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The Tecoan 1952

Date: 1952 | Identifier: 50-01-1952
1952 Tecoan, yearbook of East Carolina 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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1952

Tecoan





















ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF

East Carolina College

GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY

CHARLES A. SHACKELFORD, EDITOR ROY R. CREECH, BUSINESS MANAGER

The 1952

TECOAN

Recaptures a great year of Progress at East Carolina...






...from the spacious limits of its

splendid student body, East






beautiful campus...to its

Carolina has grown in size and quality...






...And yet, there is an atmosphere of peace, tranquility, and friendship that established itself with the origin of our Alma Mater forty-five years ago...And still remains unchanged...






...a spirit that shall never die!






We the compilers of the 1952 edition of your annual, hope that

Upon your minds cherished memories--memories that might

proudly give to you as that reminder, so that you shall not

love, and true American friendship. We have further attempted

to capture a bit of that enduring progressive spirit into a

Speaking for the staff, we ask you to cherish this reminder






our endeavors have brought you something that will indelibly stamp

Fade with time were there no reminder. This book we humbly yet

forget the vital phase of our lives filled with learning.

to register some of the great progress at East Carolina, and

Permanent log for you

long as you live.

The Editor






One mighty span crossed was the changing of the name of our school from East Carolina Teachers College to East Carolina College. This was done, not because the name "Teachers" was detrimental, but because the school is now more than just a teacher-training institution. The liberal arts degree may be conferred upon those students who do not choose to pursue a career in the teaching profession.

Several major fields of study are offered the student, including undergraduate work in medicine and dentistry. Even those who wish to make the military service their career can realize that ambition through the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps here at East Carolina.

"Praise to your name






so fair...Dear old East Carolina...






Then there were the new buildings, those already completed, such as the Little Theatre shown at the left and the new gymnasium pictured below . . .

Your joys we'll all share...






and your friends we'll ever be...

and those soon to become a reality, such as the new faculty apartment unit pictured above.






We pledge our loyalty...

A new era in athletics that began dawning at East Carolina a few years ago ripened into a power that now demands the respect of our North State Conference rivals.

,M






and our hearts' devotion...






To thee our Alma Mater






...Love and Praise











Dedication . . .

To Dr. John O. Reynolds, Professor of Mathematics, the 1952 Tecoan is proudly dedicated.

Since coming to East Carolina from the University of North Carolina in 1947, Dr. Reynolds has won the respect and admiration of all those students who have had occasion to deal with him.

Since he has been on our campus Dr. Reynolds has served as faculty adviser to various student organizations and activities, including the Young Men's Christian Association, the Circle "K" Club, the Mathematics Club, the Budget Committee of the Student Government Association and the Tecoan. This marks the third year that his expert financial advice has been sought by a Tecoan business manager.

Our dedicatee is a person who urges students to feel free to call on him at any time for any advice he is capable of rendering. Personal problems receive the same understanding and consideration from this modest professor that other types receive. He does not claim authority on personal affairs and problems; Dr. Reynolds is a man with a big heart, always eager and ever ready to lend a helping hand wherever it is needed.

Very proudly dedicated ... to a very deserving person.

"A true friend is the greatest of all blessings."

-La Rochefoucauld






In Memoriam

Sunset and evening star,

And one clear call for me!

And may there be no moaning of the bar,

When I put out to sea,

But such a tide as moving seems asleep

Too full for sound and foam,

When that which drew from out the boundless deep

Turns again home.

Twilight and evening bell,

And after that the dark!

And may there be no sadness of farewell,

When I embark;

For tho' from out bourne of Time and Place

The flood may bear me far,

I hope to see my Pilot face to fae

When I have cost the bar.

(Tennyson's Cross the Bar)






Those students who knew DR. BEECHER FLANAGAN will always remember him as the kind, soft-spoken professor of economics who never forgot a name as well as a face. He was a member of Phi Sigma Pi, professional educational fraternity, and was sponsor of Tan Chapter here at East Carolina from 1936 until 1950. He passed away April 7, 1951.

During his twenty-six years as a member of the Social Studies Department here. Dr. Flanagan served as adviser to various groups, activities, and publications, including the Tecoan. His memory will live long in our hearts.

Nor will we soon forget LAVENE W. MIDGETT, JR., who was fatally injured in a motorcycle wreck on the evening of April 12, 1951, on the outskirts of Greenville. "Midge," as he was called by those of us who knew him, is still alive with us in spirit. If a person knew Midge, he liked him; if he did not know him, he was missing something. In his two years at East Carolina this native of Rodanthe captured the hearts of all who knew him. We sometimes find ourselves wondering why fellows like Midge must go so early.






The

John Decatur Messick, Ph.B.. Ph.D.. Lit.D.

President of East Carolina College






Administration

Your education has just begun. A foundation has been laid for the building of a superstructure. Your future is in your own hands. As you attain objectives, your ambitions will multiply, your capacities will increase, and your life will grow richer and fuller. But in all your successes, remember to have an abiding faith in the eternal Master who is always present in time of need.

East Carolina is proud of you and shall always wish for you the greatest possible success and Christian service. In return, you should be proud of your Alma Mater and support her in every way you can, remembering that you bear her stamp of recognition and that as she grows in prestige and service your diploma will bear a similar relationship. Don't forget us, but return often.

John Decatur Messick.

DR. LEO W. JENKINS Academic Dean

MISS RUTH WHITE Dean of Women

DR. CLINTON PREWETT Dean of Men






FACULTY

Dr. Carl L. Adams Psychology

M/Sgt. Ira H. Barry AFROTC

Maj. Alfred E. Baucom AFROTC

Dr. Kenneth L. Bing Industrial Arts

Dr. Austin D. Bond Science

Dr. Lawrence Brewster Social Studies

Dr. E. R. Browning Business Education

Mr. Norman Cameron Business Education

Mrs. Lily Rouse Carr Training School Librarian

Mr. Herbert Carter Music

Mr. Robert Carter Music

Miss Beatrice Chauncey Music

Miss Dora Cirlot Art

Mrs. Myrtle Clark Critic Teacher

Dr. Howard B. Clay Social Studies

Dr. H. A. Coleman Social Studies

Mr. J. B. Cummings Geography

Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert Music

Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey Business Education

Mr. J. O. Derrick Science

Dr. Charles G. DeShaw Physical Education

Mrs. William E. Dole Physical Education

Mr. William E. Dole Head Football Coach

Miss Mabel Dougherty Home Economics

Miss Elizabeth Drake Music

Mr. W. E. Durham Music

Mrs. Elsie Eagan Critic Teacher

Dr. Theodore H. Eaton Science

Miss Lena C. Ellis Business Education

Mrs. James L. Fleming Mathematics

Mr. James L. Fleming Foreign Language

Dr. A. D. Frank Social Studies

S/Sgt. Floyd F. Freeman, Jr. AFROTC

Mr. Frank G. Fuller Education

Dr. Karl V. Gilbert Music

Miss Elizabeth Gilliam Business Education






of 1952

Miss Mary H. Greene English

Miss Lois Grigsby English

Miss Louise Greer English

Dr. H. C. Haynes Psychology

Dr. Mary Helms Science

Mr. R. M. Helms Science

Dr. Robert L. Holt Director Religious Activities

Miss Emma Hooper English

Mr. W. W. Howell Business Education

Miss Elizabeth Hyman Critic Teacher

Dr. Harold C. Jones Science

Dr. N. M. Jorgensen Physical Education

Mrs. Sally Klingenschmitt Critic Teacher

Dr. G. W. Knipp English

Dr. W. S. Krausnick Mathematics

Miss Gussie Kuykendall Music

Miss Mabel Lacy Home Economics

Miss Ruth Lambie Nursery School

Dr. J. K.Long Education

Maj. James N. McDill AFROTC

Miss Eunice McGee Critic Teacher g0f9^

Dr. Bessie McNeil Home Economics

Dr. W. E. Marshall Social Studies

Dr. George Martin Geography

Maj. Lomax L. May AFROTC

Miss Annie Mae Murray Kindergarten

Dr. Donald M. Murray English

Dr. Paul Murray Social Studies

Mr. Francis Lee Neel Art

Dr. George Pasti Social Studies

Mrs. Dorothy W. Perkins Education

Mr. George Perry Music

Mrs. Marguerite Austin Perry Foreign Language

Dr. Parnell W. Picklesimer Geography

Dr. Martha Pingel English

Dr. James Poindexter English






FACULTY OF 1952

Mr. Howard G. Porter Head Basketball Coach

Dr. M. N. Posey English

Mr. Paul E. Powell Industrial Arts

Miss Ann Redwine . Critic Teacher

Miss Gladys Reichard Music

Dr. Charles W. Reynolds Science

Dr. John O. Reynolds Mathematics

Miss Lucile Rice Science

1st Lt. William R. Roney AFROTC

Mr. Edward J. Rutan English

M/Sgt. Herbert H. Sails AFROTC

Dr. P. C. Scott Mathematics

Mr. C. A. Scruggs Science

T/Sgt. Robert W. Spicer AFROTC

Miss Nell Stallings Physical Education

Dr. James Stewart Social Studies

Dr. Kathleen Stokes Social Studies

Miss Alice Strawn Home Economics

Dr. Hazel E. Taylor Psychology

Miss Margaret Ann Tifft Physical Education

Dr. Richard C. Todd Social Studies

Dr. Paul A. Toll Social Studies

Dr. Lucile Turner English

Miss Virlynne Usry Home Economics

Dr. Elizabeth Utterback English

Mr. Dan E. Vornholt Music

Miss Frances Wahl Critic Teacher

Miss Elizabeth Walker Library Science

Mrs. Dorothy L. Wilkerson Business Education

Miss Louise Williams Mathematics

Dr. Christine Wilton Science

M Sgt. William H. Wise AFROTC

Capt. William R. Young AFROTC






ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Agnes W. Barrett, Secretary to the President; Mr. Lloyd Bray, Director of Student Stores; Miss Doris Brown, Cashier; Mr. James W. Butler, Alumni Secretary; Dr. E. J. Carter, Director of Field Service; Miss Camille Clarke, Dietician.

Second Row: Mr. F. D. Duncan, Treasurer and Business Manager; Miss Ruby Etheridge, Assistant Librarian; Mrs. Ruth Garner, Dormitory Counselor; Miss Peggy Hampton. Assistant Librarian; Mrs. Corinne Heath, Secretary to the Dean; Miss Gertrude Irby, Dormitory Counselor.

Third Row: Dr. Fred C. Irons, Resident Physician; Miss Margaret Lietman, Assistant Librarian; Mrs. Mildred Mintz, Assistant Cashier; Dr. J. L. Oppelt, Director of Student Teaching and Placement; Dr. Orval L. Phillips, Registrar; Mrs. Howard G. Porter, Secre- tary, Placement Bureau.

Fourth Row: Mr. Wendell W. Smiley, Librarian; Mrs. Helen A. Snyder, Dormitory Counselor; Mr. E. Harrison Stallings, Accountant and Director of Veteran Affairs; Miss Kathleen Venters, Dormitory Housekeeper; Mrs. Susie W. Webb, Secretary, Alumni Office; Miss Edith Zinn, Dormitory Counselor.






"We loved the doctrine for the teacher's sake." -Defoe











GRADUATE STUDENTS

Edwin D. Averette Winterville

Eloise C. Avery Greenville

James C. Avery Greenville

Florence J. Bell Baltimore, Md.

Allan G. Coon Pinnacle

Jean Douglas Washington

William A. Edmundscn Oriental

James F. Jones Bolton

R. Clayton Lewis Tabor City

John W. Liles Greenville

Robert F. Linderoth Red Bank, N. J.

Thurston Little Freeland

Blaine A. Moye Greenville

Beverly Neilson Greenville

Janet E. Rose Nashville

Annette Watson Bethel

Nell Wise Wechter Stumpy Point

Elizabeth W. Williams Greenville

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Were the Seniors of 1952

Four years. Perhaps more than four for some of us; perhaps fewer than that for others. It doesn't make a great deal of difference now. Any way you look at it, it is just about over. Not our education. They tell us that's just begun. What is ending is that period in our lives that we can never live again. Sure, we can go into graduate study, and some of us will. But think for a minute. Will the situation be the same? Will our instructors be as understanding - guide our wayward steps - grin and bear our ignorant questions - tolerate our answers that missed the point entirely, as they have done during our undergraduate days; or will they assume the attitude that the need for guidance and a certain kind of sympathy no longer exists?

Perhaps we have just begun to live. Our education has just begun, and they also tell us a foundation has been laid for a superstructure. It all makes sense. We are to build the superstructure.

Some of us will, no doubt, eventually become masters of the arts. Some of us may, some day, earn the degree of Doctor in our specialties. Some of us will get our Bachelor's degree and lose our bachelor status, while others will get Bachelors' and win bachelors.

The best four years of our lives to date are ending. Try as we may, we cannot live those four years again. Is it not proper, then, to pause here and look back upon the four best years (to date) of our lives? Can we forget, so early, that embryonic stage of college life - the Freshman stage? Can we forget the passing from that classification to Sophomore? Have we forgotten how it felt to be an upper classman and then to reach the magical status of Senior? No.

We remember all these things, and more too. We remember Cooper's and the Airport Inn. We remember Port Terminal Inn, Kares', Five Points and Clark's. We will not soon forget Brady's and Kennedy's. Sadie Hawkins Day, May Day, the Azalea Festival, and Homecoming are events that have become vital aspects in our education. We realize now that education does have a social side. These events, and others, serve as concrete proof that book learning is only half an education.

We have seen our classmates grow in number, and we have witnessed an increase in faculty members. We have seen new buildings take form and rise, and we have seen another war begin. Some of us will, no doubt, participate in it. We have seen the name of our school change, and we have witnessed the promulgation of a new schedule, the result of which Saturday classes are almost a thing of the past.

We have grown with our Alma Mater, and we have learned to love her with a love that cannot die - cannot be taken from us - a love so profound that we struggle for adequate words to express it.

Others will replace us as we move on to build our superstructures. While they are receiving the finishing touches on their foundations, we hope our structures will be taking the correct form. If we strive hard enough with the foundation each of us has, we can justly take pride in saying, "We were the Seniors of 1952."






SENIOR CLASS

Bradley

Senior Class Officers

ROBERT O. BRADLEY President

DAVID JONES Vice-President

JOYCE ADAMS Secretary

ROBERT A. ROBINSON Treasurer

Jones Adams Robinson






SENIOR CLASS

Joyce Adams, B.S. Mount Olive

English and Social Studies

Secretary Student Government Association, Summer '51; Secretary Senior Class 4; Marshall 4.

Iris Smith Aldridge, B.S. Kinston

Home Economics

Home Economies Club 1, 2, 3; International Relations Club 1; Chi Pi Players 1; YWCA 1; Teachers Playhouse

Arthur S. Alford, B.S. Laurinburg

Physical Education

SECOND ROW

Peggy Ruth Anderson, B.S. Wilson

Home Economics

Anna Lee Asbell, B.S. Tyner

Grammar Education

Albert B. Auerback, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Grade Education

Football 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, Sergeat-at-Arms 3; Future Teachers of America 3.

THIRD ROW

Robert H. Bacchus, B.S. Norfolk, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies

Otis Gustavus Bain, Jr., B.S. Charlotte

Social Studies and Science

Commerce Club 1, 2, President 2; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Student legislature 2, 3, 4, State Delegate 3, Chairman Social Committee 3; AFROTC Cade Officers Club 2, 3; Vice-President Slay Hall 3; Phi Sigma Pi 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

Vergie Barefoot, B.S. Erwin

Business Education and English

Commerce Club 1, 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3.

FOURTH ROW

Lois Frances Barnes, B.S. Kenly

Home Economics and Science

Home Economies Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1; Baptist Student Union Executive Council 4.

Peggy Harrell Barnhill, B.S. Greenville

Science

Madison College 1, 2; Women's Athletic Assocation 3; Science Club 3, 4; Teacon Staff 4

Edwin Barrow, B.S. Pollocksville

Business Education and Social Studies

FIFTH ROW

Robert D. Bass, A.B. Seaboard

Social Studies and Mathematics

Circle "K" Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Distinguished Military Student 3, 4; AFROTC Rifle Team 2, 3

GaYe Batten, B.S. Selma

Business Education and English

Jean Beddingheld, B.S. Zebulon






...1952

FIRST ROW

Lela Gay Bell, B.S. Greeville

Primary Education

Millard L. Berman, B.S. Portsmouth, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies

Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Legislature, Summer School '51

Reuben W. Berry, Jr., B.S. Swanquarter

Business Education and Social Studies

SECOND ROW

Lee Roy Biggerstaff, B.S. Charlotte

English mid Social Studies

Gardner Webb Junior College; Future Teachers of America 3

Janie Sue Blalock, B.S. Timberlake

Primary Education

Mattie Lou Bland, B.S. Vanceboro

Physical Education and English

Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; YWCA 1

THIRD ROW

David Blandford, Jr., B.S. Norfolk, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies

C. Alton Blue, Jr., B.S. Southern Pines

Mathematics and Social Studies

Henry A. Boyd, B.S. Enfield

Physical Education and Mathematics

FOURTH ROW

Robert Odell Bradley, Jr., B.S. Rocky Mount

Physical Education and English

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 2; Circle "K" Club 3, 4; AFROTC Cadet officers Club 3, 4; Member Student Legislature 3, 4; President Student Govern ment Association, Summer'51; President Senior Class 4; Chairman of Ring Committee 4

Donald Guy Brown, B.S. Winterville

Physical Education and Social Studies

Mattie Faye Brown, B.S. Williamston

Business Education and English

Emmanuel College 1; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3.

Mavis Lee Brown, B.S. Williamston

Business Education and Social Studies

Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4,

Virginia R. Brown, B.S. Greenville

Primary Education

Henry Bruton, B.S. Kinston

Industrial Arts and Social Studies






SENIOR CLASS

FIRST ROW

James Bullock, B.S. Jacksonville

Mathematics and Social Studies

Jean Bunn, B.S. Snow Hill

Grammar Education

Betty Esther Butler, B.S. Windsor

Grammar Grade Education

Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2; Association for Childhood Education 2, 3.

SECOND ROW

Clarence H. Butler, B.S. Salemburg

Physical Education and Social Studies

Edwards Military Institute 1, 2; Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4.

Robert K. Butler, B.S. Kelford

Science and Social Studies

William and Mary College 1; Wake Forest College 1; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 2, 3; Sicence Club 3; Veterans Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Men's Judiciary 3, 4, Chairman 4; Student Legislature 4; Executive Council 4; Advisory Committee 4; Distinguished Military Graduate; Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges.

Betty Byrd, B.S. Maysville

Primary Education

THIRD ROW

Reginald Byrd, Portsmouth, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies

Shirley Byrd, B.S. Mamers

Social Studies and English

Naomi Cahoon, B.S. Columbia

Primary Education

YWCA 1; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4; Assocation for Childhood Education 2, 3, 4.

FOURTH ROW

Rosemary Canady, B.S. Swansboro

French Social Studies

Herbert R. Carlton, B.S. Galax, Va.

