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CARLYLE" 

CAMPBELL 

LIBI^RY 



Meredith College 
Raleigh, NC 27607-5298 






the 1964 

OAK LEAVES 



PUBLISHED BY 
THE STUDENT BODY 

OF 

Meredith College 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 




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LOUISE MILFORD, EDITOR 
GAIL WILLIAMS, BUSINESS MANAGER 



CARLYLE CAMPBELL UgW«Y 

^MEREDITH COLLEGE 





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For the pre&eiit and for the future life at Meredith is 
reflected in the tinielessness of our lake. 

Joyous laughter rings across its waters. Solace is found 
as one in sorrow absorbs its beauty. Routine slips 
into insignificance in the permanence of its depths. 

Friendships are enhanced, and sometimes dissolved, 
on its shores. Yet this is more than mere 
reflection: This variety is 

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CONTENTS 



EDICATION 



4DITIONS 



CADEMICS 



DEDICATION 




A sincere interest in on 
affairs and problems . . 



A concern for Meredith 
and its growth . . . 

Energy and enthnsiasm ^ fl 
that must express it- 9^ ^L. 
self . . . 

A cheerful smile for all 
who enter . . . 

"Girl Friday" in the Dean 
of Students office, 

To you we dedicate . . . 
Miss Betty Jean Yeager 



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Amidst the excitement and anxiety of a new place, new people, in a strange, 
new atmosphere . . . 

We hear . . . Rancons strains of guitar music ... a vague rumbling of 
private conversations . . . 

We feel . . . The jostling of the crowd . . . the strangeness of unknown 
faces . . . one among many, yet too many to really belong . . . 

Amidst the excitement and anxiety of a new place, new people, in a strange 
new atmosphere . . . 



Stiffness eases into companionship. 




Soon the newness becomes rou- 
tine . . . From the barrage of 
classes, assignments, parallel 
reading, labs — even bull ses- 
sions and bridge we feel the 
need to escape. . . . 




"Goodnight" . . . Semiconscious 
of the shroud of darkness, the damp- 
ness of the night, the shadows playing 
upon the wall, a couple pauses at the 
door. You are old friends . . . new 
acquaintances ... a blind dale: 
gracefully avoiding a goodnight kiss 
. . . hoping to see him again ... or 
you are in love . . . lingering . . . 
vou are alone . . . Init very much 
lo&ether. 





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Sorrow is many things — too 
uian> to really define ... it is 
rain on Sundays . . . frustra- 
tion over piled up work . . . 
goals which seem just beyond 
our reach . . . ambitions not 
quite fulfilled. ... It is a 
combination of little things . . . 
the same routine day after day 
. . . days and days without a 
letter. ... It is graduation 
and saying good-by to friends 
and familiar places ... a 
broken heart not quite repaired 
by memories ... a hostile word 
spoken in haste . . . these and 
nianv more — sorrow. 



t is a completed assign- 
ifter the last exam . . . 
sunbathing around the 
a warm bed on a rainy 
p to the beauty parlor 
... a moment of soli- 
tude and relaxation in the midst of a busy day. ... It is a 
certain pensiveness . . . acknowledged goals and values. . . . 
It is Aristotle's Golden Mean. 



Contentment is self-acceptance . . . 
ment . . . the moment immediately 
a closet full of ironed blouses . . 
pool. ... It is no 8:25 classes . . 
afternoon . . . splurging with a I 
... an ice-cream cone in the Hiv 




Happiness is seeing old friends after a summer 
of separation . . . slipping back into the old rou- 
tine ... it is the confidence of an upperclass- 
man . . . and the excitement of a freshman . . . 
a 10:00 date and a cup of coffee ... a full mail 
box. ... It is recognition for tasks well-done . . . 
ambitions achieved ... the satisfaction of realis- 
tic plans for the future beginning to unfold . . . 
a summer job. ... It is the exhilaration of a 
good time ... a hearty laugh . . . being with 
friends. ... It is the first time on the Dean's 
List ... a good exam schedule. . . . Yet happi- 
ness is more than this ... it is serving others 
. . . helping at Dix Hospital or the Blind 
School . . . the ability to listen — and sincerely 
care . . . happiness is love. 






A year of contrast . . . This is our school. Four of the most significant years of our life 
are spent here. Four years of varying activities, accomplishments, and emotions. We have times 
of happiness, times of sadness, occasional times of turmoil, and blessedly, there are times of con- 
tentment. We learn about life through living, living enriched by the knowledge and example of our 
professors. Hopefully, we will become the leaders of tomorrow. That vision, however dim it may 
sometimes be, gives us courage, courage to be ourselves — the student body of Meredith College. 



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CORN HUSKIN- 




FOUNDERS' DAY 

A tradition at Meredith is Founders' Day. a day when 
facuhy and students, alumnae and friends join together 
in commemoration of the founders of this institution. 
It is important to us because we realize that were it 
not for the past there would be no present and certainly 
no future. One of the events of this day is the recep- 
tion held in Johnson Hall for the faculty, staff, guests, 
and members of the Senior Class. 



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Founders' Day 
brings with it more 
than a formal service. It 
fosters a union diificult to 
achieve under other circumstan- 
ces. It is a nostalgic moment as 
Seniors realize that this is the last time 
their entire class will be so assembled. It 
is a time of pride, the just pride of an insti- 
tution which has well fulfilled its purpose. Bui 
it is a time of rededication. rededication to the 
high calling of Christian scholarship. 




Freshman: Amid the flashing light-, of the complicaled push-button mantrap, four seemingly perfect girls apiicand only to be 
rejected by the bachelor who pieferred the homely matchmaker. 



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found only in poniegranels. 



pronounceable monohexmunainnebriateciticacid 



some adventure, some gold, but in their selfish conflict they succiidfd only in destroying 




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CONCERT AND LECTURE SERIES 

The Meredith College (■oiiiniunily is privileged to participate in many cultural 
opportunities both on the campus and in the city of Raleigh. "Are you listening?" 
was the theme of a thought provoking lecture delivered in the fall by poet Hollis 
Summers. Through the Friends of the College we were able to hear the beautiful 
music of Van Clyburn. famed pianist, while a quite different note was offered in 
the folk singing of Peter. Paul and Mary. Such programs as these have greatly 
enriched our cultural exjjeriences. 






CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES 

Christmas is always a special time. Here at Meredith we celebrate in a special way with a gala formal dinner 
in the dining hall. We are entertained by the Ensemble as they sing a variety of Christmas melodies. The 
highlight of the banquet is the Christmas carols sung by the dining hall staff. After the dinner we board 
busses to go caroling at the homes of faculty members. 





ALICE IN WONDERLAND 

Waking up to find herself in an imaginary realm of confusion. 
Alice encounters the wonderland's unusual personages character- 
ized by the faculty. We can still hear the White Queen stating. "Jam 
tomorrow, jam yesterday, but never jam today."' and surely the 
command of the Queen of Hearts. "Off with his head!" will rever- 
berate through future dreams. We remain impressed by the Mad 
Hatter's logic: "You can draw water from a water well — so you 
can draw molasses from a molasses well." The scenes of a Wood 
in Wonderland, the Mad Tea Party, and the Trial of the Knave 
of Hearts will never be forgotten by anyone who may view our 
faculty in such "delightful confusion." 




PLAY DAY 




The 1963 Play Day festivities be- 
gan with the crowning of the Duke 
and Duchess. Mr. Raynionrl L. 
Herndon reigned along with 
Weezie Allen over this afternnon 
of fun in the court. 




Among the many events of the 
afternoon are relay races, contests, 
and challenges. The suitcase re- 
lay, in which the racers must open 
a suitcase, don its contents and 
remove them, is one of the most 
popular events. 




The voices of the members of Fair- 
cloth dormitory fill the court as 
they carry forth their theme of 
■■Roy's" by singing of "Or-an-ge 
Slush." 



Two participants, the doctor, Ann 
Pepper Poole, and her nieasely 
patient. Donna Cullen are caught 
off guard by a liit of candid pho- 
tography. 





HOSPITALITY 

\iuither event which is tradition- 
ally included in the activities of 
Hospitality weekend is the horse 
show. At this time the student 
iiody is privileged to see the per- 
formance of our outstanding and 
beautiful horses under the excel- 
lent horsemanship of both Mere- 
dith and town students. 









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Hospitality weekend at Meredith always coincides with 
May Day. At this time the May Court, composed of repre- 
sentatives from each class, the society marshals, and the May 
Queen and Maid of Honor, are presented. They, as well as 
students and guests, are entertained by an original dance 
performed by the modern dance classes. 



WEEKEND 

Every year the Freshman class 
plays host to the incoming stu- 
dents, inviting them to spend an 
entire weekend with them in the 
dorms. The visiting girls are 
offered an opportunity to get a 
taste of college life, while we are 
privileged to become acquainted 
with those girls who next year 
will become a part of our college 
conmiunitv. 




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Graduation is both a beginning and an end. We are proud of ourselves — because we are on this side of four 
years of college. But we are humble — because there were so many opportunities which we failed to grasp. 
We must go out now. prepared, yet fearful, to face the future, a future no longer sheltered by the walls 
of academic study. We leave, full of gratitude and expectancy, but with a lump in our throats — because 
reading an alumnae bulletin is not the same as being here; we can't say "see you next fall"; and we 
pack our cars for the last time. 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Charles B. Deane. Chairman 

Howard R. Boozer, Vice Chairman 

Maude D. Bunn. Secretary 



Terms Expire 1964 

Maude D. Biiiin Raleigh 

Elizabeth J. Dotterer ..Sanford 

Paul Early Greensboro 

Hatcher S. Elliott Charlotte 

Hayden B. Hayes ...Hickory 

Ernest P. Russell - Concord 

Straughan H. Watkins Henderson 

Terms Expire 1966 

Howard R. Boozer Raleigh 

Warren Carr Durham 

Bunah L. Clark Asheville 

Eleanor L. Davis Winston-Salem 

Roberts Lasater Charlotte 

John A. Stevens Wilmington 

W. H. Trentman Raleigh 



Terms Expire 1965 

Hubert M. Craig Lincolnton 

Charles B. Deane Rockingham 

lone K. Knight Madison 

Bland B. Pruitt Louisburg 

E. L. Rankin. Jr Raleigh 

Virginia L. Robertson Rocky Mount 

Virginia L. Wood Leaksville 

Terms Expire 1967 

Hugh G. Ashcraft Charlotte 

W. J. Broadwell Durham 

Christine B. Farrior Williamston 

John M. Lewis Raleigh 

Thomas L. Rich, Jr Fairmont 

Charles R. Tucker Gary 

Wm. H. Westphal Greensboro 



Executive Committee 



E. L. Rankin. Jr., Chairman 
Howard R. Boozer, Vice Chairman 
W. J. Broadwell 
Elizabeth J. Dotterer 
John M. Lewis 



W. H. Trentman 
Charles R. Tucker 
Maude T. Bunn 
Warren Carr 
Strauahan H. Watkins 



Wm. H. Westphal 




THE PRESIDENT 

"This is your life!" — certainly not all of it, even in the year 1963-64. But as fact 
and synihol it is significant, and will serve to revitalize many other activities and situa- 
tions entering into your total experiences in a year at Meredith. As it is worthy and 
exhilarating, one must hope that it is but the prelude to greater and happier experiences 
in the years ahead. So may it be! 



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Carlyle Campbell 




ADMIN 



Sankey L. Blanton, D.D. 
He covers the state relating Meredith to 
the public . . . outstanding fisherman and 
collector of Italian bees . . . teller of tall 
tales . . . Director of Public Relations. 




Louise Fleming, A.M. 

Ad\ice for all . . . confidential infornia- 

lion . . . four->ear cards, S.P.'s, and treasurer 

reports . . . outwitting the students with her 

skirt the longest . . . Dean of Students. 









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Mary Bland Josey, A.B. 
You may fool her with a ])hony check but 
never with a Meredith name . . . pleasing 
smile and persuasive voice . . . behind a 
mask of freckles there lies a warm heart . . . 
Public Relations Assistant. 



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Vera Tart Marsh 
Making the records is ours, keeping them 
is hers . . . smile for everyone . . . never too 
busy to stop and chat ... a faithful servant 
for 2.5 years . . . Registrar. 




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David G. Olmsted, B.S. 
Bills, invoices, and problems . . . hamster 
headaches . . . always on the go, always a 
cheerful hello . . . already an admired and 
respected friend of Meredith students . . . 
Business Manager and Treasurer. 




Leishman a. Peacock, Ph.D. 
Chief of admissions, grades, and diplomas 
. . . like the reversible vest he sometimes 
wears, he can quickly change from a serious 
Dean to a most "delightful joker" . . . Aca- 
demic Dean. 



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Hazel Baity, A.B. in L.S. 
Librarian 

Agnes Cooper, A.B. 

News Bureau Director 
Carolyn Covington, A.B. 

Secretary to the Director of Pul>Iic 
Relations 



Lucille Dandridge 

Assistant House Direc! 
Mary M. Edwards 

Equitation Director 

Jane Greene, A.M. 

Assistant Librarian 



Mae Grimmer, A.B. 

Executive Secretary oj the 
Alumnae Association 

Mary K. Hamilton 

Secretary to the Dean 

Dru M. Hinsley, A.B. 

Supply Store Manager 








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ADMINISTRATIVE 



H VRRIKT Holler, B.S. 

Assistant Dietitian 
Bobbye Hunter 

Dietitian 
Edna Hurst. R.N. 



Agnes W. Johnson 

Bookkeeper 
Margaret L. Johnson 

Secretary, Business Office 
LuLA M. Leake, M.R.E. 

Assistant Dean of Studen!. 



Dorothy McCombs 

Library Assistant 
luDY McLamb, B.D. 

Assistant Dean of Students 
Jean C. McNeill 

Secretary to Registrar 




TAFF 



Frances E. Thorne 

Dinin!>; Hall Hostess 
R. A. L. Walker, B.A. 

Direc'or of Religious Activities 
Martha J. Whelden 

House Director 



Betty Jean Yeager, A.B. 

Secretary to the Dean oj Students 



Faye F. Orders 

Bookkeeper 
Evelyn R. Posey 

Secretary to Alumnae Secretary 
Virginia B. Pruden, A.B. 

Assistant Libr 



Lois S. Renfrow 

Secretary to the President 
Lucy H. Saunders. R.N. 

Nurse 
Virginia Scarboro 

Secretary to the Business 
Manager 

William J. Senter, M.D. 

Physician 
Harry Simmons 

Supervisor of Maintenance 
MaBelle Smitv 

Assistant Dean of Students 




FACULTY 



A quest for knowledge led us to tlie leet of our professors. Dashing from point 
to jxjint on campus we pursued this sometimes elusive phantom of knowledge. There 
were notes to take, unknown "x's" to find, ideas to develop into themes, term papers to 
write, formulas lo develop, Shakespeare or Chaucer to memorize, verhs to conjugate. 
But there was more than this. There was a sharing and understanding between our 
professors and us. They gave us more than knowledge; they gave of themselves — 
and because of this giving, we continue our search. 




Art Department 

Arthur C. Downs, Ed.D. 
Assislanl Professor 

Lucy Bane Jeffries, M.F.A. 
Assistant Professor 



Biology Department 



James H. Eads, M.S. 
Assislan! Professc 



Helen P. Kelman. M.A. 
Part-time Instructor 



John A. Yarbrough, Ph.D. 
Professor 




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Business and Economics Department 

Lois Frazier, Ed.D. 
Professor 

Rlith B. Robinson, M.Ed. 
Instructor 

Evelyn P. Simmons, B.S. 
Instructor 



Chemistry and Physics Department 

Helen Jo Collins, M.S. 
Assistant Professor 

Mary Elizabeth Yarbrough. Ph.D. 
Professor 





Education Department 

LiLA Bell, M.Ecl. 

Assistant Professor 

Harry K. Dorsett, A.M. 
Associate Professor 



Robert G. Fracker, M.A. 
Part-lime Instructor 

David R. Reveley, Ph.D. 
Professor 



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English Department 

Velma Mae Corsage. M.A. 
Instructor 

Dorothy Pope Greenwood. A.M. 
Inslniclor 



Mary Lynch JohnsoiN", Ph.D.. L.H.D. 
Professor 

Ione Kemp Kmght. Ph.D. 
Associate frojessor 

Norma Rose. Ph.D. 
Professor 



Foreign Language Department 



P. A. Cline. B.D. 

Instructor 

Susanne H. Frelind, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor 



Mary Eleanor Krummel, M.A. 
Assistant Professor 

William R. Ledford, M.A. 
Instructor 

QuENTiN Oliver McAllister. Ph.D. 
Professor 




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Health and Physical Education Department 



Helena W. Allen, M.Ed. 
Instructor 

Virginia J. Hood, M.Ed. 
Instructor 



Jay D. Massey, M.A. 
Assistant Professor 

Frances W. Stevens, A.M 
Part-time Instructor 



History and Political Science Department 



Carolyn Barrington, A. 
Instructor 

Richard D. Goff, Ph.D. 
Instructor 



Frank L. Grubs, Ph.D. 
Instructor 



Sarah McCulloh Lemmon, Ph.D. 
Professor 

Thomas C. Parramore. A.B. 
Iwitruclor 




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FACULTY 




Home Economics Department 

Ellen Dozier Brewer. A.M. 
Professor 

Jennie M. Hanyen. M.A. 

Associate Projessor 



Mathematics Dejiartment 

Ernest F. Canadav. I'h.l). 

Professor 
Geneva L. Martin. A.B. 

Part-time Instructor 

Dorothy K. Frkston. M.A. 
Instructor 





Music Department 

Edwin K. Blanchard, M.Mus.IJt. 
Assistant Professor 

James L. Clyblirn, A.B.. B.S. 
Instructor 

Harry E. Cooper. Mus.D. 
Professor 

Beatrice Donley, B.M. 
Associate Professor 

Phyllis Weyer Garriss. M.M. 
Assistant Professor 

ISABELLE HaESELER, M.S.M. 
Instructor 

Stuart Pratt. Mus.M. 
Professor 

Stephen E. Young, S.M.M. 
Instructor 



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Psychology and Philosophy Department 



Ethel Tilley, Ph.D. 
Professor 



Religion Department 

Bernard H. Cochran, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 

J. Henry Coffer. Th.M. 
Instructor 



Roger H. Crook, Th.D. 
Professor 

Ralph E. McLain, Ph.D. 
Professor 





Sociology and Geography Department 

Vercean R. Birkin, M.A. 
Instructor 

Preston D. Parsons, B.D. 
Assistant Professor 

Leslie W. Syron, Ph.D. 
Professor 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Betty Hooks, president 
Suellen Walter, vice-president 
Sandra Wallace, secretary 
Karen Roberts, treasurer 




Class of '64 



like 



. Here we are. Perfect Seniors 

Leaving footprints hard to fill: 
attitude . . . 



History books will never forget: 

Art and education projects cluttering dorm rooms . . . 

Study is secondary as thoughts of the future accjuire importance . . . Well dressed 
as freshmen but wearing those same "fashions" as seniors . . . Ice skating and sun 
bathing on the breezeway . . . Outspoken group working for reforms . . . The two 
o'clock earth-shaking discussions that shape the world . . . Strict diet of popcorn, 
coffee, and cigarettes . . . Unlimited class cuts for late sleepers . . . Hiking to the 
parking lot ... A weekend exodus or a hopeful last minute call ... A lone folk 
song drifting down the hall . . . Intelligentsia with a limited vocabulary — frustra- 
tion, panic, procrastination . . . Beaten path to the library is long over-grown . . . 
Clearing a chair for a chat with Dr. Tilley, our beloved advisor . . . Faculty con- 
ferences in the Bee Hive . . . Poteat menagerie . . . Cold water in the showers . . . 
Sober dates on a drunken sidewalk ... One hundred million summer weddings . . . 
Smug seniors waiting for graduation ... A self-satisfied smile as you don a cap 
and gown . . . The short drive down the avenue that seemed so long four years ago 
. . . Hail lo the class of '61. 




SENIORS 



JOY ANNE ADAMS 



Farm House pin and L. T. 
petals in a blue vase 



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dorm card 



Y. W. A. 
10:00 dates and a full 
. second grade at Long- 
school lab assistant 
. . . English and Education major from 
Morven . . . P. S. . . . Joy. 



MARIE-LOUISE ALLEN 

Artist's nook and a WET PAINT sign 
. . . advocate of sanitation in Washing- 
ton. D. C. . . . memories of Busch . . . 
purple-passioned leader of the Phis . . . 
a Nightshirt ... an Art major from 
Silver Springs, Md. . . . P. S. . . . 
Weezie. 



PHYLLIS CARMEN AUSTIN 

Kindness with a dash of devilment . . . 
dreams and plans of a future in Japan 
. . . an artist with expression . . . 
idilliMT oil on the radiators . . . sur- 
|iri-. - l(ir everyone ... a Religion major 
l,.,„i Inur Oaks . . . P. S Phyllis. 



RACHEL BONITA DAILY 

Carefully coitfured look . . . Marines 
are her weakness . . . frequent visits to 
fraternity row ... a petite teacher of 
eager third graders . . . the redhead 
that can wear any color ... an Edu- 
cation major from Wilson . . . P. S. 
. . . Bonnie. 



MARY WILLIAMS BALDWIN 

"Tweet" ... A red-head with no 
temper . . . Matchmaker . . . Mrs. 
Smith and the "box" . . . E. C. a his- 
tory teacher . . . Politics and scandal 
. . . The shoulder to cry on ... a His- 
torv major from Whiteville .. . P. S. 
. .'. Mary B. 



BETTY BROWNING BASS 



Person 
one: . 
break ! 



!ity plus ... a smile for every- 
. . pelvis problems — a tough 
. . . Blackwood addict . . . 
beach cottages . . . Four 
two majors . . . Decisions! 
.!■ problems ... an Education 
om Jackson . . . P. S. . . . Bass. 



CLASS OF '64 



MARTHA BROOKS BELL 

A cheerful "Hello. Fool" ... an al- 
paca s^weater and knee socks ... a 
""beach" girl, summer, winter, spring, 
and fall . . . Flat Tire '63 . . . Those 
paperbacks . . . willing to help . . . 
an Education major from Tabor City 
. . . P. S. . . . Brooksie. 



MARY ALICE BELL 

Infamous sacred music . . . Never in 
ihe dorm, always in the beehive . . . 
■"Hobnobbing" with the faculty . . . 
Open mouth, insert cigarette . . . Late 
to bed. latest to rise . . . music major 
from Aulander . . . P. S. . . . Mab. 



