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Special Features 



Special Features 




A Woman's World 


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A new Beginning 


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All Bennett Day 


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Founders' Weekend 


11 


Special Events 


23 


Student Organizations 


29 


Senior Profiles 


47 


Senior Class Honors 


62 


Senior Day 


65 


Faculty and Staff 


70 


A Special Tribute 


92 


The Bennett Ideal 


95 


Humanities Festival 


107 


Who's Who 


112 


Basl<etball Team 


116 


Sororities and Fellowships 


117 


Honors Convocation 


128 


1974 Commencement Exercise 


129 


Underclassmen 


138 


Student Directory 


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BENNETT 
COLLEGE 

FOUNDED 
1873 





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Beauty, Dark, and Mysterious 

"For their promise, for their hard past, I honor 
the women of my race. 

Their beauty, their dark and mysterious beauty 
of midnight eyes, crumpled hair, soft, full-featured 
faces is perhaps more to me than to you, because I 
was born to its warm and subtle spell, but their 
worth is yours as well as mine. 

No other women on earth could have emerged 
from the hell of force and temptation which once 
engulfed and still surrounds Black women in 
America with half the modesty and womanliness 
they still retain. 

I have always felt like bowing myself before 
them in all abasement, searching to bring some 
tribute to these long suffering victims, these bur- 
dened sisters of mine, whom the world, the wise 
White World, loves to affront and ridicule and 
wantonly insult. 

I have known the women of many lands and 
nations. I have known and seen and lived beside 
them, but none have I known so sweetly feminine, 
more unswervingly loyal, more desperately earnest, 
more instinctively pure in body and spirit, than the 
daughters of my Black mothers. This then, a little 
thing to their memory and inspiration. 

W.E.B. Duboise 






A Woman's World . . . 



Why we selected a woman's world? The reasons 
are as varied as the many personalities at Bennett. 
Some sought special freedoms and security from 
cultural prejudices. Some wanted to discover who 
they were and what they wanted. Others came out 
of curiosity and like what they found. But it 
suddenly became a special way of life ... a time to 
develop and set our priorities inorder. It became 
an experience of sharing each others desires, joys, 
anxieties, heartaches, failures, and successes. 



Amber Anderson (top) and Lucia Davis (bottom) devoted 
their time to scholarly pursuits. The year was special for 
them because of their off-campus employment which 
enabled them to experience first hand what the job world 
is all about. 





A 
Woman's 
World . . . 




Judy Smith spent two semesters at Massachusetts Institute of Technol. Sheila McDowell represented the new "prophyte" as she gallantly 

ogy in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She visited Bennett on several occa- played the role of Big Sister to the first semester Ivies of AKA 

sions to keep in touch with her old friends. She reported that M.I.T. 
was a great challenge, but that she was able "to hang right in there." 



A New Beginning 

They came from nearly every section of the 
country ... a new crop . . . campus babies . . . new 
underclassmen . . . freshies. Call thenn what you 
will, but to us they were 180 beautiful black 
women who had selected to follow the path of 
thousands of former Bennett Belles. They came 
with a hundred questions, loadened down with 
expectations, high on hope, but new to the Ben- 
nett Experience. 




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The freshmen were treated like V.I.P.'s at the President's 
Reception. 



Among the counselors who returned early to welcome new students were Dora- 
teena Sammons, Deborah Tolls, and Janice McLean (volunteering her services). 
They were entertained by Morehouse men Danny Chapman and Ike Miller, along 
with our campus favorite, Keith Miller. 




Unlike the frustrating gas lines, we didn't mind standing in line for delicious hamburgers and hot dogs during the College Picnic. 




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Some freshmen, demonstrating quiet charm, met the challenge of the new year with 
optimism. 



There were short ones, tall ones, fat ones, 
skinny ones, brainy ones and average ones 
who brought with them age-old complaints, 
too many suitcases, not enough money, and 
exhausted parents. They scurried all over 
campus, trying to find out what they were 
supposed to do while weary mothers, 
fathers, grandparents, brothers and sisters 
unloaded cars and dragged trunks into the 
residence halls. This was the big day - for 
sweat, paying fees, obtaining keys, blue and 
white beanies, and finally tears. 

This was the beginning of something new 
. . . meeting new people . . . unpainted 
rooms ... the discovery that a favorite pair 
of shoes was left in the car . . . finally 
speaking to that strange person who will be 
your roommate. Then you found that it was 
almost impossible to unpack that suitcase or 
trunk with one hand while you tried to 
make that room into a home with the other. 
It's rush, rush, rush! Got to meet the sched- 
ule! A meeting here, another one there. A 
battery of exams . . . meeting faculty! For 
awhile its hectic. Then you discovered that 
the Experience is full of receptions and 
people urging you to dress nicely. 

At the President's Reception you were 
greeted at the door and rushed through a 
long line. You marvel at the handsome pres- 
ident and his lovely wife, but the names of 
the others seem to escape you as you near 
the table of goodies. You are now a Bennett 
Belle. 




The reception, the first of many, offered an opportunity to wear 
dresses which had been hanging in the back of closets. 

The picnic, probably the shortest one in history, was one of those "hit 
and run" affairs. 




All Bennett Day: Reflecting and Projecting 



The entire college community took time 
from busy schedules to participate in "All Ben- 
nett Day," a period of rededication to the Ben- 
nett Experience. As we met in the chapel, our 
expectations were high. 

"I am somebody. I may be from a poor farm 
in South Carolina or an urban ghetto in 
Newarl<, but I am somebody. I may be on one 
scholarship and five loans, but I am somebody 
because I am part of the Bennett Experience," 
stated Valerie Moore, president of the SGA. 

From the president of the college. Dr. Isaac 
H. Miller, we heard the charge: "To go about 
the serious business of getting the best educa- 
tion possible." 

Through the singing of the Alma Mater, a 
beautiful rendering, there was an intense feeling 
of school pride. The highlight of the morning 
was the signing of the giant bell as faculty, 
students, alumnae, and staff pledged to support 
our college. 

Other activities of the day included a 
Faculty-Staff Fashion Show and a Campus 
Dance on the chapel patio. 

The entire day had been worth the long 
planning of a selected group of faculty, staff, 
and students who had spent the summer work- 
ing toward building a better Bennett College. 




There was more fun as the piano was roiled out on the chapel patio. Beautiful music was 
made by Jackie Hemphill, Johanna Lee, Sharon Hadrick, and Gwen Hill. 




The signing of the belt was an emotional and symbolic effort. Members 
of the faculty, staff, student body, and alumnae signed their names on 
this great piece of art work. 



Dean Biagg, impatient at the slow beginning of the dance, surprised the 
students by do'ing some "soulful gyrations" with Mrs. Isaac H. Miller. 



TELL ME WHY 



Tell me why the stars do shine, 
Tell me why the ivy twines. 
Tell me why the sky's so blue. 
Tell me, Old Bennett, 
Just why I Love you. 



Because God made the stars to shine. 
Because God made the ivy twine. 
Because God made the sky so blue, 
God made Old Bennett; 
That's why I love you. 




. . . Bridging The 
Communications Gap 




Dr. Miller, on a conservative note, joined in the evening activities by 
dancing with Mary Lee. 



Judith Hatch found an easy way to sign the bell. 



Part of the day's activities included a Greek Show. Members of Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority livened up the afternoon with "Duck Team." 




. . . As Campus Life Goes On and On! 




At the ringinging of the bell or the sound of an alarm clock, the many 
faces of Bennett College come alive. It means something different to 
each person, (above) Doraleena Sammons, Janice McLean, and Ike 
Miller discuss the events of the day. fright above) An eager freshman 
soon learns that hot dogs are very much a part of the Experience. 





(top left) Marvin H. Watkins, the Development Officer, often finds 
himself delivermg plaques to friends of the college, (top right) Some 
days are spent attending special luncheons as did Psych majors Norma 
Lester and Darlene Rose, (bottom right) Katie Gailes and Cheryl E. 
Johnson attended a reception after a Sunday Vesper with two nice 
visitors. 




Founders' Weekend 




"To proclaim liberty to the captives, and the 
opening of the prisons to them that are bound. 
Isaiah LXI." So reads the inscription on the out- 
side of the college bell. These words took on 
special meaning during the Centennial Founders' 
Weekend as we looked back at the ideals for which 
Bennett was founded. Visiting guests, alumnae, 
and friends joined the College for several days of 
activity. The student body kicked off with a 



"Student Day" which featured a dance in the 
dining room-turned-ballroom. Then on Saturday, 
the Founders' Convocation was held in the chapel 
and followed by a Presidential Reception. It ended 
on Sunday morning with a special worship service 
at St. Matthews United Methodist Church, the 
founding place of Bennett. Featured speakers for 
the main events were The Honorable Richardson 
Preyer and state legislator Henry Frye. 



1873 

to 
1973 




Among the prominent guests who re- 
turned for the ceiebration was Dr. 
Fredrick Patterson, former president of 
Tuskegee Institute and member of the 
Trustee Board. 



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A Centennial Event 




The Bennett Underground presented an out- 
door concert during the students' effort. 
They also performed at the ball which had 
the theme "A Look Behind, A Step Ahead." 





Miss Gwendolyn Sneed, instructor of Home 
Economics and president of the Greensboro 
Alumnae Chapter, presented Dr. Miller with 
a plaque of appreciation. 



It was heartwarming to have David D. Jones, 
Jr. deliver words of congratulations to the 
college in the behalf of visiting delegates, 
'bottom right) Valerie Moore represented 
the student body. 





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Dr. Miller talks with visiting poet, Gwendolyn Brooks 
who delivered a short reading of contemporary poems 
during the Convocation. 



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This was the site of the Centennial Founders' Weekend 
worship service. The special speaker was the state 
legislator Henry Frye- The college choir performed. 





Bennett graduates Juanita Wells and Mary Eady chat with Mrs. Henry Frye after the church service. 



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It's A Woman's World . . . 



No one has to tell us about women. We 
know enough. Each day for us is something 
from a television program, probably "The 
Young and The Restless" or "The Secret 
Storm." Man has many myths and sayings 
about women. 

Nietzsche: God created woman. In the 
act he brought boredom to an end — and 
also many other things. Woman was the 
second mistake of God. 
"J": We were designed to delight, excite, 
and satisfy the male species. 
Napoleon: Women are nothing but ma- 
chines for producing children. 
Yes, this is what we are up against. But 
Belles of the world with our Noxzema, Ultra 
Sheen, Vaseline, Montaldo's boxes, and Prago 
Guyes pants, are steadily saying "This is a 
man's world, but it would be nothing without a 
woman or a girl." We've discovered that it 
makes no difference whether our hair is fried, 
fro'd, straight, or curly we are preparing to 
fight the same battles; "To make it." We are 
finding out who we are and where we are going. 
We are ready for the world because we have 
survived in "a woman's world." 










Marsha Love and Eunice Franklin spend many hours practicing foi 
their band performances, (topi 



Yardley Nelson, in very casual dress, finds release in doing the latest 
dance craze, (top right) 



What Was It Like? 



The year will be remembered for many 
things . . . the Manhattans, "the Eternal Ivies," 
the kissing contest, the Swings Fashion Show, 
the Good Foots, the basketball season, job 
recruiters, gas lines, snow, cuffed pants, the 
Asian students, cold showers, the man in the 
dorm. Old Nosey's scarecrows and hobgoblins, 
the AKA regional, the bus strike, Johanna Lee 
and "now" . . . We could go on and on for we 
each had our special memories, heartaches, and 
successes. But we shared in so many important 
events; the kick-off of the Second Century Ad- 
vancement Fund, the Gospel Extravaganza, the 
lyceums, the search for a new Dean of Instruc- 
tions, Senior Day, rush parties, and there were 
the personalities who halped make this a unique 
year: Clorinda Lee, Johanna Lee, Deborah 
Tolls, Paulette Wicks, Patricia Teal, Doraleena 
Sammons, Jackie Hemphill, and others. 




Swapping class notes is very much a part of college life. It is one of tfiose tfiings ttiat add 
to building lasting friendsfiips. 



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Campus Life Had Many Aspects 






Indeed, as women, manv precious hours are spent primping, cleansing, 
and dressing for things to come. 



There are many quiet mome 
special." 



nts which are spent with the "someone 



Classes, Work, Instructors 

Each Belle has her own desires and needs. 
We will always remember what went on in the 
residence halls; 

nights of hunger and dreams of ham- 
burgers 

rooms which were too hot or too cold 
trips to the store and the unheard re- 
marks of corner friends 
arguments and misunderstandings with 
roommates 

noise and doors being kicked 
pinochle, bid whist, or Scrabble 
washing machines which did not work 

singing in the parlor 

signing out or forgetting to sign out 

the missed caller or the three callers 

simultaneously 




T,me ,s ta.en ou, .or the fmer th,ngs in life, whether ,t be hours spent practicing o,| 
going through receiving lines. 




Expressing Emotions . . . 





Emotions were expressed in hundreds of different ways. 
Yet our concerns are and were usually the same, (top) 
Jackie Hemphill belts out a few soulful tunes. 0. bottom) 
Dr. Miller and Mr. Eady view the happenings of a faculty- 
staff gathering, (r. bottom) Paulette Wicks, Renee Simp- 
son, and Marsha Love were actually prepared for this 
photo. 





Campus life had its different aspects, (top) We strained to hear our 
names being paged during catling hours. (I. bottom) We refreshed in the 
showers before the big date of the week, (center) Mrs. Mary Cokely and 
Mrs. Effie Miller shared their notes during a session of the Media 
Institute. 




The year . . . anticipation of exciting devel- 
opments were often scarred by anxieties and 
frustrations . . . loud record players, psyche- 
delic lights, banging on doors, stale hamburgers, 
ouija boards and ghosts, greasing down for the 
confrontation, kissing contests, flunking the 
Psychology exam, having to explain to Mr. 
Scarlette why your fees were not paid, missing 
the yearbook photographer, A.C.E.S. programs, 
losing the game to A. & T., scarecrows and 
hobgoblins, and hundreds of other things . . . 
which made this year so unlike the last. But we 
survived and we made it, somewhat better than 
we were. 







We complained about the food, but our pocketbooks made the options few. And then so 
nriany of us found that we weighed several pounds more than we did during the previous 
summer. Some faculty persons joined us for meals. 





Jones Hall girls decided to purchase a television for their parlor. 



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There is nothing lil<e being able to share 
one's happiness with that "special someone." 
Those precious moments of tenderness are 
times when the pressures of the classroom are 
forgotten. This year was characterized by many 
opportunities to meet members of the opposite 
sex — parties, campus dances, talent shows at A. 
& T., fraternity shows, the Alpha Phi Alpha 
Regional, the ROTC Ball, movies, and ball 
games. Some of us were shy and found it hard 
to get in the swing of things, but others had 
little or no problems. Most of us will cherish 
the memories of casual strolls on the campus or 
just rapping out on the dorm steps. Many of us 
will remember the competition of Belles and 
Aggies over the seemingly limited number of 
available men. Some will never forget the agony 
of missing "that" phone call or not getting that 
promised call. In all, we shared common fem- 
inine concerns when it came to the opposite 
sex. 



