mm m^'-' -ivi:^ fi<:!: :ii!:;r'!;:t:. -i: i >:!■!•!}* mill ,!■•! n:!f;ii' I'i^'K i « . , , — ... ■ --•- : ' .;: r .v :':;;:;',;; : :' •;■ ^ SECOND ANNUAL CATALOGUE of the East Carolina Teachers Training School GREENVILLE, N. C 1910-191 ursknville: the reflector co.. printers „t:y. ■ ■■■:■■■ . iil; KC" QTablp of CnntenW Calendars 4-5 Board of Trustees 6 Faculty 7 Officers 8 General Information 9-16 Requirements for Admission 17-18 Course of Study 18-19 Department of Instruction 20-25 Annual Expenses 25-26 Students' Roll 27-40 Spring and Summer Courses 41 Faculty — Summer Term 42 Officers — Summer Term 44 Courses of Study 45-46 («) CALENDAR. 1911 SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER S M T W T| F| S S M|T W T F| S S M|T W T F S S |M T 1 W T Fl S 1 1| 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 1 1 1| 2 3 4 5 6 7| 8 9 8| 9 10 11 12 13|14 5 6| 7 8 9 10 11 3! 4 5 6 7 8| 9 10 11 12 13 141 15 16 15 16 17 18 19 20|21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 11 12 13 14 15|16 17 18 19 20 211 221 23 22 23 24 25 26 27|28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 25 26 27 28J 1 29 1 30 291 1 30|31 1 1 26 27 28 29 30 24|25 26 31| 27 28 29 30 1 1912 JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL S M T W|T F S S 1 M T W T F S S 1 M T W T F| S S M T W T F| S 1 1 2 3| 4 5 6 1 1 2| 3 1 2 1| 2 3 4 51 6 7 8 9 10|11 12 13 4| 5 6 7 8 9|10 3 4 5 6 7 8| 9 7 8 9 10 1112113 1 14 15 16 17|18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 14 15 16 17 18 19|20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 18| 19 20 21 22 23 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 21 22 23 24 25 26|27 28 29 30 1 31 1 1 25! 1 26 27 28 29 1 24 31 25 26 27 28 29|30 28 1 ' 29 30 1 1 MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST S M IT W T F S S M T W T F| S S M|T W T F S SI M T W T F| S 1 ~ 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 2 3 4 5| 6 1 2| 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2 3 4 5 6 7| 8 7 8 9 10 1112|13 4 5 6 7 8 9|10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 14 15 16 17 18 19|20 11 12 13 14 15 16|17 19 20|21 22 23 24 25 16 17 18 19 20 2122 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 18 19 20 21 22 23|24 26 27|28 29 30 31 23 30 24 25 26 27 28 29 28 29|30 31 1 25 26 27 28 29 30|31 1 SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER S' M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M|T W T F S 9 .M|T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4| 5 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 14 6 7 8 9 10 11|12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 13 14 15 16 17 18|19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27128 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 27 28 29 30 1 31 1 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 29 30 31 1 (4) Calpnbar 1911=' 12 Sept. 20, Tuesday — Registration of matriculated students. Sept. 27, Wednesday — Matriculation of ne^y students. Sept. 28, Thursda}' — Regular work begins. Nov. 30, Thursday — Thanksgiving. Dec. 21, Thursday — Fall Term ends. Christmas recess begins. 1912 Jan. 3, Wednesday — School work is resumed. AVinter Term begins. Mar. 23, Saturday — Winter Term ends. Mar. 26, Tuesday — Spring Term begins. June 4-6, Tuesday. Wednesday, and Thursday — Commence- ment exercises. i'^) Cong. Dist. Term Expires T. J. Jarvis, Greenville First 1913 J. B. Leigh, Elizabeth City First 1917 A. McDowell, Scotland Neck .Second 1913 Y. T. Ormoxd, Kinston • '■ Second 1917 John C. Parker, Trenton Third 1913 J. E. Bannerman, Burgaw Third 1917 Ira T. Turlington, Smithfield Fourth 191 r* R. B. White, Franklinton Fourth 1915 J. O. Carr, Wilmington Sixth 1915 J. Y. Joyner, State Supt. of Public Instruction. (Dfficerg of ti)e Poarb J. Y. JOYNER, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ex officio Chairman C. W. Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer. executive Committee T. J. Jarvis, Chairman. Y. T. Ormond, J- y- JOVNER. ((») Jfacultp ROBT. H. WRIGHT. B.S., President. CLAUDE W. WILSON, B.A., Pedagogy. W\ H. RAGSDALE, B.A, School Management. LEON R. MEADOWS, B.A., English. MAMIE E. JENKINS, B.A., M.A.. English. HERBERT E. AUSTIN, B.S., Science. MARIA D. GRAHAM, L.L, B.S.. Mathematics. SALLIE JOYNER DAVIS, History. BIRDIE McKINNEY, Latin. ORPAH DABNEY Primary Methods. KATE W. LEWIS. Drawing. ELIZABETH PUGH, Household Economics. MAY R. B. MUFFLY, Public School Music and Voice. FANNIE M. BISHOP, Piano. CHAS. S. COON, Writing. (T) ♦ 0ilittv9i RoBT. H. Wright President C. W. Wilson Bursar Mrs. Kate R. Beckwith Lady Principal Chas. O'H. Laughinghouse Physician MiTTiE R. Beaman Superinte?ident of Infirmary Emm> R. Jones Stenographer Ola S. Ross Custodian of Records (8) (General information The East Carolina Teachers Training School was estab- lished by Act of the General Assembly, ratified the 8th day of March, 1907. The General Assembly of 1911 re^charter- ed the school. Tlie following is the charter. A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AX ACT TO CHARTEK THE EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact'. "Section 1. That the trustees of the East Carolina Teach- ers Training School, established by an act of the General Assembly of North Carolina of one thousand nine hundred and seven, and located at Greenville, North Carolina, shall be and are hereby constituted a body corporate by and un- der the name and style of 'The Board of Trustees of the East Carolina Teachers Training School,' and by that name may sue and be sued, make contracts, acquire real and personal property by gift purchase or devise, and ex- ercise such other rights and privileges as are incident to corporations of like character as are necessary for the proper administration of said school. "Section 2. That said board of trustees shall be composed of nine persons, together with