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The Tecoan 1947

Date: 1947 | Identifier: 50-01-1947
1947 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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tLe President

To the Graduating Classes:

Your senior year, graduation, com- mencement. In accompanying my mother, as a small boy, at a college commencement program, I asked her, "Why are the exercises called 'com- mencement' when the students are graduating and finishing their studies?" "Yes, they are finishing their studies," she replied, "but they are just commencing their life's career." This statement has remained with me throughout my life. I wish that I could impress upon you that your college diploma is not the symbol of a con- clusion or an ending, but the com- mencing point of a life of service to your fellow man. So with your diploma as a symbol of your preparation for a useful life, go forward, as I am sure you will, and be ashamed to die until you have rendered some real service to the world.

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Annie L. Alorton

Dean of Women

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There is but one straight road to success, and that is merit. The person who is successful is the person who is useful. I am hoping that the seniors who leave us this year to take their places in the professional field will remember always the motto of their Alma Mater, "To Serve," and through service become useful, successful citizens.

Annie L. Morton, Deun of Women

"To Serve" is the motto of your Alma Mater. Will you not therefore keep this motto ever before you as a constant reminder of your duty to others when you go out into the various fields of endeavor.

To serve others is a noble trait and like bread cast upon the waters will bring the richest returns.

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First Row: Dora E. Coalcs, Educa- tion and Psychology; Dr. Hubert C. Haynes. Education and Psychol- ogy ; Annie C. Newell, Education and Psychology ; Frances Wahl. Education and Psychology; Dr. Lucile Turner, English. Director.

Second Roiv: Mary H. Greene, Eng- lish; Louise Greer, English; Lois Grigsby, English ; Emma L. Hooper, English; Dr. Meredith N. Posey, English.

Third Row: James L. Fleming. Foreign Language, Director; Mar- guerite Austin, Foreign Language; Dr. P. W. Picltlesimer, Geography. Director; J. B. Cummings, Geog- raphy; Dr. W. A. Browne, Geog- raphy.

Fourth Rotv: Nell Stallings, Health and Physical Education; James Johnson, Health and Physical Edu- cation; Adelaide E. Bloxton, Home Economics, Director; Mabel Lacy, Home Economics; Nellie F. McGee, Home Economics.

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First Row: Alta Marie Osborn, Home Economics; Mary Poindexter, Home Economics; Virlynne Usry, Home Economics; Wendell W. Smiley, Library Science, Director; Margaret Sanimon, Library Science.

Second Row: Elizabeth Walker, Library Science; Dr. Kenneth E. Brown, Mathematics, Director; El- len Rion Caldwell, Mathematics; Louise Williams. Mathematics; Dr. Karl Gilbert, Music, Director.

Third Row: Herbert Carter, Music; Dan Vornholt, Music; Dr. Charles W. Reynolds, Science, Acting Direc- tor; Dr. B. B. Brandt, Science, Director; Dr. Mary Caughey, Science.

Fourth Rotv: J. O. Derrick, Science; Dr. Christine Wilton, Science; Dr. A. D. Frank, Social Studies, Direc- tor; Dr. Lawrence Brewster, Social Studies; Dr. Beecher Flanagan, So- cial Studies.






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Firsf /{oif>; E. C. Hollar, Social Studies; W. E. Marshall, Social Studies; Laura T. Rose, Social Stud- ies; Dr. Paul A. Toll. Social Studies; Ruth Faison, Critic Teacher.

Second Row: Christine Johnson, Critic Teacher; Mrs. Maude Bowen, English Critic Teacher; Laura Bell, Commerce Critic Teacher; Ruth Modlin, Critic Teacher; Cleo Rain- water, Critic Teacher.

Third Row: Louise Galphin, Critic Teacher; Alma Browning, Critic Teacher; Mrs. Elizabeth Savage, Critic Teacher; Eunice McGee, Critic Teacher; Mrs. Margaret Farley, Library Science Critic Teacher.

Fourth Row: Estelle Greene, Math- ematics Critic Teacher; Deanie Boone Haskett, English Critic Teacher; Mrs. Edna James, Home Economics Critic Teacher; Frances Lamb, Social Studies Critic Teach- er; Harold McDougle, Music Critic Teacher.

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First Row: Mrs. Elizabeth Minis, Foreign Language Critic Teacher; Ona Shindler, Music Critic Teach- er; Alice Strawn, Home Economics Critic Teacher; Ruth White, Assist- ant Dean of Women; Sally Nor- wood, Dormitory Counselor.

Second Row: Agnes Barrett, Secre- tary to President; Ruby Braxton, Secretary to Registrar; Mrs. Owens, Assistant to Treasurer; Mrs. Janie E. Council, Secretary to Treasurer; Dorothy Lewis, Assistant to Treas-

Third Row: Mrs. Jerry Scruggs, Secretary to Dean; Annie Sue Perry, Clerk; Mrs. Rives, Dining Hall Stewardess; Mrs. Harrell, Die- titian; Stella Grogan, Superintend- ent of Infirmary.

Fourth Row: Lucy Stokes, As- sistant Superintendent of Infirm- ary; Mrs. Clem Garner, Alumni Secretary; Mrs. Susie Webb, Secre- tary, Alumni Office; J. L. Williams, Campus Policeman; Z. W. Frazelle, Manager of Student Stores.






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We, mIio have coiue through four years of college life, are seniors. Graduation is just around the corner, and we are just beginning to feel that we don't Mant to turn that corner. But, when we do, we'll leave with the feeling that these have been four worthwhile years, and we hope we've made the most of them.






Senior Class Officers

Jean Roberson yice President

Dorothy Jones Secretary

Rena Averett Treasurer

Mary Cameron Dixon President






First Row: - Peggy G. Adams A .R<.

Home Economics and Seifeijce Poe Society, 1; Y.W.C.A.. 1: Home Economics Club. Leader, 3 ; College Marslial, 4.

Margaret Albritton.

Secotid Row: Sarah Averitt Wake Forest, N. C.

Grade Educatii

u.iL. ;7'?('9^'ylub, 3, 4; Veterans :;^- i, 4r>tti Sigma Pi Fraternity >yy' ,taff. 3, 4, Associate Editor,

LAN F. Bailey

Iiysical Edi

Thomasville, N. C.

n and History

3, 4; M.A.A., 2, 3, 4; Y.M.C.A., 4; Basketball Varsity, 3; Teco Echo Sports Editor, 4; Tecoan Staff. 3; Cliorus, 3 : Senior Superlative ; Who's Wlio ind Colleges.

Club,

Mercedes Ange Jamesville, N. C.

Art and English Meredith College, 1; Art Club. 2, 3, Secretary, 3; Women's Chorus. 2, 3 ; Associate Business Manager of Tecoan, 3.

Rena W. Averett Oxford, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Lanier Society, 1, 2; Emerson Society, 4; American Home Economics Association, 4; Home Economics Club, 3, 4: Alpha Alpha Sigma, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer, 3, 4; Alumni Daughters and Sons Club, 4: College Band, 1, 2; Y.W.CA.. 1; Class Treasurer, 4; Senior Superlative.

Ruth Joyce Baker Rocky Mount, N. C.

Matliematics and Business Educati(

College Marshal 1, 2, 3, 4, Ti'C..,,, tary, 3; Court.- Society, 1, 2. :i Summer '40; M Big Sister, 4; M

Cliief, Summer '44; Mathematics Club. live. 2; Commerce Club. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- littee. 3; W.A.A. Cabinet. 3. 4; Emerson iilunt. 3. Marshal. 4; Budget Committee,

(lass Representative to Teco Echo, 3; out Council, 4; Senior Superlative.

Margaret Carol Banks Trenton, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

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Firsl Row: Mrs, Nell O. Barnhill. .Greenville, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science

Club, 2 ; Alpha Alpha Sigma. 2, t ; College

Choir

Annk Beasley Colerain, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science W.C.U.N.C. 1; Emer.son Society. 2, 3, i; Commerce Club, 2, 3, t; Y.W.C.A., 2, 3, 4; Big Sister, 3.

Second Row: Madeline Bedsaul. .Winston-Salem, N. C.

Social Science and English

Opal Belchar Columbus, Ohio

Business Education and English Oflice Training School and College. 1. 2; Y.W.C.A.. 3, 4; English, 3, i: Commerce Club, 4; Jarvis Forensic Club, 4; Senior Play, 4.

Third Roiv: Hazel Belch Rich Square, N. C.

Primary Education Baptist Student Union Council, 4. Secretary, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3; Big Sister, 2, 3; Lanier Society, 1, 2; Association for Childhood Education, 1, 2, 3, 4.

Jean Bennett Burnsville, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club. 1, 2; Poe Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Itig Sister, 2, 3, 4.

Fourth Row: Naomi Blanchard Hobbsville, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science Commerce Club, 1, 2. 3. 4, Tecoan Representative, 4; Alpha Alpha Sigma, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President, 4; House Committee, 3.

Martha Bland Vanceboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Y.W.C.A., 1 : Poe Society, 1 ; Home Economics Club, 1 : Alpha Alpha Sigma, 4,






Frances Bobbitt

Cora Bond

2. 3, 4, Historian, 3, President, Tecoan, Editor of Newsletter; Lanier Society, 2, 3: Commerce Club.

3, 4: Y.W.C.A., 2, 3; House and Grounds Committee, 2, 3; Cotten Hall House Committee, 3, 4; English Club, 2, 3, 4; Big Sister, 3. 4: Student Cooperative Council, 4; Senior Play, 4.

Rhoda Mae Bone Rocky Mount, N. C.

Mathematics and Social Science

Margaret Bradley

Jackson, N. C.

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WV Second Row: June h^^^j^^^^hVKO Warrenton, N. C.

^ Education and English

Society, 2. 3, 4; Commerce Club, 1, 2, 3. 4; Social Committee, 2; Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4. man/ (ff'''Music Commission, 2, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 4; an/r. Summer '46: Teco Echo Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, Associate Business g/r. I. 2, Business Manager, 3, 4; Pieces O'Eight Staff, 2; Big r 2, 3, 4: Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges; Features.

Rachel Brooks Greenville, N. C.

Englisli and Foreisn Language

Jeanne Duncan Brown Newport News, Virginia

Home Economics and Social Science Mary Washington College, 1; Farmville State Teachers College, 2; Home Economics Club, 3, 4: Lanier Society. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A., 3, 4; College Choir, 3.

Jean R. Brown Burgaw, N, C.

Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A., Cabinet. 3; Lanier Society. I. 2; Courtesy Card Committee. 3; Presbyterian Westminister Fellow - sliip President, 3: House Committee, 2, 3; College Marshal, 4; Class Representative to Student Cooperative Council, 4.

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First Ro W.- Naomi Ruth Brown. .Williamston, N. C.

English and History

Alton Buck Newport News, Va.

Business Eclu<-atiuii uiiil Soc-ial Science

Second Row: Russell Bunn Spring Hope, N. C.

Business Education and Science

Lou Ree Cantrell. . . .Campobella, S. C.

Home Economics and Social Science W.C.U.N.C, 1; Spartanburg Junior College, 2; Bap- tist Student Union, 1, 2 ; Home Economics Clul>. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A., 3, 4; Alpha Alpha Sigma, 4.

Third Rotv: Ann Carolyn Gates Durham, N. C.

Primary Education Y.W.C.A., 1. 2, 3, 4; Poe Society. 1, 2: Association for Cliildliood Education, 2, 3, 4; Metliodist Student Association, 2; Big Sister, 2, 3: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3: Art Club, 4.

Freda Caudell Buies Creek, N. C.

Physical Education and History

Fourth Roiv: Jean Elaine Chaplin . Mount Olive, N. C.

Pljysical Education and Science Lanier Society. 1, 2. 3. 4; Science Club. 1. 2; W.A.A.. 1. 2. 3, 4: Metliodist Drama Croup, 3. 4.

Catherine Charles Ahoskie, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3. I; Baptist Student Union. 1. 2. 3. 4. Student Cmiiicil, 2. 3, President. 3; Future Teacliers of America. 'J. :i. i. Librarian. 4: College Mixed Ciiorus. .1; .\luiiiiii Daughters and Sons Club. 2. 3, 4.

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Fir.fl Row:

Primary Edu

JoHNSiE Collins Waxhaw, N. C. /^-cViinvJ,

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Second Row: :ox Greenville, N. C.

Pliysical Education and Social Science >llege. I, 2: W.A.A. Cabinet, 4; International Relations stminister Fellowsliip Council. 4.

EJE Crabtree Fuquay Springs, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

DoROTHv Ann Cothran Rougemont, N. C.

Primary Education

Nellie Ruth Crawford Greenville, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Lanier Society, I. 2; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President, 4; Alplia Alpha Sigma. 2. 3, 4; Y,W.C.A.. 4: American Home Eco-

WiLLiAM C. Council Durham, N. C.

Pliysical Education aud (jeograpUy Y.M,C.A. Cabinet, 1, 2, 3. 4; Alumni Daughters and Sons Club, 1, 2, 3; Veterans Club, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi, 3, 4; Baseball Varsity. I, 2; Senior Play, 2.

Anne Dail Kenansville, N. C.