BARBARA RUTH BIVENS 

A vivacious talker . . . dynamite in a 
size 5 . . . "Oh ya'll, I'm in love." . . . 
annual cornhuskin' piggy ... A dedi- 
cated teacher with boundless energy 
. . Education major from Monroe . . . 
P. S. . . . Bivens. 



BETSY LAND BOONE 

Hours in the library for S. M. L. . . . 
Have comb, will tease . . . Pink dress, 
song bird voice, and Ensemble . . . 
""Packy" came Thanksgiving . . . Came 
from Chowan . . . Smile! . . . 
ACHOOOOO!!! ... a History major 
from Jackson . . . P. S. . . . Betsy. 



JEAN YOUNGBLOOD BOUTWELL 

A petite blond from Mississippi . . . 
Ph.D. husband. Ken . . . efficient day- 
student president . . . teacher of little 
children at Effie Green . . . radiant 
personality with a smile for all . . . an 
Education major from Raleigh . . . 
P. S. . . . Jean. 



BARBARA DIANE BOWERS 

Endless hours getting that five minutes 
at one hundred . . . Early to bed — late 
to rise . . . ya'll guess what? . . . 
another one married . . . letters to 
almost everywhere . . . Friendly to all! 
... a Business major from Siler City 
. . . P. S. . . . Diane. 




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SENIORS 



BRENDA ELLIOTT liRICKHOUSE 

A Ijiight-t-ycil gal with an accent all her 
own . . . sensitive renditions of the 
"Indian Love Call" ... a pin ... a 
diamond ... a new name ... a 
dachshund named Sam ... an Educa- 
tion major from Gary . . . P. S. . . . 
Brenda. 

BETTY LOU BROCK 

"Granny Brock in her nightgowns and 
caps"' . . . "I'm hungry" . . . Saturday 
visitor from Duke . . . from two unique 
phone calls to plans for a June wedding 
. . . "X's in Art" ... an Education 
major from Rocky Mount . . . P. S. 



BARBARA ANN BROOKSHIRE 

A three year graduate . . . Dr. Freund 
and math . . . Tommy and a spring 
wedding . . . living for the weekends 
... a gourmet's taste for food . . . 
dreams of Europe ... a Math major 
from Winston-Salem . . . P. S. . . . 
Barbara. 



REBECCA WALL BROWN 

Seminars, collateral reading, and term 
papers . . . Cocker Spaniel eyes but 
a beatle hair cut . . . Lover of imported 
sardines . . . "Rich man, poor-man, 
bfgger-man. chief" ... a History 
major from Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . Becky. 



SARA GWYNN BRYAN 

Serene beauty . . . pinned to the K-^'s 
number one . . . Tigress. Baby Magic, 
and Kleenex . . . Pearl Harbor's Baby 
Sitter . . . "Doug and I are going to 
study" . . . Crowned iiueen in May 
... an Education major from Rose- 
boro . . . P. S. . . . Sara Gwynn. 



KAY BUCKNER 

Marked by a Southern drawl . . . trips 
across town and last minute dashes 
to class . . . natural sweetness, promises 
of being an excellent teacher . . . blue 
eyes and blond curls ... an Education 
major from Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . Kay. 



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CLASS OF '64 



JANE CARVER BUMPASS 

Distinguishable Roxboro accent . . . 
"Do ya know" . . . Avid reader of 
poetry . . . Bubbles in a football jersey 
. . . "Sugar-Bugar" . . . "Give me 
an L!" . . . Long distance phone calls 
. . . a Sociology major from Roxboro 
. . . P. S. . . . Jane Carver. 



SANDRA JO BUTLER 

Bouncing red-head . . . Sneaky bridge 
on WTFS . . . night owl . . . ptomaine 
poison . . . Pearl Harbor '62 . . . train 
steps?!! . . . Flat-tire '63 . . . It's just 
a Skip to Carolina ... a History major 
from Roseboro . . . Sandra. 



VIRC;iNIA COSTNER CARVER 

From Mars Hill to Meredith . . . teacher 
of little six-year-olds . . . seen in edu- 
cation classes . . . conmiuter from 
Chapel Hill ... a wife to Charles since 
September 1963 ... an Education major 
from Chapel Hill . . . P. S. . . . Ginny. 

SYLVIA ANN CASH 

Dark eyes full of tears ... He makes 

me SO mad! . . . girl of many languages 

. . . Whiz at bridge? . . . Love letters 

from Bern and finally a pin . . . Deep ,•-'' 

Run ... an Education major from 

Rutherfordton . . . P. S. . . . Sybil 

k 

JEAN CHAPPELL r J 

Oh No. I forgot ! ! ! ! ! . . . Scatterbrain 
is the clue . . . John???? . . . String- 
feld's capable marm ... a laugh with 
a sparkle . . . everyone's friend . . . 
Tom and talking with the trees!!!!!! 
... a Chemistry major from Nashville 
. . . P. S. . . . Jean. 

ANITA MAIER CHILDREY 

Spontaneous personality with a genuine 
concern for everyone . . . seminary plans 
. . . sports enthusiast ... a special at- ^ 

tachment to her rocking chair and ^ 

switchboard ... "I feel a cherry coke » 

fit coming" ... a Religion major from 
Richmond . . . P. S. . . . Nicky. k 

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SENIORS 



EUGENIA CAROL COXE 

Capalile MCA leader and seven gd's 
a year . . . Oriental eyes for "Madame 
Nliu" ... a footstool to reach the stage 
in chapel . . . Home for the weekend 
thirty-nine blocks away . . . English 
major from Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . 
Coxie. 

MARTHA SUSANNE CRAVEN 

Hours with "Alexander" . . . best all- 
round librarian . . . "These labs!!!!!" 
. . . Many BooBoos! . . . watching TV 
again? . . . nightly Ubangi hair-dos 
... a Biology major from Sanford 
. . . P. S. . . . Susie. 



JUDITH COPELAND CRAWFORD 

Where there is trouble, there is Judy 
. . . poise in a white lab coat . . . 
-iMTi-vear waiting period ends in July 
will. ling . . . "Your turn to go to the 
Hri-Hive" . . . Biology major from 
K.ianoke Rapids . . . P. S. . . . Judy. 



JO CROWDER 

Lover of mountains and Joe . . . debater 
from way back . . . fiddle-faddle ... "I 
don't want to go" . . . emerald ring 
leads to February wedding, wife and 
school teacher ... an Education major 
from Raleigh ... P. S. ... Jo. 



DIANE EDWARDS DAUGHERTY 

Summer in Williamsburg . . . long 
weekend at Yale . . . nice personality 
after 10 A.M. . . . reader . . . authority 
(in Sigmund Freud . . . Faithful leaf 
(111 The Twig ... he was nice . . . 
a History major from Norfolk, Virginia 
. . . P. S. . . . Daughtry. 



PHYLLIS ANN DEAN 



Letters from Burlington 
romance . . . fraternity 
ring, summer wedding pli 



1 ideal 
amond 
. Sum- 
mer time Girl Scout who sleeps late 
in school . . . Lesson plans and history 
books ... a History major from Ashe- 
ville . . . P. S. . . . Ann. 



CLASS OF '64 



FRANCES ANN DEWITT 

Carrot-top . . . "Hurry up ya'll" . . . 
Economical to the last piece of soap 
. . . Bob, love at first sight . . . October 
pin, August wedding . . . diligent stu- 
dent . . , Will you do it? ... Business 
major from Apex . . . P. S. . . . Ann. 



MARIE HOPE DUNN 

Lati> to bed and early to rise . . . Loves 
to play the piano . . . Talkative . . . 
addicted to term papers . . . Tony . . . 
Engagement ring in October and wed- 
ding plans for July ... a History major 
from Pinetops . . . P. S. . . . Marie. 



MARY ELLEN ELLIS 

Dimples . . . successful Corn Hnskin" 
Chairman . . . Pearl Harbor '62 . . . 
"My very navy blue weejuns" . . . sum- 
mer parties and winter beach trips . . . 
Flat Tire "63 . . . visiting the sharki in 
the oceai . . . Education major from 
Fremont . . . P. S. . . . Bookie. 



BARBARA SUE ENNIS 

Crazy hats . . . meetings galore . . . 
well-rounded personality . . . Able 
leader . . . "Yawl, I got so tickled" . . . 
Birthday a week . . . ("There's no way 
I could have passed that one!") . . . 
English major from Dunn . . . P. S. 



LINDA GALE EVANS 

Complexion of peaches and cream . . . 
After five years with Kenny, June wed- 
ding plans ... All "Ears" at the house 
. . . Afternoon naps . . . "You know?" 
. . . Va. Beach . . . Flat Tire '63 . . . 
Art major from High Point . . . P. S. 
. . . Linda E. 



NANCY EVANS 

A versatile blonde from the Big City 
. . . A.A. leader with more bounce to 
the ounce — on one side . . . Tom's 
sweetheart of Sigma Chi . . . Miss 
C.U.Q. ... a Nightshirt ... a Soci- 
ology major from Bronxville, N. Y. . . . 
P. S. . . . Nancy. 




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SENIORS 



FRIEDA JANE FARMER 

I'rr-onalitv with a touch of brilliance 
. . . Mrs. Pe-aiock's protegee . . . wed- 
(litis plans and lesson plans . . . 
•Choil.s" . . . Judicial Board Chairman 
with a "fair deal" for students . . . 
organization personified . . . English 
major from Lynchburg . . . P. S. . . . 
Frieda. 



MARY EUGENIA FEATHERSTON 

Stonefeather, the Alabama kid . . . 
mother of many kittens . . . Phi favor- 
ite .. . goes to bed late and gets up 
later . . . "About that clock-radio" . . . 
a Nightshirt . . . Biology major from 
Fort Payne, Ala. . . . P. S. . . . Ginger. 



PEGGY JOYCE FISH 

Dependability — "Ya'll I completely for- 
got!!" . . . Running roommates to the 
altar . . . "He's just a good friend" . . . 
"Bet!!!!" . . . Marriage counselor for 
Bet ... 1 :30 TV every day . . . "Golly 
Pete!" . . . Education major from Wil- 
son ... P. S. ... P. J. 

BETSY JANE FORBES 

Frequent trips to Wilson . . . Paul — 
Plans!! . . . '"Who painted my goat?" 
. . . Illustrious Chief Fire Warden . . . 
English major for three years!! . . . 
1 :30 TV every day . . . who wound her 
up? . . . Education major from Wilson 
. . . P. S. . . . Bet. 



EVA MAE FOXWORTH 

Twinkling eyes and matching smile . . . 
good natured ... an unforgettable ac- 
cent — "a watter spoider on the counter- 
pin" . . . that special shift for after- 
wards . . . flying eggs . . . understanding 
in court and dorm "cases" . . . Sociology 
major from Winston-Salem . . . P. S. 
. . . Eve. 



ELIZABETH KEIGHRON FUQUA 

Keeps them on a string . . . letters 
from V.M.I. . . . schemer . . . fun-filled 
summer at Carolina with a great desire 
to return . . . English problems ... a 
nap a dav . . . Biologv major from 
Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . Betsy. 



CLASS OF '64 



MARJORIE GRAHAM GASH 

A Meredith Mrs. with a winning smile 
. . . concern for others . . . interest in 
contemporary theology . . . four mil- 
lion gallons of midnight oil . . . Dr. 
Mac's protegee . . . blond hair? ... a 
Religion major from Raleigh . . . P. S. 
. . . Marjorie. 



SHELLIE MULL GUILLAND 

Gift for gab . . . diet-rite colas and 
do-nuts . . . Ivan and a Sig Ep bunga- 
low . . . "What are you studying for 
the quiz?" . . . spunk and spirit . . . 
an Education major from Burlington 
. . . P. S. . . . Queenie. 



FRANCES KATHLEEN GLENN 

Parasitic term papers . . . eager for 
Durham for various reasons . . . ardent 
lover of "champagne" . . . just loved 
reading those stacks . . . always ahead 
of herself ... a History major from 
Durham . . . P. S. . . . Frances. 



ELIZABETH SMITH GODWIN 

Stately blue eyed miss . . . never a bad 
word for anyone . . . homemade bread 
and coffee . . . bridge 'till midnight, 
then Van Cliburn ... a Sociology 
major from Greensboro . . . P. S. . . . 
Godwin. 



NANCY LLEWELLYN GODWIN 

Southern lady with a sincere smile . . . 
always on the go . . . infectious giggle 
. . . exasperated "mother" of 3 and 
devoted teacher of 32 . . . level headed 
search for the "ideal man" ... an 
Education major from Charlotte . . . 
P. S. . . . Nancy. 



ELIZABETH CAMILLE GRIFFIN 

A sweet, soft-voiced South Carolina 
belle . . . bound for graduate school 
and "Higher Learning" . . . "Y'all. this 
is just a bunch of junk" ... a willing, 
friendly spirit ... an English major 
from Grier, South Carolina . . . P. S. 
. . . "Camel." 





SENIORS 



LOIS ELAINE GRIFFIN 

Natural curls and mismatched eyes . . . 
Mover ... "I want to go home!" . . . 
Sweet girl . . . lover of tootsie pops 
and cats . . . long lost attraction for 
the Air Force . . . Math major from 
Williamston . . . P. S. . . . Laine. 



MARY ANNE GRIMSHAW 

Happy-go-lucky . . . "All day, all night, 
Mary Ann" . . . genuine concern , . . 
happiness is a warm charburger . , , 
"I wanna go out" . . . monkeys, MG's, 
and mint juleps ... a Spanish major 
from Rockingham . . . P. S. . . . Anne. 



CAROL GALLOWAY HAGER 

Big wedding in January . . . perman- 
ently snowed after four years . . . 
"spastic" and full of life ... so pro- 
found . . . love those hamburgers . . . 
"Hi ya. kids" . . . "Oooh, I spilled it!" 
. . . a Business major from Charlotte 
. . . P. S. . . . Carol. 



MARTHA HAYWOOD HANFORD 

One of Miss Bell's young ladies . . . 
Pepsi drinking from morning till night 
. . . Marked by carefree wit . . . Doub- 
ling as a sixth grade teacher and BiUy's 
devoted wife ... an English and Edu- 
cation major from Candor . . . P. S. . . . 
Martha. 



SANDRA GAYLE HARRILL 

Keeps the phones ringing and boys 
waiting . . . beauty inside and out . . . 
night lights burning and never-ending 
alarm clock . . . personality plus . . . 
our Long Sam with a Southern drawl 
... a Sociology major from Gaffney . . . 
P. S. . . . Sandy. 



FREDA BARRY HARTNESS 

"Ya'll what's wrong with me?" . . . 
Home Ec. Pres. . . . W. F. Retreats 
and weekends at the church . . . versa- 
tility plus ... a great one for mail 
to males . . . 1 :30 TV every day . . . 
Home Economics major from Sanford 
. . . P. S. . . . Freda. 



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CLASS OF '64 



JOAN MYATT HILL 

Matlimatical artist . . . trench coat . . . 
earrings . . . pearl fingernails . . . party 
girl . . . Miss Sarcasm . . . "Gadzooles" 
. . . "There are only four things 1 do 
fast: walk, talk, dance, and drive" . . . 
Gypsy ... a Math major from Raleigh 
. . . P. S. . . . Joan. 



ANN PALMER HODGE.S 

Versatility personified . . . Interests in 
Chapel Hill, Raleigh, England . . . 
Pearl Harbor '62 . . . Late again ; asleep 
in class again . . . ptomaine poison . . . 
out of surgery singing KA songs . . . 
"Got it" . . . History major from Farm- 
ville ... P. S. ... A. P. 



JERRY LOU HOLBERT 

Riding pants under a white lab coat 
. . . MoUie . . . long hours in Hunter 
Hall . . . frog doctor and horse doctor 
. . . many week-ends at home . . . 
Biology major from Albemarle . . . P. S. 
. . . Jerry Lou. 



BETTY BOWMAN HOOKS 

Leader of the PERFECT Seniors . . . 
"I'm so upset!" . . . Chronic nightowl 
. . . Wide-eyed pertness with decided 
opinions ... a summer blonde ... a 
loud voice above the crowd . . . ""Flat 
tire" . . . Education major from Fre- 
mont . . . P. S. . . . Hooks. 



MARGARET CLAY HOUGHTON 

Striking Virginia Belle with a Southern 
drawl . . . "Let me tell you about my 
'winning' blind date!" . . . Capable 
Rowena, dependable leader . . . Mere- 
dith's Emily Post . . . walks in the 
woods . . . Sociology major from Dan- 
ville . . . P. S. . . . Hought. 



FRANCES ANN HOWARD 

A Virginia lass from Sweet Briar . . . 
always hungry — anybody want a drink 
from downstairs? . . . always willing 
to lend a hand . . . knitting needles 
always clicking . . . schedule beyond 
compare . . . Education major from 
Richmond . . . P. S. . . . Ann 





SENIORS 



ROSE MARIE HUMPHREY 

Sparkling eyes and naturally curly hair 
. . . Mark . . . October engagement 
and August wedding . . . Fire in the 
room on a cold day . . . "get the ice" 
. . . '"Let's cut today" . . . Education 
major from New Bern . . . P. S. . . . 
Rose. 



MARY IRENE ISRAEL 

Big brown eyes and contacts . . . ten 
o'clock chocolate sodas . . . dates with 
Sid . . . Cold "Clyde" and road maps 
. . . Diamond during exam week . . . 
December wedding . . . unique circus 
. . . Chemistry major from McCain . . . 
P. S. . . . Mary. 



SUE ANNE JAMES 

Fickle Sue, Carolina Beaux, deci- 
sions(?) . . . afternoon naps ... a 
flair for fashion and fine music ... a 
child of Euclid . . . practical, organized, 
and thrifty . . . smiling, always happy 
. . . Math major from Raleigh . . . P. S. 
. . . Sue Anne. 



BOBBY LYNNE JEFFORDS 

Letters from Hampton ... a July wed- 
ding . . . Charles . . . Silence — Huh? 
. . . What does that mean??? . . . 
always late . . . Gullible ... a friend 
in need is a friend indeed . . . Sociology 
major from Columbus, Georgia . . . 
P. S. . . . Bobbie. 



FRANCES LEWIS JOHNSON 

"Bunnie Rabbit" . . . "ya'll" . . . that 
laugh . . . personality plus and humor 
gallore . . . always there when needed 
... an honest, honest opinion . . . 
ilescriplive phrases unec|ualed by any- 
one . . . Flat tire '63 . . . History major 
from Greensboro . . . P. S. . . . Frannie. 



PAULA SUE JOHNSON 
look sophisticated? 



•parkling diamond from Gerald . . . 
"What am I going to major in?" . . . 
■lo>rt full of beautiful clothes . . . 
-unnmr wedding . . . home in Chapel 
Hill . . . Education major from Lilling- 
un . . . P. S. . . . Sue. 



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CLASS OF '64 



RUTH ELLEN JOHNSON 

A little pixie with an impish air . . . 
forever damning inanimate objects . . . 
twenty-six guys on a string — echoes of 
Myrtle Beach ... a pint-size teacher 
of half-pint kids ... an Education 
major from Goldsboro . . . P. S. . . . 
Ruthie. 



KITTY KELLY 

Frequent thoughts of George and con- 
stant letter writing . . . one who always 
thinks of others . . . the definite appeal 
of a green-eyed blonde . . . "Miss Kitty 
and trips to the hill" ... a Sociology 
major from Tabor City . . . P. S. . . . 
Kitey. 



SANDRA ANDERSON KELLY 

Petite lady whh a winsome air . . . 
college career broken by many changes 
. . . from Furman to Meredith dorms 
to home with Kelly . . . interest in 
sociology . . . pooch named Penelope 
... a Home Economics major from 
Charlotte . . . Sandy. 



ELIZABETH FITCHETT KIDD 

"Got any good novels I can read?" . . . 
Blind date results in instant romance 
. . . Steve and daily hour-long phone 
calls . . . Let's play a hand ... a love 
for kids ... an Education major from 
Burlington . . . P. S. . . . Betsy. 



JANE KINCHELOE 

Better known as Kinche . . . petite, big 
brown eyes, vivacious . . . "asking for 
Aces?" . . . late to bed, late to rise 
. . . enjoys painting . . . Pete's Pin- 
mate ... an Education major from 
Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . Jane. 



PATRICIA LOCKHARD LAY 

"Guess what, yall!" — with a Yankee 
accent . . . infectious laugh . . . here 
a weekend, there a weekend . . . hopes 
set on grad school . . . petite redhead 
who never unwinds till dawn ... a 
Sociology major from Falls Church, 
Virginia . . . P. S. . . . Pat. 




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SENIORS 



JO LYNN LEE 

Disli-water blonde smiling all the time 
. . . Hubby named Jimmy and a two- 
year old beauty named Ellen . . . leaving 
dorms at 1 :00 A.M. . . . pride of Hugh 
Morson's Jr. High . . . History major 
from Raleigh ... P. S. ... Jo Lynn. 



DIANA DUPREE LLOYD 

"Funniest thing!"' . . . Kenny and those 
banking hours ... a log cabin and 
early American furniture . . . "forget 
it!" . . . party girl . . . the devil's in her 
eyes . . . that sparkle! ... an Educa- 
tion major from Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . 
Diana. 



BETSY ROSE LONG 

Tall blonde with many phone calls . . . 
flirt, flirt! . . . "Have I told you about 
Glacier Park?" ... Oh, to curb wild 
third "Ida" . . . "Who? What? When? 
Where?" ... a Home Economics major 
from Roxboro . . . P. S. . . . Rosa. 



LELIA DOWNEY McFARLAND 

Eit:hth grade romance leads to Sopho- 
more engagement to Jimmy and plans 
for a June wedding . . . January grad- 
uate . . . "Let's go out to eat!" . . . 
"Wake me up for supper." ... an 
Education major from Oxford . . . P. S. 
. . . Lelia. 



LILLIAN FRANCES McFARLAND 

Friendly . . . "Hono-lu-lu" . . . prompt- 
ness(?) . . . "I'm going to straighten 
my bangs" . . . sweetness and innocence 
lopped with a smile . . . drive-in over 
walk-in . . . always washing her face 
. . . Education major from Oxford . . . 
P. S. . . . Lillian. 



MARY LYON McKENNEY 

Our capable leader . . . meetings galore 
. . . always friendly hello and time for 
student problems ... a beautiful voice 
. . . "Tommy's a sweetie pie" ... a 
high school romance, and wedding 
plans . . . Math major from Virginia 
Beach . . . P. S. . . . McKenney. 



