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1970 FALCON 

SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 
(EPISCOPAL) 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

PETER M. ADAMS AND JAMES E. BURT 

CO-EDITOR 

MARGUERITE LYNK 
BUSINESS MANAGER 




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In Fond Appreciation Of 

The Reverend Clyde E. Beatty 



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There is always a person who has the character that appeals to all 
students^Father Beatty is one such man with forte divided among many 
talents. H,s spirit and force embrace a heart so big that it can harbor the 
problems of bewildered freshmen, struggling sophomores, confident 
juniors, or mature seniors. 

In profound gratitude for his service as a spiritual leader, instructor and 
friend we are honored to dedicate the 1970 Falcon to the Reverend 
Clyde E. Beatty. 



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Dedication 

Table of Contents 4 

Introduction 5 

Senior Section 18 

Sport Section 44 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

2 Queens Section 64 

Underclassmen 84 

Activities 127 

Faculty 144 

Organizations 156 



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As undergraduate students, we realize and seek to acquire 
certain criteria; certain capabilities. We strive to discover 
ourselves; to be exposed to different philosophies and to react 
to them. We feel a need to be both a functional part and a 

fashioning force in society a craving for knowledge of 

what and how to harness available means towards constructive 
and progressive ends. "The World is our campus," and we need 
certain essentials to function satisfactorily in it. We need 
"Power"; the powers of: Suggestion and Demonstration, Bal- 
ance and Coordination, Concentrated Study and Knowledge, 
Organized, United Effort, Mechanical Propulsive Power, and 
Creative Power. 






Wherever I found a living creature, there I found the 
will to power. 

Nietzsche 




Balance & Co-Ordination 




Every man feels instinctively that all the 
beautiful sentiments in the world weigh less 
than a single lovely action. 

Lowell 




Concentrated Study & Knowledge 



Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a 
subject ourselves, or we know where we can 
find information upon it. 

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Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren 
to dwell together in unity. 

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A tool is but the extension of a man's hand, and a machine is 
but a complex tool. And he that invents a machine augments 
the power of a man and the well-being of mankind. 

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Imagination disposes of everything; it creates beauty, 
justice, and happiness, which is everything in this world. 



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Seniors 



And this our most memorable year — our last, the 
culmination of four years of intellectual pursuit is 
at an end. 

We have survived the turmoil of the years; behind 
us lie the joys, the lingering sorrows and bitter 
sweetness of our lives within the walls of this our 
beloved "St. Aug". It has been difficult but we 
have learned. 



Socializing influences and the demands of critical 
and analytical thinking have had very stimulative 
and positive effects on our minds, triggering a surge 
of energy and power of mind that we itch to 
unleash in the awaiting world; for we know that we 
will set an example for posterity. 




Adams, E. Maria 

English 
Henderson. N. C. 




Adams, Peter M. 
Mathematics 
West Indies 





Ames, Carolyn M. 

Mathematics 
Virginia Beach, Va. 







Ballard, Hercule 

Business Administration 

Washington, D. C. 




Banes, Lelia M. 

Business Administration 

Miami, Florida 



Baham, Jocelyn A. 

Biology 
Wilmington, N. C. 




Beatty. Christine E. 

Business Administration 

Council. N. C. 



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Berry, Barbara A. 

French 

Trenton. N. C. 




Bland. Rose C. 

Physical Education 

Petersburg, Va. 




Bond. Viola B. 

Physical Education 

Windsor. N. C. 



Bomar. Sharon Y 
Sociology 
Plaint ield. N. J. 



Birdsall. Barbara 

Elementary Education 

Raleigh. N. C. 




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Brinson, Betty 
Social Welfare 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Brooks, Albert N, Jr. 

Business Administration 

Charleston, S. C. 




Bruton, Myra 

Secretarial Science 

Miami, Florida 



Brown, Margaret 

Business Education 

Inman, N. C. 





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History 
Jenkinsville, S. C. 



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Collier, Richard E. 

Business Administration 

Chicago, Illinois 



Crandell, Mary 
Mathematics 
Robertsonville, N. C. 




Canady, Edna M. 
French Kinston, N. C. 




Crudup, Ronald 
Business Adm. 
Chesapeake, Virginia 





Cuffee, Lionel A. 
Pre-Med. 

Chesapeake, Virginia 




Davis, Carolyn 
Physical Ed. 
Detroit, Michigan 




Debnam, Shirley A. 
Physical Education 
Wake Forest, N.C. 



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Egerton, Sarah L 
English 
Warreiiton, N. C. 



Uobsoii, Eugene 
Business Adm. 
Magnolia, N. C. 





Dunn, Mazie B. 
Elementary Educ. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Fisher, Carolyn L. 


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Sociology 
Raleigh, N. C. 





Foster, Carolyn A. 
Elementary Education 
Startex, N. C. 




Foster, Patricia 
English 
Greer, S. C. 



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Fowler. Joyce A. 
Elementary Education 
Taylors, S. C. 




Gilmore, Raymond 
Sociology 
Plainfield, N. J. 



Goffigan, Lydia J. 
Pre-Medicine 
Virginia Beach, Va. 





Goza, Cynthia B. 
Social Studies 
Raleigh, N. C. 




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Green, Ann 
Elementary Ed. 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Green, Reginald 
Mathematics 
Charleston, S. C. 



Green, Rose M 
Business Adm. 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Harris, Ella 
Sociology 
Pantego, N. C. 






Haskins, S. Elaine 
Sociology 
Norfolk, Virginia 




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Sociology 
Bronx, N.Y. 



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Heme. Deborah L. 
Social Welfare 
Charleston, S. C. 




Houston, Andrew T. 
Busmess Adm. 
Jersey City, N.J. 




Holmes. Carolyn J. 
Social Welfare 
Charleston. S. C. 




Huggins, Jacqueline A. 
Sociology 
Charleston, S. C. 



Harden, Danette 
English 
Savannah, Georgia 




Jackson, Josephine 
Business Adm. 
Meridian. Georgia 




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Currie, Larry D. 

Sociology 
Whiteville, N. C. 




Johnson. Jerome C. 
Mathematics 
Raleigh, N. C. 




James, Larry D. 

Social Studies 

Wilmington, N. C. 




Jones, Bettie M. 

Business Administration 

Gamer, N. C. 




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Jones, George A. 

History 

Raleioh.N.C. 




Jones, Mildred D. 
Business Admin. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



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Jones, Morris K. 
Sociology 
Raleigh, N. C. 




Jordan, Brenda 
Elementary Ed. 
Raleigh, N. C. 




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Joshua, Victor E. 

History 
Cleveland, Ohio 




Joyner, Celestine 
Sociology 
Norwalk, Conn. 




Johnson, Clifford 
Physical Education 
Wilson, N. C. 



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Kent, Doria J. 
Business Ed. 
Wilson, N.C. 




Knight, Mary R. 
Business Adm. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 





Lassiter, Margaret 
Elementary Ed. 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Leach, Ernestine 
Sociology 
Garner, N. C. 



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Lesesne, Gwendolyn 

Math 

St. Albans, N.Y. 



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Long, Phyllis 
Elementary Ed. 
Washington, D. C. 



Lovick, Geraldine 

Sociology 

Kinston,N.C. 




Lucas, Hermina 
History 
Charleston, S. C. 





Lymon. Cynthia 
Social Welfare 
Charleston, S. C. 




Martin, Herbert 
History 
Latta, S. C. 



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Mask, Nathaniel E. 
Physical Ed. 
Philadelphia, Penn. 





McCloud, Richard 
History 
Wilmington, N. C. 



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McEwen, Edward 
History 
Princeton, N. J 



McDowell, Harry 

Sociology 

Orruni, North Carolina 




Mitchell, Lillian 

History 

Virginia Beach, Va, 





Moody, Lucy P. 
Elementary Ed. 
Roanoke Rapid, 
N C. 




Merriweatlier, 
Johnnie Mae 
Elementary Education 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Miller, Mack T. 
Physical Education 
Macon, Georgia 



Moore, Rosemary 

History 

Tuskeegee Institute, 

Alabama 





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Morgan, Ann S. 
Elementary Education 
South Boston, Va. 




Morgan, Geraldine 
Elementary Ed. 



Moring, Barbara Jo 
Social Studies 
Raleigh, N. C. 





Mosley, Brenda 
Sociology 
LaGrange, N. C. 




Mosley, Roosevelt M. 

History 
Virginia Beach, Va. 




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McFayden, Josephine 
Business Admin. 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Muqjhy, Arden 

Music 

Bronx, New York 



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Neely, Beverly 

English 

West Hollywood, Florida 




Nelson, Carol Ann 

Sociology 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 





Noble, George 
Physical Ed. 
Darien. Ga. 



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Nimmons, Shirley W. 
Sociology' 
LaGrange, N. C. 




Perkins, Carolyn F. 
Business Admin. 
Vanceboro, N. C. 



Otey, Carol Ann 
Sociology 
Washington, D. C. 





Perry, Claudia 
Business Ed. 
Ahoskie, N. C. 




Parker, Sylvia 
Business Education 
Cedar Grove, N. C. 




Pittman, Thurnian A. 

Elementary Education 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 




Pierce, Edmond M. 

Business Administration 

Windsor, N. C. 



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Powell. Carla 
Biology 
Akron, Oliio 




Royster, Vernon L. 
Chemistry 
Hampton, Virginia 



Poole, Donald J. 
Physical Education 
Raleigh. N. C. 




Reddiek. Judy E. 
Elementary Education 
Rockingham. N. C. 





Pompey. Jannelle H. 
Business Administration 
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 



Powell, Pamela 
Elem. Ed. 
Akron, Ohio 



Richardson, Jeanette 
Business Administration 
Wilmington, North Carolina 




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Ryals, Antoniette 
Business Education 
Darien, Georgia 




Scott, Peggy L. 
Physical Education 
Newport News, Va. 




Scott, Michael 
Business Administration 
Poison, Pennsylvania 




Shannon, Gloria 

French 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 



Simmons, Daniel 

Business Administration 

Frogmore, S. C. 



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Sims, Nora 
Business Ed. 
Fort Pierce, Fl;i 




Skinner, Febbie J. 
Business Admin. 
Chesapeake, Va. 




Smith, Lonice R. 
Business Ed. 
Elizabethtown, N. C. 



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Smith, Ophelia 
Business Education 
Townsend, Georgia 



Smith, Penieli G. 
Business Education 
South Hill, Virginia 



Smith, Percy 
Music 
Raleigh, N. C. 





Spain, Carolyn W. 
Elementary Ed. 
Weldon, N. C. 





Speller, Vernestine 
Chemistry 
Windsor, N. C. 




Stallings. Hilliard 
Business Admin. 
Jersey City, N. J. 



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Stephenson, Shirley 
Elementary Education 
Garysburg, N. C. 



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Stewart, Patricia 
Elementary Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 



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Suggs, Marsha 
Elementary Ed. 
LaGrange, N.C. 




Sweat, James 
Business Admin. 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 



Sydnor, Stephen 
History 
Arlington, Va. 





Taylor, Rudolph 
Psychology 
Hampton, Virginia 




Thomas, Robbie J. 
Business Education 
LaCrosse, Virginia 




Upchurch, Clariton 
Business Admin. 
Raleigh, N.C. 



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Walker, Celestine D. 
Mathematics 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Warner, Howard C. 
Sociology 
Perry, Florida 




Watson. Betsy J. 
Business Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Whitaker, Anna M. 
Business Education 
Enfield, N.C. 




Whitley, Gerald 
Elementary Education 
Goldsboro, N.C. 



Williams, Dell 

Pre-Med. 

New York, N.Y. 



Williams, Glenwood 
Sociology 
Wilson. N.C. 








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Wilson, Isaiah 
Social Studies 
Windsor, N.C. 




Williams, Inez 
Elementary Ed 
Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania 




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Winn, Richard 
Elementary Ed. 
Brooi^lyn.N. Y. 





Wood, Joan L. 
Sociology 
Norfolk, Virginia 




Wright, Gwendolyn 
Sociology 
Bridgeton.N. J. 



Yates, Dorothy 
English 
Gamer, N, C. 




Young, Zelma 
Elementary Ed. 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Hewett, Barbara 
Elem. Ed. 
Supply, N.C. 




Cannon, Guesner 
Physical Education 
Aiken. S. C. 




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Jessie Clements, Director of Athletics and head coach, came to Saint Augustine's College from Reid 
High School in Belmont, North Carolina, where for many years he has produced successful teams in 
basketball. He served as an assistant coach at Saint Augustine's College for three years before he was 
appointed as head coach of the Saint Augustine's Falcons. 