Tenderness 
Shared . . . 





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Belles were often accompanied by "that special someone" on shopping trips. 



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There were those times we spent out on the campus chatting with good 
friends and sharing common concerns. 



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There were those hours when we rushed from class to see what was 
going on out on campus during those beautiful warm days. 






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Learning, Living 




Jackie Harris Foster enjoys the warmth of March sunshine as 
she takes her Music exam out on the campus. 






Clorinda Lee was one of the many students who was recognized for Mrs. Smi 

academic achievement during the Spring Honors Convocation, She Westcott 

receives her certificate of excellence from Dr. Miller. 



th, instructor of Social Science, meets Dr. Jacqueline Renee 
after her Honors Convocation address. Rev. Addo looks on. 




Janice McLean tried her luck on a ten-speed 
bicycle as friend and Nancy Dolfinger of- 
fered encouragement. 



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Lyceums, Convocations, Entertainment, 





A. M. E. Zion Bishop D. Ward Nichols, chatting with Mrs. Miller, addressed the 
gathering of the David Dallas Jones Service of Remembrance. 



Young Social Women, Inc. members presented collected clothing 
to the Social Services Department. 




The Second Century Advancement Fund was kicked off at the 
start of the first semester. Members of the Advisory Council 
posed with the master plan for "an improved college campus." 





Alumna Bernice Green Otudeko greets Dean Bragg and Dr. Miller during a 
reception held after the final Centennial year Lyceum which featured her, 
Yvonne Wynn Huntley, Lady Ann Shivers, and Herndon Spillman. 



North Carolina Attorney General Robert Morgan addressed the community 
kick-off drive for the Second Century Advancement Fund at the Hilton Inn. 



Leaming Experiences, 



Lectures, Recitals, and Vespers . . . 





The college hosted fifteen visiting Asian students in the fall. They represented such countries as Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand 
and Australia. The Millers held an informal gathering for them. 




Sandra Johnson receives certificate of merit during the Spring Honors 
Convocation. 




The Senior Day Procession makes Its way toward the chapel, as faculty 
members prepare to get in line. 



Pianist Jon Robertson presented a concert during the second semester. 
A reception was held in his honor later. 







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The Morehouse Glee Club presented its traditional concert late in the fail 
under the direction of Dr. Wendell Whalunn. 






Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship sponsored a fashion show in 
April. Proceeds went to the local Sickle Cell Anemia Founda- 
tion. April Sherrod and Sandra DeSheilds modeled outfits from 
the "40'$" (left) The Manhattans performed in the gym. 




(above) Dr. Alexander Symonds spoke to the feminine psy- 
chology class and later, to a general audience on the concerns of 
women in today's society, (left) The Rust College Choir were 
presented in concert. 



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Alumna Dr. Frances Jones Bonner was a 
featured lecturer for the feminine psy- 
chology class. She is a noted clinical psy- 
chiatrist in the Boston area. 





Dr. Wilse B. Webb, a Piedmont Visiting Scholar, was guest at a special 
luncheon with Evelyn Cohens and other psychology majors. 



Dr. Miller and Louis Stevens, president of Pilot Life, participated in the 
'73 UNCF Kick-Off Breakfast. 





The Pre-Atumnae Council presented the hilarious "Womanless Wed- 
ding". The bride was Don Webster and the father, Mr. Eady. (right! Dr. 
Renee Westcott, State Director of the Social Services Department, 
delivered the Spring Honors Convocation address. 



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Sherry Johnson was one of the talented participants in the College 
Dance Group's Spring Recital. 





The Living Madonnas was presented. Marcia Johnson poses with Allan 
Eady and Michael Humphrey in one scene (right). The Faculty Trio 
presented their Spring Recital. 




UNC-G's Frank Holden Dancers rendered an informative lecture- 
demonstration and dance concert. 

Members of the Bennett Quartette represented the college at numerous 
alumnae functions. They were Gwendolyn Hill, Sherry Hill, Sharon 
Hadrick and Johanna Lee (not shown). 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




The Student Government was led by Valerie Moore (standing) and other members of the Student Senate Cabinet (I. to r.) Gwendolyn Johnson, 
treasurer; Sandra Hunter, corresponding secretary; Juliet Smith, parliamentarian; Geneveive McCormack; and Lacine Lowrance, vice president. 







Student Union Board 

The Student Union Board seeks to pro- 
mote better communications between the 
students on campus. This year under the 
leadership of Patricia Teal, the Board spon- 
sored several Sip-n-Chats to improve rela- 
tions between faculty, students, and staff. 
Although it was not as successful as they 
had hoped, it was a step in the right direc- 
tion. Pat Teal and Gina McAdoo attended 
conferences in Atlanta and Memphis to plan 
for next year's activities. Members of the 
Board supported many of the campus 
functions. 

Members of the board include (seated I. to r.) 
Paulette Wicks, Doreleena Sammons, Mary Lee, 
Gwendolyn Neal, and Cleopatra Branch, (standing 
I. to r.l Patricia Teal, president; Betty Phifer, Mar- 
sha Green, Sandra Harper, and Gina McAdoo, vice 
president. 



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Recreation Council 

The Recreation Council plans, organizes, 
and implements informal campus-wide ac- 
tivities. Its major activity for the year was 
Fun Night which was held every Thursday. 
This coed gathering was held in the Coffee 
House. It included card playing, table tennis, 
checkers, and dancing. During the spring, the 
Rec Council co-sponsored a special recruit- 
ment function with the sororities. Officers 
were Robenia Washington, president; Diane 
M. James, vice president; Patricia McCoy, 
secretary; Rother Harper, treasurer; Celes- 
tine Wilson, Publicity Chairman; Katherine 
Petty, Dance Chairman; and Fun Night 
Chairman, Edelina Miller. 

Robenia and Jacqueline McKenzie worked hard 
with the Rec. Council. 




Interdormitory Council 

The Council serves as a Mediator between 
the student body and the administration in 
interpreting and implementing regulations 
concerning residence life. Under the leader- 
ship of Veita Bland, president; LaRita 
Sprott, vice president; and Clorinda Lee, 
secretary, the Council made many improve- 
ments. 

(I. to r.) Valerie Moore, Lacine Lowrance, Veita 
Bland, and Cleopatra Branch. 





House Councils 

House Councils are elected in each resi- 
dence hall. They are responsible for planning 
hall activities and assist residence directors in 
administering college regulations. The coun- 
cil is composed of the dorm president, vice- 
president, secretary, treasurer, parliamen- 
tarian, and hall director. 

Members of the Barge House Council are Ardrena 
Sutton, Wanta Mills, Angel Woods, Sandra John- 
son, and Cleopatra Branch. 



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Members of the Player Hall House Council are (I to r) Yardley Nelson, Joan G- 
White (hall director), Deborah Palmer, Ruby Ballentine, and Duanne Hoffler. 
Cone Hall House Members are LaRita Sprott (front) and (I to r) Paulette 
Wicks, Renee Simpson, and Marsha Love. 






The Pre-Alumnae Council seeks to stimulate school spirit and self-help among the students through their support of the United Negro College Fund. 
Their fund raising programs for the year included two car washes and the hilarious Womanless Wedding. The group was well represented at the UNCF 
Conference in Washington, D. C. Members of the group include {I to r) Sylane Cause (president), Mary Williams, Carolyn Brodte, Queen Simpson, and 
Helen Slade. 



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The Marshall Board assisted in the carrying out of special chapel activities, (first row) Mary Rone, Connell Pinnix, Perdita Jay, and Lila Martin, (back 
rowl Lacine Lowrance. Kassandra Clark, and Ulva Little. 




Young Social Women, Inc., was founded as a service organization for students in Sociology. Members are Linda Robertson, Jean Brown, Jacquelin 
McKenzie (president!, Mr. Harry Bunche (advisorl, and Sherron Daye. 



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Departmental Clubs 




Cooperative Education Club members are (I. to r.) Teresa Semper, Phyllis McCarley, Queen Simpson, Lorraine Evans, Robin Jones, Evelyn Cohens, 
(president) Cynthia McCaskiei, Deborah Herbin (vice-president), Mary Ashe, Dorothy Kelly, and Loretha Graves (vice-president). 




The Business Club 

The Business Club is composed of students who are 
seeking careers in the world of business. (I. to r.} 
Glenda Sprueili, Linda Sprueill, Mary Eld ridge, 
Linda Battle, Vivian Exum, Shirley Miller, and 
Mary Ashe. 




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Omicron Eta Chi is a Home Economics Society. Members of Omicron Eta Chi are Anita Caldwell, Raleighetta Johnson, Yulundra Ferguson, Celestine 
Wilson, Esther Lyfrock, Joy Person, Gwendolyn Hill, Renee Saunders, and Nikki Lodrig. 








Science Seminar members are Gwendolyn Johnson, Nannette Lowe, Rita Nzeribe, Linda Hill, and Judith Hatch. 



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Members of the Spanish Club are (i. to r.) Deborah Lowrance, Deborah Staten, Lealer King, Lacine Lowrance, and Sheita Ginn. 




French Club Members are (seated) Kassandra Clark, Linda Hill, and Walda Wells, (back) Barbara Clard, Sandra Prison, Rita Nzeribe, Mrs. Ebele Eko 
(advisor). Bertha Scarborough. Lacine Lowrance, and Perdita Jay. 



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The Dance Group 

After many hours of retiearsing and tireless 
instruction, tfie Dance Group presents two 
major, traditional events - tfie Fall and Spring 
Concert. It also performed for off-campus 
events. 



Members of tfie dance group pictured are, Chris Den- 
nard, Sfierrie Johnson, Betty Phifer, Delores Scott, 
Hope Haywood, Donna Dennis, Athavia Jackson. 





Musical Groups 




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Members of the College Choir are II- to r.) Sandra Johnson' and Jackie Williamson*. (2nd row) Diane Lively- (3rd row! Gwendolyn Johnson, Yardley 
Nelson, Sheila Ginn, and Judith Hatch*. (4th row! Carol Long. Linda Brown, Jackie Nicholson*, and Debra Tolls. (5th row) Francis Davis*, Geneva 
Carswell, Doraleena Sammons and Theresa Torrence. 





The College Band had an exciting beginning under the direction of Walter Carlson. Members of the band are (I. to r.) Mary Ashe, Beverly Tolbert, 
Jozeita Whaley, Patricia Perry, Elsie Baly, Linda Hill, Linda Brown, Bonita Chavis, and Eunice Franklin, (seated on 2nd rowl Yvonne Webb, Marsha 
Love, and Bernadette Alexander, (standing) Mr. Carlson, Sandra Johnson, Lensley Gay, Faye Howard, and Jackie Williamson. 




The Bennett Underground played in clubs, on the radio and television, and for numerous dances, talent shows, and programs. Members of the group 
mere Johanna Lee, Sheila Ginn, Brenda Greer, Juliet Smith, Bernitta Sisco, Kim Clark, and Jackie Hemphill. 



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Members of the Bennett College Chapter of the Music Educators National Conference are (I. to r.) 1st row Bomta Cnavis, Debra Palmer, and Linda 
Brown. (2nd row) Yvonne Webb, Sherry Hill, and Sandra Johnson {3rd row) Debra Tolls, Sheila Ginn, and Rita Robinson. 








Newly inducted members of Beta Kappa Chi, an honor Science Society are Janice McLean, Sally McKellar, Rita Nzeribe, Deborah Lundy, Doraleene 
Sammons, Katherine Petty, Gwendolyn Johnson and Veita Bland. 



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The Bennett Belle Staff 




For the editor, Gina McAddo and the assistant eU.lor, Marsha Love, working on the yearbook meant attending numerous campus functions. Above 
they chat with Frank Holden whose dance company presented a lecture-demonstration. 





Thorna Humphries 



Miss Myra Davis - Advisor, Photographer 



Nancy Dol finger 



A Rest From Classes, Meetings, And Confusions 




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Presiding: Mrs. Bettye McConnaughey McLaurin, '49 



GRACE CHANTED 



WORDS Oh WELCOME.. 



_.Mr. Willie Young 

Bennett College Faculty 



MUSICAL SELECTION .The Gospel Quartet 



RECOGNITION 

Members of the Honor Classes 
Class of 1924 
Class of 1949 

Members of the Classes in Reunion 
Members of all other classes 
Parents and Friends 



MUSICAL SELECTION _ The Gospel Quartet 

PRESENTATION OF GIFTS BY CHAPTERS and 
CLASSES TO LOYALTY FUND 



REMARKS 



-President Isaac H. Miller, Jr. 



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Annie Merner Pfeiffer Chapel 




Belle Tower — College Symbol 



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The Children's Preparatory Division made an impact 
on the college's Music Education program. 