Social Studies and Physical Education

University of Richmond 1, 2; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; International Relations Club 3, 4.

Loyce J. Carr, B.S. Wallace

English and Music

FIFTH ROW

Marshall Carr, Jr., B.S. Wallace

Industrial Arts and Social Studies

Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Elections Committee 2; Student Legislature 4; Circle "K" Club 4.

Thyra June Carraway, B.S. Snow Hill

Home Economics

Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4

Elizabeth S. Carroll, B.S. Raleigh

Primary Education

Meredith College 1; YWCA 2, 3; Young Democrats Club 2, 3; Association for Childhood Education 3, 4; Teco Echo 3; Baptist Student Union 4.






...1952

FIRST ROW

Mary Ellen Carter, B.S. Woodland

Primary Education

Paul M. Casey, B.S. Goldsboro

Industrial Arts and Social Studies

Lula Mae Chamblee, B.S. Aulander

Grammar Education

Future Teachers ouf America 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3; Association for Childhood Education 2, 3.

SECOND ROW

Robert D. Charlton, B.S. Wilmington

Physical Education and Science

Fairmont State College 1, 2; Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4.

Charles G. Clark, A.B. Belhaven

Business Education and Geography

David K. Clark, B.S. Elizabethtown

Business Education and Social Studies

THIRD ROW

Giles R. Clark, B.S. Elizabethtown

Social Studies and English

Mildred Cole, B.S. Biscoe

English and Social Studies

Bill F. Cole, B.S. Godlsboro

Physical Education and Social Studies

Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Boxing Team 1, 2; Tumbling Team 1, 2, 3.

FOURTH ROW

M. Louis Collie, B.S. Greenville

Physical Education and Social Studies

Christopher Columbus, B.S. Goldsboro

Grammar Education

Janis Cooper, B.S. Spring Hope

Primary Education

FIFTH ROW

Carolyn Corey, B.S. Greenville

Primary Education

Albert G. Cowart, B.S. Miami, Fla.

Science and Mathematics

John Tomlinson Cox, A.B. Mount Olive

English and Social Studies






SENIOR CLASS

FIRST ROW

William W. Cox, B.S.

Walstonburg

Grammar Education

James Cozart, B.S. Greenville

Lila Creech, A.B. Smithtield

Social Studies and English

SECOND ROW

Herbert A. Creef, Jr., B.S.

Physical Education and Mathematics

Boxing Team 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4.

Janet Neely Davis, B.S. Robbins

Physical Education and Social Studies

Woman's College of The University of North Carolina 1; Wake Forest College, Summer School '49; Woman's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 4; Teco Echo Staff 4; House Committee.

Rachel Anne Davis, B.S. Fremont

Grammar Education

Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1; Teachers Playhouse 2; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, District President 3; Teco Echo Staff 3.

THIRD ROW

Billy H. Deans, B.S. Rocky Mount

Physical Education and English

Jane DeBruhl, B.S. Cove City

Grammar Education

Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2.

Benjamin B. Dees, B.S. Bayboro

Physical Education and Social Studies

Men's Athletic Association 1; Alumni Daughters and Sons 1; Veterans Club 4.

FOURTH ROW

Joan Dees, B.S. Bayboro

Primary Education

June Dolly, B.S. Franklin, W. Va.

Music Education

Madison College 1; College Choir 1; Young Democrats Club 1; Women's Athletic Assocation 1; College Orchestra 1; College Band 2; Music Education Club 2.

Frances Douglas, B.S. Washington

Physical Education and English

Teachers Playhouse 1; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Student legislature 4.

FIFTH ROW

D. Laurence Downing, B.S. Fayetteville

Social Studies and Science

North Carolina State College 1; International Relations Club 2; Teachers Playhouse 3; Young Democrats Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4.

Emilie Joyce DuPree, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Education

Edna Frances Edwards, B.S. Greenville

English and Social Studies






...1952

FIRST ROW

Frances Lee Edwards, B.S. Pendleton

Home Economics and Science

Barbara Ann Eisele, B.S. Statesville

Primary Education

Mary Frances Ellers, A.B. Wilmington

English and Social Studies

SECOND ROW

Charles Ray Epperson, B.S. Ararat, Va

Social Studies and Science

Lees-McRae College 1, 2; Presbyterian College 3, 4; Veterans Club 4.

Mac Eure, B.S. Portsmouth, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies

Football 1; Basketball 1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Nan Farmer, B.S. Elm City

Social Studies and English

Peace College 1, 2.

THIRD ROW

Fitzhugh Fennell, Jr., B.S. Wilmington

Physical Education and Social Studies

Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 3, 4; Student Legislature, Summer '51.

George Fields, B.S. Dudley

Business Education and Mathematics

Mathematics Club 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4.

William A. Finch, Jr., A.B. Smithfield

Social Studies and Geography

FOURTH ROW

Dorothy Fitzgerald, B.S. Selma

Home Economics and Science

Wilbert C. Fitzgerald, Jr., B.S. Selma

Social Studies and English

Marguerite Sawyer Foster, B.S. Spot

Home Economics

FIFTH ROW

Kenneth Frazelle, B.S. Richlands

Business Education and Science

Ida Mae Garrington, B.S. Javrisburg

English and Physical Education

Grady H. Gaskill, B.S. Wanchese

Science and Physical Education






SENIOR CLASS

FIRST ROW

Henry H. Geiss, Jr., B.S. Portsmouth, Va.

Physical Education and Science

L. B. Ginn, B.S. Snow Hill

Business Education and Mathematics

Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 3, 4; YMCA 2, 3, 4; Tecoan Staff 3, 4; Teco Echo Staff 3; Assistant Treasurer Student Government Association, Summer School '50

William A. Glasgow, Jr., B.S. Rocky Mount

Music Education

SECOND ROW

Philip R. Gorham, B.S. Battleboro

Industrial Arts and Social Studies

Commerce Club 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Teachers Playhouse 4; President Slay Hall 4; Men's Judiciary 4; Student Legislature 4; Handbook Committee 4; Circle "K" Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Phi Sigma Pi. 4.

George Graybill, B.S. Roanoke, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies

Campbell College 1, 2; Football 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Baseball 3.

Jasper L. Greene, B.S. Roduco

Science and Social Studies

Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-Chairman Mens Judiciary 3; YMCA 3; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Executive Committee 3.

THIRD ROW

Anita Gulledge, B.S. Raeford

Grammar Education

William J. Gurganus, Jr., B.S. Grimesland

Grammar Education

Lee R. Hall, B.S. New Bern

Business Education and Social Studies

FOURTH ROW

Bernie Ham, B.S. Portsmouth, Va.

Music Eduction

Dorothy Eleanor Hamilton, B.S. Clinton

Home Economics

Jeannette Hamilton, B.S. Magnolia

Primary Education

Association for Childhood Education 1, 2, 3; YWCA 1; Teachers Playhouse 2, 3, 4; House Committee 3.

FIFTH ROW

Velma Hanchey, B.S. Rose Hill

Home Economics

George Hardee, B.S. Whiteville

Physical Education and Social Studies

University of North Carolina 1; Campbell College 2; Football 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4; President Wilson Hall, Summer '50

Lillian Hardy, B.S. La Grange

Primary Education

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 1; President Ragsdale Hall 3; Student Legislature 3; Women's Judiciary 3; Assocation for Childhood Education 2, 3, 4; Publications Chairman 4.






...1952

FIRST ROW

William Harrell, B.S. Pantego

English and Social Studies

Anthony D. Harris, Jr., B.S. Warrenton

Physical Education and Social Studies

Ann Corinne Harris, B.S Swanquarter

Home Economics and Science

SECOND ROW

Geraldine Harris. B.S. Essex

Home Economics and Science

Women's Chorus 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Class Vice-President 3.

Molly Y. Harris, B.S High Point

Grammar Education

Delbert R. Hatch, B.S. Mount Olive

Social Studies and English

THIRD ROW

Donald L. Hatch, B.S. Mount Olive

Social Studies and English

YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2; Class President 3; Inter-Religious Council 3; Jarvis Forensic club 1, 2, 3; Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tecoan Staff 3; Teachers Playhouse 3; Handbook Committee 3; Student Legislature 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 3, 4.

Sadie Frances Hatch, B.S. Ayden

Grammar Education

Martha Ann Hauser, B.S. Cedar Falls

Primary Education

FOURTH ROW

Sue S. Hayes, B.S. Louisburg

Social Studies and English

William H. Heath, B.S. Cove City

Social Studies and Geography

Distinguished Military Graduate.

Elizabeth Hedgepeth, B.S. Warrenton

Home Economics

Greensboro College 1; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Teco Echo Staff 4; YWCA 2; May Court Attendant 2; Women's Judiciary 3, Secretary 3; Student Legislature 4.

FIFTH ROW

Sara Jo Hege, B.S. Winston-Salem

English and Library Science

Emanuel College 1, 2; Cotten Hall Vice-President 3; YWCA 3, 4; Association for Childhood Education 3; Teco Echo Staff 3; Inter-Religious Council 3, 4; English Club 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4; Student Legislature 4, Secretary 4; Executive Council 4; Women's Chorus 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Charles Richard Hendricks, A.B. Maxton

Business Education

Anne Morton Hester, B.S. Oxford

Physical Education and Social Studies






SENIOR CLASS

Sarah Jane Hester, B.S. Hurdle Mills

Grammar Education

Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; Class Vice President 1; Student Legislature 4; VWCA 3, 4.

Eudella Hill, B.S. Smithfield

Primary Education

Gail Hines, B.S. Faison

Home Economies and Science

SECOND ROW

Richard Hobbs, B.S. Thomasville

Social Studies and Physical Education

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varity Club 2, 3, 4.

Madeline Hodges, B.S. Washington

English and Music

Henry T. Hood, B.S. Lake Waccamaw

Social Studies and Physical Education

THIRD ROW

Anne Pennington House, B.S. Plymouth

Business Education and Social Studies

Carolyn R. Howerton, B.S. Woodsdale

Grammar Education

Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; YWCA 2; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4.

George A. Huffman, B.S. Bridgeton

Industrial Arts and Mathematics

FOURTH ROW

Charlotte Humphrey, B.S. Richlands

Primary Education

Louisianna Queen Hurdle, B.S. Sharpsburg

Business Education and English

English Club 1, 2, 3, Commerce Club 1, 2, 3; Young Republicans Club 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 3;YWCA 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3.

Priscilla Coy Hynson, B.S. Washington

Art and French

Cantebury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, Vice-President 2; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Religious Council 3; International Relations Club 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4, President 4; Budget Committee 4.

FIFTH ROW

Mary E. Ipock, B.S. Ernul

Primary Education

Garland E. Jackson, Jr., B.S. Mount Olive

English and Social Studies

English Club 1, 2, 3, President 3; Teachers Playhouse 1, 2, 3, Director of Workshop Productions 2; YMCA 1, 2.

Joseph G. Jenkins, B.S. Greenville

Business Education and English






...1952

Dorothy M. Jennings, B.S. Elizabeth City

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2; May Court Attendent 2, 3; Women's Judiciary 4; Tecoan Staff 4.

Evelyn Jernigan, B.S. Lewiston

Primary Education

Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3; Assocation for Childhood Education 2, 3; YWCA 1.

Arthur "Pot" Johnson, B.S. Greensboro

Mathematics and Social Studies

Guilford College 1; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, 4; Student Government Association 2, 3, 4; Chairman Awards Committee 2, 3; Budget Committee 4; First Vice-President Student Government Association 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Who's Whu Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

SECOND ROW

Catherine Lane "Kitty" Johnson, B.S. Neuse

Grammar Education

YWCA 2; Womans' Chorus 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Student Government Assocation 4; Women's Judiciary 4; Presdient jarvis Hall 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Christine Johnson, B.S. Kinston

Business Education and English

Milam Johnson, B.S. Eure

Science and Mathematics

Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Executive Council 2, 3, 4; Jarvis Forensic Club 1; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4.

THIRD ROW

Charles T. V. Jones, B.S. Elizabeth City

Business Education and Social Studies

Campbell College 1, 2; Commerce Club 3, 4; AFROTC Cadet officers club 3, 4, President 4; Student Legislature 4; Distinguished Military Graduate.

David Edward Jones, Jr., B.S. Greenville

Science and Physical Education

Class President 1; Student Legislature 1; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; Budget Committee 3; Handbook Committee 3; Class Vice-President 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

William A. Jones, A.B. Louisville, Ky.

Business Education and Social Studies

Presbyterian Junior College 1, 2; Commerce Club 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4; AFROTC Cadet officers Club 3, 4.

FOURTH ROW

Callie Marie Kinard, B.S. Wenona

Home Economics

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3; Teachers Playhouse 4; Baptist Student Union 4.

Laurence K. Kincaid, A.B. Portsmouth, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies

Michael S. Kovach, A.B. N. Tarrytown, N. Y.

Business Education and Physical Education

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 4.

FIFTH ROW

John A. Kovalchick, Jr., B.S. Greenville

Business Education and Social Studies

Jane P. Kugler, B.S. Washington

Primary Education

Pat Lamm, B.S. Bunn

Primary Education






SENIOR CLASS

FIRST ROW

Frank Landing, B.S. Plymouth

Social Studies and English

Melvin Lassiter, Jr., B.S. Milwaukee

Science and Physical Education

Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

Frank E. Lewis, B.S. Bailey

Business Education and Social Studies

SECOND ROW

Jane Myra Lewis, B.S. Stantsonburg

Home Economics

Lois Mizelle Lewis, B.S. Bethel

Grammar Education

Future Teachers of America 1, 2.

Cleon Avery Lincke, B.S. Kinston

Business Education and English

Commerce Club 1, 2, 3; English Club 1; Women's Chorus 2, 3; Pi Pmega Pi 3, 4, Secretary 3, Historian 4; Young Democrats Club 3, Secretary 3.

THIRD ROW

Evelyn Littleton, B.S. Jacksonville

Social Studies and Spanish

International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Regional Secretary 3, President 4; Student Legislature 4; Budge Committee 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4.

Frances B. Long, B.S. Clarendon

Grammar Education

Mary E. Long, B.S. Ash

Primary Education

FOURTH ROW

D. "Whale" MacKenzie, B.S. Roanoke Rapids

Physical Education and English

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 4.

C. Maxine Maddrey, B.S. Severn

Music Education

College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2; YWCA 1.

Alyce Marshburne, B.S. Clinton

Business Education and English

FIFTH ROW

William Neal Mason, B.S. Lillington

Business Education and Social Studies

North Carolina State College 1; Commerce Club 2; AFROTC CAdet Officers Club 3, 4; Veterans Club 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4.

Barbara Massey, B.S. Pleasant Hill

Music Education

Irvin L. McConeghy, B.S. Maxton

Business Education and Social Studies

Presbyterian Junior College 1, 2; Commerce Club 3; Varsity Club 4; Circle "K" Club 4; Teachers Playhouse 4.






...1952

FIRST ROW

Alfrod McDaniel, B.S. Kinston

Social Studies and Physical Education

Leah McGlohon, B.S. Winterville

English and Mathematics

Alice McKenzie, B.S. Clinton

Music Education

SECOND ROW

Mark D. McLawhon, B.S. Goldsboro

Business Education and Social Studies

Commerce Club 3, 4; Distinguished Military Graduate.

Harry S. McMillan, B.S. Wade

Physical Education and Social Studies

Hettie Lee McPhail, A.B. Rowland

Business Education and Social Studies

Flora Macdonald College 1, 2; Commerce Club 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 4.

THIRD ROW

George S. McSwain, B.S. Gastonia

Social Studies and English

Gardner-Webb College 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4.

Elwood V. Meadows, B.S. Kinston

Physical Education and Social Studies

Military Institute 1, 2; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Boxing Team 3; Football 4; Veterans Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4.

Anne Measamer, B.S. Whitakers

Home Economics

Brevard Junior College 1; Pfeiffer Junior College 2; Home Economics Club 3, 4.

FOURTH ROW

James D. Mellon, Jr., B.S. Winterville

Science

North Carolina State College 1; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, 4; President Men Day Students 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Men's Judiciary 4; Science Club 3; Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4; Student Legislature 1; Elections Committee 4.

Mable Messer, B.S. Dunn

English and Social Studies

Jean Mills, B.S. Greenville

Business Edcuation and English

Commerce Club 1; Vice-President Women Day Students 1.

FIFTH ROW

Sadie Deans Minshew, B.S. Nashville

Social Studies and Physical Education

Student Government Assocation 1, 4, Class Representative 1, First Assistant Treasurer 4; Budget Committee 4; YWCA 1; International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Assocation 1, 2; Tecoan Staff 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Diantha Minton, B.S. Fair Bluff

Primary Education

Rachael Modlin, B.S. Ahoskie

Business Education and Social Studies

Louisburg College 1, 2; Commerce Club 3; YWCA 3, 4; Women's Judiciary 4; Pi Omega Pi 4.






SENIOR CLASS

FIRST ROW

Allene Moore, B.S. Snow Hill

Grammar Education

Mark H. Moore, Jr., B.S. Bath

English and Business Education

Teco Echo Staff: English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Commerce Club 1, 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Teachers Playhouse 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2.

Mona Naomi Moore, B.S. Calypso

Grammar Education

SECOND ROW

Nina Moore, B.S. Ivanhoe

Primary Education

YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Assocation for Childhood Education 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4.

Allen D. Morris, B.S. Stella

Physical Education and Social Studies

Annette Morris, B S. Statesville

Primary Education

Mitchell College 1, 2; Women's Athletic Assocation; Assocation for Childhood Education 3, 4.

THIRD ROW

Alison Hearne Moss, B.S. Greenville

Music Education

John E. Moss, B.S. Greenville

Physical Education and Social Studies

Hilda Grace Moye, B.S. Snow Hill

Business Education and English

FOURTH ROW

W. P. Mulligan, Jr., A.B. Glenridge, N. J.

Social Studies and Business Education

Nell Finch Murphy, B.S. Henderson

English and French

Herman D. Nelson, B.S. Greenville

Business Education and Social Studies

FIFTH ROW

Richard H. Nelson, B.S. Kernersville

Physical Education and Social studies

Elon College 1; Veterans Club 3, 4.

Julia Jean Newkirk, B.S. Warsaw

Science

Charles Graham Nickens, A.B. Grimesland

Social Studies and English






...1952

FIRST ROW

Clifton E. Noble, B.S. Goldsboro

Physical Education and Social Studies

Harry U. Oliver, A.B. Selma

English and Social Studies

Isabella O'Neal, B.S. Ocracoke

Grammar Education

YWCA 3, 4; Assocation for Childhood Education 4; Future Teachers of America 4.

SECOND ROW

Mary Olive Owens, B.S. Goldsboro

Home Economics and Science

Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Science Club 3, 4; College Choir 1; Women's Chorus 2; Women's Athletic Assocation 1.

Lois Rae Pace, B.S. Bailey

Grammar Education

Jack Painter, B.S. Tarboro

Science and Social Studies

Mars Hill College 1, 2; Baptist Student Union 3, 4, President 4; YMCA 3, 4; Inter-Religious Council 3, 4, President 4; Science Club 4; elections Committee 4; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 4.

