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Jjie 1964 

iJ'a aeHeoiuian 



PRESENTED BY 

THE STUDENTS 
OF 

FAYETTEVILLE STATE COLLEGE 

FAYEHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 





1. Good citizenship. 

2. Competence in teaching skills. 

3. Desirable professional attitudes. 

4. Skill in the communication of ideas. 

5. An adequate understanding of children. 



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6. An adequate knowledge of contemporary life. 

7. Adequate specialization in one's chosen field. 

8. A well developed and integrated sense of values. 

9. Development to the height of individual ability. 

10. A sound understanding of the role of the teacher and school in society. 





"The knowledge man needs is that of himself." Our experiences 
at Fayetteville State have provided the means by which we realize 
our assets, our weaknesses, our capabilities. The years spent here 
have occasioned us to multiply our assets, strengthen our weakness- 
es, and develop our capabilities to the highest potential. 

With the recording of the events of another year in the annals of 
time, come reminiscences of a prosperous year- -reminiscences 
which will always be cherished by those of us who share the fruits of 
this year. The joys, the sorrows, the hopes, the anxieties, the achieve- 
ments, the failures flavor these fruits. 

We, the Fayettevillian Staff, attempt to capture these reminis- 
cences in the pages of this the 1964 Fayettevillian. 




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INTRODUCTION 

THEME 

DEDICATION 

CAMPUS 

ADMINISTRATION 

FACULTY 



CLASSES 

ORGANIZATIONS 

GREEKLAND 

CAMPUS QUEENS 

FEATURES 

SPORTS 



FINALE 



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1917_jOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY-! 963 



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Dnereas, me people of our naiiou aiia tne free wor/a are siunnea ana saa- 
(fenecf So iJie draaic c/eam of J''resicfeot. -I^giinecfi/; ana 

m 

LJnereas, t/ie J resiaeni was a man of great personal inleqri I ii — a snining 
example of t/ie purpose of failJi at worJi in m-en; a man of onunaless uiiaJitij 
and energij^- a man fearless and (fauntJess in l/ie advocacu of ine rian/s and 
privileges of all :nen to snare fulJg in the Iieritage of our nation; a man ait/i . 
a neuer-faiJing sense of /jumor,- a famiJc/ man; a man of courage; a man 
fvnose life was aui/t upon a concern for numan aignitu and i/ik ideal of free- 
dom for all people; therefore^ 6e it 



Jlnown. t/iat ttie students of iagetteuij/e Otate C>o//ege express a profound 
sense of loss in Ine deatli of our t^'resident .Jo/in 7it6gerala tl^^iinedu^ and 
join an people evergrvnere in e\ /ending our deepest sgmpatng to t/ie mem- 
oers of tne J resicfent\s fami/g. "— 




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J resioenPs J/Tessaae 

The Class of 1964 will always be a significant 
one in the history of this college. In this class are 
the first graduates in majors other than elementary 
education. It is also significant that during this 
year the student body became integrated for the 
first time. The senior class is the first one re- 
quired to make a certain score on the National 
Teacher Examination in order to be certified to 
teach in North Carolina. The Class of 1964 will be 
the first to graduate with the name of Fayetteville 
State College on their diplomas. 

As the seniors depart I congratulate them on 
their contribution toward improving the standards 
and the intellectual atmosphere of the college. We 
shall follow their progress in the future with much 
interest. We hope that a spark has been kindled 
here that will inspire them to move onward and up- 
ward reflecting credit upon themselves and upon 
Fayetteville State College. 



Rudolph Jones 
President 








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President Rudolph Joi 
A.B., M.Jl, Ph.D. 




DR. M. E. MOORE, JR. 
B.S., M.A., ED. D. 

I am pleased to extend congratulations to the student body for their efforts in making this school year a suc- 
cessful academic pursuit. 

The College is depending upon you to uphold high academic standards which characterize its history. Continue 
to use your vitality and courage to advance your scholastic potential; intelligence can not be acquired without ex- 
ercise. 

Seniors--you have distinguished yourselves in various fields of labor; therefore, you are our representatives. 

Whatever happens to you happens to the College. You can never be separated from it. Because of your rich and 

noble experiences here, I am sure that your services in a world of opportunity will be most rewarding. 

Malvin E. Moore, Jr. 
Dean of the College 



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Mildred S. Johnson 
Accountant 
Certificate, 
Southwestern University 



A. J. Pindle, Business Manager 
B.S., Hampton Institute 






Lila L. Harper 

Cashier 

B.S.. N.C.C. at Durham 



George E. Sanders 
Accounting Clerk 
B.S., St. Augustine's College 
Candidate for M.S., 
N.C.C. at Durham 



Patricia F. Parker 

Secretary 

Diploma, Fayetteville State 

College 







Vance E. McBroom 

Supt. Bldgs. & Grouds- 

Certificate, 

A. & T. College 



Beulah W. Jones 

Dietitian 

M.S., N.C.C. at Durham 



Theresa K. Hicks 

Asst. Dietitian 

B.S., A. & T. College 



Etrulia G. Rucker 

Operator 

Certif., A. & T. College 



J\ecoros /Ino Admissions 




Registrar 

Lenna M. Means 

B.S., South Carolina State College 



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Librarian 
Nathalene L. Smith 
M.A., N. C. C. at Durham 



Joycesteene Ruffin 
Asst. Circulation 
Librarian, B.S. 
Houston- Tillot son 
College 





Clerk 

Bettie E. Person 
Diploma, Payne's 
Bus. & Sec. Sch., 
Shaw University 



Typist 

Fannie L. Willis 
Diploma, Williston 
Industrial School 



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LiUionteen Whitehurst 
Circulation Librarian 
B.A., N.C.C. at Durham 



Annie P. Adams 

Asst. Circulation 

Librarian 

B.S., Alabama State 

College 




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Marie M. Williams 
Catalogue Librarian 
M.S. inL.S., N. C. C 
at Durham 



Viola P. Chapman, Typist 
Certificate, Fayetteville 
State College 






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^iuoeni J ersonneJ Deparimeni 





J. C. Jones, Dean of Students 
N. C. College at Durham, M.A. 



A. W. Shephard, Dean of Women 
M.S.. New York University 






S. A. Burton 
Dorm. Counselor 
B.S., A. & T. CoUeg 



D. G. Coles 
Dorm. Counselor 
Certif. Meyers 
St. School 





Robert Perdue 

Asst. Dorm. Counselor, 

M.A., Atlanta University 



Frank Robinson 
Dorm. Counselor 
B.S., Shaw University 



W. M. Gannaway 
Dorm. Counselor 
Certif. Barber 
Memorial Seminary 



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M. E. Singletary 
Dorm. Counselor 
B.S., Fayetteville 
State College 