the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, as Chairman ex offcio, said trustees to be appointed by the State Board of Education: Provided, that two members of said board shall be from the First Congressional District, two from the Second, two from the Third, two from the Fourth and one from the Sixth, whose term of office shall be six years. That the State Board of Education, upon the expiration of the term of office of any member of the board of trustees, shall ap- (9) 10 East Carolina Teachers Training School point his successor for the full term of six years. Vacan- cies occurring by death or resignation of any member of this board shall be filled by appointment of the State Board of Education for the unexpired term. All trustees shall take oath to perform faithfully their duties, and shall hold office until their successors have been duly ap- pointed and qualified. "Section 3. That the said school shall be maintained by the State for the purpose of giving to young white men and women such education and training as shall fit and qualify them to teach in the public schools of North Caro- lina. "Section 4. That the board of trustees shall have poAver to prescribe the course of study and shall lay special em- phasis on those subjects taught in the public schools of the State and on the art and science of teaching. "Section 5. That tuition in said school shall be free to those Avho signify their intention to teach, for such time and upon. such conditions as may be prescribed by the board of trustees; and the board of trustees, upon the recommendation of the faculty, shall give those students in said school who have completed the prescribed course of study, a diploma of graduation; and they may upon the recommendation of the faculty grant certificates of proficiency- for the completion of special courses. "Section 6. That when, in the judgment of the board' of trustees, the best interest of the school will be promoted thereby the board may decline to admit young men into the rooms of the dormitories. "Section 7. That all rights and titles heretofore acquired in any way for the use and benefit of said Training School shall vest and remain in the said board of trustees as herein incorporated. "Section S. That the trustees shall report biennially to the Governor, before the meeting of each General Assembly, the operation and condition of said school. East Carolina Teachers Traimiuj School 11 "Section 9. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. "Katified this the 8th day of March. A. D. 1911." location The school is located in the town of Greenville. North Carolina, on a tract of forty-seven and one-half acres of land. The site is well-nigh ideal. Part of the land is covered with a growth of native trees and lends itself beautifully to the establishment of a school park. July 2, 1908, ground was first broken. The following Iniildings have been erected : Boys' Dormitory. Girls' Dormitory, Administration Building, Kitchen and Dining Hall, Laundry and Power Plant, and Infirmary. October 5. 1909. the school opened its doors for students. Since that date 1018 students have been enrolled. As is seen in the act of the General Assembly, Section 3, the object of the State in establishing and maintaining the school is "to give to young white men and women such educati(;n and training as shall fit and qualify them for teaching in the public schools of Xorth Carolina." This is a professional school. Its aim is to teach its stu- dents not onh' subject matter, but also the processes by which the learning-mind acquires knowledge. Its purpose is to give the students: 1. Such knowledge of the studies taught in the public sciiools as a teacher must have in order to teach them properly. '2. A knowledge of other studies that are so related to the branches taught in the public schools as will give a proper understanding of the public school branches. 3. A knowledge of the mental and physical powei*s of the child and tlieir methods of development. 12 East Carolina Teachers Training School 4. A knowledge of the principles of education and meth- ods of teaching, and their application in the actual work of the school room. 5. A knowledge of the methods of organizing and manag- ing schools. G. A knowledge of the school law of the State. In brief, this institution aims to prepare teachers both theoretically and practically for teaching the public schools of Xorth Carolina. |!it£ScJpltne In conducting a school for j^oung men and women who are about to assume the responsibilities of so serious and dignified a profession as teaching, there should be no oc- casion for arbitrary and iron-clad rules. Each student should attend promptly and faithfully to every duty and have due consideration and regard for the rights and privileges of others. No rules are made by the school authorities except those necessary to govern routine work, but if the pupil is found to be falling off in his studies, neglecting his duties or exerting an unwholesome influence, prompt steps are taken for his amendment. If a pupil does not show some dispo- sition to conform to high standards he can hardly be con- sidered good material for a teacher; and, if he is found unresponsive to patient endeavors to bring him into the proper attitude to his duties, he is requested to resign his place in the school. Every effort is made to lead the stu- dents to choose the right, and the results for the past year have been wholly satisfactory. In the spirit of the institution is found the discipline of the school. Bormitoricjf anb J^oomsf The school is equipped with dormitory space for two hundred and eighteen students. Each dormitory room is provided with two single iron beds, with springs, mattresses I East Carolina Teachers Training School 13 and pillows, two chairs, a table, washstand, bureau and wardrobe — all the necessary furniture for comfortable liv- ing. There is a central