Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2011 with funding from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill http://www.archive.org/details/falcon1962sain m m ^ i The Saint Augustine's College Student Body presents THE FALCON Editors-In-Chiej James E. Davis, Eugene Nelson Saint Augustine's College Raleigh, North Carolina ^ THIS IS Again we have arrived at that time of the year when we try to seek, recall and evaluate those experiences we have had over the years at Saint Augustine's College. These experiences may be successes, failures or a compromising melange of both. Realizing of course that many of our experiences are lost to the past, or could not be expressed in a single snapshot. Taking into consideration our theme; "This is Saint Augustine's," let us show you our school. Come with us as we introduce you to our faculty, take you into our classrooms and escort you around our campus. As the pages unfold before you we hope that you will come to grasp a small part of the happiness that we have known during our stay at this institution. In this 1962 edition, we shall begin to evaluate, thus realizing that Saint Augustine's holds very high intellectual and moral standards. ST. AUGUSTINE'S Saint Augustine's Has: A harmonious campus cloistered among nature A competent faculty A conscientious student body Organizations that co-operated with the faculty A place for the development of physical stamina A diversity of activities Greek organizations which promote scholarship and love for all mankind Queens to grace a regal court Dedication The class of 1962 dedicates this Falcon to The Rev. Joseph N. Green, Jr. In dedicating this year's Falcon the mem- bers of the Senior Class choose an indi- vidual who in their opinion exemplifies the basic principles and ideals upon which Saint Augustine's was founded. The magnitude of his teachings has influenced and molded both our social and religious lives while in this institution. From his teachings we feel as though we have found the neces- sary beacon to direct us in our future en- deavors, no matter how bleak life may seem. This man has been a friend and teacher who has given to the student, spiritual guidance and advice in his time of need. So it is with deepest sincerity and heartfelt appreciation that we dedicate this 1961-62 edition of the Falcon to Rev. Joseph N. Green, Jr. THE PRESIDENT'S RESIDENCE— a beau- tiful two story brick house, constructed of ^„ ;, an architectural style to harmonize with |J that of the larger buildings. THE CHAPLAIN'S HOUSE. THE DEAN AND BUSINESS MANAGER'S HOUSE— is a modern duplex apartment which does a great deal to en- hance the beautiful scenery of the campus. PENICK HALL OF SCIENCE. This build- ing was constructed in 1950. The Physics Department is on the basement floor, Biology on the first floor, and Biology and Chemistry on the second floor. The first floor, also, has an amphitheater — seating approximatelj 100 persons. HUNTER BUILDING. Constructed in 1925. The administrative offices and classrooms are found in this building. ART BUILDING. Constructed in 1917. The first floor of this structure is used for classes in drawing, and the second floor for handi- crafts. CHESHIRE BUILDING. This building was constructed in 1929. The first floor houses the dining hall. The second floor has four music studios and various offices. -''Z '^*1'^Ki^ ,.^^^^1^ GOOLD HALL. Dedi- cated in 1961 in honor of Rev. Edgar H. Goold. This structure furnishes living facilities for jun- ior and senior young ladies. TUTTLE BUILDING. Was constructed in 1925. It is a three story struc- ture which furnishes housing for sophomore and freshmen young ladies. DELANY BUILDING. Was constructed in 1929. It provides lodging space for approximately 90 freshmen and sophomore young ladies. ^jlSfrft*^ THOMAS BUILDING. This building was constructed in 1913. It furnishes living ac- commodations for senior and junior young men. — i ^-.v ■ ■ ■ ■ -.