Perry Leazer 
Dorm. Counselor 
M.S.. N. C. College 
at Durham 



M. H. Nicholson 
Dorm. Counselor 
A.B., Johnson C. 
Smith University 





Ivey E. Williams 
Dorm. Counselor 
B.S., Fayetteville 
State College 



Aurelia L. Young 
Dorm. Counselor 
B.S. Barber- 
Scotia College 



Martha Doster 
Secretary to Dean 
of Students 
Certif. Fayetteville 
State College 





Winifred Lefft 
Secretary to Dean 
of Women 
B.S., S. C. State 
College 



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Lula S. Williams 

Director of Student Teaching 



David W. Bishop 

Director of Summer School 




Odell Uzzell 

Director of Alumni Relations 




Charles D. Sanders 
Director of Public Relations 



^o/ninis/rah'oe ^ecreiaries 




Alice Jones 
Secretary to President 
B.S.C. North Carolina College 




Reniiie Galbreth 
Secretary, Office of Dean 
B.S.C. North Carolina 
College at Durham 




Peggy Green, Secretary 
Office of Dean 
Certificate, Cortez Peters 
Business School 



Depariineni of Jjusiness t^ducaiion 






W. M. Robinson 

M.Ed., Univ. of Pittsburgh 



C. V. Norwood C. V. Stokes 

M.A., Columbia University M.A., New York University 



Deparinieni of C cfuca/ion dc J^st/c/20/oqi/ 




Marguerite S. Frierson 
Ph.D.. Ohio State University 
Department Head 




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Charles A. Asbury 
M.A., N. C. C. at Durham 





Lorena C. Carter 

M.A., Columbia University 







Walter T. Pace 


Howard S. Smith 


Percy Young 


Lula S. Williams 


Ed.D.. Wayne State 


Ed.M., Rutgers University 


D.Ed.. Harvard University 


M.A.. Columbia University 


University 









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Depariineni of Cnonsn 




Edward D, Clark 

M.A., New York University 

Acting Dept. Head 





Grace C. Black 
M.B.A., Univ. of Kansas 





Constance M. Frazier 
M.A., Miami University 





Richard D. Goodwin 
B.A., Univ. of Washington 



Winifred Johnson 
M.A., Howard Univ. 



Mildred P. Jones 

M.S., Catholic University 



Annie C. King 

M.A.. N. C.C. at Durhan 






Laura H. Lewis 

B.S., University of Georgia 



Elaine M. Newsome 
M.A.. Howard Univ. 



Minnetta H. Scott 

Ed.M., Univ. of Pittsburgh 



Lois Turner 




M.A., Univ. of Pennsylvania 



£>epaHmeni oj Ji'ne CTlris 






Bacote. Thomas B. 

M.A., Columbia University 



Chick, Helen T. 
M.S., Virginia State 
College 



Eldridge, Mary T. 
M.F.A., Carnegie Institute 
of Technology 
Department Head 





Jenkins, Harvey C. 

M.A., Columbia University 



Roach, HUdred 
M.M., Yale University 



Depar/men/ of 7orei^n Sanouaoes 




Fuentevilla, Alberto 
Doctor En Leyes, 
University of Havana 



Curry, Virginia F. 
Ph.D., Indiana University 
Department Head 




Le Blanc, H. S. 

M.A., University of Illinois 



Tay, Brigitte 

Baccalaureateat in Philosophy 
University of Dijon, France 



Deparimeni oj^ J leal in (£ J nysical C oucah'on 




Harold L. Scott, Dept. Head 
Ed.M., University of Pittsburgh 





Frank P. Robinson 
B.S., Shaw University 





Dorothy Redmond 
M.Ed., Tennessee 
A. & I. State University 





Page P. Saunders 


Lauraetta 3. Taylor 


Daniel WUliams 


Elizabeth A. Young 


M.S., West Virginia 


M.A., Columbia University 


M.S.P.H., N. C. College 


M.Ed., Boston University 


University 




at Durham 





Deparhneni of Oocah'ona/ ana Jechnical ^Hs 





Thomas Gavin, Dept. Head 
M.S., A. & T. College 



Charles E. Austin 
B.S., Hampton Institute 



T)epaHmeni of Science (£ JKaiJiemaiics 




Henry M. Eldridge 
Ed.D., Univ. of Pittsburgh 
Department Head 




Wilhelmina W. Bishop 
M.Ed., Univ. of 
North Carolina 




Cynthia S. Bond 
M.A., Columbia Univ. 




Tyng Tsair Chao 
Ph.D. Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute 




Valeria P. Fleming 
M.S., N. C. C. at Durham 




Bobby L. Fuse 

M.A., Atlanta University 




Joseph L. Knuckles 
Ph.D., University 
of Connecticut 




Perry R. Leazer 

M.S., N.C.C. at Durham 




Richard P. Robinson 
M.A., Columbia University 



2)e pari men i of aJociaJ Sciences 




Odell Uzzell, Ph. D. 
Ohio State University 
Department Head 




David W. Bishop 


Hubert R. Doub 


Marion George 


Ph.D., Catholic 


M.A., University 


Ph.D.. Ohio State 


Univ. of America 


of Pennsylvania 


University 




Reid E. Jackson 
Ph.D.. Ohio State 
University 




Robert Perdue 

M.A., Atlanta University 




John C. Jones 

M.A., N. C. C. at Durham 




Otto M. Pharr 
A.M., University of 
Michigan 




Shia-ling Liu 

Ed.D., North Texas State 

University 




Charles D. Sanders 
Ed.D., Oregon State 
University 






Robert Massey 
M.A.. McCormick 
Theological Seminary 




Page Saunders 
M.S.. West Virginia 
University 



Jjeparinieni of Social (sciences 




Chacko C. Thomas 
Ph.D.. State Univ. of Iowa 




Clarence H. Thomas 
Th.M., Union Theological 
Seminary 



Jiew S7ns/ruc/ors Jor 2nd ^e/nes/er 







June McDonald 

B.A., Mt. Holyoke College. 