Geography and Social Science Meredith College. 1; Emerson Society. 2. 3, 4, Secretary, 3, President, 4: Canterbury Club, 3, 4; Basketball Varsity, 2. 3; Associate Editor of Tecoan. 3: Women's Judiciary, Summer '46; Student Cooperative

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Fast Row: Mrs. Christine W. Dark

Business Education and Social Society, 1, 2, 3; Commerce Club, 1, 2, ; Judiciary, Summer, '45 and Summer,

Florence A. Davi;nport.

Kathrvn Davenport Gumberry, N. C

Primary Education Baptist Student Union Smaller Council, 2, 3, i. Reporter. 2. Dcvo tional Vice-President, 3, President, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1. 2. 3, 4, Cabinet, 3 Association for Childhood Education, 3, 4; Big Sister, 2, 3, 4,

Lorraine Davis Areola, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Vice-President of Freshman Y.W.C.A.: W.A.A., 1; Y.W.C.A.. 2. 3. 1 Cabinet. 2; Home Economics Club. 1, 2; National Home Economic- Association, 4; Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4, Council, 2, 3. 4, President 4; Handbook Committee, 3; Vice-President of Fleming Hall. 3; Social Committee, 4; Senior Superlative.

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Alice Davis Greenville, N. C.

^ I'rimary Education

ghsboro College, I, 2.

?'^^MAxftAY Oriental, N. C.

Allie Mitchell Dilday Ahoskie, N. C.

Mathematics and Business Education Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Emerson Society. 2. 3. 4; Commerce Club, 2. 3, 4; Bis Sister, 2. 3; Mathematics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary, 1. 2.

Thelma Earley Dilday Ahoskie, N. C

Home Economics aud Science Y.W.C.A.. !. 2, 3. 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Tf<mii Representative, 4; Science Club, I, 2; Big Sister, 3, 4,

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First Roiv: Mary Cameron Dixon. Wilmington, N. C.

History, Spanish, and Krencli Bisliiip's S<-liol.-irsliip. Kpiscipal Cliiirrli. 1. 2. :i. -1:

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Cooperative Cuniirii. _ :;, i ( i,,-- lirju. -riii,! [ r, ,. 2; Senior Class President: Senii.r I'lay. t; Who's Wlio Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Senior Superlative: Feature.

Ada Gray Draughan Dunn, N. C.

Primary Education Future Teacliers of America. 2, 3; Y.W.C.A., 1; Association for CInldliood Education. 2, 3.

Second Row: Anna Page Duke Jackson, N. C.

Grannnar Grade Education Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Lanier Society, 1, 2, 3. 4; Pieces O'Eight Staff, 3, 4; House Committee. 3.

Aldine Early Aulander, N. C

Englisll and History English Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; International Relations Club, 1, 2, 3. 4; Foe Society, 3, 4; Museum Club, 3; Teco Erho Staff, 4; Senior Superlative.

Third Row: Margaret Eatmon Roseboro, N. C.

English and Social Science

Gilmer Edgerton Kenly, N. C.

English and Social Science Baptist Student Union Council, 3. 4; Alpha Alpha Sigma, 2, 3, 4, President, 3.

Fourth Row: Bertha Edmundson Pikeville, N. C.

Primary Education Association for Childhood Education. 3, 4, Second Vice-President, 4; Lanier Society, 1, 2. 3; Y.W.C.A.. 1, 2, 3; Commerce Club, 1: Big Sister. 3; Baptist Student Union, 1: Y.W.A., 3, 4; Secretary. 3, Presi- dent, 4; Women's Athletic Association, 1; Glee Club, 3.

Myra Edmundson. . . .Stantonsburg, N. C.

English and Social Science English Club, 1, 2, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; Mathematics Club, 1, 2; International Relations Club, 3, 4; Poe Society, I, 2, 3, 4: Big Sister, 3, 4.

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Della Evans

Louise Edwards

Physical Education and Business Edi W.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet. 4, President. 4: Lanier Society Y.W.C.A., I, 2. 3. 4; Commerce Club. 1. 2, 3. 4: Big Sisteh 3: Stutliilit Cooperative Council. 4: College Athletic Council. 4; Class Represi ' live to Tecoan, 4; Soccer Varsity, " -..,....,.

Second Row: E Forrest New Bern, N. C.

V Home Economics and Science

onomics Club, 1. 2, 3. 4, Constitution Committee. 4; Science

~ 4, Refreshment Committee, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3. 4;

^^J<-B; Lanier Society, 2, 3. 4; Big Sister. 2. 3; College Choir.

^iM^lub, 3; Art Club. 3: American Home Economics Asso-

Greenville, N. C.

Home Economics and Soc

Louise Fillyaw Roseboro, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Melba Lee Garner Newport, N. C.

Priman- Education Association for Childhood Education. 1. 2, 3. 4, Historian. 3, First Vice-President, 4, Executive Board, 3. 4; Biu Sister. 2. 3, 4; Lanier Society. 2. 3. 4; House Committee. 3. 4.

Elaine Forrest.

.Winterville, N. C.

Emma Lee Garris.

. Ayden, N. C.

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First Row: Doris Gibson Hoffman, N. C.

Claininar Grade Education

Mary Anna Grady. .Seven Springs, N. C.

Physical Education and Science Montreal College, 1, 2; W.A.A., 3, 4, Cabinet, 4; Soccer Varsity, 3; Field Hockey Varsity, 3. 4; Poe Society, 3, 4: Science Club, 3; Museum Club, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 4.

Second Row: Evelyn Grant Garysburg, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3. 4: Methodist Student Union. 1. 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club. 1, 2, 3. 4; Science Club, 1, 2, 3.

Emily E. Greene Rocky Mount, N. C.

English and History Association for Childhood EdiicMtinn. I; Y.W.C.A..

1. 3. 3. 4; Poe Society, 1. 2. :i, i; Tr,;, l-:,h,, Repre- sentative, 4; Intersociety ComniitU'c, I; l.;lll,'li^ll Club.

2, 3. 4, Treasurer. 4; College Orcljcstra, ,t. t; Secre- tary of Wilson Hall. 3; Methorlist Student Associa- tion. 1. 2. 3. 4; Pieces O'Ei'iht Staff, 3; Big Sister. 2, 3, 4; Women's Judidarv. 4; Chi Pi Players, 4. "The Admirable Crichton"; Senior Play, 4.

Third Row: Jayne Griffin Edenton, N. C.

Primary Education Emerson Society. 1, 2. 3. 4; W.A.A.. 1; Alumni Daughters and Sons. 1. 2. 3, 4: Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary. 1. 2. President, 2; College Band. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.AV.C.A.. 1. 2.

Elizabeth Gullin Laurenceville, Va.

Business Education and Social Science

Fourth Row: Margaret Hall Woodsdale, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science W.A.A.. 1, 2, 3. 4. Cabinet, 1. 2. 3; Field Hockey Varsity. 1. 2, 3; Basketball Varsity, 1. 2. 3: Volley Ball Varsitv, 1; Tennis Varsity, 1. 2; Soccer Varsity, 1, 2; Y.W.C.A.. 1; Lanier Society. 1. 2. 3; Commerce Club. 1. 2. 3. President, 3; Student Cooperative Council. 2. 3; Secretary of Student Cooperative Government Association. 2: House Committee. 1. 2; Delegate to Student Legislature. 3, 4; Chairman of Women's Judiciary, 4; Senior Superlative; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges ; Features.

Mrs. Dorothy B. Hardy. Greenville, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science

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Henry Warren Harris ^^^^ill/{'N^:^''''^\

Social Science and EnglisI Y.M.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Membership Cliairman, 1. : Players. 1. 2: M.A.A.. 1. 2, 3, 4: Methodist St erans Club, 3, 4, Treasurer. 3. i. Treasurer of iyirfftic Si Fund, 4; Student Cooperative Counci Poster Bureau, 1. Secretary. 1 ; Men College Mixed Chorus, 3; Senior Super:ative. '>--/^ -

George W. Heafner LincdJkton, N. C

Business Education and History Appalachian State Teachers College. 1: Y.M.C.A.. I. 2. 3: Commerci Club, 2, 3; Chi Pi Players, 3; Veterans Club, 4; International Rela tions Club, 4.

Annie Doris Heath Kinston, N. C

Grammar Grade Education Home Economics Club. 1, 2; Science Club, 1, 2: Art Club. 2, 3, 4 Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3; W.A.A., 1, 2, 3: Poe Society, 4; Big Sister, 2 College Choir, 3; Wesley Foundation Clioir, 3.

Betsy Hellen Greenville, N. C.

Mathematics and Bus.ness Education Band. 1. 2. 3, 4; Commerce Club. 1; Mathematics Club. I. 2, 3. 1 Social Chairman, 3: Alumni Daughters and Sons Club, 1, 2, 3. 4 President, 3; Student Cooperative Council, 3: Women's Judiciary. 4; Day Student Committee, 3, 4. President, 4; Who's Who Among Stu dents in American Universities and Colleges,

Second Roiv: erSoSi Fayetteville, N, C.

Home Economics and Science

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Secretary. 3; Methodist

Sue Henderson Graham, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill College, I, 2,

Mrs Ruth Beddard Herriott Winterville, N. C.

Business Education and History Women's Cliorus. 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club, 2.

Esther Mae Hines Enfield, N. C.

Home Economics and Science W.C.U.X.C, 1, 2: Y,W.C.A,. 3: Home Economics Club. 3: Lanier Society. 3. 4: Canterbury Club. 3. 4. Secretary. 4; House Committee. 3. 4. House President 4; Women's Judiciary. 4; Science Club. 4.

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Firs/ Row Nora Lee Hinnant PikevilleAN'X.^

Home Economics and Science \ \ //

Society. 1. 2, 3, 4. Marshal, 2, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1. 4; Hom\ Bfj^/

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Second Row:

Edna Louise Hodges Washingfon7j

Business Education and English yfW

Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2, 3, 4; Lanier Society. 1. 2. 3. 4; CommerffeYCIub. 2. 3. 4; English Club. 4; W.A.A.. I; Beta Kappa Chapter of I*1=<)mega Pi. 3. 4. Vice-President. 4; Budget Committee. 4; Historian of Senior

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loLA Welsh Hofler Gatesville, N. C.

English and History Commerce Club. 1; English Club. 2. 3; International Relations Club. 2, 3: Alumni Daughters and Sons Club, 1, 2; Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2. 3; Y.W.A.. Council. 2; Big Sister. 2.

Y Joyce Hopkins Oak City, N. C.

Business Education and English 2. 3 ; Commerce Club. 2. 3. 4. Tecoan Repre .entative. ; English Club. 3. 4; Big Sister. 2. 3; Y.W.C.A.. 4.

Lois Howard .

.Jacksonville, N. C.

Business Education and Matliematii Commerce Club. I, 2, 3. 4: Mathematics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4. President. 4; Beta Kappa Chapter of Pi Omega Pi. 3. 4; Big Sister. 3; Student Cooperative Council. 4.

Margaret Holt Princeton, N. C.

French and History Sigma Pi Alpha. 2. 3. Tecoan Representative. 3: Y.W.C.A., 1. 2, 3;

James Everett Hudson Thomasville, N. C.

Business Education and Physical Education Varsity Club. 2. 3. 4; Veterans Club. 3. 4. Secretary of Athletic Scolarship Committee. 4: Student Cooperative Council. 3, 4; College Athletic Council. 3. 4: President of M.A.A.. 3. 4: Football Varsity. 1. 4; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.

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Fhsl Row: Hannah Ruth HumblLs. . .Ayden, N. C.

Business Education and Englisli y.W.C.A., 1. 2. 3, I, Secretary of Freslin\;ni "V; Lanier Societv. 1. 2. 3: W.A.A,, J ", i, fi.tiiiii.rn-

Club, 2, 3. -t. rn-i.l,-iit, l; Imil-Ii !, i IiH, : :;, 1. Secretary, 3; lU'ta Kapiii (h.i|.i.i .^ r '' .-i I'l, 3, 4, Treasurer. :i ; lli- Si-i. i , : i iii .|i..,i)k

Committee, 4: Stuilrnt CnnjM-tMtr . ImhimiI. :i, I. Class Representative. :t ; Seni(jr SiiperlatiM-.

Elsie Gray Hunt Louisburg, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Second Row: Mary George Isley Staley, N. C.

English and Social Science W.C.U.N.C, l; Y.W.C.A., 2, 3, 4: Lanier Society, 2, 3, 4; Tecoan Staff, 3: Teco Echo Staff, 3, 4: Chi Pi Players, 3, 4; International Relations Club, 4: English Club. 4.

Harry J. Jarvis Hopewell, Va.

English and Science Class President, 1; M.A.A., 1, 2, 3. 4; Budget Com- mittee, Summer, '46; Cheer Leader, 1; Men's Glee Club, 4; Student Cooperative Council, 3, 4; Y.M.C A..

1, 2, 3; A Cappella Choir, 1, 2; Teco Echo Staff,

2, 3, 4, Associate Business Manager, 2, Business Manager, 3, Photographer Editor, 4: Phi Sigma Pi, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.

Third Row: Martha Jefferson Fountain, N. C.

Social Science and Physical Education Poe Society, 1, 2, 3; Emerson Society. 4: Chi Pi Players, 2, 3, 4; Alumni Daughters and Sons, 1, 2, 3; International Relations Club, 4: W.A.A., 1, 2, 3; Senior Superlative, Senior Play, 4.

Helen Jennette Raleigh, N. C.

