Andrews Whichard, Clarine Johnson, Rebecca Horton, Margery Lee Thomas, Morris Flow, Esther Evans, Jean Hull, Helen Tyndall, Iris Lee.

Fourth Row: Manora Mewborn, Helen John- son, Hennie Ruth Whichard, Camille Jernigan, Dorothy Peebles, Wetona Tharp, Sally Mar- garet Johnston, Francelle Barden, Mimi Tripp.

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LEADERS IN

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Firs; Row: Dorothy Reade, President oi the Commerce Club: Grace Wh.tehurst, President of the English Cluh: Lillian Hines, President of the Home Economics Club: Sylvia Greene, President of the Mathematics Club: Elizabeth Darden, President of the Science Club: Elizabeth Thomas, President of the Internation.il Relations Cluh: Gladys Davis, President of the Association for Childhood Edu- cation : Zula Pearson, President of the Future Teachers of America.

The students majoring in the various courses offered at E. C. T, C. have organized for their own benefit and enjoyment departmental clubs. The active clubs are the Commerce Club, English Club, Home Economics Club, Mathe- matics Club, Science Club, International Relations Club, Association for Child- hood Education, Future Teachers of America, Jarvis Forensic Club, Alumni Sons and Daughters, Alpha Alpha Sigma, Phi Sigma Pi, Sigma Pi Alpha, Pi Omega Pi, and the Chi Pi Players.

The college motto "To Serve" is upheld better no place on the campus than in the departmental clubs as it is the aim and objective of every organ- ization to serve our country, our community', our school, and members.

The purpose of the departmental organizations is both educational and social. The different groups study their particular subjects and related topics. They gather and disseminate knowledge of the modern movements and trends, promote the progressive type of education, and attempt to raise the standard of the professional training for teachers and leaders. The clubs strive to help its members to become better acquainted with one another by bringing them together and affording opportunities for closer associations. The best traditions

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DEPARTMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

Second Row: Miriam Averitte, President of the Jjrin Foieiiui Club Illmar Kcuncj Pi, iduit of the Alumni Daughters and Sons: Marjorie E. Smith, Preudent of Alpha Alpha S/t.mi I Ills Bedb- worth, President of Phi Siama Pi: Dorothea Boyette, Pieudent of Stigma Pt Alpha Ellen Riddick President of Pi Omega Pi: Curtis Butler, President of Chi Pi Players

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of the school are supported and intellectual activities are encouraged. Scholar- ship, citizenship, and desirable character traits are recognized and emphasized. Cooperation among the students in order to do a definite job is one of the fine practices of the clubs and each student is given an opportunity to develop his talents and express himself.

The organizations have a regular time each month for their meetings. Special meetings and social gatherings are held in addition to the scheduled ones. The programs are varied and interesting consisting of student, faculty, and outside speakers, games, debates, and programs for fun.

Each student is encouraged to join the organization of his major subject. The requirements for membership are stated in the club's constitution which has been approved by the Student Cooperative Council. The officers and ad- visers are elected by the members of the club. The president is a member of the Student Cooperative Council.

The work of the departmental organizations is very profitable to the school and to each student. The above pictures are of the leaders of the de- partmental organizations.

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Pint Row: Dorothy Reade, President: Manora Mewborn, Vice-President; Vivian Bass, Secre- tary: Lee Mae Jones, Treasurer: Beverly Cutler, Ellen Riddick, Dorothy Brinson, Edna Hodj;c-v Bobbie Brewer, lola Hofler, Elizabeth Gaskins Second Row: Mary Elizabeth Wooten, Annn Warren, Geraldine Burns, Nan Little, Elizabctli Hardy, Allie Mitchell Dilday, Leah Mildrd Ross, Mary G. Hales, Marjorie Jones, Edn.i Eldridge, Mary Young Bass. Third Row: Deliz Slater, Mary Elizabeth Carr, Jane Blackwell, June Brandenburg, Polly Tay- lor, Kay Mann, Betsy Hellen, Lois Jones, Grace Wilkins, Sam Strickland.

Fourth Row: Doris Frank, Elaine Houston Macy Bell, Wilmar Kearney, lUmar KearnL\ Betty Joyce Kinlaw, Dorothy Jones, Lyda Mit chell, Mary Frances Slack.