Candidate for Ph.D. in 

English from the University 

of Connecticut 

Dept. of English 




Bettye S. Matter 
B.S., A. & T. College 
Secretary to Faculty 




Kalu Ume 

M.A.. Atlanta University 

Department of Social 

Sciences 



M. S. James 
B.S., Florida 
A. & M. University 
College Nurse 








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ANDREWS, BILLIE 
ico, S. C. 



ARNOLD, SHIRLEY 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



SNEA 
Future Alur 



Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority 







BAIN, FAYE 


BATTLE, JAMES 


BATTLE, SHIRLEY 


BELL, SHIRLEY 


Lumber Bridge, N. C. 


Rocky Mount, N. C. 


Rocky Mount, N. C. 


Monroe, N. C. 


Elem. Ed., Grammar 


Physical Education 


English, Minor: Speech 


Elem. Ed., Grammar 


Day Student Organization 
Future Alumni 


Future Alumni 
SNEA 


NAACP, Pyramid Club 
Drama Guild 


Choir 

Library Reading Clu 


Band 


Physical Education Club 


Student Tutorial Stall 


Baptist Student Unior 






Future Alumni 


Alpha Kappa Alpha 







BRINSON, SENOBIA 
FayettevUle, N. C. 




3UDD 


ETTA MAE 


m. oi 


ive, N. C. 


Elem. 


Ed., Primar 


^eadir 


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SNEA 




Future 


Alumni 


JJAACP 




BURNEY, ALVIN W. 
FayettevUle, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Minor: Art 
Day Student Organizatio 



FayettevUle, N. C. 



Day Student Organizati< 



gton Club 

inister Fellowship 
Dance Group 
Harris Hall Dorm. Associ 



CALLENDER, FRANCES 
Windsor, N. C. 
Elem. Education 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority 




CAMERON, SHIRLEY 
Cameron, N. C. 



CANTY, LESLIE, JR. 

Garland, N. C. 

History, Minor: Gov. 

YMCA 

Sampson County Club 



CAPEL, ROBERT 
Candor, N. C. 
— 1. Ed., Grammar 
jge Choir 
ptist Student Union 
.., 'St minister Fellowship 




CHANCE, JOHN MATTHEW 
Wade, N. C. 

Biology, Minor: Spanish 
Day Student Organization 
Biology Club 





CHEEK, EFFIE ONZELLE 
Warrenton, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Primary 
SNEA 




CHEEK, GLENDA ANNETTE 
Halilax, N. C. 



College Marshals 
litory Assoc 



CLARK, HAZEL 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 
Elem. Education 
Delta Sigma 
Theta Sorority 



Pres. Delta Sigms 
Theta Sorority 




COLEY, NORMA JEAN 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Bus. Education 
Future Alumni 
FBLA 



GOTTEN, WILLARD, E. 
Pittsboro, N. C. 
Phy. Ed., Minor: 
Health Education 







linister Fellowship 



DORSEY, MARGARET JANE 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



SNEA 

Day Student Organization 




DOUGLAS, JANE 
Durham, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Prim- 
Student NEA 
Drama Guild 



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DUPREE, EQUILLER 
WUson, N. C. 



Wilson Student Club 



EDENS, MARUARET A. 
Hamlet, N. C. 



ELLIS, iREDEHIUK B. 
New York, N. Y. 
T-,__.:-L «^inor: Speech 

Kappa Alpha Psi 
Fraternity 

tball Team 




EVERETT, ROSETTA 
Raeford, N. C. 



EWING, LONNIE C. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
Auto. Mechanics 



FISHER, FRANCES P. 


FLOWERS, DORETH/ 


Roseboro, N. C. 


Tarboro, N. C. 


Elem. Ed., Primary 


Baptist Student Union 


Methodist Fellowship 


SNEA 


Club 


YWCA 


Future Alumni 


Future Alumni 


Day Student Organization 


Dormitory Assoc. 


Dormitory Assoc. 








FLOWERS, WILLETTE 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

Elem. Ed., Primary 

Band 

Future Alumni 

SNEA 


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OYD, ETHEL PEARL 

irmont, N. C. 

em. Ed., Grammar 

oir 

ama Guild 

ture Alumni 

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GEORGE, WILLIAM G. 

Smithfield, N. C. 

Sociology, Minor: Hist. 

Choir 

SNEA 

Social Science Club 

YMCA 


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ERALD, JEAN B 
mmington, N. C. 
lem. Ed., Prima 
NEA 


uture Alumni 
ewman Club 
rama Guild 
elta Sigma Theta 



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GILMORE, DOUGLAS 


GRAHAM, OLIVIA 


GREEN, JEANNE 


GURLEY, NANCY 


FayettevUle, N. C. 


Red Springs, N. C. 


Kinston, N. C. 


FayettevUle, N. C 


Biology, Minor: Chem. 


Business Education 


Elem. Ed. 


Secretarial Scienc 


Biology Club 


Phi Beta Lambda 






SNEA 


Future Alumni 
F.B.L.A. 








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HENDON, NELSON E. 

Spring Lake, N. C. 

Sociology, Minor: Hist. 

SNEA 

Future Alumni 

College Marshals 

Social Science Club „ 

Drama Guild 

Day Student 

Organization 




HESTER, GLORIA A. 

Bladenboro, N. C. 

Elem. Ed., Grai 

SNEA 

Future Alumni 

Drama Guild 



HEWETT, PURVIS 
Supply, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Gramti 



HILL, JIMMIE 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
Future Alumni 
Day Student 
Organization 
Phys. Ed. Major 




HILL, LYNWOOD 
Flushing, N. Y. 
Sociology, Minor: Hist. 
College Marshals 
Drama Guild 
SNEA 



HODGE, ROSALIND 
Henderson, N. C. 




HOLMES, JOYCE 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
.English, Minor: Art 
ieta Phi Beta Sorority 
Drama Guild 

c Council 




Cho 




HOOD, GEORGE 



I. Ed., Gram; 
Student Council 
SNEA 

Reading Club 
Future Alumni 



INGRAM 


DOROTHY 


Fayettev 


He, N 


C. 


Secretar 


al Scic 


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Day Stud 


;nt 




Drganiza 


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JACKSON, PAUL 
Carthage, N. C. 
Biology, Minor: Chf 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fr 
Biology Club 
Choir 



JACOBS, FANNIE 
Coats, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Gramra 



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JOHNSON, ELLEN 
FayettevUle, N. C. 
" " ih, Minor: Spe 



SNEA 
College Ma 



JOHNSON, JOSEPH 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
Biology, Minor: Mus 



Universities and CoUe 
Alpha Kappa Mu 
Student Government 



JOHNSON, MAGGIE 
Tabor City, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Graj 



SNEA 
College Choii 



JOHNSON, MATTIE 
Wadesboro, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Gramr 
Ivy Leaf Club 

;a 

Women's Collegiate ( 




JOHNSON, MARY 


JOHNSON, WILLIAM 


JONES, EVA 


JONES, WILLIAM 


Pinetops, N. C. 