« 1 - BENSON LIBRARY is a beautiful two story brick structure. Its design is in perfect harmony with the rest of the campus and houses countless volumes of interesting and unique books. HERMITAGE BUILDING was constructed in 1914. It furnishes office space for the language laboratories, the infirmary, and various other offices. TAYLOR HALL was constructed in 1912. Serves as the "Little Theater." Sf-: LOUNGE OF ATKIN- SON HALL CHESHIRE LOUNGE CHAPEL — The College Chapel was constructed in 1895. It is a beautiful stone structure which serves as a place of wor- ship for the student body and faculty. STUDENT CENTER— This is a three story structure which furnishes countless recrea- tional activities for the student body of Saint Augustine's. ATKINSON HALL — This structure was made possible due to funds donated by the United Negro College Fund. At the present time it furnishes living space for approxi- mately 125 freshmen and sophomore young men. HEALTH AND FINE ARTS BUILDING— This is the artist's conception of the proposed gymtorium which is to be erected by the Fall semester of 1962. ^-.. latttt jAugMstine's (Eollege Office of the President February 17, 1962 Dear Senior Class: On the occasion of your leaving Saint Augustine's College after an academic sojourn of four years, I congratulate you. Your graduation will truly be the commencement of a new chapter in the book of life. We have attempted to acquaint you with the religious, scientific and humanistic implications in the matter of everyday living. It is my prayer that you will now be better able to evaluate change in terms of continuing human progress rather than as a threat to human stability, Always carry with you a Christian optimism based upon reality. Forever be true to God and your fellow- man. May success ever attend you. Very truly yours JAB :mdv ames A. Boyer, ^/resident MEMBER \T.^^ dt ,-"r> ,>- 4gr \ FACULTY '<i»iw<i P^ ™""""'""""''^"""^'""""' "Ti Dr. Albert W. Grauer. Received his B.M. from the Concordia Teachers College; M.A. from Western Reserve University; Ph.D. at Eastman School of Music. 1 Mrs. Sylvia E. Payne. A part time instructor of the Music Department. She has received her B.S. from Howr- ard University; M.A. from Columbia University and did further study at Columbia University. Department of Music Mr. Addidon W. Reed. A new member of the Music Department and is the director of the M.E.N.C. He has received his A.B., M.A., and B.Mus. from Kent State Uni- versity. Miss Alma L. Gregg. A new addition to the Music Department. She received her B.Mus. and M.A. at Boston University. Mrs. Jo Ina Delaney. Instructor in Handcrafts who believes in beauty through the hands. Received her B.A. at Bennett College; M.S. at North Carolina College and further study at Columbia University. A R T Mr. James F. Wise. The Edgar Degas of St. Augustine's. He received his B.A. and M.A., at Howard University. He did further study at Sknowhegan School of Painting and Sculp- ture and the University of Pennsylvania. Department of History and Political Science Dr. Richard P. de Pagnier. Known to the campus as Dr. D. He received his A.B. and S.T.L. at Canasius University; M.A., Pont. Greg. Univer- sity and Ph.D., Tulane University. Dr. Elmer C. Schwertman. The head of the Social Science Department whose progressive ideas have helped St. Augustine's. Received his B.A. at Oberlin College; M.A. and Ph.D. at Columbia University and further study at Cornell Univer- sity. Mrs. Doris S. Herrell. A helpful addition to the English and History Departments. Received her B.S. from Howard Uni- versity; M.A. from North Carolina College and further study at Ohio State University Dr. Anne P. Toliver. She feels as Confucius: "Study without thought is vain; thought without study is dangerous." She received her B.A. from Clark College; M.A. from Penn State University, and Ed.D. at Colum- bia University. Dr. H. I. Fontellio-Nanton. A man whose interest is varied and knowledge is vast. He received his B.S. from Wesleyan Uni- versity; M.A. and Ph.D. from State Univer- sity of Iowa. Mr. Hosea J. Lofton. A believer in "The power of the press" is the Pens Staff Advisor. Received his B.S. at Savannah State College and M.A. at North Carolina College at Dur- ham. Mrs. Willie H. High, who is interested in Little Theater work, believes "The show must go on." She received her A.B. at Shaw University and M.A. from New York Uni- versity. Mrs. Julia B. Delany, who is interested in the epitome of fine speech, received her B.A. at Shaw University, her M.A. at Columbia University. Dr. H. J. Fontellio-Nanton Department of English Mrs. Willie H. High .