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Lizzie A. Alston 

Louisburg, North Carolina 

Sociology 





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Lillian E. Arrington 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Special Education 




Mary E. Ashe 

Reidsville, North Carolina 

Business Administration 



Linda Baldwin 

Louisburg, North Carolina 

Special Education 



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Linda Battle 

Whitakers, North Carolina 

Business 



Veita J. Bland 

Gray, Georgia 

Biology 




Yvonne A. Bush 

Martin, South Carolina 

Special Education 



Barbara L. Clark 

Fayetteville, North Carolina 

French 



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Evelyn L. Cohens 

Greenville, North Carolina 

Psychology 





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Frieda Danzy 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Sociology 




Nancy C. Drake 

Bethel, North Carolina 

Mathematics 



Gwendolyn Easley 

East Palo Alto, California 

Elementary Education 



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Vivian R. Exum 

Stokes, North Carolina 

Business Education 




Deborah H. Fewell 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

Special Education 




Lillie 0. Foster 


Sheila Ginn 


Yanceyville, North Carolina 


Estill, South Carolina 


Elementary Education 


Instrumental Music 



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Marilyn Y. Gore 

Bolivia, North Carolina 

Home Economics 




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Sharon L. Hadrick 

Norristown, Pennsylvania 

Special Education 




Gwendolyn A. Hill 

Waycross, Georgia 

Clothing 



Gail P. Hodges 

Hope Mills, North Carolina 

Special Education 



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Duanne Hoffler 

Suffolk, Virginia 

Clothing 



Jessie V. Hoover 

Thomasville, North Carolina 

Social Welfare 




Carol Y. Hughes 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

Clothing 



Sandra L. Hunter 
Valdosta, Georgia 
Special Education 



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Lois M. Isley 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Elementary Education 





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Carolyn D. Johnson 

Roanoke, Virginia 

History 




Varbara Jeffries 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

Sociology 




Cheryl A. Johnson 

Jamaica, New York 

Elementary Education 



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Denjse A. Johnson 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Sociology 



Raleighetta Johnson 

Turbeville, South Carolina 

Therapeutic Dietetics 




Diane D. Jones 

Richmond, Virginia 

History 



Johanna F. Lee 

Montclair, New Jersey 

Physical Education 



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Trieste V. Lockhart 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Special Education 





Lacine T. Lowrance 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

French 




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Denise A. Lyies 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Biology 



Glenda Mattox 

Newark, New Jersey 

English 



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Jacqueline McKenzie 

Chicago, Illinois 

Social Welfare 



Diane J. McLeod 

Florence, South Carolina 

Psychology 




Shirley A. Miller 


Katrina W. Moore 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Allendale, South Carolina 


Business Education 


Sociology 



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Valerie K. Moore 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Clothing 





Paulette Murray 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

Education 




Sharon L. Neal 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

Clothing 



Debra A. Palmer 

Hollyhill, South Carolina 

Music Education 



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Serena Parker 

Bridgehampton, New York 

Sociology 



Jeanette R. Perkins 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

French 










Gloria U. Pritchett 

Martinsville, Virginia 

Special Education 



Anita L. Rankin 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

English 



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Doris R. Rann 

Decatur, Georgia 

Elementary Education 



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Darlene E. Rose 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Psychology 




Dasretta G. Sapp 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

Special Education 



Cheryl Slaten 
Plainfield, New Jersey 
Elementary Education 



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Juliet C. Smith 

Goldsboro, North Carolina 

Music Education 



Deborah Staten 

New Bern, North Carolina 

Spanish 




Juliette Walker 

Georgetown, South Carolina 

Biology 



Karen I. Wallace 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 

Sociology 



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Vanessa Wiggins 

Newark, New Jersey 

Elementary Education 




Senior class officers for the Class of 1974 are (I. to r.) Linda Battle, 
president: Jessie Hoover, vice president; and Deborah Staten, parlia- 
mentarian. Not shown are Jeannette Pertains, secretary and Linda 
Baldwin, treasurer. 



Class Honors 



SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY ™ 

Dianne Jones Dasretta G. Sapp 

Juliette Walker 

DEPARTMENTAL RECOGNITION 

Linda Battle — Business Education 
Evelyn Cohens — Psychology 
Deborah H. Fewell — Special Education 
Katrina W. Moore — Sociology 
Deborah Staten — Spanish 
Marilyn Gore - Clothing & Textiles 
Gwendolyn Hill — Clothing & Textiles 
Carol Y. Hughes — Clothing & Textiles 
Dianne Jones — History 
Raleighetta Johnson — Dietetics 

ACHIEVEMENT IN COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 
Evelyn Cohens Jacqueline McKenzie 

Teresa Semper Cynthia McCaskiel 

Loreatha Graves 




WHO'S WHO For 1974 



Linda Battle 
Carol Y. Hughes 



Dianne Jones 

Valerie Moore 



Dasretta G. Sapp 



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Denise Lyies 
Carolyn Johnson 



Lacine Lowrance 
Deborah Staten 



Barbara Clark 

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Duanne Hoffler Raleighetta Johnson 

PROCTOR-GAMBLE AWARD - Carol Y. Hughes 

ROSE KARFIOL AWARD- Dianne Jones 

SCHOLARLY ACHIEVEMENT IN BUSINESS 

Linda Battle 

These honors were rendered at the Annual Rec- 
ognition Chapel Service on Thursday, March 21, 
1974 at 10 a.m. 



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A CHALLENGE TO SENIORS 



Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. 



As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth — | 
quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant; they too have their story. 



Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit. 



If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter; for always there will be 
greater and lesser persons than yourself. 

Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. 

Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing 
fortunes of time. 



Be yourself. Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of 
all aridity and disenchantment it is perennial as the grass. 

You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here. 

Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be, and whatever your labors 
and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your soul. 



-With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to: 
be happy. 




Senior Day, Beginning of the End 



Senior Day for the Class of '74 was a 
dream come true as it symbolized the com- 
pletion of four exciting and anxious years at 
Bennett. It was a day for the beauty of class 
sisters to be seen rather than talked about as 
the long line of 160 young women marched 
to the chapel. Behind the joking and laugh- 
ter, we could help but feel the seriousness of 
the occasion. The sophomores planned a 
beautiful senior banquet following the 
chapel ceremony. Even though this was one 
of the smallest senior classes, their spirit was 
surely one of the most joyous. 



(rightl IVIarshals Perdita Jay and Connell Pinnix 
lead the college choir into the chapel, (bottom) Dr. 
Breathett and Dr. Bundy discuss departmental 
matters while waiting for the procession to start. 



(right) Choir members brave the early spring chills and wind, (lower 
left) Dr. Hankins and Dr. Rao show mixed emotions as they get into 
the line, (lower right) Mrs. Smith marches into the chapel during her 
last Senior Day Procession as a member of the faculty. 






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Sophomores Honored the Senior Class 



Class sisters Doraleena Sammons and 
Nancy Drake '74 pose with Gwendolyn 
Easlev '74 and Sandra Gaddy. 




Members of this cheerful group include 
Lois Isley '74, Sheryl Glowers, Sherry 
Jeter, Lynne Thomas, Varbara Jeffries 
'74, and Lanell Jennings '74. 



The lovelies are Fernaundra Ferguson, 
Deborah Lundy, Geraldine Galloway 
■74, Denise Harper, Patricia McCoy and 
(rear) Sheila Ginn '74, 



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The ceremony, usually a solemn occasion, mas somewhat 
lighter this year as the spirit which has marked the four 
years of this class reigned, (above left) The Illumination 
Ceremony symbolized the passing of class attributes to 
underclassmen, {above right) Mrs. Streat met the parents 
of Marilyn Gore, (below) Mrs. Miller chatted with the 
mother of Deborah Fewell Harris. 



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SENIOR DAY, REMEMBERING 





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Dr. Isaac H. Miller, Jr. 





President Miller, a man on the move, was our dearest friend. 
He and Mrs. Miller were always there to give support, (above) 
The Millers were featured in an article on the selection of 
men's clothing, (above I.) Dr. Miller receives numerous con- 
tributions for special programs from local corporates. (r.) 
Gwen Hill discusses student concerns with President. (I. be- 
low) The Millers attend a variety of social functions, (r. 
below) They try "biking" for two. 




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The Division of Social Sciences 




Dr. George Breathett 

Chairman 



Dr. Dorothy Bardolph 

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Sociology 




William Alcorn 

Education 




Dr. V. Mayo Bundy 

Sociology 





Julia Covington 

Business 



Earline Curry 

Director, Children's house 



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Dr. Ewa Eko 

Political Science 



Wilhemina Gilbert 

Business 







Lois Goode, Dr. Leia Hankins 

Education 



Rita Jain 

Economics 




Joan Johnson 

Secretary 




Doris Knotts 

Business 



Willie McCallum 

Social Science 



Ann Purcell 

Secretary 



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Mary Scarlette 

Education 




Burma Wilkins 

Social Science 






Minnie B. Smith 

Geography 



Dr. Dorinda Trader 

Psychology 




Howard Higgs 

Special Education 




Mae Nash 

Career Services 



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Home Economics 





Dorjslene Bowens 

Physical Education 



Dr. James Alonso 

Mathematics 





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Physical Education 




Dr. Benjamin Duhart 

Chemistry 



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Dr. Sekhara Rao 

Biology 



Laurice Rich 

Physical Education 



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Gwendolyn Sneed 
Home Economics 






Ray Treadway 

Mathematics 



Louise G. Streat 

Home Economics 





David Surgeon, Willie Young 

Biology 



Nellouise Watkins 

Mathematics 





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Division of The Humanities 




Dr. Helen Trobian, 

Chairman 



Dr. Charlotte Alston 
Music 









Alma Adams 
Art 




Dr. Frances Arndt 
English 




Janet Cochran 

English 



Dr. Dorothy Boone 
English 



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Mary Jane Crawford 

Music 



Fred A. Eady 

Drama 



Ebele Eko 

French 






Georgie Latimer 

English 




Dr. Signe 


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Philosophy 



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Secretary 



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Amy Renolds 

Reading 




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Geraldine Totten 

Humanities 





Herndon Spillman 
Organ 




Armelia Thomas 

Music 



Dr. Virginia Tuclcer 

English 




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Administrative Staff 





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Chaplain 



Joseph Barber 

Palmer Planning Project 



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Dean, Student Affairs 



Zack Browning 

Building and Grounds 




Necia Boyers 

Co-Curricular Office 






Richard Fox 

Data Processing 

Records and Admissions - 
Dorothy Rice, Charlotte Barnes, 
Jean Groomes, Edna Stanback, 
and Mary Eady (Director). 



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Jimmie Gravely 

Recruiting Counselor 



Dorothy J. Harris 

13-College Curriculum Program 



James J. Scarlette 

Business Manager 





Dr. Marlowe Shute 

Institutional Research 




Mildred O. Tucker 

Financial Aid Office (left) 

Zepplyn Humphrey 

Placement Office (left) 



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Marvin H. Watkins 
Development 



Margaret McMillan and Ouida Scarborough, Residence Life 





Bessie Zeigler 

Institutional Research 

Addie Harrison, Gargi Iyer, Jacquelyn Mc- 
Girt, Montez Byers, and (below) Fannie 
Fisher, Library Staff. 



Esther Oliphant and Ellease Browning, Alumnae Office 
Audrey Franklin and Myra Davis, Publications and Information 







Joann Schecnk and Elizabeth Very, Development 

Supportive Staff 



Bobbie Humphrey and Dollieree Self 
Bookkeepmg 




Charles Byrd 
Bookstore 






Doretha Ferguson 
Dean's Office 




Venetia Fisher 
Institutional Research 




Pearl Florence 
Steno Pool 



Grace Flowers 

Postmistress 
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Rosa Hooker 

Purchasing Office 







Myra Jones 
Dietician 




Frederica Sayles 

Cashier 




Iris Walker 

Switchboard Operator 




R. E. Jones, Jr. 

Purchasing Office 




Elsie Simmons 
1 3CCP Secretary 




Eula Willis 

Assistant Dietician 




Mary Kirpatrick 
Snack Bar 




Alsie Trammell 

Nurse 




Pauline Wyrtch 
Library Assistant 



'Be not simply good - be good tor something." "Nothing will ever be attempted if all pos- 
-Henry David Thoreau sible objections must be first overcome." 

-Samuel Johnson 



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Today's Student 
Questions . . . 



... if we are a woman's college, who are our 
leaders? What are women on the faculty and 
staff involved in? We are proud of the roles our 
faculty and staff women play in the on-goings 
of the college. Unlike no other time in our 
history, women were being challenged to take 
the front. We saw women like Miss Dorothy 
Harris or Dr. Dawn Chaney who were doing 
beautiful, but relevant things. These women 
and others who asked for no praise or publicity, 
but whose efforts were so significant and so 
beneficial to the survival of Bennett College . . 




(above r.) Alma Adams' creative talents have boosted campus 
spirits, (above t.) Dorothy Bardolph's understanding and hard 
work with the Special Services Program is appreciated. (left) 
Netlouise Watkins is chartering interesting courses for the 
Math majors. 



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(top I.) Ellease Browning and the College Quartette have become a living legend 
among the alumnae, (right) Elizabeth Very is well loved by her Orientation class, 
(lower I.) Jimmie Gravely spends many lonely hours in airports, classrooms, cars, 
and motels while on the recruitment trail, (below) Effie Miller, a very gracious 
hostess, is gaining a reputation for being "someone who will listen." 




Many people participated in 
making the year a success 




The Womanless Wedding provoked much laughter, (upper right) The 
Wedding Trio consisted of Mr. Treadway, Dr. Shute, and Dr. Mack. 
(below I.) Mr. Browning was a charming bridesmaid, (below) Dean 
Bragg, the country preacher, is followed by the groom, Lynn Barry. The 
brides' mother was portrayed by Mr. R. E. Jones. 





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Many personalities go into making a college year 
differ from the last. Each faculty or staff person offers 
something to the experience. We congratulate those per- 
sons who "dared to dream" and who showed us the 
beauty in being black. 





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Creative and Beautiful, The Bennett Ideal 



There were those among us who tried to 
bear witness to our inner beauty. Our Bennett 
Sisters — artists, poets, singers, actresses, and 
scholars - contributed to the writing of the 
Bennett Story. They exemplified what we as 
young women have to offer. These were the 
Belles who refused to give way to apathy and 
who were always willing to lend a helping hand. 
Through their actions and words we discovered 
inner beauty and pride which said to outsiders 
that there is a Bennett Ideal. It lives on in many 
of the present Bennett Students whether it be 
in academic achievement, scientific research, 
artistic talent, or volunteer services. 




Bonita Chavis '75 received a $600 scholarship from the Khalif Masonic Lodge. She is £ 
very talented singer who has performed at numerous programs on and off the campus. 




Carol Y. Hughes, a Home Economics major, was the winner in the local 
chapter of the National Home Fashion League's Crafts/Design Fellowship 
Competition for her design of foyer lamps. She is pictured with Mrs. June T. 
Gussin, president of the Carolinas Chapter (right) and Mrs. Streat, vice presi- 
dent for Education. 




This year introduced Presidential Scholars to the campus. These 
young women demonstrated exceptional academic achievement 
in their high school years and on the Scholastic Aptitude Test. 
They have added to the college curriculum with their competi- 
tive spirit and seriousness of purpose. Pictured above are Betty 
Phifer, Frances Davis, Thorna Humphries, Nikki Woods, Sherri 
Johnson, and Demetria Chavis. 



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I have an ideal for the campus of Bennett College 
for Women. My conception would have it a place 
where there is always a breath of freedom in the air; 
where a sound and varied learning is taught heartily 
without show or pretense. 

There are reasons why the campus may become 
what I wish it to be. First, the life and teachings of 
Christ furnish forth the ideal of right and true wom- 
anhood. Second, all classes, conditions, and beliefs 
are welcome and students may rise by earnest striv- 
ing, hard work, and merit. Third, it is a place where 
wealth is no honor and poverty no shame; where 
honorable labor, even labor of the hands, is glorified 
by high purpose and strenuous desire for a clearer and 
larger view. 

On the campus there is also a will to serve all the 
high ends of students who are struggling to use the 
opportunity of getting an education. 

I feel that we are being taught to observe closely, 
to imagine vividly, to reason accurately, and to have 
about us some humility, and some toleration. 

-Mary E. Martin '31 





Sherron Daye and Norman Jeffries were very enthusiastic about per- 
forming in first dramatic productions of the year. As freshmen, it was a 
real experience for them to be a part of the Little Theatre Guild. 



Nannette Lowe and Rita Nzeribe did research with Dr. Allison Maggiolo 
which involved removing poisonous dye from Buffalo Creek. The proj- 
ect was funded by the Environmental Protection Agency. 