Hartford, Connecticut 


Whiteville, N. C. 


English, Minor; S 


Elem. Ed., Primary 


Physical Ed. 


Elem. Ed. Primary 


Drama Guild 


Band 


Football 


Archonian Club 


SNEA 


SNEA 


Track 


Day Student Organization 


College Marshals 


Future Alumni 


Letter men Club 






Drama Guild 









JUSTICE, ANNIE LEE 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Elem. Ed., Gra 

Day Student Ori 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 



KING, ALBERT LEWIS 



LEAK, 


GWENDOLYN 


Sanford, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Grammar 


Vestminister Fellow 


Band 

S.N.E. 
Future 


A. 
Alum 


ni Assoc 








MCALLISTER, DOUGLAS 
Rocky Point, N. C. 



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McAllister, fred d. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
— 1. Ed., Grar 



Veterans Club 
S.N.E.A. 




E, SHADY RUTH 
■me, N. C. 



Day Student Organization 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 
Charles Chesnutt Reading 
Club 





McDOUGALD, ELSIE LEE 


McGUlRE, ADDIE LEE 


McKOY, ALVIN LEON 


McKOY, SHIRLEY W. 


FayettevUle, N. C. 




Fayetteville, N. C. 


Leland, N. C. 


Fayetteville, N. C. 


English, Minor: Fren 


eh 


Elementary Education 


Elem. Ed., Grammar 


Business Education 


Future Alumni 




Primary 


Wilmington Student 


Phi Beta Lambda 


Choir 




Drama Guild 


Club 


Day Student Organizat 


Drama GuUd 




S.N.E.A. 


Westminister Fellowship 




Alpha Kappa Alpha 




Future Alumni 


Drama Guild 




Sorority 




Day Student Organization 


College Marshals 




Voice Staff 






Future Alumni 






McLEOD, WILLIS B. S. 
Dunn, North Carolina 



President, Kappa Alpha 
Psi Fraternity, Beta 
Kappa Chi Scientific 
Honor Society 
Who's '^ 




IrNATH, WILLIE MAE 
vUle, N. C. 
entary Education 
ary 
Day Student Organization 



McNeil, franklin 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Elementary Education 



MELVIN, EDNA VIRGINIA 


White 


Oalc, N 


C. 


Elem 


Ed., G 


rammar 


S.N.E.A. 




Bapti 


5t Stude 


nt Union 


Futur 


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Choir 






Alpha 


Kappa 


Alpha 


Oorm 


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soc. 





MONROE, JOSEY B. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Grammar 
Day Student's Organizati( 
Drama Guild 
S.N.E.A. 
Future Alumni 



MONTGOMERY, SYLVESTER 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
Biology (Major) 
Chemistry (Minor) 
Phi Beta Sigma 
S.N.E.A. 
Biology Club 
Future Alumni 



MOSLEY, JOHNNIE ROY 
La Grange, N. C. 
Auto-Mechanics 
Future Alu 



Future Alu 
Football Tt„. 
French Club 







NEWMAN, JAMES GRAHAM 



Elem. Ed., Gr 
Future Alumn 




NOBLE, GLADYS 

ops, N. C. 
Elem. Ed,, Gramir 
Choir 
Y.W.C.A. 
S.N.E.A., B.S.U. 
Future Alumni 



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PARNELL, ASBERINE 
Rowland, N. C. 
Business Education 
Phi Beta Lambda 
Who's Who 
Zeta Phi B«a Sorority 



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PATTERSON, ARTHUR 



Physical Education 
Varsity Club 



PEACE, CATHERINE E. 
Henderson, North Carolina 
Elcm. Ed., Primary 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 
College Marshals 
Future Alumni 
Y.W.C.A. 



POHLMANN, MARY MICHALES 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Biology (Major) 

Chemistry (Minor) 

Phi Sigi ■' 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Day Student Organization 

Biology Club 

Texas Academy of Science 

Association 



QUICK, MAE ELMA 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



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RAMSEY, JAMES 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
Future Alumni 
Elem. Ed., Grami 



RANKIN, BETTYE JEAN 
Greensboro, N. C. 



RANKIN, FRANCES ANN 
Concord, N. C. 



RAY, EVELYN 
Dunn, North Ca: 
Elem. Ed., Prii 
Future Alumni 



Pyramid Club 
Future Alu~-' 





RAY, JAMES HOWARD 


REED, GLOVER JEAN 


RICHARDS, LEOLA PETERSON 


RIVERS, ROSETTA 




Fayetteville, N. C. 


Latta, Sout 


h Carolina 


FayettevUle, N. C. 


Wadesboro, N. C. 




Sociology (Major) 
History (Minor) 


Sociology 1 
History (M 


Major) 


Elem. Ed., Primary 
Band 


Elem. Ed., Primary 
College Choir 




College Marshals 


Social Scie 


nee Club 


Day Student Organization 


Alpha Kappa Alpha Sor 


jrity 


3ay Student Organization 
Social Science Club 


Senior Cou 
Future Alu 


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Future Alumni 


Student N.E.A. 
Future Alumni 






ROSS, ELBERT MILTON 
Lawndale, N. C. 
Biology (Major) 
Chemistry (Minor) 
Basketball Team 
Track Team 



ROOKS, JOHN 
Kinston, North Carol 
Elem. Ed., Grammar 
Varsity Club 
Football Team 
College Choir 



ROUNTREE, JAMES E. 

Wilson, N. C. 

Elem. Ed., Grammar 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 

Future Alumni 

Drama Guild 

College Marshals 

Student Council 

S.N.E.A. 



SAMUELS, DELORES 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Chesnutt Reading Club 





SESSOMS, WILLIE H. 




SHARPE, JACK C. 


Washington, D. C. 




Macclesfield, N. C. 


Sociology (Major) 




Elem. Ed., Gramma 


History (Minor) 
Football Team 




Music (Minor) 

Phi Beta Sigma Frat 


Kappa Alpha Psi Frater 


nity 


Y.M.C.A. 