^. Mr. Hosea J. Lofton 17 Business Department Dr. Edward R. Schaetz, a recognized scholar. He has a Ph.D. in Political Economy; University of Prague; Further Study, University of Michigan; Michigan State University. Mrs. Etta M. Eason, advisor and true friend of the Senior Class. She received her B.A. degree from North Carolina College and her M.A. degree from New York University. Mr. Fred J. Carnage, one of Raleigh's leading attorneys who has been able to devote some time to the Business Department. He received his B.A. degree at Morgan State and his LL.B. at Howard University. Mrs. Mable B. Wright is concerned with legality, balance sheets, and getting modern business ma- chines. She received her B.S.C. and her M.S.C. at North Carolina College. Department of Physical Education Mr. George L. Quiett, a graduate of St. Augustine's who has returned to be one of the leading mem- bers of the Physical Education Dept. He received his M.A. at Columbia Univ. and further study at Southern Univ. Igal E. Spraggins, one of the instructors of Sociology, who is also St. Augustine's capable Registrar. He received his B.S. at Wilberforce Univ., M.Litt. Univ. of Pittsburgh; further study at the Univ. of Pittsburgh and the Univ. of Texas. Mr. Jessie Clements, a graduate of St. Augustine's received his M.A. at the Univ. of Illinois. Mr. Clements is a vital part of the Physical Education Dept. Miss Delores L. Artis. "Rah, Rah, Rah St. Aug." Usually found jumping with the cheerleaders. She received her B.S. and M.A. at North Carolina College at Durham. s o c m I O I g y Mr. Jonathan B. Morland, a prominent member of the Sociology Dept. believes that everyone should "Take Care" received his B.A. at the Univ. of Calif., M.A. at the Univ. of Southern Calif, and did further study at Tufts Univ. Department of Modern and Foreign Language Dr. Richard L. Frautschi, who will answer "Qui" to "Parlez vous Francais" is a new instructor in the French Department. He received his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin; M.A. and Ph.D. from Howard University. Dr. Cecil L. Rew is one of the newer members of the Language Department. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, Further study University of Paris; A.M. and Ph.D. University of Illinois; Further study University of Laval, Quebec, Canada. Mrs. Margaret R. Davis. This is a person that can always be found with a gentle smile on her face. She received her B.A. at Texas Western College and her M.A. from the University of North Carolina. Department of Religious Education Mrs. Lula H. Robinson a woman who places emphasis on pronounciation and enunciation. She received her B.S. from Fort Valley State College, M.R.E. Gammon Theological Seminary, Further study, Bishop Payne Divinity School, and University of Wisconsin. Rev. Joseph N. Green, Jr. Knock and his door shall truly be opened unto you. Father Green is a St. Augustine's graduate who received his B.Th. at Phila- delphia Divinity School, Further study at the Graduate School of Theology and the University of the South. Department of Natural Science Dr. Wilbert W. Johnson, The Departmental Head of Natural Science, is a science scholar that received his B.S. at Kentucky State College; M.S. at the University of Wisconsin and did further study at the University of Wisconsin and received his Ph.D. at St. Bonaven- ture College. Dr. Jeffrey Gipson, the Department Head of Chemis- try is a Texan who is an interest stimulator that re- ceived his B.S. at Wiley College; M.S. at Howard University, and his Ph.D. at the University of Texas. Mr. Astor Herrell. An instructor in Chemistry, who received his B.A. at Berea College; M.Ed, at Tuskegee Institute. Dr. Joseph Jones, Jr. One of our most capable pro- fessors