CLASS OF '64 



MARY JUHAN McMANUS 



"But I haven't got my eyebrows on!" 
... A towel for her feet . . . "This 
room was clean just five minutes ago!" 
. . . .\flernoons studying with George 
. . . "Where's my fountain pin?" . . . 
Art major from Matthews . . . P. S. . . . 
Mary Mac. 



JOYCE OLIVER McMlLLAN 

Bubbling over . . . those Monday night 
blues ... "I feel ugly" . . . boys all 
over the place . . . just as attractive 
inside as out . . . "dee-deep" . . . the 
second time around??? ... an Educa- 
tion major from Selma . . . P. S. . . . 
Joy. 



FRANCES KING McNAIRY 

Big brown eyes and a turned-up nose 
. . . trips to Roxboro . . . Finally faith- 
ful to Wink . . . Wild about those 
Carolina "gentlemen" . . . health and 
sports fanatic . . . midnight Giggles 
... an Education major from Greens- 
boro . . . P. S. . . . Mac. 



JOYCE ELLEN MACKINTOSH 

Vivacious Astro leader . . . quiet bridge 
game on WTFS . . . Guardian of the 
wayward flock at Pearl Harbor "62 . . . 
State, Duke, Trinity ... A D Phi pin 
. . . from Connecticut to Chapel Hill . . . 
Sociology major from Raleigh . . . 
P. S. . . . Ellen. 



ANNA LOU MATHIS 

All American Girl . . . Poteat Hall's 
"First Lady" . . . D. U. Pin, Roses 
from Gil . . . weekends at Carolina . . . 
organizer . . . vogue seamstress . . . 
progressive, practical liberal with a 
respect for the past . . . History major 
from Rulherfordton . . . P. S. . . . 
Lou. 



REBECCA GRACE MATTHEWS 

Talkative, vivacious . . . study nights 
with Jim at Wesley ... a certain tall 
15 18") someone . . . independence 
tamed . . . Math problems . . . Second 
Brewer for three years ... a Math 
major from Falls Church, Virginia . . . 
P. S. . . . Becky. 




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SENIORS 



BETTY LOUISE MILFORD 

Warm smile and a sympathetic ear . . . 
chocolate lover with an over-worked 
conscience . . . Religion major with a 
"choice vocabulary" . . . First Lady of 
the Oak Leaves . . . After five years, 
an August bride ... an Education 
major from Charlotte . . . P. S. . . . 
Louise. 



CAROL ELLIS MONTAGUE 

'"Donnie" and Fox Leap . . . Atlanta 
. . . Winston and an apartment in Ra- 
leigh . . . Juvenile Court and a bicycle 
... a true friend who is always eager 
to help ... a Sociology major from 
Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . Carol. 



SUE ELLEN MOODY 

Parliamentarian . . . Moody's Moods 
. . . cherishes her Christmas gag gift 
. . . her guy "Prunes" . . . revolutionist 
and debater . . . "He's beautiful, ya'll!" 
. . . "Let's burn incense!" . . . novel 
or magazine? ... a History major from 
Louisville. Kentucky . . . P. S. . . . 
Moody. 



RHONDA KAYE MORGAN 

First grade teacher in French heels . . . 
Sta gering in the dark! . . . And Joe 
said . . . Airy MG . . . Dreams of 
Europe and mink . . . Five years!!!!! 
. . . Raise the Winder ... a Religion 
major from Lexington . . . P. S. . . . 
Rhonda. 



JLDITH FITZJOHN MURDOCK 

Enthusiastic student, capable wife, and 
wonderful mother — to be . . . "Only 
her hairdresser knows for sure" . . . 
bubbling personality with a ready wit 
. . . long evenings before the fire . . . 
a History major from Raleigh . . . 
P. S. . . . Judy. 



ANN FRAVEL NOOE 

A smoke filled room and Twig beats 
... a "good" party and a fiat-tire . . . 
a canvas and a hairbrush . . . Lambda 
Chi pin and a letter from Bob ... a 
History major from Pittsboro . . . P. S. 
. . . Nooe. 



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CLASS OF '64 



CAROLYN YVONNE NORRIS 

Tall, slender brunette with wandering 
eyes . . . the class wit . . . Pratt's 
protegee? . . . music warden at Switch- 
blade U. . . . class lyrist ... 9:30 Bee 
Hive coffee . . . happiness is Virginia 
Beach . . . music major from Greens- 
boro . . . P. S. . . . Y'ivonv. 



CAROLYN ENGLISH NORWOOD 

Quiet capability . . . Dr. Johnson's 
girl Friday . . . knows everything about 
anything . . . possessor of quality we'd 
like to have . . . "Now Kitty . . . !!!" 
. . . The soft casual look that always re- 
mains calm ... an English major from 
Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . Norton. 



MARTHA ANN OSBORNE 

Southern beauty and charm . . . artistic 
. . . illegal no trump ... a surprise 
diamond from Sonny . . . studies as 
a last resort . . . "is there any coffee?" 
... an Art major from Asheville . . . 
P. S. . . . Ozzie. 



JUDITH LORRAINE PASCHAL 

A Mona Lisa look . . . transfer from 
Virginia Interment . . . Prexy of Fair- 
cloth . . . Popular gal with eye-catching 
tresses .^ . . "Moody, pull down those 
shades!" ... a Sociology major from 
Greensboro . . . P. S. . . . Judy. 



LENA ROSE PATTERSON 

Late to bed and latest to rise . . . chief 
mathematician . . . weekends at Caro- 
lina . . . memories of Europe . . . 
"philosopher Patterson" . . . "Pepsi, 
please!" . . . many problems . . . 
"Where are my eyes?" ... a Math 
major from Smithfield . . . P. S. . . . 
Lena. 



CATHERINE STOVALL PEACOCK 

Three years of dorm life, then summer 
wedding and new roommate . . . "Tom- 
my told me this morning" . . . Special 
chef for dorm friends . . . Abundance 
of gaity and generosity . . . efficiency 
plus ... a Math major from Stovall 
. . . P. S. . . . Catherine. 





SENIORS 



JIIDITH FAYE PEARCE 




Litt 



girl with big blue eyes . . . 
"But. y'all, this one's different" . . . 
"This is IT!" . . . Atlanta-bound . . . 
summer in D. C. leads to big future 
plans . . . pilgrim from Jerusalem . . . 
an Economics major from Wake Forest 
. . . P. S Judy. 



Ml LUCENT KATHERINE PEARCE 

Petite mountain lass with loads of 
t-t-tact . . . majoring in electives . . . 
"Chatt rbox" . . . "Definitely not before 
Christmas." then an October engage- 
ment . . . NEA shepherd of 91 wander- 
ing sheep . . . Twig censorer . . . Educa- 
tion major from Lenoir . . . P. S. . . . 
Millie. 



GLORIA THOMPSON PERRY 

Transfer from Florida State . . . Christ- 
mas bride, 1962 . . . diiferent hair-do 
every week . . . contractor husband, 
Don . . . auctions and antiques . . . 
bubbling personality . . . sings like a 
nightingale . . . degree in three years 
. . . P. S. . . . Gloria. 



LINDA SUE PIERCE 

Graduating in three years to marry 
Bob . . . weekends at Clemson . . . 
SAZ sweetheart . . . Taps beauty . . . 
Those blue, blue eyes . . . Avid funny 
paper fan . . . addicted to tea ... an 
Education major from Charlotte . . . 
P. S. . . . Linda. 



ADALIA WIGGS POWELL 

.\ngelic look but devilish mind ... a 
smile that wins friends and a KA pin 
. . . Beauty and her sewing machine 
. . . December bride . . . Anyone for 
coffee ... a Home Economics major 
from Selma . . . P. S. . . . Adalia. 



MARGARET PAGE PRUITT 

Sparkling brown eyes and natural curls 
. . . Seniors' Pocahontas . . . trips to 
Wake Forest . . . optimist . . . con- 
tagious laugh . . . 4th Stringfield's 
keeper ... all night stands . . . "Tell 
it!" ... an English major from Louis- 
burg . . . P. S. . . . Peggy. 



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MABEL ANN PUCKETT 

Light and bright ... A worn-out type- 
writer . . . The Hive's busiest Bee . . . 
"But I don't want to like him" . . . 
A.A.'s faithful business manager ... a 
patient, understanding friend ... a 
Business major from Richmond . . . 
P. .S. . . . May Belle. 



ELSIE MARGARET RACKLEY 

A bit of sawdust, a sob, a scream — "Its 
leg fell off!" — a pitiful marionette . . . 
incrimination black stained hands 
mean — ?? ... 54 more days!! . . . 
letters from Fort Jackson . . . Doug 
. . . Art major from Smithfield . . . 
P. S. . . . Rackles. 



BARBARA JANE RADFORD 

Friendly, versatile, and full of life . . . 
she came, she saw, she conquered — 
everybody . . . Numerous calls from 
different boys . . . "Her motley crew" 
. . . she made history in the History 
Department ... a History major from 
New Bern . . . P. S. . . . Barbara. 



STELLA KAREN RAINES 

"Girls, we must clean up our language" 
. . . daily new year's resolutions 
. . . perpetual worry-wart . . . Tact ( ? ) 
personified . . . expressive eyes ... a 
natural wit . . . unselfish co-operation 
. . . "Flat-tire" . . . English major from 
Kings Mountain . . . P. S. . . . Raines. 



KATHERINE ALLISON RATLEY 

Sweetness and light . . . "Bill said . . ." 
. . . Friday morning visits with the 
Cerebral Palsy kids . . . B.A. in three 
years and endless summer schools . . . 
Class Day wedding and a preacher's 
wife . . . Sociology major from Red 
Springs . . . P. S. . . . Rat. 



JANE CAROL REAMS 

Lively blonde — only her hairdresser 
knows! . . . "Wh-u-u-t?" . . . Weekends 
at home with Bobby . . . "Gardenias!" 
Chocolate milkshakes . . . "Como esta 
Ud., Mario?" . . . Happiness is Vir- 
ginia Beach! . . . Everybody's beauti- 
cian . . . Sociology major from Warren- 
ton ... P. S. .. . Carol. , 





SENIORS 



ELIZABETH ANN RIVERS 

A staunch South Carohnian who trav- 
eled north . . . flowers and long distance 
calls from Buddy ... an artist at heart 
. . . chief "Acorn" . . . "Snoopy" fan 
. . . "Let's brew some tea!" ... a His- 
tory major from Camden, S. C. . . . 
P. S. . . . Ann. 



MARTHA REDFEARN RIVERS 

Leader of the Perfect Juniors . . . 
"chemistry prof" . . . 10:00 o'clock 
dates and phone calls galore . . . Sam 
and the VW . . . how do you spell? . . . 
interested participant in Meredith life 
... a Math major from Wadesboro . . . 
P. S. . . . Martha. 



CLARENE FRANCES ROBERTSON 

I. F. C. and TKE pin from Bob, her 
best friend . . . soft red hair, always 
dating . . . Thanksgiving, 1963 — trip 
to New York to meet her "in-laws" . . . 
first Poteat hall proctor . . . English 
major from Hillsboro . . . P. S. . . . Pud. 



KAREN ANN ROBERTS 



Sports car fan . 
Virginia Beach . 
on the phone . . 
for fire drills . . 
cessful (■."» Hall 
shirt . . . Math 
... P. S. ... K 



. . "Where else" . . . 
. . Christmas Carols 
never a scarf except 
. "El Karo" . . . suc- 
Proctor ... a night- 
major from Charlotte 



SANDRA LOUISE SEARCY 

Home every week-end . . . November 
engagement . . . March wedding . . . 
letters from Bill . . . constant buzz of 
portable sewing machine . . . "I'm not 
having a very good time" . . . Education 
major from Forest City . . . P. S. . . . 
Sandra. 



PENELOPE ANN SENTER 

Diamond from Mel . . . Miss Bell's 
bulletin boards . . . Lots of stuffed 
animals . . . "19 months till June, '64!" 
... 2.5 miles to Carolina . . . Lovely 
natural curls . . . trips to the beach 
. . . Education major from Lillington 
. . . P. S. . . . Penelope. 



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SANDRA LEE SESSOMS 

Chemistry lab's right-hand girl . . . 
never a dull weekend . . . just loves 
little red sports cars???????? . . . 
black, curly locks that top a striking 
figure . . . Wonderful friends with 
Allen??? ... a Chemistry major from 
Apex . . . P. S. . . . Sandra. 



LOUISE GRADY SHERRON 

Transfer from Peace College . . . own 
vocabulary . . . about that valentine 
candy . . . out-going personality . . . 
future Beethoven with bedroom eyes 
. . . many fraternity parties ... an 
Education major from Raleigh . . . 
P. S. . . . Lou. 



LUCIE GERALDINE SHERVETTE 

Southern belle with poise and charm 
. . ._ that "just stepped out of a band 
box" look . . . "garden peas!" . . . coffee- 
maker for third Poteat . . . straight- 
faced humor belied by twinkling eyes 
... a Historv major from Enfield . . . 
P. S Lu: 



MARY PITTARD SHIPPS 

A southern belle with a slow, quiet 
drawl . . . new role as wife and teacher 
. . . devoted to ancient history? . . . 
natural beauty within and without . . . 
an Education major from Raleigh . . . 
P. S Mary. 



HARRIET HARTLEY SIDES 

Cute blonde with quick smile . . . exam 
time: borrowed parlor chair and doused 
hair! ... TV mechanic . . . where are 
my glasses? . . . August wedding and 
Howard Johnson's ... a Religion major 
from Welcome . . . P. S. . . . Heartless. 



HELEN FLORENCE SIMMS 

Salts and sweets . . . fudge . . . B.B.'s 
bashful blonde . . . Pika pin . . . out- 
side the 35 mile radius in Winston- 
-Salem ... "I have something to tell 
you" . . . NEAT . . . monogramming 
... an Education major from Raleigh 
. . . P. S Helen. 




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BRENDA MARGARET SMITH 

Home from the Archives . . . fuzzy 
sweaters and Tabu . . . letters and phone 
calls from West Point . . . Nestle's 
crunch bars . . . keeper of the cage 
. . . southern belle ... a History major 
from New Bern . . . P. S. . . . Brenda. 



DOLLIE LOUISE SMITH 

Fayetteville's captivating columnist . . . 
4 a.m. inspirations . . . hours in the 
alley . . . piddling in the pool . . . $4.10 
in the tambourine ... a car with seats 
for 4, but room for 20 more ... a 
Sociology major from Fayetteville . . . 
P. S. . . . Dollie. 



CHARITY RUSSELL SNIDER 

An August wedding and an apartment 
with Jerry . . . second grade at Murphy 
. . . Sundays in Denton . . . wheel- 
barrow fund? . . . separation in May; 
reunion in June . . . petite girl with 
petite voice ... an Education major 
from Denton . . . P. S. . . . Charity. 



BETTY ALBERT SODEMAN 

Dresdan doll with a determined mind 
. . . interminable meal times . . . leader 
of BSU . . . endless conferences, meet- 
ings, and retreats . . . studying (?) 
with Richard . . . incorrigible "Sode- 
manisms" . . . amateur philosopher . . . 
a Religion major from Winston-Salem 
. . . P. S. . . . Betty. 



NANCY JANE SPENCER 

A diamond and brogans from Paul . . . 
sparkling green eyes . . . "most in love!" 
... a purple regala and charter mem- 
bership in MC.A . . . "what's your 
major this year. Spencer?" ... a His- 
tory major from Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . 
Nancy. 



JOYCE ELLEN STAINBACK 

A blue eyed miss with a flare for neat- 
ness . . . the first leader of the perfect 
class . . . two year hall proctor . . . 
"I've gotta' call Eddie!" . . . wedding 
plans ... a Math major from New 
Bern . . . P. S. . . . Joyce Ellen. 



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CHRISTINE HARDY STALLINGS 

"Deutsch, Fran<:ais, Enid Englisc— any 
one?" . . . enthusiastic violinist . . . 
contemplations in solitude . . . quiet 
ainliilion . . . liable to quote you lines 

.if Sli;ikr-|ii';in' . . . noble heart . . . 
.Ii~. niiiiiii iiiiil ihnughtful ... an Eng- 
livh iiiaior Iriini Louisburg . . . Chris. 



ANN HERRING STEPHENSON 

From Wake Forest deacons to Meredith 
ansel . . . from dorm drudgery to house- 
wife chores to student teaching . . . 
winning smile for everyone . . . over- 
come with Astro light before Rush . . . 
an excellent cook ... an Education 
major from Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . 
Ann. 



MARGARET MOVING STRICKLAND 

A typical southern miss with slow, 
sweet, and sophisticated ways . . . poli- 
tics and term papers . . . memories of 
a summer at the beach ... a contem- 
porary philosopher and amateur psycho- 
analyst ... a History major from Rocky 
Mount . . . P. S. . . . Margaret. 



GAYLE PRICE SULLIVAN 

Tall, blue-eyed blonde with a tall brown- 
I'ved. brown-haired husband. Charles 
.'. . ^\Mu■^um-~ student of Duke, ACC, 
and Mrrr.lilh . . . "Guess what Chuck 
dill I" . . . \hvays helping with a ready 
Mnilr ... an Knelish major from Selma 
. . . P. S. . . . Gayle. 



JEAN ARTHUR TATE 

Poetry and a diamond from a very 
speeal journalist . . . artist and musi- 
cian at heart . . . potential teacher of 
the younger set . . . veep of S.A.T. . . . 
striking brunette with a colorful ward- 
robe ... an Education major from 
Burlington . . . P. S. . . . Jean. 



LINDA FRANCES THOMAS 

Short hair and smiling eyes . . . mid- 
night calls . . . senior stunt leader . . . 
flat tire '63 . . . ''Now Bookie you've 
got to do it yourself" ... a January 
grad and a February bride ... a His- 
tory major from Morven . . . P. S. . . . 
Linda T. 




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NANCY HARWELL TRIBBLE 

Transfer from Virginia Intermont . . . 
baked potatoes . . . David and Canter- 
bury . . . petite miss with a big smile 
. . . Math teacher at woman's prison 
. . . Grendel's pride . . . summer 
abroad ... a .'Sociology major from 
Suffolk. Va. . . . P. S. . . . Tribble. 



BRUCE BREWER TULL 

Curly blonde locks with mischievous 
blue eyes . . . world's cutest liar . . . 
stage struck lassie . . . absolutely no 
worries . . . "where's my Richmond 
County journal?" . . . cats . . . flat 
tire "63 . . . an Education major from 
Rockingham . . . P. S. . . . Brucie. 



PATRICIA .^NNE TUPPER 

Always smiling . . . clumsy at break- 
fast . . . graduating in three years . . . 
rehearsals with the North Carolina Slate 
Ballet Company . . . floating after 
Thursday night "dates" . . . finally 
noticed Chuck — and how! ... an Edu- 
cation major from Wilmington . . . 
P. S. . . . Pat. 



PEGGY LAURA TUTOR 

First with a diamond (9/28/60) . . . 
Tinker and letters from Campbell sealed 
with "shut-up" . . . Myrtle Underwood 
and the first grade . . . "funniest thing" 
. . . "another baguette lost from my 
ring!" ... an Education major from 
Holly Springs . . . P. S. . . . Peggy. 



MARY LOUISE TYNDALL 

A duchess from Duke . . . fluttering 
eyelashes as she talks . . . opinionated 
views . . . the sleepiest person awake 
... a "patio" and a candy bar . . . 
trousseau lingerie worn everyday ... a 
Business major from Kinston . . . P. S. 
. . . Mary Louise. 



•SANDRA LOUISE WALLACE 



Brown-eyed miss known as 



letters from Moth 
and french fries . 
and Myrtle Beach 
the Lance distributor . . . 
... an Education major 
P. S. . . . Sandra 



lotte 



dietetic D.P.'s 
a rocking chair 
"Oh.Do!" . . . 

. . a Nightshirt 
Cliar- 



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HANNAH SUELLEN WALTER 

A petite miss with a sparkling person- 
ality . . . dreams of traveling ... an 
enthusiastic social worker for Juvenile 
Court . . . McKenney's answering serv- 
ice ... a granny night shirt resulting 
in a classic nickname ... a Sociology 
major from Kinston . . . P. .S. . . . 
(Grandmother. 




FRANCES RUTH WALTERS 

Petite figure . . . transfer from Peace 
... a change of hair for a change of 
feelings . . . plenty of phone calls and 
dates . . . ■'let me entertain vou'" . . . 
quiet but always busy ... an Education 
major from La Grange . . . P. S. . . . 



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Transfer from State . . . family 

Bill. Lorie, and new baby . . 

the few with natural blonde tr( 

college degree and two children in three 

years . . . apartment-hunter ... an 

Education major from Raleigh . . . 

P. S. . . . Emmalee. 



MARGUERITE ANN WATERS 

Weekends at Davidson and roses fro 
Skip . . . "Skip's such a dear!" . . 
place for everything, and everythiiij; 
its place . . . "ya'll wait just a minutr 
. . . warden of Third Vann ... a Hi 
tory major from Greensboro ... P. 
. . . Ann. 



REBECCA JANE WATSON 

I'm hungry! . . . most devoted math 
checker . . . admiration and vearning 
for Grad. Dept. K.M.X.C. Stat.- . . . 
Shhhhhh-the sl.rp.iii: l.,■aul^ i, at it 
again — mornin};. .MDiiii:. ihmiii. and 
night ... a 
Point ... P. 



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ANN GORDON WHITE 

Displaced History major in a Math 
suite . . . snap, crackle, pop . . . 
"nothing could be finer than to be at 
Carolina in the morning, afternoon, and 
evening" . . . Virginia brogue ... a 
History major from Warrenton . . . 
P. S. . . . Ann. 







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ELIZAP.ETH STILES WHITE 

Strawberry blonde, saturated with frec- 
kles . . . twinkletoes . . . "did I get any 
mail today?" ... a tattered white (?) 
lab coat . . . dreams of graduate school 
. . . the second time around ... a Math 
major from Bayside, Va. . . . P. S. . . . 
Betty. 



JUNE PATR1CL\ WHITLEY 

Meredith's Teicher . . . peaches and 
cream complexion . . . blonde hair and 
a flashing smile . . . classic "out of it" 
remarks . . . Christmas highlighted 
with a beautiful ring . . . plans for the 
future ... a Music major from Albe- 
marle . . . P. S. . . . June. 



JIDITH CAROLE WICKER 

Weekends at Davidson . . . roses and 
pins . . . studying into the late, late 
hours — Chaucer, Shakespeare . . . over- 
flowing vocabulary, confused intellect 
. . . creative writer of winning stunt 
scripts ... an English major from 
McCain . . . P. S. . . . Wicker. 