A native of Champaign, Illinois, Coach Clements received his B.S. degree from Saint Augustine's in 
1952. He participated in both basketball and football, and was selected "All C.I.A.A." in 1950. He 
holds a masters degree from the University of Illinois. 

In nine years, he has taken the Falcons to the C.I.A.A. Tournament with the 1960 team being the 
most successful one. In October, 1966 Clements was elected to the Illinois Hall of Fame, and received a 
plaque and other honors. He is a credit to the entire school system. 



Athletic Director 



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Edward Lane - Sophomore 
Guard from New York City 



Michael Scott - Senior Forward 
from Philadelphia, Penn. 



Leo Mackie - Senior Guard 
from Columbia, South Carolina 




Reginald Spencer - Junior 
Forward from Charlotte, N. C 



Peter Dickens — Senior Center 
from Conetoe, N. C. 

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Calvin Dobbins - Freshman 
Guard from Martinsville, 
Virginia 



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The Falcons socks it to the Shaw Bears 80-77 




Saint Augustine's Falcons biggest and important win of the season came here Saturday in the Uorton Arena when the 
Falcons beat the Shaw Bears 80-77. This was by far the most thrilling and exciting game witnessed by the Falcon Fans and also 
the Shaw Bears (smile). Peter Dickens (42) scored 15 points and nine rebounds helped to spark this victorious win. 



Curtis Pritchett, a 6 "5" sophomore for- 
ward from Blackstone. Virginia missed a 
lot of action last season because of a 
knee injury. But his knee is strong now 
and he should be a strong contender for 
ALL-CIAA. Pritchett is No. 34. 



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LECONTE STOVER — A 6"5"" junior forward from Durham is one of tlie better shooters on the team. He has been working 
hard on his defensive game which should strenghten our defense overall. 




William Fleming's aspiration for two points is halted by ALL-CIAA champ Gail (13) 



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The Falcons never quits; always fighting. 



Leo shoots two for the "Aug". 





Leo Mackie, the field general of the team, scores two points on a steal from St. Paul. 



William Fleming, a 6"5" forward from 
sophomore is the most improved 
player from last season scores two 
points against St. Paul. 




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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT; Lester Owens. Michael Nduksa, Edward B. Asare, Samuel B. Asare. SECOND LINE - Chester Newsome, Lawerence 
"Goose" Brown, Carver "Sweetness" Durham, William B. "Thang" Fain, .Ir., Mack Miller. THIRD LINE - E. K. Curry (coach), Danny "Sugar- 
coated" Brown, Otto "Toe" Floyd, Edy "Papa Doc" Gauvin. 



Mr. Earle K. Curry is a native of Stuart, Florida and is a 
graduate of Plaine College, where he received his Bachelor of 
Science degree. He did his graduate study at North Carolina 
Central University in Durham. North Carolina receiving his 
Masters of Science. Mr. Curry is the coach of the soccer 
team, track team, and golf team. 



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members of the soccer 
team are Michael Nduksa, 
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some of the members of the soccer team. 



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STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Kenneth Pressely. Harold Rodgers, Charles Craig, Claude Scott, Howard Tuomers, and Michael Williams. 
, KNEELING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Yale Lewis. Kenneth Kilson, Cliff Lowery, Kenneth Goodson, and Floyd Knox. 



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Saiiit Augustine's College Fencing Team was established 
by two students, James P. Williams and Harold P. Rodgers. 
James is gone, and tlie responsibility of coaching is on 
Harolds shoulders. The team is nationally ranked. The trio 
of James Williams, Harold Rodgers and Claude Scott have 
placed this team among the top schools in the country. 
Harold feels that the team has the best personnel in the 
state. The foil team is strong with such stars as Michael 
William, Howard Toomers, and Harold Rodgers. There are a 
few new freshmen who have been doing an excellent job 
such as William Kilson and Floyd Knox. Claude Scott is 
perhaps one of the best fencers of all time. He has been the 
North Carolina State Epee champ for tliree years. In addi- 
tion to Harold's fencing, he is also an excellent basketball 
player and a chess champ. 




Sports Head Trainer 




Sammie Burley, Head Trainer, came to Saint 
Augustine's College from Mays High School in 
Miami, Florida, where he acquired the skills that 
helped him perform successfully as trainer for 
the past two years. A native of Miami, Florida, 
Trainer Burley received written certification from 
Cramer of Gardner, Kansas. His primary aims are 
the incorporation of preventive measures de- 
signed to reduce the occurrence of avoidable in- 
juries, and to upgrade the role of the trainer, a 
position he so dynamically fills. 




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FROM LKFT TO RIGHT: Coach Curry. Henry Debnam, Oliver Dunston. Alfred Lucas, Edward William, Kenneth Hall, Mack Miller, Carl 
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STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: James Robinson, William Newkirk, Nathan Alford, Vance Reed, Jerome Johnson, Donald Poole, John 
Johnson, Carver Durham, Richard White, Eddie Turner. SITTING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Alphonza Jones, Frederick McKinnon, William Poole, 
Reginald Currie, Kenneth Crosby, Leo Mackie, James Levister, and Carl Frederick. 



Frederick D. Ponder a native of Bartles Ville, Oklahoma 
is the coach of the baseball team. He is a graduate of North 
Carolina Central University where he received a Bachelor of 
Science degree. Mr. Ponder came to "St. Aug." in 1965 as a 
physical education instructor, he also coaches the tennis 
team. 



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FROM LtFT TO RIGHT: Rose Bland. Joyce Barnes, Febbie Skinner, 
Senya Small. Sharon Bomar. Barbara Harris. Maria Adams, Carol Sim- 
mons. Cynthia Murphy. Joann Johnson. Rosa Gary, Hermina Lucas, 
Phyihs Long, Gloria Maccer. 




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SLMOR CHEERLEADERS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharon Bomar from Plainfield, New Jersey, Hermina Lucas from 
Charleston, South Carolina, Maria Adams from Henderson, North Carolina, sitting is Rose Bland from Petersburg, Virginia 



Drill Team 




FIRST ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Chiquita Allen, Therisa, Vivian Anderson, Alice Graves, Sarah Harris. SECOND ROW FROM LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Shirley, Brenda Marrow, Shirley Debnam, Rosena Breeden, Lorice Lanier. THIRD ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Sylvia Barry, Vivian 
Little, LeVerne Beckle, Evette Brown. FOURTH ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Sarah Ivory, Doris Hilliard, Winnifred Robinson. 



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Queens 



The arresting countenance, the warm smile 

The stalwart of many a man 

A cherished companion from the beginning of time 

Regard her eyes, her lips, her tread - radiant, poised 
and elegant 

She is a warm magnanimous specialty. 

That touch of femininity and deliglitfulness exudes 
with such profusion 

- A generator transmitting a billion watts of power 

The loveliness, grace and vibrant personality of the 
woman invoke adjectives such as impelling, arresting 
magnetic and suggestive. Words that simulate the tru^e 
effect of a charm and appeal that is onlv native to a 
queen. - A delightful tingle to our fancy. 
P. Adams - (Author) 




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Miss Yearbook 



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Miss May Queen 
Janelle Pompey 





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Miss Senior 
Beverly Neely 




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Miss Veteran 
Mary Mayo 





Miss Band 
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Miss Choir 
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Miss Junior 



Willie Mae Henry 



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Miss Sophomore 
Kitty Stewart 




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Miss Alpha 

Phi Omega 

Stella Latta 








Miss Groove 
Phi Groove 
Rosemary Moore 



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Miss NEA 
Patricia Steward 




Miss Phi Beta Lambda 
Leiia Banes 



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Miss Freshman 
Betty Gross 




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Sweetheart of Phi Beta Sigma 
Debra Peebles 



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Miss History 

Club 
Rosemary 
Moore 



Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 
Gwen Shelly 





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Underclassmen 



"The Way The Twig Is Bent The 
Tree is Inclined." 

And these early years find us still in a very 
fashionable or mouldable state of being. An alert 
mind, a differentiating brain and an open heart will 
filter quality nourishment to the soul. These years of 
hopes, endeavors and frustrations are but our foot- 
stools toward the tangible and personal aspirations of 
the future. We take this business of "prospecting" 
seriously. 

P. ADAMS 



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Arrington, Catlilyii "73 
Rocky Mount. N. C. 



Alexander. Roger L. "73 
Oak City, N.C. 

Allen, Caren P. "72 
New York, New York 

Allen, Chiquita "73 
Washington, D. C. 



Allen, Joetta '73 
Eden, N. C. 

Alston. Jerry '71 
Louisburg, N. C. 

Alston, Novella "71 
Louisburg, N. C. 




Anthony, Dridre '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Asare, Samuel B. "73 
Kumari, Gliana 

Askiiis, Toiiey '72 
Jamaica. New York 

Atkinson, Iris "73 
New York. N.Y. 




Austin, Harriet "73 
Bioomfield.N, J. 

Avent, Eddie L. '71 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

Baekman, Theresa "72 
Charleston, S. C. 





Bailey, LiilieM. "73 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Baker. Bruce '73 
Wadley, Georgia 

Baker. John "72 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 





Bandy, Bessie L. '71 
Nashville. N. C. 

Baptist. Debroah K. "73 
Baltimore. Md. 

Barbour. Effie '71 
Clayton, N. C. 



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Barbour, Loretta '73 
South Boston, Va. 

Barfield. Anne R. 73 
Hookerton, N. C. 

Barliam, Theresa '72 
Raleigh, N. C. 




Barnes, Joyce A. '73 
Greenville, N. C. 

Barnett, Patricia '72 
Camden, N.J. 

Barton, D. '73 



Battle, Doris '71 
Whitakers, N.C. 

Battle ll.VVm. D. "73 
St. Augustine. Fla. 

Batts, Constance '71 
Jamaica, N. Y. 




Baylor, Sharen '73 
Phila., Pa. 

Beard, Edna '72 
Phila, Pa. 

Beasley, Harvey L. '73 
Ahoskie. N. C. 




Black. Rosalyn P. "73 
Youngsville, N. C. 



Black, Sandra "72 
Robersonville, N. C. 

Blakeney. Donald C. "71 
Washington, D. C. 



Blocker, Gwendolyn J. '71 
Washington, D. C. 



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Raper.N.C. 



Blue, Rosalyn '72 
Miami, Fla. 



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Enfield, N.C, 

Bomar, Donna P. '73 
Plainfield, N.J. 

Boston, Eward '73 
Robertsonville, N. C. 




Bowe, Linda '72 
Hollywood, Fla, 

Boyce. Johnnie '72 
Rich Square. N. C. 

Boyd, Louretta E. '73 
Plainview, Va. 





Boyer, Ester A. "72 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Branch, Bettie J, '73 
Wake Forest, N. C. 
Branch II, VVilford '71 

Newark, N. J. 



90 






Bniyboy, Diana "73 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Broadnax, Alma L. "71 
Madison, N. C. 

Brown, Douglas "71 
Roseland, Va. 




Brown, Evelyn E. "73 
Charleston, S. C. 

Brown, Marvin A. "73 
Jamaica, N. Y. 

Brown, Patricia "72 
Petersburg, Va. 




Brown. Mary '72 
Hemingway, S. C. 

Brown, Shirley "72 
New Bern.N.C. 

Bryant. Mildred J. "71 
Rich Square, N. C. 




Bullock, Sheila A. "73 
Durham, N, C. 

Bunn, Laura J. "73 

Enfield, N.C. 

Bryant, Delores '71 
John's Island, S. C. 



91 



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Burden. Elizabeth '72 
Charleston, S. C. 

Burley, Sanimie '71 
Miami. Fla. 

Buriietle. Dennis "71 
Mebane. N. C. 




Burney, Delphia '73 
Clarkton. N. C. 

Burns, Hattie 73 
Tryon, N.C. 

Burwell, Grace '71 
Henderson, N. C. 




Byrd, Delia '71 
ciayton, N. C. 

Cage, Mary E. '73 
Raeford. N.C. 

Cain, Wilbert '72 
Maxton, N.C. 





Campbell, Elbert '73 
Raeford, N. C. 

Campbell. Thurman '71 
Red Springs, N. C. 

Canady, Christopher '73 
Kinston, N. C. 



92 





Cannon, Linda A. "73 
Darlington, S. C. 

Carballo, Angela '72 
Norfolk, Va. 

Carr, Beatrice Y. "72 
Bridgeport, Conn. 