heating and lighting plant that pro- vides steam heat and electric lights for all the buildings. A modern system of ventilation is installed. The plumbing draining and all those things necessary for good sanitary conditions are of the best type procurable. The school gets its water from the town of Greenville. The town owns its own waterworks and has the water examined frequently, thus insuring its purity. In short, the home life of each student is made as comfortable as can be, and every possible pre- caution for health is taken. During the past year the general health of the student body has been entirely satisfactory. CuUnarp department The school dining room is perhaps the prettiest hall in the institution. The equipment in the kitchen is modern in every sense. For the preservation of meats, vegetable and ether food-stuffs, the school has established a refrigerat- ing plant of the best type. A graduate of Stout Institute has charge of the Culinary Department — the object of the school being to provide for its student body the most whole- some food and to see that this food is prepared in the best way possible. iWebical Attention The school physician pa3's daily visits to the institution. A resident nurse is in charge of the infirmary. This build- ing is equipped with all the necessary furniture. Heating, lighting, plumbing and ventilation are modern. ^bminifitration ^Suilbing In the Administration Building are to be found the school oftices, Library, Chemical Laboratory, ten recitation rooms, four music rooms, and the Assembly Hall. Each 14 East Carolina Teachers Training School room is well equipped and ventilated. The Assembly Kail has a seating capacity of eight hundred. Here the devotion- al exercises are held daily. Haunbrp The laundry is equipped with all the necessary machinery for efficient laundry work. The equipment here, as in the other buildings is of the best possible type. The students are provided w-ith a basket ball ground and fcur tennis courts. The}' are encouraged to take a sufficient amount of outdoor exercise to insure good health. For this purpose, walks have been laid off in the park and each student is requested to spend at least one hour a day in the open air. ^tubent'g (J^utfit Each student is expected to bring for his own use the following articles: Two pairs of sheets, one pair blankets, two wdiite counterpanes, two pillow cases, six towels, six table napkins, a spoon and a glass. Only single beds are used. All articles to be sent to the Laundry should be plainly marked with indelible ink. (!^rsani^ation£f The attitude of the school toward organizations is to en- courage those that are intended to preserve health, develop character and the spirit of democracy. mwtit Clubg During the past year tennis and basket ball clubs were organized among the students, and although no games were played with outside institutions yet much good was derived through the friendly contests that were held on the campus. These sports are encouraged not only for the physicial train- ing which is gained through them, but for the contributions East Carolina Teachers Training School 15 which they make toward character-building. On the athletic field the student gains the power of self-control — a most valuable asset to everj' person who expects to become a teacher. lliterarp ^ocietie£( One of the chief factors in the development of both the social and educational life of the student may be found in the Literary Societies. The Jarvis Literary Society estab- lished in 1909. for young men; the Edgar Allan Pee and the Lanier Societies, established, 1910, for young women, have done much toward unifjnng the student body and encourag- ing school spirit. The chief purposes of these societies are to encourage social intercourse among the students, to put into practice the knowledge gained in the class rooms, tlirough oral and written discussions, and to attain }u-o- ficiencv. in parliamentary usage. Every student is expected to join and take an active part in one of these societies. tCfje ^oung ^Siomcn's (Christian iKssiOciatton The religious interests of the school are centered in the doling Women's Christian Association. This association was organized in 1909, since which time it has done very effective work in promoting high ideals among the students. Regular daily and weekly devotional meetings are held, and several different courses in Bible and mission stud}' are given, ?2very year this as.sociation sends delegates to the Scut hern Student Conferences held in Asheville. Xorth Carolina, where methods are decided upon for the prose- cution of the ensuing year's work. All students are urged to taUc an :ic(i\c part in this i)hase of the school's woi'k. Hoan iFunb In appreciation of what the Training School had done for them, and realizing the importance of such a donation the members of the first graduating class — the class of 1911 — established a Loan Fund of $ll"i.r>0. This Fund is to be IG East Carolina Teachers Trainhig School loaned to needy and deserving students, ayIio are not able to complete their work without aid. ^cacijersi' ^^cgigtrp To help county superintendents and school trustees who desire to secure good teachers and to help those students who complete the course, to secure desirable positions, the school will recommend deserving young men and women for positions. It is the purpose of the school in this matter to recom- mend only those students who have the scholarship and personality necessary to meet the demands of the given position. East Carolina Teachers Training School IT ^Requirements for ^bmigsion In order to carry out the aim of this school, the following courses of instruction have been arranged and are offered for 1911-1912: (a) A Professional or Normal Course. (b) An Academic Course. (c) One Year Course for Teachers of Rural Schools. ' |Bro(££(s!ional Coursie . The Professional