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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



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Chou/anoka 



Carol Cunter 

Editor 

Phillip Ferguson 

Production Manager 

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THE TIMES REFLECTED 



Reflections of a time, when I was tjoung 

Endless dreams under the sun; 

But I awoke one fateful dai| 

To see those dear skies now are groq 



The world it seems is crumbling down; 

I see ugli{ scenes in evenj town; 

What is right? What is wrong! 

How can I know] Where do I go7 



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Mi( song will tell of marwi things; 

hate, riots, air pollution, 

destruction, war, and strife! 

But, onlij remeger it's a song of life. 





The song reflects a war in southeast Asia 
U/here two must fight Q. I. and Charlie. 
Is this war for an unknown cause 
Or for freedom, but not for all? 

Reflecting disease and starvation 
Rampant in thousand nations- 
Hundreds dqing in the street 
U/hile fat poodles feast on meat. 




Reflections of a place where none con 

Love an of his brothers 

Because of his features or his color 

And there, even hate between the children. 



Discrimanation, interrogiation, 

population running wild 

Corruption in everq place qou look 

Qoing up! Crashing down* 

Is there anq peace around? 





Theq scream corruption, decadence of i^outh 

Fine things to saq about Mother's babi^ 

Put me down! Push me around! 

Your world is not for me! 




I put this question to the ijouth. 
U/hat will we do about this earth,'! 
U/ill it die or survive? 
The answer is in qou. 

I am reflecting on a blessed land 

U/here love, peace, and brotherhood united stand; 

Take n^^ hand. I beg qou all. 

Help me find it before we fall. 




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DEDICATION 




Mr, Jerrq Hoxiukms 



DEDICATfON 



The 1970 volume of THE CHOWANOKA 
is dedicated to one whom we the staff feel 
is more than deserving. He has served well in 
his capacities as an instructor as well as a 
coach. He is an active and respected citizen 
of Murfreesboro and the Chowan campus. 
It is indeed with great pride that the 1970 
edition of THE CHOWANOKA is dedicated to 
Mr. Jerry Hawkins. 







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Table of Contents 

^ Special Events 1g 

llll Administration 46 

Sophomores 59 

Sports ,111 

Freshman 144 

Organizations 184 

Sophomore Directorq 212 



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The reflections on the u/ater 
Here todaq, gone tomorrou/ 
Life is like that too, qou knou/ 
Then onlij these reflections u/ill remain. 






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Special Events 




Alice Cosnahan 
Monogram CJub 



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Chcn^l Fishcl 
Student National Education 



Amelia Garner 
Chou/an College Chorus 





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Tommq Armstrong 
Belk Hall 



Marq Jones 
East Hall 







Patsi| Goodw/in 
Phi Thcta Kappa 



Eddie Brown 
Pennn Infirmarq 




Carol Cunter 
Chou/anoka 



Annika Kritz 
Circle K 





Donna Martin 

Da\i Student 

Organization 



Cai| Lafoon 
Spanish Club 



Pom Martin 
Qibbs House 



Fern Lovette 
Stone Hall 



Debbie Picket 
McDou/ell Columns 



Buckq Griffin 
Alpha Pi Epsilon 





Skctter Kei| 
U/omens Recreational 
Association 



Julia Pott/ell 
West Hall 




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Marianne Pugh 
Sn^oke Signals 



Cindi{ Scott 

Superintendants 

Barracks 



Richard Thornton 
College Street Hall 





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Steve Vease 
Jenkins Hall 



Jennq Wong 
Mixon Hall 




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The events of the 1969 Homecoming started on 
Friday with a dance starring Billy Stewart and his 
Band. Planned for the following day was the Home- 
coming parade downtown. The floats were made 
by the dorms and clubs. For the afternoon the 
Chowan-Montgomery Jr. College game. Fans came 
with unbrellas-m-hand to watch Chowan conquer 
Montgomery. Entertainment for the evening was 
a semi-formal dance. When the band did not show 
up, a combo from the college offered to play. 




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Sophmore Attendant 



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Undo Moqer 

Freshman Princess 







Patricia Clifton 

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Elizabeth Athcij 

Frcshn^an Attendant 





Mont R'tchie 

Sophmore Attendant 



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Sheri ¥^]ond 

Freshman Attendant 





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Sophmope Attendant 



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Mono Mfdgett 

¥^res\\vi\Qt\ Attendant 





HAPPEN1NQ5 

AROUND 

CHOWAN 



Progress for Chowan!. .Chowan has had the 
opportunity for the first time in its history to have 
dances on campus. They were also honored with 
many concerts and a coffee house. Intramural 
sports. . .Chowan Player's performances. . . "Talk 
in" sponsored by Dean Lewis. . .Spanish Christmas 
story. . .Faculty play. . .March of Dimes campaign 
with whipped cream pies to help pay the ransome 
for the kidnapped college President. . .Spring 
Festival being more everntful than ever. . .Honors 
Day. . .and finally with graduation the close of 
another good year. 





HAPPENINQ5 AROUND CHOWAN 








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Under the direction of Paul Gilbert, 
the Thomas Cafeteria tried to improve the 
quality of the food for the students and 
faculty. 

Not only did they plan the meals for 
the student body but served dinners for 
the Presidents meetings and special oc- 
casions such as the Veterans dinner and 
sports participaters. 








Spring Festival 



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Queen 




Debbij Picket 
Princess 



Debbie Minson 

Superintendents* 
Barracks 




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Spring Festival 



Donna Burnette 

Belk Hall 



Paige Buren 

Jenkins Hall 




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spring Festival 



Suson Brothers 

McDou/ell Columns 



Pat Oifton 

Jenkins Hall 





Amelia Qordner 

Qibbs House and 
College St, Hall 



Spring Festival 



Pauline Robinson 

Mixon Hall 




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,, Featured 
the Drifters 



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students 
participate 
in March 
of Din^es 
Can^paign 



The major riot held on the Chowan campus was 
neither a race, war, nor student dissatisfaction 
riot, but one for charity. 

Two Chowan professors, Mr. William Sowell 
and Mr. Charles Helms were the co-chairmen of the 
March of Dimes campaign in Hertford County. It 
was their idea to have a student march and gather- 
ing to raise funds for this worthy cause. 





The activities began with the kidnapping of 
Dr. Bruce E. Whitaker, President of the College. 
Dr. Whitaker's ransom was $75. This ransom was 
to be paid by students, faculty and staff of the 
college. In the afternoon students staged a march 
on campus. They carried signs which bore slogans 
in support of the campaign. After the march, 
students met on the football field for a car bash 
and pie throwing contest. The car bash was a 
success in that it provided a tension release as 
well as raising funds for the campaign. The wreck- 
ed cars were decorated with the names of "favor- 
ite" faculty members. Each bash cos' 10 cents. 
The pie throw contest was fun as we as profit- 
able. The targets of the messy cream pies were 
Billy Graham, campus security officer and Roy 
Whitley, assistant cafeteria manager. Each pie 
thrown netted 25 cents for the fund. The evenings 
events were topped with a dance in the gym featur- 
ing the Huckleberry Mudflat combo. 

The total contributions from Chowan College 
to the March of Dimes campaign was $200. This 
was one riot that proved profitable in all respects. 




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Dr, Bruce E, U/hitaker 

President of the College 




Dr. B. Franklin Lou/e, Jr. 

Dean of the College 



R. Claijton Leu/is 

Dean of Student Affairs 




Dell L. Mckeithan 

Associate Dean of Students-U/omen 



James Earl Dildaij 

Associate Dean of Students- Men 



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Ben C. Sutton 
Business Manager 




Arelia Adams 
Bursar 




James T. Cooke, Director 
Student Financial Aid 




Administration 




Phillip L. Royce, Director 
College Relations 




E. Frank Stephenson, Jr. 
Director of Admissions 




James Swain, Director 
Alumni Affairs 




R. Hargus Taylor 
Chaplain 




Sarah Wright 
Nurse 



Darrell H. Nicholson 
Registrar 



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Facultq 




Mr. Wooten takes time out from correcting math tests to Undine W. Barntiill 

look at other figures, English 



Betty N. Batchlor 
English, Spanish 




Shirley W. Bowers 
Science 



Spanish 



Trelles G. Case 

Music 




James M. Chamblee, Chairman 
Music Department 



Barry M. Cohen 
History 




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Steve F. Brannon 
English 



Robert W. Brown 
Music 



Maryiva Carpenter 
Nursing 



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Janet Collins 
Physical Education 



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Faculty 





WellesleyT. Corbett, Jr. 
Sociology 



Anna Belle Crouch 
English 



James B. Dewar 

Science 



Phyllis D. Dewar 

Science 




Jane C. Dickie W. Calvin Dickinson, Chairman 

Mathematics Social Science Department 



Andrea T. Eason 
Business 



Wanda G. Edwards 
Nursing 





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Irene Elliot 
Assistant to Librarian 



Deaton F. Faucette 

Science 



Garrett W. Fox 

Psychology 



Elizabeth Francis 
Business 



Facu(ti( 




James G. Garrison, Chairman Herman W. Gatewood 

Physical Education Department Graphic Arts 



James Eugene Gibbs 
Science 



Samuel B. Green 
Physical Education 





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C. Jefferson Ishee 
Music 




Geraldine L. Harris 
Assistant Librarian 



John P. Harris 
Science 



Ann Long Harter 
Librarian 




Jerry Lee Hawkins 
Physical Education 



George L. Hazelton, 

Acting Chairman 
Science Uepartment 



Malcolm C. Jones, Chairman 
Graphic Arts Department 



Faculty 




Edith Larson 
Drama, English 



Sylvia H. LIverman 
Business 




William P. Marable 
English, Latin 



William P. McCraw P. Douglas McCullers Daisy Lou MIxon, Chairman 

Physical Education Mathematics Religion Department 




Robert G. Mulder 
English 



Almira H. Ockerman, Chairman Earl J. Parker 

Nursing Department Religion 



Charles L. Paul 
Social Science 



Facultq 





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Ella J. Pierce, Chairman 
English Department 



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Rachel N. Pittman Rowland S. Pruette Thomas E. Rutfin Jr 

Business. Government Religion Acting Chairman 



Thomas E. Rutfin, Jr 

Acting Chairman 
Business Department 




Carl H. Simmons 
Mathematics 



William B. Sowell 
Graphic Arts 



Charles P. Stevens 
Graphic Arts 



Claudia M Stomnnger 
English 



Facultq 




Tzeng Hsiang Sun 
Mathematics 




Sarah B. Tankard 
Nursing 




Gilbert A. Tripp, Jr. 
Science 



Linda E. Trjpp 
Science 




Sammie Sue Wade 
English 



Dorothy A. Wallace 
Business 



L. M. Wallace, Jr. 
Business 




Richard Warren 
Mathematics 



Esther A. Whitaker 
Religion 



Eugene Williams, Chairman 
Languages Department 



N. Edward Wooten, 
Mathematics 



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Mrs. Alva Bowling Mrs. Irma Leigh Callis 

Head Resident, Gibbs House Head Resident, Belk Hall 






Mrs. Elaine Cooke 
Assistant to the Bursar 



Mrs. Virginia Curl 
Assistant to College Nurse 



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Staff 



Miss Janie Davis, Secietdry Mrs. Rose Drake, Secretary 

Department ot Development Department of Development 





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Mrs. Louise Dunn, Secretary 
Registrar 



Mrs. Ann P. Falkener 

Head Resident. 

College Street Hall 



Mrs. Betty Lou Futrell. 
Secretary Dean of Students 



Mrs. Aldeen Gatewood 
Assistant to the Bursar 




Mrs, A. 0. George 
Head Resident, Jenkins Hal! 

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Mr, Paul A. Gilbert 
Food Service Directo 



Mr, William Grahan 
Security Officer 



Mr. Robert Griffin 
Head Resident, East Hall 



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Mrs. Peggy Hare, Secretary 
Business Manager 




Mrs. M.itie Landing, Secretary 
President 



Mrs. J. W. Moose 
Library Clerk 



Mrs. Editti Parker 
Switchboard Receptionist 





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Mrs. Wanda Pearce, Scretary Mr. David Rich 

Director of Admissions Head Resident, MIxon Hail 



Mrs. Peggy Rich, Secretary Mrs. Marjorie Sewell, Secretary 

Dean of the College Dean of the College 











Mrs. Margaret Stallings, 

Secretary 

Guidance and Counseling 




Mrs. Doreatha Thompson 
Post Office Supervisor 



Mrs. Mildred Tyler, Secretary ^,^ /^in-e Vann, Secretary 

Chaplain, Athletics Faculty 

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Margaret Brokow 



Rita Burgess 



Marcell Cooper 



Diane Couch 



Qraduates in Nursing 



The Chowan College nursing program is unique in that it com- 
bines a complete liberal arts background, plus courses in nursing 
in the same program. This program leads to an Associate in 
Arts degree as well as a Diploma. 

The students begin their thirty three month program at Chowan 
College. They take regular college courses and begin their nurs- 
ing experience at nearby Roanoke Chowan Hospital. After four 
semesters plus one summer session at Chowan, they then go to 
Duke Hospital in Durham, N.C. to complete their nursing experi 
ence. Here they remain for twelve months under the supervision 
of Chowan College faculty members stationed at Duke. When they 
have satisfactorily completed the programs requirements, they 
are awarded the A. A., degree from Chowan, and are eligiable to 
take the State Board of Nursing examination. This program is 
completely under the direct ion of Chowan College, and is adminis- 
tered by The Chairmen of the Department of Nursing Mrs. Almira 
Ockerman, R.N., B.S., and M.S. 





Cynthia Hall 



Gwenda Hyatt 



Julia Liles 



Evelyn Moore 




Nancy Perry 



Frances Redwine 



Judith Wiggins 



Brenda Winberry 
(not pictured is Diana Pearce) 




Martin S. Aderhold 



Sophomores 





Roy C. Abee 



Thomas L. Alligood 




James W. Ailsworth 



Lewis G. Ambrose 





Edward C. Allen, III 




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Oliver L. Anderson 




Robert K. Aiitozzi 



Thomas H. Armstrong 




Sophomores 






Edward E. Armstrong 






Roy D. Arnett 





Thomas E. Ashley 



Wilson E. Askew 



William M. Aycock 



Sophomores 




H.irold W. B.ibb 




Warren E. Bailey 



,Diiiiyia Z. Barakey 








Bertie A. Baggett 




Robert H. Ballard 




Russell Barnes 



Kathryn M. Barnhill 



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Sophomores 



Vickie L. Barrett 






Dabney Beattie 



James C. Basnight 




Leroy S. Beaman 



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Thomas M. Best 



Gwen E. Beasley 



James W. Bass 



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Sophomores 





Mildred C. Borum 



Charles E. Bittle 




Judy S. Boelt 




Paula L. Borum 



Frances G. Blackwell 






John R. Bowen 



Julie F. Boone 



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Sophomores 



James T. Boyce 






William V. Brann 



Leon A. Boyd 



Gary E. Boyd 






Carolyn F. Brinkley 



William T. Boze 



Judy K. Boyd 



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Sophomores 



William A. Brisbois 



Barry J. Brown 





Walter D. Brown 




Elliot H. Brown 




Mary S. Brothers 





Anne L. Brown 



Raymond D. Bryant. Jr. 