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Carrington, Leon "73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Carrol, Cynthia '73 
Roseboro, N. C. 

Cash, Catherine "73 
Oxford, N.C. 





Cash, Clarence J. 
Brunswick, Ga. 



'71 



Caviness, Claudette '71 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Chambers, Mainie L. "71 
Winston Salem, N. C. 



93 





Chapman, Nellie "71 
Ayden.N.C. 

Chester, Carolyn '71 
Miami, Fla. 

Chrisp, Hattie "72 
Henderson, N. C. 





Clark. Chester "73 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Chanton, Alvin "73 
Garysburg, N. C. 

Clark, Troy "72 
Kinston, N. C. 





Clarke, 111. Elisha '73 
Opa-Locka. Fla. 

Clarke, Mare J. "73 
Clayton, N.C. 

Clarke, Sheila C. "71 
Opa-Locka, Fla. 




Clayton, Ucnise "73 
Boston, Mass. 



Cobb. Angelyn "72 
New Bern. N. C. 




94 




Cobb, Louise '71 
Washington, N. C. 

Collier, Margaret '71 
Greenville, N. C. 

Cooke, Carolyn '71 
Staunton, Va. 





Counts, Charles "72 
Rah way, N.J. 

Co.\, Linda '71 
Roper, N. C. 

Co.\, Samuel '73 
Roper, N. C. 





Co.\, Tommy "72 
Roper, N. C. 

Crandell, Jr.. James '72 
Greenville, N. C. 

Crawford, Deborah '71 
Asheville,N. C. 




^^ Credle, Beatrice J. '72 
Bayboro, N. C. 



Creecy, Ella '73 
Rich Square, N. C. 

Ciu'rie, Carolyn '72 
Mebane, N. C. 



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Currie, Reginald 72 
- Goldsboro. N. C. 

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Daniels, Linda "73 
Robersonville, N. C. 

Davidson, Robert '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Davis, Dennis '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Davis, Katherine '73 
Louisburg, N. C. 

Davis, Whitney '73 
Washington, D. C. 



Day, Elmiza '73 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 

Debnam, Joseph '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

DeVane, Diane '73 
Ivanhoe, N. C. 





Debnam, Howard '73 
Youngsville, N. C. 

Diggs, Jerry "71 
Wilson, N.C. 

Dorsey, Joeseph '72 
Rahway, N. J. 



96 



***?" "*?^ t> Dorsey, Moses '71 

X f Raleigh, N.C. 








Dunn, Calvin K. '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dunn, Robert C. '71 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dunston, Glenda '73 
Rahway, N. J. 



Durliam, Brenda A. '72 
Robersonville, N. C. 

Durham, Donnie M. '73 
Robersonville, N. C. 

Eaddy, Rachel L. '71 
Wendell. N.C. 



Edmonds, Elmira E. '72 
Norfolk, Va. 

Edwards, Darlene V. '73 
Snow Hill, N.C. 

Edwards, Lucy '72 
Selma,N.C. 



97 




Emory, Lee C. 73 
Clayton, N. C. 

Euland. Ethel L. '72 
Charleston, S. C. 

Evans, Linda '72 
Virginia Beach, Va. 






Fairley, James '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Farr, Gewndolyn '71 
Spartanburg. S. C. 

Farrow, William '71 
East Orange, N. J. 






Floyd, Jr., Otto '71 
Newberry, S. C. 

Ford, George '73 
Charleston, S. C. 

Ford, Jannette '72 
Charleston, S. C. 




Ford, Novella '72 
Wilson, N. C. 



Fore. Wanda "73 
Fuquay-Varina. N. C. 



98 






Foreman, Evone "73 
Virginia Beacli. Va. 

Foreman. Willie L. '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Foster. Linda '72 
Starte.x. S.C. 




Frazier. .Arnold '72 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Freeman. Rosalyn "73 
Virginia Beach. Va. 

Fuller. Linda '72 
Hampstead, N. C. 




Fuller. Patricia '72 
.Mebane, N.C. 

Gary. Rosa '72 
Pendleton. N. C. 

Catling. Margaret '73 
Rich Square, N. C. 






Caylord. Milton '71 
Red Bank, N.J. 

Gethers, Shirley '72 
Charleston. S. C. 

Gethers, Thelma '71 
Charleston, S. C. 



99 





Gibbs, Luther '71 
Charleston Heights, S. C. 

Gibson, Inez '73 
Coconut Grove, Fla. 

Gibson, Yvonne '71 
Clarksville, Va. 




Gilchrist, Loretta '72 
Cameron, N. C. 

Gilchrist, Shirley '72 
Charleston, S. C. 

Gill, Patricia K. '73 
Louisburg, N. C. 




Gilliam, Milville '71 
Windsor, N. C. 

Gilmer, William '73 
Durham, N. C. 

Glasper, Judy '73 
Magnolia, N. C. 





Glen, T. '73 
Plainfield,N.J. 

Glenn, Cleo "72 
Newberry, S. C. 

Gooding, Cassandra '72 
LaGrange, N. C. 



100 




Goodson, Debra "73 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Goodson, Ethel J. '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Goodson, Kenneth "71 
Washington, D. C. 




Gorham, Edwin '72 
Washington, D. C. 



Gray, Agnes "71 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 





Grear, Gwendolyn "73 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Green, Jacqueline "73 
Fremont, N. C. 

Griffin. Joseph A. "73 
Petersburg, Va. 



Grimes, Constance "73 
Winterville, N.C. 

Gross, Betty "73 
Chicago, 111. 

Gunn, George "72 
South Boston, Va. 



101 




Gunn, Suzette 73 
South Boston, Va. 

Hailey.Troy S. "71 
Washington, D. C. 

Hall, Betty J. 71 
Liiinberton, N. C. 




Hall, Kenneth Jr. 71 
Jersey City, N. J. 

Hall, Laura 73 
Hickory, N. C. 



Hamilton, Barbara 73 
Grantsboro, N. C. 

Hamilton, George 73 
Augusta, Ga. 



Hamilton, Levi, Jr. 73 
South Boston, Va. 

Hammie, Carolyn E. 73 
O.xford, N.C. 



102 




Handy, Dorothy D. 73 

Rahway, N. J, 

Hanna, Minnie R. 73 
Bailey, N.C. 

Hannibal, Crefton T. 71 
Rahway, N. J. 



Hardy, Linda "73 
Kelford. N.C. 

Hargrove. Patricia '72 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Harp, Jane '73 
Raieiah. N. C. 




Harper, Evelyn W. '73 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Harris. Barbara '73 
Virginia Beacli, Va. 

Harris, Bobby W. '71 
Snow Hill, N. C. 




Harris. Charlene "72 
New Hill, N.C. 

Harris. Irene '71 
Selma. Alabama 

Harris, Jacqueline '73 
Chester, Pa. 




Harris. Lille "73 
Rougemont. N. C. 

Harris, Mildred '72 
Loulsburg, N. C. 

Harrison, Mary N. '73 
Spring Hope, N. C. 





103 



Hawkins, Clifford p. '71 
Louisburo. N. C. 



Hawkins. Thomas 71 
Louisburg, N. C. 







Hawkins, Lawrence T. 
Littleton. N. C. 

Henry, Willie M. 71 
Ivanliow, N. C. 

Hepburn, Austin A. 71 
Hollywood, Fla. 






Heyward, Christine 72 
Georgetown, S. C. 

Hines, Ellestine 72 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hinton, Mareeline 73 
WUson, N. C. 




Hinton, Carnelle 73 

Wilson, N.C. 

Holden, Linda 73 
Wendell, N. C. 

Holmes, John M. 71 
Riveria Beach, Fla. 



104 



Hooker, Edith D. "73 
Sanford, N. C. 



Howard, Jannette L. "73 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 






Huffman. Jimmie L. '71 
Rose Hill, N.C. 

Hubert, Faith "71 
Camden, N.J. 

Hunt, Joyce L. "71 
Roper, N.C. 





Hunt, Eugene J. '72 
Orange, N.J. 

Ingram, Steven "72 
New Haven, Conn. 

Inman, Carolyn "73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Ivey, Darren '73 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Jackson, Carole '73 
Robersonville. N. C. 

Jackson, Doretha "72 
Washington, D. C. 



105 




Jacobs, Elaine G. 71 
Rich Square, N. C. 

Jacobs. Gloria '72 
Rich Square, N. C. 

Jacobs. Mary Frances 73 
Rich Square, N. C. 



James Evelyn S. 72 
Hartsville, S. C. 

James. Sondra K. 71 
Goldsboro. N. C. 



Jeffries, Williams 71 
Burlington, N. C. 

Johnson. Jacqueline 73 
Philadelphia. Pa. 



Johnson. JoAnn 73 
Chicago. 111. 

Johnson. James H. 73 
Washington. D. C. 



Johnson. Kathy 0. 71 
Charlottesville, Va. 

Johnson, Kenneth 72 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Johnson. Lusynthia D. 71 
Neward, N. J. 




Johnson, Thomas A. "71 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Johnson, Quitta V. "73 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Jolly, Harold "71 
Goldsboro, N.C, 




Jones, Carolyn "73 
South Boston, Va. 

Jones, Carolyn "71 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Jones, Cynthia L. "72 
Bronx, N.Y. 






Jones, Dorothy A. "71 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Jones, Ernestine "72 
Henderson, N. C. 

Jones, Enrique B. "71 
Newark, N.J, 




Jones, Michael "72 
Chicago, 111. 

Jones, Warren "73 
Dania, Fla, 

Jordan, Dwight "73 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



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Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Konde, Joseph "73 
Congo-Kinshasa 

Kelly. Richard D. '71 
Newark, N. J. 




Kelly Willie '72 
Lilliiigton, N.C. 

Kendall, Anthony '73 
Washington, D. C. 

King, Cecelia L, '71 
Goldsboro, N. C. 




King, Barbara Jean '73 
Luniberton, N. C. 

Kinlaw, Doris '71 
Bolton, N.C. 

Kirven, Eloise L. '73 
Darlington, S. C. 




Knox, Floyd D. '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lanorum, Francis B, '73 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Larin, Lorice '73 
Oak City, N. C. 



108 




Latta, Stella L, 73 
Oxford, N. C. 

Lawrence, Julia '72 
White Plains, N.Y. 

Lawson, Sharon A. "71 
Washington, D. C. 





Lawyer, Barbara Ann "73 
Loman, N. C. 

LeCount, William "71 
Darien, Georgia 

Leornard, Rosemary "72 
Trenton, N. J. 




Leslie, Fenton R. "73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Levister, James '71 
Louisburg, N. C. 



Lewis, Cheryl "71 
Opalocka, Fla. 

Louis, Robert C. "73 
St. Pauls, N. C. 



Lewis, Sondra '73 
Charleston, S. C. 

Lewis, Yale '71 
Washington, D. C. 



109 



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Lilly, Carolyn '73 
Raleigh, N. C. 




Little, Lindxi "72 
Robersonville, N. C. 



Little, Vivian "73 
Robersonville, N. C. 




Long, Rosa "71 
Batesville, N.C. 



Linberger, Hermena "73 
Charlotte. N. C. 




Little, Sylvia "73 
Robersonville. N. C. 



Long, Hurley "73 
Milton. N. C. 





Link, Marguerite "72 
New York, N.Y. 



Little, Evelyn "72 
Robersonville, N. C. 






Lotton, Doris "73 
Wilmington. N. C. 



Lowery, Clifford "73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Lucas, Alfred "72 
Washington, D. C. 



110 




Lunceford. Doris "73 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Whitakers, N. C. 

Lynn. Donald '71 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Lynn, Patricia '71 
Pendleton, N. C. 

Lyons, Tonya "72 
Camden, N.J. 

Macer, Gloria T. '7i 
Virginia Beach. Va. 




Mack, Brenda '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Mackey, Gloria '72 
Lancaster. S. C. 

Manns, Denise '73 
Chicago, HI. 




Marrow, Brenda "73 
Oak City, N.C. 

Marsh. Charles "73 
Sanford.N. C. 

Marshburn, Barbara "72 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



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Martin, Samuel '71 


Massenburg, Gloria '72 


Neward, N.J. 


Petersburg, Va. 




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Weldon,N.C. 

Mays, Ma.xine '73 
Lexington, Va. 

McDonald, Mary '72 
South OzonePark, N. Y. 




McDowell, Georgette '72 
New York, N.Y. 

MaFayden, Lynda '71 
Portsmouth, Va. 

McGuian, Joyce '72 
Kenasville. N.C. 




McKinnon, Delma '73 
Raeford. N. C. 