Business Education and Frencn

Fourth Row: Annie Blanche Johnson. .Kinston, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Home Economics Club, I. 2, 3; Poe Societv, 2, 3, 4. Teconii Representative, 4: Y.W.C.A.. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet. i: Election Committee, 4: Big Sister, 2. 3; W.A.A.. 1 : Business Staff Manager of Senior Play, 4.

Annie Belle Johnson Ingold, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education Association for Childhood Education, 1, 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A., 1, 2: Lanier Society, 1, 2, 3; College Band, 2. 3: Future Teachers of America, 3; Art Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; Vice-President of Jarvis Hall. 4; Student Cooperative Council, 4; Big Sister, 2, 3.

MARY THAVNE MASSENGILL






First Row: Grace Hobgood Johnson Morrisville,

Primary Education Association for Chiltlliood Education, 1, 2. 3. 4: Art Club, Band. 3. 4; Poe Society. 1. 2. 3, 4: V.W.C.A.. 1 2 3; Bij Clii Pi P)ayers. 4; Senior Play; W.A.A.. 1. 2.

William Stanfield Johnson

Matliematics and Science vKW'lX'V^ilV v V.M.C.A.. 1. 2, 3. Cabinet. 2; Phi Sigma Pi FraterlKjSa. '3.' 4. Presi dent, 3;^Secretary ofR.igsda'e HaH. 3: President of Ragsdale Hall

Second Row: D. Jones Farmville, N. C.

Business Elducation and Social Science

Jones Farmville, N. C.

Ma.tbcmatics and Pliysical Education

~ " ty. 3. l; Who's Who in

3; Vice-President of Ju

Cla

Sally Margaret Johnston Wilmington, N. C.

Music Education and Social Science

'''''1" ' ' mill'' ;. '.'. I lull J, i!r-r I'l.Hi, I: Vocal "eu-

"<"' ' .'. ' - I .- ' :.:iri, 2: Religious ' ''^'^' ' !'..:.:..!. --,,:: ,,,, Theological

V'li.i.. .; , .. ,, I -.M., , . , ., I i, .,,, 1, I ,,,,, ,^iinl, ,,i ,\.,,,riation. 1, 2, 3, 4:

Miin.iii (,,Miri.iim- i.iumi!. :;. t !,i--. lUpi u.-.ciil.anc. :i ; Delegate to Stuch-rit I.ct'islatiirc, House Conimitteo, 2, 3; Secretary of Cotten Hall. 3; Senior Superlative: Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Helen Marie Jones Dover, N. C.

H.J

Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2. 3, 4. c, Lanier Society, 1, 2. :i Student Cooperative (.n Committee. 4: Home K( ( Committee. 4; Science ( Home Economics Associ;i

Dorothy B. Jones Snow Hill, N. C

Home Economics and Social Science Lanier Society. 1. 2. 3, 4; Alpha Alpha Sigma, 2: W.A.A.. 1. 2; Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4. Chairman of Community Service, t; Secrc tary of Junior Class; Secretary of Senior Class; College Marshal. 4; Senior Superlative.

Margaret I. Jones

English and History Y.W.C.A., 1, 2. 3, 4: Lanier Society, 2, 3. 4; Clas; College Marshal, 3: Cotten Hall House Cnmn Manager of Pieces (rEight, 3, 4: English Club. 2. Relations Club, 4; Senior Superlative.

Fairfield, N. C.

President. 3; 4; Business International

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Lillian Joyner Greenville, N. C.

Cirammar (Jrade Education WdTiKMis CImrus. 2. i. 1; Future Teail.ers of Aineriia, 1. -2. ^. I. Treasurer, 1.

Dorothy Lanier Keel . . Oak City, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education Peace College, I; Y.W.C.A., 2, 3, 4; Poe Society, 2, 3.

Second Row: JosiE Keeter Merry Hill, N. C.

Field Hocl<ey Varsity, i; Volley Ball Varsity, 4; Basketball Varsity, 4; Lanier Sodety. 1, 2, 3. 4: Future Teachers of America, 4; Y.W.A., 1, 2, 3, 4.

Mrs. Jean L Kimley. . . .New Bern, N. C,

Home Economics and Science

Third Row: Colleen King New Bern, N, C.

Betty Joyce Kinlaw Ayden, N. C.

Business Education and English Y.W.C.A., l; W.A.A., 1, 2, Dormitory Head and Cabinet, 2: Lanier Society. I, 2. 3: Commerce Club, 2. 3, 1, Vice-President, 3; English Club, 2. 3, 4; Beta Kappa Chapter of Pi Omega Pi, 2, 3, 4: Cotten Hall House Committee, 3; Cliairman of Social Committee, 4: Associate Business Manager of Pieces- O'Eidht, 4; Student Cooperative Council, 4,

Fourth Row: Hazel Kirby Lucama, N. C.

Rebecca A. Kirkland. , . .Durham, N- C.

Mathematics and French Mathematics Club. 1. 2, 3. 4, Secretary and Treasurer, 2, Tccoan Representative, 3, Vice-President, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha, 1. 2, 3. 4; Westminister Fellowship, 1, 2, 3. 4; W.A.A., l; College Bank, 1, 2, 3: Chair- man of Courtesy Card Committee, 4.

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First Row: ^/ >/[, Second Row:

Wanda Lamm l.viCi,m\!.,M^J,-^^^K\^^^^^ Lawson. ........; Orrum, N. C.

English and Social Science 1 iN^i^W^^ Vi^ \ Home Economics and Science

roe Society. 1. 2. 3, 4; Alpha Alpha Sigma. 2. 3, 4: ^nglish^^Sr ^^^^V^^^^' ^^ Xse^SnXe f ^'h 'ciub ' =1 Big Sisler 2. 3. 4; International Relations Club. 2. 3. 4: Big Sister, a: Teco E^o '^^^/^T o k ^"XntrsTstudlnt Union Council 2- Bantist Staff. 3; Chi Pi Players. 4; Cast of "The Admirable Crighton," ^Uv^ '^^^X's' AuxiliarV f.'^t sf C^^^^^^^^^ Point Systenf Com

__^y/^^!TC^J^m\iJ^h-')^^Si^eni Cooperative Council, 3. 4.

Lucy Lancaster Vancfcfco^Jir. C. , \. . '^^^^^

Primary Education V'^V ^ ' Atli^J^rr^4^E NewtOn GrOve, N. C.

Assooiation^c^ ChMdhood Education. 2. 3. 4 ; Poe Soc-.et,^S;^Y^^^^ /^-f^^^^ ^ H,,ne Economics and Science

Ruth Langdon Coats, N. C Mrs. Mary Hales Lee Stantonsburg, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education English and History

KntMre Teichers of America 12 3 4 Treasurer 4- Aiisociation for Representative to Student Cooperative Council. I, 3; Women's Judiciary,

,.,,,111 1 I.,;.,. ,n,, 1 .> \ ' 1 ' v'ir-o'prociH^iit ' >> ' I n'tiier Snrietv Summer. '43. President. Summer. '46; Secretary of Wilson Hall, 2;

\,t ( 1, 4 Renorte'r i- YWCA 1 ' 3^ HouslpresWent Associate Editor of Tecoan, 2, Editor of Tecoan, 3: Poe Society. 1. 2:

f',; rV,. h (, , iundav Siool I- Coile-e'ciiJiV 3- C^^^^^^ Alumni Daughters and Sons, 1, 2, 3: Publications Board, 3; Women's

( - s r mr.rComr^ttee sLmer "44 C">os. 3; Big Sister. 2: Commerce Club. 1; W.A.A., 1, 2, 3; Cabinet,

R,f: si.t, r. _ . il. .use Committee. Summer, 44. ^. g^^._^^ Superlative: Who's Who in American Universities and '

Colleges: Features.

Joe Lassiter Conway, N. C.

Physical Education. Mathematics and Science FRANCES ElLEN LeWIS Farmville, N. C.

President of Ragsdale Hall. 2 : Men's Judiciary, 2 : Student Cooperative Frnnnmirs and Science

Council. 2: Y.M.C.A.. 2. Treasurer. 2: College Band. 3. 4. President, 3: "'"><' Economics and Science

A Cappella Choir, 3: Phi Sigma Pi Fraternity, 3, 4; Science Club, 2: V.W.C.A.. 1, 2. 3: Home Econonm-s Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 1:

Mathematics Club, 3: Chi Pi Players. 3: Basketball Varsity, 3: Base- Big Sister, 2, 3; House and Grounds Committee, 3: Class Treasurer, 3:

hall Varsity, 3: Veterans Club, 4: College Dance Band. 3: Senior Play, Wesley Foundation Council, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Personnel, 2. Cliair-

3- Who's Wlio in American Universities and Colleges. man of Literature and Training. 3. Secretary. 4: House Committee. 3.

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WooDSDALE, North Carolina

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First Row: KS^^^^/ J^

Margaret L. Lewis ^^^^illa,'!'!

Primary Education ^^"^ Women's Chorus. 1. 2. 3, 4; Poe Society. 3. t-!\AM<ui:\:M(in for Cliild- liood Educ.ntion, 3. I; House Committee, 4; V.WY^.A.,^J-r'2, 3. 4.

Mary Callie Lewis Dublin, N. C.

Pliysical Education and Science Hou.se Committee, 3; College Band, 3; Baptist Student Union Council, 3; Lanier Society, 4; Publicity Board, 4; W.A.A.. 3. 4, Cabinet, 4.

Margaret Jane McGowan Willard, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Wallace R. McLawhorn Greenville, N. C

Physical Education and History

J'W^^ Second Row:

" fkcK McClellan Dunn, N. C.

-^ / Primary Education

Cjfllese. 1. 2; Y.W.C.A.. 3. 4; Association for Childhood Educa- ;./; House and Gnmnds Committee. 4: Big Sister. 4; Presbyterian Student Association. 4; Emerson Society. 3. 4.

Kay Mann Middletown, N. C.

English and Business Education Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Lanier Society. 2. 3; Commerce Club. 2. 3. 4, Treasurer. 3; Teeo Echo Representative. 4; English Club. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President. 3; Beta Kappa Chapter of Pi Omega Pi. 2. 3. 4:* Wesley Foundation Council. 4; Editor of Pieces O'Eight, 4; Student Cooperative Council. 4; Election Committee, 3; Senior Superlative.

Robert Martin Conway, N. C.

Matliematics and History V.M.C..\., 1, 2; International Relations Club, 1, 2, 3: Class Treasurer, 2; Phi Sigma Pi Fraternity. 2, 3, 4. Secretary. 3. Historian. 4; Chair- man of Men's Judiciary. 3: Chairman of Men's Day Student Committee. 3 ; Teco Echo Staff. 2. 3, Associate Editor. 3. 4 : Assistant Editor of Pieces O'Eight, 4; Wilson Hall House Committee. 4.

Mary Thayne Massengill Raleigh, jN. C.

French and English Peace College. 1. 2; Emerson Society, 4: Alumni Daughters and Sons Clui), 4; Sigma Pi Alpha Fraternity, 3, 4: Student Cooperative Council, 4: Class Representative to Teco Echo, 4: Vice-President of Cotten Hall. 4; Secretary of Women's Judiciary. Summer. '46; Senior Super- lative; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.

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;, N. C.

Eva C. Mattocks Maysv

Primary Education Assticiatioii for Cliilclhood Education. I. 2. 8. 4: Third Vice-President, 4. Executive Board, 4: House Com- mittee, 3; Big Sister, 2, 3. 4; Lanier Society, 2. 3, 4.

Helen Best Matthews. .Elm City, N. C.

EnKlish and Matlie.iiatics

Second Row: Audrey May Greenville, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Home Bkonomics Club, 1, 2. 3, 4, President. 4; American Home Economics Association. 4: Science Club. 1, 2. 3. 4; Chi Pi Players. 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary. I. 2. 4; Poe Society, 1, 2, 3. 4. Vice-President. 3: Student Cooperative Council. 3. 4: Town Personnel Representative of the Wesley Foundation Council. 4; Representative of the Student Committee. 3, 4; Women's Atliletic Association. 1, 2; May Day Com- mittee. 3.

Frances W. Merritt. .Goldsboro, N. C.

Primary Education Louisburs Junior College, 1. 2; Association for Child- hood Education. 3. 4. President. 4; Wesley Founda- tion Council, 4; Student Cooperative Council, 4.

Third Roiv: Ruth C. Mewborn Snow Hill, N. C.

Social Science and English Poe Society. 1. 2; Women's Chorus. 3. 4: Associate Business Manager of Tecuaii, 3; Businc of Tecoaii, 4: Publication Board, 4.

ger

Mary Allison Modlin. .Warrenton, N. C.

Physical Education and Mathematics Mathematics Club. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A.. 3. 4; W.A.A.. 3. 4, Cabinet. 4.

Fourth Row: Omelia Monroe St. Pauls, N. C.

Busine.'s Education and Science Y.W.C.A.. 1, 2. 3, 4. Mcc-Picsiilcnt. 3. Presidents' School, Union Theological .'icniinarv. Columbia Uni- versity, Summer. '46. Presiilent. Fraternity. 3. 4; Commerce Club. I, Club. 1. 2. Vice-President. 2: We- ship Council, 2. :i; student Cooper Who's -Who among Students in Ar

Omega F 4; Museur ter Fellow

ties and College

Superla

Edith Moore Bowden, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Home Economics Association. 1. 2. 3. 4- Science Club. 1. 2: Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2, 3, 4; College Choir. 3: National Home Economics Association, 4,

MARGARET HALL

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Fhs/ Ro W.- Frances Moore Snow Hill,

Emerson Society,

Jeanne Moore Turkey, nIl.".