Fifth Row: Ruth Baker, Myrtle Paul, Etla Carowan, Dorothy Jackson, Elsie West. Emma Lee Garris, Lucile Davis, Charlotte Burden, Johnnie Averitte.

Sixth Row: Elizabeth Upchurch, Ellis Beds- worth, Ernestine Whitley, Hannah Ruth Hum- bles, Dorothy Lewis, Johnsie Collins, Grace Davis, Doris Cobb, Wetona Tharp, Wilton Ray Futrelle, Vivian Yelverton.

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COMMERCE CLUB .

ENGLISH CLUB

First Row: Grace Whitehurst, President: Mary Frances Ellis, Vice-President : Mattie Grace Al- derman, Secretary: Rowena Montague, Treas- urer (not pictured) ; Miss Lucile Turner, Ad- fiier: Barbara Parker, Violet Sparks, Hannah Ruth Humbles.

Second Row: Leona Sasser, Kay Mann, Eliza- beth Bndgers, Camille Jernigan.

Third Row: Betty Joyce Kinlaw, Emma Lee Garris, Clarine Johnson, Dorothy Lewis.

Fourth Row: Elizabeth Thomas, Ellen Riddick, Miss Mamie Jenkins, Esther Maie White.

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First Row: Jean Matthews, Vice-President; Margaret Person, Secretary; Marjorie Sugg, Maxine Pleasant, Virginia Small, Queenie Mc- Gowan, Elizabeth W. Cox, Edna Earle Moore, Alta Mae Thompson, Jean Brown, Mary Lynn Peedin.

Second Row: Rita Dell Dawson, Jessie Harp, Billie Perry, Mildred Marsh, Frances Temple, Elizabeth Temple, Joyce Forrest, Clara Crab- tree, Frances Anne Williams.

Third Row: Catherine Wilson, Ann Miller Parker, Harriet Holleman, Rosa Lena Stephen- son, Madge Richardson, Evelyn Williams, Evangeline Butler, Thelma Dilday, Helen Jones, Frances E. Lewis.

Fourth Row: Bernice Godley, Frances Congle- ton, Elgia Scott, Yvonne Honeycutt.

Fifth Row: Sarah Ballance, Etta Frances Har- per, Charlotte Womble, Doris Mitchell, Stella Murray, Pinear Mae Windley, Marjorie E. Smith, Martha Museley, Nell Perry, Doris Strange.

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

MATHEMATICS CLUB

First Row: Sylvia Greene, President (not pic- tured) ; Vivian Bass, Vice-President : Rebecca Kirkland, Secretary-Treasurer: Miss Ellen Cald- well, Adviser; Rhoda Mae Bone, Rebecca Prid- gen, Annie Lee Eason, Ruth Baker. Katherine Abernathy, Josie Joyner, Betsy Hellen.

Second Row: Hilda Moore, Lois Howard, Geor- gia King, Rebecca Murphy, AUie Mitchell Dil- day, Fountain Taylor, Winfield Carter, Bernice Turner, Charlotte Wooten, Rosa Lancaster.

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SCIENCE CLUB

First Row: Elizabeth Darden, President (not pictured); Virginia Small, Vice-President: Frances Congleton, Secretary: Jean Matthews, Treasurer: Elizabeth W. Cox, Queenie Mc- Gowan, Clara Crabtree, Jean R. Brown.

Second Row: BiUie Perry, Joyce Forrest. Helen Tones, Doris Strange, Doris Mitchell, Thelma Dilday.

n>nd Row: Rita Dell Dawson, Ann Woody, Margaret Person, Elgia Scott, Marjorie E. Smith.

Forth Row: Maxine Pleasant, Dorothy Peele, Frances Bass, Josie Joyner, Nell Perry.

Fifth Row: Beverly Cutler, Martha Moseley, Vivian Yelverton, John Charlton.

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB

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First Ron : Elizabeth Thomas, Pretident: Caro- lyn Hassell, Secretary-Treasurer.

Second Row: Ada Lou Allen, Annie Warren, Marjorie Smith, Iris Smith, Mildred Marsh.

Third Row: Mr. E. C. Hollar, James Parker, Dr. A. D. Frank, Adviser: Jesse Parker, Dr.