THIRD ROW

James R. Parker, A.B Kinston

Geography and Art

Ethel Ivey Parks, B.S. Goldsboro

Primary Education

Marvin A. Parsons, B.S. Maysville

Industrial Arts and Mathematics

FOURTH ROW

Sarah Jane Pate, B.S. Goldsboro

Primary Education

Louise Pearce, B.S. Willow Springs

Home Economics and Science

Lyndell Pearce, B.S. Zebulon

Primary Education

FIFTH ROW

Sarah Peedin, B.S. Selma

English and Social Studies

Mars Hill College 1, 2; President Cotten Hall 3; Women's Judiciary 3; Student Legislature 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; May Court Attendant 3; Baptist Student Council 4; Executive COuncil 4; Who's Who Among students in American Universities and Colleges

Ola Nell Perry, B.S. Bethel

Primary Education

Susan T. Perry, B.S. La Grange

Primary Education






SENIOR CLASS

FIRST ROW

Herman Phelps, B.S. Greenville

Business Education and Social Studies

Shirley Pilkinton, B.S. Smithfield

Business Education and English

Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, Treasurer 3; YWCA 1, 2; Student Legislature 4; English Club 1, 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, President 4.

Albert M. Poggioli, B.S. New York, N. Y.

Physical Education and Social Studies

SECOND ROW

Abbie Jean Porter, B.S. Goldsboro

Grammar Education

Home Economics Club 1, 2; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3; House Committee 4.

Ola L. Porter, B.S. Greenville

Physical Education and Social Studies

L. Agnes Potter, B.S. West Oneonta, N. Y.

Music Education

THIRD ROW

Robert S. Price, B.S. Rocky Mount

Physical Education and Social Studies

Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball Manger 2, 3; Boxing Team Manager 2; Football Manager 2, 3; Basketball Manager 2, 3.

June Pritchard, B.S. Montclair, N. J.

Primary Education

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

Joyce Proctor, B.S. Walstonburg

English and French

Vice-Presient Cotten Hall 1; Teco Echo Staff 1; Danforth Scholarship 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Student Legislature 3; Elections Committee 3; Women's Judiciary 2; Alexander B. Andrews Scholarship 3; English Fellowship 4; Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges

FOURTH ROW

Martin Rabunsky, B.S. Wilmington

Social Studies and English

Bill Reams, B.S. Winterville

Grammar Education

Lillian Pugh Reid, B.S. Garysburg

Primary Education

Association for Childhood Education 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1.

FIFTH ROW

Edith K. Respess, B.S. Greenville

Social studies and Mathematics

Larry G. Respess, B.S. Pinetown

Social Studies and Physical Education

North Carolina State College 1; Veterans Club 3, 4.

Johnnie E. Rich, B.S. Rocky Mount

Industrial Arts and Mathematics

Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4; Student Legislature 4; Point System Committee 4.






...1952

FIRST ROW

Elizabeth Smith Riddle, B.S. Jackson

Grammar Education

Charles T. Robbins, B.S. Plymouth

Social studies and Physical Education

Brevard College 1, 2; Veterans Club 3, 4.

Lucy M. Robertson, B.S. Williamston

Secretary-Treasurer Cotten Hall 1; YWCA 1, President 1; President Cotten Hall, Summer '51; Science Club 3; President Fleming Hall 4; Women's Judiciary 4; Student Legislature 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

SECOND ROW

Maxine Robinson, B.S. Angier

Grammar Education

Robert A. Robinson, B.S. Franklin Springs, Ga.

Industrial Arts and Social Studies

Drum Major of College Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Student Government Association, Historian 3; Circle "K" Club 3, 4; Distinguished Military Graduate; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Harcum W. Roebuck, A.B. Robersonville

Business Education and Geography

THIRD ROW

C. Russell Rowell, B.S. New Bern

Social Studies and Physical Education

Augustine J. Russo, A.B. Norfolk, Va.

Business Education and Social Studies

James Edward Salter, B.S. New Bern

English and Physical Education

FOURTH ROW

Eloise Sanders, B.S. Sanford

Primary Education

Frances Sanderson, B.S. Bath

Business Education and English

Barbara Ann Sasser, B.S. Pikeville

Primary Education

FIFTH ROW

Charles C. Self, B.S. Greensboro

Social Studies and Art

Student Government Assocation 2, 3, 4, President 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, 4; College Choir 2; Varsity Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, Secretary 4; YMCA 3, 4; Jarvis Forensic Club 2, 3, 4; AFROTC Cade Officers Club 3, 4; Presdient Slay Dormitory 3; President Executive COuncil 4; President North State Student Council 3; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Charles A. Shackelford, B.S. High Point

English and Social Studies

University of North Carolina 1, 2; Teco Echo Summer '50; Young Democratic Club 3, 4, President 4; Veterans Club 3, 4; Tecoan 3, 4, Editor 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Cirkcle "K" Club 4; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Student Legislature 4, Executive Council 4; Distinguished Military Graduate; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Jean Shavender, B.S.

Music Education

Chorus 1, 2; College Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; College Band 3; YWCA 4.






SENIOR CLASS

FIRST ROW

Betty Ann Shaw, B.S. Weldon

Home Economics

Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Legislature 1, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; College Handbook Committee 1.

Moses M. Sheppard, B.S. Norfolk, Va.

Science and Mathematics

Campbell College 1, 2; Circle "K" Club 3, 4; Mathematics CLub 3, 4; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4.

Alice Jones Singletary, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Education

SECOND ROW

Alfred Lewis Smith, B.S. Greenville

Business Education and Mathematics

Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

Edith Susan Smith, B.S. Pink Hill

Home Economics

Jennie Kathryn Smith, B.S. Goldsboro

Home Economics and Science

College Choir 1; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4

THIRD ROW

Margie E. Smith, B.S. Kinston

Primary Education

Woman's College of the University of North Carolina 1; YWCA 2, 3; Assocation for Childhood Education 2, 3; College Marshall 3; Inter-Religious Council 4; Student Legislature 4; Women's Chorus 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Stanley Smith, A.B. Kinston

Business Education and Geography

Fred Soles, B.S. Tabor City

Physical Education and English

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

FOURTH ROW

Winfred A. Sorrell, B.S. Clayton

Industrial Arts and Social Studies

Sarah Frances Stancill, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Education

Thornton L. Staples, B.S. Richmond, Va.

Business Education and Social Studies

Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Teco Echo Staff 2; Young Democrats Club 3, 4; YMCA 3, 4; Student Legislature 3, 4; Executive Council 3, 4; Treasurer Student Government Assocation 3, 4, First Assitant Treasurer 3; Chariman Budget Committee 3, 4, Secretary 3; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

FIFTH ROW

Jean Farrior Stargardt, B.S. Morehead City

English and Social Studies

Kenneth Stargardt, B.S. Richmond, Va.

Physical Education and Mathematics

Veterans Club 1, 2, 34; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Boxing Team 1, 2; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, 4; AFROTC Cadet Officers CLub 3, 4, President 4; Distinguished Military Graduate; Student Legislature 2, 3; Vice-Chariman Men's Judiciary 4; Executive Council 4; President Slay Dormitory 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Universitites and Colleges.

Louise Stewart, B.S. Dunn

Grammar Education

Future Teachers of America 4; Association for Childhood Education 3, 4; YWCA 3.






...1952

FIRST ROW

Joanne Stillman, B.S. Roper

Grammar Education

Nina Stillman, B.S. Roper

Grammar Education

William L. Stiteler, B.S. Clifton Forge, Va.

Social Studies and English

SECOND ROW

Callie LeRoy Stocks, B.S. Ayden

Social Studies and English

Mary Edna Stocks, B.S. Fayetteville

Business Education and English

Josephine Stoneham, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Education

THIRD ROW

Gladys S. Strickland, B.S. Angier

Library Science and Social Studies

Commerical Club 1; International Relations Club 1, 3; Teco Echo Staff 1, 3, Summer '50; YWCA 2

Owen Strickland, B.S. Tabor City

Social Studies and Science

Gwen Suitt, B.S. Durham

English and Social Studies

FOURTH ROW

Mary Rose Sutton, B.S. Mount Olive

Grammar Education

Women's Athletic Assocation1, 2; Future Teachers of America 4; Assocation for Childhood Education 4; Young Republicans Club 4.

Virginia R. Swann, A.B. Buies Creek

Mathematics and Science

Campbell College 1, 2; Mathematics CLub 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4.

Ernest Luther Sylivant, Jr., B.S. Snow Hill

Science and Physical Education

Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Elections Committee 3; Wesley Players 3, 4.

FIFTH ROW

Vivian Thomas, B.S. Leaksville

Primary Education

Janie Louise Thompson, B.S. Rocky Mount

Primary Education

Flora Macdonald College 1; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4; Association for Childhood Education 3, 4.

A. Jeannette Tillett, B.S. Kill Devil Hills

Primary Education

Woman's College of the university of North Carolina 1, 2; May Court Attendant 3; Assocation for Childhood Education 3, 4; Student Goverment assocation 4; Chairman Elections Committee 4; College Marshall 4.






SENIOR CLASS

FIRST ROW

John G. Tooly, B.S. Belhaven

Industrial Arts and Social Studies

Veterans Club 1; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4.

Peggy Ann Tucker, B.S. Greenville

Primary Education

Burma Tunstall, B.S. Apex

Grammar Education

YWCA 2; Future Teachers of America 4; Assocation for Childhood Education 4.

SECOND ROW

William S. Vann, B.S. Old Trap

Science and Mathematics

Billy H. Vendric, B.S. New Bern

Social Studies and English

High Point Colelge 1, 2; Commerce Club 3; International Relations Club 3, YMCA 3, 4; Inter-Religious COuncil 4; Wesley Foundation 3, 4, President 4; Circle "K" Club 4, Secretary 4.

Dorothy Venters, B.S. Jacksonville

Physical Education and English

THIRD ROW

Lois B. Vicars, B.S. Ash

English and Social Studies

Thomas M. Vicars, A.B. Waynesboro, Va.

Geography and Social Studies

Albert F. Wadford, B.S. Neuse

Physical Education and Social Studies

Edwards Military Institute 1, 2; Distinguished Military Graduate

FOURTH ROW

Mary Glenn Walston, B.S. Greenville

Music Education and English

Virginia Roselyn Warren, B.S. Faison

Grammar Education

English Club 1; International Relations Club 1, 2; YWCA 1; College Choir 1; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3.

Gertrude Watts, B.S. Whiteville

Grammar Education

Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 4.

FIFTH ROW

Ann Weaver, B.S. Durham

Art and English

Hazel Ruth Weaver, B.S. Four Oaks

Primary Education

YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1; Science Club 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 1; Association for Childhood Education 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 2, 3, 4.

Robert W. Wechter, B.S. Stumpy Point

Industrial Arts and English

Teco Echo Associate Editor, Summer '50; Student Legislature 2, 3, 4, Historian 4; Budget Committee 4; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, President 2; Jarvis Forensic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Team 2; Internationla Relations Club 2; English Club 2; Young Democrats Club 2; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.






...1952

FIRST ROW

Louise Weeks, A.B. Whitakers

Social studies and English

International Relations Club 4.

Lynne W. West, B.S. Carolina Beach

Business Education and English

Aldred F. Wetherington, B.S. Silverdale

Business Education and Social Studies

SECOND ROW

Carolyn Jean Whaley, B.S. Rose Hill

Primary Education

W.M. College, Central, South Carolina 1; Commerce Club 2; Assocation for Childhood Education.

Clarkson White, B.S. Belvidere

English and Social Studies

English Club 1, 3; Teachers Playhouse 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; Teco Echo Staff 1; Elections Committee 3; YMCA 1, 2.

Clyde A. White, B.S. Windsor

French and English

Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Teacher Playhouse 1, 2.

THIRD ROW

John B. White, B.S. Norlina

Physical Education and Social Studies

Olivia Shields White, B. S. Scotland Neck

Home Economics and Science

Gertrude C. Whitehurst, B.S. Greenville

Primary Education

FOURTH ROW

Dorothy Anne Whiteley, B.S. Greenville

Business Education and Art

Richmond Professional Institute; Commerce Club 2, 3; President Women Day Students 3; Women's Judiciary 3; Student Legislature 3.

Floyd C. Williams, B.S. Wilmington

Mathematics and Science

Distinguished Military Graduate; Circle "K" Club 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

Margaret Williams, B.S. Greenville

Social Studies and English

FIFTH ROW

William B. Williams, B.S. Greenville

Mathematics and Science

Carl R. Willis, Jr., B.S. Wilmington

Grammar Education

Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, Historian 2, Reporter 3; International RElations Club 1, 2; Young Democrats Club 2; Tecoan Staff 2.

Willanette Willoughby, B.S.

Primary Education

Women's Athletic Assocation 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3; Assocation for Childhood Education 2, 3.






SENIOR CLASS

FIRST ROW

Dorothy Wilson, B.S. Greenville

Grammar Education

Cecil E. Winslow, B.S. Hertford

Social Studies and Physical Education

International Relations Club 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 3, 4; Student Legislature 3, 4; Executive Council 4; Second Vice-President Student Government Assocation 4; President of Class 3; AFROTC Cadet Officers Club 3, 4.

Betty E. Worrell, B.S. Newsoms, Va.

Business Education and English

SECOND ROW

Geraldine Pate Worrell, B.S. Goldsboro

Primary Education

Edwin B. Yarborough, B.S. Portsmouth, Va.

Physical Education and Social Studies

Football 1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, 4; Student Governemtn Association 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Awards Committee 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

William E. Yeager, B.S. Portsmouth, Va.

Social Studies and English






...1952

STUDENT TEACHING

One of the requirements of all students working for the B.S. degree is that of student teaching, or practice teaching, as it is commonly referred to, during the senior year of study. Student teachers are placed in the campus training school, Greenville High School, and various other high schools throughout eastern North Carolina.

During this three-month period of supervised teaching, the future teacher becomes acquainted with the fundamentals of classroom management and procedure before going out into the field of teaching.






We Were the Juniors of 1952

The third year of our college life is drawing to a close, and we can visualize already, it seems, how it is going to make us feel to be able to say, "We were the Seniors of 1953."

Our three years have been eventful indeed. There can be no doubt of that. We have seen many of the things the Seniors have seen, and on many occasions we have been alongside them in projects and activities. Being upper classmen, we have sat with many of them in the classroom.

We, too, have seen our Alma Mater grow, and we are proud to be a part of her. We have grown in number, experience, and understanding ; but, at the same time, many of us have left the place we love for various reasons. Perhaps the biggest of these reasons it to defend the democratic principles of government against the threat of communism. Some of us have been called upon to do this, while others among us have voluntarily left to lend a hand.

We find ourselves wondering what next year will be like. Many faces we have known will no longer be here. We will miss them, but then we must realize that it will be our duty to set an example for the new faces that will be with us. We will be the ones with seniority; consequently, we will be the leaders. And, as we enter that status, we must earnestly endeavor for self confidence, wisdom, and tolerance.

We have been told that the next year will be the most eventful, the happiest of our college careers. Needless to say, we look forward to it.

Our best wishes go with those who are passing on before us. As we move into their place next year, our great hope is that we can manage to live up to what they will be expecting from us. With the example they have set for us, we should not fail.






JUNIOR CLASS

SANDFORD

Junior Class Officers

Jerome Sandford President

Grace Giles Vice-President

Madeline Weaver Secretary

Roy Creech Treasurer

GILES WEAVER CREECH






JUNIORS

FIRST ROW:

Frances E. Abbott Henderson

Janice M. Albritton Snow Hill

Jesse Aldridge Kinston

S. Rudolph Alexander Goldsboro

Betty C. Allard Wilmington

Mary Frances Allen Farmville

Ray B. Anderson Goldsboro

Rachel Andrews Clinton

SECOND ROW:

Joyce Bagley Goldsboro

Mary Sue Bagley Elizabeth City

Thyreese Bagley Hobbsville

Beth Baker Spring Hope

Grace Baker Kenansville

Peggy Joyce Barrow Greenville

Jeanette Bateman Draper

Ann Baysden Ernul

THIRD ROW:

Lynn W. Bazemore Lewiston

Audrey Beaman Dudley

George W. Beaman, Jr Walstonburg

Harvey L. Bedsole Tar Heel

Ann Bell Lucama

Jack P. Benzie Portsmouth, Va.

Edward D. Biggs Everetts

Robert H. Biggs Williamston

FOURTH ROW:

Walter C. Biggs Wilmington

Horace G. Birchett Hopewell, Va.

Lionel L. Bishop Greenville

Ernest G. Black Portsmouth, Va.

Yvonne Blackwell Oxford

Charles R. Blake Camp Lejeune

Alicia Blue Carthage

A. Preston Blue Henderson






...of 1952

FIRST ROW:

Naomi Martin Bobbitt Creedmore

Ruth Warren Bobbitt Creedmore

Jane H. Bond Windsor

Sarah Ruth Bowland Mebane

Dorothy Boyette Kenly

Dorothy Bradshaw Elizabeth City

Jean Bradshaw Clinton

George Brinson Arapahoe

SECOND ROW:

Jack Britt Fairmont

Louise Brock Mt. Olive

Patsy Browder Virginia Beach, Va.

Jane Ellen Brown Clarkton

Thomas Bullock Ayden

Pat Bundy Belhaven

Alston "Hoot" Burke LaGrange

Harnett Burnette Tarboro

THIRD ROW:

Julian R. Butler Kelford

Annie Lou Butts Angier

Jean Bynum Farmville

Sally Caddell Sanf ord

Bobbie Jean Caldwell Wadeville

Paul A. Cameron, Jr Kinston

Billye Rose Canady Clarendon

Jennie E. Cannon Wilmington

FOURTH ROW:

Garland R. Carr Rose Hill

Bettie Ann Carroll Winston-Salem

Charles Cherry Stokes

Janice H. Clark Elizabethtown

Hight Collins, Jr Kinston

Martha Conway Greenville

Becton W. Corbin LaGrange

Christan Sutton Corbin LaGrange






JUNIORS

FIRST ROW:

James B. Corbin LaGrange

Jane Cornwell Shelby

Hugh Donald Cox Kinston

Raymond H. Cox Maury

Harriett Carr Cozart Greenville

Bryan C. Craft Clayton, Ga.

Robert W. Craft, Jr Beaulaville

Roy R. Creech Snow Hill

SECOND ROW:

Robert N. Crowley Wilmington

Charlotte Crowson Jacksonville

Jack E. Cutler Washington

Maggie Daniels Wanchese

Delia Davenport Deep Run

Frances Jean Davis Micro

Sibyle Davis Albertson

Wade Davis Henderson

THIRD ROW:

Betty Jean Dewar Fuquay Springs

Lucille McGowan Diener Greenville

Joan Edwards Wilmington

Pansy Edwards Beulaville

Louis D. Elfrink Greenville

Jeanine Ennis Dunn

Keith Estep Plymouth

Jean Exum Fremont

FOURTH ROW:

Emily Faircloth Fayetteville

Imogene Faircloth Roseboro

Nora Ellen Faulkner Kinston

Willard C. Finch Bailey

W. C. Flowers, Jr. Trenton

Henry Fordham Kinston

Tracy Formy-Duval Wilmington

Una Francis Conway






...OF 1952

FIRST ROW:

Larry M. French, Jr. Kinston

Jackie Fristoe Greenville

John L. Fristoe Greenville

Elizabeth Gaddy Wadesboro

Charlie Garland Portsmouth, Va.