Second Row: /[UMFORD Greenville, N. C.

Crammar (_ira<le Educatiim

V. Murray Watha, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Home Economics Associa-

SecrgtiM^I l: ^ ,^ , ^,^.,

tteST 4; (fi<liy. . Yi(pme Economics Club, 1. 2, 3, 4; American

y '^H". t; Big Sister, 2: V.W.C.A., 1, 2, 4; W

esley Foundation,

Louise Moore Roxboro, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science Averett Junior College, 1. 2; Chi Pi Players, 3; Poe Society. 3.

Robert P. Musselwhite Greenville, N. C.

History and Pliysical Education

Robert B. Morgan Lillington, N. C.

Mathematics and Englisli Y.M.C.A., I, 2, Cabinet. 2; Class Tre,asurer, 1; Band, 1; Young Demo- crats Club, 1 ; State Student Legislature Representative. 1 ; Senior Play, 1; Phi .Sigma Pi, 1, 2. 4, Secretary, 2; Business Staff of TeiM Echo, 2; Lanier Society, 1, 2, Reporter. 2; Men's Judiciary, 2; College Marshal, 2; Vice-President of Ragsdale Hall, 2; University of Nortli Carolina, 3 ; House Committee, 4.

Janice Myers Colerain, N. C.

Business Education and History Y.\V.r..\,. 1. 2, 3; Commerce Club, 2; Poe Society, 2. 3, 4.

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First Row: BiLLiE G. Neal Smithfield, N. C.

History and Englisl. Foe Society, 1: Y.W.C.A., 1; Wilson Hall House Conmiittee, 2; Studerft Cooperative Council, Summer, '45: Treasurer of Women's Judiciary, 4; Social Committee, 3.

Mary K. Nelson Conway, N. C.

Second Row: Margaret Newbern . EliEabeth City, N. C.

Primary Education

Leta Olive.

. Benson, N. C.

Third Row: Janice Louise Pake. . .Marshallberg, N. C.

Mrs. Etta H. Palmer. .Greenville, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science

Fourth Row: Anne Miller Park;er Lasker, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Art Club. 2. 3, 4, Treasurer. 3. 4; Alumni Daufrhters and Sons Club. 2, 3. 4. Secretary. 3, Vice-President, 4; Home Economics Club, 1. 2, 3. 4: Poe Society, 1, 2. 3, 4; Student Cooperative Council, 1; House Committee, 2, 3.

BiLLiE W. Perry Louisburg, N. C.

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

1. 2, 3. 4; Y.W.C.A., 1. 2, 4; Bapti.st Student Union Council, Summer, '45, Summer, '46, 4: Big Sister.

2, 3, 4; Alumni Daughters and Sons Club, 4; Baptist Young Woman's Auxiliary, 2; Editor of Baptist Paper, The Key, 4,

LORRAINE DAVIS

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Donald Perry

Music Educ

Nell Perry

Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club. 1. 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 1. 3. 3. 4: Y.W.C. 1, 2. 3; Baptist Student Union Council, Summer, '45. and Summer, "41 .-Mumni Daughters and Sons Club, 3, 4, President. 4: Student Cooper five Council, 4; Big Sister. 2, 3. 4; Baptist Voung Woman's Aux iary. 2, 3.

Lala Vaughn Phelps Como, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education V.W.C.A., I, 2: Jarvis Forensic Club, 2. 3; Future Teachers of America, i, 2, 3, 4: Association for Childhood Education, 1. 2, 3, 4.

Beatrice Player,

. Conway, S. C.

7. %\

Second Row: ."Harriet Ray Raeford, N. C

le Economics and Science ;\t!^^\f^ilyrcRs, l, 2: Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Westminister

.C^olyW Register Wilmington, N. C.

f \i'VV\V^P'NWf3^^)(\i| Education and Business Education Y.W.C. A., 1. 2. 3, I, Cabinet. 2; W.A.A., 2. 3. 4, Cabinet. 2. 3, 4: Hockey Varsity. 1, 2: Basketball Varsity. 1. 2. 3; Tennis Varsity, 2. 3: Soccer Varsity, I, 2: Commerce Club, 3. 4. Vice-President. 4;- House Committee. 2, 3; Senior Superlative.

Jean Roberson Spring Hope, N. C.

Music Education and History

Lanier Society. 1; Y.W.C.A.. 1. Floor Night Watch Chairman, 3:

W.A.A.. 1; Women's Chorus, 1. 2, 3: College Choir. 4; Ensemble. 2. 3. 4: CIa.ss Representative tii Stmlent Cooperative Council, 2: Social

Committee. 2; College (iirli.-i:, j: ( h.iin-l CiijiiTiiittec, :i ; Kritertain-

ment Committee. 3. 4: li i . i i;. 1 iii.iis ( hih. :i ; ('dllct'c llaml.

3: Class Vice-Pre.sidenl. ) i : ^ . i hural Silnn.l. Siimimrt. Hi;

Who's Who .Among Stu.l..,i- ,i, ii... im.ul rTiiver.-.ities anti ('i.liei.'cs; Senior Superlative.

Marion Rogerson Aulander, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education Lanier Society. 1, 2. 3, 4: Y,W.C.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4: Future Teachers of .\merica. 4; Women's Chorus, 1, 2, 3. 4; Association for Childhood Education, 1, 2. 3, 4: Y.W.A.. 3. 4.

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First Row: Helen E. Roper Swan Qh^'^

Ouaijteiij^Ml:^!./ ^JvJarv Ell

Egbert T. Rouse .

Second Row: EN Saw^'ER Jamesville, N. C.

\ English and Science

lub. 1, 2, 4; College Orchestra. 3. 4; Teco Echo Staff, 3. 4; Secretary of Jarvis Hall, 4; Foe Society, 2, 3. 4;

Y.MX.A., 1, 2, 3; A Capi

2, 3, 4, Tecoan Representa

3, 4; English Club. 1; \: versify of Hawaii. 1!14.^).

Duke i:nivcrsit^<^i r^u^yi-^i^S^^' JLeE^Co

OTT Lucama, N. C.

__^ Home Economics and Social Science

Museum Club. 3. 4; Poe Society. 1, 2. 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 1. 2. 3, 4; National Home Economics Association, 4.

Alba Rowland Kittrell, N. C.

Mrs. Leona Keene Sexton Newton Grove, N. C.

Home Economics and Science

Shirley Savage Greenville, N. C.

Giammar Grade Education Cla.ss Vice-President. 2; Alumni Daughters and Sons Club. 1, 2. ;i, 4: Poe Society. 2. 3. 4. Marshal, 4; Future Teachers of America. 2. .1. 4. ^r.^, c, ,,^ ci r-L tvt r-

Teco Echo Representative, 4; Secretary and Treasurer of Day Student tDNA SHARPE Elm City, JN. C.

Committee, 4. History and French

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Fhsl Row: Anne Shearin Rocky Mount,

N. C.

Primary Educa liaptist Student Union Smaller Council. 2, 3, 4. Poster Chairman, 2, Young Women's Auxiliary Presi- dent, 3, Social Vice-President. 4. President. Summer. .4.5: Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2, 3; Big Sister. 2, 3; Association for Childhood Education. 1. 2, 3, 4.

Margaret Shields New Bern, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Chi Pi Players. 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer and Chairman of Ticket Sales. 2. Vice-President. 3. President and Chairman of Costumes and Student Director. 4; Poe Society. 1. 2. 3. 4; Science Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; Student Cooperative Council, 4,

Second Row: Delia Ann Slater Greenville, N. C.

Business Kducatioii and Social Science W.A.A., 1; Comiiierie Club. L', 3. 4; Secretary and Treasurer of Day Student Committee. 2; Alpha Alpha Sigma. 2. 3. I. President. 4; Emerson Society. 3. 4; International Relations Club. 4; Jarvis Foren- sic Club, 4; Student Cooperative Council. 4.

Beth Smith Fuquay Springs, N. C

Home Economics and Science

Third Row: Henry Speight Greenville, N. C.

English and History Atlantic Christian College, 1, 2; International Rela- tions Club, 3, 4; Museum Club. 3. Science Club, 3; Y.M.C.A., 3: Poe Society, 3, 4.

Doris Cline Stafford. .South Mills, N. C.

nd So

iai Science

merslon Society.

Alpha Sigma. 4; Social

Bridgewater College, 1 : English Club. 3, 4; Alphi Committee. 3; Baptist Student Union Council. President of Training Union, 2. Reporter and Repre- sentative. 4: Associate Business Manager of Teco Echo, 2. 3, 4; Student Cooperative Council, Summer,

Fourth Row: Vista Grey Stephens . . Lumberton, N. C.

W.A.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; nomics Club. 1. 2. Sister. 2. 3; Baptist Stu Young Women's Auxiliary.

omics and Scien e Society. 2, 3. 4; Y.W.C.A.. 1

Emma Leigh Strange. . . .Louisburg, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education Louisburg College. 1: Y.W.C.A.. 2. 3. 4; Association for Cliildbood Education. 3. 4; Big Sister. 3. 4: Baptist Student Union Council. 4; Future Teachers of America. 4; "Y" Choir, 2.






F/rsf Row. Doris Strange

Home Economics and Sc l.ouisbuis Collesc 1; Bij; Sister, 3, 4: Home Ec(iii

Alice Sumrell. Harbinger, N. C.

Kre;icli and Social Sci(

Dorcas Sumrell Ayden, N. C.

Science and Social Science V.W.C.V.. 1. 2. 3, 4; Science Club. 3, 4: As.soriation for CliildliiKjd Kiiucat.oii. I. 2; l.iinier Society. I. 2. 3: W.A.A., 2, 3. 4; House and Cnjunds Coiiimittee, 4; Bis Sister. 2. 3.

Lucille Tharrington Inez, N. C.

Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: National Home Economics Associa- tion. 4; Science Club, 4; Y.W.C.A.. 1. 2. 3. 4; Big Sister. 2. 3; Y.W.A.. 1. 2, 3; Baptist Student Union Greater Council, I, 2, 3. 4.

S0^^\ Second Row: MiMi Ts^^^"!i^^ Greenville, N. C.

^ glish and Music

Xifflf^.^^Skis. 4; Orchestra. 3: Future Teachers of America. : J^iisemble. 3. 4 ; Emerson Society. 4.

William Tucker Greenville, N. C.

Engli.sh and Science Day Student Council. 3. 4; Chi I'i Players. 1. 2. 3. 4; Hand, I. 2; Senior .'Superlative.

Frances M. Turner Sharpsburg, N. C.

Cramniar Grade Education Flemins Hiiuse Ciimmittee. 4; Women's Judiciary. Summer, 'lii; P'uture Teaclicrs of ,\merica. 3. 4; Lanier Society. 4.

Ruby Wanda Tyndall Pink Hill, N. C.

Music and French Methodist Student A.ssociation, 1. 2. 3. 4. Delesate to Student Con- ference, 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 Choir. 1. 2. 3; Young Democrats Club. 2; Swing Band. 4; Woman's College, Sununer, '44.

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First Row: Doris Evelyn Walker. .. .Currie, N. C.

Flcira Macdonald Ciillefre. 1. 2; Hiirnc Kcfiiioriiics Clul). 3, 1; Kinersdii Society, 3. 1: V.W.C.A.. 3. i.

Mary Ann Watkins Oxford, N. C.

Business Education and Pliysical Education

Second Row: James Lee West Yadkinville, N. C.

History and Pliysical Education Appalacliian State Teacliers College, 1, 2, 3; Veterans Club. 4; International Relations Club, 1,

Dorothy Wheeler Benson, N. C.

Home Economics and Social Science Science Club. 1. 2; Home Economics Club, 1. 2; V,W.C.A.. 1, 2. 3, 4; International Relations Club, 3: Lanier Society, 3, 4; National Home Economics Association, 4; Big Sister, 3.

Third Row: Dallas Whitford Greenville, N. C.

History and Mathematics

Elizabeth Hardee Dunn, N. C.

riiysical Education and Business Education

Fourth Row: Frances White Colerain, N. C.

Grammar Grade Education Lanier Society. 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A.. 1, 2; Big Sister, 2,

Iris White Plymouth, N. C.

History and Science RITH BAKER DOROTHY Ft.

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Margaret White Norlina, N. Vl. ^y VpR^cdsl Anne Williams Prospect Hill, N. C.

Primary Education \ \ ///]^^^ \ ] | Home Economics and Social Science

Louisburg College, 1; Poe S 2; Women's Chorus, 2, 3, 2, 4; Future Teachers of

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3, 4; Association for Cliildliood Educatioi(,\ ^'// WWlii- -. f America, 4. \\ );/ ipSYSiste

Carl Whitehurst Greenville, N. C

Business Education and Music Education

s Club, 1. 2, 3. 4; y.W.C.A., 1. 2. 3, 4; Alplia Alpha i. 4; Lanier Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Jarvis Forensic Club. 2; - 3; W.A.A., 1, 2; Baptist Student Union, 2; College ican Home Economics Association, 4.

J^^H C. Williams Greenville, N. C,

Education and Hii

Earline Whitehurst Elizabeth City, N. C.