Course requires the maturity and scholarship equivalent to that attained by the best gradu- ates of a four years State high School, and the course sug- gested below demands these requirements. This course is open only to those students who have had work equivalent to that offered by a four year's State high school, in all subjects except foreign languages. To enter the Professional course a student must hold a certificate from a State high school in Xorth Carolina, offer- ing a four year's course, or from a private or graded school giving equivalent preparation, or pass an examination on a course e(iuivalent to that pursued in such schools, or have comi)leted the Academic course offered in this school. tlTije ^cabemic Coursic There are many students in North Carolina who do not have access to a good high school, but who desire to become teachers. To meet the needs of such students, this school has provided a two year Academic Course, To enter this course, a student must hold a certificate showing that he has successfully completed the work of the first year of a State high school or the equivalent or pass an examination uj)on a course equivalent to that. To be admitted to either of the above courses a student must be sixteen veai-s of aire. li East Carolina Teachers Training School 0nt l^car Course for tE^eacfjcrs of Eural ^cfjools Eealizing that many teachers desire to make a more thorough stud}' of the subjects of the public school branches of Xorth Carolina, the school offers a one year's course open to those who hold a first or second grade certificate. To this course only a limited number of students will be ad- mitted, and only those who hold a first or second grade certificate from a county superintendent. Program of PrGfessional Course "C" Class, First Year Fall Term Winter Term Spring Term English 7— Literature | English 8— Literature i English 9— Literature Reading . 5 | Composition . 5 I Grammar . 5 History 7- American . 5 j History 8-American \ History 9— Special Method •Science 7-Chemistry .5 N. Carolina . 5 ; gcience 9- Personal' ' ^ Pedagogy 1-How to *Sc]ence 8— Chemistry . 5 : Hygiene Study . . 5 I Pedogogy 2— The Recita- I 10— Sanitation Music 7 2 i tion . . 5 11— Textiles . . 5 Drawing 7 . . 2 i Music 8 2 i Pedagogy 3-The Recita- ■fSpellirg j Drawmg 8 2 Music 9 2 _ fSpelling . . • ^_ • • Drawing 9 . . ■ _ji__- 3 ~24-^hrs 24-hr ^ 24-hrs '"D" Class, Second Year English 10— Litreature Composition 4 Math. 7— Arithmetic . 4 Science 12— Geography 13— Elementary Cooking . 5 Pedagogy 4— Psychology 4 Pedagogy 6— Primary Methods . 3 Music 10 2 Drawing 10 .... 2 •Spelling English 11— Literature for children of intermediate grades 4 Math. 8— Arithmetic . 4 Science— 14— Geography 15~Elem©ntai-y Cooking . 5 Pedagogy 5— Psychology 4 Pedagogy 7~Primary Methods - 3 Music 11 2 Drawing 11 .... 2 iSpelling 24-hrs English 12~CoTiiposition, Rhetoric, Grammar, for the elementary schools 4 Mathematics 9~Special Methods 4 Science 16— Agriculture 17— Home nursing - 5 Pedagogy 8— School Mana- gement 9~School Law 10— School Hygiene . 5 Music 12 2 Drawing 12 - - - - 2 22-hrs "Biology will be substituted for sci.jnce 7 and 8 during school year 1911-1912. fTo be taken if the student is found deficient. See page 21. Note— The figures following the subjects give the number of recitation periods per week. The recitations are fifty min- utes long. I East Carolina Teachers Training School 19 Program of Academic Course "A" Class, First Year Fal I Term Winter Term Spring Term Math. 1--Arithmetic - 5 j English 1— Reading- - 5 History 1--Ancient - - 5 •Science 1— Gen. Science -5 •Latin 1— Grammar - 5 Music 1------2 Drawing 1 ----- 2 | tSpelling - - - - - - i 24-hrs j Mathematics 2~Algebra 5 | Mathematics 3~Algebra 5 English 2~Literature ■ English .3— Grammar . 5 Composition - 5 History 3— Ancient . . 5 History 2— Ancient - - 5 , *Science3~Physical Geo- *Science 2— Gen. Science 5 graphy . . 5 *Latin 2~Grammar . . 5 *Latin~Grammar . . 5 Music 2 2 ; Music 3 2 Drawing 3 2 1 Drawing 3 2 tSpelling . . . ■ ■ . . 24-hrs 24-hrs "B" Class, Second Year Mathematics 4~Algebra English 4— Literature Composition Rhetoric . •History 4~Mediaeval Science 4~Biology . •Latin— Caesar Music 4 Drawing 4 . . . . tSpelling .... Mathematics 5~Geometry 5 English 5~Literature Composition Rhetoric . . 5 *History 5~Mod. Europe 5 Science— Biology ... 5 •Latin— Caesar ... 5 Music 5 2 Drawing 5 2 tSpelling 24-hrs 24-hrs Mathematics 6— Geometry 5 English 6— Literature Composition Rhetoric . . 5 •History 6— Mod. Europe 5 Science 6— Biology . . 5 •Latin— Caesar ... 5 Music 6 2 Drawing 6 2 24-hrs •Student must select one of these subjects. tTo be taken if the student is found de- ficient. See page 21. Program of One Year Course 'E ' ' Class Fall Term Winter Term Spring Term Math. 1— Arithmetic - 4 English 2— Literature Composition . 4 History 7— American . 4 Science 12— Geography . 4 Pedagogy 2— The Recita- tion ... 4 Music 10 2 Drawing 2 tSpelling Mathematics 7— Arithmetic Mathematics 9— Arithmetic Special Methods . 4 Special Methods . 4 English 9— Literature English 11-Literature for Grammar . 4 childrtn of intertnedi- History 8— American ate grades .... 4 North Carolina 4 Science 15— Elementary Science 9-Personal i Cooking . 1 Hygiene . . 3 I 16— Agricul- lO-Sanitation ] ture .3.4 13-Elementary History 9— Civics Cooking 1 . . 4 Special Methods 4 Pedagogy 3-The Recita- Pedagogy 6-Primary Meth- tion . .4 ods ... 4 Music 11 2 Pedagogy 8— School Man- Drawing 2 agement . 