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Carl D. Bunn 



Bob R. Burgess 



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Gerald W. Burgess 



Sophomores 






Joseph R. Burton 



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John C. Burnam 





James H. Butler 



Sara E. Burney 



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Bruce E. Carpenter 



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Julia W. Capps 




Carol C. Cannon 



Arnette Calioon 






Brenda J. Carpenter 
Robb W. Camp 




Sophomores 




Bonnie L. Clary 





Scott N. Charnock 



Richard T. Clary 



Thomas Clarke 






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Robie P, Childrey 



Patricia L. Clifton 



Pamela L. Clifton 



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Charles R. Collier 



Beverly L. Chitty 





Doris J. Colson 



Patricia J. Coffey 






Burwell W. Colermn 



Katherine 8. Comstock 



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Sophomores 




Joan L. Conner 





William T. Corbett 



Roger D. Cope 



John T. Cooke 






James E. Cotter 



Jane L. Corbell 



Larry D. Copper 







Linda A. Cratch 



Sophomores 




John S. Cruickshanks 




Kathryn C. Cuthrell 




Ernest J. Daniel 



Matt N. Crawford 






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Ravniond Guiles 



WiMiam R. Daniel 




Robert N. Darnell 



Jacqueline A. Davis 




Sophomores 






Halton M, Daughtery 



Rebecca E. Davis 





Deborah A. Dawson 



Wilson C Davis 



Johnny S. Davis 



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Daniel P. Dayvault 



Sophomores 





Clifton B. Dodson 



Claudette Denny 




MelbaC. Dozier 



BillC. Delbridge 




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Virginia M. Dodd 




Brenda G. Draper 




Sophomores 



John W. Duncan 




Bobby T. Dundalow 




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James B. Dunning, Jr. 





Deborah K. Edwards 




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Nancy L. Edwards 



James T. Edmonds. Jr 



James R. Dunn 



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Sophomores 



Everett R. Elliot. Ji 




Teen W. Ennis 




Joyce F. Ellis 




Janet G. Ellis 






Carolyn A. English 



Eddie H. Everett 




Timothy C. Felton 



Gary L. Fentress 




Sophomores 






Cheryl D. Fishel 




Stephen E. Flack 



Fred E. Flora, Jr. 




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Frances M. Foulei 



Phillip R. Ferguson 



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Sophomores 



Jennifer C. Forrest 






William D. Futrell 



Mary L. Freeman 






Mary K. Ghent 




Thomas V. Gillespie 




Dorsey R. Gillis 



Thomas R. Garner. Jr 




Kenneth L, Goodman 



Thomas R. Graham 




Sophomores 





Osborne Gray 




James H. Green 





Dianne S. Griffin 




Michael T Gtiffm. 



William F. Granger 



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Sophomores 





Ronald L. Harrell 



Robert S. Griffin 




Elizabetfi A. Harper 




largaret H. Harris 



Kathy A. Gurganus 






Ricfiard T. Harrison 



Kennetfi B. Harrell 



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Sophomores 



ly W. Hartranft 






George P. Hawkins 



Hoyle A. Hartsoe 





Douglas S. Helmkamp 



Herman A, Henderson, 





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Donald Hensley 



Bruce S. Hawkins 



Sophomores vs^V 




ichael H. Herbstreith 




Bonnie S. Higgins 



Donna J. Hicks 





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Olivia A. Hobgood 




Ri'ticrt b Hodges 



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Jimmy C. Hillard 



William H. Honaker 



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Sophomores 






Freddie E. House 





Bryan W. Hudgms 




Teresa L. Humphrey 




Shannon L. Humphreys 




Mark S. Hunike 



Fred B. Howes 



Sophomores 




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Steve Jackmowski 




Harry P. Jenkins 






Donald L. James 



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James R. Johnson 



Arlie Jackson 






Lee E. Johnson 



Barry J. Jenkins 




Sophomores 




Teresa A. Johnson 




Georgie E. Johnston 





Mary L. Jones 




Jenny C. Jones 




Wayne Keetei 



Carter W. Jones 



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Thomas W. Keithley 



Richard A. Kelton 








Sophomores 




Teresa F. Kirk 





Lionel S. Key 



Susan E. Kirkland 




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Robert V. Kitchm 




Terry L. Koufman 



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Richard J. Lj Londe 




Sophomores 





Richard P. Lee 




Labon T. Lewis 




did H Ligon 




Roxanne M. Lindsay 



Charles D. Lee 



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Harry E. Lindstrom, Jr 



Sophomores 




Peter H. London 




Peggy J. Lucy 




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Karen J. Lynch 



Thomas L. Lively 






Susan Long 



Joseph E. McClenny. Jr 




Todd C. McConnell 



Ronald L. McDaniel 




Sophomores 





Tom D. McGuirt 




George D. McKinney 




Freddie L. McLean 




James S. Mann 



Sterry M. McGee 



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Thomas Manning 



Sophomores 




Robert L. Masse 



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Laura J. Martin 



Wilcher E. Marks 



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Jean V. Massey 





David A. Mashaw 



Donna D. Matthews 




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Ellen F. Matthews 



Larry N. Matthews 




Sophomores 







Gail B. Melchiorre 




Stuart G. Mercer 




Vickie L. Mercer 




Robert M. Merntt 



Warren M. Mayes 



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Sophomores 





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Janet C, Moore 



Didiui L. Miller 1 J^-> 



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Richdid M. Monaity 

Kathryn A. Murray 



Rebecca A. Mohorn 



Thomas E. Neale 



Aim L Moore 
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Vetly L. Newton 



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Delores Oakley 






Richard Paden 



Butch Osborne 




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Gene A. Parker 



El nest Oveiby 



Rita S. Osborne 



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James W. Parker 



Sophomores 




Hilton Phillips 




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Martha G. Pollock 




Ella J. Powell 



Donnie R Phillips 





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Kay F. Pierce 



Larry W. Proffitt 




Sophomores 








Maurice C. Piuett 





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Jimmy D. Reaves 



John W. Raymond 



Richard Ragan 






Dalton G, Rector 



David H. Reames, III 



Mary A. Rascoe 



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Sophomores 



Richard H. Shaia 




Robert R. Sheffield 






Diedra J. Schumaker 



Gary W, Shelton 





Thomas E. Siceloff 



James N. Shook 



Claud C. Shell 



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Norman E. Satterfield 



Edna E. Schotell 




Sophomores 




Carl J. Scholl 





Rebecca K. Self 




Joan L. Setllff 




Cynthia L. Scott 



Richard D. Seward 



Gary L. Simmons 



John E- Simmons 




Sophomores 






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Ronald K. Simpson 



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Ray C. Sizemore 




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June L. Slater 




Bettie M. Slaughter 




Harvey L. Smith 



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Sophomores 




Lucy A. Smith 





Betty A. Sowers 



William C. Smith 






John D. Sobnto 



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Margaret R. Sparrer 



Jean M. Soule 



Edith A. Smithwick 



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Beliiul.i F. Staftotcl 



riiom.is D. Staiiges 




Sophomores 





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Hany P, Stdiiiey 




Stanley Starke 




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Mary L. Stevenson 




Pamela Stillman 




Robert Strayhorn 




Sophomores 



James B. Stroud 




Emogene Summerlin 





Michael D. Sweeney 




Harvey W. Taylor 




Micheai D. Taylor 




Rowland L^ Taylor 



Michael A, Swartley 



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William S. Taylor 



Sophomores f^ ^ 




Angela Thorne 




Roger K. Thorpe 




Larry Tice 



William A. Terwilliger 






John R. Thornton 



Joseph D. Tiller 



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Linda R. Tomlin 



Thomas Trader 




Sophomores 




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Brenda L. Trimmer 




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Glenda C. Turner 




Amelia K. Vann 



Diane E. Trump 



Nancy K. Trayer 



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James D. Vaughn 



Bessie A. Vick 




Sophomores 





Raymond R. Viverette 




Tommy L Waddell 






Teresa D. Wall 




Elmo L. Walls 




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Miriam R. Walter 



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Sophomores 



Reuben J. Warren 




.Jack R. Watkins 






Russell L. White 




Donald R. White 





Sharon N. White 



Richard T. White 



Paula M. Welch 



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Sophomores 


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Barbara A. Wiggins 



Sheila V. White 



Dan S, Whitehead 





Gary L. Whitley 




George R. Whittemore 




Pamela D. Willard 





James L. Williams 




Sophomores 



Jeanne G. Williams 




John T. Williams 




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Steve L. Williams 





Helen M. Willis 




Richard V. Wilkinson 




Russeli L vVilloughby 



Ronald W. Williams 



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Ronald W. Wills 



Frances S. Woodard 




Sophomores 





James M. Worrell 





Roger F. Wyatt 




Kenneth Wright 



Rebecca L. Wright 



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Chowan 16 Gardner-Webb 14 

Chowan 14 Baltimore 14 

Chowan 29 Potomac State 12 

Chowan 6 Ferrum 24 

Chowan 13 Lees-McRae 21 

Chowan 27 East Carolina Frosh 33 

Chowan 20 Montgomery 6 

Chowan 14 Wesley 41 

Chowan 7 Davidson Frosh 6 

Chowan (won by forfeit) Croft 




liiL LudChes and the Tri-Captains, from left to riglit, first row, Sam 
Green, Jim Garrison, and Jerry Hawkins. On the second row are, 
Michael Swartley, Carroll Hart, and Kenny Johnson. 




The Chowan College Braves are: front row, from left: Herman Henderson, Joe Burton, Greg Hartranft, Donnie Phillips, 
John Casazza, Nick Shook, Bill Holt, LeeCopeland, Steve Driscoll, Mike Swartley, Jim Fair, Pete London, Dan Dayvault. 
Second row, Steve Veasey, Morris Newlin, Claude Shell, Vince Maggie, Earl Gibson, Mark Carnes, Ricky Eason, Bob 
Kilbourne, Jimmy Thomas, Ronnie Jarman, Bill Harris, Floyd Jackson, and third row, Jerry Winnette, Tim Dudley, Kent 
Ferguson, Chip Issaacs, Bob Underwood, Ken Johnson, Carroll Hart, Greg Park, Bill Whymeyer, Tom Graham, Donald 
Patton, and Norman Cage. The fourth row: Tom Gregory, Charles Whitlow, Wayne Storey, Joe Flora, Linwood Ferguson, 
Bob Kent Jr., Ronnie Robertson, Danny Croom, Mickey Outten, Chip Burden, Bob Comerford, row five: Bill Jones, Ray 
Ewing, John Bowles, Laverne Parker, Peyton Barton, Ivan Insignaries, Bob Daganhart, Gary Mier, Lynn Spears, Neil 
Peterson, and John Llewellyn. 



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Billy Harris Greg Park Earl Gibson Bobby Comerford 




The Braves Have A Winning Season 

Chowan's football season got off to a rousing start this year with a victory 
over Gardner-Webb College. Contrary to popular belief, the Braves were a 
good match for this four-year school, and this was proven when the Braves 
moved up from a losing score to win the ball game in the last nine seconds 
of play. The final score? A beautiful 16-14 tally for Chowan. Next on 
Chowan's list was strong Baltimore Junior College. Chowan tied this fine 
team by 14-14. 

With a tie and a win under their belt, Chowan's Braves traveled to Keyser, 
West Virginia to test their skill against Potomac State College. After a superb 
ball game, the Braves brought home the bacon with a victory of 29-12. 

After having had a game forfeited to them by Croft Junior College, the- 
Braves traveled to Ferrum Junior College looking for a win. The Braves 
played a trying ball game, and returned home with their first loss behind 
them. The game had ended by a score of 24-6 against Chowan. 



Greg Hartranft 




Dan Dayvault on a power play against E. C. Frosh. 




Donald Patton 



Lee D. Copeland Nick Shook 



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Chip Burden 



Bob Dagenhart 



Starting with the Ferrum game Chowan seemed to go into a short losing 
streak. Both Lees McRae College and the East Carolina Freshman team 
took advantage of Chowan during this time, as Lees McRae won by eight 
points with an end result of 21-13, and E.C.U. Frosh. won with a tally of 
33-27. 

With only three games left in the season, the Braves went ahead to make 
a good football season for Chowan. Montgomery Junior College was the 
next school to be brought down by the Braves, and they were crushed by a 
terrific score of 20-6. In the next ball game scheduled for Chowan, Wesley 
Junior College did not have such an easy team to beat. After pulling ahead 
in the first half of the game, Wesley won over the Braves by a 41-14 tally. 

The season ended on a happy note for the Chowan Braves when they 
played the Davidson College Freshman team. Davidson played a good ball 
game, but could not match the Braves. Chowan won with a 7-6 final score. 
Overall, the Braves had a good football season. 




Kent Ferguson 




Ronnie Jarman 






Good Defensive Pursuit 



Mickey Outten 




Vince Maggio 




Peter London 




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Mark Carnes 




Bob Comertord tackling while Nick Snook looks on. 




Gary Mier 



Claude Shell tackling man from Ferrum behind the referee as Bob Kent is rushing to assist. 




Herman Henderson Michael Swartley Joe Flora Neal Peterson Norman Cage Don Phillips 



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Ricky Eason Steve Veasey Peyton Barton Claude Shell Ivan Insignaries Floyd Jackson 



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Robert Kent Wayne Story John Bowles Jerry Winnett Tom Dudley Danny Croom 



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Basketball 

1969-1970 




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Chou/an 

Encounters 
Disappointing 
Season 




Chowan's season in basketball 
was not all it was hoped to be 
this year. Even though the team 
played hard, some unfortunate 
turns of fate changed close games 
into heartbreaking defeats. 




The members of the Chowan College Basketball team are. from left to right, front row: Karl W. Yankey. Steve Flack, 
Jim Thomas, Bert Brown, Tom Ashley, Larry Howard, Paul Battaglia, Earl Arrington; second row: Kenneth M. Byrd, 
Burrus T. Chappell, Todd C, McConnell, Nathan Sosebee, Clifton L. Faison, Leon IVIarrow, Coach William McCraw, 
and Mike Bennett. 











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BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 








NOVEMBER 
















Chesapeake College 


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Chowan 


91 


Univ. of Richmond Frosh. 