Enslisli and Social Science

Nell Winfield Washington, N. C.

Business Education and Social Science

Henry Willev

History and Science

Olive Woody Graham, N. C.

Primary Education

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Ka^rVn YouNcn Boone, N. C.

( \ 1 , Pliysieal Education and Science

Mary Elizabfth WnoTrx Snow Hill, N. C.

Archibald Yow Henderson, N. C.

Emerson Societv i Council, 3. ^. Sr. I, ,1 Delegate to Stiidvni ; . ^,-

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Sister. 2. 3. 4; W.A.A.. Manager of Teco Echo, Summer, ..

I and Social Science (A., 1, 2, 3. 4; Student Cooperative :iirrnan of Handbook Committee, 4; I Raleigh. 4; International Relations I; Commerce Club. 1, 2, .1. 4; Big isory Board, 4; Associate Business ; Business Manager of Teco Echo,

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This is an honor Seniors dream of. Hard work and effort is the price to pay for this honor, and these students have every right to be proud of their achievement.

First Roic: Carlaii F. Bailey, June Best Brandenburg, Mary Cameron Dixon, Margaret Hall. Second Rote: Betsy Hellen. Nora Lee Hinnant. Everett Hudson, Harry Jarvis. Third Rote: Sally Margaret Johnston, Douglas Jones, Joseph Lassiter, Mary Hales Lee. Fourth Rote: Mary Thayne Massengill, Onielia Monroe, Jean Roberson. Mary Elizabeth Woolen. Fifth Row: Florence A. Davenport.

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Only one more year and Me, too, will be sophisti- cated. It doesn't seem as if it has been three years since we were just foolish freshmen, but it has, and we're proud of having "stuck it out." Just give us one more year. We'll show you we can do it too.

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Camilla Selby Secretary

Annie Thompson Gates Treasurer

Nell Battle President

Christine Grey Vice-President






Third Row: Dorothy Bennett, Hubert B. Bergeron, Annie Maude Bivins, Marjorie Blanchard, Christine Bowen.

Fourth Row: Edith Bowles, Edward B. Bright, Doris H. Brown, Helen Brown, James E. Bullock.

Fifth Row: Marion Burton, Ruth Carroll, Elizabeth Carter, Ella Cashwell, Annie Thompson Cates.

Sixth Row: Louise Caviness, Amos O. Clark, Francis M. Coiner, Betty Cole, Evelyn Collins.

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Fin I Row: Sue Gotten, Mrs. Ann Satter- white Cottrell, Anne Cox, Jean Cox, Paul Craver.

Second Row: Josephine Creech, Mary Lou Daniel, Gordon Davis, Doris Dawson, Catherine Dexter.

Third Row: Margaret Dickens, Nancy Dilday, Agnes Dillingham, Tilly Eakes, Marian Early.

Fourth Row: Geraldine Edwards, Edna Eld- ridge, Lois Ellenbury, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Nell Rose Ellis.

Fifth Row: Alma Ruth English, Sophie Fischel, Leon Fleming, Kathleen Floyd, Jean Fodrie.

Sixth Row: Corrina Forlines, James R. Franck, in, Frances Gardner, Marie Gen- try, Katherine Gibson.

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Rose G'bhkWChriAtir Mildred XcW^^Pi: Gurley, K^Uz/e

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Thelma Hardison, Helen Hardy,

Miriam Harper, Hazel Harris,

Rachel Harris.

Thmi Row: Annie Wray Hatley, Martha Ferris Helms, Juanita Herring, Winnie Eleanor Herring, Vir- ginia Hinson.

Fourth Row: Peggy Honeycutt, Mary Humph- rey, George E. Jackson, Kenneth James, Elsie Jenkins.

Fif/h Row: Henry Bernice Jenkins, Suzanne Jernigan, Geraldine Johnson, Ruth Johnson, Alma Lee Jones.

S/x/h Row: Jewel Jones, Norwood E. Jones, Thelma Jones, Josie Joyner, Elsie Kilby.

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First Row: Jack Kimbrell, Doris King, Georgia King, Arline Koonce, Ruth Krank.

Second Row: Thomas G. Larkins, Ruth Muriel Lassiter, Rachel Lee, Rena Lowery, Betty Sue McGee.

Third Row: Betty McMahan, Audrey Mallard, Corinne Manning, Fred H. Mar- tin, Eleanor Mason.

Fourth Row: Marilynn Maxwell, Mattie Harris Mayo, Virginia Mayo, Beatrice Metcalf, Louise Mewbern.

Fifth Row: Robert Miller, Jr., Delia Jane Mobley, T. V. Moseley, Blanie A. Moye, Miriam Mumford.

Sixth Row: Lottie Murphy, Rebecca Murphy, Louise Oden, Helen Owen, Jeannette Parker.

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Second Row: Evelyn Peek, Bernese Pender, Sarah Pickett, Ozelle Pipkin, Rachel Pleasant.

Thhd Row: Mary Potter, Richard Lovell Powers, Otis Powell, Annette Pridgen, Patsy Pridgen.

Fonrib Row: Mildred Pruitt, Hilda Nell Quinn, Edward Reynolds, Isaac N. Reynolds. Hilda Gray Riley.

Fijth Row: Emily Roberson, Joyce Roberson. Roland Robertson, Mary Robin- son, Doris Jean Rountree.

Sixth Row: Betty Jean Saunders, Earl L. Sawyer, Charlie Scruggs, Annie Ruth Sealey, Barbara Selby.

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First Row: Camilla Selby, Gilbert Lee Shug- ar, Jake Smith, Miriam Smith, Cora Staley.

Second Row: Edith Starling, Daisy Steele, Clarke Stokes, Joyce Strickland, "Edith Sutton.

Third Row: Elizabeth Sutton, Frances Sutton, Lillian Talton, Fountain Taylor, Margaret E. Taylor.

Fourth Row: Mary Barden Taylor, Margery Lee Thomas, Marjorie Louise Thomas, La Verne Toler, Janice Trebuchon.

Fifth Row: Elizabeth Trippe, Marjorie Vau- ghan. Marguerite Ward, Annie Warren, Calvin Warren.

Sixth Row: Yvonne Waters, Retha Watts, Nell Marie Webster, Hennie Ruth Whichard, Mary Andrews Whichard.

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Juniors

Secotid Row: Alma Whitley, Ernestine Whit- ley, Marguerite Wiggins.

Third Row: Beaufort Williams, Ray Wooten,

Frank E. Young.

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Since we've been these Imo years, we have proved that we can go the next two. Just give ns time, Me'U show you. We've finished this business of being silly Sopho-

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Sophomore Class Officers

Marion Gray Ward Secretary

LiNwooD Bryan Vice-President

Rosalie Kearney President

Annie Lou Bobbitt Treasurer






First Row: A. J. Abdalla, Joseph Acree, Eleanor Elizabeth Alston, Jane Andrews, Enid Atkinson, Mary Lou Austin, Paula (Pie) Aycock, Richard J. Bailey, Doris Blanchard.

Second Row: Juanita Ballinger, Jacqueline Barnhill, June Bass, Mary Ann Bass, Ruth Bass, Louise Bateman, Etta Bazemore, Sarah Bazemore, Ann Beddard.

Third Row: Margaret Bickel, Hilda Blalock, Lucille Blalock, Annie Lou Bobbitt, Mildred Lee Bonner, Ruby Lee Bordeaux, Jean Bostian, Martha Bowen, Mary Leu Bowen.

Fonrlh Row: Fenner S. Boyd, Jr., Ophelia Boykin, Brownie Bradshaw, Virginia Brandon, Corrine Braswell, Ruby Braxton, Julia Bray, Frances E. Briley, James R. Briley.

Fijih Rotv: Carolyn Brown, Eleanor Brown, Ethleene Brown, Joseph C. Brown, Linwood S. Bryan, Ruth Buffaloe, Peggy Burney, Gladys Lois Butler, Grace Butler.

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f/>j/ Row: Mary Byrd, Rosemary Can- ady, Margaret Carr, Annie Ford Car- son, Margaret Lee Carledge.

Second Row: Ellen Joyce Clark, Virgil S. Clark, Emily Cocke, James Collins, James Corey.

Third Row: Marjorie Covington, Wil- liam E. Craft, Mary Credle, Colleen Currier, Shirley Currin.

Fourth Row: Ernestine Dail, Frances Daniels, Lovestine Daughtry, Helen Davenport, Horace Neal Davenport. .

Fifth Row: Joe Davenport, Bonnie Ruth Davis, Edna Davis, Jack R. Davis, Myrtle Davis.

Sixth Row: Rockie Lee Davis, Tom Davis, Foy Wray Dewar, Marilyn Dil- lard, Virginia Grace Dixon.

Seventh Row: Marjorie Donerson, Faye Duval, O. Bradley Eckhoff, Ruth Gray Edmundson, Emma Jean Edwards.

Eighth Rotv: Lucille Edwards, Sarah Lou Edwards, Lucia Elliott, Sarah Jean Ellis, Dorothy Ennis.

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First Row: Louise Enzor, Hazel Etheridge, Audrey Feezor, Alton Finch, John Davix Finch, Pattie Ann Flowers, Elvy K. Forrest, Louise Forrest, Kenneth Frazelle.

Second Row: Rachel Futrell, Grover Edward Garris, Helen Gaskins, Mary Alice Gay, Virginia Gaylord, Carol Gore, Emily Graham, Lucille Gray, R. Alton Gray.

Third Row: Billie Greene, Ruth L. Griffin, Hilda Grisson, Ralph Gurganus, Sallie Jo Gurganus, Emma Louise Gurley, Velma Rose Hardison, Lavina Harper, Wilma Harper.

Fourth Row: Dorothy Harris, Genora Jane Harris, Mary Ann Harris, Norman Harris, Vera Scott Harris, Ruby Hawkins, Margaret Heath, Gene Hedgepeth, Dean Herriott.

Yi]th Row: Lila Herring, Ruth Hobgood, Mrs. Gwen Holland, Thelma Howard, Margaret Howell, Edmund M. Howes, Robert A. Hunter, Edith Ipock, Polly Ingold, Benjamin W.

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Seco7id Row: Rosalie Kearney, Sophie Marie Kelly, Helen Kemp, Julian C. Knott, Irene Koonce.

Third Row: John Koonce, Jesse M. Lamm, Frances Lancaster, Sue Lanier, Catherine Lawyer.

Fourth Row: Lucy Layton, Christine Lilley, James T. Lockridge, Nina Ruth Long, Elizabeth Lowe.

Fifth Row: Patricia Lyon, Nell Mac- Donald, Elsie McLawhorn, Rageline McGranahan, Betty Magill.

Sixth Row: Edna Mangum, A. E. Man- ning, Lena Manning, Ruffin Manning, Lessie Mae Maready.

Seventh Row: Chris S. Maroules, Mar- ion Martin, Mary Matthews, Thomas S. Matthews, Jr., Lila Rose Melvin,

Eighth Row: Evelyn Mills, Mary Eliza- beth Mills, Esther Moore, Ruth Moore, Colleen Murray.

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rirsi Row: Doris Newson, Mary Elizabeth Nichols, Mildred Oakes, Jessie Rose Odum, Carol Parker, Ophelia Parker, Shirley Parker, Mildred Patrick, Virginia Partin.

Second Row: Gilbert Peele, Delia Frances Perr)', Janice Perry, Enid Petteway, Annie Maude Pickett, Sue Pitt, Marjorie Pollard, Neil! Posey, Dorothy G. Powell.

Thiiii Row: Hilda Lee Priest, Laura Lynn Raper, Barbara Redditt, Edith Rhodes, Helen Rich, Frances Ricks, Aubrey Rogers, John L. Roberson, Mary F. Robertson.

Fourth Rou: Marie Rouse, Mary Rouse, Robert Russe, Leslie Earl Sadler, Betty Lou Saieed, Anne Sasser, Edna Sawyer, Elizabeth Sawyer, Julia Senter.

Fifth Row: Evelyn Sermons, Amos R. Sexton, Mae Sheppard, David Harold Smith, Dean Smith. James C. Smith, Lou Smith, Margaret Smith, Ulma Smith.

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Firs/ Row: Mary Speight, Edna Mae Squires, Ruth Stevens, Bernice Stone, Blonnie Stott.

Second Row: Barbara Stoval, Anita Sutton, Geraldine Swindell, Helen Sykes, Mary Grace Taylor.

Third Row: Ruth Taylor, Joe R. Tew, Dorothy Thomas, Frostie Thompson, Bernice Turner.

Fourth Row: Hortense Tyndall, Ray- mond Uzzell, Joyce Vail, Dorothy Gray Ward, Marian Grey Ward.

Fifth Row: Willie H. Warner, Ernes- tine Warren, Doris Warren, Maxie Warren, Sue Weathers.

Sixth Row: Helen West, Mary Weston, Bob Whichard, Howard Whitehurst, Mary Evelyn Williams.

Seventh Row: Mary -Grace Williams, Ola Williams, Nancy Willson, Rich- ard C Wilson, Helen Winslow.

Eighth Row: Joanne Winslow, Anne Winstead, Elizabeth Womble, Jerome R. Worsley, Joyce Younce, John M. Young.

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"...Time lJaU|:|e

This one year has tohl iis one thing and that is that we have the abihty to do the work. We've learned the ropes the hard way. but, as they say, experience is the best teacher.