Varsity Club 




Who's Who 


Pan-Hellenic Council 




Varsity Club 


Student Government 




Choir 





SMITH, ARTHUR 
FayettevUle, N. C. 
B.S. Degree 

Fayetteville State College 
Special Student 



H, EDME 
Wilson, N. C. 
"• Ed., Grami 

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Future Alumni As 



SMITH, IRENE E. 
FayettevUle, N. C. 



Day Student Organizati( 




SPENCER, JR. BENJAMIN J. 
Currie, North Carolina 





SPENCER, LARNICE 
WUmington, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Primary 


STACKHOUSE, MILLIE GRACE 
Fairmont, North Carolina 
Elem. Ed., Primary 


STANLEY 
Nalcina, No 
Elem. Ed. 


GLADYS MAE 
rth Carolina 
Grammar 


STEELE, VERONICA H 
Harrells, N. C. 


Future Alumni 


Choir 

Future Alumni 
Baptist Student Union 
Dormitory Associations 


Choir 
S.N.E.A. 
B.S.U. 
Future Alu 
Y.W.C.A. 


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F.B.L.A. 
Business Club 
Future Alumni 





STOKES, MARVIN 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Physical Education (Major) 
Biology (Minor) 
Wilmington Club 
Varsity Club 
"asketball Tear 



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Fayettevil 


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Secretaria 


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F.B.L.A. 




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Sanford, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Primary 
Sanford Student Club 
Y.W.C.A. 
Future Alumni 



THOMAS, EUNICE 
Sanford, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Primary 
Y.W.C.A. 
Cheering Squad 
N.A.A.C.P. 



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Sanford, N 


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Secretaria 


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THOMPSON, HUGH HOLIDAY 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

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THOMPSON, VERNA LEE 
Greensboro, N. C. 



TOLES, CONSTANCE DRUCILLA 


TORAIN, EVELYN 




TYNDALL, CHARLES F. | 


Kinston, N. C. 


Prospect Hill, N. C. 




Fayetteville, N. C. T^§ 


Elem. Ed., Primary 


Elem. Ed., Grammar 




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Drama Guild 


Y.W.C.A. 




Social Science Club ^^M 


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B.S.U. 




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WATSON, CHRISTABELLE D. 
Clayton, N. C. 



WHITAKER, LILLIAN 
Whitakers, N. C. 
Secretarial Science 
F.B.L.A. 
Business Club 
Future Alumni 



FutUlE .ruu..... 

Biology Club 





WHITE, MAMIE A. 
Manson, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Primar; 
Music (Minor) 



WHITLEY, WILLIAM E. 
Zebulon, N. C. 
Auto Mechanics 
N.A.A.C.P. 






WILSON, DORIS J. 
~-tesville, N. C. 



WILSON, GLORIA ANN 
Durham, N. C. 



Methodist Student 
Organization 



WILLIAMS, AGNES E. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Primary 
S.N.E.A. 

Westminister Fellowship 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority 
Fayettevillian Staff 



WILLIAMS, DOROTHY 
Fayetteville, N. C. 





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N. C. 
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.LIAMS, JESSE F. 
Clinton, N. C. 
Biology (Major) 
Chemistry (Minor) 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor 
Society, Who's Who 
in American Colleges 
and Universities 



WILLUMS, JUNETTA R. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Grammar 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority 
S.N.E.A. 
Wilmington Club 
Future Alumni 
FayettevUlian Staff 



WILLIAMS, MABEL 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
Elem. Ed., Primary 
S.N.E.A. 
Newman Club 
Chesnutt Reading Club 




WILLIAMS, VERLINE L. 



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Goldsboro, North Carolii 



Senior Co 








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"— neville, N. C. 
Ed., Pri 



WOODARD, WIL 
Stantonsburg, N. 
Elem. Ed., Gran 


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C. 
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WYNN, TYRONE 
Mount Olive, N. C. 
Biology (Major) 
Chemistry (Minor) 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 
Future Alumni 
Biology Club 
Pan-Hellenic Council 


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Goldsboro 
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S.N.E.A. 
Future Al 
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Alford, Verda D. 
Armstrong, Booker 



Barett, Marolyn 
Beaufort, Ben 
Black, Frances 



Blue, Sarah 
Boddie, Carolyn 
Bratten, Gwendolyn 



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Brown, Eva 
Brown, John 



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Brown, Viola 
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Daniels, Robert 


Davis, Marian 


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Clemmons, Joyce 


Daniels, R. L. 


Douglas, Charles 


Butler, Joseph 


Carter, Naomi 


Crutchfield, Clara 


Davis, Laurenne 


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Ellis, Kathelene 


Fillyaw, Harold 


Fryar, Charles 


Geddie, Henry 


Edens, Lillian 


English, Helene 


Ford, Ernestine 


Fuller, Fred 


Gerald. Paul 


Edge, Joe 


Fairley, Mary 


Franks. Birdell 


Fulton, Dorothy 


Gore, Mattie 





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Grover, Mary 
Grover, Rubye 



Hall, Barbara 
Harris, Barbara 
Harris, Chester 



Harris, Cliffodine 
Harris. Hermenia 
Hill, Nancy 



House, Christine 
Jackson, Mariam 
Johnson, Emma 



Johnson, Robert 
Jones, Eva G. 
Joyner, Mary 





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Kelly, Helen 
Lee, Bettye 



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Lightfoot, Joe 
Lloyd. Clarence 



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Manning. Mary 
Marshall. Judith 



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Martin. Billie 
McAllister, Lonnie 



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McDaniels, Sandra 
McKinney, Audrey 





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McKoy, Sinarta 
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McLean, Judy 
McLean, Lavern 



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McLeod, Annie 
McMillian, Ann 



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McNeil, Mary A. 
McRae, Juanita 



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Moody, Josephine 
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Murphy, Doris 
Norrls, Otis 



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Parker, Emma 
Parker, Evelyn 



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Picket, Constevella 



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Powell, Gene A. 
Powell, John 



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Plummer, Betsy 
Ratliff. Mildred 











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Thomas, Alfred 
Thompson, Lucrishann 



Thompson, Ollie 
Toone, Dewey 
Townsend, Margaret 



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Vaughan, Barbara 



Walker, Eddie 
Walker. Marlyn 
Washington, Mary 



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Williams, Jeanne 
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Baker, Peter 




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Bell, Jacqueline 
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Berry, George 
Best, Katie 



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Blue, Sandree 
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Boone, Elivira 
Bowen, Ruth 



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Brame, Pearl 
Brown, Edna 
Brown, Delores 
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Brown, Sennie 
Brown, Thelma 
Bullock, Mittie 