McKoy, Edith '73 
Lillington, N. C. 

McLaurin, Patricia '73 
Red Springs, N. C. 



112 




McNeil. Keiiva "72 
Saint Pauls, N.C. 

McPhatter. Notre "72 
Raeford, N.C. 

McRae. Katherine '72 
Lumberton, N. C. 




McTeer. Benjamin "73 
Dillon. S. C. 

McWiiliams. Wanda '72 
Enfield. N.C. 

Melvin. Natlie '72 
Bridge Port. Conn. 




Merrit, Artis '72 
Louisburg. N. C. 

Middelton, Frances '72 
Charleston. S. C. 

Middelton, William '71 
Goldsboro. N. C. 




Miller, Gearld '73 
Raeford. N. C. 

.Miller, Geronie '72 
Newberry. S. C. 

Miller. Ma.xine '72 
Raleigh, N.C. 



113 




Milligan, JoAiin '72 
St. Augustine. Fla. 

Mills, Sharon "73 
New York. N.Y. 

Mitclielle. Ralph '71 
New Smyrna Beach, Fla. 




Montague, Charles "73 
Burgan, N. C. 

Moore. Dora "73 
Graham, N. C. 

Moore, Phyllis "71 
Raleigh, N. C. 





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Moore, RosaHnde "73 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Morant, Gardenus '72 
Orrum, N. C. 

Morehead, John "73 
Greensboro, N. C. 




Moss. Joan "73 
Miami, Fla. 



Murphy. Cynthia "73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



114 





Murphy. Harry 73 
Griffin, Ga. 

Murphy, Shirley 72 
Hartsville,S.C. 

Myers, Eben '71 
Jersey City. N. J. 





Neal, Tessica '71 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

NauKuba, Michael O. '73 
Biafra 

New some, Chester '72 
Coiiwav, N. C. 






Nsward, W. '73 
Kinshasa-Congo 

Nwosu, Cyril '71 

Uniua Hia "Bifara, W. Africa 

Otey, Nancy '72 
Washington. D. C. 




Otey. Roland '72 
Washington. D. C. 

Outlaw. Travis '73 
Kenasville. N. C. 

Onerton, Ethel '73 
New York 



115 




Parhani, S. Peggv' '71 
Unio]i, S. C. 

Patterson, Cheryl '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Patterson, Rosalind '73 
Queens, N. Y. 




Peebles, Deborah '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Peebles, Taberne "73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Perr) , Gary '71 
Wendell, N.C. 





Pottus. Elsie '71 
New York, N. Y. 

Petway, Frances '72 
Whitakers, N.C. 

Peyton, Leah '73 
Gary, N. C. 




Peyton. Jenny '73 
Gary, N.C. 

Pinckney, Charles "73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pinckney. Sandra '73 
Charleston, S. C. 



116 




Poindexter. Rodney "73 
Lexington. Va. 

Polk. Marvin 73 
St. Pauls, N.C. 



Poole. Jasmine '72 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Potter. Walter '71 
Charleston, S. C. 



Powell. Gordon '71 
Englewook. N. J. 

Presley, Calvin "73 
Rahwav, N. J. 



Price. Teresa '72 
Washington, D. C. 

Pride. Pauline "73 
Southern Pines. N.C. 

Pulley. Catherine "73 
Spring Hope, N. C. 



Purvis. Legistrean "72 
Oak City. N.C. 

Quinn. James "71 
Trenton, N. J. 

Ramos. Wanda G. "72 
Newtown. Conn. 




Ramseur, Andre' "71 
High Point. N. C. 

Revis. Barbara '72 
L;iGrange, N. C. 




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Rhodes, Angelia '73 
Council, N. C. 

Richardson, Sandra '73 
Nashville, N. C. 

Richardson, Werna '73 
Wilmington, Del. 





Ritter, Reginald '73 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Ritter, Ronald '73 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Robertson, Gwendolyn '72 
Raleigh, N. C. 




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Robinson, Gordon '72 
West Point, Va. 

Robinson, Sandra '71 
West Point, Va. 

Robinson, Winnifred '72 
Hollie,N.Y. 



118 




Rogers. Ida L. '72 
Farmville, N. C. 

Rook. Grover "73 
Garysburg. N. C. 




Royall, Mattie "72 
Goldsboro. N. C. 

Saunders, Evon "73 
Garner. N. C. 



Sanders. Linwood "73 
Garner. N. C. 




Sanford, Walter "73 
Jamaica, N. Y. 

Sapp, Brenda "72 
Fuquay-Varina, N. C. 

Scott, Mary E. "72 
Raleigh. N. C. 






Shephard. Maxine "71 
Garner, N. C. 

Simmons, Carol A. "72 
Miami, Fla. 

Simms, Preston '73 
Wilson, N.C. 




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Simpkins, Jacqueline 73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Simpson, Anna 71 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Singletary, Chiquita 71 
Raleigh. N. C. 




Smalls, Charles 73 
Wilmington. N. C. 

Smalls, Kenneth 72 
Charleston, S. C. 

Smalls, Senya 72 
Plymouth. N. C. 





Smalls, Sylvia 71 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Smashum, Jacqueline 73 
Charleston, S. C. 

Smith, Eddie L. 71 
Fayetteville, N. C. 




Smith. Leroy 71 
Hibgood. N. C. 

Spencer. Robert 73 
Columbia. N. C. 

Stafford, Ronald 73 
St. Augustine, Fla. 



120 



Stallings, Nellis '71 
Wake Forest, N. C. 

Stanley, Barbara "72 
Robertsoiiville, N. C. 

Stephens, Oreese "73 
Jesup, Ga. 






Stewart, Kitty "72 
Wyandanch, N. Y. 

Stover, LeConte "71 
Durham, N. C. 

Taleferio, Olga "71 
Trenton, N. C. 




Tate. James A. "71 
BiirUngton, N. C. 

Taylor, Alberta "72 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Taylor, Beiynda "73 
Goldsboro,N. C. 






Taylor. Debra '73 
Garner, N. C. 



121 



Taylor, James G. Ill '72 
Raleioh, N. C. 



Taylor, Linda F. "73 
Garner, N. C. 




Taylor. Marjorie "71 
Petersburg, Va. 



Teele, Larry B. "73 
Everetts, N. C. 






Thomas, James "72 
Roxboro, N.C. 

Thomas, Shirley "71 
Leash urg, N.C. 

Thompson, Queen "71 
Henderson, N, C. 




Tillery, Ora Lee "73 
Rich Square, N, C, 

Tisdale, Furman '71 
Chase City, Va. 

Toomer. Howard "72 
Philadelpliia. Pa. 





Townsend, Daphine "72 
Orrum, N. C. 

Turner, James '71 
Hillsborough, N. C. 

Umstead, Nancy "71 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



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Upchurch, Cecelia '72 
Raleigh, N. C. 




Vick, Willie 72 
Zebulon, N.C. 






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Washington, D. C. 

Wallace, Deloris 73 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Wallace, Rhonda 72 
Eberetts, N.C. 




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Waltlall, William 73 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Ward, Charlotte 72 
Belhaven, N.C. 

Warden, Kenneth 71 
Bronx, N. Y. 





Ware. Kelly n 73 
Opa Lock. Fla. 

Warren. Clara 72 
Garland, N. C. 

Warren, Thomas M. 73 
Opa Lock, Fla. 




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Washington, Virginia 71 
Kenansville, N. C. 



Watson, Osborne '73 
Jamaica, N. Y. 




Wiulc, Charlie '73 
Windsor, N. C. 




White, Leslea '73 
Windsor, N. C. 



White, Helen '71 
Atmore, Ala. 



White, Verdell '72 
Mattaponi, Va. 





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Watson, Patricia '72 
Charleston, S. C. 



West, Lawrence '73 
Philadelphia. Pa. 








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White. Yvonne '73 
Robertsonville. N. C. 



Whitaker, Gwendolyn '73 
Belhaven, N. C. 






Whitfield. Linda '73 
Whitakers. N.C. 




Whitaker, Willie '73 
Greenville, S. C. 



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Wiggins, Alzoiiia '71 
Zebulon, N. C. 



Wiggins, Dorotliy "71 
Robbins, 111. 



Wiley, Joseph B. '71 
Durham, N.C, 



Williams, Barbara '72 
Virginia Beach. Va. 






Williams Barbara '72 
Rockmgham, N. C. 



Williams, Catherine '72 
Enfield, N C 












Williams, Charles '72 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Williams, Frances '73 
Wilson, N.C. 




Williams, Geneva '72 
Enfield, N.C. 



Williams. Larkin '73 
Louisville, Ga. 



Williams, Michael 71 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 



Williams, Floydstyne '72 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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Williams, Patricia "73 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Williams. Wade 72 
Washington, D. C. 

Willie, Claudette "73 
Pollocksville, N. C. 




Wilson, Rachel '73 
Newtown Grove, N. C. 

Wilson, William 73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Wood, Wyatt J. 73 
Madison Heights, Va. 




Woodard, Eddie 73 
Sharpsburg, N. C. 

Wooland. Melvin 72 
Washington, D. C. 

Workman, Oliver 72 
Newberry, S. C. 




Wynn. Helena 72 
Williamston, N. C. 

Young. Barbara 73 
New Jersey 

Young, Regina 7 1 
Oxford, N.C. 



Lynch, Geraldine '72 
Enfield, N. C. 



Manns, Susan '73 
Eden, N. C. 




McKelvey, Lucinda '73 
Charleston, S. C. 



James Rhoda '72 
Hartsville. S. C. 

Moore, Gwendolyn '71 
Wilmington, N. C. 

McKinnon, Frederick '72 
Raeford, N.C. 






Marshburn, Doris '72 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Scott, Lillian '72 
'<aleigh.N.C. 

Singletary, Celestine '71 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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Coronation 



The grand entrance of a radiant queen. Miss Carolyn Fisher. Miss 
Saint Augustine's College. Escorts; Mr. Jimmy Huffman (left) and 
Mr. Larry Curry (right). 



Pomp, splendor, and beauty sur- 
round the ceremonial crowning of 
our new Miss Saint Augustine's Col- 
lege by Miss Lorraine Green, out- 
going queen. 

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Mr. Curtis Pritchett and Miss Saint Augustine's 
College whirl through the Royal Dance. 



With deep humility, pride and a tear. Carolyn 
accepts her crown and mace and pledges herself 
fiJly to fulfill the position to which she has been 
elected. 



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Miss Saint Augustine's and court display queenly beauty in the Annual Christmas Parade in Raleigh. 



103rd Convocation 




Student leaders begin the Academic Procession of the 103rd Convocation. 




Singing the College Hymn at the 103rd Convocation. 
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Faculty — 
Staff 

Orientation 




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STUDENT ACTIVISM DISCUSSED - Th 

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social studies major of Raleigh; James Burt, a senior sodology m t of r!i 'h "^'." "^"""'"'^ ''''' ^^'"'"^ ^oza. a senior 
Augustine-s. tocology major of Raleigh; and Julms Nimmons. instructor in history at St. 



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Freshman Orientation 




And they move in — bag and baggage. 




What was it he said again? 



Test! test! test! When do we party? 










staff poises for a good one. 



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It's not as good as home but we're HUNGRY! 




student Government Induction 




In the formal induction ceremony of the Student Government Association. Dr. Robinson installs the newly elected officers who will serve during the 
1969-1970 academic school year. (Left to right) Harold Rodgers, Antoinette Ryals, Sylvia Parker. John Monroe, and Raymond Gilmore. 



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Business Conference 




Business Seminar sponsored by Phi Beta Lambda and the Placement Office with the American Management Association providing an insight on 
management. Left to right: Dr. Robert 1. Brigham (Diieclor of AMA's Young Adult Program). Mildred Jones, Mr. Wilbert Johnson. Edward 
Washington, Mr. Richard Denny, Allen Gilliam, Miss Gloria Johnson, Ralph Mitchell. 



Alumni Conference 



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Mr. Oscar Perry (left). Past President of the National Alumni 
Association and Dr. Prezell R. Robinson, College President 
(right) chat during a leisure moment at the Alumni Workshop 
held in Virginia Beach, Virginia, 




Miss Bradshaw and Peggy Scott, Senior, Physical Education 

maior converse after a session on Football at the Alumni 
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Workshop. 



Vietnam Moratorium 




Saint Augustine's students assemble to make their march on the North Carolina capitol in protest. 