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Chowan 


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DECEMBER 








FEBRUARY 








Ferrum Jr. College 


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Chowan 


81 


Christopher Newport 


110 


Chowan 


77 


Mt. Olive Jr. College 


74 


Chowan 


69 


Louisburg Jr. College 


80 


Chowan 


79 


Louisburg Jr. College 


100 


Chowan 


61 


Ferrum Jr. College 


104 


Chowan 


59 


E. C. U. Freshmen 


123 


Chowan 


87 


Mt. Olive Jr. College 


68 


Chowan 


58 


College of Albemarle 


76 


Chowan 


81 


Southwood Jr. College 


69 


Chowan 


72 


JANUARY 








Kittrell Jr. College 


85 


Chowan 


68 


Chesapeake College 


82 


Chowan 


81 


Fred. Military Academy 


85 


Chowan 


72 


South Eastern 


80 


Chowan 


78 


Southwood Jr. College 




Chowan 




South Eastern 


100 


Chowan 


89 


Christopher Newport 




Chowan 




Kittrell Jr. College 


111 


Chowan 


61 


TOURNAMENT 








College of Albemarle 


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Chowan 


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Cavalier Tarheel at Nashville 









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BASKETBALL REFLECTIONS 

Chowan had a disappointing year in reguard to 
basketball, but we hope to make a come back for 
a season to remember in 1970-71. 

One of the main reasons Chowan's team was 
not as good as was expected is that three of the 
five starters of the team were dropped during or 
before the season. Harry "Flip" Flippmg, the lead- 
ing rebounder of this region was dropped before 
the season began, and so was Jack Ross. Jack 
was our top freshman prospect. We also suffered 
the loss of Mike Bennett from our team during the 
season. 

The loss of these three of our best players was 
the thing that hurt our season the most. Had it 
not have been for this loss Chowan's Braves would 
have been an absolute top notch basketball team. 

One of the players who showed the most im- 
provement throughout the season was Clifton 
Faison, one of our freshmen. Chowan hopes to 
have him on the squad next year. 




has been Tod McConnell. With much improve- 
ment in his game, Tod has added a lot to the per- 
formance of Chowan's basketball team. He has 
been one of the leading scorers and rebounders 
through the whole season. 

The only drawbacks the Brave's squad had this 
season were slowness in the backcourt and short- 
ness in front court. This is another combination 
against the Braves. There were no starters taller 
than six feet four inches. This may have cost the 
Braves the extra few points needed to win some 
of the home games, as three games were lost only 
by one or two points. 

Bigger boys are being recruited for next year, 
as are some new guards, so Chowan should be 
one of the top teams in the region in 1970-71. 



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1969-1970 



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From left to right: Judy Thomas, Jill Wagoner. Becky Hamby, Judi Morrisette, and Debbie Pickett. 



CHEERLEADER REFLECTIONS 



A fine squad of pretty cheerleaders graced Chowan's 
athletic events this year. They led the Braves on to 
some exciting victories, and kept a strong heart after 
Chow/an's defeats. The cheerleaders worked with dili- 
gence and skill, and put forth great effort for Chowan's 
athletic organizations. 

The squad began the year with nine girls, and finished 
the year with five. They were Becky Hamby, Head 
Cheerleader from '/orktown, Va: Jill Wagoner, McLean, 
Va: Debby Pickett. Richmond Va: Judi Morrisette, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Va: and Judy Thomas from Lawrence- 
ville. Va. 

After a year of service to Chowan the girls had these 
words to say; "We would like to thank the whole student 
body for their support throughout the year." 




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Mrs. Janet Collins 
Advisor to the Cheerleaders 



CHEERLEADER REFLECTIONS 








First row: Pete Carpenter, third and outfielder; 
James Parker, catcher; Steve Driscoll, second 
baseman; Leroy Beamon, outfielder; Second row: 
Louis Hildreth, pitcher; Doug (Gus) Roberson, 
first baseman; Fred Mclean, shortstop; Don James, 
shortstop; Thomas Graham, pitcher; and backing 
up the team is Coach Hawkins. 



Pitching over home plate is 
letterman Louis Hildreth. 






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BASEBALL REFLECTIONS 

The Chowan baseball team had ten returning members 
this season, nine of whom were lettermen. Three of 
these returning members pitched for the team, two played 
first and second base, two were outfielders, one a short- 
stop and one a catcher. All of these men together helped 
to make the baseball team one of Chowan's best. 

The Brave's baseball team this season was, according 
to Coach Hawkins, "a well balanced ball club. We were a 
little stronger and a better team than we were last year." 

The team had several promising new players, including 
four pitchers, one catcher, and two outfielders. With such 
great prospects, how could Chowan's team have had any- 
thing but a great baseball team? 





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The members of the Chowan College golf team are, from 
left to right: David Sobrito. sophomore of Richmond. 
Va.; Leon Marrow, freshman of Henderson. N. C; Hilton 
Phillips, a sophomore of Exmore. Va.; Gilbert E. Wood- 
ard. sophomore of Conway. N. C; John Perkins, sopho- 
more of Norfolk. Va.; George Fisher, freshman of Nor- 
folk. Va.; Chip Sullivan, freshman of Camp Lejeune, 
N. C; Jimmy Hillard, sophomore of Farmville. N. C; 
and Grant Parker, freshman of Portsmouth. Va. 



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right) Golf Coach Jim Garrison 








Nine men went out for golf this year, four 
of whom were veterans at the sport returning 
from last year. Since that 1969 golf team 
placed nineth in the nation, high proficiency 
was indeed the goal of this year's golf stars. 

Since Chowan's golf teams in the last three 
years have been on top most of the time, no 
great change was expected in quality of per- 
formance this season. One of the top pros- 
pects that helped the team to gain high stand- 
ards for 1970 was George Fisher, a past Virginia 
high school golf champion. With these fine 
evidences of ability at the beginning of the 
season Jim Garrison, the golf coach, stated his 
prediction in this way: "Our team looks good 
for another strong year in golf. We hope to 
find our way to the national tournament. Our 
team this year is just as fine and maybe better 
than last year's." 

Such were the hopes of all for this year's 
golf team. 





John Perkins demonstrates his 
putting ability. 



Chip Sullivan follows thru after 
teeing off while others look on. 



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Lonnle Rightmjer follows through for a good return. 



The members of the Chowan College Tennis team are, 
from left to right; Bridger L. Hodsden, Ronald E. Adams 
(driving), Paul F. Silver, Jack D. Hallett Jr., Gerald W. 
Burgess, Carter W. Jones, James E. Morton, Hugh E. 
Knickerbocker Jr., John T. McCloud, and below is Lonnie 
J. Rightmier. 



TENNIS 



Tennis started out well for Chowan this year with a 
top team. All the tennis players were quite experienced at 
the sport when the semester began, and the experience 
our men possessed proved itself in some exciting 
matches. 

Chowan tied Ferrum Jr. College last year tor the regional 
championship, and looked forward to putting that team 
out of competition this year. 

There was a twelve-match schedule this year for 
Chowan. Among the adversaries were Christopher New- 
port College, Virginian Wesley College, Louisburg College, 
Ferrum Jr. College, Mt. Olive College, and Lenoir College. 

One of the top prospects at the beginning of the season 
was freshman Jim Morton. Another fine player was return- 
ing sophomore Tom Garner. These two players performed 
well against the other schools, both being able to play 
singles or doubles. 

Chowan was able to have more tennis players this 
season, practicing even at night. This was made possible 
by the new lighted courts built at the beginning of the 
year. The team could practice only during the day 'i pre- 
vious years because of lack of lights for night play. 



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Practice makes for well worn equipment. 



Knick Knickerbocker playing the net to return the baJI. 



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Freshmen 



Abernathy, Dwayne H. 
Abrams, Mark, E. 
Adams, Mike W. 
Adams, Ronald E. 



Akers. Betty C. 
Albertson, Gary T. 
Alexander. David M. 
Alexander. Linda R. 



Allen, James, K. 
Anderson, Harriett F. 
Andrews, Ronnie W. 
Armfield, Steven F. 




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Freshmen 



Ashley, Doughlas M. 
Ashworth, William E. 
Athey, Elizabeth W. 
Arnngton, Earl D. 



Austin, Bonnie J. 
Baily, Charles E, 
Barber, Ruth A. 
Barnard, Marguerite E. 




Barrett, Betsy N. 

Barrett, Judith C. 

Basnight, Cynthia B. 
Bass. Rodney L. 



Students receive the keys to their "Brand new room.' 



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Freshmen 




Bates, Stephen G. 
Battaglia, Paul V. 
Batten. Michael A. 
Bell, Eldon A. 



Bennett, Wayne A. 
Beamon, William A. 
Bingham, Joe T. 
Black, Richard N. 



Bonner, Gerald ivi. 
Bourne, Susan S. 
Bowen, Mary J. 
Bowers, Lynn M. 



Bowles, Joan M. 
Bowling, Ronald G. 
Boyd, Wallace E. 
Boykin, Brenda J. 



Brackett, Marlow J. 



Bradley, Charles F. 
Brady, Suzanne 



Brammer, David W. 



Brandenburg, John M. 
Bridgers, Linda C. 



Brinkley, Lorraine L. 
Britt, Ashbel R. 




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"Raindrops fallin' on my Head" 




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Britt, Donna F. 
Broadbelt, Richard W 



Brooks, Mary F. 
Brown, Charles C 



Freshmen 




Linda Meyer, Freshman princess represents 
the class at Homecoming 




3rown, Larry A. 
Srown, Donna M. 
3rown Mary C. 



Brown, Mary E. 
Brown, Evelyn R. 
Brown, Mailyn E. 



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Brackett, Erie L. 
Broyhlll, Susan C. 
Buehner, David 8. 
Bunch, Philip B. 



Bunn, Donald R. 
Burden, Wingate R. 
Buren, Eleanor P. 
Burnam, James F. 



1 Burrell, Wayne E. 

» .fc- , Butterton, Dave W. 

Byrd, Kenneth M. 
Campbell, Whitmo G. 



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Canada. Kenneth A, 
Carnes. Mark P. 



Carrie, Thomas C. 



Carroll, Joy L. 
Carter, Winslow L. 
Carver. Nancy L. 



Chambliss, Susan 
Chapman, Michael L. 
Chappell. Burrus T, 



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Chesser, Robert C. 
Chinault. Thomas J, 



Chrietzberg, Joseph 



Cicero, Maria Z. 
Clark. Jerry D. 
Clark, Carol E. 




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Freshmen 




Clary, Carl D. 
Coalter, Henry U. 



Coates, Adder B. 
Collms, Barry J. 



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Freshmen 




Cornell Elizabeth A. 
Covington, Jacqueline L. 
Cowan, James B. 
Creech, Judith E. 



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Creekmore, David 



Critcher. Charlotte 
Crooks, Carlton L. 



Crosby. Patricia A. 



Cross, Terry G. 
Crowe, Charles E. 
Daniel, Thomas A. 
Daniels, Donald G. 



Darby, Cheryl A. 
Darden, Peggy A. 
Dagenhart, Robert L. 
Davinport, Margaret D. 




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Din, Edward W. 
Dodson, Joyce A. 



Dodson, William D. 



Doyle, James A. 



Draper, Nancy G. 
Drew, Sharon N, 



Dudley, Timothy R, 
Duffee, Frank F. 



Sometimes one must be alone. 



DuPree, Susan E 
DuPriest, Gary L. 





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Eason, Beverly A. 
Eason, Ricky E. 



Edens, Randy R. 
Edwards, John T. 



Elks, Timothy W. 
Ellen, Nancy E. 



Ellen, Donna A. 



Elliott, Joannie L. 



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Elliott, Richard G. 
Estes, Steve A. 
Evans, Cynthia L. 
Evans, Nancy C. 




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Faircloth, James S. 




Faison, Clifton L. 




Fanshaw. Frank L. 


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Fischer, George M. 
Fish, Sharon K. 



Flanagan, Albert B. 
Fleming, Linda K. 




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Flora, Vernon J. 
Flynn, Ellen C. 
Flynn. Irene M. 
Flythe, Sandra G. 



Fogie, Greg 
Forrester, Gene A. 



Foster, Larry M. 



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Fox, Thomas A. 
Francis, Gwendolyn B. 
Frazer, Philip G. 



Frazier, Dave B. 




Freeman, Ernest C. 
Freeman, Ford W. 



Futrell, Willard D. 
Gallop, Derwood E. 




Freshmen 



The first day of classes for freshmen is 
always one of confusion. 



Gander, Nancy 0. 
Garner, Amelia L. 
Gaskins, Robert E. 
Gaskins, Shelia G. 



Gibson, Earl 
Gibson, Mike L. 
Gimenez, John M. 
Glover, Jimmy R. 




Gray. Carol A. 
Gregory, Brenda L. 
Gregory, Charles E. 
Gregory, Thomas E. 



Griffin, Kathy A. 
Griffin, William 0. 



Grinnalds, John E. 



Grjssom, Ina K. 




Grissom, Martha R. 



Haake, Gregory V. 
Haas, Morris F. 



Hale, Larry R. 





Freshmen 






Hall, William H. 
Hamby, Rebecca S. 



Hamlett, Curtis M. 
Hampton, Mary R. 




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Handel, Deborah A. 
Hardee, Arthur K. 
Hardin, Sherry F. 



Hardy, Deborah G. 
Harner, Ronald S. 
Harper, James W. 



Harrell, Carlton R. 
Harrell, Joseph D. 
Harris, Billy G. 




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Harris, Charles L. 
Hams, George E. 



Harris, Patricia G. 
Harrison, Bobbie L 




Busy, busy. busy. 



Freshmen 



Hart, Michael T. 
Hartman. Debbie 
Harton. John D. 
Hastle. Lewis C. 



Hathaway. Henry S. 
Hathcock, Martha L. 
Hawkins. Thomas L. 
Herbert. Abner T. 




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Hermann, Janet F. 
Hernadez. William E. 



Herndon, Charles M. 
Hill, William W. 



Hinton, Quentine P. 
Hirschler, Gary P. 
Hobson, Debora L. 
Hodsden, Bridger L. 



Hoke, John W. 
Holland, David L. 
Holland, James L. 
Holland, Michael J. 




Freshmen 




Hollomon, Tony L. 
Hoskins, Julia L. 



Howell, Phil E. 



Huff, Jerre R. 




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Hulings, Drena J. 
Hunt Mary S. 



Hunt. Robert W. 



Hurdle, Betty L. 



Hurry, James A. 
Ingram, Raleigh M. 
Isaacs, Everet E. 
Ivey, William E. 




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Johnson, Ernie R. 
Johnson, Jerry W. 
Johnson, Sara J. 
Johnson, Turner C. 



Jones, Donna L. 
Jones, Russell S. 
Jones, Willia B. 
Jones, William E. 



Jordan, John C. 
Jova, Henry N. 
Joyner, David L. 



Justice, Charles E. 




Cards are a favorite past time of many students. 





students look on with enthusism. 



Karunungan. Ronaldo A. 
Kleinhaut, Alan I. 
Kline, Irwin H. 
Knickerbocker, Hugh E. 



Knight, Linda J. 
Knox, Marshall B. 
Koonce, William R. 
Kritz. Anika E. 



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Lancaster, Lloyd J. 
Lassiter, Kenneth A. 
Lav, Jay W. 
Leake, Randolph C. 