Clorinda Lee, a Psychology major, explained her "fish conditioning" 
experiment to visiting high school students on "College Day." 



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(top) Members of the dance group view Chris Dennard's "sound box". 
(below ).) Teresa Torrence, pledged with patience while walking that 
Ivy line, (right) Pretty Joann Blackstock received the first Marie Moffitt 
Home Economics Scholarship, (bottom r.) The seniors were honored by 
their sophomore sisters on Senior Day. 





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(left) Sherri Johnson was one of the charming freshmen in Pfeiffer Hal! 
who showed that beauty and brains do go together, (center) Johanna 
Lee assisted the recruitment effort in windy Chicago, (below) Marsha 
Love, Gina McAdoo and Carolyn Brodie were among the many students 
who involved themselves in campus affairs. 





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The year categorized and labeled each of us 
as we went about the task of being. This year, 
some voices refused to be drowned In the status 
quo. These were Belles who because of their 
unselfish involvement and their thirst for learn- 
ing will go down Into the written history of 
Bennett College. These young leaders of to- 
morrow who have no reason to hide, no need to 
run from what and who they are - Proud Ben- 
nett Women. 



Deborah Tolls (right) chats with ISP guest, Lyie 
Snyder, and Dr. Trobian. Snyder gained fame by 
claiming the entire populace of the U.S. as tax depen- 
dents. 







(above I.) Mary Lee spent most of the time in the Data Processing 
Center, (above r.) Marilyn Gore will be remembered as one of the most 
pleasant personalities on campus, (left) Brave Belles conquered their 
fears and made it through beginning swimming. 



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Rita Nzribe and other new members of Beta Kappa Chi Honor Society crooned the alma Mater as part of 
their initiation. 





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(upper I.) Lacine Lowrance assisted the Alumnae 
Office during a visit to Winston-Salem, (upper r.) 
While most of class paid attention to the Math 
Instructor. Johanna Lee was distracted by the 
camera, (left) Rev. Robert Horton, a prison chap- 
lain, meets Thorna Humphries and Deborah Lundy 
after delivering a lecture to the ISP class. 




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Career planning was the concern of every student and 
instructor whether it was in the classroom, in interviews 
for jobs, or in on-the-job experience. 



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After weeks of anxious anticipation, the 
Bennett College Choir finally took its annual 
visit to Atlanta as the guest of the Morehouse 
Glee Club. 

The long awaited euent began after the choir 
participated in the Humanities Festival. Ac- 
companied by Miss Dorothy Harris, Dr. Char- 
lotte Alston, and Miss Myra Davis, members of 
the choir boarded a new Trailway bus with all 
kinds of paraphenelia and expectations. The 
only stop en route to L.A. was for dinner at the 
Greenville, S.C. Holiday Inn. 

Having suffered from "talking stomachs," 
the group greeted the restaurant with open 
arms. Yet, it took many hundreds of minutes 
before they finally received their meals. But of 
course that old Bennett sense of humor pulled 
them through. 

The weary travelers finally made it to More- 
house's campus where they were greeted by 
those charming Morehouse men. Although the 
bus was several hours late, the warm welcoming 
made them forget the lost time. 

The group performed at Clark's Davage 
Auditorium. 



The group warmed up before the concert, while Miss 
Davis searched for a record player. 



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iabove) Dianne Lively, joyous about the success of the performance, 
clowns with Mrs. Harris and her mother, (below I.) Juliet Walker bumps 
with a Morehouse man. (below r.) Ike Miller shares a joke with Dr. 
Alston on the dance floor. 





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Alvin and Gaye Blount, Preparatory Division Recital 



Freddy Cole Trio and Karen Bucksell, Juliet Smith and Miss Myrd Od 



The Humanities Festival, the most colorful 
event of the year, was worth the heated tem- 
pers, frustrations, and hard work. The theme 
for 1974 was "The African Tradition; The 
Myth-The Reality." It endeavored to structured 
festival activities within the setting of the court 
of Sundiata Keita, an authentic thirteenth cen- 
tury epic hero who founded the Empire of 
Mali. 

Presentations included a panarama of court 
festivities which included music, dance, and 
drama: markets of the world; a foods fair; and 
excerpted segments from creative classroom 
excitements. The Student Senate sponsored a 
"mini-feast" in the evening and the Student 
Union Board offered entertainment at a festival 
gala that night. 

An invaluable exhibit of Malian artifacts were shown 
from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis who 
spent thirteen years in Africa. 




Special recognition goes to Mrs. Geraldine A. Totten who made the annual festival what 
it is today and for whose dedication to its success is so appreciative. 




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(top) Carol Coley works in the Greenhouse as a part of her 
classroom experience, (tower I.) James Crawford added flavor to 
the Biology Class, (lower r.) Gloria Duckett explains a point 
after class. 




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(top I.) Mrs. Streat and Mrs. Bell discussed the Home Economics major with 
high school students, (top r.l Deborah Staten demonstrated high academic 
achievement throughout the year, (lower I.) Mrs. Miller led one of the 
Freshmen Orientation classes, (lower r.) Mrs. Minnie B. Smith will be missed in 
the Social Science Department after 29 years of service. 




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Business Education 

Shallote, N.C. 



Carol Y. Hughes 74 
Home Economics 
Greensboro, N.C. 




Gwendolyn Johnson 

Biology 

Augusta, Ga. 




Bobetta Jones 

Chemistry 

Montgomery, Ala. 




LiiHid Bdttle 74 

Business Education 

Louisburg, N.C. 




Clorinda Lee '74 

Psychology 
Mt. Olive, N.C. 



Diane Jones '74 
Social Science 
Richmond, Va. 




Valerie Moore '75 

Home Economics 

Atlanta, Ga. 



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Education 

Greensboro, N.C. 



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Paulette Wicks '75 

Home Economics 

Albany, Ga. 



(I. to r.) Beba Turner, Paulette Wicks, Clorinda Lee, Perdita Jay, Bobetta Jones, 
and Gwendolyn Hill, (not pictured Deborah Harris Fewell, president). 




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The 1974-75 basketball team: (first row, I. to r.) Denlse Cook, Channel Jeffries, Esther Canty, and Johanna Lee (manager); (second row, I. 
to r.) Denise Johnson, Wanda Cobb, and Nannette Lowe; (third row, I. to r.| Miss Christine Klaus (coach}, Bernetta Sisco, Ruth Plant, and 
Duanne Hoffler (trainer) and Connie Law (not shown). 




Regardless of their win-loss record (6-7) the Bennen Belles were dyna- 
mite on the floor. The team spirit generated anxious moments of 
competitive sportsmanship behind the efforts of Denise Johnson's con- 
sistent scoring and Connie Law's rebounding. The support of the 
student body was overwhelming. 




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(front row. I. to r.) Miss Dorothy Harris, Advisor, Connell Pmnix, Perdita Jay, Deborah Davis, and Jacqueline Pace, (2nd row, I. to r.) Sarah 
Lively, Ral'eighteet Johnson, Clorinda Lee, Sarah Jones, Sharon Meal, and Valerie Moore; (3rd row, I. to r.) Paulette Wicks, Teresa Torrence, 
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{front kneeling) Dianne Jones and Lillie Foster; (2nd row, I. to r.) Sandra Johnson, Katherine Petty, Yardley Nelson, Barbara Clark and 
Larita Sprott; (3rd row) Gwendolyn Johnson, Nancy Drake, Sheila Ginn, Barbara Butler, Dyora Thomas, Veita Bland, and Geraldine 
Galloway; and (last row) Patricia Teal. Lillian Arrington, Deborah Staten, Mary Davis, and Lacine Lowrance. 



INDUCTEES '74 

Shirley Miller 
Esther Canty 
Doraleena Sammons 
Linda Crawford 
Deborah Lundy 
Beverly Satchell 
Saihe McKellar 
Norma Lester 
Annie Ward 
Fernaundra Ferguson 
Rita Nzeribe 
Sharon Buckner 
Wanda Spraggins 
Janice Canady 
Mary Ashe 
Celestine Wilson 
Crystal Phifer 
Jozetta Whaley 
Carol Smith 
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Members of the newly organized "sistership," The Goodfoots, are Johanna Lee, Geratdine Galloway, Jackie Hemphill, Juliet Smith, Odille 
Pierre-Louis, Beverly Tolbert, Deborah Tolbert, Vanessa Curry, Cheryl Slaten, Linda Hill, Pamela Coleman, Cathy Griffin. Lynne Thomas, 
Bernie Sisco, Colette George. Judith Hatch, and Joyce Bragg, (not pictured, Gloria Pritchett). 



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Sisters of Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship are Denise A. Johnson, Effie Jones, Anita Glass, Cheryl Johnson, Wanda Wells, Lucia Davis, 
Joann Blackstock, Diane Carnes, Gwendolyn Easley, Valerie Tillman, Cheryl Miller, Sadie Anthony, Sherita Blackstock, Sabrina Woods, 
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"Suffering produces greatness and great- 
ness can be seen at Bennett College today. 
Suffering creates endurance, endurance 
creates character, character creates hope 
and hope will not disappoint us." 

Rep. Richardson Preyer 

October 13, 1973 





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"I have become convinced that 
private higher education is a vital, 
even indispensible, part of the edu- 
cation system of our state and na- 
tion. That balance must be preser- 
ved between the public and private 
sectors of American higher edu- 
cation." 

State Attorney 
General Robert Morgan 
November 18, 1973 




"We hope we have had success in improving stu- 
dents' outlook on life, in giving them respect for 
themselves, and respect for others. We try to help 
them see themselves as they relate to the commu- 
nity, to the technical professions of which they are 
part, and to humanity at large. 

Dr. Isaac H. Miller, Jr. 

October 7, 1973 



"At Bennett, I became interested in racism and 
women, and learned that there was something we 
could do." 

Dr. Frances J. Bonner '39 
March 29, 1 974 



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Whatever the activity, many hours of hard planning and 
work VKent into it whether it was the basketball team losing a 
needed victory . . . Bernie performing with the Underground 
. . . the Clothing majors presenting their fashion show . . . 
Faculty preparing for the opening picnic. 






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First Semester, 1973-74 






Spring Semester, 1973-74 


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amores - 3.20 or above 




Freshmen - 3.00 or above 


Debra Alston 






Diana McGee 


Kimble Anthony 




Marsha Greene 


Sherita Blackstock 






Sally McKellar 


Pamela Bohannon 




Gilda Hackett 


Esther Canty 






Edelina Miller 


Cleopatra Branch 




Thorna Humphries 


Sheryl Glowers 






Crystal Mintz 


Gail Burgess 




Sheree Johnson 


Gloria Duckett 






Bertie Mitchell 


Donna Caldwell 




Cynthia Jones 


Gernaurdra Ferguson 






Rita Nzeribe 


Geneva Carswell 




Linda Kennedy 


Ophelia Foye 






Gail Parks 


Demetra Chavis 




Karen Laws 


Gail Gordon 






Paula Peterson 


Dassandra Clark 




Nannette Lowe 


Bother Harper 




Bertha Scarborough 


Frances Davis 




Deborah Lottery 


Robin Jones 






Clarencia Simmons 


Sherron Daye 




Gail Melvin 


Rose Jones 






Mary Sneed 


Lillerte DeSilva 




Sarah Murray 


Vicki Jones 






Terri Taylor 


Nancy Dolfinger 




Hortensia Nash 


Deborah Lundy 






Debra Tolls 


Wanda Edwards 




Gwendolyn Neal 


Althea McClellan 






Betty Whitted 


Pamela Frederick 




Sarah Pennington 


Patrice McCoy 






Celestine Wilson 


Sherry Fuller 




Linda Perkins 


Yvonne McFadden 








Katie Gailes 
Mary Gamble 




Bettye Phifer 
Gloria Phillips 


Juniors - 


- 3.30 or above 




Dorothy Gibson 




Sharon Smith 


Carol Coley 






Christine Ofoma 


Sharon Gilford 




Diane Stevens 


Agnes Duncan 






Jacquelyn Pace 


Patricia Goings 




Lucy Suddreth 


Deborah Herbin 






Connell Pinnix 


Laura Goodman 




Veronica Watson 


Perdita Jay 






Judy Carol Smith 


Michele Grandison 




Yvonne Webb 


Gwendolyn Johnson 






Glenda Sprueil 








Sandra Johnson 






Linda Sprueil 


Sophomores - 3.20 or above 


Bobetta Jones 






Laverne Suggs 


Debra Alston 




Sally McKellar 


Clorinda Lee 






Reba Turner 


Esther Canty 




Edelina Miller 


Lila Martin 






Paulette Wicks 


Ophelia Foye 




Crystal Mintz 


Yardley Nelson 








Gail Gordon 
Rother Harper 




Bertie Mitchell 
Rita Nzeribe 


Seniors - 


- 3.40 or above 




Robin Jones 




Paula Peterson 




Lir 


da Battle 




Rose Mary Jones 




Bertha Scarborough 




Eve 


yn Cohens 




Deborah Lundy 




Clarencia Simmons 




Carol Hughes 




Althea McClellan 




Mary Sneed 


Katrina Wilds Moore 




Patricia McCoy 




Debra Tolls 




Deborah Staten 




Yvonne McFadden 




Betty Whitted 










Diana McGee 




Celestine Wilson 


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Bobetta Jones 
Clorinda Lee 
Lila Martin 




Glenda Sprueil 

Reba Turner 

Paulette Wicks 








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The Little Theatre Guild presented 'The Trojan Women" which received outstanding reviews. Leading actors included Barbara Clark, 
Deborah Staten, Renee Carrington. Freda Williamson, Lillie Foster, Katie Gailes, Gtna McAddo, Linda Crawford, Marilyn Roberts, Eric 
Miller, Larry Sherman, Alan Eady, Ricky Smith, Johnny Pinckney, Keith Miller, and Dedric Williamson. 




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Seniors were inducted into the National Bennett Alumnae Association on Saturday morning. 





Among the beautiful people at the President's reception were hosts 
Gwendolyn Sneed and Leon McDougle. 



Sharon Hadrick and her sister greet the Braggs at the reception. 



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Robenis Washington and her family greet Miss Latimer while Mrs. McCallum looks ( 





The Breathettes chat with Marion B. Wilson who was present for her twentieth class reunion. She resides in Los Angeles. California. 



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Rain, Excitement, and Spirit 















Amid the rain and anxiety, the class of 1974 
terminated four years of anticipation. 

After the beautiful spring days of the week- 
end, Sunday offered an unwelcomed change. 
There was rain and more rain. The chapel, al- 
ways too large during the regular school year, 
burst at the seams as parents, relatives, and 
friends searched for seats. Graduates and the 
faculty mauled around the chapel staircase, 
impatiently awaiting the start of the proces- 
sional. 

Finally the marshals motioned for order. 
The 1974 Commencement began and the ter- 
rible weather was forgotten. Smiles told of their 
inner feelings or hid the uncertainty of the 
future. 