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ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Pint Row: Gladys Davis, President: Miss Dora Coates, Adviiet : Lucile Husketh, Finl Vice- President: Muriel Whitehurst, Second Vice- President: Rebecca Horton, Third Vice-Presi- dent; Margaret Ipock, Secretary-Treaiurer : Worth Lanier, Corresponding Secretary; Sarah Mclnnis, Reporter; Bettie Frances Smith, His-

Second Row: Fay Midgette, Helen Spruill, Mil- dred Griggs, Margery Lee Thomas. Betty Jean Sanders, Louise Keith, Frances Tarkington, Geraldine Felton, Pearl Arnold.

Third Row: Lucy Nell Smith, Grace Lee Evans, Janice Fairless, Iris Lee, Edith Brown, Aleene Cade, Olive Woody, Cornelia Mattocks, Reba Brown, Elsie Corbitt.

Fourth Row: Lala Vaughan, Jessie Love Carter, Ruth Langdon, Annie Belle Johnson, Nancy Stewart, Annie Thompson Cates.

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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA

First Row: Zula Pearson, President : Miss Emma Hooper, Adi'iser : Dora Bailey, Vice-President : Doris Sparks, Secretary: Josephine Everett, Treasurer.

Second Roiv: Mary Frances Stephenson, Lala Vaughan, Ada Gray Draughan, Lillian Joyner,

Bersha Davis, , Betty Jervis.

Mildred Well.

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JARVIS FORENSIC CLUB

r-nst Row: Miriam Averitte, PreuJeiil: Jessie Love Carter, Vice-Preudeni : Christine Yar- bcirougli, Secreury-Trejiiirer : Dr. M. N. Posey, AJnser.

Sci

itid Row: Curtis Butler, Amanda Etheridge, e West, Helen Rouse.

Third Row: Frances Anne Williams Elizabeth Carr, Lala Vaughan.

Mary

ALUMNI DAUGHTERS AND SONS

First Row: Illmar Kearney, President: Pc.ui Arnold, Vice-President : Wilmar Kearney, Shil- inry: Miss Mamie Jenkins, Adviser: Kathleen Whichard, Treasurer (not pictured).

Second Rou : Helen Rouse. Madge Richardson, Vivian Yelvertun, Ann Miller Parker, Helen Johnson, Etta Frances Harper.

Third Row: lola Hofler, Ethel Rouse, Grace Wilkins, Helen Willoughby, Wetona Tharp.

Alma Lee Whitley, Johnsie Co Strawn, Bessie Mae Butt. Dor

Fourth Row lins, Martha Cobb.

Fifth Row: Mary G. Dorothy Bennett.

Sixth Row: Betsy Hellen, El Marjorie Jones, Ben Dees, S.

Hales, Wanda TynJ,

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ALPHA ALPHA SIGMA

Second Row: Yvonne Honeycutt, Mary Edith HoUingswortli, Dorothy Reade, Evengeline But- ler.

Thhd Row: Retha Pope, Dr. Beecher Flana- gan, Ad liter: Delia Slater, Dr. Paul Toll, Ad- viier: Martha Strawn.

PHI SIGMA PI

Pint Row: Ellis Bedsworth, President: Delton Creech, Vice-President : John Charlton, Secre- tary: Sam Strickland, Treasurer.

Second Rote: Dr. Beecher Flanagan, Adviser: Thomas Williams, Beverly Cutler.

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PHI SIGMA CHAPTER OF SIGMA PI ALPHA

Fint Ron-: Katie Earle Owen, Vica-Preudetii : Jessie Mae Home, Secreljry-Trejsurer : Mr. Ralph C. Deal, Adviser: Mae Bjwen, Mary Blane Justus.

BETA KAPPA CHAPTER OF P' OMEGA PI

First Row: Ellen Riddick, President: Mary Bryan, Vice-President : Manora Mewborn, Tre.it. urer: Thomas Williams, Elsie West.

Standing: Dorothy Lewis, Doris E. Stevens, Vivian Yelverton, Ruby Hudson, Clarine John- son, Gretchen Boswell, Secretary (not pic- tured ) .

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CHI PI PLAYERS

Curtis Butler, Preudent: Mary Whitehurst, Dorothy Jean Creech, Hilda Moore, Josephine Gibson, Camille Jernigan, Thomas Williams.