Nicholas Garner Newport

Maggie Gatlin Ernul

Emma Lou Gay Whitakers

SECOND ROW:

Donald F. Gaylor Magnolia

Grace Giles Linden

William S. Goodson Greenville

Al Gordon Statesville

Nell Grantham Marietta

C. M. Gray, Jr Trenton

Lucy Gray Deep Run

Peggy Joyce Grice Calypso

THIRD ROW:

Elaine Griggs Vandemere

Lynwood Grissom Wilmington

Maggie Haddock Hookerton

Hal F. Haire Elizabethtown

Ruth Haislip Oak City

Ethel Roberta Hall Stedman

C. Virginia Halliburton Oxford

Elsie L. Hamilton Sealevel

FOURTH ROW:

Janice Grey Hardison Jamesville

Vera Hardison Washington

Dowdy Hardy LaGrange

Peggy Harper Kinston

Glayds M. Harrell Knightdale

Albert Harrington Burlington

Fred W. Harrison Snow Hill

Harry L. Heilig New Bern






JUNIORS

FIRST ROW:

Johnny C. Helms Monroe

Marilyn Henaghan Greenville

Betty Hendrix Greensboro

Catherine Hill Deep Run

Ross B. Hill Greenville

Carolyn Hines Greenville

William L. Hobbs, Jr. Raleigh

Evelyn G. Hodges Winterville

SECOND ROW:

Joseph F. Hodges, Jr. Washington

Maude Elizabeth Hodges Washington

Fay Hogan Chapel Hill

Mildred E. Holt Princeton

Ray S. Hood Woodbury. N. J.

Lennon W. Hooper Stumpy Point

Marie Houser Gastonia

Virgil Howard Pikeville

THIRD ROW:

Robert H. Hughes Jonesville

Grey Hunt Semora

Alec J. Hurst, Jr. Greensboro

Ray Hylton Greensboro

Dorothy Jackson Mount Olive

Sara L. Jackson Fayetteville

Tempie Jackson Goldsboro

Russell V. Jarrett Draper

FOURTH ROW:

Blounie Johnson Gastonia

Elizabeth Dean Johnson Willard

John B. Johnson Rocky Mount

Mary Jo Johnson Coats

Joe Johnson Jacksonville

Betsy C. Jones Beaufort

Mary Frances Jones Snow Hill

Mary Lee Jones Warsaw






...OF 1952

FIRST ROW:

Roland F. Jones, Jr. Goldsboro

Janet Ann Keever Raleigh

John R. Kennedy Wilmington

Arthur King Kinston

Doris Armstrong King Greenville

James A. Kinion Bath

Merle Kirby Kenly

Janet B. Kirkland Durham

SECOND ROW:

John Robert Kluttz Goldsboro

Treva Knight Broadway

Hazel M. Lassiter Conway

C. Dale Lawson Orrum

Hilda L. Lee Pink Hill

Irene Boyer Lee Four Oaks

Robert E. Lee, Jr. Salisbury

Lucille Leggett Washington

THIRD ROW:

Francis H. Madigan Portsmouth, Va.

George Mahoney Norfolk, Va.

Robert Maness Greensboro

Barbara P. Mange Hanover, Pa.

Myrtle Manning Robersonville

Lynwood Manuel Norfolk, Va.

Clyde March Rocky Mount

Ethel Lee Massengill Four Oaks

FOURTH ROW:

Marty McArthur Grifton

Jewel McKoy Cove City

Bill McDonald Portsmouth, Va.

Wade G. McDougald Raeford

William S. McDowell Verona

Irene McGowan Greenville

Jessie McGraw Mount Airy

Eloise McLamb Roseboro






JUNIORS

FIRST ROW:

William A. McLawhorn Greenville

Ola Ray McLawhorn Ayden

Juanita McLeod Broadway

Theresa McNabb Portsmouth, Va.

Carolyn McSwain Lattimore

Andy Meeder Gatesville

Janice Meekins Stumpy Point

Shirley Melton Havelock

SECOND ROW:

Vivian Mercer Wilson

Grace Newborn Hookerton

Eleanor H. Mills Greenville

Spencer Mims, Jr Henderson

Jack Moore Rockingham

Maurice H. Moore, Jr. Wilmington

N. Ruth Moore Farmville

Patricia Anne Moore Turkey

THIRD ROW:

Pauline Moore Bath

Betty M. Morris Franklinton

Josephine Morris Vandemere

Peggy Nash Durham

Lillian Scott Naylor Newton Grove

Lonnie Nelms Oxford

Mary Ann Oates Faison

Robert R. Oliver Southport

FOURTH ROW:

Anne Onley Elizabeth City

Anne Osborne Salisbury

Thomas J. Owen, Jr Elizabethtown

John T. Painter Gastonia

Ruth Carol Parker Carthage

Josephine Parkerson Greenville

Elizabeth Pate Black Creek

Sadie Patterson Lillington






...OF 1952

FIRST ROW:

Ann Perry Draper

Ivey D. Piner New Bern

William Pittman Kenly

Jacquelyn Pollock Trenton

Betty J. Poole Durham

Betty Joan Pope Fayetteville

Mildred Powell Wananish

Ruthe Powell New Bern

SECOND ROW:

Anna Marie Prater Seven Springs

Hilda W. Pridgen Whiteville

Gwendolyn Puckett Clayton

Dorothy Pugh New Bern

Phyllis Ann Randolph Hickory, Va.

Shirley Rhue Newport

Jim Rickards Washington

Stacy L. Riggs Maysville

THIRD ROW:

Rebecca Roberson Smithfield

Donald Roebuck Stokes

Edith Rogerson Williamston

Patricia A. Rogerson Bethel

Betty Jean Routh Cameron

William H. Rowland Raleigh

Leon B. Royal Salemburg

Edmund J. Rublein Folkstone

FOURTH ROW:

Betty Jane Sanderson Calypso

Grace M. Sanderson Magnolia

Jerome Sandford Goldsboro

George Melvin Sauls Grifton

Annie Ruth Savage Hobgood

Jack C. Scott Elizabeth City

Robert C. Selby Dudley

Frances Sessoms Lumberton






JUNIORS

FIRST ROW:

Dwight Shoe Salisbury

Edsel Sholar Rocky Mount

Bertha Mae Silverthorne Whortonsville

Carolyn Slack Pinetown

John P. Sloan Wilmington

Clinton F. Small Kinston

Dennis R. Smith Chocowinity

Hazel R. Smith Kinston

SECOND ROW:

Miriam Sollee Tarboro

Anne M. Spain Manson

Verona Grey Sparrow Deep Run

Durwood B. Stallings Spring Hope

Judith V. Stallings Zebulon

Marie Stallings Louisburg

Janet Ruth Standi] Farmville

Leonard B. Starling Rocky Mount

THIRD ROW:

Irene Steele Bear Poplar

Catherine Stephenson Willow Springs

John L. Stewart Smithfield

Judy Stout Siler City

Doris M. Strickland Halifax

Agnes Anne Strole Chadbourn

Joe W. Stroud Jonesville

Elizabeth Sutton Tomahawk

FOURTH ROW:

John Swart Wilmington

Laura Sue Thomas Carthage

J. K. Thompson Goldsboro

Seleta Tucker Farmville

William H. Tuttle Raleigh

Janet Frances Tyson Saratoga

Waylon C. Upchurch Sanford

David V. Van Hook Nashville






...OF 1952

FIRST ROW:

Louise Vann Clinton

Patricia Ann Vaughan Tarboro

Robert Lee Vickery, Jr Hamlet

Rachael E. Wallace White Lake

Anne E. Warren Battleboro

Marilyn Watkins Middleburg

Charles Watson Greenville

Janie Yvonne Watson Nashville

SECOND ROW:

Mitzi Watson Engelhard

Mona Watts Whiteville

Madeleine A. Weaver Wilmington

Paul D. Weeks, Jr. Whitakers

Mable Ann West Roseboro

Margaret Anne White Hertford

Anne Whitehurst Robersonville

Lloyd Whitfield Kinston

THIRD ROW:

Everett H. Whitley Kenly

Raymond L. Wickham Tarboro

Catherine Williams Wade

Eugene B. Williams Kinston

James A. Williams Bailey

Larry Williams Ocracoke

Laurence Williams Clayton

Melrose Alford Williams Spring Hope

FOURTH ROW:

Barbara Williamson Clinton

Crowell Williamson Whiteville

Ceceilia Willoughby Creswell

Carroll Wilson Oxford

Mary Jean Wilson Tarboro

William S. Winesett Plymouth

Frances Woolard Washington

Mary Frances Yarborough Sanford






We Where the Sophomores of 1952

The time has come for us to pause and look back. We are at the half-way mark of our foundations. At times we thought we would never survive the initial pouring of the cement of knowledge; there was much digging to be done.

We have been told that a job well begun is half done, and we realize that now. These two years have passed quickly, and it seems that before we can turn around we will be leaving East Carolina. As in the case of the Juniors, some of us have already left too. Our reasons, like theirs, have been varied; and among them is the war in Korea.

We have seen the Pirates in two seasons of play, and we have found it even more interesting to watch them now, because we know many of them by name. Even some of us have managed to make "first string."

In these two short years we have noticed a great change. Last year on Saturday mornings students could be seen hurrying to classes. This year, they were hurrying to the bus station and to good hitch-hiking spots. Most of them, we have found, now make the mad rush on Friday afternoons. In spite of the fact that we love our Alma Mater, these mad rushes are a symbol, and serve as proof, that nothing can take the place of the family circle in the American way of life.

We look forward to the second half of our college career because we believe it will be even more enjoyable and eventful than the first half has been.






SOPHOMORE CLASS

MANESS

Sophomore Class Officers

ROBERT A. MANESS President

ANNE BUTLER S.G.A. Representative

KITTY GERRINGER Secretary

ROBERT SEARS Treasurer

BUTLER GERRINGER SEARS






SOPHOMORES

Nolan Alcock Pollocksville

Susie Alexander Elizabeth City

Thomas Allsbrook Scotland Neck

Nancy Apple Raleigh

Jean Baggett Kenly

Drusilla Bain Erwin

Jane Barber Clinton

Doris Barnes Nashville

Lewis B. Barnes Enfield

Martha Ann Barrow Pollocksville

Adah M. Bass Tarboro

Janyce Bass Kenly

Waylon T. Bass Seaboard

Charles C. Batchelor Rocky Mount

Nancy Beatty Mount Holly

Betsy Parks Best Goldsboro

Dorothy Grey Best Goldsboro

Metz Bizzell Goldsboro

Deane Blackmon Four Oaks

Pauline Blalock Timberlake

Jackie Bond Greenville

Loyce Bonner Aurora

Paul Bozeman Enfield

Peggy Joyce Bowen

Shelton W. Bowen Aurora

Betty Sue Branch Greenville

Jerry Braswell Monroe

Betty Brickhouse Aulander

Joan Britt Fairmont

Ferrell Brown Rich Square

John R. Brown Washington

Marvin E. Brown Rockingham

Charlie T. Buck Grimesland

Alice Bullard Wilmington

Hazel Burke LaGrange

Carolyn Burnette Hopewell, Va.

Anne Butler Greenville

Patty Butler Clinton

James Byrd Kinston

Martha Deane Byrd Maysville

Joyce Calhoun Greenville

Thurston Callahan Whiteville

William J. Carr Rocky Mount

Cecilia Cartwright Englehard






...OF 1952

Earl Grey Oastellow Windsor

Gerald Castellow Windsor

Amy Cayton Winterville

Marion Chesson Roper

Olene Civils Kinston

Carolyn Clark Greenville

Lewis E. Clark Greenville

Mary Agnes Clark Sanford

Betty R. Cole Sanford

Thelma Collier Clarkton

Archie Congleton, Jr. Ahoskie

Catherine Coston Hookerton

John G. Costulis Belhaven

Jo Ann Cothran Salisbury

Ann CoX Walstonburg

Eliard Croom Jr. Rocky Mount

Edna Anne Crumpler Mount Olive

Pat Crumpler Salemburg

Walter E. Culbreth, Jr. Goldsboro

Lois Dake Jacksonville

Mary Anne Dallas Leaksville

Joanne Darden Stantonsburg

Betty J. Daugherty Fayetteville

Annell Daughtry Clinton

Evelyn J. Davis warsaw

Dillwyn Denton Bunn

Frances Dickson Rose Hill

Frances Dixon Henderson

Horace B. Dixon Wilson

Jean Dodd Four Oaks

Myra Gail Dorsey Wilmington

Gladys Dougherty Kinston

Anne Dun Greenville

Carmen Dunn Greenville

Anne DuRant Wilmington

Harold Edwards Chicod

Peggy Edwards Kenly

Dolores Eisele Statesville

Elaine Elium Salisbury

John N. Elliott Chapanoke

William P. Emerson LaGrange

Carolyn D. Everhart New Bern

Mildred G. Faison Faison

Frances Faye Farmer Carolina Beach






SOPHOMORES

James Conrad Faulkner Kinston

Anne Fedoronko Burgaw

Eugene C. Fields LaGrange

Mary Alice Fields Goldston

Charles E. Fishel Winston-Salem

Jean Flora Farmville

Dallas H. Foscue Kinston

Coy Dee Gainey Goldsboro

James Robert Gardner Rocky Mount

Dwight Garrett Greenville

Kitty Gerringer Draper

Mary Lee Gillette Jacksonville

Johnny Goodwin Edenton

Linda Godwin Dunn

Robert W. Graham Enfield

Margaret Grant Goldsboro

Charlie E. Gray Deep Run

Jean Gray Trenton

Arthur Gregory, Jr, Rockingham

Dolores Gregory Pamlico

Barbara Grimes Robersonville

LaVerne Grogan Draper

FayeGulley Clayton

Betty C. Gurganus Grimesland

Joyce Gurley Goldsboro

Mary Elizabeth Guthrie Kinston

June Haddock Winterville

William J. Haire Albemarle

Joe Hallow, Jr. Goldsboro

Barbara Hamilton Thomasville

John C. Hamilton Atlantic

Peggy M. Hamilton Beaufort

Mary P. Hanchey Wallace

Jan Hardy LaGrange

Lettie Harper Pikeville

Walter M. Harrell Corapeake

Elsie Harrelson Whiteville

James Harris warrenton

Thelma M. Harris Marshallberg

Joyce Hathaway Portsmouth. Va.

Sidney Hawkins Washington

Frank M. Hemingway Bethel

Suzanne Hicks Charlotte

Alease High Roanoke Rapids






...OF 1952

Peggy Ann Hill New Bern

Freddie Hinnant Pine Level

Betsey Hobgood Oxford

Bobby Hodges Kinston

Euzella Holland Maysville

Major Hooper Stumpy Point

Marietta Hooper Elizabeth City

Lula Anne House Nashville

Dorothy Howard Garland

Elsie Howard Saint Pauls

Mary Alice Howard Kinston

Vernice Howard Greenville

Mattie E. Huber Kinston

CharIes Huffman Thomasville

Alice Dixon Jackson Godwin

Imogene Jennette Mount Olive

Anna Johnson Bailey

Melva Johnson Kerr

Tommy Lee Johnson Rocky Mount

Sally Johnson Garland

Annie Laurie Jones Walstonburg

Eunice Jones Greenville

Faye Jones Williamston

Frances Jones Plymouth

Larlie Mae Jones Milton

Paul Edward Jones Thomasville

Russell P. Jones Roseboro

Ruth Jones Stantonsburg

Royce C. Jordan Vanceboro

Wade H. Jordan, Jr. Edenton

Marie Jowdy Washington

Geneverette Keen Mount Olive

Joan V. Kelly Sanford

Peggy Kennedy Kinston

Carl King Farmville

James L. King Wilmington

Leland King Turkey

Charles Kluttz Henderson

M. ^ William W. Lamm, Jr. Lucama

Sherrod Landing Rocky Mount

Judith Lane Rich Square

Billy B. Laughinghouse Greenville

Julianne Leimone Burgaw

Max Lewis Fremont

Shirley Littlefield Camp Lejeune






SOPHOMORES

Hazel M. Loftin Trenton

Norma Long Nakina

Betty Loughlin Wilmington

Dorothy D. Lucas Farmville

Thomas Ray Lupton Greenville

George F. Lyons Arlington, Va.

Alex Mackie Belhaven

Peggy Madry Scotland Neck

Agnes Faye Mallard Trenton

Peggy Malpass Goldsboro

Edith Ann Mangum Rocky Mount

ElvaRaeMann Nags Head

Margaret Ann Mansfield Edenton

Davfd L. Martin Cramerton

Clara Mason Swanquarter

Edna Massad Benson

Atlee G. Matthews Nashville

Dolores Matthews Henderson

Barbara Mayhew Davidson

John W. McAden, Jr Washington

James S. McCormick Ayden

Sylvia McCoy Snow Hill

Ann McCrary Greenville

George D. McFadyen Wilmington

Donald C. McGlohon Winterville

Jeanette McGlohon Willard

Mark S. McGlohon Winterville

Martha J. McKenzie Salemburg

LaRue McKinney Scranton

Wayne McLamb Newton Grove

Jeanie McLawhon Vanceboro

Kathryn McLawhon Grifton

Agnes McLemore Henderson

Ferrell Memory Clarkton

Dons Messer Dunn

Robert G. Mills Watha

Jean L. Mohorn Enfield

Barbara Moore Raleigh

Evelyn V. Moore Portsmouth, Va.

Lou Moore Durham

John Morgan Lexington

Robert W. Moye Snow Hill

Lois Ann Myers Hoffman

C. Robert Nielson Kinston

Walter Noona, Jr. Norfolk, Va.






...OF 1952

Donnie Norris Tabor City

Sabra Nunalee Currie

Betty Lillian Oakes Hookerton

Betty Ray Outlaw Elizabeth City

Ramcna Outlaw Kinston

Frances Louise Parker Pendleton

Janie Margaret Parker Dunn

Rebecca Ann Pate Chicod

Doris Jean Pearce Wake Forest

Joan D. Pegram Enfield

Dahlia M. Pendergraft Portsmouth, Va.