The commencement address was delivered 
by the Reverend Dr. James S. Thomas, of the 
Iowa District. 

Bishop Thomas told the class that its mem- 
bers will need self-discipline for "a world where 
resources can no longer be used with reckless 
abandon." 



Waiting to march down the Chapel aisle are. (I. to r.) 
Lanell Jennings, Deborah McFadden, Duanne Hoffler, 
Johanna Lee, Gwendolyn Hill, Raleighetta Johnson, 
Vanessa Wiggins, Robenia Washington, Deborah 
Staten, and Karen Wallace. 





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He said that it was ridiculous to believe that 
"with our vast knowledge of technology, we 
cannot rid ourselves of pollution, if we really 
wanted to stop pollution." 

"Today's crucial question," he stated, "is 
can we voluntarily limit our uses of food, wa- 
ter, and other natural resources, or must they 
be limited by government decree." 

"Either we discipline ourselves or suffer as 
the Third World is suffering." 

He added that many of today's problems 
were caused by "too much rhetoric of libera- 
tion, but not enough of the discipline needed to 
make true liberation possible." 

The bishop urged the graduates to pursue 
"sound knowledge which leads to wisdom, a 
wisdom which leads to compassion." 

Although, this class was small in number, 
they will always be remembered for their un- 
tiring spirit and their quest for the unusual. 



Junior Lita Martin and Amber Anderson led the grad- 
uating class into the chapel. 




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Bishop James S. Thomas, the commencement speaker, urged the grad- 
uates to use wisdom in the daily Mving. 



Dean Bragg and Miss Harris solemnly march from the chapel. 





New graduates Gwendolyn Hill and Duanne Hoff ler march out into a world of excitement and uncertainty . 




Faculty Marshals Leia Hankins and Georgie Latimer march in front of the "hght-hearted" Mr. Joseph Barber and Dr. Mayo Bundy. 



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Cynthia McCaskiel and Gwendolyn Parker chat out in the rain with Bishop Thomas. 




Gail Hodges beams with delight as she poses with members of her beautiful family. Garl had 5 aunts who attended Bennett College. 



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Mary Adrian 3 



Amber Anderson 3 



Kimble Anthony 1 



Elise Baly 2 




Deborah Beale 2 



Sheila Bennett 3 



Linda Berry 3 



Edwena BIgelow 2 




Joann Blackstock 3 



Pam Bohannon 1 



Gisele Bounsell 2 



Audrey Bridges 1 




Carolyn Brodie 3 



Donna Brown 3 



Jean Brown 3 



Linda Brown 3 



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Karen Bucksell 1 



Cathy Burton 1 



Delores Bussie 1 



Anita Caldwell 3 



Esther Canty 2 



Patricia Capel 3 




Geneva Carswell 1 



Stephanie Cherry 1 



Eva Chesson 2 





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Kim Clark 2 



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Carol Coley 3 



Barbara Butler 3 




Renee Carrington 3 




Kassandra Clark 1 




Etta Collins 2 



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Margaret Craig 1 



Linda Crawford 3 



Vanessa Curry 3 



Jerrylyn Davis 1 




Sherron Daye 1 



Nancy Dolfinger 1 



Karen DuBose 3 



Agnes Duncan 3 



Rita Duren 2 Donna Edwards 2 Wanda Edwards 1 




Fernaundra Ferguson 2 




Yolundra Ferguson 2 Loretta Fitzgerald 2 Belinda Foulks 1 



Shirley Fountain 3 



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Ophelia Foye 2 



Eunice Franklin 3 



Sandra Freeman 3 



Julene Fuller 2 




Sherry Fuller 1 



Sandra Gaddy 2 



Katie Gailes 1 




Gloria Garvin 2 




Sylane Gause 3 



Collette George 2 



Patricia Coins 1 



Jeannette Goodwin 1 




Marsha Green 1 



Regina Hairston 2 



Sarah Hargroves 1 



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Denise Harper 2 



Saundra Harper 1 



Janice Hatch 3 



Margie Johnson 1 





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Linda Hill 2 



Lennet Hill 1 



Marilyn Horton 3 



Hedy House 2 




ki^ ^ 



Faye Howard 1 



Thorna Humphries 1 



Perdita Jay 3 



Ruby Jefferson 1 




Gwendolyn Johnson 3 



Hilda Johnson 3 



Iris Johnson 2 



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Margo Johnson 2 



Sandra Johnson 2 



Bobetta Jones 3 



Effie Jones 3 





Robin Jones 2 



Vicki Jones 2 



Clorindd Let 



Bertha Kersey 1 



Mary Lee 2 



Norma Lester 3 



Lealer King 2 




Brenda Lilly 1 




Nykki Lodrig 2 





Carol Long 3 



Bonita Lowe 1 



Debra Lowrance 2 



Deborah Lundy 2 




Geneive McCormIck 2 



Leslie McTier 1 



Patricia McCoy 2 



Shirlene McCoy 3 Marilyn McKenzie 2 



June Martin 3 



Lila Martin 3 




Gail Melvin 1 



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Edelina Miller 2 



Crystal Mintz 2 



Deborah Moore 3 



Francine Motley 3 




Alice Myatt 3 



Gwendolyn Neal 1 



Yardley Nelson 3 Jackie Nicholson 1 




Velma Noble 3 



Wilhemina Oliver 2 Suzanne Owens 2 



Jacqueline Pace 3 





Frankie Penn 2 



Linda Perkins 1 



Patricia Perry 1 



Joy Person 2 



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Paula Peterson 3 



Katherine Petty 3 



Bettye Phifer 1 



Crystal Phifer 2 




Odile Pierre-Louise 3 Connell Pinnix 3 



Betty A. Price 1 



Gloria Quick 2 




Doroleena Sammons 2 Delphia Saunders 1 Louellen Saunders 2 Bertha Scarborough 2 




Hester Scott 2 



April Sherrod 2 



Virginia Siier 1 



Queen Simpson 2 




Bernetta Sisco 2 



Judy Smith 3 



Edith Smith 1 



Fredrica Spencer 2 




Wanda Spragglin 2 



Cathy Swan 3 



Lucy Suddreth 1 



Ardrena Sutton 1 




Patricia Teal 3 



Dyora Thomas 3 



Beverly Tolbert 3 



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Deborah Tolbert 3 



Iris Vaughn 2 



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Sheila VIckers 2 Carolyn Washington 1 




Terreessa Williams 1 



Jackie Williams 1 



Tamara Wilson 1 



Cynthia Woodruff 3 






Nicki Woods 1 



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SCENES 



Cheryl Johnson '76 




Student Directory 



Seniors 

ALSTON, LIZZIE ANN 

Rte 6, Box 473 

LouiSburg, N. C. 27549 

Sociology 

ARRINGTON, LILLIAN E. 

25 Taylor Dr. 105 

Bridgeport Ct. 06605 

Special Education 

ASHE, MARY E. 

116 Ridge St. 

Reidsuille, N. C. 27320 

Business Administration 

BALDWIN, LINDA D. 

P. O. Box 202 

LouiSburg, N. C. 27549 

Special Education 

BALLENTINE, RUBY 

Rte 5, Box 298 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Pre-Medicine 

BATTLE, LINDA 

Rte 2, Box 282-D 

Whitakers, N. C. 27891 

Business 

BELL, CYNTHIA 

Rt. 1, Box 931 

Spring Lake, N. C. 28390 

English 

BLAND, VETIA JOYCE 

P. O. Box 391 

Gray, Ga. 31032 

Biology 

BOULWARE, DEBORAH J. 

2102 Roslyn Ave. 

Charlotte, N. C. 28208 

Elementary Education 

BUSH, YVONNE ALTHEA 

Rte 1, Box 87 

Martin, S. C. 29836 

Special Education 

CLARK, BARBARA L. 

Rte 9, Box 110-B 

Fayetteuille, N. C. 28301 

French 

COHENS, EVELYN L. 

1110 Ward St. 

Greenville, N. C. 27834 

Psychology 

DANZY, FRIEDA 

636 Skipper Dr. NW 

Atlanta, Ga. 30318 

Sociology 

DRAKE, NANCY C. 

P. O. Box 27 

Bethel, N. C. 27812 

Mathematics 

EASLEY, GWENDOLYN 

1012 Bay Rd. 

East Palo Alto, Ca. 94303 

Early Childhood Education 

EVANS, RENEE 

14 Colebrook St. 

Hartford, Ct. 06112 

Elementary Education 



EXUM, VIVIAN R. 

Rte 1, Box 20 

Stokes, N. C. 27884 

Business Education 

FEWELL, DEBORAH HARR 

1601 Pisgah Ch. Rd. 

Greensboro, N. C. 27408 

Special Education 

FOSTER, LILLIEO. 

Rte 1, Box 169-2 

Yanceyville, N. C. 27379 

Elementary Education 

GALLOWAY, GERALDINE 

6414 Oak St. 

Glen Burnie, Md, 21061 

Chemistry 

GINN, SHEILA 

245 E. Second St. 

Estill, S. C. 29918 

Instrumental IVtusic 

GORE, MARILYN Y. 

Rte 1, Box 293 

Bolivia, N. C. 28422 

Home Economics 

GRANT, REBECCA R. 

560 Grant Street 

Henderson, N. C. 27536 

Biology 

GRAVES, BARBARA 

Rte 1, Box 161 

Leasburg, N. C. 27291 

Sociology 

GREENLEE, PHYLLIS M. 

1032 Alamance Rd. 

Greensboro, N. C. 27406 

Home Economics 

HADRICK, SHARON L. 

543 Cherry St. 

Norristown, Pa. 19401 

Special Education 

HARDY, CYNTHIA F. 

3930 Suitland Rd. 

Suitland, Md. 20023 

Mathematics 

HILL, GWENDOLYN A. 

1416 Rockefeller 

Waycross, Ga. 31501 

Clothing 

HODGES, GAIL PATRICIA 

Rte 1, Box 443 

Hope Mills, N, C. 28348 

Special Education 

HOFFLER, DUANNE 

712 Adams St. 

Suffolk, Va. 23434 

Clothing 

HOOVER, JESSIE V. 

1016 East St. 

Thomasville, N. C. 27360 

Social Welfare 

HUGHES, CAROL 

1404 S. Benbovu Rd. 

Greensboro, N. C. 27406 

Clothing 

HUNT, PATRICIA 

809 Wakefield Rd. 



Neptune, N.J. 07753 

English 

HUNTER, SANDRA LEE 

801 Bunche Dr. 

Valdosta, Ga. 31601 

English 

ISLEY, LOIS MARIE 

2430 N. 28th St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19132 

Elementary Education 

JEFFRIES, VARBARA 

Rte 3, Box 768 

Greensboro, N. C. 27410 

Sociology 

JENNINGS, LANELL 

Rte 1, Box 90 

Nathalie, Va. 24577 

Mathematics 

JOHNSON, CAROLYN DEVA 

121 1 Rugby Blvd. NW 

Roanoke, Va. 24017 

History 

JOHNSON, CHERYL A. 

107-26 165 St. 

Jamaica, N. Y. 11433 

Elementary Education 

JOHNSON, DENISE ANN 

1431 N. 59th St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19117 

Sociology 

JOHNSON, RALEIGHETTA 

Rte 1, Box 232 

Turbeville, S. C. 29162 

Therapeutic Dietetics 

JONES, DIANE DELORES 

1203 W. Moore St. 

Richmond, Va. 23220 

History 

JONES, MARIAN PAULA 

P. O. Box 134 

Hoffman, N. C. 28347 

Pre-Medicine 

LAW, CONSTANCE ELAINE 

4136 Leidy Ave. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19104 

History 

LEE, F.JOHANNA 

16 Miller St. 

Montclair, N. J. 07042 

Physical Education 

LOCKHART, TRIESTE V. 

829 Neal St. NW 

Atlanta, Ga. 30318 

Special Education 

LOWRANCE.LACINE T. 

124 N. Jackson Ave. 

Winston Salem, N. C. 27101 

French 

LYLES, DENISE ANN 

211 Cedar Hill La. 

Baltimore, Md. 21225 

Biology 

MATTOX, GLENDA 

218 S. 12th St. 

Newark, N. J. 07107 

English 



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Student Directory 



MAXWELL, WANDA P 

Rte 1. Box 712 

Greensboro. N. C. 27406 

Elementary Educalron 

McFADDEN. DEBRA J. 

703 S Sumier Si. 

Sumier. S. C 29150 

McKENZIE. JACQUELINE 

5529 W. Jackson 

Chicago. III. 60644 

Social Welfare 

McLEOD. DIANE J. 

Rl. 2. Box 89 

Florence. S. C. 29501 

Psychology 

MILLER, SHIRLEY A. 

350 Dollan Mill SW 

Allanta. Ga. 30331 

Business Education 

MOORE. KATRINA WILDS 

907 E. Flat St. 

Allendale. S. C. 29810 

Sociology 

MOORE. REBA 

Route 2. Box 193 

Lillington. N. C. 27546 

Elennentary Education 

MOORE. VALERIE K. 

236 Richardson Rd. N.W. 

Atlanta, Ga. 30314 

Clothing 

MUSSINGTON. CATHY 

701 Dewitt St. 

Greensboro. N. C. 27401 

Physical Education 

NEAL. SHARON L. 

1401 Nealtown Rd. 

Greensboro. N. C. 27405 

Clothing 

PALMER, DEBRA A. 

Rte 2. Box 283A 

Hollyhill. S. C. 29059 

Music Education 

PARKER. GWENDOLYN 

303 M. Avalon Rd. 

Greensboro. N. C. 27401 

Elementary Education 

PARKER. SERENA 

Box 158 Suwassett 

Bridgehampton. N. C. 1 1932 

Sociology 

PERKINS. JEANETTE R. 

571 East Herman St. 

Philadelphia. Pa 19144 

French 

PLANT. RUTH MARIA 

315 Reily St. 

Harrisburg. Pa. 17102 

Pre-Medicine 

PRITCHETT. GLORIA U. 

402 First St. 

Martinsville, Va. 24112 

Special Education 

QUICK. JOAN CHALMERS 

181 2-A Gatewood Aue. 

Greensboro. N. C. 27420 



Elementary Education 

RANKIN. ANITA L. 

6469 Ross St 

Philadelphia. Pa. 19119 

English 

RANN. DORIS REECE 

3495 Glenwood Rd. 

Decatur. Ga. 30032 

Elementary Education 

ROSE. DARLENE E. 

1425 N. Lmwood Ave. 

Baltimore. Md. 21213 

Psychology 

ROUSSEAU. LINDA LONG 

2208 Acorn Rd. 

Greensboro. N. C. 27406 

Special Education 

SAPP. DASRETTA GADSON 

3846-A West Avenue 

Greensboro. N. C. 27407 

Special Education 

SAWYERR. DORIS 

36 Bathurst Frtown 

Sierra Leone. Afr. 