ENTER'AINMENT COMMITTEE

Josephine Gibson, Chairman: Dorothy Peebles, Louise Kilgo, Mr. Charles Fisher, Adiher.

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Elections Committee

Jessie Earp, Chairman

Christine Yarborough

Jessie Love Carter

Nancy Stewart

Budget Committee

Marine Johnson, Chairman Nora Lee Hinnant Brooks Beddingfield

Rebecca Pridgen

NOT PICTURED

Ins Woodv

-. Beechtr Flanagan, Advice

)r. E. R. Browning, Adviser

House and

Grounds

Committee

Anne Woody, Chanma,i Louise Keith Lucy Winston

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Social Committee

Mary Alice Cuhoun, Chanm

Macy Bell

Violet Sparks

Jean Rdbersnn

June Brandenburg

Dr. Paul Toll Muriel Wh.tehurst

Handbook Committee

Dorothy Reade, Chairman Erma Hinnant Dr. Paul Toll

Point System Committee

Katherine Abernethy, Chairma,

Annie Lee Eason

Etta Carowan

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PUBLICATIONS

The Tecoan

The Teco Echo

. Pieces 0' Eight

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First Ron: Mary Bryan, Ch.itrm.in: Mary Frances Ellis, Thomas Williams, Sybil Beaman, Jackie

DeLysle.

Second Row: Elsie Biggs Edwards, Vivian Yelverton, Rebecca Horton, Miss Mary Greene, Miss

Mamie Jenkins.

Third Row: Dr. E. R. Browning, Dr. R. J. Slay, Dr. P. A. Toll, Dr. M. N. Posey.

Publications Board

The Publications Board consists of two mem- bers at large from the student body, the editors, business managers, and faculty advisers of the three publications on our campus - the Tecoan, the Teco Echo, and the Pieces O' Eight.

The Board has tried to give the students an opportunity to express their opinions, has encouraged creative and imaginative writing, and has offered journalistic experience to the interested students. The work of this body is a tradition which we hope will have an everlast- ing life at East Carolina Teachers College.

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Vivian Yelverton, Ediii

Rebecca Horton, Business Manager

THE TECOAN

The Staff of the 1945 Tecoan has tried to brin^' to you a summary in pictures of the outstanding events of the school year. Because of shortage of materials and labor

EDITORIAL STAFF Sealed: Penny Smith, Vivian Yelverton, Edi/or: Nell Fincli Murphy, Beaufort Willi; Standing: Mary Young Bass, Curtis Butler, Elsie Corbitt, Jewel Slater.

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and because of other handicaps, it has been difficult to make every part of this book just as you might like to have it. We have tried to make the 1945 Tecoan a forerunner for bigger and better annuals in years to follow, and we hope it is one you can be proud of and enjoy.

The business staff is justly proud of the amount of advertising it has obtained this year, and is grateful to the firms who have helped to make the publication of the 1945 Tecoan a financial success.

We wish to express our appreciation to our advisers, Dr. R. j. Slay and Dr. E. R. Browning, and to Miss Lucile Turner for helping the staff in the publication of the 1945 Tecoan.

BUSINESS STAFF OF THE TECOAN

Nora Lee Hinnant, Grace Walker, Rebecca Horton, Business MiWager : Marjurie Sugg,

Edna Earle Moore.






EDITOR'S SPONSOR

'rd. <Ujauid ^y^^chle Meiuedon

STANTONSBURG, NORTH CAROLINA

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BUSINESS MANAGER'S SPONSOR

rd. Samuel ^y^ltldon .^J^odon

ZEBULON, NORTH CAROLINA

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J&k

Thomas Williaa Editor

THE TECO ECHO

During the past 'iear the Teco Echa has tried to Hve up to the best standards that have been set up by former students. It has upheld the principles of a free press, given in an unbiased way about the news, students, teachers, and alumni, and offered to future journalists expe- rience in news writing.

Sybil Beaman

Business Manager

Sej/eJ: Jean Goggin, Thomas Williams, EJilor: Mary Buckmaster, Nan Little, Etta Frances Harper, June Brandenburg.