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Freshman Class Officers

Jane Smith Secietaiy

William Kjttrell Vke-President

Not Pictured:

Sidney Riddick Treasurer

John Currin President






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ThiiJ Row: Marvin L. Baker, J. D. Baldree, Fan Hope Balick, Sidney E. Barnes, Arthur D. Barn- hill, Otha A. Barnhill.

Fourth Row: Dennis B. Basnight, Garrell E. Bass, Blanche Batchelor, Allen H. Bateman, Thomas Vic- tor Bell, Jerry O. Bennett, Jr.

F/ftb Row: William Berry, Myra Best, Curtis D. Blake, Thomas Booth, Henry D. Borneman, Ed- mund Boyd.

Six/h Row: Jean Boyd, Lida Mae Boykin, Mary Elizabeth Boykin, Thomas C. Boykin, Roland Clifton Braswell, William Bright.

Sereiilh Row: Virginia Brooks, Charles Brown, Coy Brown, Joe E. Brown, Hilton G. Browney, Rupert Browning.

Eighth Roil': Janette Brumsey, William Earl Bryant, Maurice T. Bunch, Cecil Byrd, Aimeul H. Casey, Paul M. Casey.

Ninth Row: Thomas Edward Casey, James M. Cash, Wil- liam F. Cherry, Robert B. Chinnis, Charles G. Clark, Milton Clark.

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Thhd Row: Stanley Dail, Leroy Farrell, Andrew R. Gar- cia, Vestal Fulp, Bill Pulp, Jimmy Fryar.

Fo/n/h Row: Gerald Frazelle, Roscoe Frazelle, William Fort, Nicholas Fokakis, Thomas Flythe, Rachel Floyd.

Fifth Roiv: Francis Flow, Robert E. Fite, Mansfield Fischel, Frances Fischel, Glenna Finch, Mil- ton Fields.

Sixth Row: Ellie Fearing, William Exum, Myron Ever- ton, Jack Everton, Pete Everett, Claudia Eure.

Seventh Row: Howard Etheridge, H. V. Elks, Jr., Garlan Edwards, E. H. Edwards, Georgie Edmund- son, William Thomas Earley, Jr.

Eighth Row: William Durham, Robert E. Dumming, Ruth Doughtie, Jerold Dixon, Maynard Dean, Phipps Dean.

Ninth Row: William B. Davis, Robert Davis, Ralph Da- vis, Graham Davis, Redwan E. David, Edythe Grace Daniel.

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Mercer Grant, Baxter F. Gregory, Thomas R. Griffin,

ufiir'ie.

Third Row: Janie Louise Haislip, William L. Hales, Eugene Hall, William H. Hall, Jean Hamil- ton, Milon J. Hamilton.

Voiirth Row: Paul Hansell, Mary Ann Happer, Arthur Lee Hardee, Ethel V. Hare, Roderick Har- rell, Claude W. Harris.

F}jth Roll- Jesse P. T. Harris, Wilbur Harris, Ben S. Hayes, Wanda Rose Haynes, Oliver P. Hedgepeth, Robert Hedspeth.

Sixth Row: William T. Height, Kenneth Herndon, Jose- phine Herring, George T. High, Cecil Hill, Garland E. Hill.

Sereii/h Row: Morris Hill, Myron Hill, Barbara Hitchcock, Robert T. Hokum, James E. Holland, Jr., Ruth Holliday.

Eighth Row: Richard D. Holloman, Pattie Houston, Charles J. Howard, Clyde Milton Howard, Jesse Howard, Rufus D. Howard.

Ninth Row: Earl Carlton Huband, Jr., Clifford Craven Hughes, Talton H. Hughes, Dan Hunt, Myra Webb Hunt, Ernest Roger Ipock.

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J. C. Jacocks.^frob^rt f^asseA^es, James E. Jarvis, Ancii^^l^ei^s, Evtlyn Jenkins, Sterling Johrtstoh. ./^\

Steven Johnsto

Sammie Jones, rV^rnoii Artftu Jordan. ^\ j^^ ^-

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Jones, Alice

Third Row: Virginia Joyce, George Kessler, Robert J. Kimley, Paul H. King, Jr., Ralph King, Qrl L. Kinlaw.

Fourth Row: Bill Kittrell, Mary Lou Knight, Warren Koonce, Margie Lamm, Laurie M. Lancaster, Putt Landing, Jr.

Fifth Row: Chester L. Langley, George Lassiter, Charles O. Lee, Earl B. Lee, R. B. Lee, Alameta Leg- gett.

Sixth Row: Amos Leggett, Coye Lewis, Jane Lewis, John W. Liles, C. M. Link, Mack Little.

Seventh Rotv: Ray Long, Exave M. Lupton, Howard R. Lupton, Joseph R. Lynch, Robert McClaren, Lois McCormick.

Eighth Roil': Jessie L. McDaniel, Elizabeth McDonald, C. O. McMullan, Gibbon E. McNeely, C. E. Mangum, Zack Manning.

N tilth Row: Benjamin J. Martindale, E. Hoyt Medlin, Ray Mercer, Robert Eugene Midyette, Alice Mitchell, James E. Montague.

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Third Row: Frances Nash, Samuel G. Nelms, Luther S. Nelson, Edward L. Newton, Howard New- ten, Eugene O'Neal.

Fourth Row: Joan Oppelt, Bob Ostrander, Mary Frances Owen, Lorene Owens, Esther Parker, Gil- liam L. Parker, Jr.

Fiflh Row: Myrtle Parker, Betsy Ross Parkerson, Addie B. Parnell, James Clifton Payne, Collins Peel. Mack Peel, Jr.

Sixth Row: Willard V. Pendleton, A. H. Perry, Clark Perry, Paul L. Perryman, Jr., Lewellyn Phil- lips, Carolyn Pippin.

Seventh Row: Claude Plyler, Brian Porter, Jahn Pournaras, Buck Pridgen, Louise Pridgen, Grover C. Price.

Eighth Row: Marvin L. Price, Christine Radford, Evelyn Rasberry, Milton Raynor, Jr., John E. Rea, Linda Renfrew.

Ninth Row: Winfred H. Richardson, Richard S. Ricks, E. L. Riddick, Sidney W. Riddick, Gloria Riggan, Jay Richard Roberson.

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Leonard M. , Joseph William

Third Row: Doris Simpkins, Joseph B. Slaughter, Mar- vin Slaughter, Jr., Jane Smith, John Smith, Leland L. Smith.

Fourth Row: Wilton Smith, Elbert W. Spear, Joseph C. Speight, Robert S. Stallings, James C. Steed,'

Peggy Steed.

Fifth Row: Lola Stephenson, John Stoffel, William Stub- len, Hilton G. Styron, Louise Sugg, Hugh Ivy Sutton, Jr.

Sixth Row: William E. Sutton, Gladys Talley, Alfred F. Talton, Louie Tartarski, Herbert A. Taylor, Paul M. Taylor.

Sei'eiith Row: Doris Teachy, Stan Terrill, Alton H. Thig- pen, John P. Thomas, Marjorie Thompson, Lester A. Tilley.

Eighth Row: Alvin Toler, Frank Toothman, Joe Trotman, Florence Tucker, Agnes Turnage, Paul T. Upchurch.

Ninth Row: Mary Davis Vann, Calvin Venters, N. C. Wall, Alexander Wallace, Jr., Paul A. Wal- ters, Jr., Millard N. Ward.

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/e^n, Margaret <J'jtfierThgton, Robert Wheel^, Eric Which- (i, iZ5dir F. White.

Tb/ni Rote: Dorothy Ann Whitfield, Janell Whitehurst, Martha Whitehurst, Virginia Whitehurst, Claude B. Whitley, Abner WiUiams.

Fourth Row: Edith WilHams, Isaac Williams, Laura Wil- liamson, L. M. Williford, Carroll Wilson, R. L. Wilson, Jr.

Fijih Row: William D. Windley, Frank Winsette, Johnny Winston, George Wood, Grover C. Wood, Jr., J. D. Woodlief.

Sixth Row: Wade L. Wordley, Jr., Cal A. Wray, John P. Wyatt, Dillon Wynne, George E. Wynne, Bernard B. York.

Seventh Row: John D. Zeh, Happy Bailey.

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Graduates

MiliJed ' r^^rtwv' Prc-.uicnt; Dorothy Hope' Lewis, iSp.cretac^;-aWd Tre;is6rer.

Second Row: J. C. Shepherd, On Campus Representative; Ida F. Davis.

Third Row: Aldine Barnhill ; Dwayne Thompson.

Fourth Row: Florence Mary Hunter.

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\_^UTSIDE interests are a part of every good student's schedule. Clubs, their initiations, student government, and publications, all are worth while and interesting. They certainly help to fit the student for his life work.






Fir.l Rolr: Bcrnire Jenkins. <;,oreia King. Frc.l Martin. Mar> Elizal.. ih W o.it.n. Dorothy Powell. Second Rotf: Mary Cameron Dixon. Margaret Hall. Frank Coiner, Paul Craver. Nell Battle. Frances Bass, Mary Hales Lee. Third Roie: Dr. Flanagan. Jack Davis, Helen lones, Annie Belle Johnson, Henry Harris, Nell Perry, Ruth Muriel Lassiter. FourlA Roui: Alta Lawson, Audrey May, Hannah R, Humbles, Cora Bond, Delia Slater, Myra Hunt, Dorothy Bennett. Fifth Boir: Frances Merritt. Kay Mann. Jean Anderson. Sixth Rau' : Harry Jarvis, Betty Jovee Kinlaw, Aldine Early, Rachel Pleasant, Daisy Steele, ISell Rose Ellis,

Student Cooperative Government Rssociation

Under the leadership of Fred Martin, the Student Cooperative Council has done a fine job of handling student affairs this year. It has been very progressive in its undertakings. A committee from this group has been appointed to rewrite the Constitution of the S?C?G?A? and this will go into effect next fall. Give this group credit for work well done.

FRED MARTIN. President

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This is the group that has done such a good job of handhng the disci- phnary cases of the women students this year. Theirs is not an easy task, but they do their best to administer justice.

ITIen's Judiciary

UUomen's Judiciary

This group has as its problem to keep the men students on the straight and narrow path. They, unlike the Women's Judiciary, have no regular meeting time. They only meet to try cases as they arise.

CORDON DAVIS, PretidenI

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BUDGET COMMITTEE Adams; llinr) Harris; J re; Edna Hodges.

ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE Seated; June Bass: Miss Caldwell Dr. MrCinnis. Slanding: Mirian Harper: Jean Itoberson ; Miss Austin Chairman.

man ; Frances Bass.

STflnomG commiTTEES

SOCIAL COMMITTEE Hinnie Ruth Whichard : Dr. Hay Margery Thomas.

HOISE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE

POINT SYSTEM COMMITTEE Ralph Gurganus: Jean Anderson Aha Lawson. Chairman ; Miss Crigsby

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An active, hard-working organization is this club. Organized during the school year of 1945-46 it has shown what a cooperative spirit among members can do. Immediately after receiving its charter the club started an athletic scholarship for this school. To insure funds for this scholar- ship this year, the boys put on with the aid of Mr. Eli Bloom a minstrel composed of campus talent. This was the highlight of the club's program for the year. It is an up and coming organi-

VETERflD'S CLUB

First Row: Joe Williams, Fred Martin, Henry Harris. Second Row: Jack Howard, J. D. Baldree, Jaek Davis, Gilbert Shugar, Joe Brown, Harry Jarvis, J. C. Sheppcrd. Third Row: Milton Fields. Eugene O'Neal, Paul Craver, Frank Coiner, Dr. Adams. Fourth Ron: Howard Etheridge, An- drew Careia. Cradv, Keith Kilpatrirk. E. L. Kilpatriek, Alton Buck. Fifth Row: Jesse Lamm, Bob Chinnis. P. T. Upchurch, Sidney Riddick.

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Outstanding work has been done by this organization this year. In cooperation with the Y. M. C. A., they sponsored vesper programs every Friday and Sunday evenings and chapel services once a week. The Freshman "Y" is a very important part of the association, having its own officers. This group aids fresh- men in getting adjusted to campus life.

First Row: Mas Shepherd, Edilh Rhodes, Graee Buller. Rena Lowery, Dorothy Bcnnell, Marian Cray Ward. Christine Cray, Addie Parnell, Marjorie Thonip- son. Second Row: Annie Blanche Johnson, Mary Elizabeth Wooten. Edna Hodges, Lena Manning, Mary Lou Austin, Ruth Johnson. Camilla Selby. Third Row: lleKn Gaskins. Louise Sugg. Margaret Bickel. Sallv M. Johnston. Myrtle Davis. Ruby Mac Jones. Louise Edwards.

UMELLi MONROE, President

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To help supply the spiritual need of the men on the campus is the aim of the Y. M. C. A. This international organization organized a new branch at this college with the reappearance of men students, and it shows signs of becoming one of the most outstanding and active groups on the campus.

PAUL CRAVER, Pn

Y. m. C. R.

Ftrsl Roui: Paul Cravcr, Sullivan Nelson, Ralph Gurganns. Second Rote: Henry Harris, Joe Williams. Jack Davis, James Briley. Third Rout Joe Brown, Eugene O'Neal, Jack Howard, William Sullon, Howard Newton. Fourth Rou,: William Boykin, Howard Hcride, Fred Martin, Milton Fields.