Dietetics 

SLATEN. CHERYL 

270 Chelsea Blvd. 

Plainfield, N. J. 

Elementary Education 

SMITH. JULIET CAROL 

703 W. Walnut St. 

Goldsboro. N. C. 27530 

Music Education 

SOYABONGAY. GLADYS 

2130 Everitt. Apt. 2 

Greensboro. N. C. 

Business 

STATEN. DEBORAH 

1708 Lincoln St. 

New Bern. N. C. 28560 

Spanish 

WEBB. RICHETTA 

1300 Waterfird Dr. 

District Hghts. Md. 20028 

Dietetics 

WALKER. JULIETTE 

P. O. Box 168 

Georgetown. S. C. 29440 

Biology 

WALLACE, KAREN INEZ 

303 Woodview Ave. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 29301 

Sociology 

WASHINGTON, ROBENIA 

606 W. Rankin Ave. 

Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

English 

WEAVER, SHIRLEY D. 

826 Circle Dr. 

Greensboro, N. C. 27405 

Elementary Education 

WIGGINS, VANESSA 

115 Aldine St. 

Newark. N. J. 07112 

Elementary Education 

WILSON. GLORIA 



438 West 26th St. 

Winston Salem. N. C. 27105 

Biology 

WRIGHT. DELORIS FAYE 

Rte 1. Box 441 

Brown Summit. N. C. 27214 

Psychology 

BASS. MARIE OLIVIA 

917 Hilltop Blvd. 

Reidsville. N. C. 27320 



Juniors 



AARON. BARBARA 

150 Pamela Dr. 

Hampton. Va. 23366 

ABRAM. MARY KATHERINE 

Route 2. Box 61 

Fairmont. N. C. 28340 

ANDERSON. AMBER S. 

15 Bryant Cres 

White Plains. N. Y. 10605 

ANTHONY. SADIE J. 

474 Mclver 

Lynchburg. Va. 24504 

ASHLEY. POLLY 

Rte 3. Box 72-B 

Quitman. Ga. 31643 

BARNES. ANNETTE 

113 Greenlield Blvd. 

Greenville. N. C. 27834 

BELL. GINGER L. 

1100 Depot Rd. 

Smilhfield. N. C. 27577 

BENNETT. SHEILA 

P. O. Box 423 

Lilesville. N. C. 28091 

BERRY. LINDA DIANNA 

Rte 1. Box 116 

Manteo. N. C. 27954 

BLACKSTOCK. JOANNE 

415 S. 2nd Ave. 

Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 10550 

BRAGG. JOYCE 

29 Sussex Ave. 

East Orange. Mi. 0701 8 

BRODIE. CAROLYN M. 

705 Kenmore Ave. 

Louisburg. N. C. 27549 

BROOKS. DIANE I. 

1545 Greenwood Ave. 

Camden. N. C. 08103 

BROWN. JEAN C. 

P. 0. Box 235 

East Spencer. N. C. 28159 

BROWN. LINDA C. 

1011 Bennett St. 

Wilmington. De. 19801 

BUTLER. BARBARA A. 

Rte 2. Box 21 

Shallotte. N. C. 28459 

CALDWELL. ANITA D. 

908 Tracy Dr. 

Charlotte. N. C. 28210 

CANADY. ELIZABETH 

901 Bolton Rd. NW 

Atlanta. Ga. 30331 

CAPEL. PATRICIA A. 

Rte 2, Box 141-A 

Candor, N. C. 27229 



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CARTER, BETTY JO 
Rt. 1, 703 

Chatham, Va. 24831 
CHAVIS, BONITA 
Rte 1 , Box 299 
McLeansville, N. C. 27301 
CHAVIS, SHARON 
1419 Huffine Mill 
Greensboro. N. C. 27405 
CHRISCO. DENISE 
724 Frank St. 
Asheboro, N. C. 27203 
COBB, WANDA D. 
319A Rich Green 
Kinston, N. C. 28501 
COLEY, CAROL 
1997 Mallard Ave, 
Macon, Ga. 31206 
CRAWFORD, LINDA S. 
P. O. Box 762 
Whiteville. N. C. 28472 
CROSS, BURNETTA J. 

206 Burns St. 
Asheboro. N. C. 27203 
CURRY. VANESSA 
Rte 3. Box 45 

Elon College, N. C. 27244 

DANDRIDGE. DIANA M. 

1713 Independence SE 

Washington. D. C. 20003 

DAVIS. KATRINA D. 

3124 S.W. Blvd. 

Charlotte. N. C. 28216 

DAVIS, LUCIA GAIL 

6830 NW 28th Ave. 

Miami. Fla 33147 

DAVIS. MARY P. 

Pine Shoal Dr. 

Snow Hill. N. C. 28580 

DICKERSON, ABIGAIL 

1603-B Stadium Dr. 

Thibodaux, La. 70301 

DUBOSE. KAREN 

130-26 176th Place 

Springfield Gardens. N. C. 11434 

DUNCAN. AGNES 

9547 S. Prairie 

Chicago. III. 60628 

EDWARDS. AMONIA M. 

310 Crest Dr. 

Chapel Hill. N. C. 27514 

ELDRIDGE. MARY 

7726 S. Evans 

Chicago, III. 60619 

EVANS. B. LORRAINE 

4431 A. St. SE 

Washington. D. C. 20019 

FOSTER. JACQUELINE 

207 Brooks Ct. 
Greensboro. N. C. 
FORNEY. KAREN O. 
218 Healen St. 
Lenoir. N. C. 28645 
FOUNTAIN. SHIRLEY 
23 Mt. Pisgah Apt. 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
FRANKLIN, EUNICE 
Rte 1. Box 607 
Mechanicsville. Va. 23111 
FREEMAN. SANDRA J. 
Rte 1. Box 173 

Hope Mills, N. C. 28348 



FULLER, DIANE 
1835 Plymouth St. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19126 
GAUSE. SYLANE 
Rte 1. Box 109 
Shallotte. N. C. 28459 
GLASS. ANITA 
564 Wiconisco 
Harrisburg. Pa. 17110 
GREEN. SHIRLEY 
Rte 2. Box 585 
Trenton, N. C. 28585 
GUY. EDNA HAYES 
2310 Larkspur Dr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 27405 
HARRIS. PATRICIA R. 
165 Lousiana 
Trenton. N. J. 08638 
HEMPHILL. JACQUELYN 
415 W. Jeff Davis 
Montgomery. Ala. 
HEREIN. DEBORAH A. 
Rte 6, Box 523 
Reidsville. N. C. 27320 
HORTON. MARILYN 
212 W. Water St. 
Whiteville. N. C. 28472 
HOWARD. JACQUELINE 
3344 Sargeant Dr. 
Charlotte. N. C. 28212 
HUNT. PATRICIA D. 
807 Wakefield Rd. 
Neptune. N. C. 07753 
ISLER. DOROTHY 
106 Hines Drive 
Goldsboro. N. C. 27530 
JACKSON. AGGIE JEAN 
96 Mountain St. 
Asheville, N. C. 28801 
JAY. PERDITA DENISE 
145 Peyton Rd. SW 
Atlanta, Ga. 3031 1 
JOHNSON. GWENDOLYN 
3646 London Blvd. 
Augusta. Ga, 30906 
JOHNSON. HILDA 
Rte 2, Box 157 
Elizabethtown. N. C. 28337 
JOHNSON. MARCIA 
169 Washington St. 
Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 10550 
JOHNSON. SANDRA 
102 S. 11th St. 
Wilmington. N. C. 28401 
JONES. BOBBETTA 
203 Springhill Ave. 
Montgomery. Ala. 36110 
JONES. EFFIE ELROY 
P. O. Box 241 
Laurinburg. N. C. 28352 
JONES. SARAH M. LOIS 
Rte. 1. Box 371 
Rockingham, N. C. 28379 
KELLY, DOROTHY M. 
Rte. 2, Box 132 
Camden, S. C. 29020 
KIRK. ETHEL C. 
310 S. Virginia St. 
Goldsboro. N. C. 27530 
KNIGHT. BELINDA 
205 Carl Ave. 
Edgewater Park, N. C. 08010 



LEARY. GLENNA 
1315 Ardmore Dr. 
Greensboro. N. C. 27401 
LEE. CLORINDA 
Rte. 6. Box 198 
Mt. Oliver, N. C. 28365 
LEMONS, PRISCILLA R. 
Box 403 

Lanexa, Va. 23089 
LESTER, NORMA YVONNE 
Rte. 73, Stomphall Rd. 
Cedars, Pa. 79423 
LINDSEY. CYNTHIA M. 
25 Alden Ave. 
Trenton. N. C. 08618 
LIVELY. SARAH DIANE 
1107 Sixth Ave. 
Augusta. Ga. 30901 
LONG, CAROL ANITA 
1 17 Booker Ave. 
Lexington. N. C. 27292 
LOVE. MARSHA 
224 Upland Ave. 
Trenton. N. J. 08638 
MARTIN. JUNE C. 
1323 Moretz Ave. 
Charlotte. N. C. 28206 
MARTIN. LILA 
Rte 1, Box 278 
Rockingham, N. C. 28379 
McADOO, GINA D. 
P. 0. Box 153 
Efland. N. C. 27243 

Mccormick, cardelia 

Rte. 3. Box 198 
Red Springs. N. C. 28377 
McCOY, SHIRLENE 
15-F Vista Estates 
Columbus, Ga. 31906 

McDowell, sheila a. 

154 Darrington SW 
Washington. D. C. 20032 
McLEAN. GWENDOLYN 
1104 Rountree Ave, 
Wilson, N. C. 27893 
MERRITT. ANGELA Y. 
315 McDade St. 
Chapel Hill. N. C. 27514 
MILLER, CHERYL 
111-17 158th St. 
Jamaica, N. C. 11433 
MOREHEAD. MELVA A, 
Rte. 10. Box 581 
Greensboro. N. C. 27406 
MOTLEY. FRANCINE 
1543 W. Market St. 
Cheraw. S. C. 29520 
MYATT. ALICE FAYE 
Rte 3. Box 411 
Raleigh, N. C. 27603 
NELSON, YARDLEY M. 
437 Riley St. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 14208 
NOBLE, VELMA 
1504 Avalon Rd. 
Greensboro, N. C. 27401 
NORWOOD. MARY L. 
4023 W. Carroll 
Chicago, III. 60624 



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OFOMA, CHRIS U. 
Box 15, Umudim 
Nnewi ECS, Niger 
OWENS, DORIS L. 
908 J. C. Napier Cis 
Nashville, Tenn. 37210 
PACE, JACQUELINE 
Rie. 7, Box 297A 
Favetieville. N. C. 28306 
PENN, FRANKIE DENISE 
812 26lh St. NW 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27105 
PETTY, KATHERINE U. 
1 123 Jansen Ave. 
Hillside, Md. 20027 
PIERRE-LOUIS. ODILE 
St. Paul College 
Lawrenceville, Va. 23868 
PINNIX, CONNELL S. 
Rtc 7, Box 252 
Burlington, N. C. 27215 
POLLOCK, THETA D. 
Rte 1, Box 483 
Hubert, N. C. 28539 
OUARLES, JACKQUELINE 
1130 E. 12th, Apt. 2 
Wilmington, De. 19802 
RORIE. MARY ALICE 
Rte 4, Box 178A 
Wadesboro, N. C. 28170 
SAUNDERS, MARY A. 
Rte 1, Box 90A 
Milton, N. C. 27305 
SCHENCK, RUBY JEAN 
P. O. Box 98 
Stanley, N. C. 28164 
SCOTT, DELORES ANN 
703 W. Horah St. 
Salisbury, N. C. 28144 
SELDON, AILLENE 
412 Fulton Rd. 
Upatio, Ga. 31829 
SHOPSHIRE, RENEE T. 
88 Kirkwood Rd. NE 
Atlanta, Ga. 30317 
SIMPSON, OUEEN C. 
Rte 1, Box 327 
Reidsville, N. C. 27320 
SIMPSON, RENEE 

902 East Rd. 
Salisbury, Md. 21801 
SLADE, HELEN L. 

903 Dillon St 
Reidsville, N. C. 27320 
SLATEN, CHERYL A. 
270 Chelsea Blvd. 
Plainfield, N. C. 07062 
SPROTT. LARITA 
2505 Houston St. 
Beaumont, Tx. 77701 
SPRUEIL, GLENDA M. 
Rt. 3, Box 472 
Summerfield, N. C. 27358 
SPRUEIL, LINDA M. 

Rt. 3, Box 472 
Summerfield, N. C. 27358 



SUGGS, LAVERN HICKS 
514-25th St. 
Columbus, Ga. 31904 
SUTTON, CHERYL D 
Rte 7, Box 117 
Kinston, N. C. 28501 
SWANN, KATHY 
Rte 2, Box 54 
Vass, N. C. 28394 
TEAL, PATRICIA D. 
902 Moorman Rd. NW 
Roanoke, Va. 24016 
THOMAS, DOYRA C. 
4303 Kingarthur PI. 
Greensboro, N. C. 27405 
TILLMAN, VALERIE 
153 Donaldson Rd. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 14208 
TOLBERT, BEVERLY D. 
1132 E. WoodlamnSt. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19138 
TOLBERT, DEBORAH P. 
1413 Jacqueline St. 
Richmond, Va. 23220 
TURNER, MARILYN LUCAS 
315 F. Mendenhall 
Greensboro, N. C. 27403 
TURNER, REBA M. 
124 Bonair St. 
Atlanta, Ga. 30314 
WARD, ANNIE PEARL 
P. O. Box 235 
Lilesville, N. C. 28091 
WEBB, YVONNE 
3296 Bethune Ave. 
Macon, Ga. 31201 
WELLS, WANDA JEAN 
942 South Mam 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
WHITE, SANDRA J. 
7912 Grant Dr. 
Lanham, Md. 20801 
WICKS, PAULETTE D. 
201 Sunrise Dr. 
Albany, Ga. 3705 
WILLIAMS, SEDELL 
Rt. 2, Box 194 
Warrenton, N. C. 27509 
WILSON, ANGELA D. 
601 Richardson St. 
Greensboro, N. C. 27403 
WILSON, GWENDOLYN M. 
17 Albert Spears 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
WOODROFF, CYNTHIA R. 
1230 Crittenden NW 
Washington, D. C. 20011 

Sophomores 

ALEXANDER, VERNADLTTE 
34 Indian Mill Rd. 
Windsor, Ct. 06059 
ALLFORD, KAREN L. 
1910 Rorer Ave.. S.W. 
Roanoke, Va. 24016 