Standing.: Jean Hodgins, Ruth Whitlield, Edna Earle Moore, Curtis Butler, Betty Jervis, Jean Hull, Ella Cashwell, Margaret Nisbet, Edna Vann Harrell, Jack Johnson, Marjorie E. Smith, Freda Caudell, Elsie West, Violet Sparks, Kit Blackham, Sidney Bunn, Mary Elizabeth Wooten, Walter Jackson, Rosa Alice Lancaster, Mary Young Bass, Neill Posey, Jean Ipock, Betsy Hellen.






PIECES 0' EIGHT

The aim of Pieces O' Eight this year has been to make it a magazine that the students appreciate and enjoy. Contributions have come from wide and varied sources and by working together, we have given and gained new ideas. The magazine has tried to provide an escape from the war by humorous and witty features, but also, to broaden and en- lighten the mind with more serious and informative subjects. P/eiei O' Eight belongs to the students and we have endeavored to help the students realize this by participation and interest.

Business AUii.iger

Seated: Dorothy Peebles, Jacqueline DeLysle, Editor; Elsie Biggs Edwards, Business AUnager. Rirsi Row: June Brandenburg, Jean Goggin, Christine Pittard, Laurene Marshburn Keltner, Gretchen Staton, Marjorie Jones. Second Row: Curtis Butler, Jean Hodgins, Frances Page, Harriet Dula.






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LITERARY SOCIETIES

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POE SOCIETY

The Edgar Allan Poe Society had as its feature of the year the mid-winter dance which was carried out in the patriotic motif. In cooperation with the Laniers and Emersons, the Poes sponsored the May Day Pro- gram, the main event of the year for the three so- cieties.

POE OFFICIRs Pat Edwards Merrill, P,,iiJem (not pictured); Alice Cupeland, Vice- President: Grace Lee Evans, Secretury: Dorothy Jean Creech, Treasurer.

POE SOCIETY

First Row: Pat Edwards Merrill, President (not pictured) ; Alice Copeland, Vice-President: Grace Lee Evans, Secretary: Dorothy

Jean Creech, Treasurer: Anne Gillam, Lucy Nell Smith, Lalla Gaskins, Leona Sasser, Mary Blane Justus.

Second Koiv: Ruth Mewborn, Manora Mewborn, Marjorie Sugg, Etta Frances Harper, Louise Overton, Mary Windley.

Third Rote: Rita Dell Dawson, Christine Bowen, Alta Lawson, Daisy Steele.

Fourth Row: Bessie Council, Josephine Gibson, Janice Myers, Nell Finch Murphy, Peggy Adams, Camille Jernigan.

Fifth Row: Dorothy Lewis, Betty Jervis, Marjorie E. Smith, Vivian Yelverton, Billie Neal. Caroline Andrews, Jane Hall.

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EMERSON SOCIET'.' Pint Roiv: Elizabeth Darden, Acting Presidenl : Dorothy Peebles, Vice-Preiident : Jean Scarborough, Secretary: Wilmar and Illnnar Kearney, Co-Trejiurers : Mary Whitehurst, Elizabeth Cox. Second Row: Pauline Taylor, Elizabeth Upchurch, Mary Alice Cohoon, Helen Spruill, Ruth Brown, Leah Mildred Ross, Elizabeth Register, Mary Edith HoUingsworth.

Third Rou : Alice Sumrell, Ruth Baker, Penny Smith, Rosa Lena Stephenson, Mary Ruth Baker, Kit Blackham, Mildred Griggs, Trudy Laughlin.

Fourth Row: Doris Stafford, Muriel Whitehurst, Frances Page, Jackie DeLysle, Marjorie Jones, Janet Dobson, June Brandenburg.

EMERSON SOCIETY

The Ralph Waldo Emerson Society has tried through programs based on some study of selected writings and of the biography of Emerson to stimu- late more mature thinking and a better understand- ing of the possibility of making our own intuition and initiative contribute to better citizenship.

Wherever possible we have helped to entertain the artists and service men who have been guests of the college; we have helped in Red Cross work and war fund drives; we held our yearly dance in the spring; and we, in cooperation with the two other literary societies, had a very impressive May Day Pro- gram.

SOCIETY' OFFICERS Elizabeth Darden, Acting, Presidenl: Dorothy Peebles, Vice-President : Jean Scar- borough, Secretary : Wilmar and Illmar Kearney, Co-Treasurers.