BRENDA FRANCES WILLIAMS 

Transfer from Lenoir Rhyne . . . dark 
natural curls . . . olive sandwiches . . . 
playing bridge . . . diligent business 
major . . . frantically hunting ads for 
Twig . . . celery and carrots . . . white 
Ford ... a Business major from Ra- 
leigh . . . P. S. . . . Brenda. 



CAROL HARRIS WILLIAMS 

Efficient homemaker, successful student, 
loyal friend, topped off with a winning 
manner . . . enthusiasm for every task 
she undertakes . . . long hours in the 
library without complaint ... an eye 
to the future ... an Education major 
from Raleigh . . . P. S. . . . Carol. 



PATRICIA JANE WILLIAMS 

Always smiling . . . willing to lend a 
helping hand . . . "He's so sweet" . . . 
denti kiss kid . . . "But I was only 
going one way" . . . door decorations 
for every occasion ... an Education 
major from Kannapolis . . . P. S. . . . 
Tricia. 



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CLASS OF '64 



MARTHA JANE WILLIS 

Neatness in all respects . . . three year 
engagement . . . station to station calls 
from Henry . . . That summer at Caro- 

scared to death" . . . Baby Jane's Fol- 
lies . . . Religion major from Ruther- 
fordton . . . P. S. . . . Jane. 



MARY ELIZABETH WILSON 

An unpredictable lass with generosity 
overflowing . . . dabbles in art; pursues 
music; but an actress at heart ... a 
redhead in Mexico, ash brown in Ra- 
leigh . . . January graduate, March 
bride ... a Spanish major from Thomas- 
ville . . . P. S. . . . Libby. 



MARY VIRGINIA WINFIELD 

Her hair is not more sunny than her 
smile . . . Collector of rare jokes . . . 
Expectations for executive position in 
Atlanta . . . Life of the party . . . Five 
minute study, ten minute break . . . 
Sociology major from Pantego ... P. S. 
. . . Jenny. 



MARY HADLEY WOODARD 

Stratford lass to the Perfect Sr. Class 
. . . warm and friendly smile . . . faith- 
ful bugler at 7:00 A.M. . . . doing 
anything she can get by with ... 1:30 
TV . . . "That's a truism" ... an Edu- 
cation major from Wilson . . . P. S. . . . 
Hadley. 



JANE RAYE WORRELL 

Organized Miss impecably groomed 
'round the clock . . . prune cocktails 
before breakfast . , , love of the arts 
, . , "Ya'll, 1 must say Charles, not 
Tucker" . . . anticipates being a "so- 
phisticated doctor's wife" . . . Spanish 
major fn,m Ruth.rforchon . . . P. S. 
. . . Jane. 



MARY ANN YOl^NTS 

Enthusiastically in favor of anything 
. . . bubbling day student with a smile 
for all . . . frequent visitor to the Bee 
Hive . . . provider of flowers in the 
Home Management House ... a Home 
Economics major from Raleigh . . . P. S. 
. . . Mary Ann. 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Beverley Lipscomb, president 
Jane Dilday, vice-president 
Sherron Boyd, secretary 
Jo Ann Stafford, treasurer 



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Class of '65 . . . Never Say Die . . . Stunt Winners . . . From Little Sisters to Big 
Sisters. More fraternity pins and diamonds as each month goes by . . . Uncertain- 
ties that only change but never disappear . . . Endless bridge games. Subscriptions 
to Modern Bride . . . Continuous talks of future carers. Plans for early gradua- 
tion . . . Letters to Sweethearts far away . . . Excitement over class rings . . . In- 
tense concentration in major fields . . . Scattered over campus in hall proctors' 
suites . . . Good leadership with Donna, Marian, and Beverly . . . Patiently await- 
ing residence in Poteat Dorm . . . Numerous week-ends away from school . . . 
Sleepy-eyed Daisy Pickers . . . Transfers . . . Campus leadership in the year to 
come . . . Junior-Senior fun . . . Memories of life as Freshmen in Stringfield and 
Vann and as Sophomores in Brewer . . . Hopes for summer experiences in Europe 
and throughout the United States . . . Search for answers to life's eternal questions 
in group discussions and alone with roommates . . . Still-Blinddates . . . Newly ac- 
quired confidence as iqiper classmen . . . yet newly acquired fear of the world 
outside . . . Always ready to take on those "Perfect Seniors." 



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Lynn Virginia Abrahaii 
"^^ Elaine Renegar Adams 
Jessica Lynn Adams 
Mary Ann Ainsley 



Mary Virden Alcott 
Gloria Elaine Allen 
Carol Vaughn Andrews 
Mildred Susan Archer 



Frances Ann Arnold 
Linda Lee Arledge 
Corina Faye Autry 
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Alice Faye Baker 
SvKia Gray Barbour 
Faith Wheeler Barde 
Louise DuBose Barri 



Margaret Ann Beard 
Lucy Taylor Bell 
Patricia Ami Berry 
Sherron Winstead Boyd 



Carol Bea Bradshaw 
Martha Carolyn Branon 
Phyllis Braswell 
Mary Ann Britt 



CLASS OF '65 



Nell Cynthia Britton 
Alice Virginia Brown 
Glenda Lucile Brown 
Nancy Jean Buffaloe 

Nancy Sue Buffaloe 
Dorothy Jane Bullock 
Charlotte Ann Burgess 
Dorothy Ann Burroughs 



Julia Vann Butler 
Nancy Anne Campbell 
Zona Dare Carawan 
Anne Taylor Carrawav 



Sarah Louise Carver 
Beverly Jean Chewning 
Verona Wen Lung Chow 
Judith Sunnnerlain Cook 



Nell Jennings Cox 
Sandra Kave Craft 
Nancy Helen Craig 
CoiHiie Rebecca Carver 



Bonnie Sue Creech 
Kay Bridgers Creech 
Mary Elizabeth Curri 
Virginia Ruth Daughl 



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JUNIORS 

Sandra Helen Dean 
Judy Cornelius Deaton 
Patricia Ann Denny 
Margaret Elizabeth Denson 

Allie Jane Dilday 



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Barbara Diane Drake 
Andrianne Donna Dul 



Jane Lull Eaton 
Judith Ann Elliott 
Betty Jo Ellis 
Leta Patricia Enni; 



Bettie Jane Ernst 
Wadad Fayed 
Mary Pauline Finan 
Carla Bonita Fisher 



Nancv Sue Ford 
Toniilee Fulk 
Frances Celeste Garrett 
Nancv Elizabeth Garrett 



Betlv Gower Garvey 
Robin Hortense Gentry 
Hannah Patricia Godwi 
Rita Sue Goodwin 



CLASS OF '65 



Juditli Kay Griffin 
Martha Patricia Griffin 
Susan L\nn Hagwood 
l-:iien Kay Hall 

Linda Jean Harris 
Kvehn Crystal Hartness 
Jiiilie Anne Hartsell 
Lihby Ann Hatley 



Donna Aline Haverstock 
Jane Bettina Hendricks 
Peggy Jane Highsmith 
Janet Louise Hines 



Helen Pojie Hinson 
Carohn Louise Holliday 
Martha Andrews House 
SalU Cumniings Howard 



Carolyn Elizabeth Howell 
Patricia Nileen Hunt 
Nancy Jean Hutcherson 
Betty Hart Ipoch 



Jeanne Estelle Isley 
Sally Gayle Isley 
Bonnie Ruth Jacksoi 
Alice Ann Johnson 







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Mary Ann Jones 
NaiK\ Lou Jones 
Elizabeth Gail Joyce 
Margaret Alice Kelly 

Margaret Deniiison Kerr 
Jacqueline Gail Kinkead 
Betty Glyn Kirkpatrick 
Huth Ann Knott 



Barbara Jean Koch 
Ann Brock Lambeth 
Phoebe Ellen Lassiter 
L\iida Anne Lilly 



Beverley Lee Lipscomb 
Lillie Carol Llo>d 
Loretta Leigh Lloyd 
Brenda Carolyn Long 



Martha McKinnon McArthur 
Pamela Jo McCall 
Lois Elaine McCollum 
Ada Kay McCorkle 



Jane Harriett McLoud 
Priscilla Jane Macomber 
Eleanor LeRoy Marks 
Jerry Ann Martin 



CLASS OF '65 



Eleanor Carol May 
Sandra Jane Mayhevv 
Martha Tan Miller 
Lynn Beth M\ers 

Eleanor Hardaway Parker 
Ruby Rebecca Parker 
Sarah Frances Parker 
Margaret Jane Parrish 



Johnnie LaRue Pearce 
Patricia Hall Pegram 
Lura Anne Penney 
Doris Ann Penninger 



Brenda Carol Petty 
Pen Lile Pettard 
Martha Blanchard Plyle 
Anne Pepper Poole 



Susan Kesler Porter 
Janet Pugh 

Cynthia Elizabeth Radford 
Nancy Bridgers Rawlinson 



Elizabeth Lomax Reavis 
Annie Maynette Regan 
Katie Corinne Savage 
Brenda Nell Shelton 











JUNIORS 



Linda Gail Sheppard 
Cathy Ann Smart 
Andra Katherine Smith 
Helen Earle Smith 

Martha Elizabeth Smith 
Willa Kaye Sparrow 
Betty Carolyn Spence 
Brenda Jo Ann Stafford 



Deborah Windsor Stalli 
Martha Ja\ Staton 
Ruth Carole Stevens 
Martha Susan Stone 



Mabel Jane Straughan 
Brenda Melba Strickland 
Judith Lee Strickland 
Annelise Swendsen 



Lucinda Gertrude Swayne 
Josephine Tankard 
Harriet Virginia Taylor 
Sue Lynn Teachey 



Marion Elizabeth Thomas 
liarliara Tomlinson 
K\angeline Tsioumas 
Catherine Elizabeth Ussery 



CLASS OF '65 



Catherine Elizabeth Vestal 
Patricia Walker 
Marion Elizabeth Welch 
Kathryn Elizabeth Whatley 

Elizabeth Annette Wicker 
Roberta Gail Williams 
Harriet Anne Wilson 
Patricia Ann Womble 



Mary Charlotte Woodard 
Zuda Ellen Youns 





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SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OFFICERS 

Temple Lewis, president 
Anita Hauser, vice-president 
Gail Stevenson, secretary 
Martha Mills, treasurer 



IN MEMORIAM 




Anita Temple Lewis 

January 2, 1944 - January 12, 1964 

"Her own flame needs no attend- 
ing; It will go on glowing forever." 




Class of '66 . . . The second time around, with a sophisticated air . . . well-seasoned 
to the bustle of campus life . . . counselors for bewildered freshmen . . . this time 
we're saying "Be a Phi!" or "Go Astro!'" . . . assuming responsibility in Student 
Government and campus activities . . . biology and peanut plants . . . our colors 
blue and wliite . . . "It's Corn Huskin' this year, and the circus has just come to 
town'" . . . co-operation, camping skills, and Sidney's chocolate cake make a win- 
ning stunt (at least we thought so) ... gab-fests and bridge games ... a Christ- 
mas vacation that fairly flew . . . that famous Sophomore Slump ... a new semester 
and a second chance . . . The White Ral)lut and the Mad Hatter . . . taking up 
knitting — just for fun ... a swinging affair in the court with the Rhythm kids . . . 
belles of tlie ball at our Sophomore dance ... we declare our majors . . . getting 
pinned or still hoping . . . singing in the court to our Big Sisters at May Day . . . 
carrying the daisy chain and white dress tradition . . . fond good-byes to our Big 
Sisters and friends . . . the moments of happiness ... a moment of sorrow as our 
class president was taken from us . . . our Sophomore year . . . one step closer to 
the future — our tomorrow. 



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SOPHOMORES 

Betsy Warren Alford 
Judy Carol Alligood 
Alice Priscilla AtwiU 
Vivian Annette Barbae 

Delinda Baine Barrier 
Harriet Hamrick Barron 
Sarah Louise Bell 
Susan Carol Bell 

Melanie Smith Benton 
Pamela Lynn Billingtoii 
Mary Elizabeth Booker 
Beverly Aime Brown 

Janet Rebecca Brown 
Patricia Neal Brown 
Jeanne Warner Bryant 
Marian Lee Bunch 

Susan Parker Caison 
Joyce Laureen Canady 
Elaine Ruth Carlson 
Elizabeth Anne Carlson 

Linda Elaine Carter 
Myra Ann Caskey 
Josephine Chad wick 
Sara Rosehn Chandler 

Beverley Dale Childress 
Mary Angela Clemons 
Lelia Thomas Clinard 
Phyllis Jean Coats 

Alice Coleman 
Janet Louise Collins 
Jean Cowan Cooley 
Juliet Anne Couns 




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Be\erlv Annetle Cox 
Alice Marie Creech 
Annie Laurie Cress 
Shervl Clark Crowe 

Helen Elaine Grumpier 
Joyce Eileen Daniel 
Darbara Joyce Daves 
(Jloria Ann Davis 

Uu;li Gay Davis 
Florence Minerva Dickens 
Doris Phyllis Duncan 
Virginia Herrington Dunstan 

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Janice Ann Eaton 
Bonnie Jean Eicher 
Betsy Jeanne Frye Evans 

Nancy Ann Farabow 
Carol Jean Felton 
Wilsa Marie Ferguson 
Mary Kate Floyd 

Sandra Carolyn Flynt 
(icorgia Leah Franklin 
Linda Ann Frederick 
Daphne Lynn Gaines 

Norma Eugenia Gargis 
Mary Bridgers Gay 
Bettie Ann Griffin 
Carolyn Elizabeth Griffin 

Janet Jo Grogan 
Anna Jane Guion 
Elizabeth Holmes Guthrie 
Judy Rose Hamrick 



CLASS OF '66 

Ann Gaiclna Haiicliey 
Carolyn Kay Hargrave 
Rulli SimiiiDiis Harringlon 
Linda Diane Hatcher 

Anita Wilma Hauser 
Mary Elizabeth Haverstock 
Kay Elizabeth Hedrick 
Mary Louise Herring 

Bonita Sue Hilton 
Dawn Gay Holden 
Mary Jean Hooks 
Jane Tilson Hooper 

Mary Kaye Howard 
Judith Marie Hubbard 
Pansy Inez Hudler 
Patricia Herring Hurst 

Ann Wright Huss 
Helen Johnelle Ingold 
Martha Adele Inman 
Grace Herring James 

Barbara Ann Johnson 
Carol! E\elyn Johnson 
Virginia Redfern Johnson 
Pamela Elizabeth Jordan 

Joyce Ann Jorgensen 
Mary Ann Kanipe 
Sue Grey Kelly 
Lou Ross Kesler 

Martha Adelaide King 
Carolyn Sue Kirby 
Anne Pate Kirtley 
Marguerite Lane Knauff 




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.l<. Ann Knight 
Anne Gray Kornegay 
Mary Katharine Lambeth 
Maclehn Carol Langdon 

Betty Rae Lawhorn 
Patricia Anne Leonard 
Donna Lou LeRoy 
Martha Elizabeth Lester 

Anita Temple Lewis 
Frances Carlton Lipscomb 
Rebekah Hoylene Little 
Nancy Lee Litton 

Jean Paula Lovvry 
Helen Dianne Lumsden 
Doris Jean Lyles 
Nancy Barnes McClenny 



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Mary Judith McDuffie 
Susan Katherine McEnally 
Martha Alice McMakin 



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Pearl Price Marsh 
Pcinn Lcp Martin 
Judith Liles Maynard 
Virginia Lvtton Medlin 

Tula Ann Mentavlos 
Fadia Ebrahim Merkhan 
Janie Wilson Milholland 
Juliana Miller 

Martha Vetra Mills 
Susan Nelleen Mims 
Elizabeth Marshall More 
Mary Fisher Moore 



CLASS OF '66 

Polly Newton Moore 

Sandra Lea Morgan 

Brenda Ann Morris 

Janet Kay Morris L MW A( \A 



Linda Drake Morris 
Dheadra Woody Munford 
Janice Faye Newton 
Elizabeth Hilly Nieuwenhuis 

Sally Harwele Nixon 
Rachel Marie Owen 
Margaret Ann Parker 
Jane Adele Peeler 

Patricia Ann Peterson 
Judith Wynona Petree 
Mary Ellen Phillips 
Judith Faye Pierce 

Sarah Ann Poole 
Linda Carolyn Rackley 
Julia Ann Ratchford 
Katherine Rebecca Reich 

Carolyn Yutzy Rice 
Carolyn Cross Riddick 
Sara Lynn Riley 
Wilma Jean Riley 

Martha Anne Roberts 
Carolyn Anne Robertson 
Willa Ford Robinson 
Betty Lois Rogers 

Rena Westbrook Ruark 
Joyce Ferree Samuels 
Helen Joyce Sanner 
Jo Ann Savage 








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Betsy Wood Scarborough 
Patricia Bennette Shannon 
Elizabeth Lou Shanor 
Miriam Rebecca Shaver 

Lvdia Carol Sheets 
Juaiiita Ann Shingleton 
Linda Ann Simmons 
Joan Frances Simpson 

Susan Elizabeth Singleton 
Judith Dianne Singletary 
Ruth Ann Sloop 
Barbara Allen Smith 

\Iarylin Sue Smith 
Lee Parker Smith 
Marcia Cornelia Sned 
Margaret Anne Sparger 

Linda Gail Stevenson 
Louise Siewers Stokes 
Ann Wells Swain 
Betty Foushee Sweaney 

Alice Kennedy Taylor 
Nancy DeAnne Thomas 
Kent Barnes Thompson 
DiAnne Kinlaw Tiley 

Barbara Stroud Tilley 
Patricia Anne Tolston 
Margaret Elizabeth Trotter 
Barbara Dawn Ussery 

Evelyn Joan Voshell 
Fredrica Mack Wade 
Mar\ Lynne Wainscott 
Violet Elaine Waller 



CLASS OF '66 

Edith Carol Warren 
Candace Carroll Welsted 
Lucy Ann Whedbee 
Anna Neal Whitaker 

Patricia Ann White 
Mary Margaret Whitfield 
Frances Pouder Wilfong 
Nell Ruth Wilkerson 

LaRay Hope Williams 
Nancy Ellis Williams 
Gail Roberts Willis 
Betty Carolyn Wilson 

Helen Virginia Wilson 
Jane AUene Wilson 
Judith Ann Wilson 
Jane McNeill Womack 

Sylvia Lee Woodford 
Linda Dell Worcester 
Dianne Martin Wrenn 
Patricia Jane Yarbrough 



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Libby Hollingsworth Zealy 






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Ellen Kirby, president 
Martha Reynolds, vice-president 
Jan McCrary, secretary 
Agnes Schertz, treasurer 




Class of "67 . . . September 9 — we arrive, frightened and eager ... we say tearful 
good-bys to parents and home ... we are on our own. . . . We turn to face our 
Freshman year and see opportunities to fulfill our hopes, to make new friends, and 
to build ourselves. . . . Smiling and eager we walk forward . . . and now — we re- 
member trunks, suitcases, and shoeboxes being carried up the stejjs . . . the frus- 
tration of being a freshman during orientation week . . . wearing name tags . . . sore 
feet and weary minds after our first registration . . . meeting our Big Sisters . . . 
the excitement of our first fraternity party . . . blind dates and knowing looks aren't 
everything . . . our first glimpse of the breezeways at 11:55 on Saturday night . . . 
making mistakes on dorm cards . . . classes begin . . . hours and hours of homework 
. . . study schedules that don't work . . . lush week and the excitement of decision 
day . . . hours in the library . . . nights on phone duty . . . freshmen conferences 
. . . Arabian Nights for Corn Huskin" . . . waiting for the 4:00 mail . . . coun- 
sel meetings . . . Chinese firedrills . . . "Midget" in our freshman stunt . . . Christ- 
mas caroling on a bus . . . wild hall parties . . . EXAMS ... no lights out . . . Mrs. 
Allen as "Cook" in Alice in Wonderland . . . elections . . . feeling even more at 
home . . . term papers . . . hostesses to incoming freshmen on May Day . . exams 
again . . . realizing how quickly the year has passed. 






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FRESHMEN 

Hannah Kay Aldridge 
Sandra Lee Allen 
Linda Marie Altman 
Mary Susan Amnott 
Anne Maxwell Arthur 
Kathryn Anne Ashburn 
Jeslyn McCall Austell 
Ann Wilson Baggett 




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Frana Kay Barnes 
Cyn'hia Diane Barrington 
Marv Ann Batson 
Beverly Jean Bauer 

Barbara Lynn Bellomy 
Carolyn Margaret Bennet 
Ann Elizabeth Berry 
Gayle Lennon Biggs 

Pamela Mae Bishop 
Marie Frances Blackmore 
Dorothy Jane Bostick 
Carolyn Sue Boswell 

Mary Helen Bradley 
Sharon Arlene Bradshaw 
Julia Taylor Bragg 
Rosalind Box Brocket! 