Robert E. Pennington Rocky Mount

Sarah Perry Colerain

Mary Frances Peterson Kerr

Barbara Jean Phelps Windsor

Mary Lou Phillips Warsaw

Jack Pickett Durham

Thomas E. Pierce Rocky Mount

Mary Ella Pittman Sharpsburg

Laura Frances Pope Coats

Rudolph Pope Pinetops

Joanna Powell Raleigh

E. Matthew Prescott New Bern

Sylvia G. Proctor Rocky Mount

Frances Ann Radcliffe Pantego

Dorothy R. Ragland Oxford

Betty Ramsay Washington

Jessie Ann Rice Sanford

Mary Gwen Richardson Washington

Kathryn Rickards Washington

Barbee Riddick Greenville

Emily Rivenbark Rose Hill

Jenette Rivenbark Watha

Alice J. Roberson Wilson

Janice Ward Roberson Bethel

Weldon D. Robinson Atlantic

James Rogers Albemarle

William B. Rogers Tabor City

Sara Jane Rollins Winterville

Jo Anne Rothrock High Point

Leon Rouse Wilmington

Shelby E. Russ Wilmington

Gene Russell Dover

Edward Rcscoe Salter Atlantic

Eleanor Sanderson Kinston






SOPHOMORES

Lena R. Sanderson Faison

William Sanderson Seven Springs

Mary Elizabeth Sawyer Grantsboro

Ray Sears Greenville

Robert Sears Norfolk, Va.

Josie Ray Sessoms Lumberton

Hampton Sewell Wilmington

Clayton W. Shackelford High Point

Mattie B. Shearin Whitakers

Fred L. Shelby Goldsboro

Janet Shore Fayetteville

William Cecil Simmons Bethel

Lois G. Simpson Morehead City

Anne Vernon Smith Tarboro

Dorothy M. Smith Henderson

Dorothy V. Smith Oak City

Elaine K. Smith Wilmington

Eston C. Smith Wilson

Helen Smith Nakina

Jo Anne Smith Thomasville

Richard T. Smith Wilson

Alston W. Spruill Oriental

Maxine Stanley Elizabeth City

George Starling Roxboro

James E. Stevenson Robersonville

Betty Jean Stidfole Rocky Mount

Edwin C. Sutton Kinston

Geraldine Sutton Mount Olive

R. Elliotte Sutton LaGrange

Betty Ann Swindell Washington

Janet Swinson Mount Olive

Edgar Tadlock Windsor

Lena M. Taylor Sealevel

Glenna Thomas Leaksville

Mary Beth Thomas Broadway

Larry E. Thompson Princeton

Anne Toler Rocky Mount

Elmer H. Tripp Ayden

Letha Trott Stella

George M. Tucker Monroe

Victor J. Tucker Magnolia

William L. Tucker Chicod

Karl Turner Greenville

Lydia Turner Conway

Julian R. Vainright Greenville






...OF 1952

Irma Wainwright Grifton

Jacqueline Waldron Statesville

Lucy Wall Blewett Falls

Rodney N. Walters Wilmington

Betty Jean Warren Robersonville

Phyllis Weaver Hickory

Barbara Weir Lake Waccamaw

Harriet West Sanford

Laura West Warsaw

Delia Frances Westbrook Grantham

Sara Louise Whaley Elizabeth City

Pat White Tarboro

Norwood Whitehurst Greenville

Betty Sue Whitfield Hurdle Mills

Charlotte Whitfield Garland

Vernie Wilder Nashville

Virginia Wilkes Lumberton

Edward Wilkins Lumberton

Florence Williams Washington

Gwendola Williams Oakboro

Howard P. Williams Wilson

James M. Williams Fayetteville

Pete Carl Williams Dover

Robert K. Williams, Jr. Greenville

Ted Williams Wilmington

Carthene Wilson Vanceboro

Judy Winstead Elm City

Monteen Winstead Tabor City

Mary Lou Womble Macclesfield

Nancy Wood Virgilina, Va.

Rosemary Wood Spring Hope

Mamie Wooten Hookerton

Ada Worthington Kinston

India Wright Halifax

William L. Wright Raleigh

Donna Jean Yancey Oxford

Doris Yarborough Prospect Hill

Illiard Yarbrough High Point

Jean Yelverton Stantonsburg

Treva Yow Wilmington






We Were the Freshman of 1952

Imagine our surprise at being called "Mister" and "Miss" when we first came to East Carolina! How wonderful it seemed to be able to smoke, if we wanted to, in just about any place we wanted to except the classrooms and dining hall! How nice it seemed for a complete stranger to greet us on the campus with a smile and a cheery "Hello"!

These were some of the first things we noticed when we came to this beautiful campus. And not only is it one of the most beautiful in the state; it is one of the friendliest in the whole United States.

We remember those first few days, and they have made a lasting impression upon us. It didn't take us long to fall into the swing of things and become a vital part of East Carolina's college atmosphere.

But it wasn't all play, we soon found out. There were those things called classes to attend, and soon as the novelty wore off we pretended to dread them. We struggled through Freshman English and wrote a source theme that we thought could never be written - at least by us.

Many of us saw a college football game for the first time soon after we came here, and what surprised us most about sports, perhaps, was that East Carolina had a dandy baseball club as well as a football team and a basketball team.

We were amazed at the number of extra curricular activities in which we were invited to participate. We had expected to be razzed by upper classmen, but were a little sur- prised when we were accepted into the student body as grown-ups. Everyone treated us as such, and pretty soon any complex that we might have had wore off. We were students of East Carolina College and we loved it.

Our foundations are getting well under way. Many of us have excellent starts, and those among us who need to make corrections still have ample time in which to make them.

East Carolina is a great symbol to us now. It is a symbol of learning, fraternal brotherhood, and love. Sometimes we are rather glad that we have three more years to stay here!






FRESHMAN CLASS

Freshman Class Officers

Mildred Rouse President

C. Robert Neilson Vice-President

Joy Creech Secretary

Anne Hardy Treasurer

NEILSON CREECH HARDY






FRESHMEN

Helen Adams Angier

Patsy Aiken Durham

Faye Albritton Snow Hill

James Alexander Columbia

Dorris E. Alford Manteo

Betty Jean Allen Greenville

Jean Allen Kinston

Joan Allen Greenville

Sidney Allen Greenville

Robert Anderson Apex

Kris Anderson Beach Haven, N.J.

Mary Jane Ange Grimesland

E. C. Averette, Jr. Winterville

Marceline Aycock Black Creek

Aileen Baker Zebulon

James E. Barbour Clayton

James E. Barefoot Dunn

Peggy Barfield Ayden

Dailey Barker Milton

Nan Barnes Goldsboro

Nancy Barnes Seaboard

Russell L. Barnes Winterville

Wilma Barnes Angier

Lynn Batton Louisburg

James Bazemore Rockingham

William Carl Beaman Trenton

Charlie Bedford Pikeville

George W. Beirele Hamburg, N. J.

Dorothy Belch Colerain

David Benton Whiteville

Martha Benton Fayetteville

Joyce C. Berry Roxboro

Swan Berry Englehard

William N. Best Goldsboro

Lois Jean Bland Raleigh

Elbert R. Blanton Teachey

Calla M. Bonner Greenville

Travis Bowen Ayden

Maxine Bowers Draper

Emil S. Boyce Rich Square,

Ruth J. Boyce Tyner

Betty Lois Boyette Selma

Katie C. Boykin Sims

Emma lean Brake Rocky Mount

Patricia Ann Branch Lucama

Henry Braswell Goldsboro

Jeanne S. Briggs Tarboro

Irene Brinn Pinetown

Benjamin W. Britt Mount Olive

Ralph Britt Mount Olive

Nellie Dare Brooks Clarkton

Carolyn Brothers South Mills

Edward Broughton Goldsboro

Emma C. Brown Magnolia






...OF 1952

Joyce Brown Fuquay Springs

Otis C. Brown, Jr Rich Square

Patsy Browne Ramseur

D. Lee Browning Raleigh

J. W. Browning, Jr. Enfield

Frazier Bruton Kinston

Nancy Sue Bruton Candor

Maxine Goodwin Bryan Fayetteville

Hattie Josephine Bryson Apex

Frances Buck Grimesland

Boots Bullard Bladenboro

Anna Frances Bunn Whiteville

Ann Bunting Oak City

Peggy Anne Bunton Reidsville

Bobbie Burch Raleigh

Mary Sue Burch Kenansville

Mary "Lib" Burnett Burgaw

Donald K. Burton Roanoke Rapids

Calvin Butt Hertford

Ann Bynum Farmville

Alfred E. Cahoon Grantsboro

Thomas Cannady Manteo

Ann Carawan Swanquarter

Barbara Jean Cargile Parmele

Anne Carlson Elmhurst, N. Y.

Peggy Jo Carr Clinton

Harriet Carter Fayetteville

Maxine Case Roanoke Rapids

Sarah Casey Goldsboro

Jacqueline Cash Durham

Emma Jane Cauley Kinston

Carolyn Clapp Greenville

Shirley Clark Greenville

Barbara Clements Sanford

Harold Colson Hertford

Joyce Conner Rich Square

Mary Sue Cook Hertford

Wade H. Cooper Raleigh

Alton Cox Cove City

Peggy Anne Cox Richlands

Peggy Cox Greenville

Kathryn Credle Scranton

Louise Credle Scranton

Sally Blane Credle Scranton

Joy Creech Goldsboro

Hilda Crenshaw St. Pauls

Lester Bryant Croom Rocky Mount

Patsy Cummings Macclesfield

Giles Dail, Jr. Kinston

Faye Daniel Nashville

John Robert Davis Rocky Mount

Patricia Dawson Belhaven

Delia L. Dean Oxford

Anna Dickens Nashville






FRESHMEN

Martha Dickson Rose Hill

Dot Dixon Washington

Geraldine Dixon Wallace

James K. Drew, Jr Portsmouth, Va.

Charlie N. Dudley Davis

Jimmy Dunn Ayden

Jean Eason Stantonsburg

Jean Eaton Franklinton

Emily Eaves Henderson

Jane Edwards Chicod

John H. Edwards, Jr. Williamston

Pansy Sue Edwards Chicod

Dennis English Portsmouth, Va.

Irving Ennis Goldsboro

Ruby Epting New Bern

Barbara Sue Ethridge Red Oak

Evelyn R. Eury Concord

James R. Everett, Jr. Williamston

Roger R. Everton Beulaville

Annie Sarah Eves Elizabeth City

Peggy Faircloth Roseboro

Mary Farless Colerain

Dianne Farmer Rocky Mount

Shirley Farrior Morehead City

LaRue Farrow Vanceboro

Alma Faulkner La Grange

Elma Fendley Fayetteville

Janie Ferguson Bolivia

Charlotte Fields Four Oaks

Curtis Grey Fields Pikeville

Carolyn E. Finck Elizabeth City

Gayle Flanagan Farmville

Margaret Elizabeth Fleming Greenville

Hugh M. Flowers Fremont

Fred Floyd Norfolk, Va.

Margareeta Rocky Mount

Peggy Forrest Greenville

Freddie Futreal Chinquapin

Thelma Ruth Gerock Maysville

George G. Gilbert Spindale

Henry Eugene Gilbert, Jr. Bolivia

Norma Jean Godwin Hertford

Jeanne Goff Dunn

Keith Goodson Greenville

Peggy Goodwin Apex

Ann Gosse Washington

Dixie Grady Deep Run

Jean Grady Deep Run






...OF 1952

Julia Ann Graham Fayetteville

Arlene Grantham Goldsboro

Doris Elaine Grantham Morehead City

Joe Gregory Elizabeth City

Edna Joyce Griffn Rocky Mount

Etta Guerrant Henderson

Sue Gulledge Raeford

Norma Guyton Bladenboro

Charlotte G. Hales Stantonsburg

Thomas T. Hall Kinston

Franklin Hamilton Fayetteville

Anne Hardy Maury

Charles Harper La Grange

Dorothy Harper Deep Run

Stan Harper Tarboro

Charles Harrell Middlesex

Mary E. Harrell Hamilton

Jams Ray Harrington Ayden

Clara Mae Harris Elizabeth City

Virginia Dare Harris Littleton

Winnie Rose Harris Washington

Raye Hathaway Farmville

Bessie B. Hathcock Oakboro

John Thomas Hayes Durham

Mary Jane Hayes Rocky Point

Lillian Hayes Goldsboro

Cecil A. Heath Wilmington

Rodney Heath Cove City

Edna Earle Hedgepeth Farmville

Ida Ruth Hedspeth Pendleton

Florence Helms Portsmouth. Va.

James Leroy Henderson Hubert

Mildred Henderson Longhurst

Gay Herring Albertson

Jeannette B. Hester Oxford

Mollie Hester Greenville

R. E. Hicks, Jr Deep Run

Loree Hinnant Kenly

Gladys Mae Hinson Whiteville

Jarahnee T. Hinson Clarendon

Janet Hodges Washington

James F. Holcomb Whiteville

Mary Elizabeth Holden Greenville

Willie E. Holland Wilson

Emiliegh Hollingsworth Kenansville

J. Edwin Holmes Seven Springs

Jean Honeycutt Stedman

Berry House, Jr. Robersonville

Janie House Scotland Neck

Donald E. Howard Pink Hill

George Howard Pink Hill

Lewis S. Howe, Jr. Greenville

Van Carlton Huggins Kinston

James "Pat" Hunt Durham






FRESHMEN

Manly W. Hussy, Jr. Seven Springs

Nora Elizabeth Isles Thelma

Genevieve Ivey Orrum

Edward Earl Jernigan Windsor

Larry C. Jernigan Dunn

Marion Glyn Jessup Wallace

Ann Johnson Goldsboro

Carolyn Johnson Elizabeth City

Eleanor Jones Greensboro

Jesse B. Jones Ayden

Linda Jones Snow Hill

Nanette Jones Columbia

William C. Jones, Jr. Littleton

Nick Kanos Fayettesville

Martha Jane Kanoy Thomasville

Theron C. Keen Newton Grove

William W. Keenan Norfolk, Va.

Jean C. Kemp Louisburg

Nancy Kesler Fuquay Springs

Anne Keziah Greenville

Sylvia Kidd Portsmouth, Va.

Claude King Wilmington

Donald A. King Goldsboro

Kent King Kinston

Laura Ann Kirven Sumter, S.C.

Coletta Mae Lahr Greenville

Barbara Ann Lamm Lucama

Gerald Lamm Lucama

Maurice Lancaster Fayetteville

MelvinLang Ayden

Edwin M. Lanier Chinquapin

Jean Lassiter Four Oaks

Jimmy Lassiter Raleigh

Etta Lawrence Apex

Theodessa Ledbetter Hendersonville

Ned F. Lee Benson

Nell Lee Williamston

Janet Lewis Knightdale

Clara May Liles Garland

Willa Dean Lindsay Clinton

Mildred Lipe Davidson

Rex Delmos Little Freeland

Ruth Branch Little Winterville

Offie Lockemy Henderson

Nevelle Lovelace Wendell

Joanne E. Lucas New Bern

Frances Malpass Goldsboro

Dalton Mann Mann's Harbor

Mildred Manning Bailey

Janice Markham Elizabeth City

T. Frances Marshbourne Spring Hope






...OF 1952

Julius C. Martin Robersonville

Walter T. Martin, Jr. Williamston

Joe V. Mason Atlantic

Emil Massad Benson

Edgar H. Matthews Raleigh

Barbara Mayes Four Oaks

Jannette McCain Kinston

Shirley McCoy Cove City

Marjorie Faye McDougald Raeford

Marilyn McGimsey Lenoir

Nina Lou McGowan Greenville

William H. McWilliams Aurora

R. K. Medlin Zebulon

Charles Meekins Stumpy Point

Frank Melvin New Bern

Joyce Mendenhall Bear Grass

Marion Mercer Nakina

Norval R. Messick Greenville

Gordon Miller Elizabeth City

Ida Clyde Mills Ayden

Jasper Lee Mills, Jr. Greenville

Charles Lynwood Minshew Fremont

Anne Troy Mitchell Fairmont

Frances Mixon Washington

Jackie Mize Clinton

Sally Alford Moody Townsville

Nancy Lee Moore Farmville

Maidred Morris Kenly

Nell Mumford Grifton

Joyce Murdock Durham

Celia Mae Murphy Pink Hill

Lynnette Murphy Rose Hill

Kenneth Neal Goldsboro

Alma Nelson Washington

Arden Newbould Goldsboro

Belinda Newsome Fremont

Melvin Newsome Fremont

Sue Carl Oswald Wallace

Mary Jo Outland Woodland

Robert C. Owen Roseboro

Maxie Owens Elizabeth City

Kathleen Ownley Elizabeth City

Patsy Pappendick Elizabeth City

Edna E. Paramore Chocowinity

Alma Joyce Paromore Winterville

Carol Jean Parker Woodland

Jennie Lee Patrick Pantego

Lois Patterson Vanceboro

Harriet Peele Williamston

David Pennington Lucama

Janice Penny Raleigh

William A. Penuel Goldsboro

Carole Pippin Farmville

Robert Piatt Williamston






FRESHMEN

Rebecca Gail Plemmons Charlotte

Miriam Preast Hobgood

Irvin Price Tarboro

John Price, Jr. Tarboro

Jeannette Priddy Mount Airy

Mattie Ruth Proctor Pinetops

Iris Rabon Southport

Michael Franklin Raynor Dunn

Douglas Rawlings, Jr. Petersburg. Va.

Delphia T. Rawls Robersonville

Helen Redditt Aurora

Curtis L. Register Cove City

Amanda Reynolds Columbia

Donald Rhodes Windsor

Pat Rhodes Mooresville

Jimmy Richardson Rocky Mount

Nancy Evelyn Wilson

Everette Roebuck Farmville

Percy E. Rogerson Hertford

William L. Rollins, Jr. Greenville

William Howard Rooks Turkey

George Rose Newton Grove

Bourbon Rouse Kinston

Mildred Joyce Rouse Kinston

Alice F. Royal Clinton

Mitchell Saieed Greenville

Nancy E. Sanderson Raleigh

William B. Sanderson Magnolia

Allen Sawyer Elizabeth City

Charlotte Sawyer Elizabeth City

Jackie Sears Greenville

Sally Sedgewick Elizabeth City

Ellen Sellers Washington

Frances Sigmon Greenville

Ann Siler Siler City

Mary Jane Simmons Bessemer City

Paul L. Singleton Plymouth

Carolyn Smith Fremount

Creola Smith Whiteville

Grace Irene Smith Willard

Guilford C. Smith, Jr. Greenville

Joyce Smith Greenville

Lou Ella Smith Seven Springs

Melba Smith Kinston

Patsy Smith Greenville

Ted P. Smith Roxboro

William E. Smith Goldsboro

William Spencer Draper

Jean Spencer Swan Quarter

Ray Spires Portsmouth, Va.