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Leafherwood, Jack M. 
Lee, Herbert C. 



Leggett, Arthur K. 
LeHew, Carroll S. 



Freshmen 





Leidolf, Harbeson H. 

Leonard, James R. 

Lewis, Denise D. 
Lewis, Mitchell E. 



Link, Wayne C. 
Lippincott, Paul V. 
Litchfield, Raymond S. 
Lockwood, Pamela G. 



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Long, Leslie W. 
Longest, Irene B. 
Lovegrove, William S. 
Lovett, Fern D. 



Lowe, Roy D. 
Luce, Andrea K. 
Lumpkin, Alice G. 
McAden, James H. 




McAdoo, Gala P. 
McCampbell, Allen C. 
McClellan, Robert E. 
McCormick, Walter L. 



f^reshmen 




Matheny, Glenn E. 
Matter, Foster J. 




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Maurer, Richard L. 



Mayo. David H. 
Melvin, Andrew C. 



Merritt, Larry L. 



Midgett, Mona T. 
Miles. Ernest J. 
Minor, George R. 
Mizelle. Ernest H. 



Moody, Randy S. 
Moore, John W. 



/loore, Linda P. 



Moore, Robert J. 



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IVloran, Melvin J. 
Morgan, Marsha A. 
Morgan, Pamela A. 
Morgan, Thomas L. 



Morris, Dora L. 
Morris, Hubert T. 
Morris, Linda G. 
Morton, Everette E. 



The Rings and Things entertained In the Student Union. 




Morton, James E. 
Morton, Richard L. 



Motzno, Nanette 



Mozingo, Troy D. 



Freshmen 




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Osteen. Ken A. 
Outten, Milton A. 
Overstreet, Marilyn F 
Owen, Ronald E. 



Page. Charles T. 
Parker. Genie W, 
Parker, Katie V. 
Parker, Oscar E. 



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Parker, Sharon L. 
Parker. Vickie V. 
Patton, Donald K. 
Payne, Glenn J. 



Pell. Evelyn F. 
Pemberton, Jackie R. 



Peterson, James N. 



Pickett, Deborah L. 



Freshmen 



A typical scene. 



Plttman, Dennis A. 
Potora, Edward J. 




Potter. Thomas H 
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Pressley. John G. 
Price, Felix V. 
Proffitt. Peggy L. 
Pugh, Nancy M. 



Pulley. Richard H. 
Raglns. Cheryl E. 
Ralph, Charles R. 
Ramsey, Barry A. 



Reason, Cathy 
Redding, Deborah 
Reid, McKinley 
Richardson, Edwin D. 



Freshmen 




Richardson, Frederick H. 
Rideout, Robert 0. 



Rightmyer, David C. 
Robertson, Henry R. 





Robinson, David S. 
Robinson, James 



Robinson, Susan B. 
Rocl<well, Keith 



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Roper, Elmer E. 
Rose, Thomas W. 
Rosser, Richard D. 
Sager, Richard A. 



Samules, Jack E. 
Sapienzo, Anthony W. 
Saunders, Ann M. 
Seay, Patricia A. 






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Seay, Robert W. 




Sellers, Rosemarie A. 
Seward, Frederick W. 



Sexton, Herbert C. 



Shiflet, Joan L. 
Shriver, James M. 
Simmons, Larry D. 
Slay, John K. 



Smith, R. Wayne 
Smith, S. Bruce 
Snyder, Frank M. 
Sontheimer, Susan C. 



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stone. Robert S 
Story, Perry W. 



Stover, David H 
Strait, Charles 



Sorenson, Howard W. 
Spain, Gary A. 
Spears, Linwood R. 
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Spencer, Patricia H. 
Springs, Sarati A. 
Stainback, Claude W. 
Stallings, Edward W. 



Stansbury Betty S. 
Steinbeck, Edwin B. 
Stevens Kenneth R. 
Stone, Cathy E. 



Chowan maintains a friendly atmosphere. 





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Streetman, Ricfiard C. 
Stutts. Beverly C. 
Taylor, Charles L. 
Taylor, Douglas C. 



Taylor, George B. 
Taylor, Johnnie R. 
Taylor, Leslie W. 
Tew, Glenn A. 



Thomas, Judy W. 
Thomas, Michael D. 
Thompson, Craig D, 
Thurston Larry E. 



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Tilton, Donna J. 
Treger, Michael A. 
Trump, Donald F. 
Truxillo. George R. 



Tyree. Andrew W. 
Underwood, Robert 0. 
Vandltord, Elizabeth A. 
Veasey, Stephen B 



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Freshmen 



Walker, Larry B. 






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Waller, Beverly G. 
Walston, William N. 



Warden, Jackson W. 



Warden. Mary K. 



Warren. Shirley R. 
Waters, Maxwell I. 
Weede, Belinda A. 
West, Frank M. 




Whitaker. James A. 
White, Burdon E. 
White. Phyllis R. 
Wilkins, Vernon P. 



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Williams, James A. 
Williams, Patsy M. 
Willis, Margaret C. 
Wilson, Norman 



Winslow, Wallace J. 



Winstead, Sue L. 



Womble, Oliver J. 



Wondergem, Diane 



Wong, Jenny L. 
Woodard, Linda A. 
Woodworth John F. 
Wooten, James M. 




Freshmen 




students take a restful break between class. 



Wright, Judy G. 



Yankey, Karl W. 
Yeoman, Virginia P. 




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Lee Dunn, President; Mr. Ed Wooten, advisor; Bucky Griffin, Vice-President; Carolyn Brinkley. secretary. 



ASSOCIATION 




Chowan College recognizes the educational value 
of student co-operation and leadership. The admin- 
istration and faculty delegate to the student leader- 
ship groups the supervision and control of certain 
affairs. This is done to the degree that the students 
are able and willing to assume the responsibility 
involved. Students are encouraged to accept respon- 
sibility for the improvement of conduct in the dormi- 
tories, cafeteria, student union building, and in 
other areas of vital interest to them. This is imple- 
mented on a democratic basis by a Men's Council 
and a Women's Judiciary. Students elected to mem- 
bership in these organizations jointly constitute the 
all-campus btudent Senate, which is headed by the 
president and other student body officials. Faculty 
members selected by the administration serve as 
advisers for these groups. 



Lee Dunn, "Desperado", before the "kidnap- 
ping" of Dr. Whitaker. 



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STUDENT SENATE 




S.G.A. Senate: Row one: Tom Kelthley, Larry Tice, Earl Gibson, Lee Dunn, Bucky Griffin, Carolyn Brinkley, Mr. Wooten. Row 
two: Priscilla Renn, Carol Gunter, Luis Hasting, Jim Bass, Bertie Ann Baggett, Susan Kirkland, Ronnie Harrell. Row three: 
Lilly Riddick, Roger Cope, Todd McConnell. Julie Boone, Luis Revelle, Harold Babb, Barry Brown. 




S.G.A. officers await ttie President's reception. 





Women's Council: Dale Willard, Betty Sowers, Teresa Wall, Priscilla Renn, President; Betty Sowers. 



WOMEN'S 



COUNCIL 




Dale Willard, Vice-president: Priscilla Renn, President; 
Betty Sowers, Secretary. 



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MEN'S COUNCIL 



The function of the Men's Council is to promote a 
Christian atmosphere by improving social and academic 
conditions, to promote a spirit of cooperation, to improve 
the appearance and the prestige of the College and develop 
loyalty. 




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Mens Coun li Pete Smith Ernest Overby, Ray Viverette, Larry Matthews, David Sobrito, Tom Keith!. -y President Marvin 
Daugherty. ReLoidint, beLietary Martin Aderhold, Jeff Scholl, Larry Thurston. Not pictured - Oscar Kevin Kuhn, 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




Sophomore Class Officers: Claude Schell, President; Ken Wright, Vice-President. Standing: Faye Robinson, Secretary; Steve 
Flack, Male Social Co-Chairman; Peggy Lucy, Female Social Co-Chairman. 



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WEST 
HALL 




West Hall Dormitory Officers: Tom Neale, Gary Whitley, Barry Brown, Harold Babb, Bob Strayhorn. 



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BELK 
HALL 





Belk Hall Dormitory Officers: Bertie 
Ann Baggett, Vice-President; Gail Draper. 
Secretary-Treasurer; Gail Melchlorre, 
Nancy Trayer. Elizabeth Harper, Donna 
Burnette, President: Pat Coffey. 



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JENKINS 
HALL 



Jenkins Hail Dormitory Officers: Jane 
Corbell, Julia Boone, Mary Jones, Becky 
Mohorn. Row two: Diane Williams, Juanita 
Colson, Beverly Williams. Scott Woodard. 



COLLEQE 

STREET 

HALL 



College Street Hall Dormitory Officers: 
Margaret Harris, Lilly Riddick, Kay Pierce, 
Carolyn Brinkley. 




WOMAN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION 




Women's Recreation Association: Mrs. Collins, Joan Cox, Sara Burney, Diane Williams, Priscilla Renn, Rose Sellers, Jenny 
Wong, Diane Wondergem, Libby House, Kathy Warden, Jeannie Gay, Lorraine Brinkley. Kathy Gurganus. Martha Dodd, Rebecca 
Hamby, Marianne Pugh. Jeanne Montgmery, Susan Long, Arnette Cahoon, Gayle Morris, Karen Lynch. 




Basketball: Mrs. Collins, Martha Dodd, Susan Long, Gayle Morris, Jeannie Gay, Gloria Simons, Vicki Gilbert, Deborah 
Dawson, Amy Wynns, Irene Flynn, Arnette Cahoon, Manager. Bottom: Karen Lynch, Diane Williams. 




Volleyball: Row one: Arnette Cahoon, Man- 
ager; Susan Long, Earline Brown, Jenny 
Wong, Lorraine Brinkley, Miriam Walter, Pat 
Crosby, Martha Casilear, Mrs. Janet Collings. 
Row two: Jeannie Gay, Gayle Morris, Joy 
Carroll, Deborah Dawson. Row three: Karen 
Lynch, Dianne Williams, Co-Captains. 



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The majorette squad of Chowan College is 
one of. three pep squads sponsored by the 
Women's Recreation Association. Through the 
guidance and leadership of Mrs. Janet Collins 
and their advisor. Mrs. Vickie Griffin, the 
majorettes were able to perform quite diligent- 
ly during the fall of the school year. 

Homecoming was a spectacular perfor- 
mance. At this time the majorettes led the 
band in the annual parade. During pre-game 
the squad did a striking dance and twirling 
routine. During the remainder of the semester 
the girls participated in the Ahoskie and 
Murfreesboro Christmas parades. 

One of the greatest contributions of the 
Majorettes was their assistance with the 
marathon for the Murfreesboro Rescue Squad. 
At this time the Majorettes devoted their en- 
tire Sunday collecting funds for this cause. 
Appreciation for this was displayed by the 
College, the Rescue Squad, and the town. 





Kay Pierce, Kathy Gurg 
pictured: Carol Gunter. 



Jackie Pemberton 



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Row one: Dee Lewis, Kay McKeown, Row two: Elizabeth Athey, Paula Borum, Rhonda Fenstermacher, Maggie Barnard. Ro 
three: Teresa Wall, Sara Burney, Joanie Elliot. 



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The Chowan College Bravettes are a 
marching drill team consisting of twelve 
girls chosen during tryouts at the begin- 
ning of the fall and spring semesters. They 
entertain during half-time programs at 
home football games and at other special 
events on campus. They also march in 
various parades, such as Homecoming 
and Christmas parades. Dance routines 
are a part of the Bravettes performances 
as well as drill routines. 



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STUDENT NURSINQ ASSOCIATION 




student Nurses Association: Row one: Judy Boyd, Treasurer; Gail Meichiorre, Second Vict- Piesident: Terry Johnson, Secretary, 
Joan Clarke, First Vice-President; Row two: Nancy Edwards, Ellen Matthews, Jeanne Montgomery, Faye Overstreet, Rhonda 
Fenstermacher. Row three: Dunya Barakey, Jackie Davis, Betty Sowers, Melba Fowler, Billie Davis, Cindy Scott, Maria Cicero. 
Darlene Rondeau, Belinda Weede. Row four: Julie Cole, Nancy Trayer, Joan Cox, Priscilla Renn, Faye Robinson. Jennifer 
Forrest, Kathy Warden, Donna Brown, Jackie Covington, Libby House. Not pictured— Velda Gardner, President. 

Student National Education Association 




Student National Education Association: Ruth Manson, Secretary-Treasurer; Roxane Lindsey, Delores Oakley, Gay Lafoon, 
Mrs. Deaton F. Faucette, Advisor; Vicky Mann, Cheryl Fishel, Bobbie Harrison, Second Vice-President; Jim Bass, President; 
Ray Viverette, First Vice-President; Thomas Gregory, Stephen Flack, Reporter;. Not pictured— Jerry Lee Newton. 

197 




Barry Brown. Miss Claudia M. Storminger, Advisor; Luis Revelle, President, Bottr 
Vice-President; Jimmy Walker. 



Powell. Secretary; Randy Wagner, 



CHOWAN 
COLLEQE 

SURFINQ 



The Chowan College Surfing Association 
was formed in the Spring Semester. The 
purpose of the club is to promote an 
interest in surfing on the campus. Several 
activities planned by the club included 
various movies. The best example being 
"Free and Easy" which was quite a success 
among the students. Also planned were 
weekend surfing trips to Cape Hatteras. 
During the Spring Holiday, the club part- 
icipated in an intercolligiate surfing meet 
with other East Coast colleges. The club 
was sponsored by Miss Claudia M. Storm- 
inger and Mr. Wellesley T. Corbett, Jr. 
It had a membership of some twenty 
students both male and female. 



ASSOCIATION 



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CHOWAN COLLEGE SKY DIVING ASSOCIATION 




President, Dave Frazier, Secretary. Row two; John Parker, Edward Aimsttong, Tommy Stanges, Tom 
Dickerson. Row ttiree: Joe Parker, Jesse Erwin, Row four: John Erwin. 



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The Monogram Club Is made up of young 
men who have achieved a letter in one of the 
following sports: football, basketball, baseball, 
track, cross country, tennis or golf. Member- 
ship in the club is voluntary. 

The club is very active on the campus and 
helps with such projects as parking cars for 
athletic events, soliciting for blood donors, 
sponsoring "turkey shoots" and presenting 
talent contests. 

The club awards each member a letter jacket 
for his service on the field and in the club. 



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1ST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Kenny Johnson, Herman Henderson, Vice President; Todd McConnell, President; Coach Hawkins, 
Advisor; Joe Burton, Secretary-Treasurer; Tom Garner, Project Chairman; Nick Shook. 2ND ROW: Bob Kilbourne, Steve Driscoll, 
Richard Thornton, Martin Aderhold, Don James, Claude Shell, Greg Hartranft, Morris Newlin. 3RD ROW: Bill Jones, Billy 
Harris, Tom Gregory, "Dancing" Dan Dayvault, Ricky Eason, "Uncaged", "The Kid", Bob Comerford. 4TH ROW: Dennis 
Richards, Bert Brown, Jim "Flash" Fair, John "Tennis Shoe" Bowles, Laverne "Honey Bear" Parker, Dan "Wildman" Croom, 
Baxter Ray "South Carolina" Ewing, "Brother Don" Phillips. 