2 tSpelling Music 12 2 Drawing 2 24-hrs 24-hrs 26-hrs tTo be taken if student is found deficient. See pa?e 21, 20 East Carolina Teachers Training School department of Snstruction Cnglisf) The work of the English Department is intended to give the student a thorough grounding in the fundamental principles of our language, and to acquaint him with the principles of English Grannnar and Rhetoric — to develop a fondness for good literature. The work of the first and second years is intended as a basis upon wdiich the two years of professionl training sliall rest. In the Junior and Senior years the work is given with the following ends in view^ : To cultivate the love of general literature for its own sake; to give the pupil-teachers the right attitude toward English teaching; to dignify and magnify the office of English in the common schools, and to show that teachers can bring life and interest to English speaking children in the study of their' mother tongue. Spelling All students are given an examination in spelling on the first Saturday of the Fall term. Those who show by such examination the ability to spell ninety out of one hundred familar words in every day use, are excused from further work in spelling. Those Avho do not pass this examination are required to take spelling for one term, or longer if necessary. iflatijematicg "Work is offered in Arithmetic, Algebra and Plane Geometry. It is the purpose of this course to give the students a thorough masterjT^ of the principles of Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry. East Carolina Teachers Training School 21 Speed, accuracy and thoroughness are insisted upon. The power of mental confidence is inculcated by the con- stant use of checks. Special emphasis is also laid on how to teach mathematics, how to make it more attractive to the average student. The history and development of the sub- ject of Arithmetic are taken up. In short, the purpose of this course is to give a thorough grounding in the principles cf Mathematics with the view of making the teacher-pupil a more efficient instructcr in this subject. The object of this course is to acquaint the students with the leading facts of Ancient History. Mediaeval and Mod- ern European History, and to giv'e them a thorough ground- ing in the essentials of American History and the History of North Carolina. The foundation of modern civilization rests upon the civilizations of the past. The aim of this course, therefore, is to get so acquainted with Ancient and Mediaeval History that the student can approach with intelligence Modern History, both European and American. One year is offer- ed in Ancient, one year in Mediaeval and Modern European Hi.storv. Xot only the acquisition of the leading facts of History is insisted upon but such acquisition of these facts as will enable the student to become an efficient teacher of the subject. Cibicsi The c(;urse in Civics is intended to give the essential foruis of the government now found among civilized na- tions with especial euiphasis upon the government of our own nation and state. ILatin The work in Latin designs to broaden, sharpen and strengthen the intellectual faculties, and to give power to express tliought with clearness and precision. To this end 22 East Carolina Teachers Training School the aims of the course are to secure a thorough knowledge of inflections, as extensive vocabulary as possible, famil- arity Avith the rules of syntax, accuracy' in translating Ifat'iD into English and English into Latin, a knowledge of de- rivation and word formation. C?esar's Gallic War, Cicero's Orations and Letters, Ovid's Metamorphoses, and Vergirs Aeneid are read. Through- out the course attention is given to Eoman life and such other subjects as will be especially helpful in understanding and appreciating the author read. Note — If the student desires to take the entire course in Latin it will be necesary to spend an extra 3'ear in school. Science It is the one purpose of our science courses to train for intelligent living and intelligent service. This involves a thorough knowdedge of the fundamental principles of our several subjects of study, a knowledge of the facts wdiich make these principles clear, and a knowl- edge of the science facts necessary for daily life. Inasmuch as the goal of instruction is not reached until the individual has acquired the power to use the knowledge he has gained, poAver to work independently of the teacher, power to think accurately and clearly, these features are stressed and opportunity is constantly offered to apply the knowledge gained to the practical and everyday affairs of life. Our science courses lead up to, prepare for and culminate in the subjects most closely related to the lives of the people of North Carolina — (a) Geography — A study of the earth in its relations to life, its control over life and the way life responds to the various geographic factors; and the w^ay man adjusts him- self to and utilizes the factors of his environment best to meet his needs. East Carol'nia Teacheys Training School 23 (b) Elementary Biology — (1). A study of those com- monsense, valuable, and interesting things about plants and animals that are most closely related to human life. (2) A study of the human mechanism to the end that it may receive mere intelligent care and attention and result in healthier, happier and more efficient living. (c) Agriculture— To assist us in solving the problem — "Who can raise the best plant or animal?" and bring to the problem and its solution, common sense, good judgment. and a knowledge of the principles Avhich underlie efficient agriculture — the greatest and most important occupation of man — so as to dignify it and bring it up to the right- ful place it should hold not only in the minds of those who engage in this occupation. l)ut in the minds of all others. (d) Home Economics — How to impro\"e the conditions in and about our home; to discover those factors that make for a more sanitary and a more hygienic mode of living, and that influence the physical, mental, moral and a'sthetic nature of man. This involves the questions of sanitation, food and its proper preparation, home decoration and dress. Pedagogy is an essential department of a Teachei-s' Training School. The instruction in this department deals with the fundamental principles of education: the relation of the different branches of knowledge to one another and to the mind, and the method by which the human powers may be trained, and the mind stored with knowledge. It deals with the theory and the practice of teaching. The Department of Pedagogy in this school devotes some time to a study of the fundamental laws of mind that the students may utilize their knowledge of these mental activities in their own study. This iiuhules within its .scope a study of Child Develoi)nuMit and How to Teach Children to Study. 