Rachel Elizabeth Brooks 
Dee Ann Brown 
Judith Carroll Brown 
Rachael Reade Brown 



CLASS OF '67 

Kalliryn Jo Bruton 
Brenda Louise Bryan 
Gail Carmen Butler 
Martha Ann Butler 
Rebecca Sue Caldwell 
Carole Ann Capell 
Judith Frances Carroll 
Barbara Jean Carver 

Rebekah Ann Chapman 
Retta Jo Clements 
Karen Jean Cockerham 
Martha Jane Coleman 

Mary Elaine Collier 
Susan Payne Collins 
Carol Jeanne Cooke 
Sarah Hardison Copeland 

Judith Coram 
Friscilla Joan Corley 
Jean Webster Craven 
Margaret Vire Craven 

Constance Leona Crocker 
Candace Crumly 
Ruth Merrill Curtis 
Shirley Marie Daniel 

Elizabeth Ross Daniels 
Susan Lynn Davis 
Meredith Louise DeHart 
Elizabeth Ann Dickens 

Brenda Ida Dodds 
Adelia Ann Dozier 
Barbara Jean Dudley 
Mary Blanche Dudley 













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Doris Elizabeth Eagles 
Nettie Earnhardt 
Nancy Elizabeth Ehle 
Khadiga El-Kammash 

Juil\ Ann Ellis 
Hek-n Elizabeth Everette 
Martha Carol Feeley 
Janet Lee Felton 

June Collier Fisher 
Pamela Howell Fitchett 
Judith Tompkins Fletcher 
Sarah Frances Floyd 

Nancy Moore Forrest 
Katharine Ann Freeman 
Margaret Erie Gash 
Jud\ Gail Gentry 

Mary Louise Gillam 
Susan Anne Goulais 
Rebecca Ann Grant 
Wanda Susan Grant 

Joan Elizabeth Green 
Lynda Josephine Gregory 
Carol Ann Griffin 
Lynn Carol Grumbles 

Barbara Elizabeth Hall 
Margaret Ann Hall 
Ann Catharine Hampton 
Mary Elizabeth Hartley 

Luc\ Buchanan Hawthorne 
Janice Elizabeth Haywood 
Elizabeth Carol Helms 
Joanna Helms 



CLASS OF '67 

Martha Lillian Heiulerson 
Cynthia Gail Hines 
Mary Elizabeth Hinkle 
Sandra Lee Hobbs 

Jane Elizabeth Hocutt 
Carolyn Corinne Hofler 
Myra Louise Hollamon 
Mary Sue Holt 

Mildred Irene Holt 
Jean Lucille Honeycult 
Doris Faye Home 
Sandra Gayle Home 

Gloria Anne House 
Marie Louise Howell 
Patsy Spruill Howell 
Tanya Elizabeth Hoyle 

Ann Lassiter Huggins 
Joan Marie Hull 
Carolyn Marie Humphrey 
Martha Eppes Hunnicutt 

Olivia Tucker Ilgenfritz 
Sarah Morris Johnson 
Carolyn Enders Kerr 
Georgia Carolyn Kimball 

Carol Forrest King 
Elizabeth Swinson King 
Pamela Jean King 
Nancy Ellen Kirby 

Corinne Gay Lane 
Linda Glenn Laney 
Susan Laugel 
Emily Graham Lay 











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Sarah Jam- League 
Sandra Lou Ledbetter 
Jean Hudson Leniniond 
Edith Shepherd Lewis 

Patricia Anne Lewis 
Janice Valvin McCrarv 
Zehna Gloria McDonald 
Jane McGlohon 

Marilyn Jean McGoogan 
Nan,.x Klue McKelhan 
r,,ni K\le McKinney 
()l)al Sandra McLanih 

Marion Zula McPhaul 
Frances Ann Maness 
Marilyn Akers Marcuson 
Paula -Memory Marks 

Beth Bellaire Marshall 
Mary Marcelyn Mayhue 
Stella Meredith Memory 
Jane Adair Midgett 

Alice Elizabeth Miller 
Joan Elaine Miller 
Mary Elizabeth Miller 
Barbara Ann Mills 

Mary Faith Milton 
Charlotte Amelia Mitchell 
Elijabeth Anne Molony 
Harriotte Lee Montague 

Hilda Joy Myers 
Marjorie Gwynne Myers 
Sandra Newton 
Rita Webster Nurkin 



CLASS OF '67 

Charlotte Louise Otts 
Laura Jean Page 
Jessiebeth Peacock 
Sylvia Jean Pearce 

Kathleen Elizabeth Pettebone 
Jo Anne Pickett 
Sallie Dunn Pope 
Mary Florence Potter 

Mary Elizabeth Powell 
Georgia Diane Pritchard 
Veronica Louise Rabb 
Judy Gail Ramsey 

Suzanne Marie Ramsey 
Martha Kent Reynolds 
Jeannie McCoy Ritchie 
Elizabeth Rives 

Betty Jo Roach 
Margaret Judith Rodgers 
Nancy Rivers Roebuck 
Ann Blanton Rollins 



Joyce Mclntyre Rudisill 
Carole Anne Russell 
Aletha Charlene Sandford 
Beverly Ann Scarboro 

Agnes Florence Schertz 
Judith Dale Scott 
Judy Ann Sells 
Mary Frances Senter 

Rose Anne Shaw 
lola Carolyn Singletary 
Dianne Milicent Smith 
Josephine Peele Smith 













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FRESHMEN 

Margaret Joanne Smith 
Sheila Dickerson Smith 
Suzanne Snyder 
Julia Diane Stanley 

Naney Carol Stilley 
Sylvia Lynn Slijudemire 
Merry Susan Swanson 
Gail Malinda Taylor 

Jane Faye Teague 
Janet Lou Thomas 
Carolyn Sue Thompson 
Kllen Diane Thompson 

Joan Elizabeth Thompson 
Jennie Ann Turner 
Kathryn Ann Turner 
Brenda Jean Vaughan 

Donna Dukes Vierssen 
Judith Adaire Wacaster 
Sarah Rebecca Walker 
Anne Benton Waher 

Bess Aleine Ward 
Margaret Barrett Warrick 
Elizabeth Anne Webb 
Louise West Whitty 

Charlotte Louise Williams 
Brenda Ann Wilson 
Martha Jane Wilson 
Patricia Ann Wilson 

Laura Elizabeth Worthington 
Linda Dianne Wright 
Patricia Lavator Wynn 
Doris Frances Young 



CLASS OF '67 

Eleanor Amelia White 
Judi Marie Young 
Mary LaRue Young 
Ruth Claire Young 





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Letidership ... an honor that carries 
with it many obligations and many de- 
mands for time . . . responsibilities you 
never realized . . . yet rewards you never 
antiiipaled . . . announcements that must 
i)e made — again . . . remarkable presi- 
dent . . . three veeps . . . the big eight 
exects . . . Wednesday night sewing bees 
. . . conferences with Miss Fleming . . . 
wise faculty committee . . . changes as 
we strive to move ever forward . . . new 
point system — Mrs. Whildon's joy . . . 
better policies . . . fewer rules . . . greater 
responsibility . . . those who are chosen 
are selected for a certain purpose — to 
serve as they lead ... we gain through 
llieir service . . . they receive the greater 
satisfaction of serving. 




LEGISLATIVE BOARD 



At weekly Monday night meetings, 
the Legislative Board discusses 
changes in the Constitution and regu- 
lations of the Association; efforts are 
also made to simplify and clarify the 
existing regulations. After carefully 
considering each item, the Board sub- 
mits its final decisions to the student 
body for approval. 




Sue Ennis, chairman 




JUDICIAL BOARD 

The Judicial Board, wliioli is com- 
posed of representatives from each class 
is the means by which the student body 
has its voice in considering all infrac- 
tions of rules which are not treated auto- 
matically as prescribed in the Handbook. 
Straightforwardness and truthful testi- 
mony are considered most heavily in 
ariivins at a just decision. 



Chairman of the Jiidiiial Board 




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STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD 



The Student Activities Board lias 
three main concerns: to encourage 
and promote social activities for stu- 
dents, faculty, and administration; to 
educate the student body in standards 
of social behavior; and to develop 
cultural interests. This year's proj- 
ects have been varied. The board 
has brought movies to the campus, 
given several chapel programs con- 
cerning manners, dating, and dining 
hall piocedure, provided music for 
the dining hall, and furnished the 
Hut. 



Margaret Houghton, chairman 





NOMINATING 
COMMITTEE 



The Nominating Committee is com- 
posed of representatives from each class 
and every major organization on campus. 
Each spring the committee selects and 
})resents a slate of candidates for stu- 
dent elections. 



JuDV Wicker 
Nominations and Handhook Chairman 





STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNSELORS 



The counselors are a group of Sopho- 
more, Junior, and Senior girls who sei-ve 
as student advisors for Freshmen and 
transfer students. Once a month, these 
girls meet with a small group of Fresh- 
men to discuss such topics as good taste, 
summer jobs, and citizenship. Each 
group is guided by a faculty member 
who advises each girl luitil the time her 
major is declared. 




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MEREDITH CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



An infant, new and green . . . retreat tn 
Southern Pines, strangers becoming friend- 
. . . Monday night meetings, meetings after 
the meetings . . . vespers . . . serving at 
Dorothea Dix . . . Dr. Freund, insight, 
truth, a giving heart . . . buses to church 
. . . February 10 - 14, Blake Smith, wis- 
dom and sensitivity . . . voter registration 
in Raleigh . . . Russian tea and cookies, 
people and communication . . . working 
at the Blind School . . . chapel gripes and 
a deeper flaw . . . desire to change atti- 
tudes. 




Carol Coxe 
President of the Meredith Christian Association 





Baptist Student Union offi( 
Moore, treasurer; Mr. R. A 



ers: Betty Sodeman. president; Bonnie Fisher, vice-president; Carole Stevens, secretary; Marshall 
L. Walker, sponsor. 



Under the new organization of the Meredith Christian Association, t!ie four major denomina- 
tional groups function as a part of this larger body. The Canterbury, Wesley, and Westminster 
groups function strictly within the individual churches. The BSU, due to state-wide policy, is 
campus-centered rather than comnuniity-centered. This allows closer student contact, but does not 
ignore the important aspect of student-church relationship. 



Members of the Canterbury, Wesley, and Westminster fellowships are about to depart for their \arious meetings in the Raleigh 
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One of the most popular and 
stimulating activities of the BSU is 
the Friday supper-discussion meet- 
ings at which Baptist students from 
the colleges in Raleigh meet for an 
evening of fun and thoughtful prob- 
ing into current topics of signifi- 
cance. 



Every fall the MCA has a Meet 
The Ministers tea at which Mere- 
dith students are given the oppor- 
tunity to become better acquainted 
with the Raleigh ministers. This 
tea immediately precedes "Join the 
Church Sunday." 




"All I can do is try to be honest . . . honest to God and honest about God." This is what Bishop Robin- 
son writes in his widely discussed book and this is the invitation that the Meredith Christian Association ex- 
tended to the college community during Religious Emphasis Week for 1964. For five days there were on cam- 
pus outstanding Christian persons to lead us in worship and study. 





Discussions, fun, fellow- 
sliip and many unique ex- 
periences are the results of 
BSU gatherings. The or- 
ganizations of Meredith and 
State operate jointly and 
separately in everything 
from Friday night supper 
forums to conventions, par- 
ties and car washes. 



On week-day evenings the student body is 
offered the opportunity to gather for a few mo- 
ments in the small auditorium for a program of 
prayer and meditation. This gathering for quiet 
worship is known as Vespers. 





An important part of the BSU 
program on campus is LISTEN, an 
organization whose purpose is to 
project a dynamic program of mis- 
sionary education and service. Col- 
lections are made on every hall 
which are used to send suinmer 
missionaries to foreign countries. 



ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




Oil with a hang at the Orientation 
week picnie ... a hectic first semester 
... a new Tennis Cluh . . . aching muscles 
. . . meetings in Poteat Hall ... a corny 
joke from Evans . . . speedhall with St. 
Mary's . . . baskethall problems ... de- 
feat . . . victory . . . "crooked referees" 
. . . Monogram awards . . . ping-pong . . . 
faculty tournaments . . . l)adminton . . . 
Spring hike rides . . . canoeing? . . . 
perhaps. 



Natvcy Evans 
President of the Athletic Association 



Athletic Association officers: Nancv Evans, prciiihnt : Maiilia House, vice-president: Judy Hamrick. secretary; Mary Ann Britt. 
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Sports Managers: Jones, Holbert. Norris, Butler, Childrey, Shervette, McNairy, Dixon. Kirby. Davis, and Ellis. 



MONOGRAM CLUB 



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mental development, the Monogram Chib 
encourages students to participate in extra- 
curricular activities such as basketball, volley- 
hall, tennis, and ping pong. By participating 
in these various sports, the girls earn points. 
Upon earning 1,000 points, a girl Ijecomes a 
memlier of tlie Monogram CIuIj, and with 
each additional 500 points will receive a 
cliarm designating the field in which she 
earned the most additional points. 




Monogram Club officers: Mary Ellen Ellis, president: Miss 
Carolyn Barrington, sponsor. 



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The volleyball varsity team 
is made up of those students 
who show outstanding interest 
and ability in volleyball. The 
team is Meredith's represent- 
ative in contests with surround- 
ing colleges. 



The basketball varsity is 
composed of students who dis- 
play outstanding enthusiasm and 
interest in basketball. These 
students relinquish some of their 
free time to participate in games 
with other colleges. 



The purpose of the Hoofprint 
CluJj is to promote good horse- 
manship among its members. 
The main activities include 
sponsoring the annual May Day 
horse show for college students 
and planning breakfast rides 
for club members. 




A. A. ACTIVITIES 

When you see the hikes rolling along 
Ridge Road or see a group of sunhatheis 
around the pool, you know that someone 
is taking advantage of some of the activi- 
ties which are offered hy the A. A. The 
A.A. provides Meredith students with 
activities ranging from individual sports 
such as golf and archery to team sports 
such as tennis and softball. However, 
the best-loved A.A. activities are those 
which give the students a chance to join 
their classmates, and through combining 
their ideas and talents, produce in twu 
weeks what it would take Broadway or 
C.B.S. two months to produce. 

Through the individual sports or the 
competitive activities such as Stunt or 
Corn Huskin', the Meredith student soon 
realizes that there is an A.A. activity for 
everyone. 




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ASTROTEKTO^ 





Ellkn Mackintosh 
Aslrotfk-lon President 



Activity began in September . . . Rush 
week came fast and furiously ... At 
last it was over and the Astros had won 
. . . Billy Astro . . . symbol of success 
. . . Meetings and good participation . . . 
The big event . . . The Rhythm Kids 
. . . rock and roll and hand-clapping . . . 
The Christmas party for the deaf and 
Ijlind colored children . . . happiness 
plus tears . . . The Astros, full of de- 
termination and spirit, looking forward 
to an outstanding year. 



Astrotekton officers: Ellen Mackintosh, presiilent: Sandra Searcy, 
vice-president; Julie Miller, secretary: Cathy Smart, treasurer; Miss 
Betty Jean Yeager, sponsor. 



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SOCIETY 




knot between Astro Star and Billy Astro. 




Tlie flaming Astro star provided light for the 
evening serenade, the end of rush activities 
for the society. 



A Wild West supper club was given 
for prospective Astros at which we 
witnessed the birth of the society in 
the Golden Star Saloon. 




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PHILARETIAN 



The Nightshirts pro 
Phi supper club. 





Philaretian offictTs: Marie-Louise Allen, president: iNancy Craig, vice- 
president: Johnette Ingold, secretary; Martha Mills, treasurer; Mrs. 
Helena Allen, sponsor. 



Marie-Louse Allen 
Philaretian President 



New faces and the anticipation of 
many new Phis . . . Rnsh Week with a 
tluilling hootenanny featuring the 
"Watchnien": the most enjoyahle hiaii 
ever; an exciting supper chib; miniature 
Miltons; and the welcoming of new sis- 
ters on Decision Day ... a Christmas 
party bringing joy and happiness to the 
cerehral-palsy children . . . joint meet- 
ings with our sister society bringing us 
closer . . . Awards Day when old Phis 
join together for the last time with the 
seniors, sing their friendship song, and 
recall tlie memories of a wotiderful 
year. 



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Sigma Alpha Iota officers: Carol Lloyd, president : Jean Tate, vice-president; Elizabeth Holland, 
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BARBER 

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Barber Science Club, officers: Sandra Sessoms, president; Cindy Glover, vice-president; Betty 
White, secretary; Jane Hooper, treasurer; Dr. Mary Yarborough, Dr. John Yarborough, sponsors. 



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ENGLISH 

CLUB 







Colton English Club, ofEcers: Peggy Pruitt, president; Carolyn Norwood, vice-president; Frances 
Garrett, secretary-treasurer ; Dr. lone Kemp Knight, sponsor. 




FayeJ, secretary-, 



:„,i-: >aii.]ia Kulkr, prcMhnf. Jaiuc Ka 
Mif. Dorothy Greenwood, sponsor. 



CREATIVE 

WRITING 

CLUB 



evident: Waded 



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GRAND- 
DAUGHTERS' 
CLUB 





Granddaughters' Club officers: 
Garrett, Nancy Garrett, secretary 



Linda Arledge, president: Patsy Hurst, vice-president; Frances 
; Helen Simms, treasurer; Miss Mae Grimmer, sponsor. 




HOME 

ECONOMICS 

CLUB 



Horn.- Kconomics Uul) othcers: 1-' 
Wiggs, secretary; Helen Smith, 



Hartness. president: Peggy Highsmith. uce-president; Adalia 
Miss Jennie Hanyen, Miss Ellen Brewer, sponsors. 




INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS 
1 CLUB 




International Relations Club, officers: Fran Johnson, president: Patricia Williams, vice-president; 
Nancy Garrett, secretary-treasurer ; Dr. Sarah Lemmon, Mr. Thomab Parramore, sponsors. 



LA TERTULIA 

SPANISH 

CLUB 




La Tertulia Spanish Club, officers: Jane Worrell, president: Ann Grimshaw. lire-president: Ma 
Dunn, secretary; Becky Graver, treasurer; Mr. William Ledforil, sponsor. 




LES 

AMIES 

FRANCAISES 

CLUB 




Les Amies Francaises Club, officers: Carol May. jirc-iJ' ni 
Garges, secretary-treasurer ; Miss Eleanor Krummel, .^pon 



MEREDITH 

LEAGUE OF 

WOMEN VOTERS 





Meredith League of ^omen Voters, officers Barbara Radford, president; Linda Thomas, 
president; Fran Johnson, secretary; Brenda Smith, treasurer; Dr. Richard D. Goff, sponsor. 



PRICE 
LATIN 
CLUB 




PSI 

CHI 

CLUB 



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Psi Chi Club, officers: Betsy Kidd, president: Boliliie Jeffords, 
secretary-treasurer ; Dr. Ethel Tilley, sponsor. 



•-president ; Eva Mae Foxworth, 



TOMORROW'S 

BUSINESS 

WOMEN 




Tomorrow's Business Women, officers: Ann D'A\ ill. pn-^uli-iit: ll.iix Tliiimas. vice-president; Zona 
Carawan, secretary; Brenda Williams, treasurer; iMi-s I.oi-. Fia/iii. Mrs. Ruth Robinson, sponsors. 




ALPHA 
RHO TAU 
ART CLUB 



Alpha Rho Tau Art Club, officers: Martha Osborne, president; Barbara Koch, vice-president; Sally 
Howard, secretary-treasurer; Dr. Arthur Downs, sponsor. 



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SOCIOLOGY 
CLUB 



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BUNYAN YATES 

TYNER CHAPTER 

STUDENT N.E.A. 





Bunyan Yates Tyner Chapter Student N.E.A., officers: Millie Pierce, president; Joy Adams, vice- 
president; Betty Brock, secretary; Penelope Senter, treasurer; Miss Lila Bell, sponsor. 



SILVER SHIELD 




Sue Ennis 
Peggy Fish 



Frieda Farmer 

Mary Lyon McKenney 



Margaret Houghton 
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KAPPA NU SIGMA 



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1964 SENIOF 




ATHLETIC 
Bookie Ellis 



MISS MEREDITH 
Mary Lyon McKenney 



JPERLATIVES 




FRIENDLINESS 
SuELLEN Walter 




OITSTANDING SOCIETY SISTKKS 

Betsy Forbes 

Ginger Featherston 





DEPENDABILITY 
Peggy Joyce Fish 



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I 

1964 SENIOR 




146 



5UPERLATIVES 




BEST ALL-ROUND DAY STUDENT 
Jean Boutwell 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
The Class of 1964 



148 




MAY QUEEN 
Sara Gwynn Bryan 




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MAID OF HONOR 
Nancy Evans 



COLLEGE MARSHAL 




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Sandra Harrill 



MAY COURT 




MAY COURT AND MARSHALS 




Jane Worrell, Astro 



Betsy Carlson, AsHo 



MARSHALS 




Kathy Ussery, Phi 



WHO'S WHO 

AMONG STUDENTS 

IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 

AND UNIVERSITIES 




Carol Coxe 



Nancy Evans Fkik[)\ 1- > 




Ellen Mackintosh 




Mary Lyon McKinney 



FROM THE EDITOR 

Another year has ended. For some this end- 
ing is welcomed. For others it hrings sorrow. 
As we view it in retrospect we see many details. 
Some remain clear and vivid. Others are al- 
ready beginning to pale. We have grown and 
matured, achieved success in some areas and 
experienced the tang of failure in others. Un- 
aware, perhaps even oblivious, we have been 



subtly molded into new persons bearing more 
of Meredith and its way than any of us knew. 
The impressions of this year — our investigation, 
our discoveries, our activities — have been re- 
corded for you in this, the 1964 Oak Leaves. 
May you turn through its pages and recall your 
life at Meredith in its diversification — 1964, a 
year of contrast. 



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OAK LEAVES STAFF 

Editor: Louise Milford 

Business Manager: Gail Williams 

Class Editors: 

Freshman: Ann Arthur 
Carol King 

Sophomore: Betty Lester 

Martha McMakin 

Junior: Linda Arledge 
Jiidi Griffin 

Senior: Bobbi Bivens 

Jane Carver Bumpass 

Art Editors: Linda Evans 

Mary McManus 

Photography Editor: Ruth Ellen Johnson 

Copy Editors: Nell Shehon 

Nancy Sue Buflaloe 



Activities Editors: Betty Bass 

Mary Lib Wilson 

Typists: Susan Archer 
Zona Carawan 
Sandra Morgan 
Brucie Tull 

Editorial Staff: Dale Childress, Phyllis Duncan, 
Polly Linan, Sandra Flynt, Nancy Lord, 
Nancy Godwin, Nileen Hunt, Sue Johnson, 
Martha King, Patsy Leonard, Nancy Litton, 
Paula Lowry, Mary Register, Ann Waters 

Advertising Staff: Harriett Barron, Marion 
Bunch, Becky Graver, Alice Marie Creech, 
Jo Crowder, Polly Moore, La Rue Pearce, 
Gail Sheppard, Candace Welsted, Nell Wilker- 
son 

Photography: Dr. Harry E. Cooper 

Class Pictures: Waller Studio 

Engraving: Lynchburg Engraving Co. 

Printins: Edwards and Broughton Co. 