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Circle K International is a service organ 
ization tor college men which develops 
future leaders and citizens whose philo 
sophy is founded on freedom, initiative, 
the American and Canadian heritage, and 
unselfish service to others. 

ChovKan Circle K has been active both 
on campus and in the community. It w,is 
the club's duty to park cars at various 
college activities, sell dunks at various 
school functions, and help the faculty and 
staff in the registration of students for 
the semester. Circle K also helped various 
campaigns in the area, such as the Blood- 
mobile program, and the fight against 
emphysema, tuberculosis, and air pollution. 
Chowan Circle K has only one mam goal 
in mind; service to others. 

Chowan Circle K was one of the most 
active service clubs in Chowan's history 



SITTING LEFT TO RIGHT: Frank Snyder, Steve 
Marlowe, James Burnam. 2ND ROW: Gary Bord- 
elon. President; Kenneth Goodman, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Charles Bradley. David Reames. 
3RD ROW: Tom Keithley, Vice-President; Ernie 
Freeman, Jack Grinnalds, Skip Gallop, Gary 
Whitley, John Parker, Social Chairman, Marshall 
Knox. 



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Raising the flag is only one of the Circle K Club's civic 
and community activities. 

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ALPHA PI EPSILON 




Front to Back: Kay Modlin, Donna Tilton, Arnette Cahoon, Mrs. Wallace, Sponsor; Mrs. Edwards. Sponsor; Carolyn Brinkley, 
President; Marylin Browne. Not pictured - Jeannie Gay. Secretary; Sheron Smith. 



PHI THETA KAPPA 




ROW one: Gay Lafoon. George Raymond. Pauline Robinson. Diane Trump. Mary Rascoe. Steve Davis. ROW two: George Whitt- 
more, Jimmy Herman, Bill Futrell. John Parker. Row three: Tom Keithley, Ronnie Harrell, Richard Kelton, Ray Viverette, Rick 
Clary, Tommy Waddell. 



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MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE 




I he campus Ministerial Alliance is com- 
posed of those students who have chosen the 
Christian ministry as a profession. The Alli- 
ance seeks to acquaint students vith some 
of the aspects of their future piofessional 
life through special programs and confer- 
ences on the role of the minister, and by 
affording occasional opportunities for con- 
ducting worship services in local churches 
or institutions. 



Phillip Frazier, Jeff Ewell, Roger Cope, President, Ernie Mizelle. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



The Baptist Student Union seeks 
to be the kind of loosely-organized 
community through which the col- 
lege student may nuture his own 
faith, through which he may be 
of service to others, and in which 
he may be challenged to expand 
his own vision of the Christian 
life. Meetings are held weekly for 
purposes of meditation, discussion, 
and instruction. 

The local campus group main- 
tains a close relationship with the 
North Carolina Baptist Student 
Union and with the total ministry 
of the Student Department, Bap- 
tist State Convention of North 
Carolina. While carrying the title 
"Baptist", the organization wel- 
comes the participation of students 
of all Christian denominations. 




SITTING: Leon Boyd, Kathy Jones, Claudette Denny, Margaret Harris, Sue 
Anne Jackson, Margaret Sparrer. STANDING: Charles Brown, Chaplain Taylor, 
Roger Cope, Mary Hampton, Paula Welch, Winslow Carter, Reggie Dunn, 
Barry Whitaker. 



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SPANISH 



Advanced Spanish students: Row one: Joyce Dodson, Ann Zepp, Carol Gunter, 
Randy Whittemore, Gil Woodard, Mr. M. Carson. Row two: Joe Parker, Jimmy Stroud, 
Jackie Stubbs, Steven LeHew. Bucky Griffin, Bucky Taylor. Not pictured— Steve 
Davis, John Gimenez. 




Intermediate Spanish students: Susan Broyhill, Marv Rascoe, Gay Lafoon. Delores Oakley, 
Pat Clifton, Miriam Walter, Peggy Proffitt. Row two: Bill Jones, Jimmy Smith, Tommy Waddell, 
Mike Weirich, Lonnie Rightmier, Henry Lee, Jimmy Parker. Row three: Mr. Carson, Wayne 
Burrell, Fred Talmage, Irving Kline, Carroll Elliott, Bucky Taylor, George Truxillo, Marvin 
Daugherty. 



The Spanish Club is composed 
of approximately fifty interested 
members who have had at least 
one year of college Spanish or 
its equivalent. The club provides 
an opportunity for students to 
use their knowledge of Spanish 
in real life situations outside 
the classroom. Each year the 
club presents an assembly of 
songs and music in Spanish. This 
year the club brought foreigh 
exchange students from South 
America to the Chowan campus. 
The club is sponsored by Professor 
Morris Carson. 




Intermediate Spanish students: B. Slaughter, V. Barrett, P. Hoover, M. Stevenson, J. Capps, 
D. Mashaw, Mr. Carson, Row two: G. Bordelon, D. Reames, E. Wilkerson, R. Hodges, G. 
Woodard, K. Harrell. 

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CLUB 




The Spanish Christmas Program. 




Officers of the Spanish Club were Gay Lafoon, Social Co-Chairman; Mr. Carson, 
Sponsor; Rick Clary, Social Co-Chairman; Carol Gunter, President; Randy Whitte- 
more, Vice-President; Ann Zepp, Secretary; Steve Davis, Treasurer; John Williams, 
Reporter; Pat Clifton, Chaplain. 



The activities of the Spanish 
Club began in September with 
"La Comida Mexicano," attended 
by the officers. The fiesta was 
held in the home of the club's 
sponsor, Mr. Carson. In October, 
Miss Page Langstrom, and Amer- 
ican exchange student to Latin 
America; presented a program 
about her summer in Latin Amer- 
ica. During the Christmas season, 
the club was responsible for the 
Spanish Christmas program given 
in assembly. 




Danzas Venezuelas! Ola! 



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DELTA 

PSI 

OMEQA 



SITTING: Pauline Robinson, President. Mrs. Larson, Advisor. 2ND ROW: LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Skip Holland, Billie Davis, Libby House, Diane Trump, Vice-President; 
Meredith Kennedy, Mary Joyce Bowen. 3RD ROW: Susan Brothers. Secretary! 
Winslovu Carter. David Mashaw, Russell Jones, Al Jackson, Michael Herbstreith. 




Chowan College is one of nine colleges 
in North Carolina that has a chapter of Delta 
Psi Omega, a national, dramatic, honorary 
fraternity. 

Only students who have worked in drama- 
tics and who have promoted college theatre 
are eligible. 1970 marks the first year they 
have sponsored a Dramatic Scholarship, open 
to incoming freshmen, and based on their 
audition scores. 




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CHOWAN 
COLLEQE 
PLAYERS 





The Chowan Players is an organiza* 
tlon open to any student interested In 
drama. Participation In this group offers 
different and exciting work; creating a 
role, painting scenery, making costumes, 
applying make-up, or Installing lights. 

In November a group of three one-act 
plays was given — "Spoon River Anth- 
ology", "The Brute", and "The Nifty 
Shop". In March a Shakespeare comedy, 
"The Taming of the Shrew" was presented. 
From April 13-17, a select group was 
taken to 14 elementary schools. Thou- 
sands of children saw "live theatre" and 
enjoyed the Chowan Players' Interpretlon 
of "The Red Shoes. 



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CHOIR 





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The Choir is made ot those that are paiticulaily intuiubtud in music and ones who enjoy singing. The main purpose of the 
organization is to give students a chance to use their singing talent to serve the college and the students. 



TOURINQ CHOIR 




1ST ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Michael Hopkins, Leon Boyd, Ken Lassiter, Andy Merrill, Fred Talmage, Jim Krone. 2ND ROW: 
Mary Hampton. Bonnie Austin, Debbie Brown, Claudette Denny, Amy Garner, Brenda Carpenter, Evelyn Brown, Betsy Smith. 
3RD ROW: Dennis Richard, Dorsey Gillis, Margaret Harris, Paula Welch, Kathy Jones, Amelia Vann, Larry Tice, Tom Currie, 
Mike Gibson. 



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S^OKsS^n/Ais 




Anne Handel, Larry N. Matthews, Business Manager; Barry Brown, Julie Hoskins, Marianne Pugh, Drina Huling. Seated is 
Pauline Robinson, Editor. 



The "Smoke Signals" is the student newspaper of 
Chowan College. Its purpose is to serve as the voice of 
the campus and inform its readers of events taking place 
relevant to student interest. Published bi-monthly, it is 
edited by Pauhne Robinson. Julie Hoskins serves as the 
associate editor and Larry Matthews as the business, 
manager. 




CHOU/ANOKA STAFF 




Section editors of the yearbook were, Libby House, Shannon Humphreys, Steve Bates, Barbara Watson, Billie Davis. Standing: 
Jackie Covington, Dennis Pittman, Karen Nix, Elaine Ellen. Not pictured — Gary Whitley. 




Discusing the next deadline is Carol Gunter, Editor and Phil Ferguson, Production Editor. 
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The yearbook staff is composed 
of students interested in journal- 
ism, printing, and photography. 
The yearbook is a permanent 
record of the college year. By 
working on the yearbook, stu- 
dents are able to understand how 
to express themselves through 
a literary device. "The Chowan- 
oka" also serves as a learning 
experience for students interest- 
ed in printing technology. All 
printing is done on campus by 
students of Graphic Arts. 

The entire book is designed 
and edited by the student staff. 
The staff numbered fifteen stu- 
dents who worked in various 
capacities according to interest. 
Carol Gunter served as editor. 
Phillip Ferguson, Production Edi- 
tor was in charge of all printing 
processes. The associate editor 
was Nelson Jeffreys. Faculty adv- 
isors were Mr. Charles Stevens, 
Mr. Herman Gatewood, and Mr. 
William B. Sowell. 




Tommy Daniel, Head Photographer; swings oft to shoot another picture. 



Folding pages of The Chowanok.i is N< Kon 
Jeffreys, Associate Editor and Lynn Njudjin, 
Associate Production Editor. 




Jackie Covington appears to be working hard on a layout. 



Silouetted by darkness, the staff works into the late 
hours of night in order to make the press in the 
morning. 

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Sophomore Dircctorij 



ABEE. ROY CARL 
Greenville. N. C. 
Pre-Educatlon 

ADERHOLD, MARTIN STEPHEN 
Ridgewood, N. J. 
Graphic Arts 
Track (Letterman) 1; 
Men's Council 1, 2; 
Monogram Club 2 

AILSWORTH, JAMES WILLIAM 
Keysville. Va. 
Pre-Education 

ALLEN III. EDWARD CARLTON 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Business Administration 

ALLIGOOD. THOMAS LEWIS 
Hampton. Va. 
Business Administration 

ANDERSON. Jr.. OLIVER LAFAYETTE 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 
Pre-Pharmacy 

ANTOZZI. ROBERT KAVANAUGH 
Petersburg. Va. 
Pre-Education 
Football 1; President - East Hall 1. 

ARMSTRONG. EDWARD EUGENE 
Fairfield. N. C, 
Pre-Law 

ARNETT. RAY DENNIS 
Virginia Beach. Va. 
Pre-Education 

ASHLEY. GLENN BARRY 
Suffolk, Va. 
Business Administration 

ASHLEY, THOMAS EDWARD 
Durham. N. C. 
Pre-Educatton 
Basketball 2. 



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BABB. HAROLD WENTZ 
Portsmouth. Va. 
Business Administration 
Itramural Sports Manager 1.2; 
Vice-President. West Hall 2; 
Surf Club 2: S.G.A. Senate 2. 

BAGGETT. BERTIE ANN 
Windsor. N. C. 
Liberal Arts 

B.S.U. 1. Council Member 2: 
YM.fK. President 1; S.G.A. Senate 
1, 2; Sophomore Advisor 2, President- 
Belk Hall 2. 

BAKER. BETSY RUTH 
Zebulon. N. C. 
Pre-Nursing 

Phi Theta Kappa 1.2; S.N. A. 1; 
Intramural Sports 1,2; History Seminar 
2; Who's Who in American Junior 
Colleges 2. 

BAKER. SETH KOLBY 
Nashville. N. C. 
Graphic Arts 



BARAKEY, DUNYIA ZANE 
Petersburg. Va. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N. A. 1,2. 

BARNES. RUSSELL HOWARD 
Murtreesboro. N. C. 
Accounting 

Honor Roll 2; Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2. 

BARNHILL. KATHRYN M. 
Stokes. N. C. 
Liberal Arts 

BARTON. Jr. CARROLL PEYTON 
Tappahannock. Va. 
Pre-Education 
Football 1. 2; Head Resident - East Hall 2. 

BASS. JAMES WRIGHT 
Lucama. N, C. 
Pre-Education 
S.N.E.A. president 2. S.G.A. Senate 2. 

BEAMAN. LEROY STATEN 
Ahoskie. N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Baseball 1. 2; Honor Roll 2. 

BEATTIE, DABNEY E. 
Richmond. Va. 
Pre-Medical 

BENNET. GENE ALTON 
Rich Square. N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Honor Roll 2. 

BENNETT, MICHAEL E. 
Washington. D. C, 
Business Administration 
Varsity Basketball 1.2; Intramural 
Basketball - Coach 2. 

BERRY. Jr.. RONALD DENNY 
Wendall, N. C. 
Pre-Engineering 

BEST, THOMAS MURRAY 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Intramurals 1. Unit Manager 2. 

BOELT. JUDITH SUBLETT 
Povi/hatan, Va. 
Pre-Education 

BOONE. JULIA FRANCES 
Colonial Heights. Va. 
Liberal Arts 

Chowan Band and Orchestra 1; 
President- Jenkins Hall 2; S.G.A. 
Senate 2. 

BORUM. MILDRED CARTER 
Burkeville. Va. 
Pre-Education 

BORUM, PAULA LORANE 
Norfolk, Va. 
One-year Secretarial 
Bravettes Sargeant at Arms 1,2. 

BOYCE Jr.. JAMES T. 
Woodland. N. C. 
Graphic Arts 



BOYD. GARY EDWARD 
Hazlehurst. Ga. 
Graphic Arts 

Aviation and Parachute Club, 
Vice-President 2; Executive 
Committee 2. 

BOYD, JUDY KAYE 
Pinetown, N. C. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N. A. 1. treasurer 2. 

BOYD. LEON ALONZO 
Gloucester. Va. 
Music 

Football 1; Track 1; B.S.U. 1; 
social co-chairman 2. Touring 
Choir 2. 