24 East t'aroJina Teachers Training School The Teaching: Process is emphasized with the aim of enabling the students to understand and make a practical application of the i)rinciples involved in good teaching and the methods emi)loyed to realize the goal in the process of education. IJriniarp iflctljobsi This cor.rse will cover the work of the first three grades and will consist of lectures, discussions and observations of work done with a class of young children. The aim of the course is to get a correct idea of the methods which have been most successful in teaching reading, language, number work, etc., in the lower grades. ^cfjool iWanagement It is the purpose of this course to discuss the various problems confronting the teacher in the organization, the conduct, and the management of the school. It proposes in addition to the treatment of methods and their skillful use, to emphasize the pi-actical and vital topics in school management in such manner that it may aid the teachers to fill that wider function of training pupils for the duties, responsibilities and obligations of life. It is made as practical as possible in order to meet the conditions and needs of the schools of to-day. Bratutns The courses in draAving are planned to give all students who wish to teach Primary and Grammar grades a practi- cal knowledge of draAving. The purp( se is to train the mind, the eye and the hand to work together — to cultivate habits of thought and ob- servation and to create an appreciation of the beautiful. The courses are adapted to the needs of the student- teacher both as a learner of the principles of draAving and as a prospectiA'e teacher of the subject. East Carolina Tear-hers Training School 25 Wixiixnq, A special course in writing is offered. The aim of the course is to give the fundamental principles which are needed in presenting this subject to public school pupils. Three courses in music are offered. public ^cfjool iHuSic The object of this course is to prepare teachers to con- duct the singing in their schools, and to instruct them in the fundamental principles of music. Public school music as presented to-day recognizes the fact that its great value lies in singing with interest and expression. The foun- dation of musical knowledge is laid through the acquisition of a repertoire of beautiful songs. Attention is given to technique and to expression; the elements of music being studied through the medium of songs. Snsftrumcntal iHusic Instrumental instruction on the piano is offered. The object of this course is thoroughly to ground the student m the fundamental principles of instrumental music. Voice Special lessons in voice are offered. Here the emphasis is laid both on the side of technique and expressional inter- pretation. XoTE. — If the student desires to take special lessons in Instrumental Music it will be necessary to s})end an extra vear in school. 26 East Carolina Teachers Training School €xpengEfi for tfjc ^ear Board in the dormitories $90.00 Laundry 14.00 For the use of text-books 5.00 Light and heat 900 Medical and Hospital fees 5-00 Dormitory fee 2.00 $125.00 ♦Literary tuition $45.00 Instrumental music 45.00 Voice 36.00 Payments will be due in advance as follows; September 26 $41.67 January 3 41.67 March 26 41.66 $125.00 *Xote. — There is no charge for tuition for those who agree lo teach for two years. To all others there will be a charge of $45.00 per year. East Carolina Teachers T raining School 27 ^tubentg Sttenbing €ast Carolina (ITeactcrs; (JTraining ^cfjool, September 13, 1910, to iRap 23, 1911 Name. ^Vddress. Alexander, Jennis Jerry, N. C. Bailey, Ethel Roper, N. C. Baker, Sallie Ahoskie, N. C. Baker, Talmage 4hoskie, N. C. Barber, Pearl Greenville, N. C. Barrow, Viola L Arba, N. C. Bass, Lutora Roanoke Rapids, N. C Bishop, Grace Wilson, N. C. Bishop, L. J Bath, N. C. Blake, Dora Chadburn, N. C. Blanchard, Edna Wilson, N. C . Blow, Alice Monterio Greenville, N. 0. Blow, Florence E Greenville N. C. Blow, Margaret Greenville. N. C. Bowling, Nannie Irene Greenville, N. C. Boyd, Judith C Middleburg, N. C. Brantley, Sudie Mae Spring Hope, N. C. Braxton, Dollie Winterville, N. C. Britt, Belle Lorraine LaGrange, N. C. Brock, Marion G New Bern, N. C. Brooks, Lottie Greenville, N. C. Brown, Ellie Greenville, N. C. Bryan, Cora U Aurora, N. C. Bryant, Ollie Stantonsburg, N. C. Buck, Lennie Ayden, N. C. Bullock, Ha Lydia Bethel, N. C. Bunting, Lillie Clorinda Bethel, N. C. Gaboon, Annie Roper, N. C. Cambell, Edna Carrie Duke, N. C. Carr, Lillian Greenville, N. C. Carraway, Pearl Snow Hill, N. C. Carroll, Annie / Greenville, N. C. Carter, Leyta R Enfield, N. C. Clurk, Mary E Greenville, N. C. Cobb, Katharine Pinetops, N. C. Cobb. Lucie Pinetops, N. C. 28 East Carolina Teachers T raining ^School Name. Address. Cole, Susie Pee Dee, N. C. Cox, Mattie V Trenton, N. C. Cox, Jeannette Winterville, N. C. Craft, Bertha Grifton, N. C. Critcher, Hilda Greenville, N. C. Dail, Minnie Best Snow Hill, N. C. Dail, Virginia Snow Hill, N. C. Daugherty, Bessie New Bern, N. C. Davis, Callie Rocky Mount, N. C. Davis, Marguerite Tarboro, N. C. Davis, Ruth Shelby, N. C. Day, Willie Greene Weldon, N. C. DeBerry, Harriet Pee Dee, N. C. Dixon, Juanita Winterville N. C. Dodd, e; D Greenville, N. C. Doub, Bessie Clayton, N. C. Dowell, Pattie