ANDERSON, SANDRA P. 
106 16 159th St. 
Jamaica, N. C. 1 1433 
BALY, ELISE ROSITA 
EST Thomas 14-62 
St Thomas, VI 00801 
BEALE, DEBORAH LEIGH 
108 Mountain St. 
Asheville, N. C. 28801 
BEAM, DIANA 
1106 Gorrell St 
Greensboro, N. C. 27406 
BIGELOW, EDWENA KAYE 
Rte. 1, Box 111-B 
Yanceyville, N. C. 27379 
BILLINGSLEA, SHERIE 
1620 Hollywood NW. 7B 
Atlanta, Ga. 30318 
BLACKSTOCK. SHERITA 
415 S. 2nd Ave. 
Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 10550 
BOUNSELL, GISELE C. 
5625 Barbee Rd. 
Durham, N. C. 27707 
BOYD. ROBYN YVONNE 
261 Ely Ave. 
Norwalk, Ct. 06854 
BRANCH, JENNETTE R. 
Rt. 1. c/o O. W. Weldon 
Henderson. N. C. 27536 
BRIDGEFORTH, CARMEN 
100 Dry Hill Rd. 
Norwalk. Co. 06851 
BUCKNER. SHARON J. 
658 Madison St., N.E. 
Washington, D. C. 2001 1 
BURCHETTE. BARBARA M. 
309 East Bute St. 
Warrenton. N. C. 27589 
BURRIS, MARIE A. 
2101 Nevada St. 
Lumberton, N. C. 28358 
CAMERON, ZENDA 
3227 Griffin Ave. 
Richmond, Va. 23222 
CANTY, ESTHER M. 
58 Harmony Ct. 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
CARRINGTON, RENEE L. 
670 Madison St., N.E. 
Washington, D. C. 2001 1 
CARROLL, PHYLLIS L. 
Rte 2, Box 191-A 
Norlina, N. C. 27563 
CHESSON, EVA N. 
Rt. 1, Box 212 
Roper, N. C. 27970 
CLARKE, KIM A. 
97 19 23rd Avenue 
East Elmhurst, N. Y. 11264 
GLOWERS, SHERYL Y. 
3353 W. Victory Ct. 
Macon, Ga. 31201 
COLEMAN, PAMELA 
85 Van Arsdale PI. 
Teaneck, N C 07666 
COLLINS, ETTIE A. 
523 Craven St. 
Beaulort, N. C. 28516 
CRAWLEY, MARGARET A. 
Rte. 3, Box 146 
Farmville, Va. 23901 



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DAVIS, DEBORAH ELAINE 
820 Main St. 
Macon, Ga. 31201 
DENNARD. KRISTEN L. 
19580 Roselawn 
Detroit, Mi. 48221 
DESHIELDS, SANDRA 
3229 W. Monument St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19121 
DORSEY, LORRAINE 
228 Rock Hill Rd. 
Asheville, N. C. 28803 
DUCKETT, GLORIA SEAN 
5846 Southern SE 
Washington, D. C. 20019 
DUREN, RITA DAWN 
7720 N.W. 15th Ave. 
Miami. Fla. 33147 
EDWARDS, DONNA 
145-86 225 St. 
New York, N. Y. 11413 
FENNER, MURIEL J. 
Rt. 1, Box 188 
Halifax, N. C. 27839 
FERGUSON, FERNAURDRA 
31 W. Hunter St. 
Sumter, S. C- 29150 
FERGUSON. YULAUNDRA 
31 W. Hunter St. 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
FITZGERALD, LORETTA 
1209 BilbroSt. 
Greensboro, N. C. 27406 
FOYE, OPHELIA T. 
Rte 1 , Box 48 
Selma, N. C. 27576 
PRISON, SANDRA YVONNE 
419 Madison St. 
Fairmont, N. C. 28340 
FULLER, JULENE C. 
Rte 4, Box 287 
Mebane, N. C. 27302 
GADDY, SANDRA EYVETTE 
1528 Wickham Lane 
Charlotte, N. C. 28208 
GARVIN, GLORIA 
Box 323 

Allendale, S. C. 29810 
GAY, LENSLEY 
42 Brooklawn Ave. 
S. Norwalk, Ct. 06854 
GILLIARD, PATRICIA A. 
Rte 5, Box 206A 
Charleston, S. C. 29412 
GORDON, GAIL MICHELLE 
178 Stagg Wk 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 11206 
GRAY, JOYCE DELOIS 
109 Darrington S.W. 
Washington, D. C. 20032 
GREER, BRENDA LOUISE 
1702 WoodhjII Ct. 
North Englewood, Md. 20785 
HAIRSTON, REGINA 
4632 E. 175 
Cleveland, Ohio 441 28 
HARPER, ROTHER DENISE 
P. O. Box 596 
Snovu Hill, N. C. 28580 
HATCH, JUDITH 
626 Beckwith St., S.W. 
Atlanta, Ga. 30314 



HERBIN, BOBBIE JO 
Rte 1, Box 383 
Elon College, N. C. 27244 
HILL, LINDA JEAN 
2797 Piedmont Cr. 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27105 
HOUSE, HEDY E. 
2621 LaSalleSt. 
Charlotte, N. C. 28216 
HOWARD, MARY L. 
616 W. Liberty St. 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
HUNT, KARLA LYNN 
807 Wakefield 
Neptune, N. C. 07753 
JEFFRIES, CHANNEL M. 
Rte 3, Box 768 
Greensboro, N. C. 27410 
JETER, SHERRY 
2841 W. Montgomery 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19121 
JOHNSON, CHERYL E. 
4606 Lawnnwood Dr. 
Montgomery, Ala. 36108 
JOHNSON, IRIS 
223 Peyton PI. S.W. 
Atlanta, Ga. 30311 
JOHNSON, MARGO 
164 35th St. 

Washington, D. C. 20019 
JOHNSON, SANDRA 
Rte 1, Box 77 
Milton, N. C. 27305 
JONES, CHRISTINE 
P. O. Box 427 
Winton, N. C. 27986 
JONES, LYNN PAMELA 
533 Tulpehoeken St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19144 
JONES, ROBIN DENISE 
415 Hampton Rd. Ave. 
Hampton, Va. 23361 
JONES, ROSE MARY 
1112 Shepart St. 
Petersburg, Va. 23803 
JONES, VICKI 
613 Fairley St. 
Laurinburg, N. C. 28352 
KING, LEALER R. 
N-129 Craven Terr. 
New Bern, N. C. 28560 
LARKINS, FLORENCE M. 
608 Loach 

Asheboro, N. C. 27203 
LEE, ADRIAN J. 
744 Ingram St., N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 2001 1 
LEE, MARY LUCILLE 
Rt. 1, Box 202-J 
Staley. N. C. 27355 
LETTSOME, DIANE 
34 E. Raymond Ave. 
Roosevelt, N. Y. 11575 
LITTLE, ROSA JO-ANN 
P. O. Box 620 
Wadesboro, N. C. 28170 
LODRIG, NYKKI ALEENA 
5017 Madrid 
New Orleans, La. 70126 
LOWRANCE, DEBRA M. 
124 N. Jackson 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27101 



LUNDY, DEBORAH E, 
232 Monroe St. 
Macon, Ga. 31201 
LYFROCK, ESTHER G. 
1695 Andrew Ave. 3D 
Bronx, N. Y. 10453 

McCain, billie a. 

1129 Comstock Dr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 28210 
McCAIN, BRENDA KAYE 
P. O. Box 83 
Sedalia, N. C. 27342 
McCARLEY, PHYLLIS A. 
Rte 10, Box P-67 
Greensboro, N. C. 27406 
McCLELLAN, ALTHEA 
520 W. College 
Florence, Ala. 35630 
McCORMICK, GENEVIEVE 
Rte 3, Box 198 
Red Springs, N. C. 28377 
McCOY, PATRICIA 
4642 Lanier Dr. 
Savannah, Ga. 31405 

McDonald, louvenia 

568 S. Sumter St. 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
McFADDEN, YVONNE 
703 S. Sumter St. 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
McGEE, DIANA 
Rte 1 , Box 203 
Halifax, N. C. 27839 
MclNTOSH, GLORIA C. 
3503 Welsh Rd. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19136 
McKELLAR, SALLY MARIE 
43 Allen St. 

Lumberton, N. C. 28358 
McKENZlE, MARILYN ANN 
202 Church St. 
Rockingham, N. C. 28379 
McLEAN, JANICE A. 
508 E. 7th St. 
Tuscumbia, Ala. 35674 
McLENDON, LORETTA 
2417 Prairie View 
Atlanta, Ga. 30311 
MILLER, EDELINA Z. 
1502 Avalon Rd. 
Greensboro, N. C. 27401 
MILLER, SYLVIA L. 
General Delivery 
Lilesville, N. C. 28091 
MINTZ, CRYSTAL D. 
Rte 2, Box 60 
Snow Camp, N. C. 27349 
MITCHELL, BERTIE M. 
Rte 1, Box 70-8 
Deico, N. C. 28436 
MOORE, ANGELLAM. 
249 Gallatin NW 
Washington, D. C. 2001 1 
MORRIS, TERRI LEE 
102 Downing St. 
Hebron, Md. 21830 
MULUGETTA, TSEDALE 
P. O. Box 2120 
Addis Abeba, Ethip 
MURRAY, PATRICIA L. 
7 Harris Ln. 
Willington, N. C. 08046 



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NZERIBE, RITAC. 
9820 Georgia Ave. 
Slluet Spring. Md. 20902 
OLIVER. WILHELMINA B. 
1101 Lyle Si. 
Reidsville, N. C. 27320 
OWENS. SUZANNE 
63 The Boulevard 
Amityvillc. N. C. 11701 
PERSON, JOY 
2039 Julia Ave. 
Henderson. N. C. 27536 
PETERSON. PAULA MARIE 
8 Cheerio Lane 
Asheville. N. C. 28803 
PHIFER, CRYSTAL V. 
2108 Vale PI. 
Greensboro, N. C. 27401 
QUICK, GLORIA LEE 
P. O. Box 94 

Lumber Bridge. N. C, 28357 
RICHARDS. ANGELA E. 

1663 Simpson Rd. NW 
Atlanta. Ga. 30314 

ROBERTS. MARILYN 
3058 Dent St. 

Augusta. Ga. 30906 

ROBINSON. NORMA 

509 Ware St. 

Reidsville, N. C. 27320 

SAMMONS, DORELEENA A. 

165 Washington St. 

Doylestown. Pa. 18901 

SATCHELL. BEVERLY D. 

2025 W. Moore St. 

Richmond, Va. 23220 

SAUNDERS, LOUELLEN 

Rte 1, Box90-A 

Milton, N. C. 27305 

SAUNDERS, RENEE 

2128 N. Franklin St. 

Philadelphia Pa. 19122 

SCARBOROUGH, BERTHA M. 

Rte 2. Box 74 

Lynchburg. S. C. 29080 

SCOTT. HESTER 

873 Maynard Cr. 

Macon, Ga. 31001 

SHERROD. APRIL D. 

2415 Golf Rd. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19131 

SIMMONS, CLAVENCIA C, 

2224 Mary Holmes C 

West Point. Mass. 39773 

SISCO. BERNETTA D. 

5335 Berks St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19131 

SISTRUNK. DASIE 

Rte 1. Box 71 

Cordova. S. C. 29039 

SMITH. CAROLYN YVONNE 
1821 Jennings St. 

Charlotte. N. C. 28216 
SNEED. MARY JANE 
Rte 1. Box 198 
Bethel. N. C. 27812 
SPENCER, FREDERICA 
2115 Bailey Terr. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19145 
SPRAGGINS. WANDA GAIL 
806 Hanover Ave. NW 
Roanoke. Va. 24016 



TATE. LAURA ELETA 
224 McKinley St. 
Elbeiton. Ga. 30635 
TAYLOR. TERR! LYNNE 
14608 Lakewood 
Jamaica. N. C. 11435 
THOMAS. LINDA 
5315 Locust St. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19139 
TOLLS. DEBRA ODELL 
2553 Amelia Ave. SE 
Decatur. Ga 30032 
TOMOEDA, NANCY C. 
4320 Thompson Ct. 
Denver. Co. 80216 
TORRENCE. TERESA D. 
768 Penrod Dr. 
Concord. N. C. 28025 
VAUGHN. IRIS M. 
735 Magenta St. 
Bronx. N. Y. 10467 
VICKERS. SHEILA D. 
1050 NW87th St. 
Miami. Fla. 33150 
WAKE. BEVERLY C. 
Box 287-A Wall St. 
Eatontown, N. C. 07724 
WALLACE. LINDA 
308 West 3rd St. 
Washington. N. C. 27889 
WATKINS. BRENDA 

1409 East 20th Ave. 
Columbus. Ohio 43211 
WATKINS, HAZEL V. 

Rte 2. Box 452 

Browns Summit. N. C. 27214 

WATLINGTON. LINDA A. 

Rte 1. Box 128-B 

Pelham. N. C. 2731 1 

WHALEY. JOZETTA R. 

805 Riverland Dr. 

Charleston. S. C. 29412 

WHITTED. BETTY ANN 

P. O. Box 204 

St. Pauls. N. C. 28384 

WIGGINS. ETHEL L. 

Rte 1. Box 216 

Scotland Neck, N. C. 27874 

WILLIAMS, GAIL P. 

P. O. Box 94 

Nanticoke. Md. 21840 

WILSON. CELESTINE 

112-10 148th St. 

Jamaica. N. C. 11435 

WOODS. SABRINA M. 

74 Tillinghast St. 

Newark, N. J. 07108 

WRIGHT, ALANDREA 

418 Crescent 
Buffalo, N. Y. 14214 

Freshmen 

ANTHONY, DRUCILLA Y. 
Rt. 1. Box 270 
Pfafftown. N. C. 27040 
ANTHONY, KIMBLE 
912 15th Street 
AltaVista. Va. 24517 
BAGBY, LYNNELL 
2402 N. 10th Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19133. 



BANKS, ORNE LASHAWN 
5396 Chillum Place 
Washington, D C. 20011 
BEATTY, TRACIE ELAINE 
35 Brevard Street 
Siatesville, N. C. 28677 
BELL, ELMYRA L 
8040 Bobtayboyar Ave. 
Canoga Park, Calif. 91304 
BELL, PATRICIA CORL 
65 Wright Street 
North Babylon, N. Y. 11703 
BIZZELL, ADELE C. 
1006 Borders Terr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 27401 
BLACK. DIANE 
512 Weakley Avenue 
Nashville. Tenn. 37207 
BOHANNON. PAMELA 
1638 East 23rd St. 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27105 
BRANCH, CLOPATRA C. 
Route 1, Box 18 
Burkeville, Va. 23922 
BRIDGES, AUDREY 
2020 Holly Street 
Charlotte, N. C. 28216 
BRITT, JUDITH 
314 16th Avenue 
Newark. N. J. 07103 
BROOKS, SHYRELL DENIS 
880 Thieriot Ave. 
New York, N. Y. 10472 
BROWN, BARBARA GAIL 
3174 Penfield Rd. 
Columbus, Ohio 43227 
BROWN, DONNA SUE 

1807 McDonald St. 
Charlotte, N. C. 28216 

BROWN, FAIRRELLA 

19 Virginia Ave. 

Montclair, N. J. 07042 

BROWN, ROSETTA 

1501 E. Washington 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19138 

BUCKSELL, KAREN MARIE 

3729 24th Street 

Washington, D. C. 20018 

BURGESS. GAIL 

381 7 Clifton Ave. 