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The year 1969 saw many happenings, not the 
least of which was a nationwide moratorium to 
protest the war in Vietnam. On a brisk October 
15, several hundred students marched from the 
campus to downtown Raleigh to demonstrate 
their support for the moratorium. Short speeches 
were made and a joint St. Aug.-Shaw position 
statement was read. This action is indicative of 
the increased involvement on the part of the 
students at St. Aug. 



Students from Saint Augustine's, Shaw, and 
Raleigh high schools join together downtown 
for the protest march. 




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Amanda Ambrose 



We are proud once again to open our 1969-1970 
Lyceum Series with our beloved Amanda Ambrose. 
To label her, you would probably term her a jazz 
singer, but one with a most unique and arresting 
style. Her versatility is profoundly demonstrated 
when she captivates her audience with a blend of 
ballads, blues, jazz, rock and gospel music. 



FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: .loAnn Johnson, Freshman, Busi- 
ness Administration major from Chicago, 111., and Metoff 
Attmorc, Freshman, Ait major from Brooklyn, N,Y,, get 
autographs from Miss Ambrose, 




George Riabikoff 




George Riabikoff, European pianist of 
world acclaim, appeared at Saint 
Augustine's in its second lyceum pro- 
gram of the year, Riabikoff comes 
from a musical family, related to 
'Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff, 



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N. C. Symphony Orchestra 




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One of the main features of the Lyceum Series was the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra, who featured jointly with the Saint Augustine's College 
Choir under the expert baton of Benjamin Swahn and Addison Reid. 



John 
Lewis 
Trio 



Another feature of our Lyceum Series was the 
John Lewis Trio, who stimulated the audience 
with a delightful arrangement of jazz tunes. The 
three entertained with enjoyable music for a 
full hour. They left the audience astonished and 
perplexed by their versatility. 



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Dee Simmons 




Dee Simmons, the Souths only Black funny car driver visited 
Falconland and exhibited his Flip Top Corvette "Mister 
Thunder Road" in route to the Gainesville Dragway, Florida. 
Simmons has run his Corvette in excess of 200 mph in 
competition. In the competition at Gainesville. Simmons was 
aiming for his NHRA license. 






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African Student Exchange 




1 40 ST. AUG. STUDENTS GREET STUDENT VISITORS FROM AFRICA 

Students at Saint Augustine's College entertained ten visitors from Cuttington College, Suacoco, Liberia, from October 2, through 
October 6. The visit was sponsored by the American Education and Cultural Foundation of Washington. D.C. as a part of a Cultural 
Exchange program. 



Personnel Career Conference 




OTHER SPEAKERS DURING THE FACULTY-STAFF ORIENTATION AND PLANNING CONFERENCE. 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Finley Campbell, assistant professor of English, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana; Dr. Jacquelyn Jackson, 
assistant professor of Medical Sociology, Department of Psychiatry, Duke University; and Dr. Joseph Jones, Jr., vice president of 
Academic Affairs. 

These three spoke September 4-5 on the following subjects: "'Some Current Innovative Programs"; "Student Activism - Its 
Implications for the College Community": and "The Educational Milieu at Saint Augustine's College", respectively. 




PERSONNEL SEMINAR PRINCIPALS These are some of the participants in the Personnel Seminar held in the Student Union 
on September 3. Left to riglit; Dr. Ozias Pearson, President Prezell Robinson, Dr. Joseph Jones, Jr., Mr. Mark G. Birchette, and the 
Rev. Christopher C. Gray. 



College Choir — Band And 




Saint Augustine's College Choir performing at the Annual Christmas Concert. 




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Saint Augustine's College Concert Band in concert under the direction of Mr. Harold L. Jefferies. 



Vocal Ensemble In Concert 




The College Ensemble performs under the direction of Dr. Albert W. Grauer. 



Purlie Victorious 




Purlie Victorious, a three act comedy of life on a cotton 
plantation in the old South was presented by the Saint 
Augustine's Players. The comedy was written by Ossie Davis. 
The play pokes fun at segregation in the South and shows how 
many beautiful black people turn out to be victorious, in spite 
of Obstacles. 



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formal opening, October 1969 



Administration And Faculty 



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Administration 





The Rt Rev. Thomas A. Fraser, D.D. 
Chairman of Board of Trustees 



Prezell R. Robinson, Ed.D. 
President of St. Augustine's College 




Joseph Jones, Jr., Ph.D. 

Vice Pres. for Academic 

Affairs 




1. E. Spraggins, M. Litt. 
Registrar 




J. Mills Holloway, B.S. 

Vice Pres. for Financial 

Affairs 



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Mark G. Birchette, M.A. 
Vice Pres. for 
Development 




Norman H. Dawes. Ph.D. 

Director for Special 

Projects 



Division of Education 



The Chief function of the DiWsion of Education is the 
administration of teacher education policies of the College in 
collaboration with the North Carolina State Department of 
Public Instruction, and Physical Education in the education of 
Elementary, Secondary, and Special subject teachers. A secon- 
dary function involves a liaison administrative relationship 
with the Department of Business, and Physical Education, 
especially as it pertains to teach education, and a service 
relationship with the guidance and orientation program of the 
college. 



Minnie Tuten Forte 
Education, Ph.D. 

Delores E. Ball, M.A. 
Elementary Education 

Nelson H. Harris, Ph.D. 
Education 



Thomas Simmons, M.Ed. 
Education 

Mildred E. Harris, M.S. 

Business 

Jesse Clements, M.S. 
Physical Education 



Earle K.Curry, MS 
Physical Education 

June E. Powell, B.A. 
Physical Education 

Frederick D. Ponder, 
Physical Edu, M.S. 




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Division of Humanities 



The study of English as a discipline of the humanities has as its 
intent the development of the student's individual ability to 
read, to think and to write effectively. To this end. the student 
is trained in oral and written expression and in the analysis of 
literature. The literature of the Western World, particularly of 
Great Britain and America, is studied in its historical context 
and as expression of the human condition. Specifically, liter- 
ary study attempts to awaken and discipline one aspect of 
aesthetic taste, and to use that taste in an asses.sment of the 
timely and timeless aspects of cultural heritage. The study of 
speech and composition as intended to identify and promote 
the use of the language as a tool and as an art. 



James A. Boyer. Ed.D. 
English 

Herman L. Jenkins. .\1.S. 
English 

Jesse Ray Robinson. M.A. 
English and Reading 



Sophia Friedlander. M.A. 
English 

Romer D. Watson, M.A. 
English 

Erestine Saunders, M.M. 
French 



DudaSaDik.M.A. 
German 

Merline Pitre. M.A. 
French 

Max Dardeau. M.A. 
Modern Languages 




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Rev. Arthur J. Calloway, B.Th. 
Religion and Phil. 



R. L. Frautschi, Ph.D. 
French 

.Albert VV. Grauer. Ph.D. 
Mu.sic 

Johnnella L. Lucas. M.M. 
Music 



Nathaniel W. Coleman. B.A. 
Music 

Howard L. Burchette. M.S. 
Art 

The Rev Clyde E. Beatty. 
B.D., Religion and Phil. 
College Chaplain 



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business seminar 



Division of Natural Sciences 



The Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics includes the 
Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics and 
Physics. In these departments, students may pursue courses of 
study that provide a broad foundation in the biological and 
physical sciences and mathematics. Through course work 
taken in the various departments, students develop an appreci- 
ation of (1) the scope of the living world and the laws that 
govern it, (2) the inter-relationship of scientific knowledge, (3) 
the development of scientific concepts, (4) the scientific 
method, and (5) the contributions of science to the better- 
ment of mankind. 



Wilbert W. Johnson, Ph.D. 
Chairman, Biology 

Jeffery Gipson, Ph.D. 
Chairman, Chemistry 

Cecil N. Coble. M.S. 
Biology 



Kresimir Blazevic, Ph.D. 
Chemistry 

R. C. Weatherford, M.A. 
Chairman, Math & Physics 

Leroy Michael, M.A. 
Mathematics 




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And Mathematics 





Addessa M. Lewis, MAT. 
Mathematics 

Henry Lews, Jr., M.A.T. 
Mathematics 

Raymond Davis, M.S. 
Biology 




Southern Pines Administiation-Faculty-Student Conference 



Educational Talent Research Project 



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Division of Social Science 




Walter Belk, M.A. 
History 



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WilliamA. Gaines, 
Ph.D.Chm. Social 
Sciences 

Julius F. Nimnions. 
M.A.. Acting Chm. 
History 

William E. Allen 
Ph.D., Sociology 



John R. Larkins, 
(Part-Time) LLD, 
Social Welfare 

Norman H. Dawes, 
Ph.D., History 

Elmer C. Schwertman, 
Ph.D., PoUtical 
Science 



This is a program with the general liberal arts orien- 
tation of the College to serve as a basic curriculum for 
students planning to enter into professional work 
immediately upon graduation; to give a preprofessional 
foundation to students planning to go on for advaiKed 
degrees in professional or graduate programs in or 
closely related to history and the social sciences. 



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Secretaries & Personnel 




Marie M. Gibbs 
President Sec. 

Gloria J. Dolby 

Sec. to the Dean; B.A. 

Alice F. Perry 

Sec. to the Dean; B.A. 



Lottie Ferrell 
Transcript Clerk; B.A. 

Paulette Cannady; B.A. 
Asst. to the Registrar 

Barbara M. Bradley 
Sec. to the Dean 
of Students; B.A. 



Carolyn W. Steward 
Sec. to the Dean 
of Students 

Geretta Fleming 
Sec. to the Ed. 
Department 

Ludie Singletary 
Sec. to financial 
aid office 

Rosu T. Curtis 
Faculty Sec. 

Betty P. Thomas 
Sec. to Student 
Union & Food Service 

Brenda Blalock 
Sec. to Guidance 
& Testing 



Inez Hayes 
Post Office 

Clara Wilson 
Personnel to 
Baker Hall 



Louis Shepherd 
Campus Officer 



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staff 





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George C. Land, M.S. 
Dean of Students 

James H. Twitty, M.A. 
Asst. Dean of Students 

Christopher C. Gray, B.D. 
Dean of Men 



Gloria Johnson, M.A. 
Director of Placement 

Pamela Jones, M.A. 
Director of Guidance 
and Testing 

Sylvester Peterson, B.A. 
Director of Admissions 



Lois Rogers, B.A. 
Counselor 

Lionel Randolph, B.A. 
Assistant Director of Admission 

Thelma M. Keck. B.A. 
Asst. Director of 
Public Relation 



Lawrence Bradley, B.S. 
Supt. of Buildings 
& Grounds 

Walter L. Jones, Jr. B.S. 
Asst. Supt. of 
Buildings & Grounds 

William B. Colbert 
Acting Director of 
Student Union 



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Rice R. DeLoatche, B.S. 
Financial Aid Counselor 




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F. D Smith, B.S. 
Director of Food Services 

Dorothy Okeke 
Student Union 
Hoste.ss 

Patricia W. Parker. B.S. 
College Nurse 



Catherine Winters, B.A. 
Assistant Librarian 

Ruth B. Walker. B.A. 
Library Assistant 
& Secretary 

Marjorie Trice 
Secretary 




Virginia beach alumni conference 



Organization 






If the most important endeavor in which any student body participates is academic work and study, then a close second must be 
the social hfe and extra-curricular activities in which the student participates. 

In many campus organization and activities, the student must apply what he has learned in the classroom. But. not all activities fit 
into this category. Many e.xist partly for rela.\ation. The following pages show, in part, how Saint Augustine's College students 
spend their time relaxing, working and utilizing their skills. By participating in the various activities and organizations of the 
college, life long friendships are established. 



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Phi Beta Lambda 




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SEATED (left to right): Edward Washington, Ula Banes, Jeanette Richardson, Josephine McFayden (reporter), Hercule Clark, Lynwood Thombs, 
Michael Pierce. STANDING: Edward Asare, Ralph Mitchell, Hillard Stallings. Harold Rogers. 



Veterans Club 



The Saint Augustine's Col- 
lege Chapter of Phi Beta 
Lambda consists of stu- 
dents in the department of 
business. The purpose of 
this organization is to en- 
courage academic excel- 
lence, strengthen confi- 
dence in students, enable 
them to compete favor- 
ably with their associates, 
develop qualities that will 
enable them to participate 
effectively in business, 
professional, and com- 
munity life. The chapter 
here on campus sponsors 
such activities as panel dis- 
cussions, forums, lecturers, 
and luncheons. The club 
this year boasts a member- 
ship of fifteen national 
members. 