Mattie Stancil Greenville

Lottie Mae Stephens Washington

Jean Kathryn Stephenson Seaboard

Mary A. Stephenson Como

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...OF 1952

Bermey Stevens Tabor City

Nancy L. Stevens Aurora

Edward Stokes Ayden

Jewelle Stokes Greenville

Walter Clyde Stranghan Rotky Mount

Glenn Strickland Bell Arthur

Amos Stroud Kinston

Merle Sugg Kinston

Leonard Sullivan Bath

Rona Summerfield Wilson

Billie Dale Summerlin Mount Olive

Anne Sutton Greenville

Betty F. Sutton Greenville

Charlie Anne Sutton Greenville

Earline Taft Elizabeth City

Betty Talley Buies Creek

Norwood Talton Pikeville

David Terry Raleigh

Robert F. Thomas Henderson

Jeanette Thomas Williamston

Sara Thompson Goldsboro

Jean Thorne Wilson

Frances Thornton Newton Grove

Henry B. Thorpe, Jr. Rocky Mount

Mona J. Toler Washington

Harold D. Tripp Grifton

Hazel Garris Tripp, Jr. Greenville

Veryl Trueblood Goldsboro

Nancy Tugwell Walstonburg

Betty Joan Turner Kinston

Shirley Tyndall Kenansville

R. M. Underhill Selma

Betty Helene Vaughan Elm City

Lou Ella Vaughan Lasker

Herman Vinson Clayton

Betty Rose Walker Whiteville

Helen Walters Rocky Mount

Sara Walters Fuquay Springs

Harriet Ward Williamston

Janet Ward Seven Springs

Janet Waters Greenville

Betty Gwyn Watson New Bern

Robert Watson Greenville

Shelton Weaver Mount Olive

James Boyd Webb Gastonia

James Webster Creedmoor

Jean Wells Wallace

Charles Wentz Asheboro

Charles B. West Dunn

Margie West Stantonsburg

Hilda Westbrook Goldsboro

J. Harper Wetherington Kinston

Billy Carlye White Dover

Bettie Carolyn Whitfield Wallace






FRESHMEN OF 1952

Mary Lee Whitfield Hurdle Mills

Rachel J. Whitfield Kinston

Ruth Whitford Ayden

Josephine Whitley Washington

Mozelle Whitley Nashville

Rebecca Whittington Coats

Carol Wiggins Rocky Mount

Jane Wiggins Tyner

Percy Wilkins, Jr. Benson

Ann Williams Wilmington

Grover Williams Seven Springs

Mary Ann Williams Newton Grove

Trudy Williams Wallace

Sue Williamson Southport

Susie Williamson Whiteville

Carolyn Willis Marshallberg

Joyce Anne Willis Davis

Sherrill Willis Coats

Ivadean Wilson Manteo

Jane M. Wilson Louisburg

Burwell R. Winslow Belvidere

Barbara Ann Woodcock Garland

Ann Woolard Elizabeth City

Mavis Worsley Greenville






CLARINET QUARTET

BRASS SEXTET

The department of music realizes the need for more small ensemble groups performing chamber music on the concert stage and in the home.

RECITALS

Recital attendance and participation are required of all music majors; here students have the opportunity each week to hear various performances by their colleagues. Formal evening recitals are given by those students who qualify and are recommended by the faculty.






...the arms are fair

When the intent of bearing them is just."

-SHAKESPEARE











Front Row, Left to Right: Maj. James N. McDill, Supply Officer; Capt. William R. Young, Adjutant; Maj. Lomax L. May, Professor of Air Science and Tactics; Mai. Alfred E. Baucom, Operations and Training Officer; 1st Lt. William R. Roney, Tactical Officer. Back Row: T'Sgt. Robert Spicer, Sergeant-Major; M/Sgt. Ira H. Barry, Instructor; S/Sgt. Floyd F. Freeman, Jr., Administrative Assistant. Not Pictured: M/Sgt. William Wise, Supply Sergeant; M/Sgt. Herbert H. Sails, Operations and Training Assistant.

U.S. AIR FORCE ROTC

The United States Air Force ROTC unit at East Carolina, activated in 1948, has fast become an integral factor in the educational process of many young men in the college. Of a coeducational enrollment of approximately 2,000 students, more than 400 of the men have included Air Science and Tactics in their curricula and are working for a com- mission in the United States Air Force Re- serve. This number represents roughly 40 per cent of the male enrollment figure of the college.

This year, in addition to the basic and advanced courses, Flight Operations has been offered. This course is taught on the advanced level to those qualified men who definitely plan to enter flight training upon their entrance into active duty.

Students who complete both the basic and advanced divisions are, upon recommenda- tion of the Professor of Air Science and Tactics and concurrence by the President of the college, given commissions in the grade of second lieutenant in the Air Force Reserve.






Students who are designated Distinguished Military Graduates by the Professor of Air Science and Tactics may apply for a com- mission in the regular Air Force.

Members of the unit enrolled in the advanced division receive commutation in lieu of subsistence at the rate of 90 cents per day from the date of enrollment to the date of graduation.

Many graduates of the unit here are now serving on active duty stations and in over-

seas theaters as pilots, navigators, and administrative officers. They are making good records for themselves, and all of them praise the value of ROTC training.

Every year, a military ball is held on the campus. This ball, sponsored by the Cadet Officers Club, is a strictly formal affair, and is one of the biggest events of the year at the college. The third annual military ball was held March 14, 1952, in the Wright Building.

Front Row: Cadet Col. James T. Hudson, Group Commander. Second Row, Left to Right: Cadet Lt. Col. Floyd C Williams, Group Adjutant; Cadet Lt. Col. Alfred L. Smith, Group Executive Officer. Third Row: Cadet Lt. Col. Kenneth H. Kennedy, Commander Squadron A; Cadet Lt. Col. Carson A. Blue, Commander Squadron B; Cadet Lt. Col. Robert A. Robinson, Commander Squadron C; Cadet Lt. Col. Stanley T. Smith, Commander Squadron D.
















AROTC Drum and Bugle Corps

Leadership, drill, and exercise of command are held each Thursday from 1200 to 1300 hours on the drill field. Here basic students are taught the elementary fundamentals of drill, and advanced students are given a chance to become proficient in the capacity of drill instructors. The snappy Drum and Bugle Corps, shown above, and the Color Guard, pictured below, lend color and martial atmosphere to every drill period.

The Drum and Bugle Corps consists of 26 pieces. Its drum major is Cadet S/Sgt. Allen Sawyer.

AROTC Color Guard











"In doing we learn."

-GEORGE HERBERT











STUDENT

GOVERNMENT

ASSOCIATION

Every student at East Carolina College is a member of the Student Government Association. The officers of the SGA, shown on this page, and the members of the Student Legislature, pictured on the opposite page, are the representative voice of the student body.

The officers of the Student Government Association are chosen by popular vote in the annual campus elections held each March. Members of the Student Legislature automatically have seats in that body by virtue of their having been elected to offices in various clubs and activities on the campus.

The Student Legislature is divided into several standing committees, some of which are pictured on pages 100 and 101.

As prescribed by the constitution, the Legislature goes into session every Wednesday night during the regular school year, with the exception of the first Wednesday of each month, at which time the Executive Council meets to consider pertinent problems before they are presented to the Legislature.

CHARLES C. SELF, President

The existence of the SGA and its governing body, the Student Legislature, is positive proof that democracy can and does work at East Carolina.

ARTHUR JOHNSON First Vice-Presdient CECIL WINSLOW Second Vice-President SARA JO HEGE Secretary

THRONTON L. STAPLES Treasurer SADIE MINSHEW First Assistant Treasurer ROBERT W. WECHTER Historian DR. CLINTON PREWETT Faculty Advisor






Otis G. Bain, Jr.

Robert O. Bradley

Ann Butler

Robert K. Butler

Jennie Cannon

Marshall Carr

Frances Douglas

Dowdy Hardy

Albert L. Harrington

Elizabeth Hedgepeth

Sarah Jane Hester

Bobby Hodges

Alec J. Hurst, Jr.

Priscilla Hynson

Garland Jackson

Catherine Johnson

John Kennedy

Evelyn Littleton

Tommie Lupton

Robert Maness

James D. Mellon, Jr.

Vivian Mercer

Barbara Moore

Sarah Peedin

Shirley Pilkinton

Herbert B. Rennie, Jr.

Lucy Robertson

Mildred Rouse

William H. Rowland

Jerome Sandford

Ray Sears

Charles A. Shackelford

Betty Ann Shaw

Dwight Shoe

Alfred Smith

Margie Smith

George Starling

Doris Strickland

Jeannette Tillett

Janie Watson

Anne Whitehurst

Dorothy Whitely

Lloyd Whitfield

Floyd Williams

Edwin B. Yarbrough






Pictured above is the Executive Council of the Student Legislature. Many important questions, requests, and grievances concerning the student body are referred to this board before being passed on to the Student Legislature. The President of the Student Government Association serves as Chairman ex officio. Other members include the First and Second Vice-Presidents, and Treasurer of the SGA, the Chairman of the Men's Judiciary, the Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Women's Judiciary, and the editors of the two student publications.

MENS JUDICIARY

ROBERT K. BUTLER, Chairman

WOMEN'S JUDICIARY

SARAH PEEDIN, Chairman






The Budget Committee, pictured at the left, above, is perhaps the most important committee of the Student Legislature inasmuch as it controls the purse strings of the SGA. The Treasurer of the SGA serves as Chairman ex officio. Other members include the First and Second Assistant Treasurers of the SGA and six members-at-large from the Student Legislature.

Pictured above at the right is the Social Committee, of which Alec J. Hurst, Jr., is Chairman. Its primary function is the providing of social activities for the student body.

AWARDS COMMITTEE

JOHN R KENNEDY, Chairman

ELECTIONS COMMITTEE

JEANNETTE TILLETT, Chair

HANDBOOK COMMITTEE

SARAH PEEDIN, Chairman






PHI SIGMA PI

Knowledge...Training

...Fellowship

Phi Sigma Pi is founded on the basis of high scholarship and with the avowed purpose of advancing educational ideals. It is social only inasmuch as it exists to meet the needs of close fellowship and social intercourse among men of like interests in teacher-training institutions.

The field of service for this fraternity is found in the following statements:

1 . It is for college men in undergraduate schools.

2. It is professional in purpose, dealing with problems of teacher training.

3. It emphasizes high scholarship.

4. It is organized only in teacher-training institutions.

Membership in this fraternity recognizes one as a man of high scholarship. To achieve and maintain high scholarship requires courage, integrity, and good judgment.

TAU CHAPTER OFFICERS

Albert L. Harrington President

Robert D. Bass, J. Vice-President

Alec J. Hurst, Jr. Secretary

Arthur Johnson Treasurer

Albert B. Auerback and Dennis R. Smith Sergeants-at-Arms

Dr. Richard C. Todd Chapter Adviser






TAU CHAPTER

Left /o Right: Albert B. Auerback, Otis G. Bain, Jr., Robert D. Bass, Jr., Henry C. Bruton, Thomas G. Bullock, Julian R. Butler, Robert K. Butler Second Row: Herbert R. Carlton, Jr., Charles Cherry, John Tomlinson Cox, Hugh Donald Cox, McDonald Eure, Charles Garland, Philip R. Gorham Third Row: Bernard Ham, Albert L. Harrington, Alec J. Hurst, Jr., Russell Jarrett, Arthur Johnson, Roland F. Jones, Jr., John Robert Kluttz Fourth Row: Billy Laughinghouse, Francis H. Madigan, William N. Mason, Alford McDaniel, William B. McDonald, Wade McDougald, Elwood V. Meadows Fifth Row: James D. Mellon, Jr., Preston O. Ragan, Herbert B. Rennie, Jr., John Edgar Rich, Charles T. Robbins, Jr., Robert A. Robinson, William H. Rowland Sixth Row: Augustine J. Russo, Jr., Mitchell Saieed, James E. Salter, Jerome Sandford, Charles C. Self, Charles A. Shackelford, Charles Dwight Shoe Seventh Row: Dennis R. Smith, Winfred Sorrell, Thornton L. Staples, Kenneth Stargardt, Lloyd Whitfield, Edwin B. Yarbrough, Dr. Richard C. Todd, Chapter Adviser.






PI OMEGA PI

Loyalty...Service

...Progress

The Beta Kappa Chapter of Pi Omega Pi was established at East Carolina College February 12, 1944. Membership is limited to business education majors with superior standing in education and business education. The primary purpose of the fraternity is to teach the ideal of service.

BETA KAPPA CHAPTER OFFICERS

Shirley Pilkinton President

Vance Lockamy Vice-President

Ann Baysden Secretary

Mark Moore Treasurer

Peggy Nash and Cleon Avery Lincke Co-Historians

Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey Chapter Adviser






BETA KAPPA CHAPTER

First Row, Left to Right: Grace Baker, Vergie Barefoot, Ann Baysden, Mattie Fay Brown, Mavis Lee Brown.

Second Row: Emma Calfee, Maggie Gatlin, Delbert Hatch, Louisiana Hurdle, Irene Lee.

Third Row: Cleon Avery Lincke, Vance M. Lockamy, Jr., Jewell McCoy, Hettie Lee McPhail, Rachel Modlin.

Fourth Row: Mark Moore, Peggy Nash, Herman Phelps, Shirley Pilkinton, Ivey D. Piner.

Fifth Row: Mary Edna Stocks, Paul Weeks, Lynne West, Alfred Wetherington, Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey, Chapter Adviser.






SIGMA PI ALPHA

Sigma Pi Alpha is a national honorary language fraternity, founded in 1926 at North Carolina State College. Its main objective is to stimulate an interest in and acquire a more intimate knowledge of the language, people, customs, and culture of foreign countries.

The following are advantages of membership in this fraternity:

1. An increased interest and pleasure in the study of foreign language.

2. An improvement in both general and linguistic scholarship.

3. A broadening of the cultural viewpoint and a deepening of the sympathies of language students.

4. An opportunity for wholesome entertainment and a healthy social life for students, faculty, and other interested persons.

PHI SIGMA CHAPTER OFFICERS

Priscilla Hynson President

Dorothy Bradshaw Vice-President

Joyce Proctor Secretary

Anne Warren Treasurer

Mrs. George Perry and Mr. James L. Fleming Faculty Advisers






PHI SIGMA CHAPTER

First Row, Left to Right: Dorothy Bradshaw, Annie Lou Butts, Rosemary Canady, Van Dyke Hatch, Carolyn Hines.

Second Row: Priscilla Hynson, Julianne Leimone, Evelyn Littleton, Edna Massad, LaRue McKinney.

Third Row: Hettie Lee McPhail, Nell Murphy, Joyce Proctor, Dorothy Pugh, James Rickards.

Fourth Row: Ann Warren, Paul Weeks, Clyde White, Vernie Wilder, Al Williams.

Fifth Row:- Florence Williams, Mrs. Marguerite Austin Perry, Faculty Adviser; Mr. James L. Fleming, Faculty Adviser.






Y. W. C. A.

The Y has become a symbol of worship, recreation, and good clean fun for all who wish to participate. Our special holiday services, as well as the regular Thursday night vesper services, have become traditions on campus. This year we have worked, with the help of several alumnae associations, to make the Y-Hut more comfortable and attractive. As our purpose declares: "We unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God."

OFFICERS

Margie Smith President

Anne Osborne Vice-President

Alice Jackson Secretary

Anne Butler Treasurer

The Young Men's Christian Association on campus works with the parent organization in seeking to reach students who are not Christians and help them to discover that the way of Christ is the only way to live an effective and satisfying life. The main attraction of the program of the Y.M.C.A. is the Thursday evening vesper services. The Y members lend aid in the registration of freshmen, they take part in Religious Emphasis Week, gives presents to a family at Christmas, and undertake various other such projects in the service of God.

OFFICERS

Dwight Shoe President

Charles Cherry Vice-President

Mark H. Moore Secretary

Carl Willis Treasurer

Y. M. C. A.






COMMERCE CLUB

The purpose of the Commerce Club is to acquaint the students of the business education department with one another, to fester interest in the business occupation and in business teaching, and to work together for the mutual interest and benefits of its members and of the business education department as a whole. OFFICERS

Alfred Smith President

Hugh Donald Cox Vice-President

Maggie Gatlin Secretary

Paul Weeks Treasurer

Recognizing the need for the advancement of Industrial Arts in Eastern North Carolina, and desiring to promote greater interest and fellowship among students of the Industrial Arts Department of East Carolina College, the Industrial Arts students with thirteen charter members and their instructors, Bing and Powell, formed the Industrial Arts Club in the fall quarter of 1949. The club has sponsored the repair of toys at Christmas time for under-privileged children, it sponsored the trophy for the best-decorated dormitory at Homecoming; and has acted in various other activities which were of aid to the student body and the school.

OFFICERS

Marshall Carr President

Johnny Rich Vice-President

Marvin Parsons Treasurer

Bill Adams Secretary

INDUSTRIAL ARTS






HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

The East Carolina Home Economics Club is still holding its record as the largest college Home Ec. Club in North Carolina. Activities of the year included various parties, sponsoring a Bazaar, and active participation of all members on programs and committees. The Province III Workshop for College Home Economics Clubs which was held in Clemson, S. C. was attended by: Emily Faircloth. Betty A. Shaw, Dr. Bessie McNeil, and Alice Strawn.

OFFICERS

Betty Anne Shaw President

Emily Faircloth Vice-President

Mary O. Owen Secretary

Catherine Hill Treasurer

Dr. Bessie McNiel

Departmental Head

The Student Science Club of East Carolina College has as its purpose the bringing together of those students interested in science; the promoting of a broader interest in scientific fields and the development cf greater knowledge of a scientific world. Each year the club sponsors a mobile program which travels to surrounding cities presenting lectures and demonstrations. An annual trip is made by club members to some place of scientific interest each spring.

OFFICERS

Jennie Cannon President

Hilton Biggs Vice-President

Dolores Eisele Sec. and Treasurer

Waylon Upchurch

Public Relations

SCIENCE CLIB






ENGLISH CLUB

The English Club, the oldest departmental club on the campus, celebrated its twenty-seventh anniversary this year. It was organized "to promote the cause of good English on the campus, to further interest in good literature," and to give English majors and minors the opportunity to know one another.

OFFICERS

Garland E. Jackson, Jr. President

Mark H. Moore Vice-President

Betty Poole Secretary

Geraldine Sutton Treasurer

At our meetings we have an opportunity to share mutual interests and compare ideas on mathematics. Our monthly puzzles, planned entertainment, and guest speakers help us stress the vital importance of mathematics to everyone's education and way of living. On Awards Day, the most outstanding mathematics student of the year is presented an award.

OFFICERS

Floyd C. Williams President

Everett Whitley Vice-President

Russell Jarrett Secretary-Treasurer

Dr. W. S. Krausnick and

Mrs. Jas. Fleming Club Advisers

MATHEMATICS CLUB






International Relations Club

The International Relations Club is the only organization on campus that devotes its time exclusively to the study of national and international problems. Students as well as out-of-town guests are participants in the club's monthly sessions. Forums, discussions, talks and commentaries on world affairs all go into the planning of the program.

OFFICERS

Evelyn Littleton President

Charles Robbins Vice-President

Mary Ann Oates Secretary-Treasurer

Young Republicans Club

Political minded students of the Young Republicans Club on our campus are doing all they can to stimulate more interest in better government here on our campus. The club holds monthly meetings and brings to the students interesting speakers from the political world. It takes an active part in the support of the Republican Party.

OFFICERS

Rudolph Alexander President

Joseph Stroud Vice-President

Doris Strickland Secretary

Bob Hughes Treasurer

Young Democrats Club

The purpose of the Young Democrats Club is to stimulate in the students an interest in better government and to encourage more active participation in politics. The club does not endorse any particular candidate for nomination in the bi-annual Democratic Primaries; its support goes to the Democratic nominee in the fall elections. The YDC supports the platform of the Democratic Party at all times.