of Biology received his B.S. at Morris Brown; M.S. Northwestern University, and his Ph.D. at Ohio State University. Mr. W. B. Inborden. One of St. Augustine's Mathe- matics and Physics instructor received a B.S. in Engineering at Howard University. Mr. Charles H. McLendon the Practice Teachers best friend received his B.S. at A&T College; M.A. at Columbia University and did further study at N. Y. University. Mr. W. D. Gay can usually be found looking over his glasses saying "That's true." He received his B.A. at Talladega College; M.A. at Columbia University, Further study Columbia University, Ohio State, Chi- cago University and Western Reserve. Mrs. D. E. Ball. Known to the Elementary Education majors as "The First Lady." She received her B.S. at South Carolina State College; M.A. at Columbia University and also further study at Indiana Univer- sity. Department of Education Mathematics Dr. Prodyot K. Dutt. A nuclear Physicist from Cal- cutta, India. He received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D., at Calcutta University. Mrs. Rebecca C. Weatherford. Mathematics and Science is her field as any Science Major will tell you. She received her B.A. and M.A. at North Carolina College. 22 Dr. Prezell R. Robinson, a graduate of St. Augustine's College, has stud- ied at many leading Universities, such as Cornell University; and the University of Michigan. His interest in the furthering of the college and the maintaining of a harmonious "College Family" is exemplified through his progressive ideas and dynamic actions. His philosophy is the furthering of "academic excel- lence." Mr. J. Mills HoUoway, the Business Manager has the financial obligations of the college upon his competent shoulders. His position requires ex- tremely long hours and financial wizardry. Mr. I. E. Spraggins, the St. Augus- tine's College Registrar possesses a position that requires not only skill, competence, and alertness but a cer- tain technique that he alone posses- Office of the President Mrs. Millie Dunn Veasey, Secretary to the President. Mrs. Norma J. Grauer, Assistant Secretary. Office of the Dean Dean Reginald L. Lynch, Dean Emeritus. "The True Spirit of St. Augustine's College" has served faithfully for fifty-one years. He received his B.A. at Howard University; M.A., French Institute, Pennsylvania State University. Mrs. Willie O. Pyke, Secretary to the Dean. Mrs. Launa Jones, Faculty Secretary. 25 Business Office Mr. Theodore R. Barnes, Secretary-Assistant to the Business Manager. Mrs. Laura W. Wise, Cashier. 26 Registrar's Office Mrs. Augusta B. Turner, Public Relations Assistant. Mrs. Pandora D. Penny, Secretary. 27 Library Mrs. C. H. Winters, Assistant Librarian. Mrs. Almetta M. Revis, Library Assistant. Mrs. Ophelia M. Irving, Acting Head Librarian who received her B.A., Clark College; M.L.S., Syracuse University; Further Study Atlanta University. em SDc: F -• :i Mrs. Dorothy H. Chapman, Assistant Librarian. Department of Health Miss Delia Mae Moore, College Nurse. »_^J^^ Personnel and Guidance ;.,»*■>*«. ^\ Miss Alberta V. Hunt, the new Dean of Women who has a true interest in the student. She received her B.S. at Hampton Institute; M.A., Columbia University; Further study, Boston University, University of Cali- fornia. Mrs. Amanda F. Garris, Residence Hall Directress. Mrs. Ethel King Waller, Assistant Residence Hall Directress. NOT SHOWN: Mrs. Clara O. Mercer, Residence Hall Directress; Mrs. Maude P. Smith, Residence Hall Directress; Miss Allene Pitts, Residence Hall Direct- ress; Mrs. Willie M. Ellis, Assistant Residence Hall Directress. Mr. Wiley M. Davis, the true friend of the student. He serves as Director of Guidance and Student Person- nel. He received his B.S., St. Augustine's College; M,Ed., Springfield; Further study. University Ten- nessee. Miss Lucille M. Johnson is his Secretary. -J*; Dining Commons Mrs. Ida H. Boykins, Manager of the Grill. Mrs. June K. Campbell, Secretary-Receptionist. fA \ Mr. Johnny Alston, Manager-Chef and Mrs. Lois Cole- man Johnson, Dietician. Mrs. Katie L. Fitts, Postmistress. Department of Buildings and