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SITTING (left to right): Edward Washington, Adrian Murphy, William Edwards, Fenton Leslie, William Watson, 
Ralph Mitchell. STANDING; Lawrence Ray, Therman Ames. Jesse Dillard, Lenwood Long, Naoh Monk, Stanley 
Myers. 



Black Student Union 




STANDING (left to right): Enrique B. Jones. Otto Floyd, Wilfred L. Branch. Creft Hannibal. Thomas Johnson, 
Samuel Martin. SEATED: Evon Foreman, Deidre Anthony, Winnie Robinson, Betty Gross. 



History Club 



The History club was organized 
during the 1967-68 school year 
with Qumtard Taylor as its first 
president. Its purpose is to stimu- 
late history majors, as well as other 
students, to do constructive proj- 
ects for the betterment of Saint 
Augustine's College and Raleigh 
community. 

During our first year, we had such 
projects as voter registration, out- 
standing speakers and historic trips. 
Consequently, we were awarded a 
certificate as the most outstanding 
club on campus. The club is fastly 
growing. 




Rosemary Leonard, Sheila C. Clarke, Creft Hannibal, Roosevelt Mosley, Legistrean Puruis. 
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Pre-Alumni Club 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Peter Adams, Rosemary Moore, James Burt, Francina Caldwell. Roosevelt Mosley. 




NEA 




SITTING (Left to right): Gaidenus Morant. Shirley Brown. Cassandra Gooding. Hercules Ballard Clark. Jerry West, Bessie Bandy, Mary Lmpstead. 
Evelyn Earp. Rachel Eaddy (Pres). James Burt, Mary McDonald, Agnes Gray. STANDING: Loretta Hunt. Zelma Young. Roosevelt Moseley. Barbara 
Birdsall, Patricia Stewart. Lorreta Gilchrist, Judy Huniphred, Clayborne McGill, Kathrine McRae, Daphne McAllister. 



The Student National Education Association is the preprofessional association for college and university students preparing them to 
teach. It is an integral part of the National Education Association (NEA) - a voluntary, independent, and non-governmental 
professional association. 



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Sociology Club 




STANDING (left to right): William J. Lecount, Ella L. Harris, Irving Lewter. Dennis B. Burnett. SEATED: Jerry West, John Holmes, 
Oara Warren. James Burt, Carolyn J. Holmes, Carolyn Jones. Deborah L. Heme. 




Le Cercle Francais 



FRONT (left to right): Gloria Shannon, Ethel Brunson, Mary 
Umstead. BACK: Miss Merline Pitre (Advisor), Loretta Gil- 
christ. 



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Biology Club 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Claudia Hall, Vernon Royster, Elizabeth Burden, Willie Vick, Lionel Cuffee, Dell Williams. 



Pre-Med Club 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Lionel Cuffee. Oaudia Hall. Dell Williams, Vernon Royster. 



Mathematics Club 




SEATED (Left to right): Joyce Perry, Carolyn Ames, Yvonne Rogers, Maiy Crandal (Sec). STANDING: Lafayette Williams, Cynthia Jones, Clarence 
Cash, Gwendolyn Lesene (Vice Pres.), Peter Adams (Pres.), Alvin Clanton, Nellie Lmstead. 

The Mathematics and Physics Club accepts membership of any natural or physical science major. The main objectives of the 
organization are to instill syngenism and cohesiveness among the science majors and to foster academic excellence, inter-student 
tutorial program and e.xtra-curricular pursuits. The annual activities include research programs, lectures, tutorial programs, social 
events, field trips, and exchange and debate programs with neighboring colleges. 



Drama 
Club 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Bessie Bandy, Mary McDonald, Clayborne McGIU, Hercules Ballaid Qaik. Evelyn tarp. 
Rachel Eaddy, Judy Humphred, Agnes Gray, Loretta Gilchrist. 




Sigma 

Rho 

Sigma 



STANDING: Harry McDowell. Gloria Durham, Marcia Sexton. Edward James. III. SEATED: Lillian Mitchell. 
Jerry West, Mary Holley. MISSING: John Monroe. Barbara Morning. Shirley Nimmons. Barbara Hewctt. 



International Student Organization 




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STANDING (left to right); Henry Shyllon. Edward Asare, Now Nswadi. SITTING: Michael Ndukuba. Peter Adams. Cyril Nwasu. 
Pleas Coleman. 



Physical Education Club 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Sarah Ivary - Vice President, James Levister, Viola Bond - President, William Fain, Rose Bland, Leo Mckie, Grace Burwell - 
Chairman of Women Division. John Johnson, Peter Dickens - Chairman of Men Division and Chairman of Intramural, Peggy Scott - Member of 
Athletic Council, Johnny Hutto, Edward Lane, Carl Feredric, Mack Miller, Carver Durham - Sergeant-atArms, Bibby Garris - Assistant Commissionary 
- Intramural, (Shirley Debman - Assistant Sect., Mary Moss - Sect., Not pictured). 




English Club 



The study of English as a subject of the humanities 
division has as its intent the development of the 
student's individual ability to read, to think, and 
to write effectively. Since English is indispensable 
for learning in all areas, the English Club is open 
for anyone who wants to join and not just English 
Majors. The English Club strives to bring in people 
to give us their ideas on certain areas of the 
English language. 

We have come a long way. progressing slowly, but 
surely. The English Club worked hard and very 
diligently last year to make our worthwhile efforts 
exceedingly profitable. We will continue to work 
hard to make things better and as old members 
graduate, we hope that the new members will do 
an even better job. The English Club shall strive on 
and on to prove itself worthy as an organization 
on Saint Augustine's Campus. 



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SEATED (Left to right): Loretta Gilchrist, Bessie Bandy, Mary Umstead, Rachel 
Eaddy, Ethel Branson. STANDING: Evelyn Earp, Judy Mumford, William Farrow, 
Clayborne McGill, Cyril Nworsu, Agness Gray. 



Altar Guild 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Nora Sims, Claia Warren, Evelyn Bazemore, Joan L. Wood (Pres.), Sheila C. Clark (Vice Pres.), Janette 
Ford, Dell D. Williams. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Nora Sims, Evelyn Bazemon 
Jacqulyn Brown, Sheila Clark, Clara Warren. 



Canterbury Club 



Sunday School Teachers 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Nora Simms. Qaia Wanen, Evelyn Bazemore, Dell Williams, Sheila 
Qark, Jacqulyn Brown (President), Joan Wood, Jeanette Ford. 







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LEFT TO RIGHT: Loretta Gilchrist, Sharon Hall, Cheryl Graham. Esther Boyer, Alma Bethea, Ernestine Sims, Judy Riddick, Catherine Williams, 
Patricia Brown. 



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Alpha Phi Alpha 




STANDING (left to right): Edward L. Jajnes III - Pres.. Jerry Diggs, Charles Clark - Treas.. Luther Gibbs. Harry McDoweel - Vice Pres. SEATED: 
Thurman Campbell. Frances Petway - Queen, Donald Lynn. 



Alpha Phi Alpha, the first black fraternity, was founded on the campus of Cornell University, Ithica, New York, on December 4. 
1906. The racial cleavage, characteristic of this period, had stimulated seven bold black students to form a group for minority 
people to insure mutual helpfulness. 

These seven students are known to members of the fraternity as Jewels. Their courageous act was the initial step toward forming 
other fraternities. 

The ideas and principles upon which this fraternity was founded influenced many great men to join. Besides brotherhood. Alpha 
Phi Alpha Fraternity is based on knowledge and achievement. All Alpha men are scholars, gentlemen, leaders, and above all. 
uprighteous. 



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Alpha 
Kappa 
Alpha 



STANDING (left to right): Zelma Young, Anna Simpson. Conie Templeton, Nellie Chapman, Joan Wood, 
Francina Caldwell, Marcia Sexton, Pernell Smith, Jacqueline Muggins. SEATED: Vivian Anderson, Willie Jean 
Elder, Mary Crandell, Valeria Beal. Nancy Otey, Patricia Foster. 



Gamma Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.. was 
founded on March 26, 1949 here at Saint Augustine's College. 
As in previous years, the members of the chapter have carried 
on traditional projects. We presented a cheer basket to a needy 
family in observance of the Thankgiving holidays and toys to 
the children of the Governor Moorehead School during the 
Christmas holidays. In October of this year, the chapter 
sponsored its Second Annual Greek Orientated Freshmen 
Reception. The project of which Gamma Xi is extremely 
proud is the erection of a plot on the angle at Saint Augus- 
•tine's in commemoration of Gamma Xis birth. 

Gamma Xi chapter has planned many other projects for the 
remainder of the year which include the donation of a series of 
children's educational books to the Governor Moorehead 
School, the sponsoring of a "Park Day" for the children of 
Tuttle Community Center, and hopefully the sponsoring of a 
"Pink and Green Ball" featuring internationally famous Soror 
Caria Thomas. 

Gamma Xi Chapter now boasts a membership of eighteen 
Sorors. Alpha Kappa Alpha women hold as their guiding light 
the motto: "Advancement through knowledge and Achieve- 
ment." 




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Delta Sigma Theta 




SITTING (left to right): Sterlene Haskins, Cynthia Ck)za, Ehsie Pettus, Zana Walker, Gloria Durham, Constance Sands. STANDING: Jeanette 
Richardson, Stella Carr, Dell Williams. Linda Fuller. Lucy Moody. Brenda Woods. Claudia Perry, Carolyn Ford. Pamela Powell. 



Delta Sigma Theta, is a National Greek-letter sorority founded at Howard University in Washington. DC on Januar\' 13, 1913. 
The founders envisioned an organization of college women pledged to serious endeavors, community services and to promote high 
cultural, intellectual and moral standards among its members of the larger society in which it existed. 

Today there are over fifty thousand members and more than three hundred chapters in forty states and in the Republic of Haiti and 
Liberia. On January 12. 1963. at its fiftieth Anniversary celebration in Washington. D.C.. President John F. Kennedy, the guest of 
honor, congratulated the organization on its service to the country. 



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Omega Psi Phi 



Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded on the 
campus of Howard University on November 17. 
1911. The purpose of our fraternity is to mold and 
shape young college men. who meet the general 
and specific standards of Fratemityship. into a 
finer product - a whole man. 








probation 1969 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Michael Keck, Reginal Cunie, Leroy Smith, Henry Debnam, Eddie Smith, .lames Levister, Elaine Jacobs, Sweetheart, William 
LeCount. Richard L. McQoud, Michael Scott. Leo Mackie. Wilbur Cain, .(ohn Edmonds. 



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Phi 




Beta 



Sigma 



ameiEEW 



i2tV1[al«;aaaiiaia£ii'if4Jl**i3« 




STANDING (letl (o right); Harold Rodgors (Treasurer), Isiah Wilson (Dean 
or Pledgees). Peter M. Adams (President), Miehael Pierce (Vice President), 
Moses Dorsey (Secretary). SITTING: Ralph Mitchell, .lames Hinton. Sidney 
Morgan, Edward Washington. 



Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.. was founded January 9. 1914 on 
the campus of Howard University. Washington, D.C. Beta XI 
Cliapter was organized here on St. Augustine's campus in 1944. 

The motto of the fraternity is "Culture for Senice and Ser>ice to 
Humanity." For the men of Sigma this is more than a motto, it is 
a personal mode of living, in that all activities are undertaken 
with the idea of rendering service. Sigma has been energetic in 
educational, social and business programs geared towards the 
betterment of our fellow black man and society as a whole. 

We are pioneers of the tutorial program here at the Aug.. we 
sponsor an annual Xmas party for the Orphans of Oxford 
Orphanage, conduct workshops for black businesses, provide 
scholarships to deserving students and issue a calendar of events 
for the convenience of the students. Our chapter is a dynamic and 
growing one, and above all "relevant" to the needs of the 
communitv. 



founder's day commemoration 




probation 1969 



regional workshop 
sponsored by Beta Xi chapter 
December 5-7, 1969 




Zeta 



Phi 



Beta 



Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. is an international organization 
with over thirty-thousand members in the United States and 
Africa. Zeta Phi Beta was founded on the campus of Howard 
University in 1920 and has flourished and proven itself to be 
an outstanding unit in society, seeking to aid mankind through 
service and achievement. Zeta actively participates in govern- 
mental, cultural and civic projects throughout the country. 
The Phi Beta chapter made and presented gifts to needy 
children in the hospitals and the pledgees participated in the 
campus beautification projects this year. Women of Zeta Phi 
Beta Sorority stress Scholarship, Sisterly Love. Finer woman- 
hood and Sen ice in the attainment of desired goals. 