OFFICERS

Charles Shackelford President

Lawrence Downing Vice-President

LaRue McKinney Secretary

Sadie Deans Minshew Treasurer






Association For Childhood Education

The Association for Childhood Education is a student branch of the International organization open to all students interested in the welfare of children. This organization encourages everyone to love and understand children. "Come on gang, let's go play with those children," is a feeling often expressed by members of this Club.

OFFICERS

Dowdy Hardy President

Ethel Parks Vice-President

Janice Meekins Secretary

Anne Whitehurst Treasurer

The Robert H. Wright Chapter of Future Teachers of America, organized in 1939, engages in many educational and community projects This organization endeavors to promote interest in the teaching profession, and to acquaint young people with the ethics, history, and programs of the North Carolina Education Association and the National Education Association.

OFFICERS

Sarah Jane Hester President

Gertrude Watts Vice-President

Peggy Harper Secretary

Lula Mae Chamblee Treasurer

Miss E. Hooper Faculty Adviser

Future Teachers Of America






VETERAN'S CLUB

The Veteran's Club is a social organization for all ex-servicemen interested in furthering friendships and performing worthwhile duties for the college. The club has a banquet once every quarter which promotes a fraternal feeling among its members. Plans are now being made for the erection of a Victory Bell which will sound the victories of the East Carolina Pirates in every sports endeavor throughout the coming years.

OFFICERS

Otis G. Bain, Jr. President

Neil Ragan Vice-President

Jack Rennie Secretary

Herb Carlton Treasurer

The Circle "K" Club is made up of men who are considered to have the qualities of leadership, scholarship and citizenship at East Carolina. Two representatives of the club were sent to St. Louis, Mo., this past summer to attend the Kiwanis International Convention where they took part in the organization of a Circle "K" International. Other activities on campus this year included a dance, Red Cross solicitations, joint sponsorship of the annual "Duck Derby," and participation in a minstrel show sponsored by the Greenville Kiwanis Club. The Circle "K" Club is sponsored by the Greenville Kiwanians.

OFFICERS

Bob Robinson President

Otis G. Bain Vice-President

Al Smith Secretary

Jimmie Mellon Treasurer

Dr. J. Reynolds Faculty Sponsor

CIRCLE "K" CLUB






Teachers Playhouse

The Teachers Playhouse has as its purpose to encourage dramatic arts at East Carolina College and to give students of the college an opportunity to participate in dramatic productions of educational and cultural worth. Its primary belief is that dramatics should and does have a part in the educational system for the college student.

OFFICERS

Lloyd Whitfield President

Barbara Eisele Vice-President

Catherine Stephenson Secretary

Mary Ann Oates Treasurer

Jarvis Forensic Club

The purpose of the Jarvis Forensic Club is to foster the furtherment of interest in public speaking of all natures, debates, and orations. The club takes great pride in upholding the right of freedom of speech of the individual and those democratic principles which are a part of our great American heritage.

OFFICERS

Ray Sears President

Marie Prater Vice-President

Betty Sue Branch Secretary-Treasurer

Donald Gaylor Parliamentarian

E. P. 0. Club

The E.P.O. Club is a service and brotherhood club for young men attending East Carolina College. It was organized and initiated on our campus during the school year '51-'52. Its aim and purpose is to create a feeling of brotherhood among the members of the club and to leave the mark of their service at East Carolina.

OFFICERS

Bob Hughes President

George Tucker Vice-President

Charlie Fishel Secretary

Preston Emerson Treasurer






INTER-RELIGIOUS COUNCIL

The council is made up of a representative and an adviser of each religious group represented on the campus. It works co-operatively with the Director of Religious Activities at encouraging students of every denomination to participate more fully in all phases of religious activities. The council sponsors a weekly chapel service of meditation and worship.

"To live a life that would be an example to other students here on the campus," is what the members of the Free Will Baptist Fellowship strive to do. This club works hand in hand with other religious organizations in conducting Religious Emphasis Week.

The Westminister Fellowship, which is the Presbyterian student organization on campus, offers Christian fun and fellowship, interesting programs, vespers and suppers to students of any denomination. The group meets each Monday evening to enjoy and be enlightened by well-planned programs, which are prepared by the members, under the guidance of the Presbyterian pastor and his wife.

OFFICERS

Jack Painter President

Waylon Upchurch Vice-President

Janet Kirkland Secretary

Robert Selby Treasurer

Dr. Robert L. Holt Director

OFFICERS

Matthew Prescott President

Faye Mallard Vice-President

Joyce Calhoun Secrertary-Treasurer

OFFICERS

Janet Kirkland President

Grace Giles Vice-President

Catherine Stephenson Secretary

Hilton Biggs Treasurer

Free Will Baptist

Westminister Fellowship






Southern Baptist

The various religious organizations on the campus furnish spiritual inspiration to the students of all faiths. Through membership in these clubs they can worship and enjoy fellowship with other members of their faith while away from home.

Catholic Club

Wesleyan Foundation

Canterbury Club






Pictured above is the College Choir, which is under the direction of Dr. Karl V. Gilbert.

MUSIC

The department of music is establishing itself as one of the leading institutions in the training of teachers, performers, conductors, and church choir directors or organists. Our graduates hold fine positions throughout the state and are serving in many capacities with good records. The department is an associate member of the National Association of Schools for Music.

Musical equipment at East Carolina is of the finest, with many band and orchestral instruments available for student use in practice and performance. The department has a new three-manual Tellers organ, and there is available a new Wurlitzer electric organ. Most of the fifty pianos at the college are new.

Designed to meet the needs of all students, our curriculum is rich and varied. The degrees offered include the Bachelor of Science with a major in general or instrumental music, a Bachelor of Arts with a major in music, and a Master of Arts with a major in education and music.

All students have the advantage of membership in various musical organizations on the campus, which include the College Choir, Women's Chorus, College Singers, Varsity Men's Glee Club, Concert Band, Marching Band, and the College Orchestra. These groups give performances throughout the year and afford the students excellent musical experience.






THE COLLEGE SINGERS

Under the direction of Mr. Dan E. Vornholt

THE VARSITY GLEE CLUB

Under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert

THE WOMEN'S CHORUS

Under the direction of Mr. Dan E. Vornholt

THE MUSIC EDUCATION CLUB

George Starling, President






EAST CAROLINA BAND

Whether at the stadium or on the concert stage, the East Carolina Band, pictured above, is a pride of the college. Its director is Mr. Herbert Carter of the Music Department faculty.

EAST CAROLINA ORCHESTRA

East Carolina College furnishes most of the personnel and equipment for the orchestra, which is a member of the American Symphony Orchestra League. It is composed of students, faculty members, and townspeople of the college community. The orchestra is under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert, who is head of the college music department.






PUBLICATIONS BOARD

Seated, Left to Right: Thomas R. Lupton, Dr. John D. Messick, and Charles A. Shackelford.

Standing: Roy R. Creech, Annie Lou Butts, Miss Mary H. Greene, and Dr. Leo. W. Jenkins.

Members Not Pictured: Dr. John 0. Reynolds and Dr. Clinton Prewett.

Publications






CHARLES A. SHACKLEFORD Editor

ROY R. CREECH

Business Manager

TECOAN

Here, on this and the opposite page, are the members of the staff of the 1952 edition. Literally hundreds of man-hours of work have been put forth by these people, and the only reward hoped for is unanimous acceptance by the student body of this "pride and joy" of the staff, the 1952 Tecoan.

On the opposite page, in the upper left corner, is a group shot of the business staff. In the upper right corner is a shot of the editorial staff. Left center is pictured Elizabeth Pate, Managing Editor, and right center is Julian "Budah" Butler, Sports Editor. In the lower left corner, members of both staffs are shown working, and in the lower right corner, one of the dozens of problems that popped up is being ironed out.

Dr. G.W. KNIPP Editorial Adviser

DR. JOHN O. REYNOLDS Financial Adviser











TOMIIE R. LUPTON Editor

ANNIE LOU BUTTS Business Manager

TECO ECHO

BUSINESS STAFF

Left to Right: Marty MocArthur, Mary Gillette, Grace Baker, Grace Sanderson. Seated: Annie Lou Butts.






Pictured above is the Teco Echo editorial staff.

EDITORIAL STAFF

Tommie Lupton Editor-in-Chief

Barbara Grimes Managing Editor

Margaret Fleming, Edwina McMullan Assistant Editors

Janice Hardison Feature Editor

Miss Mary Greene Editorial Adviser

Lloyd Whitfield Sports Editor

Jack Scott Assistant Sports Editor

Annie Lou Butts Business Manager

Edna Massad Assistant Business Manager

TWENTY-SIX YEARS OF NEWS

The TECO ECHO, student newspaper of East Carolina College, celebrated its twenty-sixth anniversary, its first issue having been circulated on the campus December 19, 1925. In its second year as a weekly, the paper has attempted to maintain high standards of journalistic technique and present to the campus a newspaper worthy of being published at East Carolina. The TECO ECHO has striven to present in readable form a clear view of the stream of life at East Carolina; reporting news events, interpreting on the editorial page, evaluating our sports achievements, and always searching for opportunities to improve itself and the college.

The TECO ECHO has received many honors through the years from the Associated Collegiate Press and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. It has become established on the campus as the voice of the students and as an outlet of expression to lovers of journalism.






Becky Holcomb Hughes, '51 MAY QUEEN

Ramona Sawyer, MAID OF HONOR

"The desire for fame

tempts even the noble minds."

-St. Augustine











MARSHALS...

Left of Bannister, Left to Right: Rachel E. Wallace, Anne Whitehurst, Sarah L. Jackson. Sitting on Steps, Left to Right - First Row: Mary Sue Bagley, Dorothy Bradshaw. Second Row: Elizabeth Gaddy, Joyce Adams. Third Row: Jane Ellen Brown.






Ninteen Hundred Fifty-Two

Sitting on Steps, Left to Right - First Row: Dorothy L. Boyette, Janet Tyson. Second Row: Patricia Bundy, Delia Davenport. Third Row: Beth Baker. Right of Bannister, Left to Right: Peggy Harper, Catherine Hill, Jeannette Tillett.






MISS DOROTHY JENNINGS

MISS JOYCE BRANCH

The Essence

MISS MARY OLIVE OWENS

MISS CAROLYN EISELE






MISS JAN HARDY

MISS JANET TYSON

of Venus

MISS MILDRED COLE

MISS JANET TYSON

MISS MAIDRED MORRIS






JOYCE PROCTOR

JOHN ROBERT KLUTTZ

WHO'S WHO

Among Students in American

Universities and Colleges

Left Panel, Top to Bottom: Robert K. Butler, Edwin B. Yarborough, June Pritchard

JERONE SANFORD

LUCY ROBERTSON






DAVID E. JONES

SARAH PEEDIN

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges is an annual publication containing brief biographical sketches of outstanding students in universities and colleges throughout the United States. The number of students selected for the publication is based on enrollment figures; the percentage of selectees is the same for all colleges and universities.

Selection is made on the basis of the student's excellence and sincerity in scholarship, his leadership and participation in extra-curricular and academic activities, his citizenship and service to the school, and his promise of future usefulness to business and society.

Right Panel, Top to Bottom: Robert W. Wechter, Catherine John, Margie Smith

ALEC J. HURST, JR.

JAMES D. MELLON,






DOWDY HARDY

ARUTHUR H. JOHNSON

WHO'S WHO

Left Panel, Top to Bottom: Albert L. Harrington, Thornton L. Staples and Sadie Deans Minshew, Cecil E. Winslow.

ANNIE LOU BUTTS

ROBERT A. ROBINSON






CHARLES A. STRICKLAND

JANET TYSON

Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

Right Panel, Top to Bottom: Dwight Show, Charles C. Shelf and Sara Jo Hege, Alfred Smith.

FLOYD C. WILLIAMS

BETTY ANN SHAW
















"All for one, one for all,

that is our device"

-DUMAS











Pictured in the photo on the left are the honorary co-captains of the 1951 Buc football team. Left to right: Doc Smith, outstanding offensive tackle; Jesse Aldridge, a defensive standout at guard ; and Dwight Shoe, all North State Con- ference end.

Buc Co-Captains of '51

FOOTBALL SEASON... 1951

Pictured at the right is Head Coach William E. (Bill) Dole, East Carolina's outstanding grid mentor, with his coaching staff. Left to right: Assistant Coach V. M. "Flash" Morrison, Coach Dole, Assistant Coaches Jack Boone and George "Buck" Hardee.

The Brains Behind EC's power-packed T-Formation






Pictured above is East Carolina's Cheerleaders. Left to Right: Peggy Barrow, Drucilla Bain, Janet Shore, Faye Farmer, Head Cheerleader Joan Britt, Barbara Weir, Ann Siler, Jean Mohorn, and Florence Helms.

Pictured below are the student managers of the football team. They are, Left to Right: Herbert Creef, Bob Maness, Walter Culbreth, and kneeling is M. L. Lancaster.

PIRATE SCHEDULE OF '51

We Opponent They

0 Mississippi Southern 40

32 Apprentice School 6

7 Norfolk Navy Station 6

20 Elon 34

20 Western Carolina 34

19 Guilford 14

14 Lenoir Rhyne 41

20 Appalachian State 24

45 Cherry Point

7 The Citadel 21

Student Football Managers






MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 40

EAST CAROLINA 0

A potent grid machine from Mississippi Southern ruined East Carolina's opening game of the 1951 grid season when they ran unmercifully over the Pirates to the tune of 40-0. It was a non-conference clash and the campaign opener for both schools. The Southerners, defending champions of the strong Gulf Coast Conference, played like demons, hitting hard and forcing the Buccaneers into costly mistakes. East Carolina's highly publicized passing attack failed to click, and as a result the Bucs never got rolling against the more experienced squad from Mississippi Southern.

DWIGHT SHOE

GEORGE GRAYBILL

JACK BENZIE

JOHN DAUGHTRY






APPRENTICE SCHOOL 6

EAST CAROLINA 32

This game showed the dominant capabilities of Illard Yarborough and Mike Kovack as they ran brilliantly over the Newport News Apprentice School line to lead the East Carolina Pirates to a 32-6 victory in Apprentice Stadium, Newport News, Virginia. The Pirates lost little time in showing their superiority, when after only one minute and eighteen seconds of the first quarter Yarborough broke loose for 49 yards and the first Pirate touchdown of the year. Halfback Jack Benzie carried over the second touchdown from 5 yards out, then drove over tackle from the 3 for the third TD. Siler passed to Britt for the fourth score and then hit Hodges for the final marker. Grissom converted for two extra points. Lincoln passed to Seward for the Apprentice School's only tally early in the third period.

BOBBY HODGES

CLAUDE KING

DOC SMITH

JESSE ALDRIDGE






NAVAL AIR STATION 6

EAST CAROLINA 7

Coach Bill Dole's East Carolina Pirates racked up their second successive victory by edging the Norfolk Navy team 7-6 on Navy's McClure Field. In the non-conference battle, the locals hit their passing stride of the old days when junior quarterback Sandy Siler completed 16 of 30 passes. His completions were good for 191 yards. The Navy eleven scored first on a pass from Ronald McKasson to end Mart Schlicker but failed to convert for the extra point. Siler's passing and John Daughtry's running featured the Bucs scoring drive with Siler passing to Jack Britt for the score. Hawk Grissom split the uprights to provide the Pirates winning margin.

AL AUERBACK

SANDY SILER

PAUL GAY

DON "WHALE" MacKENZIE






ELON 34

EAST CAROLINA 20

Coach Bill Dole's East Carolina Pirates combined a potent ground offense with an accurate passing attack to throw against the powerful Christians from Elon College on Homecoming day, but to the disappointment of some 7,000 homecoming fans, Elon spoiled the evening when Lou Rochellie passed his team to a brilliant 34-20 win over a determined and game Pirate squad. The Bucs made a fight of the game all the way on the strength of Siler's passing, Shoe's brilliant catching, and the great running of backs Paul Gay and Jack Benzie, but the visitors rallied in the last quarter to pull away from the fighting Pirates.

BILL McDONALD

FRANK MADIGAN

BOB BRADLEY

CECIL WINSLOW






W.C.T.C. 84 - EAST CAROLINA 20

After trailing 20-7 at halftime, the Western Carolina Teachers College Catamounts put on a last-half rally to down the East Carolina College Pirates 34-20 in a game played at Cullowhee before a Homecoming crowd of 4,000. The Pirates showed a powerful running and passing attack in the first half, but were held to a near standstill during the final two periods. Tailback Ralph Singleton was almost the entire W.C.T.C. attack as he scored three of the touchdowns and passed for another. Scoring TD's for East Carolina were Claude King, Bobby Hodges, and Jack Benzie. Lynwood "Hawk" Grissom kicked the two extra points.

LUKE TAYLOR

TUBBY" THOMAS

GAITHER CLINE

LARRY RHODES






GULIFORD 14 - EAST CAROLINA 19

The Pirates of East Carolina won their first North State Conference game of the season when they defeated a stubborn Guilford College eleven 19-14 in ECC's College Stadium. The visitors drew first blood when big Sam Venuto ran around left end for 22 yards and the score. Late in the first period the Pirates tied the score when Boyd Webb ran 85 yards on a punt return. Claude King crashed over from the 8 for the Bucs' second TD, and trailing 14-13 in the final period, King caught a Siler pass to make the final count 19-14.

ILLARD YARBOROUGH

"HAWK" GRISSOM

NICK KANOS

THORNTON CALLAHAN






LENOIR RHYNE 41 - EAST CAROLINA 14

The Lenoir Rhyne Bears scored four touchdowns in the second half to defeat the East Carolina Pirates 41-14 in a game played at EC's College Stadium. The victory gave Coach Stasavich's Bears their third conference win without a loss, while for the Bucs, it was their third loss against one win in North State Conference action. Leading the attack were Steve Trudnak and Jerry Robinson. Trudnak gained 185 yards rushing, scored one touchdown and kicked five extra points. Robinson crossed the goal line three times. Back Paul Gay and tackle Jesse Aldridge were the most efficient Buc performers of the game. The Bears presented one of the best teams to ever play in the College Stadium.

BOYD WEBB

JOHNNY BROWN

ARCHIE CONGLETON

MIKE KOVACK






APPALACHIAN 24

EAST CAROLINA 20

A second-half rally by the East Carolina Pirates fell one touchdown short as the Appalachian Mountaineers edged them 24-20 in a North State Conference game. The visiting Mountaineers ran up three quick touchdowns and Jack Groce kicked a field goal to run their lead at half time to 24-0. The Bucs came roaring back in the second half to rack up three touchdowns, but the Apps dug in the last period to hold their slim four-point lead. Scoring for East Carolina were Paul Gay, Dwight Shoe, and Jack Benzie. Jesse Aldridge and "Tubby" Thomas were outstanding in the line.