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INDEX 



Acorn 129 

Administration 32-33 

Administrative Staff 34-35 

Alice In Wonderland 24 

Alpha Rho Tau Art Club 139 

American Guild of Organists 131 

Astrotekton Society 120-121 

Athletic Association 114-117 

Barber Science Club 133 

Basketball Varsity 116 

Board of Trustees 30 

Canady Mathematics Club 133 

Christmas Activities 23 

College Marshal 151 

Colton English Club 134 

Concert and Lecture Series 22 

Corn Huskin' 18 

Creative Writing Club 134 

Day Students 118-119 

Ensemble 130 

Faculty 36-41 

Founders' Day 19 

Freshmen 92-101 

Graduation 28 

Granddaughter's Club 135 

Home Economics Club 135 

Hoofprint Club 116 

Hospitality Weekend 26-27 

International Relations Club 136 

Judicial Board 106 

Juniors 72-81 

Kappa Nu Sigma 142 

La Tertulia Spanish Club 136 



Legislative Board 105 

Les Amies Francaises 137 

Maid of Honor 150 

May Court Representatives 152-153 

May Queen 149 

Meredith Christian Association 110-113 

Meredith College Chorus 130 

Meredith College Playhouse 132 

Meredith League of Women Voters 137 

Monogram Club 115 

Nominating Committee 108 

Oak Leaves 124-126 

Philaretian Society 122-123 

Play Day 25 

President 31 

Price Latin Club 138 

Psi Chi Club 138 

Senior Superlatives 144-148 

Seniors 42-71 

Sigma Alpha Iota 131 

Silver Shield 141 

Society Marshals 153-154 

Sociology Club 140 

Sophomores 82-91 

Student Activities Board 107 

Student Government Association 104-109 

Student Government Counselors 109 

Student National Educational Association 140 

Stunt 20-21 

Tomorrow's Business Women 139 

Twig 127-128 

Volleyball Varsity 116 

Who's Who Among Students In American 

Colleges and Universities 155 



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SENIORS 

Adams. Joy Anne. Box 112. Morven 
Allen. Marie Louise. Burnt Mills Hills, 

Silver Spring, Md. 
Austin. Phyllis. Box 383. Four Oaks 
Bailey, Rachel Bonita. 1700 Mayflower Dr.. Wilson 
Baldwin. Mary, 115 E. Wyche St.. WhiteviUe 
Barnhill, Geneva. Rt. 1. Scotland Neck 
Bass. Betty Browning. Box 504. Jackson 
Bell. Martha Brooks. Box 1. Tabor City 
Bell, Mary Alice. Aulander 

Bernard, Mrs. Sarah, 707 W. Morgan St., Raleigh 
Bivens, Bobbi, 1304 Griffith Rd., Monroe 
Boone, Betsy, Jackson 

Boutwell, Mrs. Jean, J-11 McKimmon Village. Raleigh 
Bowers, Diane, 113 W. Raleigh St., Siler City 
Brickhouse, Brenda, Rt. 1. Gary 
Brock. Betty, 1144 Beal St., Rocky Mount 
Brookshire, Barbara Ann, Box 33, Winton 
Bryan, Sara Gwynn, Broad St., Roseboro 
Bumpass, Jane Carver. 317 Reams Ave.. Roxboro 
Butler, Sandra. Box 278, Roseboro 
Carver, Virginia Costner. 102-C Isley St.. Chapel Hill 
Cash, Sylvia, HI Freeman St.. Rutherfordton 
Chappell. Jean. Box 221. Nashville 

Childrey, Anita M.. 1607 Hilliard Rd.. Richmond. \ a. 
Coxe. Carol. 2103 Reaves Dr.. Raleigh 
Craven. Susanne. 522 W. Weatherspoon St.. Sanford 
Crawford. Judy Copeland. 125 Cox Ave.. Apt. 12. Raleigh 
Crowder, H. Jo, 420 Harding St.. Raleigh 
Daugherty, Diane, 169 Rodman Rd.. Norfolk 3. Va. 
Dean. Ann. 89 Cisco Rd., Asheville 
Dennis, Joey, Star 
DeWitt, Ann, Box 406. Apex 
Dunn, Marie Hope. Box 52, Pinetops 
Edwards, Mrs. Camille, 500 W. Poinsette St., 

Greer, S. C. 
Ellis. Mary Ellen, Box 156, Fremont 
Ennis, Sue, Box 656, Dunn 

Evans, Linda Gale, 2405 Dallas Ave.. High Point 
Evans, Nancy, 10 Wildway, Bronxville, N. Y. 
Farmer. Frieda. 1359 Liggates Rd., Lynchburg. Va. 
Featherston. Ginger. 103 Gault Ave., Fort Payne, Ala. 
Fish. Peggy. 1112 Watson Dr., Wilson 
Forbes. Betsy Jane, 1124 Kenan St.. Wilson 
Foxworth, Eva Mae. 1902 Elizabeth Ave.. 

Winston-Salem 
Fuqua. Elizabeth K., 3709 Eck Dr., Raleigh 
Galloway, Carol. 2.309 Dilworth Rd.. West. Charlotte 
Gash, Mrs. Marjorie. 1005 Pineview Dr.. Raleigh 
Gilland, Mrs. Shellie. 2744-A Rosedale Ave.. Raleigh 
Glenn. Frances Kathleen, 1008 North St.. Durham 
Glover, Mrs. Lucinda, Box 892, Wake Forest 
Godwin, Betty, 510 N. Mendenhall St., Greensboro 
Godwin, Nancy, 620 Melbourne Court, Charlotte 
Green. Mrs. Virginia Gray, 1363 Baez St., Raleigh 
Griffin. Elaine, Rt. 1, Box 377, Williamston 
Grimshaw. Mary Ann, 126 Woodland Rd.. Rockingham 
Hamilton. Mrs. Margaret, 104M! Montgomery St., Raleigh 
Hanford. Mrs. Martha. 218 Colleton Rd.. Raleigh 
Harrill. Sandra. 203 Curry St., Gaffney, S. C. 
Hartness. Freda Barry. 615 Carr St., Sanford 
Hill. Joan Myatt. 514 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh 
Hodges, Anne Palmer. Box 462, Farmville 
Holbert, Jerry Lou, Box 1190. Albemarle 
Hooks, Betty, Box 126. Fremont 



Houghton. Margaret. 263 Linden Dr.. Danville. Va. 
Howard. Frances Ann. 8306 Patterson Ave., 

Kichmond. Va. 
Humphrey, Rose. Box 1082, New Bern 
Israel. Mary, McCain 

James. Sue Anne, 4709 Wedgewood St., Raleigh 
Jeffords, Bobbie Lynne, 380 Victoria Dr.. 

Columbus, Ga. 
Johnson, Frances. 306 Warren St.. Greensboro 
Johnson, Mrs. Mamie Lou, 1108 Forbes Dr., Smithfield 
Johnson, Sue, 1103 Ninth St., Lillington 
Johnson. Ruth Ellen. 912 S. Madison Ave., Goldsboro 
Kellv. Kittv. 206 Orange St.. Tabor City 
Kellv. Sandra. .3019 Farrior Rd.. Raleigh 
Ki.hi. lietsv. Rt. 1. Haw River 

Kinch.-loe. Jane. 3610 Plainfield Rd.. Richmond 34. Va. 
Lav. Pal. 202 Forest Dr., Falls Church. Va. 
Lee. Jo Lynn. 3102 Douglas St.. Raleigh 
Lloyd. Diana. 700 Grove St.. Raleigh 
Long. Betsy Rose, Box 326. Roxboro 
McFarland, Lelia, 114 Forest Ave.. Oxford 
McFarland. Lillian, 114 Forest Ave., Oxford 
McKenney. Mary Lyon, Linlier, Virginia Beach, Va. 
Mc Manus. Mary. Rt. 1, Matthews 
McMillan. Joy. 312 N. Sumner St.. Selma 
McNairy. Frances, 1704 Efland Dr.. Greensboro 
Mackintosh. Joyce Ellen. 2731 Anderson Dr.. Raleigh 
Mathis. Lou. 324 Charlotte Rd.. Rutherfordton 
Matthews. Beckv. 23 Hazelton St.. Falls Church, Va. 
Milford. Louise. Box 11031, Charlotte 
Montague. Mrs. Carol Ellis, 2616 Kilgore Ave.. Raleigh 
Moo,l\. Su,- F.llen. 2700 Grinstead Dr.. Louisville, Ky. 
Morgan. Kh..n.la, 26 Hillside Dr., Lexington 
Murdnch, Mrs. Judith F.. Apt. T-3A 

Cameron Court Apts., Raleigh 
Nooe, Ann. Box 351. Pittsboro 

Norris. Yvonne, 1109 Buckingham Rd.. Greensboro 
Norwood. Carolyn, 1026 Nichols Dr.. Raleigh 
Osborne. Martha, 54 Fairwax Rd., Asheville 
Pascal, Judith, 2420 Camden Rd., Greensboro 
Patterson. Lena Rose. Rt. 3. Smithfield 
Peacock. Catherine Stovall. 1513 Franklin Rd.. Raleigh 
Pearce. Judith K.. Wake Forest 
Pearce. Millie. 3H) S. Mulberry St., Lenoir 
Perry. Mr-.. Gloria Ihi.mp>on. 120 E. Rowan St.. Raleigh 
Pruitt. Peggy. 126 Person Circle. Louisburg 
Puckett. Mabel. 3405 Moss Side Ave., Richmond 22. \a. 
Rackley. Margaret, 503 Church St.. Smithfield 
Radford, Barbara, 1404 National Ave.. New Bern 
Raines. Karen. 100 N. Gaston St.. Kings Mountain 
Rand. Mrs. Jacqueline E.. 42 Maxwell Rd., Chapel Hill 
Ratley. Katby, Box 707. Red Springs 
Reams. Carol. Box 706, Warrenton 
Rivers, Elizabeth Ann. 621 Lee Court, Camden, S. C. 
Rivers. Martha R., 723 E. Wade St., Wadesboro 
Roherson. Clarene, Box 252, Hillsboro 
Roberts, Karen, 2001 Chambwood Dr., Charlotte 5 
Senter, Penelope, Box 455, Lillington 
Sessoms, Sandra Lee, 309 N. Mason St., Apex 
Sherron, Louise Grady, 707 Holden St., Raleigh 
Shervette, Gera-Lu, 310 W. Burnette Ave., Enfield 
Short. Gwen. 158 S. Chatham Rd.. Ellicott City. Md. 
Sides. Harriett Hartley. Box 43. Welcome 
Simms. Helen. 1105 Harvey St.. Raleigh 
Smith. Brenda M.. Box 576 New Bern 
Smith, Dollie, 1904 Bragg St., Fayetteville 
Snider, Mrs. Charity Ann, 1208 College Place. Raleigh 



Sodeman. Betty, 632 Hill St.. Rockv Mount 

Spencer. Nancy, 104 E. Whitaker Mill Rd.. Raleigh 

Stainback, Joyce Ellen, .S07 Watson Ave., New Bern 

Stallings, Christine, Rl. 4, Louisburg 

Stevenson, Mrs. Ann, 2.524 Greenway Ave., Raleigh 

Strickland, Margaret, 609 Piedmont Ave.. Rocky Mount 

Sullivan. Mrs. Gayle. 1353 Baez St., Raleigh 

Sullivan. Jane Watkins, 310 Watts St., Durham 

Tate, Jean Arthur, 1234 Franklin St., Burlington 

Tench, Mrs. Ann, 2313 Grant Ave., Raleigh 

Thomas, Linda Frances, Box 213, Morven 

Thronlon, Linda, Box 333. Four Oaks 

Tribble, Nancy, 909 E. Riverview Dr., Suffolk, Va. 

Tull, Brucie, 320 N. Randolph St., Rockingham 

Tutor, Peggy Laura, Rt. 1, Holly Springs 

Tyndall, Mary Louise, 1800 Cambridge Dr., Kinston 

Wallace, Sandra Jean, 1702 Thomas Ave.. Charlotte 5 

Walter, Snellen, 709 Rountree Ave., Kinston 

Walters, Frances Ruth, Box 336, La Grange 

Warlick, Mrs. Emmalee, 3214 Birnamwood Rd., Raleigh 

Waters, Ann, 5531 Wayne Rd., Greensboro 

Watson, Becky, 3606 Fairlane Rd., High Point 

Welt, Mrs. Ruth S., 5336 E. Lake-Side Dr., Raleigh 

Whisnant, Mrs. Joyce, 1304 Lakewood Ave., Durham 

White, Ann, Box 316, Warrenton 

White, Betty, 210 Sea Chest Rd., Bayside, Va. 

Wicker, Judy, Box 87, McCain 

Wiggs, Adalia, 102 E. Davis St., Smithfield 

Williams, Brenda, 413 Vernon Terrace, Raleigh 

Williams, Mrs. Carol, 227B Jackson Circle. 

Victory Village, Chapel Hill 
Williams, Patricia Jane, Box 336, Kannapolis 
Willis, Jane, Rt. 2. Rutherfordton 
Wilson, Elizabeth Faucette, Box 755, Pittsboro 
Wilson, Mary Lib, 218 Jones Circle, Thomasville 
Winfield, Jenny, Rt, 1, Pinetown 
Wood, Beth, Box 931, Clemson, S. C. 
Woodard. Mary Hadley, 131 Ripley Rd.. Wilson 
Worrell, Jane Raye, 801 N. Washington St.. 

Rutherfordton 
Younts, Mary Ann, 303 Brooks Ave., Raleigh 



JUNIORS 



Va. 



Abraham, Lynn, 603 Braxton Place, Alexan 

Adams, Elaine, 3019 Mayview Rd., Raleigh 

Adams, Jessica Lynn, 408 Lee St., Smithfield 

Ainsley, Mary Ann, 411 West St., Ahoskie 

Allcott, Mary, 3421 Merkner Dr., Richmond, Va. 

Allen, Gloria, 406 E. Church St., Benson 

Andrews, Carol Vaughn, Box 62, White Lake 

Archer, Susan, 3400 Willow Oak Road, Charlotte 9 

Arledge, Linda, Box 1481, Hendersonville 

Armstrong, Nancy, Box 628, Belmont 

Arnold. Frances Ann, 2022 St. Mary's St., Raleigh 

Autry. Faye, Rt. 1, Bunnlevel 

Badders, Sue, 305 W. Pine Ave., Wake Forest 

Baird, Norma, Elizabethtown Rd., Lumberton 

Baker, Alice, Rt. 3, Snow Hill 

Barbour, Sylvia, Rt. 1, Wilson Springs 

Barden, Mrs. Faith, Q 301, McKimnion Village, Raleigh 

Barrow. Louise, 141 Mills Ave.. Spartanburg. S. C. 

Beard. Ann. Rt. 1. Box 37, Fayetteville 

Bell Mrs. Lucy Taylor. Box 327, Louisburg 

Berry, Patricia Ann, Box 45, Drexel 

Bolton, Claire, 322 Villa St., Rocky Mount 

Boyd. Sherron, 1606 Kenan St., Wilson 

Branon. Martha, 1563 Clayton Dr., Charlotte 

Braswell, Phyllis Annette, 120 North St., Zebulon 

Britt, Mary Ann, 702 S. Second St., Smithfield 

Britten, Nell Cynthia, Seaboard 



Brown. Becky, 307 W. Pine St.. Florence, S. C. 

Brown. Glenda, 134 Parkwood Dr., Wilmington 

Brown, Virginia, 2126 Cowper Dr., Raleigh 

Buckner. Mrs. Virginia, 211 Groveland Ave., Raleigh 

Buffaloe. Nancy Jean, Rt. 3, Raleigh 

Buffaloe, Nancy Sue, 408 E. Franklin St.. Raleigh 

Bullock, Dottie, 503 Louise St., Wilson 

Burgess, Charlotte, Box 127, Shiloh 

Burroughs, Dorothy Ann, Box 108, Red Springs 

Butler, Julia, Box 985, Elizabethtown 

Campbell, Nancy Anne. Box 215. Caroleen 

Carawan. Zona, Rt. 1. Harrells 

Carraway, Anne, .501 Brackenridge Ave.. Norfolk 5, Va. 

Carver, Sarah Louise, 919 Jefferson St., Roanoke Rapids 

Chewning. Beverly. Rt. 3, Wadesboro 

Chow, Verona, Box 276, Lewiston 

Cook, Judy Summerlin, 904 S. Andrews Ave., Goldsboro 

Cox, Nell, 812 W. Front. Burlington 

Craft, Sandra, 4425 Robin Hood Rd., Winston-Salem 

Craig, Nancy, Wind.sor 

Craver, Becky, Box 24, Welcom 

Creech, Bonnie Sue, .506 S. Third St., Smithfield 

Creech, Kay Bridgers. 2908 Erwin Rd., Durham 

Currin, Mary Elizabeth, Rt. 4, Box 21, Oxford 

Daughtry, Virginia, 18.52 .Somerset Circle, 

Charleston, S. C. 
Dean, Sandra, Box 5, Selma 

Deaton, Mrs. Judy, Apt. A-20, Maiden Lane, Raleigh 
Denny, Patricia Ann, 1405 Chester Ave.. 

Hartsville, S. C. 
Denson, Betsy, 223 W. Sixth St., Rutherfordton 
Dilday, Jane, 712 Parker Ave., Ahoskie 
Dixon, Dotty, Galesville, Md. 
Dobbins. Mary Ruth, 1409 Brookstown Ave., 

Winston-Salem 
Dull, Donna, 1854 Runnymeade Rd.. Winston-Salem 
Drake, Diane, 515 Oakley Dr., Nashville, Tenn. 
Eaton. Jane, 660 Lakeshore Dr.. Asheville 
Elliott. Judy. 12.56 Catawba St.. Kingsport, Tenn. 
Ellis. Betty Jo, 406 E. Second St.. Siler City 
Ennis, Leta Patricia, .5009 Newcastle Rd.. Raleigh 
Ernst, B. Jane, Spoonville Rd.. East Granby. Conn. 
Fayed. Waded, 1338 Hamilton St., Roanoke Rapids 
Finan, Polly, 758 E. Whitaker Mill Rd.. Raleigh 
Fisher, Bonita Carla, 75 Fenner Ave.. Asheville 
Ford, Nancy Sue, 1 Trammell Ave.. Canton 
Francis, Mrs. Rose James, 1329 Chester Rd., Raleigh 
Frye, Susan, 207 Forrest Ave., Athens, Tenn. 
Fulk, Tomilee, 2500 Morganton Rd., Fayetteville 
Garrett, Frances Celeste, Box 123, Henderson 
Garrett, Nancy E.. Box 123, Henderson 
Garvey, Bettv, 412 Fayetteville St., Clayton 
Gentry. Robin. 46 Park Blvd., Winston-.Salem 
Godwin. Hannah, Cherry St., Selma 
Goodson, Lynn Marie, Hi-Oaks Farm, Rt. 1, 

Horse-Shoe 
Goodwin, Rita, 2107 N. Early St., Alexandria, Va. 
Griffin, Judy, 3138 Konnoak Dr., Winston-Salem 
Griffin, Pat, 1320 Diehl St., Raleigh 
Hagwood, Susan, Box 113, Bunn 
Hall. Kay. 2029 Pershing St.. Durham 
Harris. Lvn. 3125 Hope Valley Rd.. Durham 
Hartness, Crystal, 305 Willowood Dr., Henderson 
Hartsell, Billie Anne, Box 3.54, Jonesville 
Hatley, Lihby, 811 Demerius St.. Durham 
Haverstock. Donna, 636 Cedar St.. Roanoke Rapids 
Haywood. Kay. 911 LaSalle St., Durham 
Hendricks, Jane, Rt. 3, Box 72-B, Nashville 
Highsmith, Peggy Jane, Box 56, Bethel 
Hines, Janet, 4001 Arborway, Charlotte 
Hinson, Helen, 600 Perry St., Kinston 



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Holland. Elizabeth. 1607 Cedar St.. Lumberton 

Holliday. Carolyn Louise, .5116 Wickham Rd.. Raleigh 

House. Martha. 911 Bragg St.. Monroe 

Howard. Sally. 3134 Eton Rd.. Raleigh 

Howell. Carolyn. Country Club Dr.. Weldon 

Hunt. Nileen. 2214 Whitman Rd.. Raleigh 

Hutcherson. Jeanie. 2700 Reynolda Rd.. Winston-Salem 

Ipock. Betty. Rt. 2. New Bern 

Isley, Estelle, Gibsonville 

Isley, Gayle, 2512 Columbine Lane. Burlington 

Johnson. Anne. 3206 Sussex^ Rd., Raleigh 

Jones, Mrs. Ann. 5655 W. Blvd., Raleigh 

Jones, Nancy Lou. Box 276, Lewiston 

Joyce, Gail, Rt. 3, Box 372, Madison 

Kelly, Margaret, Box 1855. Raleigh 

Kerr. Margaret. 4315 Van Buren St.. 

University Park, Hyattsville. Md. 
Kinkead. Gayle, Box 166. Tarboro Hwy., Rocky Mount 
Kirkpatrick. Betty, 250 N. Ash St., Southern Pines 
Knott, Ruth, Box 872. Henderson 

Koch, Barbara Jean, 2228 Elm Ridge Dr., Northbrook, 111. 
Kriegel, Shirley Ann, 1916 Sunset Dr., Raleigh 
Lassiter, Phoebe, Conway 
Lilly. Lynda. 180 Pine Cone Dr., Oxford 
Lipscomb, Beverley, 1427 Lorraine Ave., 

Richmond 27. Va. 
Lloyd, Carol, 3719 Hope Valley Rd., Durham 
Lloyd, Loretta, 2703 Mayview Rd., Raleigh 
Long, Brenda Carole, Box 326, Marshville 
McArthur, Martha, Box 246, Laurinburg 
McCall, Pamela, 1000 Oakdale Rd., Charlotte 
McCollum, Elaine, 510 Hunter St., Madison 
McCorkle, Kay, 308 W. Park Dr., Fayetteville 
McLoud, Harriett, Box 126, Elon College 
Macomber. Priscilla. Rt. 4. Box 451-A. Charlotte 
Marks. Eleanor Leroy, Box 415, Laurinburg 
Martin, Jerry Ann, Rt. 1. Box 95. Jonesville 
May Carol. 1901 Hamorton Place. Charlotte 
Mayhew, Sandra, 180 Cedar St., Mooresville 
Miller, Jan, 1107 Westwood Dr., TuUahoma. Tenn. 
Mintz, Anne, 7641 Gloucester Ave., Norfolk, Va. 
Mt. Castle. Kay. 40 Green Oaks Rd., Newport News, Va. 
Myers, Lynn B., 1403 Miller St., Winston-Salem 
Parker, Ruby, 1206 Evergreen Ave., Goldsboro 
Parker, Sarah Frances, Jackson 
Parrish, Jane, 525 McAlway Rd., Charlotte 
Pearce, La Rue. Rt. 2, Wake Forest 
Pegram, Patricia Hall, 7 Maiden Lane, Raleigh 
Penny, Lura. Box 277, Kenansville 
Penninger. Doris. Rt. 7, Lexington 
Petty. Brenda. 3816 Swathmore Rd., Durham 
Pierce. Linda, 7133 Lawyers Rd., Charlotte 5 
Pittard. Penny. 5432 E. Princess Anne Rd.. 