Butler, Shirley 
Byrd, Fred 
Campbell, Eula 
Campbell, Gertii 
Carol, Brenda 



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Carrington, Erline 
Carter, Mildred 
Chapell, Thurman 
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Chavis, Ernestine 
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Cobb. Richard 
Coley, Billie 
Conway, William 



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Covington, Johnny 



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Elliot, Phillip 
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Fields, Delores 
Fillyaw, Clara 
Freeman, Mary 
Fuller, Judy 



Fuller, William 
Fulton, Arthur 
Fulton, Bennie 
Gaddy, Cleo 
Gaddy, Gaynell 



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Gentry, Barbara 
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Graham, Annie 
Graham, Dorothy 
Graham, Solomon 
Grant, Joe 



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Green, Margaret 
Greer, Peter 
Grice, Pearlie 
Hall, Doris 



Hanks, Grace 
Hardy, Larry 
Harrell, William 
Harris, Robert 
Harris, WUliam 




Jones, Betty 
Jones, Jean 
Stewart, Edna 
KilUan, Tony 



Harvey, Carolyn 
Haywood. Rebecca 
Henderson, David 
Herring. Delores 




Jackson, Doris 
Johnson, Brenda 
Johnson, Jack 
Johnson, Mary 



King, Aaron 
King, Essie 
Lacewell, Rheda 
Lamberth, Aubrev 



Langford, Georg' 
Lavender, Pearl 
Levy, Shirley 
Lewis, David 




Lucas, John 
Mainor, George 
Malloy, Naomi 
Malone, Joyce 



Mapp, Kenneth 
Mapps, Henry 
Marinor, Eula 
Marsh, Sandra 
Massey, Wilbur 



Mathews, Calletha 
Mattocks, Velnor 
McCormick, Lewis 
McCrae, Mary 
McDonald, Eula 



McEachern, Emma 
McGimsey, Bernice 
Mclntyre, Arlene 
Mclver, Mary 
McKoy, Mary 




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Mc-Nair, Ann 
McNeal, Charles 
McNeal, George 
McNeil, Barbara 



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McNeil, Mary 
McPhail, Peggy 
McPherson, James 
McQueen, Francis 



McQueen, Gwendolyn 
McRae, Ella 
Meadows, Naomi 
Melton, Carolyn 
Miller, Irene 



Mills, Albert 
Minter. Patrica 
Monroe, Hytheus 
Monroe, Roy 




Moye, Carolyn 
Moye, Julia 
Murphy, Pearline 
Myrick, Mildred 



Newkirk, Margie 
Newsome, Bernice 
Noel, Richard 
Odens, Sylvia 



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Pridgen, Vivian 
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Ramsey, Cecil 




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Ray, Donald 
Ray, Elaine 
Ray, Valeria 
Regis, Patricia 



Reid, Gwendolyn 
Rhoe, Alton 
Robinson, Janice 
Rodgers, Juanita 
Roundtree, Mamie 



Sansburv, Elouise 
Sautter, William 
Saunders, Jacquelyn 
Saunders, Rosa 
Saunders, Shirley 





Shepard, Curtis 
Shepard, Johnny 
Shepard, Patrivia 
Shufferd, Thea 
Shufford, Shirley 



Smith. Betty 
Smith, Charles 
Smith, Doris 
Smith, Eva 
Smith, WUlie 



Solomon, Graham 
Spearman. Terry 
Spenser, Sherry 
Spicer, Alphonso 
Stokes. Maxine 




Vinson, Beverly 
Washington, Arlena 
Washington, Eloise 
Watlord, Nettie 



West, Patrica 
Westfield, William 
Whitaker, Savannah 
Whitfield. Joyce 



Whitfield, Ophelia 
Wicker, Isabell 
Wilcox, Dorothy 
Wilkins, Judy 



Williams, Alice 
Williams, Elijah 
Williams, Esther 
Williams, Henry 




Willie, Clarence 
Wilson, Laurabelle 
Wilson, Wilbur 
Wooten, Clyde 
Younger, Josephine 



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Alexander, Wilella 
Allen, Annie 



Allen, Gloria 
Allen, Hazel 
Allen, Pauline 



Anderson, James 
Arline, Yvonne 
Arnold, Sandra 



Arrington, Gloria 
Atkins, Sarah 
Austin, Shirley 



Avery, Carolyn 
Baldwin, Betty 
Barber, Molly 



Barnes, Annie 
Barrett, James 
Barrett, Pearline 



Bass, Lessie 
Battle, Mellott 
Battle, Portia 



Battle, Robert 
Baugham, Shirley 
Bell, Melvin 



BenJield, Gloria 
Benjamin, Rudine 
Berry, Ida 



Best, Ethel 
Best, Grace 
Bethea, Hazel 




Bethune, Betty 
Blackwell, Richette 



Blue, Ella 
Bohannon, Dorothy 
Bohannon, Emma 



Boone, Ella 
Boykins, Annie 
Bradshaw, Marie 



Braswell, Elaine 
Bratcher, Henry 
Brayboy, Doris 



Brown, Ricardo 
Brown, Charles 
Brown, Ernestine 



Brown, Evelyn 
Brown, Grade 
Brown, Shirley 



Bryan, Ruth 
Bryant, Florence 
Bryant, Jarvis 



Bryant, Mary 
Bullock, Vernon 
Burns, Martha 



Butler, Alma 
Butler, Marie 
Butler, William 



Bynum, Jesse 
Caldwell, Vivian 
Campbell, James 



Campbell, Lester 
Campbell, Peter 
Canada, Bertha 



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Blue, Bettie 









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Canty, Joyce 



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Clemmons, Dianna 
Cole, Joyce 



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Collins, Vernell 
Cook, Arlene 