FRONT (left to right): Alice Graves. Lucy Edwards. Peggv' Scolt. Joyce Long. Rosemary Leonard. BACK: Nancy Evans. Dons Kinla«. Ernestine 
Edwards, Olga Talifeno, Bettina Hargrave. Sheila C. Clarke, Dorothea Rogers. ,\lma Bethea. 



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Effie Barbour 
Rose Bland 
Dolores Bryant 
Delia Byrd 
Carolyn Fisher 
Carolyn Foster 
Linda Foster 
Willie Mae Henry 



I 



Sigma 

Gamma 

Rho 




Sigma Gamma Rho, the youngest of the Greek letter collegiate sororities 
and now an inter-racial organization, was organized November 12, 1922, 
by seven young teachers in Indianapolis. Indiana. On December 30, 1929, 
the sorority was incorporated as a National Collegiate sorority and a 
charter was granted to Alpha chapter at Butler University. 

The sorority strives to foster ideals and encourage education and upright 
living among women. 



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Regina Robinson 
Gloria Shannon 
Mary L'mstead 
Virginia Washington 



Kappa 



Alpha 



PsI 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was founded on the campus of 
Indiana University in Blooniington, Indiana, January 5, 1911. 
The chief aim of Kappa Alpha Psi is to provide the climate 
within which students may acquire a sound moral, intellectual 
and social basis for effective living. Kappa Alpha Psi seeks to 
implement this aim by e.xerting beneficial influence upon the 
attitudes of members and pledges; providing leadership train- 
ing, assisting choice of careers curricula, encouraging 
ACHIEVEMENT, fostering sociality and inculcating principles 
of democratic living. Therefore, Gamma Omicron Chapter 
impresses unity among its" members, perseverance toward its" 
goal, and Phi Nu Pi as its" motto. 




STANDING (left to right): James Taylor, Furman Tisdale. Willie Vick, Benjamin Brown, Vick Scurlock; Joel White. SEATED: Reginald Green, Jerry 
West, Willie Dunn, Sammy Burley, Freddie Vaughns. Howard Warner. George Noble. 



Gamma Sigma Sigma 




FRONT (left to right): Hercule Ballard Qaik. Ernestine Leach, Sterline Haskins, Celestine Joiner, Carolyn Davis, Margaret Brown. Sharon Roman. 
BACK: Josephine Bond, Bessie Bandy, Jo Ann Williams, Carolyn Lucas, Christine Estes, Dorothea Rogers. 



"The Constitutional Convention" of Gamma Sigma Sigma was held at the Beekman Tower in New Yorit 
City, on October 12, 1952. For three days the girls at this first convention devoted their time to devising a 
national constitution acceptable to all. It was hard work, but those present at the meeting were determined 
to produce a constitution worthy of the principles of the group. 

Thus the purpose of this sorority shall be to assembly college and university women in the spirit of service 
to humanity . It shall serve to develop friendship among women of all races and creeds through working side 
by side and through the fulfillment of these goals common to all. The sisters here at St. Aug. have helped at 
programs, made it so your "Sunday best" didn't get dusty in chapel, held activities for the community such 
as the "can food dance " and the "egg hunt", worked downtown at the library. The list goes on showing 
how the sisters of Gamma Sig strive to put their motto, "Unity in Service", into their everyday life. 



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Alpha Phi Omega 



s\« sags 





Miss Interest Club 



1969 probation 




SITTING (left to right): Larry D. James. Oifford Hawkins, Thomas Hawkins, Marceline Hinton, Lionel Cuffie, Glenwood Williams, Thurman Pittman. 
Bill Edwards. STANDING: Vernon Royster, Roy Pearson, Cornell Hinlon, Chester Newsome, Larry Don Currie, Jimmy Huffman, Conrad Lake, 
Andrew Ramseur, Troy Qark, Fred McKinnon, Jerome Miller, Douglass Hunt, Gordon Powell. 



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Pen Staff 




Roosevelt Mosely, Editor-in-Chief 



The "Pen of Saint Augustine's College" has had a strange but informative history. At one time the Saint Augustine's College 

Newspaper was known as the "Falcon". When the Yearbook acquired the name of the "Falcon", the newspaper took on the name 

of the "Pen". In 1967, under the editorship of Danny L. Scaraborugh, the name was changed to the "Pen of Saint Augustine's 

College". Until this date, it has retained this name. In December of 1967, we became involved and we participated vigorously in a 

conference at the Sir Walter Hotel. At this conference. Saint Augustine's College and numerous other colleges got together and 

published a paper. 

As editor, I have involved the staff in the activities of the Raleigh Cooperative Con^^. which is composed of newspaper editors 

from Shaw University, Meredith College, Saint Mary's College, Peace College and North Carolina State University. Through this 

organization, the newspaper editors can exchange ideas and look hopefully toward producing a magazine. The Pen of Saint 

Augustine's College is also a member of the Student Newspaper Project, an organization designed to improve Black Students' 

newspapers. 

For the fust time the Pen of Saint Augustine's College has made a community commitment. We now deliver newspapers to the 

immediate surrounding area of the school. We endeavor to include news that pertains to the community too. This effort is an 

attempt to bridge the gap between the college and the community. 

We would like to thank Mrs. Keck, Mr. Hinton and the Carolinian Staff for their cooperation. 



Roosevelt Mosely 
Editor-in-Chief, 



William T. Farrow 
Assistant Editor 



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reviewing 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Peter M. Adams and James E. Burt, EditorsinChief 



Visit With The 1970 FALCON 



Staff 



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The spring of 1969 announced the birth of the 1970 Falcon as the Co-Editors 
started planning and organizing the 200 page book. The Falcon was the kind 
of massive project its creators looked back on and wondered how it was ever 
published. Thousands of labor hours, headaches, heartaches, trauma-inducing 
situations, and "fun" combined with the growing experience of working with 
a wide variety of personalities and the real dedication that only staff members 
can appreciate, served to bring about the success of this effort. The yearbook 
office became home for us and here we experienced that which no one except 
those who have worked on the Falcon could understand. Only those who 
have immersed themselves in an all-niglit effort to complete a deadline could 
understand the pleasure of contributing something. An editor's appreciation 
to those who stayed with their jobs "through thick and thin ' is a hard thing 
to put into so many words, but it is felt just the same. 

No yearbook is ever completely new. This yearbook too, has similarities to 
the previous Falcon, but there have been changes. Probably the major changes 
have been the extensive use of color, and freshness and creativity of the 
format and copy. We have sought to give a "new look" to the book and have 
strived to encourage greater involvement of the student body. 

This year for the first time we participate in the Southern Regional School 
Press Institute and College Communications Workshop. In this Institute our 
1969 Falcon will be judged by competent judges whose expertise compares 
favorably with the best in the nation. We hope to vie well for the award of 
most outstanding publication in the College Division. 

Finally we would like to thank the Administration for their willingness to 
listen to our problems and complaints. 

Peter M. Adams, James E. Burt 

Co-Editors 

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The "Power" Of 
Organization 




doggone it, you're right! 



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hell, that sounds a-aright! 



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categorizing 




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who said that work can't be fun? 



THE 1970 FALCON 

Peter M. Adams Co-Editor 

James E. Burt Co-Editor 

Marquerite Link Business Manager 

Joan Wood Senior Editor 

Cynthia Jones Layout Editor 

Siiaron Bomar Sports Editor 

James Sweatt Sports Editor 

Mary Mayo Official Secretary 

Deborah Goodson Office Manager 

Staff Copy Editor 



STAFF 



Jeanette Richardson Asst. Bus. Manager 

Carolyn Ames Asst. Bus. Manager 

Esther Boyer Steven Ingran 

Anntoniette Ryals Carolyn Holmes 

Jerome Johnson Gloria Fisher 

Rosemary Moore William Farrow 

Francina Caldwell Richard McCloud 

Ralph Mitchell Sharon Hall 

Jeanelle Pompey Gwen Blocker 

Phillis Long Leila Banes 

Rosa Bland Albert Brooks 

JoAnn Austin Ronald Crudup 

Deborah Heme Caria Powell 

Gloria Upperman Cynthia Goza 

Sheila Bullock Betty Brunson 

Jessica Neal Josephine Jackson 

Lorraine Mitchell Josephine McFayden 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

Professional Willie Bullock 

J. D. Hinton 

Student Photography Conrad E. Lake 

Administrative Assistants Sylvester Peterson 

Lionel Randolph 
Pamela Jones 

Administrative Secretaries Betty Thomas 

Trudy Bailey 



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impromptu study of anatomicaJ phenomena 




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With 

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Best Wishes to: 



The Class of 1970 



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Co-Editors 



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To The Class of 1970 



Good Luck 



Emma T. Williams 



New York City 



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District Manager 
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192 Charlotte, N. C. 



Compliments of 



ST. AUGUSTINE'S NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



PRESIDENT 

Mr. Peter Holden, Sr. 
159-48 Harlem River Drive 
New York, New York 10039 



EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 

Mr. Purdie Anders 
St. Augustine's Colleee 



RECORDING SECRETARY 

Mrs. Shirley Tunstall 
1694 Clay Avenue 
Bronx. N. Y. 10457 



REGIONAL COORDINATOR FOR NEW JERSEY 
Mr. John S. Miller 
136 Summer Avenue 
Plamfield.N. J. 07062 



TREASURER 

Mrs. Mary D. Hamilton 

I 1 1 W. South Street 
Raleigli,N.C. 27602 

WASHINGTON 

Mr. Adam Shaw, President 
3214 W. Street S.E. 
Washington, D. C. 20020 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

Mr. Sylvester Peterson, President 
839 Hadley Road 
RaleiglT,N.C. 27610 

NEW YORK ALL-BORO CHAPTER 
Mr. Louis Belcher, President 

I I 22 Taylor Avenue 
Bronx. N.Y. 10456 

EASTERN CAROLINA 

Mr. Wilton Bethel, President 
706 E. Nash Street 
Wilson, N.C. 27895 

SOUTH CENTRAL CHAPTER 

Mr. Allen Mask, President 
722 Washington Avenue 
Hamlet, N. C. 28345 

TIDEWATER CHAPTER 

Mrs. Ellen A. Perry, President 
1 048 Fairlawn Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23455 

PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA CHAPTER 
Mrs. Frances C. Gordon, President 
330 W. Johnson Street 
Philadelphia. Penna. 19144 

EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Mrs. Geraldine T. Nixon. Act. President 
133 Gale Street 
Edenton, North Carolina 



NORTH JERSEY CHAPTER 

Miss Alice Peterson. President 
1 63 Osborne Terrace 
Newark, N.J. 07112 

CHARLOTTE ALUMNI CHAPTER 
Mr. F. J. Armisted. President 
2531 Dalebrook Drive 
Charlotte, N. C. 28208 

CHICAGO ILLINOIS 

Mr. Irvin McGlother, Act. President 
8519 S. St. Lawrence Street 
Chicago, Illinois 60619 

DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

Mr. Jesse Boston, President 
709 Plum Street 
Durham, N.C. 27701 

GREATER EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA 

Mr. Monty G. Grizzell. President 
1234 Battle Street 
Greenville, N. C. 27834 

BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 
Mr. D. Wendell Jones, President 
3 1 Cameron Avenue 
Somerville. Mass. 02143 

GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER 

Rev. Stafford J. Sweeting, President 
21131 N.W. 30th Ct. 
Miami, Florida 33145 

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 

Mr. Joseph Bennett 
A & T State University 
Greensboro, N. C. 

BALTIMORE. MARYLAND 

Mr. Carlton Hood 
3910 Wabash Avenue 
Bahimore.Md. 21215 



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College Bookstore 



The College Bookstore is located on the ground floor of the Student 
Union. It is equipped with all necessary books and supplies needed for 
students to excel in academic endeavors. 




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Have a 
sandwich 



dessert. 



Pine State Ice Cream Sandwich. 



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Everyone Knows 
Everyone goes . . 