Norfolk 2. Va. 
Plyler, Martha, Box 38. Whaleyville. Va. 
Poole. Anne Pepper. 206 Wilson Ave., Kinston 
Porter, Susan Kesler, 400 Chamberlain St.. Apt. A, 

Raleigh 
Prevatte. Mrs. Jean. 6-1508 Frank St., Raleigh 
Pugh. Janet, 2102 Liberty Dr.. Greensboro 
Radford. Cynthia, 1404 National Ave., New Bern 
Rawlinson, Nancy, 440 E. Indiana Ave., Southern Pines 
Reavis. Elizabeth, 800 Ferndale Dr.. High Point 
Regan. Maynette. 518 W. Broad St., Saint Pauls 
Register, Mary, Country Club Rd.. Franklin. Va. 
Savage, Mrs. Ann, 2601 Grant Ave.. Raleieh 
Savage, Katie, Willard 
Searcy, Sandra, Box 207. Forest City 
Shelton, Brenda Nell, Leftwieh Rd.,' Gretna, Va. 
Sheppard, Gail, 147 Newfound St., Canton 



Shipp, Mrs. Mary Pittard. 106 Fairclolh St.. Apt. 5. 

Raleigh 
Simmons. Margaret. 313 E. Martin St., Wadesboro 
Smart, Cathy. Box 396. Cliffside 

Smith. Andra K.. 609 Edgewater Dr., Pensacola, Fla. 
Smith, Helen. 2008 Spencer Ave.. New Bern 
Smith. Margaret E.. 214 Faircloth St.. Raleigh 
Smith. Martha Elizabeth. 2.321 Danburv Rd.. Greensboro 
Sparrow. Kave. 315 E. Pevton Ave.. Kinston 
Spence. Betty. 508 S. Taylor. Rockv Mount 
Stafford. Jo Ann, 1337 Reynolda Rd.. Winston-Salem 
Stallings. Debbie. 1005 Tarboro St.. Rocky Mount 
Staton. Martha Jay. 305 Midland Dr.. Wilmington 
Steele. Betty Jo, 340 Nursery Lane, Statesville 
Stevens, Carole. 431 Appomattox St., Hopewell, Va. 
Stone, Martha Susan, 1314 Avondale Ave., Richmond, Va. 
Straughan, Jane. Box 55. Warsaw 
Strickland, Brenda, 837 S. Tillery St., Rocky Mount 
Strickland, Judy, 1518 Berkshire Rd., Fayetteville 
.Svendsen, Annelise, c/o Mr. Nelson Rexroth, 

22 Aldyth Ave.. Reisterstown, Md. 
Swayne. Cindy. 1431 Knollwood Rd., Wilmington 
Tankard, Josephine, 314 E. Ninth St., Washington 
Taylor, Harriet, 1508 E. Evergreen Ave.. Goldsboro 
Teachey. Sue Lynn. Box 74. Rose Hill 
Thomas, Betty, 326 Meeting St., Georgetown, S. C. 
Tomlinson. Barbara Pittman. 712 W. North St.. Raleigh 
Tsioumas. Evangeline. 1416 Dixie Trail. Raleigh 
Tupper. Patricia. 109 E. Lewis St.. Whiteville 
1 ".TV. Cathy, Box 1002. Kannapolis 
\ i-tai. Elizabeth, Rt. 4. Box 113, Siler City 
W alk.T. Pat. 512 Westover Ave.. Winston-Salem 
\\ aler-. Mrs. Martha. 408 Marjorie Dr., Gary 
\\ ilch. Marion. Moyock 
W hallev. Katherine Elizabeth. 603 E. 12th Ave.. 

Dillon, S. C. 
Whitley. June, 2310 Charlotte Rd.. Albeniarle 
Whitley, Nancy. Rt. 1, Box 159, Beauh.rt 
Wicker, Annette. Box .321. Kenly 

W ilfcng. Mr-. Fran.v. P.. VH):V Mrxan.ler Rd.. Raleigh 
William-. Gail. Ill) William- Si.. Canton 



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Woodard. Charlolt.'. I'.ux J. Na-hville 

Young. Zuda Ellen, 196 23rd. St.. N. W.. Hickory 



SOPHOMORES 

Alford, Betsy. 207 E. Sycamore St.. Zebulon 

Alligood. Judy. 518 Maple St.. Elizabeth City 

Atwill. Alice. ■36I5-H Hawthorne Ave.. Richmond. Va. 

Barbee. Vivian, Enterprise Rd.. Mitchellville. Md. 

Barrier. Delinda. 3.53 Spencer Dr.. Concord 

Barron. Harriett. 133 Johnson St.. Canton 

Bell. Sarah Louise. Box 188. Hamlet 

Bell. Susan Carol. 1711 E. Mulberry St.. Goldsboro 

Benton, Melanie, 1104 Helen St.. Monroe 

Billington. Lynn, 307 LuUwater Dr., Wilmington 

Booker, Bet, 110 Parker St.. Smithfield 

Branch, Jessica, Rt. 1, Gary 

Brott. Prudence. 224 Steamburg Rd., Hillsdale. Mich. 

Brown. Beverlv. Rt. 1. Box 423. Mount Airy 

Brown. Janet Rebecca. 608 Polk St.. Raleigh 

Brown. Pat. 1208 Westmoreland Dr.. Raleigh 

Bryant. Jeanne. 426 Meadowbrook Rd.. Rocky Mount 

Bunch. Marian. 202 E. Queen St.. Edenton 

Caison. Susan, 333 Wilmot Dr.. Raleigh 

Canady. Joyce, 1326 Andover Rd.. Charlotte 

Carlson. Betsy. 1207 Azalea Dr., Wilmington 

Carlson, Elaine, 1314 Rutledge Ave., Florence, S. C. 

Carter, Linda Elaine, Rt. 2, Chadbourn 



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Cashey. Myra. 428 Banks St.. Graham 
Chadwick. Josie, 1601 Powell St.. Norristown. Penn. 
Chandler, Rosie, 215 Highland Rd.. Southern Pines 
Childress, Beverley Dale, 400 Brookside Blvd., 

Richmond, Va. 
Clemons. Mary Angela, Rt. 2, Box 264, Tabor City 
Clinard, Lelia Thomas, 81.5 W. Farriss Ave., High Point 
Coats, Phyllis, Box 156, Angler 
Coleman, Alice, Box 185, Pamplico, .S. C. 
Collins, Janet, Rt. 1, Monroe 
Coolev, Jean, .508 Talleyrand Ave., Monroe 
Couns, Juliet A., 5417 Parkwood Dr.. Raleigh 
Cox, Beverly Annette, 8609 Waxford Rd., Richmond, Va. 
Creech, Alice, 306 S. E. Third St., Snow Hill 
Cress, Laurie, 215 W. Thomas St., Salisbury 
Crowe, Sheryl, 312 Johnson St., New Bern 
Crumpler, Elaine, 411 Hancock St.. Smithfield 
Daniel, Joy. Box 464, Spring Hope 
Daves, Joyce, 2023 Redbud Dr.. Gastonia 
Davis, Gay. 121 W. Front St., Slatesville 
Davis. Gloria. 3204 Dixon Rd.. Durham 
Dickens, Florence, Castalia 

Drewes. Betty Louise, 4209 Boxwood Rd.. Raleigh 
Duncan. Phyllis, Cluster Springs, Va. 
Dunstan. Virginia H., 507 Church St.. Elizabeth City 
Eakes. Beth. 417 Lafayette St., Clinton 
Eaton, Janice Ann, 660 Lakeshore Dr., Asheville 
Eicher, Bonnie, 1401 Andover Rd., Charlotte 
Evans. Betsy Frve, Box 32, Stoneville 
Farabow, Nan, 113 W. Thorndale Dr., Oxford 
Felten, Carol Jean, 1351 BiU St., Norfolk, Va. 
Floyd, Marv Kate, 412 Pittman St., Fairmont 
Flvnt, Sandra, Rt. 3, Baux Mtn. Rd., Winston-Salem 
Franklin, Lea, 2801 N. Westmoreland St., 

Arlington 13. Va. 
Frederick. Linda Ann. 607 N. Audubon A\e.. Goldsboro 
French, Joan, Q-202 McKimmon Village, Raleigh 
Gaines. Daphne, Box 811, Goldston 
Gargis. Norma, 1804 Marshall Ave., Indian River, 

East Chesapeake, \a. 
Gay, Mary, Seaboard 

Griffin, Settle Ann. 28 Longview Rd.. Asheville 
Griffin, Carolyn, Box 13, Monroe 
Grogan, Janet Jo, 1908 Loch Lomond Court, 

Winston-Salem 
Guion, Jane, N. Elm St., Marshville 
Guthrie, Elizabeth, Box 1947, Grass Valley, Calif. 
Hamrlck. Judy, 123 Sunset Dr., S. W.. Winston-Salem 
Hanchey, Ann, Rt. 2, Box 69. Rose Hill 
Hargrave, Carolyn, 913 Faculty .St., Boone 
Harrington, Ruth Simmons, 412 Riverside Dr.. 

Washington 
Hatcher. Diane, Rt. 1, Garner 
Hauser. Anita, 8.53 Kenwlck Dr.. Wlnston-Salem 
Haverstock, Mary, 636 Cedar St., Roanoke Rapids 
Hedrick, Kay, 712 Ferndale Dr., High Point 
Herring, Mary Louise, Bay St., Southport 
Hicks, Mrs. Peggy, 1515 Scales St., Raleigh 
Hilton, Sue, 1018 Greensboro Rd., Lexington 
Hines, Bettv, 3214 Oak Grove Circle, Raleigh 
Holden, Dawn, Rt. 2, Box 24, Hudson 
H(dmes, Jane Barnwell. 628 Woodburn Ave., Raleigh 
Hooks, Jeannie, Box 235, Fremont 
Hooper, Jane Tilson, 300 Griffin St., Elizabeth City 
Howard, Kaye, 108 East St., Fuquay Springs 
Hubbard. Judy, 145 Robert St.. Chesapeake, Va. 
Hudler. Pansy, 113 Piney Green Rd., Midway Park, 

Jacksonville 
Hurst, Patsy, Rt. 3, Box 61, Wilmington 
Huss, Mrs. Ann, Rt. 8. Box 206, Raleigh 
Ingold, Johnette, 1120 E. Cannon Ave., Albemarle 



Inman, Martha Adele. 122 Green Forest Dr., Wilmington 

Jackson. Bonnie Ruth. 1430 Ridge Rd.. Raleigh 

James, Grace, Box 3.38, Bethel 

Johnson, Barbara Ann, Box 64. Four Oaks 

Johnson, Carol, Knollwood Dr., Mount Airy 

Johnson, Ginger, Box 294, Lillington 

Jordan, Pam, 217 Shamrock Dr.. Danville, Va. 

Joreensen. Joyce Ann. 202 W. West St.. Southport 

Kanipe, Mary Ann, Waddell St., Fair Bluff 

Kelly, Sue, 206 Orange St., Tabor City 

Kesler, Lou Ross, 410 Harris Dr., Henderson 

King, Martha. Rt. 1. Nashville 

Klrby, Sue, 1237 Duncan St., Pampa, Texas 

Kirtley, Anne, 2515 Banner St., Durham 

Knauff, Peggy, 2125 Cumberland Ave., Charlotte 

Knight, Jo Ann, 3005 Northampton Dr., Greensboro 

Kornegay, Anne Gray, 211 W. 12th St., Washington 

Lambeth, Mrs. Ann Brock, 1603 Van Dyke Ave., Raleigh 

Lambeth, Mary Katharine, Box 671, Thomasville 

Langdon, Madeline, 116 Ridgemont Rd., 

Johnson Cltv, Tenn, 
Lawhorn, Betty, 917 N, Main St., Rutherfordton 
Lee, Mrs. Yeun Sook, 1309 Beaver Dam Rd.. Raleigh 
Leonard. Patsy, 1410 Wiltshire St., High Point 
LeRoy, Donna, 3612 Browning Place, Raleigh 
Lester, Martha Elizabeth,, 903 Rhem St., Kinston 
Lewis. Edith, A-15 McKimmon Village, Raleigh 
Lewis, Temple, 201 HlUcrest Rd., New Bern 
Lipscomb, Carlton, 1427 Lorraine Ave., Richmond, Va. 
Little, Becky. 1925 Echo Lane, Gastonia 
Litton, Nancy, 600 Ashe St.. High Point 
Lowry, Paula, 4201 Wilson Dr., Great Bridge, 

Chesapeake City, Va. 
Lumsden, Dianne, 834 Woodland, Statesvllle 
Lvles, Jean. 902 W. Fifth St., Roanoke Rapids 
M.rirnin. Nan.v, Box 147, Lucama 
M.CniiiiMk. Misan, 1100 S. Main St., Fairmont 
\I. Hiiliir. |u.l\. Box 748, Red .Springs 
M. Kii.ilK. •-n-an, 3909 Trent Pines Dr., New Bern 
McMaki.i, Martha, 406 Aberdeen Terrace, Greensboro 
Marsh, Price, 717 Westwood, High Point 
Martin, Pennv Lee, 112 Phillips St., Tarboro 
Martin, Sandra, 412 Dixie Trail, Raleigh 
Maynard, Judith Liles, Harrells 
Medlln, Virginia, 501 Griffith Rd., Monroe 
Mentavlos, tula Ann, 963 Scotch Dr., Gastonia 
Merkhan. Fadia. Box 242, Meredith College, Raleigh 
Milholiand. Janie. 642 N. Race, Statesville 
Miller. Juliana. 31 Louise Ave., Concord 
Mills. Martha. Box 262, Taylorsvllle 
Mims, Susan, 5536 Seacroft Rd., Charlotte 
Moore. Marshall. Box 353, Clarksvllle, Va. 
Moore. Mary Fisher, 1407 N. Respass St., Washington 
Moore, Polly, 33 Greenwell Court, Lynchburg, Va. 
Morgan, Sandra, 340 Vanderbllt Rd., Asheville 
Morris, Brenda, Box 1111. Albemarle 
Morris. Janet Kay, 2014 Englewood Ave., Durham 
Morris, Linda Drake, 201 Stuttaford Dr., Sandston, Va. 
Munford, Dheadra, 2701 Elgin St., Durham 
Newton, Janice Faye. Box 204, Rose Hill 
Nieuwenhuis, Elizabeth, 201 Wrenn Ave., Mount Airy 
Nirmel, Karl. F 19-C ChambeHain St., Raleigh 
Nixon. Sallv. 109 S. Rountree. Wilson 
Dates. Murilla. 1514 National Ave., New Bern 
Owen, Rachel, Buffalo Junction, Va. 
Parker. Anne, 395 Buckingham Rd.. Wlnston-Salem 
Parker. Eleanor. 723 Jones St., Suffolk, Va. 
Peeler. Jane, Countrv Club Acres, Shelby 
Peterson, Patricia, Rt. 4, Box 47, Clinton 
Petree, Judl, 264 Hawthorne Rd.. N.W., Winston-Salem 
Phillips, Mary Ellen, 114 Longview Dr., Fayetteville 



Pierce, Judy, 1809 James St., Durham 
Poole, Saraii Ann, 1206 Anne Dr., Kinston 
Pruett, Ruth. 2021 E. Ninth St., Charlotte 
Rackley, Linfla, Box lf>4. Rose Hill 
Ratchford, Julia, 7311 W. Franklin, Richmond, Va. 
Raver, Mrs. Mary, 910 Washington St., Gary 
Raynor, Sarah Anne, 910 W. Church St., Ahoskie 
Reich, Becky, 2412 Greenbriar Rd.. Winston-Salem 
Rice, Garolynn. Box 2733 Largo Rd., 

Upper Marlboro, Md. 
Riddick, Carolyn, 612 Yarmouth Rd., Raleigh 
Riley, Judy. 308 Englewood Dr., Rocky Mount 
Riley, Sara Lynn, 1716 Wilshire Blvd.. Wilson 
Riley. Wilma Jean, Box 82, Hillsboro 
Roberts, Martha Ann, Rt. 1, Box 56, Mt. Gilead 
Robertson, Carol. 755 Barnsdale Rd.. Winston-Salem 
Robinson. Willa. 215 Balfour Ave.. Asheboro 
Rogers, Betty Lois, Rt. 1, Wake Forest 
Ruark. Rena. 1304 Western Ave.. Rocky Mount 
Samuels, Joyce Ferree. 2416 Saddle Club Rd.. Burlington 
Sanner. Joyce. 215 S. King St.. Windsor 
Scarborough. Betsy. Belmont St., Windsor 
Shannon, Patricia, 202 E. Pine St.. Goldsboro 
Shanor. Betsy. 3200 Evans St.. Morehead City 
Shaver. Miriam Rebecca, 203 S. Oleander Ave., Goldsboro 
Sheets, Carol. 2209 Wright Ave.. Greensboro 
Shingleton. Wanita Ann. 107 Warren St.. Wilson 
Simmons, Linda. 204 E. Lebanon St.. Mt. Airy 
Simpson. Joan Frances. Robersonville 
Singletary. Judith. Rt. 1. Box 92. Elizabethtown 
Singleton. Susan. Box 703. Red Springs 
Sloop. Ruth Ann. Box 601, Dublin. Va. 
Smith. Barbara. 2714 W. Rothgeb Dr.. Raleigh 
Smith. Marylin. 131 Ridgecrest Rd.. Asheboro 
Smith. Lee Parker. 1018 Minerva Ave.. Durham 
Smith. Ruth Britt. Creedmoor Rd.. Rt. 6, Box 388 

Raleigh 
Sned, Marcia, 300 W. Marsh .St., Salisbury 
Sparger, Anne, 808 E. Wade St., Wadesboro 
Stevenson, Linda Gayle, 550 11th Ave. Circle, N.W., 

, Hickory 
Stokes, Louise, 2701 Reynolda Dr., Winston-Salem 
Swain, Ann, 603 Small St., Wash. Park, Washington 
Sweaney, Betty Fousage, 1009 Vickers Ave.. Durham 
Taylor. Alice Kennedy. 2002 Greenbriar. Kinston 
Thomas. DeAnne. 301 Compton Rd.. Raleigh 
Thompson. Kent. 211 Hillcrest Dr.. Goldsboro 
Tiley. DiAnne. 1881 Schermerhorn St.. 

Merrick. Long Island. N. Y. 
Tilley. Barbara. Box 1207. New Bern 
Tolston. Patricia. 1200 Anne Dr.. Kinston 
Trotter. Beth. 267 Halcyon Ave.. Winston-Salem 
Ussery. Barbara. 308 Westside Dr.. Lexington 
Via. Helen. 1624 Oberlin Rd.. Raleigh 
Von Elm. Nanci. Elm Crest Farm. 1001 Five Point Rd., 

London Bridge. Virginia Beach, Va. 
Voshell. Joan, 4.504 Morgan Lane. New Bern 
Wade. Ricki. 1500 Shackleford Ave., Morehead City 
Wainscott, Lynne, 1523 Hermitage Court, Durham 
Waller, Lane. Rt. 4, Kinston 
Warren. Edith Carol. Rt. 1. Robersonville 
Watson. Barbara Jane. 400 Randolph. Amandale. Va. 
Welsted. Candace. 1 Coursen Way. Madison. N. J. 
Whedbee. Lucy Ann. 201 Haughton St.. Williamston 
Whilaker. Anna. Box 836. Bryson City 
White. Patricia. 1812 Grace .St.. Wilmington 
Whitfield. Mary Margaret. Snow Hill 
Wilkerson. Nell. 615 Oak St.. Marion 
Williams. Delia Christine. 207 Mt. Vernon Ave.. 

DanviUe. Va. 



Williams. LaRay Hope. 1229 Oaklette Dr.. 

St Chesapeake, Va. 
Williams. Nancy Ellis. 207 Monticello St., Spray 
Willis, Gail. 1034 West Forest Hills Blvd., Durham 
Wilson. Bettie. 506 Hancock St.. Oxford 
Wilson. Harriet Anne. .3.328 White Oak Rd., Raleigh 
Wilson, Jane, 710 E. Park Dr.. Lincolnton 
Wilson. Judith Ann. 305 Churchill Dr., Fayetteville 
Wilson. Vicki. 1112 Griffith Rd.. Monroe 
Womack. Jane. Mor roe St., Carthage 
Woodford, Sylvia, Box 169, Goode, Va. 
Worcester, Linda Dell. 415 Merwick Circle, Charlotte 
Worth, Peggy, 310 Hill Rd.. Southern Pines 
Wrenn. Dianne. 2614 Portland Ave.. Charlotte 
Yarbrough. Patricia. 3358 Willow Oak Rd.. Charlotte 
Yelton. Agnes. 240 Grandview Dr.. Concord 
Zealy. Libby. Ill Bradford Dr., Charlotte 



FRESHMEN 

Aldridge, Hannah Kay, Rt. 7, Monroe 

Allen, Sandra Lee, Grimmersburg St., Farmville 

Altman, Linda, 308 DuPont Circle, Kinston 

Amnott, .Susan. 2720 Brown Ave.. Durham 

Arthur, Anne Maxwell, 705 Avondale Rd., Asheboro 

Ashburn, Anne, 317 Howard St., Mount Airy 

Askari, Nasrin, P-214 McKimmon Village, Raleigh 

Austell. Jeslyn, Box 1192, Concord 

Baggett, Ann Wilson, 303 Churchill Dr., Fayetteville 

Bailey, Adrianna, 210 W. Morgan St.. Roxboro 

Ball, Mary Lambeth, G-2 Oleander Court, Wilmington 

Ballard, Cheryl, 209 River Rd., Newport News, Va. 

Banner, Nina, 104 Glenwood Rd., Morganton 

Barnes, Kay. Box 786. Hillsboro 

Barrington. Cynthia. 407 E. Harrison St.. Dillon, S. C. 

Batson. Mary Ann. Rt. 2, Burgaw 

Bauer. Beverly Jean. Redwood Motor Lodge. Lumberton 

Bellomy. Barbara Lynn. 2247 Camellia Dr.. Wilmington 

Bennett. Carolyn Margaret. 2333 Rosewood Ave., 

Winston-Salem 
Berry, Ann, 502 W. Colonial Ave., Elizabeth City 
Biggs, Gayle, 2712 Park Ave., Wilmington 
Bishop, Pamela, Box 144, Powells Point 
Blackmore, Marie, Box 757, Burgaw 
Blalock, Jenny Hope, 3504 Churchill Rd., Raleigh 
Bostick. Janie. 118 N. Kincaid Ave.. Wilson 
Boswell, Susie, 2223 Woodland Ave., Burlington 
Bradley, Mary Helen, 611 W. Queen St., Grifton 
Bradshaw, Sharon Arlene, Box 43, Drexel 
Bragg, Julia Taylor. 103 Howard St.. Monroe 
Brockett. Mrs. Rosalind Pox, Apt. E-25. McKimmon 

Village, Raleigh 
Brooks, Rachel Elizabeth, 413 Starke Dr.. 