LANIER SOCIETY

During the school ^'har of 1944-45, the Sidnc-y Lanier Society has sought through its regular programs to instill within the minds and hearts of its members a deeper ap- preciation for Lanier, that great Southern poet. In addition to these programs, the two activities in which one hundred Laniers have been most interested are the fall dance with a Christmas theme which our society sponsored and the May Day Program on which we worked in cooperation with the other societies.

The Laniers have had a happy and profitable time to- gether, and they expect next year to be even better.

LANIER SOCIETY .int Row: Erma Hinnant, President; Alta Thompson, Secrehiry; Norma Whitfield, Treasurer: .tarjorie Privott, Lee Mae Jones, Nora Lee Hinnant, Rebecca Horton, Edna Hodges, Janice Fairless, Tances Anne Williams, Maude Smith, Louise Keith.

econd Row: Margaret Jones, Sidney Bunn, Jean Roberson, Sybil Ledford, Mary Robinson, Ruby ludson, Helen Willoughby, Margaret Bradley, Annie Belle Johnson, Peggy Honeycutt, Ethel Rouse, :dna Earle Moore.

'hird Row: Betty Joyce Kinlaw, Emma Lee Garris, Margery Lee Thomas, Gladys Davis, Cornelia Mattocks, Frances Cain, Mary Nelson, Dorothy Little, Worth Lanier, Helen Rouse, Mary Young

Whitley, Lucile Husketh, Page Duke, Bertha Edmundson, Thompson Cates, Margaret Hall, Josie Keeter, Mary Sue

lass.

'ourth Row: Virginia Hinson, Er

inn Warren, Georgia King, An

:otten, Esther Male White.

'ijlh Roiv: Raynell Bailey, Eleanor Booth, Macy Bell, Sue McGee, Edith Starling, Etta Carowan,

.aye Jessup, Audrey Frances Banks, Wilton Ray Futrelle, Jerry Albritton, John Charlton, Ruby Smith.

'ixth Row: Dorothy Jackson, Doris Frank, Brownie Hinson, Mildred Wellons, Sarah Frank, Chris-

ine Crawford, Frances Gardner, Sara Ann Moss, Elaine Welch, Eleanor Harrison, Dorothy Reade,

luth Carroll, Joyce Strickland, Jewel Porter.

LANIER OFFICERS Erma Hinnant, President: Alta Mae Thompson, Secretary: Norma Whitfield, Treasurer; Marietta Griffin, Vice-President (not pic- tured).






Miss Dokoihy Lewis ChH M.,rJ,M

MARSHALS

One Hundred Eight






College Marshals

First Row: Dorothy Lewis, Chief Manhal : Elizabeth Temple, Frances Temple, Ruth Baker.

Second Roiv: Frances Carter, Frances Page, Alta Mae Thomp- son, Mary Young Bass, Ruth Winslow.

Third Row: Lee Mae Jones, Margaret Person, Katherine White, Alice Copeland.

Fourth Row: Mar>' Alice Cohoon, Charlotte Elliott (not pic- tured), Jean Scarborough (not pictured).

One Hundred Nine






WOMtN'S ATHLETIC

..'. A. A. VARSITIES Roir: Dorothy Peele, Amanda Etheridge, Penny Smith.

Helen Sessoms, Nell Murphy, Elizabeth Upchurch, Rebecca

F;

Second Rot,-.- Geraldine Albri

Murphy, Nan I ttle, Wilma Johnson, Reba Brown

ThirJ Row: jean Matthew;, Pauline Taylor, Anne

garet i '' jerry Burns, ""oris E. Stevens, Elsie

Winston, X'innie Herring, Maxine Stallings.

Coody, Peggy H: ycutt, Barden Taylor, Mar- Zest, Jean Roundtree, Carolyn Register, Lucy

One Hundred Ten






^SSOCIATION

The Women's Athletic Association, one of the largest and most outstand; ^ organizations on the campus, has had quite a successful year under the leadership of our ad- visers, Miss Nell Stallings and Miss Frances Alex, and our president, Dorothy Peele.

This year marked some advantageous changes for our organization. We put into action the >- / Constitution - making all girls on the campus ass(. .e members of this organization.