Grounds Mr. Bernice B. Taylor, is a devoted and faithful part of the St. Augustine's Family. Through his efforts the buildings and grounds are kept at their utmost beauty. He is a graduate of St. Augustine's College. Faculty members also perform important services outside of their aca- demic duties, such as planning conferences, sitting on endless committees, and attending formal affairs. Many of these services involve a taxing of time and energy that persons not involved cannot begin to compre- hend. English Department conducts planning committee meeting. New Faculty-Staff members. Scenes from Faculty-Staff banquet. Scenes from Faculty-Staff banquet. Scenes from Valentine's Day Party. Scenes from Valentine's Day Party. 31 SENIORS SENIOR OFFICERS Front row, right to left: Ramona Dillard, Secretary; Juanita Williams, Secretary Antionette Willie, Co-Treasurer. Back row, right to left: Eugene Nelson President; Edward Cottrell, Vice-President- Carl M. Boyd, Co-Treasurer. r» w^ Adams, Clement Vincent Biology, B.S. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Natural Science Club; Student NEA; Social Science Club. Adams, Dorothy Henderson Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Mu; Honor's Program. Adcock, Kay Haywood Elementary Education, B.A. Akins, Juanita Anette Wilson Elementary Education, B.A. Pyramid Club; Pre-Alumni Club. Alexander, Elouise Denise Elementary Education, B.A. Big Sisters Club; Charm Club; Pyramid Club; Canterbury Club; Student NEA; Young Democrats Club; Church School Teacher. Armstrong, Kenneth O'dea Physical Education, B.A. Student Council; Intramural President; Statistician for Football, Basketball and Tennis; "KLAN." 33 Attmore, Elveta Barnes Elementary Education, B.A. Dramatic Club; Pre-Alumni Club. Baldwin, Rita Edwina Elementary Education, B.A. N.A.A.C.P.; Big Sisters Club; Student N.E.A.; Altar Guild; Charm Club; Inter- Dormitory Council; Young Democrats Club. Barry, Richard Livingston Marquess Pre-Theology, English, B.A. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Inter-Greek Council; Canterbury Club; Layreader. Batts, Arthur James Social Studies, B.A. Social Science Club; N.A.A.C.P.; N.E.A. Baxter, William Physical Education, B.A. Basketball; Alpha Phi Alpha Frater- nity; Inter-Greek Council; Canterbury Club. Beckwith, Howard Lee, Jr. Who's Who; Beta Kappa Chi; Mathe- matics Club; American Radio Relay League; "WA4BCC." 34 Blake, C. Delois Physical Education, B.A. Pyramid Club; Big Sisters Club; Physi- cal Education Club; Usher Guild; Charm Club. Blakeney, Theodore William Physical Education, B.A. Inter-Greek Council; Physical Educa- tion Club; Kappa Alpha Psi, (Pole- march ) Boyd, Carl Marquess, Jr. Sociology, B.A. Senior Class Treasurer; Vice-President N.A.A.C.P.; Canterbury Club; Science Club; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Pen Staff; Yearbook Staff; "KLAN." Brooks, Frederick Thomas Biology, B.S. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; N.E.A.; Science Club. Brown, Mrs. Barbara J. Sociology, B.A. Social Science Club; N.E.A.; N.A.A.C.P.; Big Sisters Club; Altar Guild. Bryant, Janie Business Education, B.A. Big Sisters Club; Charm Club N.A.A.C.P.; Canterbury Club; N.E.A. Campus Calendar Staff; Pre-Alumni Club. 35 Burnett, Carrie Elementary Education, B.A. Big Sisters Club; Charm Club; N.A.A.C.P.; Canterbury Club; N.E.A.; Pre-Alumni Club. BuRWELL, Waymon Leon Music, B.A. College Choir. Chance, George Ray Physical Education, B.A. Student N.E.A.; Basketball; Lampodas Club. Chestnut, Barbara Gail Elementary Education, B.A. Altar Guild; Big Sisters Club; Student N.E.A.; Ivy Leaf Club; Canterbury Club; N.A.A.C.P.; Miss Sophomore; At- tendant to Miss St. Augustine's 60-61, Sweetheart of Scrollers Club. Coleman, Glady W. Biology, B.S. Science Club; Pre-Alumni Club; Pyra- mid Club. Cottrell, Edward Rias Physical Education, B.A. Co-Captain of Basketball Team ( 60-62 ) ; N.E.A.; Kappa Alpha Psi, Keeper of Records; Vice-President of Senior Class; Layreaders; "KLAN." 36 CuMBO, William Frank, Jr. Biology, B.S. Football (varsity) 1 yr.; Veterans Club; Pre-Alumni Club, Newman Club. Davis, James E. Cheviistry and Mathematics, B.S. Student Council; Beta Kappa Chi; Who's Who; Yearbook Staff, (co- editor ) ; Pen Staff, ( co-editor ) ; Honor's Program; Vice-President of Junior Class; Natural Science Club, (Pres.); Mathematics Club, (Pres.); N.A.A.C.P.; "Chemocrats." Davis, Willie Mae Business Education, B.A. Student N.E.A.; Pre-Alumni Club; Cam- pus Calendar Staff; Achronian Club; City Student; Charm Club, Big Sister Club. DiLLARD, RaMONA N. Elementary Education, B.A. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Inter- Greek Council; Secretary Big Sisters Club; Charm Club; M.E.N.C, Announ- cer; N.E.A.; Saint Augustine's Church School Teacher; Secretary, Sophomore Class; Assistant Secretary, Senior Class; Falcon Staff; Sweetheart of Omega Psi Phi, (59-60), Dean of Pledgees, Delta Sigma Theta. Donaldson, Shirley Roberta Chemistry, B.S. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Inter- Fraternal Council; Drama Guild; Stu- dent Council; Natural Science Club Chem-o-crats; Pen Staff; Falcon Staff Secretary, Junior Class; N.E.A. N.A.A.C.P.; Pre-Alumni Club; Charm Club. Ellerbe, John Curtis English, B.A. N.E.A. ; Track. 37 Gill, Dallas Lee Business Administration, B.A. N.E.A.; Pre-Alumni Club. High, Shirley History and Social Studies, B.A. N.E.A.; Social Science Club; Young Democrats Club; Canterbury Club; Pre- Alumni Club; English Club. HiLLIARD, LeTTIE Business Education, B.A. Student Council; Student N.E.A.; Big Sisters Club; Charm Club; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, (President), Inter-Greek Organization; Miss Phi Beta Sigma, (1961-62); N.A.A.C.P.; Campus Calen- dar Staff; Canterbury Club; Pre-Alumni Club. Hunter, Evangeline Alice Business Education, B.A. Charm Club; Delta Sigma Theta Soror- ity; Freshman Attendant to Miss Saint Augustine's; Editor of Campus Calen- dar, (60-61). Hunter, Hermena Elizabeth Edwards Elementary Education, B.A. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Pre- Alumni Club; N.E.A. ; Charm Club; N.A.A.C.P.; Big Sisters Club. Izzard, Delores Barbara Business Education, B.A. Big Sisters Club; Charm Club; Art Club; Canterbury Club; Newman Club; Campus Calendar; N.E.A.; Inter-Dormi- tory Council; Young Democrats Club; Intramural Sports. 38 Jeffries, Betty Morris Business Education, B.A. Dramatics Club; N.E.A.; Charm Club; Miss U.N.C.F. 58-59; Pre-Alumni Club; Secretary, N.A.A.C.P.; Miss Junior Class; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Grammateus; Big Sisters Club; Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart; Miss Saint Augustine's College. Jetton, Leonard Harrison Biology, B.S. College Choir; Natural Science Club; Canterbury Club; Kappa Alpha Psi; Pen Staff; Yearbook Staff; Pan-Hellenic Council, President; Tennis; "KLAN." Jones, Macon Murray, Jr. Sociology, B.A. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Pen Staff; Yearbook Staff; "KLAN." Kirk, Vera M. Elementary Education, B.A. Young Democratic Club; Big Sisters Club; N.E.A,; Altar Guild; Usher Guild; Charm Club; N.A.A.C.P.; Canterbury Club; Art Club. Langley, Ozell Biology, B.S. Canterbury Club; Science Club; Math. Club. Lee, Theodore Robert History, B.A. 39 Makel, Mary Alice Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Dean of Pledgees; Canterbury Club; Altar Guild; Ushers Guild; Inter-Dormitory Council; Big Sisters Club; Charm Club; Sunday School Teacher; Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi; Student Council; Inter-Greek Council; Spinx Queen; At- tendant to Miss Senior Class. McCuLLOUGH, Jean Mary Sociology, B.A. Social Science Club, N.A.A.C.P.; Ushers Guild; Big Sisters Club; N.E.A. Merrick, Miriam Juliette Biology, B.S. Ivy Leaf Club; Library Assistant Charm Club; Altar Guild; Science Club Mathematics Club; Canterbury Club Young Democratic Club; N.E.A. ; Pre Alumni Club; M.E.N.C. Miles, Hal Vester Physical Education, B.A. Moss, Henry Edward Creft Biology, B.S. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; "KLAN"; Chem-o-crats; Science Club; Treasurer, Freshman Class; Inter-Greek Council; Dormitory Council; N.A.A.C.P. Nelson, Eugene Business Administration, B.A. Dormitory Council, Treasurer; Co-Edi- tor of Pen; Co-Editor of Yearbook; President of the Senior Class; "KLAN." 40 Overton, Paul Physical Education, B.A. Veteran Club. Par«am, Jeannette Venessa Physical Education, B.A. N.E.A. Patterson, Lucy Blondel Biology B.S. Dramatic Club; Science Club; Pre- Alumni Club; Delta Sigma Theta Soror- ity; Charm Club; N.A.A.C.P.; Big Sister Club; Attendant to Miss Freshman. Perry, Maxine Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; Natural Science Club; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Anti Basileus; National Education As- sociation; Beta Kappa Chi Science Honor Society; French Club; Honor's Program. ^? Peterson, Sylvester Physical Education, B.A. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity ;N.A.A.C.P., President; Yearbook Staff. Poole, Mary Ella English — French B.A. N.E.A. ; Charm Club; Achronian Club; N.A.A.C.P.; President of Senior Dormi- tory; Big Sister Club. 41 Pridgen, Clarice Business Education, B.A. N.E.A.; N.A.A.C.P.; Fre-Alumni Club; Miss Fre-Alumni, '60-'61; Ivy Leaf Club: Charm Club; Campus Calendar; Canterbury Club; Big Sisters Club. Reid, Mrs. Doris Elementary Education, B.A. Fre-Alumni Club, Secretary; Student N.E.A. RiDDicK, Mamie Carolyn Elementary Education, B.A. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Choir; Omega Fsi Phi Fraternity Sweetheart; Charm Club; Assistant Secretary, Jun- ior Class; Attendant to Miss May Queen; N.E.A. Roberts, Andrew Lee Biology, B.S. Natural Science Club; Sphinx Club; Veterans Club. Rogers, Doris Jean Business Education, B.A. Charm Club; Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror- ity; Campus Calendar; N.E.A. RoLLE, Virla Cynthia Elementary Education, B.A. Canterbury Club; Big Sisters Club; Who's Who: Ivy Leaf Club; Young Democrats Club; Charm Club. 42 Sanders, Mae Rene Elementary Education, B.A. Art Club; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Pre-Alumni Club. Stewart, Elijah Elmo, Jr. Sociology, B.A. President, Student Council; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Social Science Club; N.E.A.; Football. Thompson, Claudia Arthur Lee Physical Education, B.A. Charm Club; Cheerleader; Big Sisters Club; Canterbury Club; N.A.A.C.P.; N.E.A.; Inter-Dormitory Council. Thorpe, Alfonza Louis Business Administration, B.A. Wallace, Frederick Pre-Theology-English, B.A. Canterbury Club, President; Social Sci- ence Club, President; Collegiate Council of the United Nations; Choir; Lay read- ers; Dramatics Club; Pen Staff; Young Democrats Club; Advisory Committee to the Student Council; Senior Class, Chaplain. Wheeler, Edith Mae Elementary Education, B.A. Canterbury Club; Big Sisters Club; Charm Club; Altar Guild; Church School Teacher. 43 Whittaker, Elizabeth Chemistry, B.S. President, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Secretary, Student Council; President, Natural Science Club; Mathematics Club; Pen Staff; Charm Club; Big Sis- ters Club; N.A.A.C.P.; Inter-Greek Council; Falcon Staff; Chem-o-crats. Williams, Amy Gertrude Physical Education, B.A. Big Sisters Club; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Charm Club; N.E.A.; Attend- ant to Miss Junior Ushers Guild. Williams, Benjamin Ceaser Physical Education, B.A. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Art Club; N.E.A. , Track Team. Williams, Bertadean Elementary Education, B.A. Secretary, Art Club; Charm; N.E.A.; Pre- Alumni Club; Sphinx Sweetheart; Dramatics Club; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Williams, Mrs. Juanita Marshall English-French, B.A. Charm Club, Assistant Secretary, '59- '60; Attendant to Miss May Queen, '59-'60; Canterbury Club; N.A.A.C.P.; Big Sisters Club; Inter - Dormitory Council; Pre-Alumni Club; Falcon, Typist; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Secretary; Miss Senior Class; N.E.A.; Senior Class, Secretary; Dramatics Club. Willie, Marie Antionette Music Education, B.A. President, Big Sisters Club; President, College Choir; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; M.E.N.C; Charm Club; At- tendant to Miss Senior Class; Assistant Treasurer, Senior Class. Sirt^r Hate Ehun ^tutt Editov's IVofS' The following pages of Seniors are not in their proper sequence. Like most of us, they were guilty of procrastination. 