Cooper, Carolyn 
Cooper, Odell 
Cotton, Gloristine 



Cotton, Verdell 
Council, Melissa 
Crawford, Janice 



Crawford, Margaret 
Crenshaw, Ann 
Cross, Lillian 



Cunningham, Lonnie 
Curry, James 
Davis, Jean 



Daniels, Johnny 
Davis, Doris 
Davis, Jean 



Davis, Tommy 
Davis, Wilbert 
Dawson, Ethel 



Debois, Theodore 
Douglas, James 
Drake. Joyce 



Driver, Barbara 
Dubinson, Delano 
Duckett, Dorothy 



Dudley, Jacqueline 
Dula, Ardella 



Dunn, Derwood 
Durham, Beatrice 




Eason, Mary 
Edens, Dorothy 
Elliott, Naomi 



Ellis, Majorie 
Evans, Elizabeth 
Evans, Joyce 



Everett, James 
Fuller, Annie 
Fulford, Mamie 



Fryar, Lawrence 
Fryar, James 
Frink, Katie 



Friday. Joe 
Friday, David 
Freeman, Pearl 



Freeman, Lloyd 
Fisher, Yvonne 
Finch, James 



Fields, Evon 
Farrow, Addie 
Farmer, Dressa 



Fairley, Rosa 
Gainey, Patricia 
Gardin, James 



Garner. Frank 
Cause, Louise 
George. Thedroe 



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Greene, James 



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Gregg, Winston 
Hall, Linda 



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Henderson, Harriet 
Harris, Alton 



Harrison, Frank 
Harris, Jesse 
Harris, Jessie 



Harris, Nannie 
Hayes, Helen 
Hazel, Alfreda 



Hendron, Carlton 
Hennant, Georgia 
Hester, Judy 



Hicks, Fannie 
Hill, Barnie 
Hines, Joyce 



Hines, Mary 
Holmes, Dorothy 
Hooker, Betty 



Hopkins, Howard 
Hopkins, Marian 
Horton, Mariam 



Howell, Ina 
Howell. Helen 
Humphrey, John 



Ingram, Doris 
Inmore, James 



Innman, Shirley 
Jackson, Barbara 



Jackson, Roosevelt 
Jackson, Shirley 
Jackson, Wyatt 



Jenkins, Ethel 
Jenkins, Rufus 
Jenkins, Willie 



Johnson, Annie 
Johnson, Betty 
Johnson, Corine 



Johnson, William 
Jones, Bernard 



Jones, Mary 
Joyner, Judy 
Joyner, William 



Kelly, Carlton 
Kelly, Faithe 
Keyes, Fleton 



King, Louretha 
Kirby, Letha 
Kirkiand, Katherline 



Laewen, Daisy 
Lahuffman, Cynthia 
Lane, Jimmy 



Lane, Judy 
Lawrence, Ronald 
Laws, Charles 



Leach, Earl 
Lee, Flora 
Lennon, Beatrice 



Lennon, Linda 
Lewis, Joan 












Lewis, Robert 
Lewis, Willie 






Lloyd, Carl 
Lowe, Geraldine 
Lynch, Flossie 



Magnum, Courtland 
Marriner. Lenora 
Massey, Meta 



McMillian, Mary 
McMillian, Nancy 



McNair, Olivia 
McNeil, Sylvia 
Melton, Floria 



Melvin, Lee 
Miller, Luther 
Miller, Vivian 











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McArthur, Addle 
McAuley, Clarence 



McBride, Cornela 
McCallon, Shelton 
McCalls, Costela 



McCallum, Alice 
McCallum, Olivia 
McConner, Artinca 



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McDonald, Edward 
McDonald, Yvonne 



McDougald, Ernestine 
McDultie, Bertha 
Mclntyre, Leroy 



Milleton, Shirley 
Mitchell, Carolyn 
Moore, Carol 



Moore, Harriett 
Moore, Helen 
Moore, James 



Mirdis, Moore 
Morgan, Barbara 
Morris, Jacqueline 



Morrison, Edna 
Morrison, Quetillia 
Morrison, Russell 



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Murchison, Lois 
Murphy, Betty 






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McKoy, Ernestine 
McKoy, Gwendolyn 



McKoy, Lucille 
McKoy, Mary 
McKoy, Veronica 



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McLaurin, Jesse 
McLean, Calvin 



Murphy, McArther 
Murphy, Walter 
Nesbitt, Annie 



Newton, Rita 
Noble, Ida 
Noel, Martha 



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Norflett, Mildred 
Oaks, Bernard 



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McMillian, Levester 



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Page, William 



Parker, Jacqueline 
Parks, Robert 




Robinson, Nancy 
Robinson, Yvonne 



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Patterson, Gerald 
Patterson, Sarah 



Patterson, Shirley 
Peel, Sarah 
Perry, Roy 



Phair, Willie 
Pierce, Bethenia 
Pierce, Janice 



Pierce, Melvin 
Plummer, EUa 
Pope, Delores 



Powell, James 
Powers, William 
Pulley, Margaret 



Quick, Nettie 
Quinn, Samuel 
Raeford, Dorothy 



Raines, Louise 
Raliegh, Judy 
Ray, Berline 



Ray, Joseph 
Ray, Patronella 
Raye, Patricia 



Rhederick. Chester 
Richardson, Elma 
Richardson, Joyce 



Richardson, Patricia 
Roberson, Cora 
Roberson, Harvey 



Robinson, Katrina 
Robinson, Lonnie 



Rogers, Edward 
Rogers, Melinda 
Rogers, Sarah 



Roundtree, Eddie 
Rush, Johnny 
Sanders, Dennis 



Sanders, Martha 
Scale, Jerry 
Scales, John 



Scott, James 
Scott, Kenneth 
Seabrook, Lois 



Sessoms, Barbara 
Sessoras, Lawrence 
Sharpe, Shelley 



Shaw, Earlene 
Shaw, Gwendolyn 
Sherman, George 



Sherrod, Edna 
Shipman, Mildred 
Shorter, Rosa 



Simmons, Katherine 
Simms, Sharon 
Simpson, Annie 



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Slater, Earl 
Smith, Alice 



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Smith, Calvin 
Smith, Donald 



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Smith, Randolph 




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Solomon, Henry 



Solomon, Thomas 
Spaulding, George 
Spearman, Dorothy 



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Walker, James 



Walker, James 
Walker, Jean 
Wall, Bryant 



Ward, Joanne 
Warren, Howard 
Washington, Hazel 





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Spicer, Alice 
Stackhouse, James 



Stewart, Clarence 
Strayhorn, James 
Strayhorn, Mary 



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Suggs, Josephine 
Summers, Annie 