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The College Band

This organization acquired a new and very capable leader this year in Mr. Carter. The band nearly doubled in size due to the increase of men students on the campus. At the football games this year the band displayed their newly acquired ability to march in formation.

The

UDomen's

Chorus

Under the direction of Mr. Vorn- holt the Women's Chorus was very outstanding this year. They gave a beautiful Christmas pro- gram and appeared on the air on the college radio hour.

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The Collegians

Under the leadership of Mr. Carter, these selected few from the college band made up a very popular dance orchestra. They have played for college dances and over the radio for the weekly college hour.

The College Choir

This year saw a big increase in the size of the college choir. Under Dr. Gilbert's capable leadership they have done a wonderful job.






Leaders

These Presidents of departmental clubs and organizations receive much credit from us for the splendid work they and their clubs have done this school year. Theirs is a hard job, and they should feel very proud of their work.

E. C. T. C.

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Phi Sigma Pi

This honorary fraternity for the men students on the campus has as its purpose, knowledge, training and fellowship. Good moral and social qualities are the basis for admittance.

First Row: Harry Jarvis, President; Frank Calncr; Kenneth Frazclle; Berniee Jenkins; J. C. Shephard ; Ola Forest. Second Row: Robert Morgan; Garlan Bailey; Cordon Davis; Calvin Warren; Ralph

Beta Kappa Chapter

of

Pi Omega Pi

An honorary fraternity for Business Educa- tion majors which requires its students to be of superior standing in ten semester hours of business education and thirty hours of college credit is this organization.

Sitting: Miss Dempscy, Mildred Pr' Bennett, Edna Hodges, Cora Bond, Miss Ellis. Standing: Miss Lowe, Lois Johnson, Mattie Harris Mayo, Kay Joyce Kinlaw, Hennie Ruth Whichard, Humbles.

oward, Ruth llann, Betty lannah Ruth

RIpha RIpha Sigma

To promote research, service, and leader- ship is the purpose of this Social Science Fraternity.

First Row: Catherine Dexter, Katherine Lawyer, Myrtle Paul, Delia Slater, Rena Averett, Mary E. Wooten, Dorothy Jones. Second Row: Iris White, Gladys Talley, Doris Stafford, Florence Davenport, Nell Rose Ellis. Frances Anne Williams, Martha Bland. Third Row: Helen Winslow.

Phi Sigma Chapter

of

Sigma Pi RIpha

This foreign language fraternity has as its aims, strength, permanency, and ac- complishment. The members work hard to familiarize themselves with the various customs of France, Spain, and Germany.

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MJHaa na

Rrt Club

Can you draw? Paint? Then join us. We have fun through guidance. This is the club for the artists on the campus.

Miller Parker, Treas Lassitcr. President; Lane. Seeund Rule: Ruth L'an^don ; Mi;

1; Annie Doris Heath; Annie er; James Jarvis; Ruth Muriel ercedes Ange. Secrelarv ; Miss Dseph Trotman; Ginna Jovee ; Hudson; Helen West; Paul

Home Economics Club

Its motto, "Serving our community, our school, and our families", speaks loudly for this large club on the campus. This club is very active through its monthly meetings which consists of informative programs along with recreational activi- ties.

First Row: Hazel Kirby : Lou Itec Cantrcll ; Helen Jones; Rena Averetl; Dorothy B. Jones; Margaret Albrilton; Myrtle Davis, Treasurer; Thelma Dildar; Helen Caskins; Audrey May. President; Mrs. Leona Keene Sexton; Catherine Dexter; Lavina Harper; Sarah Lou Edwards. Second Row; Frances Lewis; Leyta Taylor; Ruby Lee Seott ; Jean R. Brown; Ruth Moore: Myrtle Parker; Billic Perry; Audrey Fcezor; Doris Strange; Nell Perry; Ruth Lassiter ; Frances Anne Williams; Delia Evans. Third Row: Elizabeth \(onible; Carol Gore; Alta Lawson ; Beaufort W il- liains; Lois McCormick: Bernice Stone; Marjorie Thompson; Rachel Floyd; Joyce Forrest; Virginia Brandon; Louise Enzor ; Frances Bass; Louise easi- ness. Fourth Row: Esther Parker; Margaret Dick- ens: Annie Wray Hatlcy; Arline Koonee ; Doris Walker: Gcnora Harris; Velna Collins: Maxine Anderson: Frances Nash; Laura Williamson; Rose Haynes; Ophelia Dirvcn ; Lewellyn Phillips; Pat Wallace.

Science Club

Just because you aren't a Science major doesn't mean you can't be a member of the Science Club. If you have a genuine interest in Science you are eligible. This is the club that deals wfth the wonders of the world.

first oic: Robert Morgan; Helen Hardy; Christine Gray; Joe Venters; Clara Crabtree; Lucia Elliott; Josie Joyner; Billie Perry; Doris Strange: Lola Beacham ; Bernice Turner. Second Row: Mrs. Picklesimer; Esther Hines ; Sidney Barnes; Frances Bass, President; Hazel Harris; Miss Wilton; Florence Hunter; Floyd Collins; Morris Hill; Mary Ellen Sawyer; Alton Gray; Dorcas Summeral ;

Mr. Derrick; Frank Toothn

Dan Hunt; Dr.

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Rlumni

Daughters and

Sons Club

To increase loyalty to its Alma Mater is the purpose of this organization. If your mother or father attended this school, why don't you join?

Jarvis Forensic Club

Like to talk ? Then say it where it counts ! This club gives experience in debating and other phases of public speaking. An interest in this is the only requisite for membership.

Standing: John Pournaras. Seated at Desk: Robert Russ, President. Seated, First Row: Mildred Pruitt. Seeretary and Treasurer; Delia Slater; Julia Bray; Edward Bright. Viee-President ; Sue Cof.cn. Second Row: Garland Hill; Dr. Posey; Elizabeth Trippc.

Chi Pi Players

To promote interest in drama in all its phases is the desire of this club. To join this club you must have a "5" average; you must have been at E. C. T. C. at least one quarter; and you must have been success- ful in tryouts held by the club or have shown ability in lighting, costuming, or some phase of dramatics.

Sealed: Emily Greene; Cha Audrey Mav, Seeretary ; Jue 1 Emily Graham; Ruth Krank ; Stephenson; Patsy Pridgen.

Aubrey Rogers ; Lola

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International Relations Club

Promotion of a greater democracy and world peace through a better knowledge of world affairs is our aim. A schedule of interesting programs has helped to make us cognizant of our part in this undertak- ing.

First Row: Delia SUler ; Helen Winslow ; Mary E. VooK-n; Gordon Davis; Louise Mewbern. Second Row: Margery Thomas; Suzanne Jernigan ; Isaae Reynolds; Marguerite Wiggins; Agnes Dillingham. Third Row: Margaret Holt; Nell Rose Ellis; Ray- onell Bailey; Doris Teaehey ; Elizabeth MacDonald. Fourth Row: Pat Wallaee; Margaret Biekel ; Cath- erine Lawyer; Billie Greene; Rose Graham. Fifth Row: Mr. Marshall; Dr. Toll; Dr. Frank; Lola Stephenson. Sixth Row: Mrs. Nell Barnhill, Presi- dent; Jack Kimball. Vice-President.

Association for Childhood Education

This organization which has as its aim to work for the betterment of early child- hood education is open for membership to any student majoring in Primary or Grammar Grade Education.

First Roic: Marion Early, Secretary and Treasurer; Bertha Edmundson, Second Vice-President; Frances Merritt, President; Melba Garner, Vice-President; Cornelia Mattocks, Third Vice-President; Sue Mc Gee. Corresponding Secretary. Second Row: Emma Leigh Strange; Annie Lou Bobbitt ; Lottie Murphey ; Helen Davenport; Mary Lou Daniels; Hazel Belche; Marian Ward; Margaret Lewis. Third Row: Eliza- beth Sutton; Ann Smith; Olive Woody; Hilda Riley; Mary Lou Bowen ; Ruth Edmundson; Margaret White. Fourth Row: Marietta Whitedd; Ellen Clark; Colleen King; Johnnie McLellen ; Margery Lee Thomas; Mildred Griggs. Fifth Row: Marjorie Thomas; Dorothy Cothran ; Ruth Lancaster; Mar- jorie Blanehard.

Future Teachers of Rmerica

To acquaint future teachers with the ethics, history, and programs of the national and state teacher associations is the purpose of this club. It is the only club on the campus open to all prospective teachers.

First Row: Catherine Charles; Louise Forrest, President; Howard Whitehurst. Vice-President; Ruth Langley. Second Koic; Suzanne Jemigan; Corrinc Braswell; Mary Credle ; Margaret 'Wiggins; Edith ""'" Marion Gray Ward; Ellen Clark; Mary

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rriathematics Club

This club is one of the oldest on the campus. Its purpose is to help the student learn to appreciate the wonders and great- ness of mathematics. It's open to all majors in Math with an average of a "3".

First Roio: Elaine Forrest; Rebceea Kirkland, Vice- President; Lois Howard, President; Dorothy Ben- nett; Betty Cole; Dr. K. E. Brown. Second Row Corrine Manning; Frostic Thompson; Ruth Baker Nell Marie Webster: Georgia King. Third Rou, Gilbert Shugar ; Alton Gray; Rebecea Murphy;

Commerce Club

One of the largest clubs on the campus is this one. The programs of this club consist of recreational activities and talks that will be helpful to a student after graduation.

First Rou: Billie Greene; Frances Daniels; Jean Bostian; Julia Bray; Frostie Thompson; Mary Robcrson; Hennie Ruth Whiehard ; Nell White- hurst; Ophelia Boykin ; Lovestine Daughtry. Second Row: Nina Ruth Long; Ruth Johnson; Edythe Grace Daniel; Betsy Alston; EIna Mae Mangum ; Edna Hodges; Estcll Jernigan ; Eleanor Mason; Edna Eldridge; Margaret Carr ; Margaret Hall; Miss Ellis. TUrd Row: Robert Hokum; Dr. Browning; Mr. Cameron; Isaac N. Reynolds; Dorothy Ennis ; Lois Howard; Elizabeth Lowe; Esther Moore; Lynn Raper; Mary Moye; Hortense Tyndall ; Willie War- ner; Cecil Murphy; George Morris. Fourth Row: Julian R. Murphy; Paul R. Morris; Jack Howard; Aldine Barnhill; Marshall Scruggs; Anne Beasley ; Mary Matthews; Mary E. W ooten ; Paul Craver ; Belvin Beck; Maynard Dean; Carl Kinlaw ; John Pournaras. Fifth Row: Hilton Styron ; Warren Koonee; Gerald Frazelle; Douglas Amrrson; Leiand Smith; Carl T. Cox; Doris Willard ; June Best Brandenburg; Cora Bond; Louise Edwards; Louise Bateman; Mary Lou Knight. Sixth Row: Eugene Hall; Howard Etheridge; Earl Lee; Joe Lynch; Wade Woodley ; John Turnage ; Warren Jarvis; Brian Porter; J. D. Woodlief ; J. D. Baldree ; Kenneth Herndon: Franklin P. Thompson; Howard Gray; Ralph Pardinson; Jack Matthews; Paul Shaw; Cletus Lee; William J. Edwards, Jr.; R. D. Holloman; Joe F. Gregory, Jr.; Jay R. Roberson ; Hugh 1. Sutton. Jr. ; George Lassiter,

English Club

If you re an English major who has had two quarters of college work, this is the club for you Its monthly programs, both literary and social, are looked forward to by all members

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This, the Publications Board, consists of the editors and business managers of each publication, their faculty advisors, and two members at large. They handle all prob- lems of the publications and fill any vacancies that might arise on the staffs during the year.

Publications

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The Teco Echo

Staff, Seated: Doris Stafford, Emily Graham, June Bass, Mary E. Woolen, Betsy Ross Parkinson, June Brandenburg, Berniee Jenkins, Marilyn Maxwell, Mary Ellen Sawyer, Jo Herring. Standing: Ber- nard West, Johnny Corey, Harry Jarvis. Dr. Flanagan, Miss Mary Green, Amos Clark, William Craft, Frank Coiner, Robert Martin.

There is no denying we have a good school paper. This staff works hard writing good articles, while the editor really makes for variety. Under excellent guidance this paper is of high standing among other college papers.

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The 1947 Tecoan

Yes, here's your 1947 TECOAN. We've worked, and it's been hard in places - smoothing out the rough spots has been no easy job. Even so, we enjoyed it, and we hope you Hke it.

The editorial and business staffs have done their best to give you a good book - one that you'll want to look at years from now because it brings back such wonderful memories.

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These people with their facul- ty advisors, Dr. Posey and Dr. Slay, now pass the job to next year's staff. Good luck to them!

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nrirs. Louis F. Hales, Stantonsburg, PI. C.

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fTlrs. Joshua E. newborn, Snow Hill, D. C.

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E.C.T.C. is back at competitive sports in full swing. Football, basketball, tennis, and all.











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LL work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." Therefore all students at E.C.T.C. take time out for rec- reation. Intercollegiate sports have been outstanding on the program for this year. Excellent teams attracted the attention of many.






Cheerleaders

Team support by the students is one of the big "musts" of a winning team, and good cheerleaders are essential for good backing. These students have done a wonderful job. Let's give them a hand !