BOZE, Jr., WILLIAM T. 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Education 

BRANN. WILLIAM VERNON 
Village. Va. 
Graphic Arts 

BRINKLEY. CAROLYN FAYE 
Corapeake. N. C. 
Secretarial Administration 
Phi Beta Lambda 1; Vice-President- 
College Street Hall 1; Graduation 
Marshall 1; Alpha Pi Epsilon Scholarship 
Award I; Alpha Pi Epsilon Vice-President 1; 
President 2; S.G.A. Secretary 2. 
Honor Roll 1; Women's Council 2. 
S.G.A. Senate 2, Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2; William Roberts 
Scholarship Award 2. 

BRISBOIS, WILLIAM A. 
Virginia Beach. Va. 
Pre-Education 
Intramural Representative 1. 

BRITTINGHAM. CYNTHIA A. 
Hampton. Va. 
Liberal Arts 
Spanish Club 1; Dormitory Council 2. 

BROTHERS. MARY SUSAN 
Walstontaurg. N. C, 
Liberal Arts 

Delta Psi Omega 1; Spring Festival 
Court 2. 

BROWN. BARRY JOSEPH 
Hampton. Va. 
Graphic Arts 

Vice-president - Mixon Hall 1; 
President - West Hall 2. S.G.A. 
Senate 2. 

BROWN. ELLIOT HERBERT 
Norfolk. Va. 

Pre-Education 

Varsity Basketball 1; co-captain 2. 

BROWN. JAMES MICHAEL 
Rocky Mount. N. C. 
Pre-Education 

BROWN, WALTER DOLPHUS 
Roanoke Rapids. N. C. 
Graphic Arts 

BRYANT Jr., RAYMOND DAVIS 
Newsoms, Va. 
Business Administration 



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BURGESS, GERALD WAYNE 
Richmond, Va. 
Business Adniinistration 
Choir 2; Tennis Team 2. 

BURNETTE, DONNA LEE 
Newport News, Va. 
Legal Secretarial Administration 
Graduation 1; President Belk Hall 2. 
Who's Who in American Junior 
Colleges 2; Spring Festival Court 2; 
Housing Committee 2. 

BURNEY, SARA ELIZABETH 
Rockingham, N. C. 
Business Education 
Bravettes 1, Captain 2. 

BURTON, JOSEPH RUSSELL 
Staunton, Va. 
Pre-Educatlon 

Football 1,2; Monogram Club 1, 
Secretary 2. 

BYRD, Jr., KENNETH MORTON 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Varsity Basketballl. 



CAHOON, ARNETTE JOYCE 
Columbia, N. C, 
One Year Secretarial 
Assistant Manager-Girl's Varsity 
Basketball, Volleyball Team 1,2; 
Who's Who in American Junior 
Colleges 2; W.R.A. Executive Board 
1,2; Honor Roll 2; Alpha Pi Epsilon 
secretary 2. 

CAMP Jr., ROBERT WAYNE 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Business Administration 
Intramural sports 1,2. 

CAPPS, JULIA WHITE 
Conway, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 

CAPPS. WILLIAM R. 
Ahoskle, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Spanish Club 2. 

CARPENTER, BRENDA JEAN 
Hampton, Va. 
Music 

Touring Choir 1,2; 
Girl's Ensemble 1. 

CARPENTER, BRUCE E. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Baseball (All-Conference)- 
(Honorable Mention in All-Stars) 1, 
Co-Captain 2, Intramural sports 2. 

CARPENTER, BRENDA JEAN 
Hampton, Va. 
Music 

Touring Choir 1, 2; 
Girl's Ensemble 1. 

CARPENTER, BRUCE E. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Pre-Educatio 

Baseball (All-Conference) 
(Honorable Mention in All-Stars) 1, 
Co-CaptaIn 2; 
Intramural sports 2. 



CARTER JR., LEWIS T. 
Richmond, Va. 
Business Administration 

CHILDREY, ROBBIE PAGE 

Richmond, Va. 

Pre-Education 

Cheerleader 1. 
CLARK, JOAN PARKER 

Winton, N. C. 

Thirty Three Month Nursing 

S. N. A, Vice-President 2; 

Student Nurse Award 2. 

Who'sWholn American Junior Col leges 2. 

CLARK, ROBERT STEVEN 
New Bern, N. C. 
Pre-Pharmacy 

CLARKE, THOMAS A., Ill 
Hobbsville, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Scuba Club 1; 
Aviation and 
Parachute Club 2. 

CLARY, RICHARD THOMAS 
Lawrencevllle, Va. 
Pre-Journalism 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. 
Dean's List 2; 
Spanish Club 2. 

CLIFTON, PAMELA LEE 
Blackstone, Va. 
One-year Secretarial 
Honor Roll 1; 
Intramural Basketball 1, 
Women's Council 2. 
Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2. 

CLIFTON, PATRICIA LYNN 
Blackstone, Va. 
Pre-Educatlon 
Homecoming Princess 1; 
Honor Roll 1, 2; 
Spanish Club chaplain 2; 
W. R. A. 1, 2; 
Homecoming Court 2; 
Spring Festival Court 2. 

COLE, JULIA ELIZABETH 
Wakefield, Va. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
Intramural Basketball 1; 
S. N. A. 1, 2; 
B. S. U. 1, 2. 

COLEMAN, BURWELL WAYNE 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Science 

Circle K social chairman 2; 
Aviation and Parachute Club 2. 
Track 2. 

COLLIER, CHARLES R 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Business Administration 

COLSON, DORIS JUANITA 
South Mills, N. C. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
Intramural Basketball 1, 2; 
S. N. A. 1, 2. 

CONNOR, JOAN LEWIS 
Emporia, Va. 
Pre-Education 
W. R, A, 1,2. 



COPE, ROGER DALE 
Mocksville, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Choir 1; 

Tourlne Choir 1: 
B. S. U. President 2; 
Ministerial Alliance 1, 2; 
Chowan Players 2. 

CORBELL, JANE LYNN 
KIM Devil Hills, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Intramural Volleyball 1; 
Choir 1; 

Touring Choir 1; 
Dormitory Assistant 1; 
President-Jenkins Hall 2. 

COTTON JR., JAMES ERWIN 
Cofield, N. C. 
Business Administration 

COX, JOAN CAROLYN 
Norfolk, Va. 

Thirty-three month Nursing 
Bravettes 1; co-captain 2. 
Dormitory Council 1; 
Intramurals 1; 
W. R. A. 1,2; 

Faculty Student Committee 1; 
Vice-President S. G. A. 2. 
Newspaper Staff 2. 
Bridge Club 2: 
S. N. A. 1, 2; 
Homecoming Court 2; 
Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2. 
S. G. A. Senate 2. 
W. R. A. Special Events 
Comittee (Chairman 2. 

CRATCH, LINDA A. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Pre-Education 
W. R. A. 1,2. 

CRAWFORD, MATT NORRIS 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Sophomore Advisor 2 

CRIBB, MITCHELL JOE 
Pawleys Island, S. C. 
Pre-Education 

CRUICKSHANKS III, JOHN STIRLING 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Engineering 

CUTHRELL, KATHRYN CAROL 
Enfield, N. C. 
One-year General Clerical 
W. R. A. 1,2. 



DANIEL, WILLIAM ROBERT 
Richmond, Va. 
Graphic Arts 

DARNELL, ROBERT M. 

Babylon, Long Island, N. Y. 
Pre-Education 

DAUGHERTY, WALTON MARVIN 
Kinston, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Men's Council 1, secretary 2. 
Spanish Club 2. 



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DAUGHTRIDGE. WILLIAM WAYNE 
Rocky Mount, N. C^ 
Pre-Educatlon 

DAVIS. JACQUELINE ADAMS 
Ashland. Va. 

Thirty-three month Nursing 
S. N. A. 1. 2. 

DAVIS. JOHNNY STEVE 
Belmont. N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; 
Honor Roll 1.2; 
Spanish Club 1, treasurer 2. 

DAVIS. REBECCA ELLEN 
Scotland Neck. N. C. 
Pre-Education 

DAVIS, WILSON COLIN 
Warsaw. Va. 
Pre-Education 
Chowan Players 2; 
Intramural Basketball 2. 

DAWSON. DEBORAH ANN 
Lawrenceville, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Intramural Sports 1.2. 
Varsity Basketball 1.2; 
Volleyball 2, 

DELLBRIDGE, WILLIAM C. 
Spring Hope. N. C. 
Business Administration 
Intramural representative 1. 

DENNY. CLAUDETTE 
Roxboro. N. C. 
Music 

Touring Choir 1.2; 
Girl's Ensemble 1. 
B. S. U. 1.2; 
Choir vice-president 2. 

DODD. VIRGINIA MARTHA 
Emporia, Va. 
Pre-Education 
W. R. A. 1.2; 
Basketball 1.2; 
Social co-chairman-Belk 2; 
Dormitory Council 2. 

DONAHUE. WILLIAM E. 
Tampa, Florida 
Pre-Education 
Bridge Club 2; 
Intramural Sports 2. 

DOYLE, JR., EDWARD COLLINS 
Richmond, Va. 
Liberal Arts 
Intramural Sports 1,2. 

DOZIER, MELBA CHERYL 
Rocky Mount. N. C. 
Homecoming Sweetheart 1; 
Homecoming Court 2; 
Spring Festival Court contestant 2. 

DRISCOLL. STEPHEN LEONARD 
Charlottesville. Va. 
Pre-Education 
Football 1.2; 
Baseball 1. co-captain 2, 
President-Gibbs House 2. 
Monogram Club 2. 
Housing Committee 2. 
Intramural Sports 2. 



DUKE, ORLONDO BERNARD 
Richmond. Va. 
Pre-Dental 

DUNN III. GROVER LEE 
High Point. N. C. 
Pre-Law 

President-Freshman Class 1; 
President-S. G. A. 2. 

DUNN, JAMES REGINALD 
Roxboro. N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
B. S. U. 2, 

DUNN. ROBERT GLENN 
Richmond. Va. 
Pre-Education 
Transfer: Southwood Junior College. 



EASON JR., ROBERT W. 
Durham N. C. 
Pre-Education 

EDMONDS IV, HENRY JETER 
Kilmarnock, Va. 
Pre-Medical 
Band 1,2; 
Choir 1,2; 
Dance Band 1. 

EDWARDS, BETTY ANN 
Pendleton, N. C. 
Secretarial Administration 

EDWARDS, DEBORAH KAYE 
Blackstone, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Intramural Sports 1,2, 
Chowan Players 2. 

EDWARDS, NANCY LEIGH 
Portsmouth. Va. 

Legal Secretarial Administration 
Alpha Pi Epsilon 1 

ELLINGTON. THADDEUS GRAY 
Raleigh. N. C. 
Pre-Law 
Sophomore Advisor 2. 

ELLIOTT. JR., ROBERT EVERETT 
Portsmouth. Va. 
Pre-Education 
Surf Club 2. 

Ellis. Joyce Faye 
Holland. Va. 

Thirty-Three Month Nursing 
S. N. A. 1. 2. 

English, Carolyn Ann 
Drewryville, Va. 
Graphic Arts 

Basketball 1; Volleyball 1; 
Intramural Sports 1, 2; B.S.U. 1. 

Etheridge, Sally Ross 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Secretarial Administration 
Intramural Sports 1. 

Euler, John P. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Pre-Engineering 
Honor Roll 1. 



Fair. James Robert 

Norfolk, Va. 

Pre-Education 
Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2. 

Vice-president East Hall 2. 

Housing Committee 2; 

Monogram Club 2; 

Intramural Sports 2. 

Fentress, Gary Leigh 
Virginia Beach, Va 
Liberal Arts 

Ferguson, Phillip R. 
Newton Square. Penn. 
Graphic Arts 

Yearbook Associate Production Editor 1; 
Production Editor 2; 
Resident Assistant. West Hall 2. 
Who's Who in American Junior 
Colleges 2. 

Fishel. Cheryl Dawn 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 
Pre-Education 
S.N.E.A. Parlimentarian 2; 
Homecoming Sweetheart 2. 
W.R.A. 2; 
Transfer: Davidson County 

Flack, Stephen E. 
Petersburg, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Basketball 1, 2. 
Treasurer, West Hall 1; 
S.N.E.A. 2; 
Treasurer. Sophomore Class 2. 

FLINT. THOMAS WAYNE, 
Charlottesville, Va. 
Pre-Education ' 

Football 1; Track 1.2; 
Intramurals 1.2. 

FLORA JR.. FRED ELTON 
Murfreesboro. N. C. 
Accounting 

FLOYD. JOE BENNETT 
Green Sea. S. C. 
Pre-Education 

Transfer: Spartanburg Junior College 
Southeastern Community College 

FORREST. JENNIFER CAROL 
Poquoson. Va. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N. A. 1.2; Choir 2. 

FOWLER, FRANCES M. 
Morehead City. N. C. 
Thirty-three Month Nursing 
S.N. A. 1.2. 

FREEMAN. MARY LOU 
Oxford. N. C. 
Two-year Secretarial Administration 

FULCHER. GEORGE L. 
Norfolk. Va. 
Pre-Education 
Baseball (Letterman 1; 
Intramurals (All-Star) 2. 

FUTRELL. WILLIAM DAVID 
Conway, N. C. 
Pre-Engineering 
Phi Theta Kappa 1.2; 
Honor Roll 1. 



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GARCIA. DENNIS R. 
Virginia Beach. Va. 
Pre-Education 

GARNER, JR., THOMAS ROY 
Newport, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 

Newspaper co-Editor 1, staff 2; 
Delta Psi Omega 1.2; 
Tennis 1,2; 
Monogram Club 2; 
Events Committee 2. 

GAW, JR., WILLIAM HENRY 
Newport News, Va. 
Business Administration 
Track 2. 

GAY, JEANNIE L. 
Charlottesville. Va. 
Pre-Education 
Varsity Basketball 1,2; 
Volleyball 1,2; 
Intramural Sports 1,2; 
W.R.A. 1; president 2; 
Alpha Pi Epsilon 1,2. 

GHENT, MARY KATHRYN 
Alexandria, Va. 
Business Administration 
Bravettes 1. 

GILLESPIE, THOMAS VERNON 
Richmond, Va. 
Liberal Arts 

GILLIAM, RUDOLPH W. 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Business Administration 

GILLIS, DORSEY ROBERT 

Roxboro, N. C. 

Pre-Education 

Band 1,2; Choir 1,2; 
Touring Choir 1,2; 

B.S.U. 1,2 

GOODWIN, PATRICIA ANN 
Newport News, Va. 
Science 
Phi Theta Kappa 1,2. 

GRAHAM, THOMAS RANDOLPH 
Williamsburg. Va. 
Pre-Education 

Dormitory Resident Assistant 1.2; 
Baseball 1,2; 

Student Activities Committee 2. 
Intramural Committee 2. 

GRANGER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Graphic Arts 

Newspaper 1,2; Yearbook 1,2; 
N. C. Press Association Mechanical 
Conference Award 1; 
Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2. 