Baltimore. Md. 21216 

BURTON. CATHY 

8 Melbourne Place 

Asheville, N. C. 28801 

BUSSIE, DELORES LAVER 

350 N. Deerfield Ave. 

Deerfield, Fla. 33441 

CALDWELL, DONNA L. 

10 McDonald Place 

Washington. D. C. 20011 

CARR. BONNIE LOU 

403 Keene Ave. 

Salisbury, Md. 21801 

CARSWELL, GENEVA 

Route 1, Box 287 

Danville, Ga. 31017 

CARTER. JACQUELINE 

717 46th Street 

Washington. D. C. 20019 

CAUL. CHERYL 

124 Bryant Street 

Washington. D. C. 20001 



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CHAVIS. DEMETRIA J. 
Route 5, Box 530-B 
Greensboro, N. C. 27405 
CHAVIS, ERNESTINE W. 
1419 Huffine Mill 
Greensboro, N. C. 27405 
CHERRY, STEPHANIE Y. 
27 Willow Street 
Beacon, N. Y. 12508 
CLARK, KASSANDRA 
904 East Church St. 
Tarboro, N. C. 27886 
COLEMAN, FREDA 
3000 E. Federal St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21213 
COOKE, DEMISE 
114-11 180 St. 
St. Albans, N. C. 1 1434 
COSTON, STEPHANIE 
8131 Woolston Ave, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19150 
CRAIG, MARGARET 
P. O. Box 152 
Waxhaw, N. C. 28123 
DANDRIDGE, CATHY 
1834 Massachusetts 
Washington, D. C. 20003 
DAVIS, FRANCES P. 
903 N. Lord Street 
Southport, N. C. 28461 
DAVIS, GERALDINE 
21 Leslie Street 
Newark, N. J. 07108 
DAVIS, JERRYLYN 
718 Staunton 
Roanoke, Va. 24016 
DAYE, SHERRON 
1018 Wickham Ave. 
Newport News, Va. 23607 
DEFOOR, BELINDA 
3407 Ridgeway Rd. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
DENNIS, DONNA A. 
73 McKinlev Ave. 
Stratford, Conn. 06497 
DESILVA, LILLETTE V. 
Estate Tutu 146 86 
St. Thomas, V.I. 
DOLFINGER, NANCY M. 
Baxtertown Road 
Fishkill, N. Y. 12524 
DORSEY, GERALDINE 
Rt. 1, Box 59 
Nesmith, S. C. 29580 
DRAYTON, CAMILLA B. 
1809 Green Street 
Harrisburg, Pa. 17102 
EDWARDS, WANDA E. 
335 11th Street 
Siler City, N. C. 27344 
FODDRELL, MARGUERITE 
637 N. Frazier St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19131 
FOSTER, MARY 
41 5 Solomon Street 
Charlotte, N. C. 28216 
FOULKS, BELINDA 
2366 Patterson Ave. 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27105 
FREDERICK, PAMELA 
P. O. Box 946 
Grambling, La. 71245 



FRENCH, LYNNETTE 
2421 Sturtevant St. 
Detroit, Mi. 48206 
FULLER, SHERRY DENISE 
50 Rosewood Avenue 
Asheville, N. C. 28801 
GAILES, KATIE 
734 Buxton Street 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27101 
GAINES, LAURETHA 
2107 Third Avenue 
Augusta, Ga. 30901 
GAMBLE, MARY 
121 Lincoln Avenue 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
GEORGE, GAIL D. 
1089 Torrey Drive 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
GIBSON, DOROTHY 
708 Hortense Place 
Atlanta, Ga. 30318 
GILFORD, SHARON 
131 1 Mumford Street 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27107 
GODFREY, ANITA DENISE 
131 School Street 
Pscataway, N. J. 08854 
GOINGS, PATRICIA 
139 Maxwell Avenue 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
GOODMAN, LAURA GENIA 
806 W. Bartlette 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
GRANDISON, MICHELE E. 
1611 H. 16th Street 
Greensboro, N. C. 27405 
GREENE, MARSHA ADELL 
298 Storer Avenue 
Akron, Ohio 44302 
HACKETT, GILDA Y. 
3207 First Avenue 
Richmond, Va. 23222 
HARBIN, KIM M. 
68 Brooks 

Roosevelt, N. Y. 11575 
HARDING, FREDERICKA 
220 Woodlane Road 
Mt. Holly, N. J. 08060 
HARGROVE, SARAH 
Route 5, Box 170 
Henderson, N. C. 27536 
HARPER, SAUNDRA L. 
14121 Northgate Dr. 
Silver Spring, Md. 20906 
HARRIS, DEBORAH G. 
1421 Verbeke St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 17103 
HASH, VERONICA ELAINE 
2139 E. First St. 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27101 
HAYES, LYNNE DIANE 
4283 Andover Terr. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213 
HEYWARD, HOPE 
5227 Ingleside St. 
Chicago, III. 60615 
HILL, LENNET 
2797 Piedmont Cir. 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27105 
HILL, SHERRIE ANN 
1416 Rockefeller 
Waycross, Ga. 31501 



HOWARD, FAYE ANNE 
Route 2, Box 201 
Walstonburg, N. C. 27888 
HUMPHRIES, THORNA 
2071 N.W. 30 Terrace 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33311 
JACKSON, ATHAVIA L. 
3230 Carver St. 
Columbus, Ga. 31906 
JACKSON, ANDREA 
2107 Lime Street 
Winston Salem, N. C. 27105 
JACKSON, OCTAVIA 
3230 Carver St. 
Columbus, Ga. 31906 
JAMES, CAROLYN 
2211 Dart Street 
Columbia, S. C. 29204 
JEFFRIES, NORMA 
260 Leann Drive 
Athens, Ga. 30601 
JEFFERSON, RUBY D. 
55 Taylor B5 A205 
Bridgeport, Conn. 06605 
JENKINS, BONNIE S. 
229 Oglethorpe St. 
Washington, D. C. 2001 1 
JOHNSON, SANDRA 
2618 Seminary Ave. 
Richmond, Va. 23220 
JOHNSON, SHEREE LYN 
191 Park Street 
East Orange, N. J. 07050 
JOHNSON, SYLVIA MARIE 
1208 Cana Street 
Durham, N. C. 27707 
JONES, CYNTHIA 
6331 McCullum St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19144 
JOYNER, MARGIE D. 
1211 Pitt Street 
Farmville, N. C. 27828 
KELLEY, FRANCES M. 
13606 Abell Avenue 
Cleveland, Ohio 44120 
KENNEDY, LINDA 
P. O. Box 72 
Candor, N. C. 27229 
KERSEY, BERTHA 
Route 1, Box 91 
Morven, N. C. 281 19 
LAWS, KAREN DENISE 
1617 Notre Dame St. 
E. Palo Alto, Calif. 
LEATHERS, PORTIA 
Route 3, Box 336-E 
Dudley, N. C. 28333 
LEWIS, MARY JANE 
102 S. Blanding St. 
Sumter, S. C. 29150 
LILLY, BRENDA DEAN 
P. O. Box 29 
Ansonville, N. C. 28007 
LIPSCOMB, JOYCE O. 
138 42nd Street 
Washington, D. C. 20019 
LITTLE, ULVA 
5490 Richwood Ct. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 28304 
LOWE, NANETTA BONITA 
Route 2 
Kernersville, N. C. 27284 



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LOTTERY, DEBORAH 
467 Bolton Road 
Allania. Ga. 30331 
MAHN. SHARON 
6406 Balfour Drive 
Hvaltsville. Md. 20782 
MARSHALL. BRENDA 
1731 D. St. S.E. 
Washington. D C. 20003 

McDonald, cheryl 

126 15 172nd St. 
Jamaica. N. Y. 11434 
McNEIL. BEVERLY 
2001 Wellington Dr. 
Greensboro. N. C. 27405 
McTIER. LESLIE D. 
Route 6. Box 359 
Reidsville. N. C. 27320 
MELVIN. GAIL CLAUDINE 
Route 6, Box 270 
Clinton, N. C. 28328 
MILES. CARMEN D. 
Route 3. Box 373 
Durham. N. C. 27707 
MILES, MARILYN MARIE 
P. O. Box 802 
Burlington. N. C, 27215 
MILLS, WANDA G. 
1230 Velire Circle 
Atlanta, Ga. 30311 
MONTGOMERY, PHYLLIS A. 
1705 Lincoln St. 
Greensboro. N. C. 27401 
MONTGOMERY. RHONDA K. 
1705 Lincoln St. 
Greensboro. N. C. 27401 
MOORE. DEBORA 
6725 N. 17th St. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19126 
MOORE. JACQUELINE M. 
3003 Rochester St 
Winston Salem. N. C. 27105 
MORRISON, NORVA 
2104 Dble Oaks Rd. 
Charlotte. N. C. 28206 
MORTON. GAYLE S. 
1233 S 61st Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19143 
MOULTRIE. ANGIE L. 
24 Maple Street 
Charleston. S. C. 29403 
MURRAY. SARAH COZ 
939 Aureole St. 
Winston Salem. N. C. 27107 
MUSE. SHERRY L. 
144 Darrington St. 
Washington, D. C. 20032 
MYATT. DEBORAH ANITA 
Route 3. Box 411 
Raleigh, N. C. 27603 
NASH, HORTENSIA 
929 N. Hudson Ave. 
Chicago, III. 60610 
NEAL, GWENDOLYN R. 
Route 1. Box 90-A 
Burkeville. Va. 23922 
NICHOLSON. JACQUELYN 
479 Bolton Road 
Atlanta. Ga. 30331 
NORFLEET, DARLENE 
Route 5. Box 123-B 
High Point. N. C. 27263 



OAKLEY, DEBORAH 
210 Lawrence St. 
New Brunswick, N. J 08902 
ODOM. GLADYS 
Route 1, Box 164 
Gatesville, N. C 2 7938 
PENNINGTON. SARAH 
626 Washington St. 
Goldsboro. N. C. 27530 
PERKINS. LINDA ANN 
2739 Mandeville St, 
New Orleans. La. 70122 
PERRY. PATRICIA ANN 
Route 1 

Oak City. N. C. 27857 
PHIFER. BETTYE LOIS 
4 Kelly Court 
Mt. Holly, N. J. 08060 
PHILLIPS, DEBRA 
933 Stephens St. 
Greensboro. N, C. 27406 
PHILLIPS. GLORIA J. 
1207 East Shine St. 
Kinston. N. C. 28501 
PIERCE. ERICA ANNETTE 
414 S. 50th Street 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19143 
PRICE. BETTY ANN 
301 Fulton Street 
Sumter. S. C. 29150 
REDDICK, THELSMA 
502 W. Academy St. 
Williamston, N. C. 27892 
RICHARDSON. JULIA 
608 S. Sumter St. 
Sumter. S. C. 29150 
ROBERSON. LINDA 
7 Hill Street 
Newnan, Ga. 30263 
ROBERTS. OGLETHA 
425 E. Warren St. 
Shelby. N. C. 28150 
ROBINSON. CHARLOTTE E. 
917 Emerson Street 
Washington. D. C. 20011 
ROBINSON. DERRITA L. 
1359 Riviera Place 
Cincinnati. Ohio 45231 
ROBINSON. STEPHANIE 
4409 Glenview Road 
Warrensville Ht.. Ohio 80216 
SAUNDERS. DELPHIA A. 
1328 Moretz Avenue 
Charlotte. N. C. 28206 
SCARBROUGH. MARIE 
Route 3. Box 2000 3 
Bishopville. S. C. 29010 
SIDDLE. SHELBIE 
1 126 Lawsonville 
Reidsville. N. C. 27320 
SILER, VICKI 
1337 Tuckerman St. 
Washington. D. C. 20011 
SILER. VIRGINIAC. 
Route 1. Box 220-A 
Slier City. N. C. 27344 
SIMINGTON, ANITA L. 
854 S. 19th Street 
Harrisburg. Pa. 17104 
SMITH, EDITH 
827D Carrieland Dr. 
Greensboro. N. C. 27405 



SMITH. SHARON 
520 Buttonwood St. 
Reading. Pa. 19601 
SNIPES. BONNIE 
Route 3. Box 60 
Elon College. N. C. 27244 
STAMPER. CHRISTINE 
356 Wisteria Dr. 
East Palo Alto, Calil. 94303 
STEVENS. DIANE 
1905 Lido Street 
Fayetteville. N. C. 28301 
STROTHER. MARCIA A. 
165 Railroad Ave, 
Bedford Hills, N. Y. 10507 
SUDDRETH. LUCY 
435 Arlington Cir. 
Lenoir, N. C. 28645 
SUTTON. ARDRENA 
545 Newcomb St. 
Washington. D. C. 20032 
TANNER, GWENDOLYN 
Route 1. Box 231 
Marshville, N. C. 28103 
THOMPSON. LINDA 
Route 2. Box 29 
Elon College. N. C. 27244 
THOMPSON. ROSLYN F. 
1714 Alfred St. 
Durham. N. C. 27707 
TINNIN, AMELIA L. 
1726 Dunbar St. 
Greensboro. N. C. 27401 
WAGSTAFF. DARIUS ROSE 
P. O. Box 85 
Leasburg. N. C. 27291 
WASHINGTON. CAROLYN 
3700 Southern Ave. 
Washington, D. C. 20020 
WATLINGTON, RHEA F. 
P. 0. Box 101 
Sedalia. N. C. 27342 
WATSON. VERONICA 
131 -B Irvington Sp. 
Lynchburg. Va. 24503 
WEST, SHEILA E. 
18 Minnesota Ave. 
Washington, D, C. 20019 
WILLIAMS. MARY HILDA 
1600 Sir Galahad 
Greensboro. N. C. 27405 
WILLIAMS, TERREESSA A. 
281 1 Fairmont Rd. 
Lumberton. N. C. 28538 
WILLIAMSON. JACOUELIN 
E-2104 Belcrest Dr. 
Greensboro. N. C. 27406 
WILSON. TAMARA DENISE 
438 NW 26th St. 
Winston Salem. N. C. 27105 
WOOD. ANGELES ROMEDI/ 
Routes, Box 182 
Farmville. Va. 23901 
WOODS. NICKI LIN 
6258 Magnolia St. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19144 



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When the world seems to frown on you, 
And you can't help from feeling blue, 
When you know there's someone there 
Who is really going to care. 
Never mind what others say or do; 
She will love you as a sister would 
And I tell you it feels mighty good: 
If you lose, if you win, 
Loyal through thick and thin. 
O! College sisters, here's to you!