45 Allen, Bernard History, B.A. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Brodie, Robert Biology, B.S. Veteran's Club, Natural Science Club. Brown, Melvin Sociology and History, B.A. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Layreader; "The KLAN." Connor, Webster Physical Education, B.A. Football Team; Tennis Team. Felder, Robert Physical Education, B.A. Football Team; Tennis Team; Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Glover, Alfred Physical Education, B.A. Basketball Team (Captain for 3 years). 46 Green, George Physical Education, B.A. Haywood, Charles A. Chemistry, B.S. Alpha Kappa Mu; Beta Kappa Chi; Who's Who; Mathematics Club, Science Club, Alpha Phi Alpha; Chem-o-crats; Vice-President Student Council 1961, Member at Large 1960. Jones, Lemuel Physical Education, B.A. Hallingsworth, Carl Physical Education, B.A. Jackson, Ella Elementary Education, B.A. N.E.A. Lassiter, Isaac Physical Education, B.A. Football Team; Track Team. 47 ';f^ / M^m*: w. j&b - n'n*»ii I rjk, I I Madison, Louis E. Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; Science Club; Who's Who; Beta Kappa Chi. Martin, Raymond Physical Education, B.A. Football Team; Omega Psi Phi. Murray, Frank English, B.A. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Neely, Elma Mathematics, B.S. Alpha Kappa Alpha; Big Sisters Club, Sunday School Teacher; Mathematics Club; Beta Kappa Chi Science Honor Society. Saunders, John Wesley SociaJ Studies, B.A. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Pen Staff; Social Science Club; Veteran's Club. Saunders, Williams Biology, B.S. Science Club. 48 V Shirley, Maurice Sociology, B.A. Kappa Alpha Psi; Layreader. Smith, Robert Business Administration, B.A. Sparks, Audrey Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Kappa Alpha; Big Sisters Club; N.E.A. Weatherford, Alex Biology, B.S. Science Club; Mathematics Club. Williams, Reba Biology, B.S. Science Club. Williams, Levern Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; N.E.A. 49 * * * * ir * Lilly, Helen Biology, B.S. Beta Kappa Chi; Who's Who; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Member-at- Large to Student Council; Science Club. i^ (We goofed: Miss Lilly's picture should have been o-n page 41.) Seniors Not Pictured * Bobby Conrad James Pinckney Elementary Education Business Administration Vernetta Harris Alfred Ricks Elementary Education Business Administration Annette Hogan Carl Sanders Sociology Mathematics, B.S. Harry Leazer Frederick Stallings Physical Education Elementary Education Frederick McCante Sara Weaver Sociology Elementary Education Cynthia Wilson Business Education ^ ^ 50 JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Sam Johnson, Parliamentarian; Morris Smith, Vice-President; Maybelle Bryant, Secretary; Richard Dent, Presi- dent; Leo Williams, Business Manager. 51 Anderson, Barbara Bain, Rosemarie A. BelcheRj Louis Bennett, Jessie Mae BOLLING, SpOTTSWOOD Bonds, Carolyn Anne Bonds, Christine Deanna JUNIORS Brown, Glenn Bryant, Maybelle Bryant, Jacqulin Carr, Frances 52 Chavis, Annie CooLEY, Dora Yuette Connors, William, Jr. DuNSTON, Raymond Edwards, Peggy Ellis, Cleo Virginia Davis, Elaine Janice Davis, Joyce Ann Dent, Richard A. Doyle, Sam Arrington JUNIORS DiLLARD, Carol M^ ^^M 53 Greene, Alma GuioN, William Hardy, Mary Lou Heartly, Geraldine Hicks, Barbara HiGGS, Angie 54 Hodge, Mary J. Howard, Benjamin Jackson, Gloria James, Margaret James, Thomas Jefferies, Barbara JUNIORS Jones, Robert Lassiter, Shirley Lindsey, Henry Love, Sherry 55 Lyon, Bessie Macadoo, Aretha Mayo, Charles Mills, Anita Moorman, Martha Moore, Harriet ^^M Morgan, Barbara JUNIORS MUSGRAVES, PrETTLO Newkirk, Evelyn Nichols, Cynthia OsBURN, Mildred Quick, Elvera Roberts, Elizabeth RoLLE, Samuel Simmons, Hattie Smith, Morris Spease, Willette RoYALL, Betty Sampson, Gwendolyn Sanders, Carolyn Sanders, Shirley JUNIORS 57 „ lif.