We donated to the fund fo. the bronze statue in honor of Coach Christenbury.

Every student on ..le campus has ...e opportunity to, and is urged to take part in the activities. Competition be- tween the dormitories reache; its climax when the varsity te? e chosen and the iward is |-. sented to the indi-

\ ..uJ' dormit the greatest number of points.

It is the p' ,{ this organization to p. de a

variety of acti .or the recreation and pleasure oi every

student on cam as.

idem; Doris S

w A. A. CABINET First Row: Dorothy Peele, Preside) oris Frank, ]'ice

Geraldine Albritton, Treasurer. Second Row: Margaret Hall, Elizabeth Upchurch, Jean Scarborough, Peggy Honey Taylor, Pauline Taylor, Faye Jessup, Dorothy Harris.

Third Row: Nell Finch Murphy, Miriam Averitte, Jean Matthews, Rita Dell Dawsi Betty Joyce Kinlaw, Elsie Corbitt Fourth Ron Miss Nell Stallings, Admer. sie West, Penny Smith, Rebecca

ns, Secretary: Mary Ba. ' ne Woody,

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One Hundred Eleit






MEN'S ATHLETIC

President: James Parke

First Row: Stuart Tripp, Presidenl : Jesse Parker,

Peele, Treasurer: Truman Cherry, Assistant Treasure

Second Row: Walter Jackson, Brooks Beddingfield, Beverly Cutler, Wilton Ra

Third Row: Ben Dees, John Charlton, Billy Harper, Fountain Taylor.

E. C. T. C.

The Men's Athletic Association has been reorganized to promote intercollegiate athletic competition in the major sports, to promote intramural competition among college groups, to encourage the development and maintenance of health, sportsmanship, physical fitness, citizenship and co- operation, and to provide entertainment for the entire stu- dent body.

One Hundred Twelv.






ASSOCIATION

Results of Basketball Games

E. C. T. C.

Finr Row: James Parker, John Charlton, Stuart Tripp, Captain: Bob Lee, Jesse Parker Second Row: Billy Harper, Manas^er : Blanie Moye, Neill Posey, Beverly Cutler.

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FEATURES

The Features for the 1945 TECOAN were selected by a committee of students and faculty members as the six most outstanding Seniors. The selection was based on leadership, scholarship, character, and participation in extra curricular activities.











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coLumBiR, n. c.

One Hundred Eighte






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OXFORD, n. C.

One Hundred Nineteen






RULRRDER, R. C.

One Hundred Twenty






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uuiLminGTon, n. c.

One Hundred Twenty-oni






FRRmviLLE, n. C.

One Hundred Twenty-two






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STRnionsBURG. n. c.

One Hundred Twenty-three






The Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Greenville, North Carolina, fully realize that East Carolina Teachers College is one of the greatest assets of our city and state.

We congratulate the faculty and student body of East Carolina Teachers College for their past achievements.

To the Graduating Class of 1945, and classes to follow, we extend best wishes of the entire citizenship of the City of Greenville.

The College Stores

L^onaraiuiaui

eniorj

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Wf

hether you are leaving, or returning, we wish you the best always.

Whenever you are in Greenville make our store your home. You are always welcome whether you are a cum laude or a Freshman.

BELK-TYLER COMPANY

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Photographs

BAKERS' STUDIO

GREENVILLE, N. C. ^Aril l/worh Ljuar'anteed

Eastern Carolina's Shopping Center

BLOUNT- HARVEY

One Hundred Twenty-five






L^onqratulationi

to the

Lj^aauate6 o^ 1945

COLLEGE VIEW CLEANERS

Compliments of

STAU F FER'S

. . . Jewelers . . . DIAMOND SPECIALISTS COMPARISONS INVITED

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

PEOPLE'S BAKERY

Potronize the College "Y" Store

Congratulations to Seniors of 1945

TH E BOOTERY

. . . Quality Footwear . . .

405 Evans Street GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

GUARANTY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY

Established 1901 . . . Time Tested Member Federol Deposit Insurance Corporation

One Hundred Tut






Compliments of

B RO D Y'S

Ladies' Department Store

NORTH CAROLINA

BEST JEWELRY CO.

'Eastern Carolina's Leading Jewelers"

. . . Established 1901 . . .