DONALD BURTON

"TOPPY" HAYES

TOM ALLSBROOK

JOHN SWART






CHERRY POINT 0 - EAST CAROLINA 45

The East Carolina College Pirates unleashed an impressive offensive attack to smother the Cherry Point Flyer's 45-0 before some 3,000 spectators at Varsity Field. The victory marked the fourth win of the season for the locals. Bobby Hodges partially blocked a Marine punt and Siler passed to Shoe a few plays later for the first tally. Claude King scampered over from the ten yard line for the second TD and Jack Benzie racked up the next two scores. Siler passed to Allsbrook for the fifth marker in the third period, then Jack Britt scored twice in the final quarter to close out the scoring. Hodges and Holland were standouts on defense.

PETE MEADOWS

IE HOLLAND

CHARLES HENDERSON

JIMMY LASSITER






CITADEL 21 - EAST CAROLINA 7

In a game marked by terrific defensive line play, the heavily favored Citadel Bulldogs, members of the strong Southern Conference, defeated the Pirates of East Carolina 21-7. End Bobby Hodges led a tough East Carolina line on defense and had able help from a flock of Bucs, which included Larry Rhodes, Bill McDonald, Don MacKenzie, George Graybill, Toppy Hayes, Donald Burton, John Daughtry, and Boyd Webb. The Pirates broke into the scoring act with an 86 yard drive climaxed by a six yard pass from Sandy Siler to the Bucs great All-Conference end, Dwight Shoe. However, as the game progressed, the lack of ample reserve power and experience proved too much for the freshman studded squad of Coach Bill Dole. As the season ended, Coach Dole had nothing but praise for his freshmen players and looks forward to a great team in '52.

BUDDY CANADY

ROBERT PLATT

JACK BRITT

ALBERT WADFORD Sports Publicity Director






BASKETBALL






Pictured above is the '51 Pirate Basketball team.

East Carolina's talented cage team, playing their fourth year in North State Conference competition, battled their way to third place in the final league standings with a loop record of 10 wins as against 4 defeats. In their overall schedule the Bucs won 15 while losing 7.

Boasting the best material in the conference, the Bucs won their last 7 games in a row after starting rather slow. The Bucs boasted the best bench in the league as was shown in their 69-61 NAIB victory over High Point at the close of the season. After losing four of the starting line-up via the foul route, the reserves came in to usher the Pirates into the NAIB playoff finals against Elon College at Bur- lington. The finals had not been played as the Tecoan was sent to press.

Captain "Toddy" Fennell and Lou Collie, the two little men on the starting lineup, were great playmakers and an inspiration with their clever ball-handling, never once letting their opponents have an easy and restful moment. Dick Blake, a junior who was deadly on hook shots, was a hard working guard who got more than his share of re- bounds as well as averaging around ten points per game. Bobby Hodges, a 6-foot 5-inch giant, was the chief point- getter for the Pirates. He averaged 21 points per game to rank him among the top conference scorers. He also was selected by the conference coaches to the All-Conference team. As a college sophcmore, Hodges appears to have a great future ahead of him on the basketball hardwoods.

Pictured aboce is the coach and his managers.

Left to Right: Becton W. Corbin, Coach Howard Parker, and Richard "Pappy" Nelson.






Left to Right:

Bobby Hodges

Richard Blake

Paul Jones

"Toddy" Fitzhugh Ferrell

Left to Right:

Carl King

Cecil Heath

Louis Collie

Warren "Sonny" Russell

Left to Right:

Charlie Huffman

Jack Carr

Charlie "Horse" Butler

John Postas

Warren "Sonny" Russell, landing on the North State All- Conference team for the third consecutive year, was the other member of the starting five. In the minds of the East Carolina fans "Sonny" is "Mr. Basketball," and definitely the state's finest all round cage star. Russell can hit on any kind of shot, make amazing passes, rebound with the best, and make tip-ins with ease; in fact, there isn't much he can't do with a basketball.

The Bucs were fortunate in having such tcp-notch reserves as Charlie Huffman, Paul Jones, John Postas, Jack Carr, and Charlie (Jackmouski) Butler. These boys were in a great measure responsible for the Pirates success during the 1951-52 season.






East Carolina is proud of its intra-mural program in athletics also. A very large percentage of our men students take a part in the basketball intra-murals. The boys are grouped together on a number of teams and they play each other throughout the season. At the season's end, the top teams in the two leagues play each other in a tournament to decide the intra-mural champion for the season. The Orphans were the 1950-51 champions. Some members of this team were Belzoni Corbett, Alston Burke, Bob Oliver, Jim Corbin, and Metz Bizzelle.






NORTH STATE STANDINGS

Final 1951-52

Team W L Pet.

Appalachian 12 4 .750

Elon 12 4 .750

EAST CAROLINA 10 4 .714

High Point 11 5 .688

Guilford 8 8 .500

Lenoir Rhyne 7 7 .500

Western Carolina 7 9 .438

Catawba 7 13 .188

Atlantic Christian 16 .000

1951-52 PIRATE SCHEDULE

Naval Air Station 63 East Carolina 55

Guilford 47 East Carolina 66

Catawba 68 East Carolina 80

Camp Lee 69 East Carolina 73

Camp Lejeune 74 East Carolina 79

Camp Lee 65 East Carolina 90

Guilford 72 East Carolina 67

Appalachian 70 East Carolina 69

McCrary Eagles 69 East Carolina 60

High Point 65 East Carolina 71

Atlantic Christian 60 East Carolina 77

Naval Air Station 61 East Carolina 59

Appalachian 79 East Carolina 78

High Point 64 East Carolina 69

Elon 59 East Carolina 54

Western Carolina 76 East Carolina 87

Western Carolina 53 East Carolina 78

Elon 62 East Carolina 76

Atlantic Christian 62 East Carolina 84

Catawba 59 East Carolina 69

McCrary Eagles 78 East Carolina 87

Citadel 71 East Carolina 87






Warren "Sonny" Russell, generally aclaimed as the best all-round basketball player in North Carolina, and Bobby Hodges, a big 6-foot 5-inch scoring demon, were placed on the Greensboro Daily News All-North State Conference team. Russell's appearance marked the third consecutive year the smooth East Carolina ace has landed a position on the honor team. For Hodges it was the initial time he has made the squad. These two forwards gave East Carolina the greatest one-two punch in the league and both should be a cinch to repeat on the team next year. Russell is regarded as the best basketball player ever to don a Pirate uniform. Russell is also the first-baseman on the baseball team. Hodges is also a double participant in East Carolina athletics, being one of our top-notch football stars.






BASEBALL






Pictured above is the 1951 Baseball Squad

The Pirate baseballers of East Carolina ended the 1951 season with an overall record of 11 wins and 10 losses, which left the Bucs in fourth place in the North State Conference. Coach Jack Boone's veterans, such as Fred Soles, Jack Wallace, and Billy Smith showed up very well. The way the newcomers played was, however, the bright note of the season as two new pitching prospects, along with several infielders and outfielders, were uncovered. Jimmy Byrd and Jim Piner were the new pitching stars. Byrd, a Kinston freshman, turned out to be the brightest prospect in years, winning an 8-0 shutout victory over the Champion Elon Christians. Jim Piner, also a freshman, from Beaufort won 6 conference games and suffered only 2 losses. Other outstanding newcomers were infielders Paul Jones, Dick Hoskins, and W. C. Sanderson. Outfielder George Graybill and catcher George McSwain were also outstanding fixtures in their respective positions on the squad.

Head Coach Jack Boone, pictured in the photo at left with the Buc Co-Captains.

Pictured on his left, Leon Jones, left field; an don his right, Jack Wallace, second base.






BASEBALL

Left Panel, Top to Bottom: Billy Smith, shortshop; George Graybill, outfiled; George Sauls, third base.

Right Panel: Paul Jones, third base; Fred Soles, outfield; Jesse Aldridge, outfield.

DICK HOSKINS Second Base






PIRATE BASEBALL RECORD OF '51

We Opponent They

7 Camp Lejeune 3

6 Naval Air Station 8

6 Naval Air Station 8

9 Montclair, N. J 6

8 Guilford 6

2 Elon 3

3 Cherry Point 10

2 Guilford 5

1 Western Carolina 8

8 Western Carolina 1

1 Naval Recruiting Station 10

10 Atlantic Christian 8

8 Elon 0

6 Catawba 1

14 High Point 8

5 Naval Air Station 10

12 Naval Air Station 8

5 Atlantic Christian 6

5 Catawba 10

7 High Point 6

12 Lenoir Rhyne 1

JIMMY BYRD Pitcher

JIM PINER Pitcher

GEORGE McSWAIN Catcher

WARREN "SONNY" RUSSELL First Base

MARTIN BYRD Pitcher






Pictured above is the 1951 Pirate Golf Team. They are, left to right: Joe Exum, Dave Martin, Lonnie Nelms, John Morgan, and Walter Wells

PIRATE GOLF

East Carolina's golf team captured the coveted North State Conference title for the second consecutive year, also going undefeated in conference play for the second year in a row. The Buc linksters lost only two matches to outside opposition, these being to members of the stronger Southern Conference, Wake Forest College and the University of North Carolina. Again led by Captain Bill Stalls, the Pirate's were unbeatable in conference play. Joe Exum, Dave Martin, Lonnie Nelms, Knott Proctor, John Morgan, and Walter Wells were other team members who aided Stalls in giving East Carolina its only sports championship team of the year.

East Carolina's ace golfer, Bill Stalls, pictured in the photo on the right with an unidentified caddy, led the Buc linksmen through another great season. Much of the success of the local team can be attributed to the sterling play of Captain Stalls who has emerged victorious in every match over the past four years. Stalls name has been widespread over the south for accomplishments in the golfing world, and his name is so firmly in the minds of golf fans and players that his career will be followed closely now that he has joined the professional ranks. We salute Bill Stalls for his many accomplishments and sincerely hope ol' Bill makes it rough on the "pro's."

CAPTAIN BILL STALLS






JOE EXUM

WALTER WELLS

GOLF RECORD OF '51

We Opponents They

6 1/2 University of N. C 20 l/2

9 Wake Forest 19

22 Catawba 5

21 Catawba 6

27 Elon 3

25 Elon 5

DAVE MARTIN

LONNIE NELMS

JOHN MORGAN






Pictured obove is the '51 Pirate Tennis Team

PIRATE TENNIS

Coach Howard Porter's East Carolina tennis team came back strong, after a winless 1950 season, to post four victories in six starts against North State Conference opposition. Captain Bob Williams, a senior from Thomasville, rounded out his fourth year of varsity tennis by winning five of eight matches in which he engaged. The Bucs lost three contests to strong Southern Conference opposition, losing twice to North Carolina State and once to the University of North Carolina.

Joe Hallow, a freshman from Goldsboro, showed up well as the number two man and should develop into quite a netter in the next few years. Paul Cameron of Kinston, also a freshman, showed great promise of strengthing Coach Porter's team throughout his stay at East Carolina. The veterans who developed and strengthened the the team after a year or two of experience were Dave Jones, Larry Kincaid, Dick Palmer and Bill Mulligan.

LARRY KINCAID

BILL MULLIGAN

PAUL CAMERON

DAVE JONES

JOE HALLOW






ATHLETIC ORGANIZATIONS

OF EAST CAROLINA

The Varsity Club has as its purpose the bringing together in a fraternal organization those men of East Carolina who have won monograms in EC intercollegiate sports. This group strives to promote sportsmanship among its fellows and to make them men who are "strong in mind, body, and spirit," who shall devote their lives to things worthwhile. Highlights of the year are the annual dance at which the Varsity Club Sweetheart is crowned, receiving new members, and the scholarship fund drive.

OFFICERS

Frank Madigan President

Jack Britt Vice-President

Paul Jones Secretary

Charles Huffman Treasurer

James B. Corbin Sgt.-at-Arms

East Carolina's Women Athletic Association is primarily interested in instilling in the women here the true spirit of friendly competition. This club further aids its members in gaining physical efficiency and good health, and shows them how to work with their fellow mates and be good leaders. This organization receives able guidance from two faculty advisers, Miss Margaret Tifft and Miss Nell Stallings.

OFFICERS

Frances Douglas President

Alicia Blue Savoie Vice-President

Eleanor Sanderson Secretary

Jean Byrum Treasurer











To You Graduates of 1952

We extend Hearty Congratulations upon completion of your work at East Carolina College and Best Wishes for continued success.

CITY OF GREENVILLE

Congratulations

TO THE GRADUATES OF 1952

In Every City There Is One Good Place To Shop

IN GREENVILLE IT'S

BELK-TYLERS






STUDENT'S SUPPLY STORES

BOOK STORE

SODA SHOP

STATIONERY STORE

Congratulations...

GRADUATES OF CLASS OF '52

BLOUNT-HARVEY COMPANY

"Eastern Carolina's Chopping Center"






CONGRATULATIONS...

To The Class of '52

RAINBOW AND NEW DEAL

CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY

GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

Best Wishes to the Class of 1952

WALDENSIAN BAKERY COMPANY

"Sunbeam Enriched Bread Is Best"






Compliments of

GUARANTY BANK and TRUST COMPANY

Time Tested Established 1901

Home Office and Three Branches in Greenville

Other Branches

Aurora Belhaven

Elizabeth City Robersonville

Vanceboro Bayboro

Bethel Hamilton

Snow Hill Washington

Williamston

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Capital Surplus $ 1,500,000.00

Resources $30,000,000.00

Compliments of

FIVE POINTS

GRILL

Best Food Served in Town

STEAKS -:- CHOPS -:- SEAFOODS

Business Man's Lunch 50c

We Appreciate Your Patronage

Compliments of

Perkins-Proctor

Featuring Nationally Advertised Merchandise

At Advertised Prices

The College Shop for YOung College Men

"The House of Name Brands"

Compliments of

C. Herber Forbes

Greenville, N.C.

Compliments of Your Stationer

Carolina Office Equipment Company

PRINTER - STATIONERS

OFFICE OUTFITTERS

UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS

Greenville, N. C.

Entertainment Headquarters

Pitt and State Theatres






Courtesy and Service Await You at

Bunch's Shoe Service

Cotanche Street

J.W. Bunch, Owner and Manager

Compliments of

Nehi Bottling Company

Drink Royal Crown

"Best by Taste Test"

Congratulations and Best Wishes

Bissette's Drug Stores

"Greenville's Finest Drug Store"

416 Evans Street

Efird's Department Store

in a Friendly City

"Quality at Lower Prices"

"A Friendly Store in a Friendly City"

Compliments of

Kares Restaurant

Soda and News Service

"We Serve the Best"

Compliments of

Stauffer's Jewelers

Your Headquarters for

ELGIN, BULOVA, HAMILTON, WHITTNAUER,

BENRUS, EMERSON, AND GOTHIC JARPROOF

WATCHES

Congratulations to the Seniors of 1952

SAIEED'S

Wagner-Waldrop Motors, Inc.

Lincoln - Mercury

2201 Dickinson Avenue Dial 4525-4528






Compliments of

Hill's

"Known for Good Clothes"

Greenville - New Bern - Morehead City

Berry Bostic and Son

Home Furnishings

Berry Bostic--Quinn Bostic

206 East Fifth St. Dial 2188

Greenville, North Carolina

Compliments of

Williams Ladies Ready To Wear Store

Folger Buick Comapny, Inc.

"When Better Automobiles Are Built, Buick Will Build Them"

10th and Washington Streets

Greenville, North Carolina

Compliments of

Mary Anne Soda Shop

RESTAURANT - SODAS

"Where Taste Counts"

Best Jewelry Company

"Eastern Carolina's Leading Jeweler's"

Direct Importers of Diamonds Established 1901

"Prices That Defy Competition"

You'll be ahead with...NASH

Greenville Equipment Co., Inc.

2002 Dickinson Ave.

Phone 4218

Compliments of

V. A. Merritt and Sons

Greenville, North Carolina






Welcome to...

Respess-James

"The Barbecue House"

Intersection Ayden-Formville Highway

Greenville, N. C.

Phone 4160

Why buy less when Pepsi's best...

Enjoy Pepsi-Cola

12 ounces, only 5 cents

More Bounce to the Ounce

1809 Dickinson Ave. Phone 2113

Bright Leaf Motors, Inc.

Plymouth Passenger Cars

Only Dodge Builds "Job Rated" Trucks

1600 N. Greene St. Phone 2314

Greenville, N.C.

Compliments of

H. L. Hodges and Company

Farm Supplies, Paints and Hardware

East Fifth Street

Greenville, North Carolina

Compliments of

White's Stores

Greenville, N.C. Scotland Neck, N.C.

Ahoskie, N.C. Windsor, N.C.

Washington, N.C. Mount Olive, N.C.

Congratulations Seniors

White Chevrolet Company, Inc.

Telephone 3134--3135

Greenville, N.C.

Compliments of

The Daily Reflector

Pitt County's Home Newspaper

"Evening Hours are Reading Hours"

Congratulations to the Graduates of 1952

State Bank and Trust Company






Compliments of

Peoples Bakery

"Suppliers of Your Bakery Products at the Soda Shop"

Saslow's Credit Jewelers

Credit extended to all Students without any additional charge

406 Evans Street Phone 3708

Greenville, N. C.

Compliments of

College View Cleaners and Laundry, Inc.

105 Grand Ave. and East Fifth Street

"Eastern Carolina's Largest Plant"

Congratulations and Best Wishes

Globe Hardware Company

1 20 West Fifth Street

"Greenville's Best Hardware Store"

Compliments of

Garris Grocery

"See Us First"

Compliments of

John Flanagan Buggy Co., Inc.

CARS - TRUCKS

FORD

TRACTORS

Serving Greenville and Eastern Carolina since 1866

Stafford Oldsmobile Company

OLDSMOBILES--GMC TRUCKS

Dial 2016--2683

Greenville, N.C.

Scott Motor Sales

STUDEBAKER

Sales and Servic

219 East 5th St.

Phone 4346






Compliments of

Griffin Bootery

"Quality Footwear"

405 Evans Street Greenville, N.C.

Compliments of

Scott's Dry Cleaners

Phone 3722 Greenville, N. C.

Taff Office Equipment Co.

Remington Standard and Portable Typewriters

New and Used

Compliments of

Stokes and Hudson Barber Shop

Pitt Motor Co., Inc.

Kaiser-Frazer Cars--Henry J.

502 North Greene St. Bethel Highway

Tetterton Motor Co.

Desoto - Plymouth

Greenville, N. C.

Compliments of

Brody's, Inc.

Complete Ladies' Department Store

Greenville, N. C.

Congratulations...TO THE GRADUATES OF '52

HILL HORNE, JR.

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR

CAMPUS GROUP, SPORTS, AND INFORMATL SNAPSHOTS FOR THE 1952 TECOAN

1105 WEST 4TH STREET PHONE 3509

GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA






CHARLTOTE ENGRAVING COMPANY

Engravers and Designers of College Yearbooks

Charlotte, N.C.






LASSITER CORPORATION

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA

School Publications






WALLER AND SMITH

Photographers

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE TECOAN

12 EAST HARGETT STREET

RALEIGH....NORTH CAROLINA






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