Hudson 




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YEARBOOK PATRONS 



Talmadge Hunt 

Mary Hamilton 

N. E. Boston 

Joseph Bennett 

Louise Summers 

Adams Shaw 

M. Adrian Dixon 

Amos Norwood 

Lawrence Brown 

J. A. Wooden 

Homer Debnam 

Manson Jones 

Mrs. Janet Marchena 

Mrs. Louise Morgan Maye 

Mrs. Mabel B. Clifton 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Watson 

Shirley Tunstall 

Annie Hatchel 



Jennie Davis White 

Milton A. Armistead 

Annie M. Edwards 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Mooney 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Moraan 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Skinner 

Louis Belcher 

Mrs. B. W. Blue 

Phillip O. Hand 

Eloise Hilliard 

Helen C. Galloway 

Laura C. Hand 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ximines 

Mr. and Mrs. L E. Spraggins 

Miss Ester Boyer 

Noah's Arch 

Edenton Street Cleaners 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Perry 



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Senior Directory 



1. Adams. Eva Maria 

2. Adams. Peter M. 

3. Ames. Carolyn Margaret 

4. Baham, Jocelyn A. 

5. Ballard. Hercule Elveta 

6. Banes. Lelia M. 

7. Beatty. Christine E. 

8. Berry, Barbara Ann 

9. Birdsall. Barbara C. 

10. Bland. Rose Camilla 

1 1 . Bond, Viola Burrell 

12. Bomar, Sharon Y. 

13. Brinson. Betty Jerrell 

14. Brooks, Albert N. Jr. 

15. Brown, Margaret 

16. Bruton.Myra 

17. Caldwell. Francina 

18. Collier. Richard E. 

19. Canady, Edna Marie 

20. Crandell. Mary Alice 

21. Crudup. Ronald Keith 

22. Cuffee. Lionel A. 

23. Currie. Larry D. 

24. Davis. Carolyn 

25. Debham, Shirley A. 

26. Dobson. Eugene 

27. Dunn, Mazie B. 

28. Egerton, Sarah L. 

29. Fisher, Carolyn L. 

30. Fisher, Gloria H. 

31. Foster, Carolyn A. 

32. Foster, Patricia 

33. Fowler. Joyce A. 

34. Gilmore. Raymond Leroy 

35. Goffigan, Lydia J. 

36. Goza, Cynthia B. 

37. Green. Ann 

38. Green. Reginald 

39. Green. Rose 

40. Harden, Danette 

41. Harris. Ella 

42. Haskins, Elaine S. 

43. Henry. Stella 

44. Heme. Deborah L. 

45. Holmes. Carolyn J. 

46. Houston. Andrew T. 

47. Huggins. Jacequeline A. 

48. Jackson, Josephine 

49. James, Larry D. 

50. Johnson. Clifford 
5L Johnson, Jerone C. 

52. Jones, Bettie M. 

53. Jones. George A. 

54. Jones, Mildred D. 

55. Jones, Morris K. 

56. Jordan, Brenda 

57. Joshua, Victor E. 

58. Joyner, Celestine 

59. Kent, Doria J. 

60. Kniglit, Mary R. 



Post Office Box 82, Henderson, N.C. 
217 Bart Street, Raleigh, N.C. 
640 Newton Road, Virginia Beach, Va. 
141 Avant Drive, Wilmington, N.C. 
3006-I4th Street N.E., Washington, DC. 
6430 S.W. 57th Court, .Miami, Fla. 
Route 1. Box 269. Council. N. C. 
Route 1 . Box 392. Trenton, N.C. 
605 East Edenton Street, Raleigh, N.C. 
1 103 East Booker Circle, Petersburg, Va. 
Route 1, Box 322, Windsor, N.C. 
419 Spooner Avenue, Plainfield, N.C. 
2313 Rock Quarry Road, Raleigh, N. C. 
600 Rutledge Avenue. Charleston. N.C. 
Route 1 , Box 336, Inman, S.C. 
10130 West Indigo Street. Perrine, Fla. 
Box 30, Jenkinsville, S.C. 
1317 Hamlin Avenue. Robbins. 111. 
Route 3, Box 489, Kinston, N.C, 
Route l,Box 115,Robersonville,N.C. 
105 Jones Street, Chesapeake, Va. 
614 Edinburg Avenue. Chesapeake, Va. 
Route 2, Box 339, Whiteville, N.C, 
B-23 Washington Terrace, Raleigh, N.C. 
Route 3, Wake Forest. N.C. 
Route 1, Box 139, Magnolia, N.C, 
811 E. Davie St., Raleigh, N.C. 
Route 3, Box 2-E, Warrenton, N.C. 
1894 Bergen St.. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

708 Darby St., Raleigh, N.C. 
39 Sycamore St., Startex, S.C. 
Rt. I.Greer, S.C. 

P.O. Box 466. Taylors. S.C. 

136 Sumner Avenue, Plainfield, N.J. 

1408 First Colonial Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. 

709 Delany Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 
413'/2 Alston St.. Raleigh. N.C. 
Rt. 5, Box 30, Charleston, S.C. 
1310 Smithfield St.. Raleigh. N.C. 
1003 West 40th St.. Savannah, Ga. 
Rt. l.Box 104, Pantego,N.C. 
1400 Hibie Street, Norfolk, Va. 
2246 Washington Ave.. Bronx, N.Y. 
82 Spring St., Charleston, S.C. 

18 Morris St.. Charleston, S.C. 

14 Crescent Ave., Jersey City, N.J. 

15 Kenilworth Ave.. Charleston, S.C. 
Meridian, Ga. (P.O. Box 45) 

1309 Nun St.. Wilmington. N.C. 

51-A Butler St.. Norwalk. Conn. 

2133 Lynhurst Drive. Raleigh. N.C. 

1 19 North 3rd St.. Maxton, N.C. 

Route l.Box 529, Gamer, N.C. 

1328 Centerville Tpke. Rd.. Va. Beach, Va. 

273 South 58th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

203 South Tarboro St.. Raleigh, N.C. 

9508 Yale Ave.. Cleveland, Ohio 

Route 1, Box 120A, Murfreesboro, N.C. 

Route 4, Box 140, Wilson, N.C. 

129 Rodriquez Drive, Va. Beach, Va. 



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61. 


Lassiter, Margaret 


62. 


Leach . Ernestine 


63. 


Lessene, Gwendolyn 


64. 


Long. Phillis 


65. 


Lovick. Geraldine 


66. 


Lucas. Hermina 


67. 


Lymon, Cynthia 


68. 


Martin, Herbert 


69. 


Mask. Nathaniel E. 


70. 


McCloud, Richard 


71. 


McDowell, Harry 


72. 


Merriweather, Johnniw Mae 


73. 


Mitchell, Lillian 


74. 


McEwen, Edward 


75. 


Miller, Mack T. 


76. 


Moore, Rosemary L. 


77. 


Morgan, Ann S. 


78. 


Morgan, Geraldine 


79. 


Moring, Brenda Jo 


80. 


Mosley. Roosevelt M. 


81. 


Murphy, Arden 


82. 


McFayden, Josephine 


83. 


Neely , Beverly 


84. 


Nelson, Carol Ann 


85. 


Noble, George 


86. 


Nimmons, Shirley W. 


87. 


Perkins, Carolyn F. 


88. 


Otey, Carolyn Ann 


89. 


Perry, Claudia 


90. 


Pierce, Edmond M. 


91. 


Pittman, Thurman 


92. 


Pompey, Jannelle H. 


93. 


Poole, Donald J. 


94. 


Powell, Caria LaJuan 


95. 


Powell, Pamela J. 


96. 


Reddick,Judy E. 


97. 


Richardson, Jeanette 


98. 


Royster, Vernon 


99 


Ryals, Anntoniette 


100 


Scott, Michael 


101 


Scott, Peggy L. 


102 


Shannon, Gloria J. 


103 


Simmons. Daniel 


104 


Sims, Ernestine 


105 


Sims, Nora 


106 


Singletary, Edith 


107 


Skinner, Febbie J. 


108 


Smith, Lonice 


109 


Smith, Ophelia 


110 


Smith, Percy L.,Jr. 


111 


Smith, PemellG. 


112 


Spain. Carolyn W. 


113 


Speller, Vemestine D. 


114 


Stallings, Hillard W. 


lis 


Stephenson, Shirley M. 


116 


Stewart, Patricia 


117 


. Suggs. Marsha 


118 


. Sweatt. James 


119 


. Sydnor, Stephen M. 



725 Rock Quarry Road, Raleigh, N.C. 

Route 3, Box 135, Fuquay-Varina, N.C. 

191-36 113th Rd.,St. Albans. L.l. N.Y. 

6017 New Hampshire Ave., N.E. Wash., DC. 

Route 6, Box 231, Kinston, N.C. 

253 Rutledge Ave.. Charleston, S.C. 

13944 Grace St., Robbins, 111. 

Post Office Box 271, Latta, S.C. 

2661 Glenwood Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 1 10 North 9th St.. Wilmington, N.C. 

Route 1 , Box 324, Orrum, N.C. 

1125 Walnut St .Raleigh, N.C. 

909 South Oriole Drive, Va. Beach, Va. 

161 John St., Princeton, N.J. 

672 Mitchell St., Macon, Ga. 

P.O. Box 593, Tuskegee Inst., Ala. 

1714 Fountain Drive. Raleigh, N.C. 

619 Chamberlain St., Raleigh, N.C. 

804 East Lane St., Raleigh, N.C. 

Route 2, Box 2257. Va. Beach, Va. 

540 E. 169th St., 12E, Bronx, N.Y. 

216 Wilcox Ave., Portsmouth. Va. 

4231 S.W. 24th St.. West Hollywood. Fla. 

167 Clinton Ave.. New Rochell. N.Y. 

Box 63. Darien. Ga. 

417 Hill Street, Raleigh, N.C. 

Route 1, Box 122, Vanceboro, N.C. 

5709 Blaine Ave. N.E., Washington, D.C. 

Route 1 , Box 235, Woodland, N.C. 

P.O. Box 513, Windsor, N.C. 

507 Albemarle Ave., Rocky Mount, N.C. 

5921 Jefferson Street. Philadelphia, Pa. 

2409 Bedford Ave.. Raleigh, N.C. 

614 Fernwood Drive, Akron, Ohio 

614 Fernwood Drive, Akron, Ohio 

P.O. Box 294, Ellerbe,N.C. 

1 115 Dock Street, Wilmington. N.C. 

2022 Richard Avenue. Hampton. Va. 
Route l.Box 152. Townsend, Ga. 

125 7th Avenue. Folsom. Pa. 

755-29th Street. Newport News. Va. 
Route 1. Box 246, Belcross, N.C. 

Route 1, Box 235, Frogmore, S.C. 

277 Caulder Circle, Spartanburg, S.C. 

519 North 14th Street, Ft. Pierce, Fla. 

207 Cuba Street, Raleigh, N.C. 

1642 Atlantic Avenue, Va. Beach, Va. 

Route 1, Box 139-B, Clarkton, N.C. 

Route l.Box 142-H. Townsend, Ga. 

1338 Walnut St.. Raleigh. N.C. 

Route 1 . Box 284. South Hill. Va. 

307 Holmes Drive, Weldon, N.C. 

709 Ghent Street, Windsor, N.C. 

82 Madison Avenue, Jersey City, N.J. 

P.O. Box 134, Garysburg. N.C. 

836 Newcombe Road, Raleigh, N.C. 

Box 89, LaGrange,N.C. 

622 East Littleton Rd., Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 

241 1 S. 2nd Street, Arlington, Va. 



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120. Taylor, Rudolph 

121. Thomas, Robbie J. 

122. Upchurch, Clariton 

123. Walker, Celestine 

124. Warner, Howard Laster. Jr. 

125. Watson, Betsy J. 

126. Whitaker, Anna M. 

127. Whitley, Gerald 

128. Williams. Dell 

129. Williams, Glenwood 

130. Williams, Inez 

131. Wilson, Isaiah, Jr. 

132. Winn. Richard M. 

133. Wood, Jean L. 

134. Wriglit, Gwendolyn M. 

135. Yates, Dorothy A. 

136. Young. Zelma R. 

137. Hewett, Barbara 

138. Cannon, Guesner 



4 Langston Blvd., Hampton. Va. 
Route 1 . Bo\ 76. LaCrosse, Va. 
406 E. South Street. Raleigh, N.C. 
1 1 16 Gregg Street. Raleigh, N.C. 
307 4th Street. Perry, Fla. 
416 Bragg Street, Raleigh, N.C. 
Route I , Box 57, Enfield, N.C. 
418 Hollowell Ave., Goldsboro, N.C. 
150 West 96th Street, New York, N.Y. 
1007 Stantonburg Street, Wilson, N.C. 
31 28 North 7th St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Route 4. Box 121, Windsor, N.C. 
1458 Union Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
869 Dillon Ave. (Apt. A.), Norfolk, Va. 
101 S. Pine St., Bridgeton, N.J. 
323 New Rand Road, Garner, N.C. 
707 Coleman Street. Raleigh, N.C. 
Route 2, Box 82, Supply, N.C. 
638 Marlboro St., Aiken, S.C. 




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