Ir/, ,, Right! Pa

A. E. Manninp.






Varsity Club

Here are the top sportsmen on the campus, the outstanding athletes. Heading the program of this club as the top entertainment was the Varsity Club Dance at which the Club Sweetheart was crowned queen.

First Row: Jack Davis, Joe Williams, Garland Little, Dennis Basnight, R. B. Lee, Ray Long. Second Row: Dr. Haynes, Lou Tatarski, Paul Craver, James Hudson, C. O. McMullan, John Wyatt, Henry Borneman. Third Row: Frank Winsette, Jaek Hedgepeth, Everett Hudson, Bob Miller, Willard Pen- dleton, Miehey Wetherington, Coach Johnson.

Rthietic Rssociation

This group regulated the sports activities of the men on the campus. This year intramural basket- ball and Softball teams were organized.

First Row: Amos Sexton. Lou Tatarski, Everett Hudson, Ralph Gurganus, Clarke Stokes. Ellie Fearing, Abner Wil- Hams. Second Row: Chester Langlev, Garlan Bailey. Paul Craver. John Wyatt, Doug Jones, C. O. McMullan, Tom Cox, James Briley, Jack Davis. Third Row: Keith Kilpatrick. Henry Andrews, Garland Little, Jack Hedgepeth, Dennis Basnight. Stanley Peele. Fourth Row: R. L. Shuford, Mickey Wetherington, R. B. Lee, Jesse Lamb, Zack Man- ning, Alfred Thompson, Otis Powell.

l/Women J

Athletic Rssociation

All the girls on the campus are automatically members of the W.A.A. This group elects a president and a council, as their governing body.

Left to Right: Mary Gallic Lewis, Rebecca Murphy, Mai Harden Taylor, Sarah Bazemore, Mary Anna Grady, j Kecter, Christine Gray, Louise Edwards, President ; Franct

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First Row: Sladc Phillips, Charles Brown. John Wyalt. Amos Scxlon, \(il!ard Pendlrton, George Kessler, R. B. Lee, Frank Wineseltc. Pete Evrrell. Ellie Fearing. Second Row: Jack Davis. Abner Williams, E. S. Pitlnian. Dennis Basnight. Keith Kilpalrick. Dan Whecliss, C. O. MeMullan. Bob Miller. Henry Andrews, Lou Tatarski. Lenian Greene. Everett Hudson. Coach Johnson. Third Row: Coach Porter. Jesse Lamm. Manager: Garrall Bass. M. G. Welherington. Henn Borneman. Zaek Manning. Nick Zuras. Victor Bell. Thomas Matthews. Rav Long. Jack Herigepclh. Bobby Bailey. Bill Kittrell. Hubert Musselwhite. Bob Wheeler. Stanley Peeic, George Wood, John Young.

COACH JOHNSON

^L PIRRTES

For the first time since the war the Pirates are playing intercollegiate football again. And a mighty good season they had too.

LOU TATARSKI, End

R. B. LEE, Tackle

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ELLIE FEARING. Bark

Among the important things they did this season was to bring the bucket back to East Carohna from its ancient rival, Atlantic Christian College in Wilson.

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djach .^y^aain !

BOB MILLER. Guard

JOHN \< YATT, Tackle

CHARLES BROWN, End AMOS SEXTON. Guard WILLARD PENDLETON, Cent,

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FOOTBRLL

The first game of the season was with Presbyterian Junior College at Maxton, and the Pirates won by a big margin. They ended the season he same way.

PETE EVERETT. Bark

BILL KITRELL, Back

SLADE PHILLIPS. Ba

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The players come tc school early in the fall for practice. There Johnson formed his team with Ellie Fearing and Slade Phillips carrying the ball the Pirates had a back field that just couldn't be stopped. This team of Coach Johnson's really knows its football.

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U n VJ L and

1946-47 brought a new and better basketball team for our college. Inter- collegiate games brought many spec- tators to our campus. This team, follow- ing in the path of the football varsity, brought the bucket back from A. C.

Junior Varsity

The J. V. team sparred by the victories of the varsity held the spotlight too this season. They showed prospects of excellent material for the Varsity next year.

Bill Kitlrell, Ben Haves. Rook, Vernon Jones, C Wilson, Cecil Hill.

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This basketball team certainly should be proud of its record. Its coaches should feel equally proud of their work. They're tops!

Coach Porter, Coi

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Firs* Roic; Doug Jones, Tom Cox. Larry James, Jom Tay- lor. Connor Merritt, Snag Clark. Charlie Moye. Second Row: Stanley Terrill. Vernon Jones, Ben ' Haves. Herbert Wilson. Russell Cavlord. Bill Kittrell. Cecil Hill. Clarke Stokes. Third Roie; Coach

Everton. John Rook. Slade Phillips. Charles Brown. Bill Stublin, Coach Porter.

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Field Hockey

First Row: Sue Lanier, Sophie Fischcl, Sarah Bazemore. Martha Jefferson, Josie Kceter, Annette Pridgen. Second Row: Mary Anna Grady, Doris Jean Rountree. Rrbecea Murphy. Evelyn Ser- mons, Mattie Parker.

Soccer

First Roir: Patsy Pridpon. Hnrl.nsr Trndall. Sarah Bazemore. Martha Jefferson, Mair Barden Tavlor. Second Row: Jane Lewis. Marjorie Lamb. Carolyn Jessup, Sue Lanier. Betty Croom.

Basketball

First Rotv: Evelyn Sermons, Mattie Parker, Rebecca Murphy Doris Jean Rjountree, Mary Anna Grady. Sarah Bazemore Martha Jefferson, Josic Keeter, Annette Pridgen.

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Louise Edwards, Sue Laoier, Rebecca Murphy, Doris Jean Rountree, Mattie Papker, Josie Keetcr. Mary Anna Grady, Sophie Fischel, Annette Pridgen, Evelyn Sermons.

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These campus beauties were nominated with others by the societies on the campus and by the student body. At a general election, these came out on top. These girls helped make May Day one of the nicest of the year.

FiT%t Roic: Martha Jefferson, Maid of Honor; Margaret Nunn; Nora Lee Hinnant; Ernia Hinnant ; Charlotte Elliott; Anne Dail; Polly Taylor. Second Row: Rita Dell Dawson; Jean Robcrson; Aha Mae Thompson; Ruth Joyce Baker; Elna Powell; Dorothy Jean Creech; Fare Jcssup.

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r U t J^ocieti

These, the lovers of the work of Edgar Allan Poe, are proud of their organization. The dance they sponsored was an example of their work.

ITIarshals

DAISY STEELE. President

CHRISTINE BOWEN, Viee-Presiden

NANCY DILDAY, Secretary

AI.TA LAWSON, Treasurer

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EmERSon Socidu

This society, too, sponsored a dance this year. This organi- zation with a bull dog for its mascot thrives because of its working cooperation.

nriarshals

ANNE DAIL, President JEW EL JOXES. Hce-rresid ROSALIE KEARNEY. Secret SARAH PICKETT, Treasu

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L fl n I E R ^ocieti

The Masons have nothing on this society. They have a goat too. You've seen it on initia- tion days. To learn to ap- preciate more the works of Sidney Lanier is their aim.

nriarshals

RACHEL PLEAS.4NT. Prpsirfc.il

DORIS HONEYCUTT. Vicf-PresUUi

BARBARA STOVALL. Secretary

EVELYN COLLINS, Treasurer

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Chief nriarshal

Clinton, W. C.






COLLEGE mflRSHRLS

EVELYN COLLINS

DOROTHY JONES






These are the girls, selected for their charm and beaut}', who marshal at all the college entertainments. Dressed in their lovely white gowns, they lend the needed air of charm to the gathering. Not only do they lend beauty, they aid in avoiding confusion by helping the audience find their seats quickly. These girls are proud of their honor and are rightly so as they are indispensable to the college social life.

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PAT MORTON

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RUTH KRANK

JEWEL JOMES

ROSALIE KEARNEY






Congratulations

to the Lj^aduates of / 94 7

COLLEGE VIEUICLEHDEIiUnDLHUnDllY

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TO THE GRADUATES OF 1947 AND TO THE STUDENT BODY AS A WHOLE, WE EXTEND BEST WISHES . . .

CAROLINA DAIRY PRODUCTS, INC.

Whether 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

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF 1947

THE BOOTERY

QUALITY FOOTWEAR

Greenville, North Carolina . New Bern, North Carolina . Washington, North Carolina

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BAKERiS' STI DIO

ALL WORK GUARANTEED

GREENVILLE . . . NORTH CAROLINA

"FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS'

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GREENVILLE . . . NORTH CAROLINA

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L^ompiiinenti ot

KARES BROTHERS

Restaurant, Soda and News Service

WE SERVE THE BEST"

FOR THE BEST IN

TAXI SERVICE

CALL

A.A. TAXI

Underwood Typewriters

Underwood Sundstrand Adding Machines

Desk - Chairs - Files - Safes - Ledgers

Complete Bookkeeping Records

Distinctive Social Stationery and Engraving

CAROLINA OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.

Printers - Stationers - Office Outfitters

304 Evans St. Dial 3570

Greenville, N. C.

COMPLIMENTS OF

Guaranty Bank and Trust Co.

ESTABLISHED 1901

TIME TESTED

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Capital and Surplus - 51,000,000.00

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SCOTT'S DRY CLEANERS

One Block Back of Post Office

"IFe Satisfy"

Paul A. Scott, Manager Greenville, North Carolina

Compliments of

COOPER'S COFFEE SHOP

Short Orders Our Specialty

513 Dickinson Avenue Greenville, North Carolina

Compliments of

C. HEBER FORBES

Greenville, North Carolina

Berry Bostic

J. R. Laughinghouse

Congratulations to SENIORS OF 1947

BOSTIC-SUGG FURNITURE COMPANY

118 East Third Street Greenville, North Carolina

PEOPLE'S BAKERY

Patronize the College Soda Shop

Congratulations from

DIANA SHOPS

319 Evans Street

Greenville, N. C.

Compliments of

STAUFFER'S JEWELERS

Your Authorized Keepsake DIAMOND DEALER

Greenville, North Carolina

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Visit us for latest styles and greatest values

GLAMOR SHOPS

Greenville, North Carolina

CURTIS PERKINS

Siihvt Apparel for Aien Greenville, North Carolina

TADLOCK MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY

Sare With Safety

BUY MUTUAL INSURANCE

320 Evans Street

Greenville, North Carolina

Mr. Gentry Galloway Invites you to come in and Dine at

OLDE TOWNE INN

Better known to students d% O.T.I.

Compliments of

VICTORY GRILL

Greenville, North Carolina

HOME FURNITURE STORE

"Right Price Furniture Store"

R. W. Davenport, Manager

701 Dickinson Avenue Greenville, North Carolina

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FOR THE BEST IN FOODS HONEYCUTT'S MARKET

TAFF OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.

Remington Standard and Portable Typewriters

New and Used

Best Wishes

STATE BANK AND TRUST CO.

Greenville, North Cafolina

LAUTARES BROS.

JEWELERS

Watches - Jewelry - China Gifts Watch and Clock Repairing

Compliments of

RENFREW STUDIO

Greenville, North Carolina

EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE

Coriect Merchandise at Low Prices Call Us for the Correct Time

SASLOW'S

Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry

Phone 3708

408 Evans St.

Greenville, North Carolina

Courtesy and Service Await you at

NORFOLK SHOE SHOP

Located off 5th Street, back of Olde Towne Inn on Cotanche Street

J. W. Bunch, Owner and Manager

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Compliments of

LEE'S SPORT SHOP

'Everything for the Sportsman"

200 East Fifth Street Greenville, North Carolina

Congratulations from

SAIEED'S

'Everything in Wearables"

The Best Place in Town to Eat

DIXIE LUNCH

Greenville, North Carolina

The Coeds' Favorite Ready-to-Wear Shop

NEIL JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE SHOP

Goldsboro, North Carolina

Congratulations and Best Wishes from

BISSETTE'S DRUG STORES

427 Evans Street "Greenville's Finest Drug Store"

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Greeting Cards and Stationery

A. B. ELLINGTON AND CO.

426 Evans Street

ASKEW'S MARKET

Vresh Meat, Fancy Groceries

Dial 2125 Greenville, North Carolina

Compliments of

BELL'S PHARMACY

Safe - Courteous - Service

MOYE'S TAXI

Elbert W. Moye, Owner

Dial 3568 Greenville, North Carolina

Congratulations

from

FENDERS STORE

GARRIS GROCERY

SEE US FIRST

Good Pood

In

Pleasant Surroundings

AIRPORT INN

Compliments of

McCORMICK MUSIC STORE

Compliments of

ROSE'S 5 & 10c STORE

Greenville, North Carolina

LeANNE BEAUTY SALON

See Us for Your Bonne Bell and Revlon Needs

Best Wishes from

CLEM GARNER'S SERVICE STATION

Compliments of J. C. PENNEY COMPANY

Greenville, North Carolina

The Store of Glamour for Junior and Misses

WILLIAMS' LADIES' STORE

Congratulations from

PALACE BARBER SHOP

Compliments of

MOSELY BROTHERS, INSURANCE

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Co7igratulat:ons from

MRS. MORTON'S BAKERY

Congralulalions to the Graduates of 1947

STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPAN\






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