Roanoke Rapids 
Brown. Dee Ann. 1102 S. Main St., Reidsville 
Brown, Judith. 1005 W. Pearce St.. Raleigh 
Brown. Rae. 423 Morgan St.. Roxboro 
Bruton. Kathy. 13227 Betty Lane. Silver Spring, Md. 
Bryan. Brenda. Rt. 2. Box 362. Bladenboro 
Butler. Gail. Salemburg Rd.. Roseboro 
Butler. Martha Ann. Box 278. Roseboro 
Caldwell. Rebecca Sue. 802 W. Sumter St.. Shelby 
Capell, Carroll Ann, 400 E. View St., Wadesboro 
Carroll, Judith Frances, 1305 Elm St., Weldon 
Carver. Barbara Jean. 919 Jefferson St.. Roanoke Rapids 
Chapman. Rebekah. Box 470. Quincy, Florida 
Clements, Retta, 1112 Westridge Rd., Greensboro 
Coekerham, Kay, 728 Melrose St., Winston-Salem 
Coleman, Jane, Box 185, Pamplico, S. C. 
Collier, Elaine, 1411 Pine Valley Loop, Fayetteville 
Collins, Susan, 4119 Crestwood Rd., Richmond, Va. 



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Cooke. Carol Jeanne. 172 Collins Ril.. Elkin 
Copelancl. Sarah Hardison. 406 Pike St.. Enfield 
Coram. Judv. Box 86. Boonville 

Corlev. Priscilla. 701 S. Roanoke St.. Scotland Neck 
Crabtree. Miriam. 2200 Barfield Court. Raleigh 
Craven. Jean Webster. 522 W. Weatherspoon St.. Sanford 
Craven. Margaret. 4517 Roxbury Dr.. Bethesda, Md. 
Crocker. Connie. 6206 Friendly Rd.. Greensboro 
Crumly. Candace. 741 Larkhall Lane. Charlotte 
Curtis. Merrill. 12 Oakland Dr.. Newport News. Va. 
Daniel. Shirlev. 202 Sharpe Ave., Kannapolis 
Daniels. Elizabeth. North Shores. Washington 
Davis. Lynn. 814 Woodburn Rd.. Raleigh 
DeHart. Meredith, 69 Furman Ave.. Asheville 
Dickens. Elizabeth. Lake Tillery. Mt. Gilead 
Dodds, Brenda, Rt. 4, Box 404, Candler 
Dozier, Dee Ann, 575 Winona Village, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Dudley, Barbara Jean, Graham Rd., Pittsboro 
Dudley, Mary, Box 449. Pineville 
Eagles, Doris Elizabeth. Rt. 2. Box 25. Ahoskie 
Earnhardt, Nettie. Rt. 1. Box 423. Albemarle 
Ehle, Nancy, 209 Midland Dr.. Asheville 
El-Kammash. Khadiga M.. Farrington Rd., No. 2. 

Chapel Hill 
Ellis. Judv Ann. Box 397. Clarkton 
Everetle. Helen. Box 481. Robersonville 
Feeley. Carol. 402 E. Tenth St., Washington 
Felten, Janet Lee, 1351 Bill St., Norfolk, Va. 
Ferguson. Wilda. 2809 O'Berry St., Raleigh 
Fisher, June Collier. Box 367. Elizabethtown 
Fitchett. Pamela H.. Box 452. Pittsboro 
Fitz. Wylda Gayle. Box 434. Chadbourn 
Fletcher. Judv, Box 925. Chapel Hill 
Floyd. Frances, 1002 James St.. Lumberton 
Forrest. Nancy.. 306 Elm St.. Greenville 
Freeman. Katharine. Box 97. Winthrop Station. 

Rock Hill. S. C. 
Gash. Margaret, 420 E. Shore Dr.. Spartanburg. S. C. 
Gentry. Judy Gail. Rt. 2, Roxboro 

Gilliam. Lou. 1729 Chamberlain St.. South Boston, Va. 
Goulais. Susan. 203 S.W. Second Ave.. Delray Beach, Fla. 
Grant. Rebecca Ann. 1428 Ridge Rd.. Raleigh 
Grant. Susan. 1428 Ridge Rd.. Raleigh 
Green. Joan Elizabeth. 411 Cutler St., Raleigh 
Gregory. Lynda. 15 Forest Hills Dr.. Wilmington 
Griffin. Carol Ann. Red Oak 

Grumbles. Lynn. 6405 Greengate Hill Rd., FayetteviUe 
Hall. Barbara Elizabeth. Rt. 1. Pineville 
Hall, Margaret, 1358 Jeffress St.. South Boston, Va. 
Hampton. Ann Catharine, 3005 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 
Hartley, Betty. 1826 Lansdale Dr.. Charlotte 
Hawthorne, Lucy. Lunenburg, Va. 
Haywood. Janis Elizabeth. Box 307. Candor 
Helms. Carol, 1307 Virginia Ave.. Monroe 
Helms. Joana. 518 Vance St., Roanoke Rapids 
Henderson, Martha. 203 N. Harding St.. Greenville 
Hines, Cynthia Gail. 4001 Arborway, Charlotte 
Hinkle. Mary Beth, 2011 Georgia Ave.. Winston-Salem 
Hobbs. Sandra Lee, 216 Buck Jones Rd., Raleigh 
Hocutt. Janie. 5442 Robinhood Rd.. Charlotte 
Hofler, Carolyn, 481 S. Union St., Concord 
Hollamon, Myra, Box 754, Hendersonville 
Holt, Mary Sue. 406 Circle Dr., Burlington 
Holt. Mimi. 710 W. Kivett St., Asheboro 
Honevcutt. Jean. 113 Edgewond Circle. Concord 
Home. Doris Fave. 1107 Anderson St.. Wilson 
Home. Sandra, 1702 Wilshire Blvd.. Wilson 
House. Gloria Anne, Box 215. Hobgood 
Howell. Marie. 124 Westwood Rd.. Asheville 
Howell. Patsy. 606 Stuart Circle, Weldon 



Hovle, Tanva. 207 Bond St.. Enfield 

Huggins. Ann Lassiter. 302 E. Noble St., Louisburg 

Hull. Joan. 1001 S. Hc.ward Circle. Tarboro 

Humphrev. Carolvn. 2831 Barmettler St., Raleigh 

Hunnicutt. Martha E.. Stony Creek, Va. 

llgenfritz. Tuck. 416 E. Main St., Hazelwood 

Johnson. Sarah. 5-28lh St.. N.E.. Winston-Salem 

Kerr, Carolyn. 4315 Van Buren St.. University Park, Md. 

Kimball. Georgia Carolvn. Box 28. Lemon Springs 

King. Carol Forrest. 3026 Fairfax Dr., Charlotte 

King. Elizabeth Swinson. 100 Keaton Ave.. Wilmington 

King. Pamela. 1203 South Ave.. South Boston. Va. 

Kirby. Ellen. 230 Grandview Dr.. Winston-Salem 

Lane. Gay. Rt. 2, Box 83, Siler City 

Laney. Linda Glenn. 102 Forest Hill Dr., Monroe 

Laugel. Susan. 2424 41st St., Moline. 111. 

Lay. Emily Graham. 202 Forest Dr.. Falls Church, Va. 

Layton. Janette. 416 Parkview Dr., Burlington 

League. Sarah Jane, Box 213. Waynesville 

Ledbetter. Sandy. 38 Duke St., Asheville 

Lemmond. Jean. Box 32. Matthews 

Lewis. Patty. 1106 Rockford Rd., High Point 

McCrary. Jan. 613 S. Taylor St., Rocky Mount 

Mc Donald. Gloria. 1119 Lafayette Ave., Rocky Mount 

McGlohon. Jane. 315 Rutledge Rd.. Greenville 

McGoogan. Marilvn. 228 E. Second Ave., Red Springs 

McKethan, Blue. 1100 E. Washington St.. Dillon. S. C. 

McKenney. Toni. 2103 Flagler Ave.. Key West. Fla. 

McLamb, Sandv, Rt. 5, Clinton 

McPhaul, Marion Zula, 607 N. Lee St.. Whiteville 

Maness. Frances Ann. 508 N. Weldon St., Gaslonia 

Marcuson. Marilyn. 2726 Lyndhurst Ave.. Winston-Salem 

Marks. Paula. 719 Pinewood Circle. Mooresville 

MarshaU, Beth. Rt. 3. Hillsboro 

Mayhue, Marcelvn. 3819 Cobb St.. Raleigh 

Memory. Stella. 908 Harvey St., Raleigh 

Midgett, Jane. Edgewood. Rt. 2. Kinston 

Miller. Alice, 7 Hillcrest Dr., Concord 

Miller, Joan, 1325 Wilkesboro Rd., Taylorsville 

Miller. Marv Elizabeth. 102 Park Dr., Union, S. C. 

Mills. Ann, Box 262, Taylorsville 

Milton, Mary Faith, 309 McCarten St.. Monroe 

Mitchell, Charlotte A.. 256 Fillmore St., Staunton, Va. 

Molony. Betty. 2815 Winton Rd., Durham 

Montague. Hally, 111 N. George Mason Dr., 

Arlington. Va. 
Myers, Hilda. Laurel Springs 
Mvers, Gwynne, 2505 Owen Dr.. Winston-Salem 
Newton. Sandra, 305 E. 16th St.. Lumberton 
Noel. Blanche Gilliam. 4904 W. Grace St.. Richmond. Va. 
Nurkin. Rita W.. 112 N. Dillard St.. Durham 
Otts. Charlotte. 302 Plum Lane. Chapel Hill 
Page. Laura Jean. 404 W. Mountain St.. Kings Mountain 
Partin. Ann. Rt. 1. Enfield 
Peacock. Jessie Beth. 1030 Red Oak Rd., 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
Pearce, Sylvia Jean, Rt. 3, Wake Forest 
Perrv. Helen Elizabeth. 208 Ware St., Shelby 
Pettebone, Kathy, Rt. 2. Box 10. Annapolis, Md. 
Pickett. Jo Ann. 818 Gales Ave.. Winston-Salem 
Pope, Sallie Dunn. 1008 Roanoke St.. Scotland Neck 
Potter. Marv Florence. 1007 Jenkins St.. Lumberton 
Powell. Mary Elizabeth. Rt. 1. Sweetwater. Tenn. 
Pritchard. Dianne. Rt. 2. Aulander 
Rabb. Veronica Louise. Rt. 5. Box 331, Marion 
Ramsev. Judy Gail. 632 Denning Place. Charlotte 
Ramsey. Suzanne Marie. 900 W. Marion St.. Shelbv 
Revnolds. Martha. 1206 Stanhope Ave.. Richmond. Va. 
Rhodes. Mrs. Mary Ruth. 1817 Manuel St.. Raleigh 
Ritchie. Jeannie. 3105 Moss Side Ave.. Richmond 22. Va. 
Rives. Elisebeth S., 706 Florham Ave.. High Point 



Roach. Bettv. 729 Russell Ave.. ReidsviUe 

Rodgers. Judy. Box 7, Franklinville 

Roebuck. Nancy. 125 Isabella Ave., Washington 

Rogers. Susan. 806 Brunson Dr.. Albemarle 

Rollins. Ann Benton. 903 Elizabeth Rd., Shelby 

Rudisill. Macki, 1312 Myrtle Ave.. Charlotte 

Russell. Carole Anne. 15 Griffing Blvd., Asheville 

Sanford. Charlene. 289 E. Chestnut St., Apt. 3, Asheville 

Savage. Joe Ann, Box 105. Spring Hope 

Scarboro, Beverly Ann, 110 Smith Chapel Rd.. Mt. Olive 

Schertz. Agnes. 228 Jamaica Dr., Cocoa Beach. Fla. 

Scott. Judy. Rt. 3. Kenly 

Sells, Judy. 36 Burlington Rd., Bedford. Mass. 

Senter, Mary Frances. 807 Second St., Lillington 

Shaw, Rose Ann, 904 Blount St.. Lumberton 

Singletary, Carolyn, Rt. 1. Box 344. Bladenboro 

Smith, Dianne Milicent, 1509 W. Thomas St.. 

Rocky Mount 
Smith. Jo Peele, 415 Carolina Ave.. Raleigh 
Smith. Margaret Joanne. 420 Leander St.. Shelby 
Smith, Sheila, Box 5, Windsor 

Snyder, Suzanne, 1709 Simms Place, Lakeland. Fla. 
Stamey, Julia, Box 5063, High Point 
Stilley, Nancy, Rt. .5. Box 15. New Bern 
Stoudemire, Sylvia. Rt. 5, Lincolnton 
Swanson, Merry, 829 Yorkshire Rd.. Winston-Salem 
Taylor, Gail, 226 N. Bosi St., Statesville 
Teague, Jane, Box 1466, Lumberton 
Thomas, Janet, 2111 Maple Leaf Dr.. Jacksonville. Fla. 
Thompson. Carolyn. Rt. 1. Box 730. Salisbury 
Thompson. Diane. 2705 Roxboro Rd.. Durham 
Thompson, Joan Elizabeth, 4407 Macon St., McLean. Va. 
Turner, Jean, 405 Colleton Rd.. Raleigh 
Turner, Kathie, 4729 Oakwood Rd.. Columbia. S. C. 
Vaughan. Brenda Jean. 431 Carolina St.. 

Roanoke Rapids 
Vierssen. Donna Dukes. 910 Curtis St.. Ahoskie 
Wacaster. Judith Adaire. 7540 Park Rd.. Charlotte 
Walker. Becky, Box 485. Batll.lioro 

Waher, Benton, 709 Rom \>. .. Kindlon 

Ward, Bess, Box 145, l!l;„lr,,l 

Warrick, Barrett, 513 >. I ilil, ^i,. ^niilhfield 

Webb, Betty, 705 Davie \^r.. sial.-xijle 

White, Ellen. Rt. 1. Box 24. Cob-rain 

Whitty. Louise West. 1706 Lucerne Way. New Bern 

Williams. Charlotte. 209 Robert E. Lee Dr.. Wilmington 

Wilson, Brenda Ann, 1.502 Carey Rd.. Kinston 

Wilson. Martha Jane, 101 Pleasant Dr.. Clemson. S. C. 

Wilson, Pat, 951 Hendersonville Rd., Asheville 

Worthington, Laura. 211 E. Third St.. Avden 

Wright. Linda. 146 Valley Dr.. Roanoke Rapids 

W'ynn, Patricia, Box 241, Tarboro 

Young, Judi Marie, 2324 Second Ave., N.W.. Hickory 

Young. Doris Frances. 1209 Front St.. Beaufort 

Young. Marv LaRue. 310 Blackwell St.. Kingstree. S. C. 

Young, Ruth Claire. 809 S. Second St., Smithfield 



FACULTY 

Allen. Mrs. W. R.. 1416 Eden Lane, Raleigh 
Baity, Hazel, 1614 W. First St.. Winston-Salem 
Harrington. Carolyn. 1700 Park Dr., Raleigh 
Bell. Lila, 1620 St. Mary's St.. Raleigh 
Birkin. Vergean R.. 2711 Vanderbilt Ave.. Raleigh 
Blanchard. Edwin K.. 605 Buck Jones Rd., Raleigh 
Blanton, Dr. Sankey L.. 201 Dixie Trail. Raleigh 
Brewer. Ellen D.. 126 Groveland Ave.. Raleigh ^ 
Campbell, Dr. Carlyle. 19 Furches St.. Raleigh 
Canaday. Dr. E. F.. 3212 Ruffin St.. Raleigh 
Chamberlain. Mrs. B. R.. Jr.. 945 Beverly Dr.. Raleigh 
Cline. P. A.. Jr.. 316 Walnut St., Cary 



Clyburn. James. 401 Furches St., Raleigh 
Cochran, Dr. Bernard H., 3422 Redbud Lane, Raleigh 
Coffer, J. Henry, Jr.. 2606 Van Dyke St., Raleigh 
Collins, Mrs. Helen Jo.. 2713 Rosedale Ave., Raleigh 
Cooper, Dr. and Mrs. Harry E.. 3 Henderson St., Raleigh 
Covington, Carolyn, T-4 Raleigh Apts.. Raleigh 
Crook. Dr. Roger H., Meredith College, Raleigh 
Davis. Mrs. Gwen P.. Box 5031. College Station, Raleigh 
Dandridge, Lucille, Meredith College, Raleigh 
Donley, Beatrice, 2310 Clark Ave.. Raleigh 
Dorsett. Harry K., 2719 Bedford Ave.. Raleigh 
Downs. Dr. Arthur C. 601 Hinsdale St.. Apt. 3. Raleigh 
Duncan, Sharon, 8657 New Lothrup Rd.. 

Durand. Michigan 
Eads, James H.. Jr.. 3036 E. Rothgeb Dr.. Raleigh 
Edwards, Mrs. Mary M.. 909 Powell Dr.. Raleigh 
Fleming. Louise E.. 302 Greene St.. Greenville 
Fracker. Robert G., 201 V2 Dixie Trail, Raleigh 
Frazier, Dr. Lois, Meredith College, Raleigh 
Freund, Dr. Susanne. 413 Furches St., Raleigh 
Garriss. Mrs. Pbvllis. 814 Fairclolh St., Raleigh 
Goff. Dr. Ri.bar.l I).. 116'-.. Montgomery St.. Raleigh 
Corsage. V.lnia Mar. 412 Illinois St., Pekin, Illinois 
Greene, Jane. Kt. 3. Rab-igh 
Greenwood, Mrs. Dorothy P.. 1620 Canterbury Rd.. 

Raleigh 
Grimmer. Frances Mae. 118 Fig St.. Cape Charles, Va. 
Grubbs. Dr. Frank L.. 3421 Cherry Lane. Raleigh 
Haeseler. Isabelle. 3047 Lewis Farm Rd.. Raleigh 
Hafner, Mamie, B-6 \^ ilmont Apts., Raleigh 
Hamilton, Mrs. John H.. Jr.. 618 Dorset Dr.. Cary 
Hanven. Jennie M., c o Mrs. Myron L. Kocher, Box 686, 
Radford, Va. 
Herndon, R. L. (Pop). 216 Urban Dr., Cary 
Hinslev. Mr-^. Dru. 5.509 HoUv Springs Rd.. Raleigh 
Hull. ,. M,-. Harii.i M.. XUi) Willi.- Oak Rd.. Raleigh 

H I. Ml-. III,. ma-. .VH I link.' H.. 111. -stead Rd.. Durham 

lliini.i. Ml-. i;,.l,|.^,'. M.iv.liih C.iM.-ge. Raleigh 
IluiM. Ml-. K.liia. Inliniiaiv. M.i.-.litb College. Raleigh 
J.-ll.ri.-. Ml-. Ma.k. \. Ht. 1. I!..x l.'id. Kal.-i;;li 
J..bii-„n. Mr~. \^,i,.- W.. 01. 1 .siai;.- K.I., Kal.i^b 
J„liii-.,ii, Ml-. Mai-ar.l. 1711 -\. lil.iuiit Si.. Kal.i^b 
Julin-uii. Dr. Marx LmkIi. 1906 Smalhvou.l Dr.. Raleigh 
J,. -ex. Marx Bland. K-3 Raleieb Apts.. Raleiah 
Kelman. Mrs. Arthur. 2310 Wevmoulb Court. Raleigh 
Knight. Dr. lone Kemp. Box 388. Madison 
Krummel. Eleanor. 211.^ Fir;l.u..o.l Ave.. Durham 
Leake. Lu. Rt. 1. B..\ 7. \\..„.Kilb-. Mis^. 
Ledford. W. R.. 301.S M. -.111,1 Dr.. Rab-idi 
Lemmon. Dr. Sarah. 417 lli..,.kw,„..l Dr.. Raleiiih 
McAllister. Dr. Q. 0.. 1704 St. .Mary's St.. Raleigh 
McCombs. Mrs. Dorothy. 3438 Bradley Place. Raleigh 
McLain. Dr. Ralph E.. 3400 Lake Boone Trail. Raleigh 
McLamb. Judv. 502 E. Main St.. Benson 
McNeil. Mrs. jean C, P-201 McKimmon Village, Raleigh 
Marsh. Mrs. Vera Tart. Meredith College. Raleigh 
Martin. Mrs. Geneva L., 3405 Ruffin St., Raleigh 
Massev, Mrs. W. K.. .305 Quail Dr., Raleigh 
Olmsted, David G.. 609 Dennis Ave.. Raleigh 
Orders. Mrs. W. Carl. 2711 Rosedale Ave., Raleigh 
Parramore, Thomas C. 120 Hawthorne Rd., Raleigh 
Parsons, Preston D.. Rt. 1. Woodland Dr.. Cary 
Peacock. Dr. L. A.. .3018 Churchill Rd.. Raleigh 
Posev. Mrs. Evelyn R.. 425 Cooke St.. Apex 
Pratt. Stuart. 3015 Ruffin St.. Raleigh 
Preston. Mrs. Dorothy, 3501 Brook Dr.. Raleigh 
Pruden. Mrs. Virginia. 1423 Brooks -\ve.. Raleigh 
Renfrow, Mrs. Lois S., W2A Cameron Court Apts.. 

Raleigh 
Revelev. Dr. D. R.. 122 St. Mary's St.. Raleigh 
Robinson. Mrs. Ruth. 1407 Lutz Ave., Raleiah 



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Rose, Dr. Norma, 510 Camden Rd., Wadesboro Syron, Dr. Leslie, Churchville, Va. 

Saunders, Mrs. Lucy, Infirmary, Meredith College, Thome, Mrs. Frances, Meredith College, Raleigh 

Raleigh Tilley, Dr. Ethel, 1510 Hillsboro St., Raleigh 

Scarboro, Virginia, P-8 Raleigh Apts., Raleigh Walker, R. A. L., Box 245, Clinton, Miss. 

Senter, Dr. William J., 702 W. Jones St., Raleigh Whilden, Mrs. Martha, Meredith College, Raleigh 

Simmons. Mrs. Evelyn P.. 913 Brookwood Dr., Raleigh Wooldridge, Mrs. Martha C, 3105 Churchill Rd., Raleigh 

Simmons, Harry. Box 397, Meredith College, Raleigh Yarbrough, Dr. John A., 3008 Medlin Dr., Raleigh 

Smith, Mrs. MaBelle, c/o Delbert Bowles, Yarbrough, Dr. Mary E., 119 Montgomery St., Raleigh 

630 Sandridge Rd., Charlotte Yeager, Betty Jean, 1509 Hillsboro St., Raleigh 

Stevens, Mrs. Frances, 432 Oakland Dr., Raleigh Young, Stephen, 301 Dixie Trail, Raleigh