Honest Values Prices That Defy Competition

"YOUR JEWELERS"

Compliments of

JOHN FLANAGAN BUGGY CO.

Your Ford, Lincoln, Mercury Dealer

Serving Greenville and Eastern Carolina Since 1866

Compliments of

WHITES' STORES

GREENVILLE, N. C.

WASHINGTON, N. C. WINDSOR, N. C.

AHOSKIE, N. C.

SCOTLAND NECK, N. C. MOUNT OLIVE, N. C.

Congratulations to Seniors of 1945

J. KEY BROWN

. . . Druggist . . .

5 POINTS GREENVILLE, N. C.

TADLOCK MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY

Save With Safety BUY MUTUAL INSURANCE

320 Evans Street GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

One Hundred Twenty-sevt






Compliments of

PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. *

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Compliments of

PALACE BARBER SHOP

Compliments of

ROSE'S 5, 10 and 25c STORE

GREENVILLE FLORAL CO.

315 Cotonche Street

Congratulations from

GARRIS GROCERY

Congratulations to

SENIORS OF 1945

*

GREENVILLE

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Compliments of

CARTER'S PRINTERY

Congratulations

MRS. MORTON'S BAKERY

Compliments of

TIP BOTTLING COMPANY

Compliments of

McCORMICK MUSIC STORE

Congratuloti' . s Seniors

and

Best Wishes for Your Health ond Happiness

Live Better . . . Live Electrically

GREENVILLE UTILITIES COMMISSION

One Hundred Tu-enly-eight






Compliments of

J. A. COLLINS & SON

Furniture, Rugs, Stoves and House Furnishings

... Try Us First! . . .

703 Dickinson Avenue GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Congratulations and Best Wishes from

LOWE'S

"Smart Apparel for Women"

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Congratulafic from

GREENVILLE BEAUTY SHOP

Compliments of

BELL'S PHARMACY

Compliments of

McCLELLAN'S

Flowers

For All Occasions

COX FLORAL SERVICE

Greeting Cards and Stationery A. B. ELLINGTON & CO.

426 Evens Street

Congrotulations from

SA I E E D'S

SCOTT'S DRY CLEANERS

One Block Bock of Post Office ... We Satisfy . . .

PAUL A. SCOTT, Manager GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

Compliments of

LeANNE BEAUTY SALON

The Best P'ace in Town to Eat

DIXIE LUNCH

*

GREENVILLE NORTH CARO' 'NA

One Hundred Twenty-i






For the Best in Foods

HON EYCUTT'S MARKET

Congrotulations to

SENIORS OF 1945

BOSTIC-SUGG FURNITURE CO.

118 East Third Street GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

For the Best Always Insist on

LANCE'S Y^

Peanut Butter Sandwiches Candy . . . Salted Peanuts

ROUSE PRINTERY

Office Supplies . . . Stationery Printing . . . Engraving

You'll Be Smart! See Williams First!

WILLIAMS' LADIES STORE

Compliments of

SUNSHINE CLEANERS

J. C. YOUNGBLOOD, Proprietor GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

LAUTARES BROS.

. . . Jewelers . . .

Watches . . . Jewelry . . . China Gifts WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING

TAFF OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.

- Remington - Sales and Service Supplies

119 East Fifth Street GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

One Hundred Thirty






The New Manager

MR. GENTRY GALLOWAY

Invites You To

Come In and Dine at

OLDETOWNE INN

Better Known to Students as 0. T. I.

Compliments of

PROCTOR HOTEL

Compliments of

J. C. PENNEY

GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

A Gift

No One Else Can Give

...YOUR PHOTOGRAPH!. ..

SILVER CRAFT STUDIO

Compliments of

REID STORES, INC.

Congratulations

SMITH-DOUGLASS FERTILIZER COMPANY

EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE

. . . "Sells It For Less" . . . GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA

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Q^p^^*^ CHRRLOTTE 4, fl. C, 118 Baldwin Ave. Phone 6506

QURLITY PhOTOGRRPHY

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TECOfln

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CHARLOWE ENGRAVING CO.

Charlotte, North Carolina

One Hundred Thirty-i






CAa^A^ , /V. Cau^^tna

SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS

PRINTERS OF YOUR YEARBOOK































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