Swann, Alice 
Teele, Brenda 
Thomas, Stever 



Thomas, William 
Thompson, Gracie 
Thorton, Walter 



Tillman, Janet 
Timoths, Bertha 
Tisdell, Edna 



Toomer, Hazel 
Townsend, John 
Tyree, Delores 



Tyson, Joe 
Vann, Irene 



Washington, James 
Washington, Shirley 
Washmgton, Viola 



Watson, Claude 
Watson, Evelyn 
Watson, Frankie 



West. Annie 
White, Alford 
White, Clarence 



Sutton, James 


White, Doris 


Sutton, Melba 


White, Leonna 


Soard, Alice 


Whitehurst, Lillian 



White, Sam 
Whitfield, Mary 
Wicker, James 



Wiggins, Barbara 
Wiggins, Ronald 
Wilkins, Nellie 



Williams, Andrew 
Williams, Annie 
Williams, Arletha 



Williams, Bessie 
Williams, Betty 
Williams, Elisha 



Williams, Frances 
Williams, Freddie 















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Williams, Olie 



Williams, Oprea 
Williams, Paris 
Williams, Shirley 



WiUingham, AlfonsE 
Willoughby, Arthur 
Wilson, Ann 



Wilson, Annie 
Wilson, Donald 
Windley, Carol 



Wise, Mary 
Witherspoon, Selesta 
Womack, Colon 



Gee, Violet 
Gibson, Nancy 
Barrel, Gladys 



Harris, Mamie 
Henderson, Geradine 
Herndon, Robert 



Hobson, Geradine 
Holmes, Carolyn 
Hughes, Doris 



Jones, Ann 
Knox, Hazel 
Larkin, Leroy 



Lee, Marjorle 
Lee, Morgan 
McDonald, Marjorle 



Mclntyre, Mary 
McLaughlin, James 
McNeil, Charles 



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York, Lucille 
Young, Dietra 



Mack, Rachel 
Manuel, Thelma 
Marshall, Melton 



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Adalgisa, Guhlin 
Arniond, Emily 
Austm, Joe 



Linwood, Baker 
Barber, Percy 
Bell, Furnie 



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Molden, Robert 



Moses, Janet 
Nichols, Sandra 
Price, Pearline 










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Blue, Fonnie 
Brandon, Dwight 



Butler, Lessie 
Byrd, Virginia 
Cameron, Ida 



Pridgen, Carolyn 
Pitt man, Daisy 
Ramsey, Patricia 



Rogers, Dorothy 
Rowe, Maggie 
Smith, Eva 



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Chambers, Mildred 
Curry, Sylvia 
Davis, Earl 



Spearman, Dorothy 
Spruill, Banzette 
Stevenson, Ethel 





Douglas, Gale 
Dowdy, Shirley 
Drake, Mable 



Evans, Rosetta 
Faison, Perdine 
Fuller, Elmer 



Tatum, Annette 
Washington, Bonnie 
Washington, Massie 



Williams, Linda 
Williams, Willie 
Woodard, Floyd 





J^resioeni of Jne 
rj/uaen/ Jovernmen/ 

Willis B. S. McLeod 



ROLE OF THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
As an educational organ within our educational 
community, the student government at Fayetteville 
State College has a commitment to help provide an 
environment which will be most conducive to the in- 
tellectual growth of the student body. This includes 
academic, cultural, spiritual, athletic, and social af- 
fairs. Each contributes to the forming of the student. 
The student government is in the unique position 
of being the only elected, representative body on our 
campus with general responsibility for each student's 
welfare, but this doesn't mean that the student govern- 
ment should conduct some of the activities itself and 
see that the others are assumed by competent student 
organizations. 

One of the major reasons for organizing and sup- 
porting a student government is to provide a structure 
within which student needs can be presented effective- 
ly to the appropriate groups. The most significant 
roles of the student government are those which key 
on the contributions which it can make to the college 
through its program and activities. 



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JOHN POWELL 
C. PHILIP SHAW 
MARLYN WALKER 
CLYDE WOOTEN 
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The charming, poised, and debonair Miss F. 
S. C. --Gloria Crawford--is a senior, and an 
Elementary Education major from Lumberton, 
North Carolina. In addition to her suave per- 
sonality. Miss Crawford is scholarly and active 
in several campus organizations. She is a mem- 
ber of the Future Alumni Club, College Choir, 
Student National Education Association, Who's 
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the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Her hob- 
bies are reading, handicrafts, painting, and 
drawing. 

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Miss RosettaRivers--Miss Homecoming for 
1963--is the epitome of charm, grace, and fi- 
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ticipated in many activities; namely: College 
Choir, S. N. E. A., Y. W. C. A., Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority, Inc., and the Future Alumni As- 
sociation. 

Her hobbies are drawing and oil painting. 




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Martha Flowers 
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Doris Caliber 
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SOCIOLOGY MAJORS 



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National and State Officers 
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President Jones is host to college presidents 
of State-Supported institutions. 




Fine Arts Department views plans 
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Baltimore Alumni Chapter 




Miss Alumni Contestant 



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Mrs. Bernice Hawkins 
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Miss Mildred Leali 



Mrs. Cleta Fowlkes 
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Miss Mary C. Haynie 



Mrs. Dorothy Thorpe 



Mrs. Dorothy Dawson 
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Mrs. Quessie A. Drake 





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THE VOICE STAFF 

Editor Robert Melvin 

Associate Editor Marvin W. Lucas 

News Editor Robert Daniels 

Feature Editors Juanita McRae, Carolyn Council, Verlestine Williams 

Exchange Editors Roosevelt Daniels, Patricia Regis 

Sports Editors Marvin W. Lucas, Marlyn Walker 

Business Manager C. Philip Shaw 

Circulation Managers Bettye Rankin, Sherree L. Crouch 

Typists Emma Coats, Calletha Matthews, Verlestine Williams, 

Naomi Blue, Josey B. Monroe, Mae Quick 

Photographer James Anderson 

Cartoonist Joseph J. Johnson 

Student Council Representative Robert Daniels 

Faculty Adviser Mrs. M. H. Scott 



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C. Philip Shaw, Consultant 



Minnie Stevens, EdItor-in-Chief 



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Harvey L. 


Helen G. 


Perry L. 


Saiiders 


Jenkins 


LeBlanc 


Leazer 


Editorial 


Photography 


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Editing 


Photography 




Dr. C. D. Sanders and Toni Baldwin confer on plans for the Fayet- Jeanne C. Williams and Mary Treadwell, our efficient typists, spent 

tevillian. many hours working at their desks. 




Guess where the picture really is? 





Antoinette Spearman 
Proofreader 





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Robert Lewis 
Photographer 



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We cherish each hall, each time-honored wall 

Each bending tree and bower, 

Tho' far we may roam, thy spirit leads on 

To victory and power, 

With courage and might and majesty 

March on old colors true 

Our Alma Mater, F. S. C. 

We'll stand by old white and blue ! 




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