GRAVES, SYDNEY ELLEN 
Auburndale, Mass. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N.A. 1.2 

GREEN, JAMES HOWARD 
Victoria, Va. 
Business Administration 



GRIFFIN II, CLARENCE A. 

Clinton, N. C. 

Liberal Arts 

Basketball 1; 

President-Mixon Hall 1; 

Freshman Orientation Committee 
Chairman 1; 

Student-Faculty Committee 1, 

Housing Committee 1; 

S.G.A. Senate 1,2; 

Spanish Club 2; 

Vice-President-S.G.A. 2; 

Constitutional Revisions 

Committee chairman 2. 

GRIFFIN, DIANNE SHARON 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Accounting 
Chowan Players 2 

GRIFFIN. MICHAEL THURMAN 
Boykins, Va. 
Graphic Arts 

GUNTER, SARA CAROL 
Durham, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 

W.R.A. 1,2; Majorette 1,2; 
S.G.A. Senate 1,2; 
Intramural Volleyball 1; 
Spanish Club 1, president 2. 
Special Events Committee 1; 
Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Associate 
Editor 1, Editor 2; 
Homecoming Sweetheart 2, 
Publications Committee 2; 
Student of the Month— Murfreesboro 
Exchange Club 2. 

GURGANUS, KATHY ANN 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
One-year Secretarial 
Choir 1,2; Majorette 1, head 2; 
WRA 1, executive board 2; 
Chowan Players 2. 



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HAGWOOD, MARTIN L. 
Zebulon, N. C. 
Pre-Engineering 
Intramurals 1; 
Intramural baseball (All-Star) 2. 

HAMPTON, NANCY ARIANNE 
Plymouth, N. C. 
Pre-Nursing 

HARDEE, GLENN OLIVER 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
Business Administration 

HARPER, ELIZABETH ANN 
South Hill, Va. 
Accounting 
Dormitory Council 2. 

HARPER. NANCY CAROL 
Newport News. Va. 
Secretarial Administration 

HARRELL, KENNETH BROWN 
Coleram, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Spanish Club 2. 

HARRELL, RONALD LEE 
Murfreesboro, N. C. 
Pre-Law 

Honor Roll 1; Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; 
Day Students Organization president 2; 
S.G.A. Senate 2 



HARRIS, MARGARET HELEN 
Farmville, N. C, 
Pre-Education 

Choir 1.2; Touring Choir 1.2; 
Girls Ensemble 1. B.S.U. 1.2; 
Vice-President — College Street Hall 2; 
Spring Court Festival Contestant 2 

HARRISON JR., RICHARD JAMES 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Business Administration 
Honor Roll 2 

HART, CARROLL ROYSTER 
Oxford, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

Football (Letterman) 1, tri-captain 2; 
Monogram Club social co-chairman 1,2 

HARTRANFT, GREGORY WAYNE 
Fulton, N. Y. 
Pre-Education 
Football 1,2 

HAWKINS, GEORGE PHILLIP 
Sparyville, Va. 
Pre-Education 

HELMKAMP, DOUGLAS SHERLOCK 
Ahoskie, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

HENDERSON JR., HERMAN ALLEN 

Hopewell, Va. 

Pre-Education 

Football 1,2; 

Monogram Club 1, 

vice-president 2 
HENSLEY, DONALD WALKER 

Burlington. N. C. 

Business Administration 

HILDRETH. EDWARD LOUIS 
Norfolk, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Baseball 1,2; Intramurals— 
Football (All-star) 2, Basketball 2; 
Monogram Club 2. 
President-East Hall 2 

HILLARD. JAMES CARL 
Farmville, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Golf 1,2 

HOBGOOD, OLIVIA ANN 
Blackstone, Va. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N.A. 1; 

Spring Festival Court — 
Freshman Princess 1; 
Homecoming Queen 2; 
Special Events Committee chairman 2 

HOGGARD, THOMAS EARL 
Hampton, Va. 
Graphic Arts 

HONAKER JR., WILLIAM ANDERSON 
Carrolton, Va, 
Pre-Education 
Choir 2 

HOUSE, FREDDIE ELIZABETH 
Rocky Mount, N, C. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N.A. 1,2; W.R.A, 1.2; 
executive board 2; 
Chowan Players 1,2; 
Delta Psi Omega 1,2; 
Yearbook 2; Corresponding Secretary- 
District S.N.A. 1.2 

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HOWELL, PHILIP BRETT 
Como, N. C. 
Pre-Engineering 

HUDGINS, BRYAN WARNER 
Eure, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

HUDSON, JOHN NEIL 
Manassas, Va. 
Liberal Arts 

HUMPHREY, TERRY LYNN 
Norfolk, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Transfer; Old Dominion University 

HUMPHREYS, SHANNON LYNN 
Norfolk, Va. 
Liberal Arts 
Spanish Club 1; Yearbook 2 

HUNIKE, MARK STEPHEN 
Durham, N. C. 
Intramural Sports 1,2. 



JACKMOWSKI, STEVEN MICHAEL 
Richmond, Va. 
Business Administration 

JAMES, DONALD LEE 

Norfolk, Va. 

Pre-Education 

Baseball (All-Conference) 1, 

co-captain 2; Intramurals-football 
(All-star) 2, Basketball 2; 

Monogram Club 2. 

JENKINS, BARRY JAMES 
Conway, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

JENKINS, HARRY PAYNE 
Conway, N. C. 
Science 

JOHNSON, ANTHONY LYNN 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Honor Roll 1 

JOHNSON, KENNETH MACK 
Erwin, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Football 1,2. 

JOHNSON, LEE EUGENE 
Onancock, Va. 
Business Administration 

JOHNSON, TERESA ANN 
Conway, N. C. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N. A. 1, secretary 2: 
Spring Festival Contestant 2. 

JOHNSTON, GEORGIE ELAINE 
Littleton, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

JONES JR., CARTER WALLACE 
Winton, N. C. 
Pre-Law 

Tennis 2; Day Students 
Organization vice-president 2. 

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JONES, JAMES LEE 
Lewiston, N. C. 
Business Administration 

JONES, JENNY CATHERINE 
Durham, N. C. 
Music 

B.S.U. 1. vice-president 2; 
Touring Choir 1,2; 
Girl's Ensemble 1; 
Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2. 

JONES, MARY LOUISE 
Woodridge, Va. 
Pre-Education 

Bravettes 1, Homeconing Sweetheart 2 
Secretary-Treasurer- Jenkins Hall 2. 



KEETER, PERRY WAYNE 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Pre-Dental 

KEITHLEY, THOMAS WARREN 
Charlottesville, Va. 
Science 

Men's Council 1, president 2; 
Circle K 1, vice-president 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; 
Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2. 

KELTON, RICHARD ALAN 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Sc ience 
Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; Surf Club 2. 

KIRBY, PHYLLIS A. 
Alexandria, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Bravettes 1. 

KIRK, TERESA FAYE 
Durham, N. C. 
Secretarial Administration 

KIRKLAND, SUSAN ELIZABETH 
Lawrenceville, Va. 
Science 

Social co-chairman-Freshman 1; 
S.G.A. Student Secretary 2. 



LAFOON, MARILYN GAY 
Lawrenceville, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; 
Dean's List 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; 
S.N.E.A. 2; 

Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2. 

LEE, CHARLES DAVID 
Fredericksburg, Va. 
Business Administration 

LEWIS JR., JOE B. 
Hampton, Va. 
Accounting 

LEWIS, LABON THOMAS 
Nassawadox, Va. 
Business Administration 
Choir 1; Touring Choir 1. 



LIGON JR., GERALD HAWKINS 
Emporia, Va. 
Business Administration 

LINDSEY, ROXANE MARGARET 
Alexandria, Va. 
W.R.A. 1,2; Volleyball 1,2; 
S.N.E.A. 2 

LITTLE JR., ERNEST THOMAS 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Intramurals 1,2. 

LIVELY, THOMAS LEE 
Charlottesville, Va. 
Pre-Education 

LONDON, PETER HAYWOOD 
Hampton, Va. 
Graphic Arts 
Football 2; Monogram Club 2. 

LONG, SUSAN BEATRICE 
Wilhamston, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
W.R.A. 2; Basketball 2; 
Volleyball 2. 

LUCY, PEGGY JEAN 
Dolphin, Va. 

Secretarial Administration 
Social co-chairman-Freshman Class 1; 
Social co-chairman- 
Sophomore Class 2. 

LYNCH, KAREN JANE 
Selbyville, Del. 
Pre-Education 
Intramural sports 1,2; 
Volleyball 1,2; 
Basketball 1,2, 



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McCLESS, JAMES STUART 
Wilhamston, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Intramurals 1. 

McCLOUD, JOHN THOMAS 
Wayne, Penn 
Pre-Education 
Tennis 2. 

McCONNELL, TODD CHRISTOPHER 
Canton, Ohio 
Pre-Education 
Basketball 1, co-captain 2; 
Sophomore Advisor 2; 
Monogram Club president 2. 

McKEE, CONNIE JEAN 
Richmond, Va. 
Transfer: John Tyler 
Community College 

McLEAN, FREDDIE LEE 
Angler, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Baseball 1. 

McNAMARA, CHARLES FRANCIS 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Education 



MAGGIO, VINCENT JOHN PAUL 
Queens, N. Y. 
Pre-Education 
Football 1.2. 

MANN. JAMES SPENCER 
Farmville, N. C. 
Pre-Educatlon 

MANNING, THOMAS C. 
Teaneck, N. J. 
Graphic Arts 

MASHAW, DAVID ANDREW 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Liberal Arts 
Intramural sports 1, 
Chowan Players 1,2; 
Delta Psi Omega 2. 

MASSE, ROBERT LEROY 
Mechanicsville. Va. 
Pre-Engineering 
Track 1,2. 

MASSEY, JEAN UPSHAW 
West Point, Va. 
Pre-Education 
W.R.A. 1; Volleyball 2. 

MATTHEWS, DONNA DUKE 
Murfreesboro, N. C. 
Secretarial Administration 
Day Student Organization 2. 

MATTHEWS, ELLEN FRANCES 
Milwaukee, N. C. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N. A. 1,2; Dormitory Council 2. 

MATTHEWS, LARRY L. 
South Hill, Va. 
Graphic Arts 

MATTHEWS, LARRY N. 
Nashville, N. C. 
Graphic Arts 
Newspaper Business Manager 2. 

MAYERS, WARREN MITCHELL 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Pre-Forestry 

MEARES, JAMES P. 
Clarkton, Va. 
Pre-Engineering 
Football 1; 
Resident Assistant 2. 

MELCHIORRE, GAIL BRYAN 
Norfolk, Va. 

Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N.E.A. 1, vice-president 2; 
Dormitory Council 2. 

MERCER, JR., STUART GRAY 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Pre-Engineering 

MERCER, VICKIE LEE 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Medical Secretarial Administration 

MERRITT, ROBERT M. 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 



MILLER, WALTER HARRINGTON 
Williamston, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 

President-McDowell Columns 
Dormitory. 

MITCHELL, GLORIA DIANE 
Ahoskie, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

MOHORN, RECBCCA ALLEN 
Weldon, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Dormitory Officer-Jenkins Hall2. 

MONTGOMERY, JEANNE GRAY 
Graham, N. C. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
W.R.A. 1, corresponding 
Secretary 2; S.N. A. 1,2. 

MOORE, ANN L. 
Windsor, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

MOORE, JANET CHRISTINE 
Durham, N. C. 

Medical Secretarial Administration 
Spring Festival Committee 1. 

MORIARTY, RICHARD MICHAEL 
Alexandria, Va. 
Business Administration 

MURRAY, KATHRYNE ANNE 
Alexandria, Va. 
Pre-Nursing 
Bravettes 1. 



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NEALE, III, THOMAS EDWIN 
Norfolk, Va. 
Pre-Education 

Dormitory Officer West Hall 2; 
Sophomore Advisor 2. 

NEWTON, JERRY LEE 
Wilson, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Chowan Players 1; S.N.E.A, reporter 2. 

NORWOOD, ROBERT WILLIAM 
Richmone, Va. 
Liberal Arts 



OAKLEY, DELORES LEONA 
Oxford, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Spanish Club 2; S.N.E.A. 2. 

OSBORNE JR., CLARENCE 
High Point, N. C. 
Graphic Arts 

ORMSBY, GLENN DAWSON 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Pre-Educatlon 

OSBORNE, RITA SUSAN 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Secretarial Administration 
Secretary-College Street Hall 2. 



OVERBY JR., ERNEST MAYNARD 
Richmond, Va. 
Business Administration 
Track (Letterman) 1,2; 
Men's Council 2. 



PADEN, RICHARD EMIL 
Hampton, Va. 
Graphic Arts 

PARKER, GENE ASHLEY 
Lumberton, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Football 1. 

PARKER JR., JAMES WILFRED 
Sussex, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Baseball 1,2; Intramural Sports 2. 

PARKER, JOHN FREDERICK 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Liberal Arts 
Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; 
Circle K social co-chairman 2; 
Aviation and Parachute Club 2. 

PARKER, JOSEPH PAUL 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Liberal Arts 
Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; 
Aviation and Parachute Club 2; 
Spanish Club 2. 

PERKINS, JOHN E. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Pre-Education 

PHILLIPS, DONNIE RAY 
Erwin, N, C. 
Pre-Education 
Football (Letterman) 1,2; 
Monogram Club 1,2; 
Sophomore Advisor 2. 

PHILLIPS JR., HILTON 8. 
Exmore, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Golf (Letterman) 1,2. 

PHILLIPS, JAY JARVIS 
Zebulon, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

PHILLIPS II, RALPH ADOLPHUS 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Transfer: Louisberg Junior College 

PIERCE, KAY FRANCIS 
Portsmouth, Va. 

Legal Secretarial Administration 
Maiorette 1,2; Dormitory Council- 
College Street Hall 2. 

POLLARD, DREW WILLIAM 
Kinston, N. C. 
Science 

POLLOCK, MARTHA GAIL 
Hampton, Va. 

Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N. A. 1,2. 



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POPE, BARRY LEE 
Rich Square, N. C. 
Pre-Educatlon 

POWELL, ELLA JULIA 
Windsor, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 

POWELL, LESTER E. 
Alexandria, Va. 
Liberal Arts 
Surf Club Secretary 2. 

PRICE JR., FELIX V. 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Business Administration 

PROFFITT, LARRY WAYNE 
Amelia, Va. 
Science 
Intramural Basketball 2. 



RASCOE, MARY ANNA 
Atioskie, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Dean's List 1; S.N.E.A. 1; 
President's List 1,2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; Spanish Club 2; 
Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2. 

RAY, JACK PHILLIP 
Ahoskie, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

RAYMOND JR., JOHN WESLEY 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Science 

Phi Theta Kappa 1, president 2. 
President's List 1,2. 

REAMES III, DAVID HERBERT 
Petersburg, Va. 
Pre-Pharmacy 
Dormitory Treasurer 1; 
Library Committee 2; 
Circle K 2; 
Sophomore Advisor 2. 

RECTOR JR., GEORGE DALTON 
Vienna. Va. 

Business Administration 
Dormitory vice-president 2. 

REVELLE, LUIS ANTHONY 
Newport Beach, Calf. 
Science 
Surf Club president 2; 

S.G.A. Senate 2; Resident Assistant- 
West Hall 2. 

REW, MARK DOUGLAS 
Parksley, Va. 
Liberal Arts 

RICHARDS, DENNIS CARL 
Wakefield, Va. 
Music 
Touring Choir 1,2; Chowan Players 2. 

RICHARDSON, REGINA MAY 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Education 



RIDDICK, LILLY HOOKER 
Alliance, N. C. 
One-Year Secretarial 
W.R.A. 1,2; President- 
College Street Hall 2. 

RIGHTMIER, LONNIE 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Liberal Arts 
Tennis 2. 

RIPPEY, GARY LYNN 
Durham, N. C. 
Pre-Dental 

Aviation and Parachute Club 2; 
Track 2. 

RITCHIE, MARY MELINDA 
Asheboro, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Spanish Club 1, 
Secretary-Freshman Class 1; 
S.G.A. Senate 1,2; 
Social Co-Chairman— S.G.A. 2; 
Homecoming Court 2; 
Spring Festival Court. Queen 2. 

ROBERSON JR., HERMAN BRINKLEY 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Pre-Pharmacy 
Circle K 2. 

ROBINSON, FAY BERNICE 
Garland, N. C. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N.A. 1,2; Secretary- 
Sophomore Class 2. 

ROBINSON, PAULINE BELL 

Ahoskie, N. C. 

Liberal Arts 

Homecoming Sweetheart 1; 

Chowan Players 1.2; Delta Psi Omega 

Vice president 1, president 2, 

Basketball 1; 

Chief Graduation Marshall 1; 

Highest Freshman Average 

Scholarship 1; 

Newspaper society editor 1; Editor 2. 

Phi Theta Kappa treasurer 2, 

Homecoming Court 2; 
Spring Festival Court 2; 
Hospitality Committee 2; 
S.G.A. Senate 2; 
Student of the Month— 
Murfreesboro Exchange Club 2; 
Publications Committee 2; 
Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 2. 

RODGERS, SUSAN NASH 
Portsmouth, Va. 
One-year Secretarial 

RONDEAU, DARLENE ELLEN 
Poquoson. Va. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
S.N.A. 1,2. 

ROUNTREE, ALVINT. 
Eure, N. C. 
Pre-Law 

Competitive Scholarship Award 1; 
Men's Council Advisor 2. 



SADLER, REBECCA ANN 
Winterville. N. C. 
Thirty-Three Months Nursing 
S.N.A. 1,2. 

SAWYER, JULIAN HAROLD 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Graphic Arts 

SCHOFIELD, EDNA ELIZABETH 
Araphoe, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

SCHOLL, CARL JEFFREY 
Richmond, Va. 
Business Administration 
Golf 1,2; Men's Council 1,2. 

SCOTT, CYNTHIA LEE 
Durham, N. C. 

Thirty-Three Months Nursing 
S.N.A. 1; Homecoming Sweetheart 2. 

SELF, REBECCA KERR 
Fredericksburg, Va. 
Graphic Arts 
B.S.U. 1, 2; Intramurals 2; W.R.A. 1, 2. 

SETLIFF, JOAN LEE 
Alexandria, Va. 
Pre-Nursing 
S.N.A. 1; Choir 2; Chowan Players 2. 

SEWARD, RICHARD D. 
West Point, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Intramural Sports 1. 

SHEFFIELD. ROBERT RANDOLPH 
Waverly. Va. 
Pre-Education 

Intramural Sports 1,2; Secretary- 
treasurer ■ McDowell Columns 
Dormitory 2; Resident Assistant 2. 

SHELL, CLAUDE CABELL 
Dinwiddie, Va. 
Pre-Education 

President-Sophomore Class 2; 
Football 2; Resident Assistant 2. 

SHOOK, JAMES NICHOLAS 
Windsor, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

Football (Letterman) 1,2; Monogram 
Club 1,2. 

SICELOFF, THOMAS EDWARD 
Richmond, Va. 
Business Administration 
Dormitory Social Co-Chairman 2. 

SILVER, PAUL E. 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Tennis 2. 

SIMMONS, GARY LEE 
Crewe, Va. 
Business Administration 

SIMPSON, RONALD KEITH 
Greesboro, N. C. 
Graphic Arts 



SIZEMORE, RAY CARTER 
Halifax. Va. 
Liberal Arts 

SLATER, JUNE LEFTWICH 
Hanover, Va. 
Accounting 

Intramural Sports 1,2; Women's 
Council 2. 

SLAUGHTER, BETTIE MARIE 
Ahoskie, N. C. 
Music 

Women's Council 1,2; Girl's Ensemble 
1; Spanisti Club 2. 

SMITH, Jr., HARVEY LEON 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Graptiic Arts 

Honor Roll 1; Men's Council 1,2; 
Sophomore Advisor 2. 

SMITH Jr., WILLIAM CLIFTON 
Rawlings, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Ctioir 1. 

SMITHWICK, EDITH ANN 
Windsor, N. C. 
One-year Secretarial 
B.S.U. 1, social co-ctiairman 2. 

SOBRITO, JOHN DAVID 
Rictimond, Va. 
Pre-Education 

Golf 1,2; Men's Council 1,2; 
Soptiomore Advisor 2. 

SOSEBEE, NATHAN DEWEY 
Newport News, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Basketball 1,2. 

SOULE, JEAN MARIE 
Aylett, Va. 
Business Education 
Dormitory Council-Belk Hall 2. 

SOWERS, BETTY ANN 
Lexington. N. C. 
Thirty-three month Nursing 
Volleyball 1; S.N. A. 1,2; Women's 
Council 2. 

SPARRER, MARGARET ROANE 
Seaford, Va. 
Music 

TouringChoir 1,2; B.S.U. 1,2; 
Girl's Ensemble 1. 

STANCES, THOMAS DAVID 
Alexandria Va. 
Business Administration 
Football 1,2. 

STANSBURY, BETTY JANE 
Littleton, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Honor Roll 2. 

STEVENSON, MARY LOUIS 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Spanish Club 2. 



STILLMAN, PAMELA 
Windsor, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Dean's List 2. 

STRAYHORN, ROBERT JAMES 
Alexandria, Va. 
Pre-Law 

Intramural Sports 1,2; Secretary- 
treasurer - West Hall 2. Men's 
Council Advisor 2. 



STROUD, JAMES B. 
Chase City, Va. 
Liberal Arts 
Spanish Club 2. 

STUBBS Jr., JOHN B. 
Plymouth, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Spanish Club 2. 

SULLIVAN, CHARLES HARVEY 
Camp LeJeune, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

Golf 1,2; Most Valuable Golfer 
Award 1. 

SUMMERLIN, EMOGENE 
Warsaw, N. C. 
One-year Teletypesetter Perforator 

SUTTON, ANTHONY DALE 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Transfer: Wingate College 

SWARTLEY, MICHAEL ALLEN 
Steelton, Pa. 
Pre-Education 

Football 1, tri-captain 2; Monogram 
Club 2. 

SWEENEY, MICHAEL DENNIS 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Education 

SYKES Jr., LONNIE RAY 
Norfolk, Va. 
Pre-Education 

Treasurer-Freshman Class 1; Treasurer- 
S.G.A. 2; Delta Psi Omega 1; Spring 
Festival Committee 1; S.G.A. Senate 
1,2. 



TALLEY, CHARLES ALEXANDER 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Law 

TAYLOR, MICHAEL DEANE 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Accounting 

TAYLOR, ROWLAND LEON 
Boykins, Va. 
Liberal Arts 

Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; Spanish 
Club 2. 

THORNE, ANGELA LEE 
Castalia, N. C. 
Pre-Education 



THORNTON, JOHN RICHARD HOTT 
Durham, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Men's Council 1; VicePresident Gibbs 
House 1; Track Team (Letterman) 1; 
Clothing and Etiquette Committee 2; 
Sophomore Advisor 2; Sophomore 
Host 2. 

THORPE, ROGER K. 
Newsoms, Va. 
Pre-Enginerring 

THURMOND, PAUL L. 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Football Team 1. 



THURSTON, LARRY EDWIN 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Pre-Law 
Men's Council 1,2. 

TICE, LARRY J. 

Virginia Beach. Va. 

Pre Law 

Intramural Representative 1,2; Social 

Co-chairman 1; TouringChoir 1,2; 
Touring Choir President 2; S.G.A. Senate 

2. 

TILLER, JOSEPH DAVID 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Track Team 1; Social Co-chairman 1,2. 

TOMLIN, LINDA RUTH 
Newport News, Va. 
Pre Education 
Bravettes 1; Choir 2. 

TRADER, THOMAS WAYNE 
Arlington, Va. 
Business Administration 

TRAYER, NANCY KAY 
Suffolk, Va. 
Pre-Speech Therapy 
Student Nurses Association 1; 
Dorm Council 2. 

TRUMP, DIANE ETHERIDGE 
Franklin, Va. 
Liberal Arts 

Chowan Players-Student Director 1,2; 
Delta Psi Omega 1,2; Phi Theta Kappa 
1,2. 



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UPCHURCH, OTHO GRANT 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Tennis 1. 



VANN, AMELIA KATHLEEN 
Murfreesboro, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

VAUGHN III, WILLIAM ARTHUR 
Roxobel, N. C. 
Pre-Education 



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VICK, BESSIE ANN 
Beaufort, N. C. 
Pre Education 
Chowan Players 1. 

VIVERETTE Jr., RAYMOND REGINALD 
Enfield, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

Intramural Sports 1,2; Honor Roll 1 
2; Dean's List 1; Phi Theta Kappa l' 2- 
Competative Honor Scholarship 1; 
SN.E.A. vice-president 2; Men's 
Council 2. 



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WADDELL, TOMMY LEE 
Whiterville, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 

Football 1; Honor Roll 1; Honors 
Religion Seminar 1; Spanish Club I; 
2; Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; F.O. Mixon 
Memorial Scholarship 1. Sophomore 
Advisor 2. 

WAGNER, RANDY S. 
Alexandria, Va. 
Pre-Education 
Surf Club vice-president 2. 

WALKER, JAMES ROBERT 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Graphic Arts 

Honor Roll 2; Surf Club. Meherrin 
River Surf Contest Winner 2. 

WALKER, ROBERT FRANKLIN 
Yorktown, Va. 
Pre-Education 

WALL, TERESA DEE 
Durham, N. C. 
Business Education 
Women's Council 2; Bravettes Secretary 

WALLS III. ELMO LAMBDEN 
Wilson, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

WALTERS, MIRIAM RUTH 
Skippers, Va. 
Liberal Arts 

Varsity Volleyball 1,2; Varsity 
Basketball 1, Competitive Honor 
Scholarship 1; W.R.A. 1,2; Spanish 
Club 1.2. Honor Roll 1,2. 

WELCH, PAULA MARIE 
Arlington, Va. 
Music 

Touring Choir 1,2; B.S.U. 1,2; Chowan 
Players 2. 

WIGGINS, BARBARA ANN 
Ahoskie, N. C. 
One-Year Secretarial 

WILKINSON, RICHARD VERNON 
Mebane, N. C. 
Pre-Education 
Basketball 2. 

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WILLARD, PAMELA DALE 
Frederick, Maryland 
Pre-Education 

Homecoming Sweetheart 2; Delta 
Psi Omega 2. Chowan Players 1, 
Women's Council Vice-president 2. 

WILLIAMS, DIANNE 
South Mills, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

Varsity Volleyball 1,2; Varsity 
Basketball 1.2; W.R.A. 1.2; Intramura 
Chairman 2, 

WILLIAMS, Jr., JAMES LESLIE 
Henderson, N. C. 
Pre-Engineering 
Phi Theta Kappa 1. 

WILLIAMS, JEANNE GAYLE 
Colonial heights, Va, 
Pre-Education 

WILLIAMS, Jr., JOHN THOMAS 
Morehead City, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 
Spanish Club 1,2. 

WILLIAMS, STEPHEN LOYD 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

Baseball 2. Intramural Basketball. 
Football, Volleyball 2. 

WILLIS, HELEN MARIE 
Arapahoe, N. C. 
Pre-Education 

WILLIS, RONALD WHITE 
Virginia Beach, Va, 
Pre-Education 

WILLOUGHBY, RUSSELL LOWELL 
Norfolk, Va. 
Business Administration 

WHITE, BURTON E. 
Richmond, Va. 
; Business Administration 

WHITE, RUSSELL LEE 
Seaboard, N. C. 
Graphic Arts 

WHITLEY, GARY LEE 
Arlington, Va. 
Graphic Arts 

Circle K Club 1, Reporter 2, Yearbook 
1.2, Social Co-Chairman, West Dorm. 

WHITLOW, Jr., CHARLES W. 
Blackstone, Va. 
pre-Education 
Football 2. 

WHITTEMORE, GEORGE RANDOLPH 
Union Level, Va. 
Accounting 

High Grade Average Scholarship 1; 
Phi Theta Kappa Vice-President 2. 
Spanish Club Vice-President 2; S.G.A. 
Senate 2, Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 

WOMMACK, RICHARD FELTON 
Weldon, N. C. 
Science 



WOODARD, DOUGLAS GIBSON 

Kenly, N. C. 

Pre-Education 
WOODARD, FRANCES SCOTT 

Enfield, N. C. 

Secretarial Administration 

Cheerleader 1,2; Dormitory Council 2. 

WOODARD Jr., GILBERT E. 
Conway, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 

WORRELL Jr., JAMES MILTON 
Newsoms, Va. 
Pre-Education 

WRIGHT, KENNETH 
Richmond, Va. 
Pre-Law 

Vice-President - Freshman Class; 
Vice-President - Sophomore Class, 
Sophomore Advisor; Chairman, S.G.A. 
Constitutional Revision Committee 2. 

WRIGHT, REBECCA LOU 
Hampton, Va. 
Pre-Education 

W.R.A. 1,2; Spring Festival Contestant- 
Mixon Hall 1; Yearbook 2. 

WYATT, ROGER FRANKLIN 
Mattaponi, Va. 
Accounting 



ZEPP, VIRGINIA ANN 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Liberal Arts 



A Tribute to Graphic Arts 



The School of Graphic Arts is responsible for all printing 
, processes incorporated in the 1970 volume of THE CHOWANOKA. 
All special effects seen in the book is due to the knowledge and 
techniques employed by the instructors and students. 

Special recognition is awarded to those students who worked 
many long hours to insure that this volume of THE CHOWANOKA 
would be an outstanding example of fine workmanship. 

To the School of Graphic Arts is offered a sincere thank you 
for its help and cooperation. 






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