Simmons Williamston, N. C. Dowell, Ruth Carthage, N. C. Ellington, Essie Greenville, N. C. Etheredge, Ida Kenly, N. C. Evans, James O Greenville, N. C. Everett, Blanche Palmyra, N. C. Everett, Ethel Palmyra, N. C. Exum, Sadie Greenville, N. C. Finch, Waylon Zebulon, N. C. Flanagan, Beulah Farmville, N. C. Fleming, Mary Louise House, N. C. Fountain, Lula Agnes Tarboro, N. C. Freeman, J. D Hubert, N. C. Freeman, Viola E Hubert, N. C. Funderburke, Minnie Monroe, N. C. Gardner, Rosa Grifton, N. C. Garrett, E. L Ahoskie, N. C. Garris, Ella Littlefield, N. C. Greene, Allie Estelle Greenville, N. C. Gurganus, Minnie N Wilson, N. C. Gutherie, Rosa Englehard, N. C. Harden, Emma Eugenia Ore Hill, N. C. East Carolina Teachers Training School 29. Xame. Address. Hardy, Annie Dare Stantonsburg, N. C. Harper, L. Alexander Greenville, N. C. Hedrick, Beulah Edenton, X. C. Herring, Lila M Burgaw, N. C. Heuser, Clare Wytheville, Va. Highsmith, Vada E Watha, X. C. Hodges, Rosa Washington, X. C Holadai, C. W Aurora, X. C. Holmes, Ethel C Creswell, X. C. Hooker, Ella Aurora, X. C. Hooker, Jennie Aurora, X. C. Hooker, Virginia Bonner Aurora, X'. C. House, Olivia Scotland Xeck, X. C. Hudson, Annie May Winston-Salem, X. C. Hunter, Bessie E Hertford, X. C. Hunter, Ethel P Chinquapin, X. C. Hunter, Bettie C Chinquapin, X. C. Hyman, Maggie Tarboro, X. C. Ives, Claude L Grifton, X. C. Jessup, Sallie Kirby Winfall, xX. C. Johnson, Mary Gotten Plymouth, X. C. Jones, Hallie M Stem. X. C. Jones, Xannie A Manteo, X. C. Jones, Robert Greenville, X. C. Jones, Virginia Dare Bethel, X. C. Joyner, Bertha Jackson, X. C. Kerr, Janie Clinton, X. C. King, Mattie Moye Greenville, X. C. Knight, Emma Orphelia Speed, X. C. Knight, Fannnie Edgar Speed, X. C. Komp, Adah Greenville, X. C. Lancaster, Blanche Battleboro, X. C. Lasslter, Marie Ahoskie, X. C. Lawrence, Donia Wood Union, X. C. Layden, Aurelia Edenton, N. C. Lewis, Victoria Morehead City, X. C. Linton. S. F Ransomville, X. C. Loftin, Floyd F Kinston, X. C. Long, J. M Mollie. X. C. Lur-qs, Mabel Plymouth, X. C. 30 East Caiollna Teachers Tralmng School Xame. Address. Manning, Carrie Parmele, N. C. Marsh, Julia Rae Bath, N. C. Mason, Nora Edenton, N. C. Mattocks, Vera Silverdale, N. C. Maxwell, Bessie Resaca, N. C. Maxwell, Jennie Resaca, N. C. Mills, Lula V Winterville, N. C. Modlin, Elsie Rocky Mount, N. C. Moore, Ella Retha Ransomville, N. C, Moore, Ruth Burgaw, N. C. Morrill, Jennie Brown Snow Hill, N. C. Murphy, Robt. Jones Snow Hill, N. C. Newbold, Margaret Hertford, N. C. Newbold, Mattie Hertford, N. C. Newby, Jennie Durant's Neck, N. C. Nixon, Kate H Winf all, N. C. Onley, Alpine E Belvidere, N. C. Outland, Ethel Rich Square, N. C. Overton, Jessie Columbia, N. C. Parker, Essie Manley, N. C. Patrick, Mana L Griffon, N. C. Peal, Perol Greenville, N. C. Pearson, Eva Bailey, N. C. Pender, Nell Greenville, N. C. Peirce, Sallie Fasion Warsaw, N. C. Perry, Ethel Kinston, N. C. Peterson, Lucie Mae Washington, N. C Pittard, Sue Bullock Clarksville, N. C. Pittman, Louie Delle Griffon, N. C. Potter, Nannie E Cash Corner. N. C. Pritchard, Lallah Swansboro, N. C. Proctor, Eula Rocky Mount, N. C. Purvis, Emma J Scotland Neck, N. C. Quinn, Lula Beulaville, N. C. Quinn, Mary Lou Seven Springs, N. C. Ragsdale, Willie E Greenville, N. C. Rasberry, Sudie Walstonburg, N. C. Rawls, Jno. L Gatesville, N. C. East Carolina Teachers Training School 31 Name. Address. Rawls, Mary Wilson, N. C. Reeks. Josephine Macon, N. C. Rice, Lalage Greenville, N. C. Riddick, Alice Hobbsville, N. C. Rives, Juliaetta Aurora, N. C. Robinson, Lizzie Littleton, N. C. Robinson, Mary H Ridgeway, N. C. Robinson, Nannie J Norlina, N. C. Robinson, Roberta Littleton, N. C. Ross, Belva A Aurora, N. C. Ross, Margaret A Bonnerton, N. C. Ross, Wilbur Aurora, N. C. Rowe, Ruth Aurora, N. C. Rowe, J. V Small, N. C. Ruffin, Mattie Hilda Battleboro, N. C. Ruffin, Ruth Farmville, N. C. Russ, Mary Kinston, N. C. Satterfield, Effie Bruce, N. C. Savage, Eula Savage, N. C. Scott, Georgia Darlington, Md. Shaw, Margaret Jonesboro, N. C. Simmons, Lois Columbia, N. C. Skinner, Myra Hertford, N. C. Smith, Ada May Falkland. N. C. Smith, Agnes M Greenville, N. C. Smith, Clyde Lucretia Grimesland, N. C. Smith, Fannie Olivia New Bern, N. C. Spivey, Ethel Rich Square, N. C. Stewart, Evelyn Manson, N. C. Stokes, Ethel Stokes, N. C. Stokes, Lillian A Stokes, N. C. Strickland, Alice Cleo Castalia, N. C. Strickland, Mary Lanie Wilson, N. C. Stroud, Helene Battle Kinston, N. C. Summerlin, Alice Mt. Olive, N. C. Sutton, Bettie Grey ...LaGrange, N. C. Sutton, Drucilla Greenville, N. C. Sykes. Sabra Columbia, N. C. Tayloe, Elizabeth Aulander, N. C. Tayloe, Mollie Trenton, N. C. Thomas, Christine Elizabeth Henderson, N. C. 32 East Carolina Teachers Training School Name. Address, Thompson, Lizzie Hallsboro, N. C. Tillery, Josephine Scotland Neck, N. C. Tucker, Lillie R Winterville, N. C. Tuten, Frances Edward, N. C. Tyson, Annie Louise Greenville, N. C. Uzzell, Pattie Wilson, N. C. Waldrop, John Herbert Hendersonville, N. C. Waller, Sarah Kinston, N. C. Ward, Bertha Bethel, N. C. Ward, Ida • • Swansboro, N. C. Watkins, Kate Blanche, N. C. Watson, Mary F Aurora , N. C. Weeks, Hattie J Scotland Neck, N. C. Weeks, Mary Scotland Neck, N. C. Whichard, Essie Sheppard Greenville, N. C. Whitehurst, Hattie Greenville, N. C. Wilcox, Emma Richmond, Va. Wilkins, Bettie Draughon, N. C. Wilkins, Maggie Draughon, N. C. Williams, Jennie C Centerville, N. C. Williams, Mamie Louise Centerville, N. C. Williamson, Minnie L Bethel, N. C. Woodard, J. P Columbia, N. C. AVood, Florence Lagrange, N. C. Woodburn, Mary Morven, N. C. Woolard, Eva Stokes, N. C. Woolard, Ella Stokes, N. C. Woolard, Olivia Pactolus, N. C. Wooten, Agnes Rae Ahoskie, N. C. Wooten, Mildred Kinston, N. C. Wootton, Helen Virginia Greenville, N. C. Wynn, Bluma Union, N. C. 1 East Carolina Teachers Training School 33 ^tubcntfif ^ttenbing Summer Cerm of Cagt Carolina ^mt\^tx^ draining ^cljool, June 6=5ulp 29, 1911 Xame. Address. Adams, Ethel Bath, N. C. Adams, Sadie C Blount's Creek, N. C. Alexander, Carrie E Elizabeth City, N. C. Alexander, Gladys Chapanoke, N. C. Alligood, Mattinaye Washington, N. C. Alphin, Fred Mount Olive, N. C. Anderson, May La Grange, N. C. Arrington, Pattie Rocky Mount, N, C. Avery, Rossie Dover, N. C. Babb, Alice L Hertford, N. C. Bachman, R. H Edenton, N. C. Banks, Mattie Eure, N. C. Baldree, Cleo ....Macclesfield, N. C. Baldree, Martha Grifton, N. C. Barber, Pearl Greenville, N. C. Barnhill, Maud .Bethel, N. C. Bartlett, Julia South Mills, N. C. Barefoot, Ola Hallsboro, N. C. Barnes, Amie Lee Rocky Mount, N. C. Barnhill, Bessie Greenville, N. C. Barrow, Bessie Reelsboro, N. C. Bateman, Eva Columbia, N. C. Bateman, Lillie Weeksville, N. C. Beddard, Mary Greenville, N. C. Bell, Annie E Tulls, N. C. Bennett, Ruth Edward, N. C. Bennett, Belva Love Edward, N. C. Blackman, Fannie P Jessup, N. C. Blow, Florence E Greenville, N. C. Boone, Katharine Jackson, N. C. Bone, Minnie Lee Nashville, N. C. Boushall, Elizabeth V Belcross, N. C. Boyd, Sue M Greenville, N. C. Boyd, Judith C Middleburg, N. C. Braddy, Alice Jessama, N. C. Bradley, Margie Rocky Mount, N. C. Britton, Mary L Seaboard, N. C. 34: East Carolina Teachers Training School Name. Addeess. Bright, Elizabeth Washington, N. C. Britt, Ida Lee Merry Hill, N. C. Britt, Lorraine Belle La Grange, N. C. Brown, Decie Rich Square, N. C. Broome, Mary Elizabeth Kinston, N. C. Broome, Nelle Kinston, N. C. Brown, Adrian E Greenville, N. C. Brown, Minnie Robersonville, N. C. Brooks, Lottie Greenville, N. C. Buck, Lennie Ayden, N. C. Bulluck, Mamie V Conetoe, N. C. Bunch, Myrtle .Edenton, N. C. Burroughs, Dorothy M Bethel, N. C. Bush, Annie Belvidere, N. C. Burney, Lizzie Ayden, N. C. Carr, Lillian Greenville, N. C. Carter, Annie L Hillsboro, N. C. Carter, Leyta Enfield, N. C. Chapman, Helen Grifton, N. C. Chapman, Lalla Winterville, N. C. Chapman, Kate V/interville, N. C. Chapman, Mamie Winterville, N. C. Clark, Jessie Lee Clarkton, N. C. Clifton, Frances Faison, N. C. Coburn, Addie B Robersonville, N. C. Conway, Lula Wrightsville, N. C. Corey, Lillie Ayden, N. C. Creel, Flora Faison, N. C. Creel, Dora Dunn, N. C. Critcher, Hilda Greenville, N. C. Critcher, Lillie Wakefield, N. C. Croom, Minnie ^t. Barnwell, N. C. Grumpier, Odessa Pantego, N. C. Council, Rena Wananish, N. C. Cox, Dora Ellen Winterville, N. C. Cox, M. Elizabeth Winterville, N. C. Cox, Huldah Winterville, N. C. Cox, Venetia Winterville, N. C. Dail, Nancy E Winterville, N. C. Dail, Minnie Best Snow Hill, N. C. Dailey, Pattie E Seven Springs, N. C. East Carolina Teachers Training School 35 Name. Address. Daniels, Clyde Wakefield, N. C. Davis, Carrie Mae Pink Hill, N. C. Davis, J. W Davis, N. C. Deans, Lela Wilson, N. C. Dixon, Josephine Grimesland, N. C. Dixon. Juanita E. . Winterville, N. C. Douglas Fannie W. Durham, N. C. Dudley, May L Greenville, N. C. Earley, Olivia Palmyra, N. C. Edwards, Addie Grace Spring Hope, N. C. Edwards, Laura Grimesland, N. C. Edwards, Love Rae Edward, N. C. Edwards, Hortense Princeton, N. C. English, Frank Mount Olive, X. C. Evans, Willietta Tyner, N. C. Everette, C. J Plymouth, X. C. Faucette, Maud Efland, X. C. Flanagan, May Belle FaVmville, X. C. Fleetwood, Pattie Edenton, X. C. Fleetwood, Katie Hertford, X. C. Fleming, Selma Hassell, X. C. Freeman, Lillie Lee Washington, X. C. Gainor, Eva Williamston, X. C. Gainor, Lillian Battleboro, X. C. Gardner, Mary E Pine Level, N. C. Gardner, Floy Beaufort, X. C. Gardner, S. E Windell, X. C. Gordon, Ruth Chatham, Va. Grady, Annie Seven Springs. X. C. Greene, Allie Estelle Greenville, X. C. Greene, Minda Wakefield. X. C. Griffin, Mary E Edenton, N. C. Griffin, Mattie S Elizabeth City, X. C. Hardison, Maud E Washington, X. C. Harper, Ella Whitakers. X. C. Harper, Eva May Ft. Barnwell, X. C. Harrell, Hattie V Ahoskie, X. C. Harris, Laura M Blounts Creek, X. C. Hart, Eva V Ayden, N. 0. 36 East Carolina Teachers Training School Name. Address. Hart, Millard F Jackson, N. C. Hearne, Edward W Greenville, N. C. Hellen, Bessie Grifton, N. C. Henderson, T. C Quebec, N. C. Herring, Delia Delway, N. C. Herring, Eugenia Dunn, N. C. Herring, Lillie Arba, N. C. Hill, Olivia C Arba, N. C. Hodges, Maud Washington, N. C. Hodges, Claire Washington, N. C. Holeman, Annie Timberlake, N. C. Hollowell, Claud Washington, N. C. "* Hollowell, Mary E Tyner, N. C. Holton, Beulah C New Bern, N. C. Hopkins, Minnie Scotland Neck, N. C. House, Nannie Stokes, N. C. House, Olivia Scotland Neck, N. C. Howell, Mattie S Hobgood, N. C. Hudson, Bertha Dunn, N. C. Hughes, Lucretia Washington, N. C. Hyman, Maggie Tarboro, N. C. Jenkins, Ida Williamston, N. C. Jenkins, Janie Williamston, N. C. Johnson, Ina H Ayden, N. C. Johnson, Mary Palmyra, N. C. Jones, Esther Mae Chocowinity, N. C. Jones. lona Elizabeth City, N. C. Jones, Lena Rivers Edward, N. C. Judkin, Bettie ..Pantego, N. C, King, Mattie Moye Greenville, N. C. Knight, Lela Essex, N. C. Kornegay, Bessie , Kenansville, N. C. Kornegay, Mignonettee Mt. Olive, N. C. Langdale, Pearl Beaufort, N. C. Langston, Eva E Winterville, N. C. Latham, Hope Edward, N. C. Latham, Lizzie Pinetown, N. C. Layden, Ira May Okisko, N. C. Leary, Minnie Elizabeth City, N. C. Leary, Pattie Ahoskie, N. C. East Carolina Teachers Training School 37 Name. Address. Lilly, Bennett Williamston, N. C. Lilly John D Williamston, N. CS. Lindsey Eliza E Raleigh, N. C. Little, Ada M Washington, N. C. Mabry, Mary E Weldon, N. C. Mann, Lillie Murfreesboro, N. C. Mann, Thiphenia Walstonburg, N. C. Matthews, Bertie S Ahoskie, N. C. Matthews, L. L Clinton, N. C. May, Ella V Greenville, N. C. Mayo, Kathleen Whitakers, N. C. Mayo, Mellie G Washington, N: C. Mewborn, Carlotta Kinston, N. C. Mewburn, Rachael Snow Hill, N. C. Midyette, Pearl Bath, N. C. Mitchell, Juliet O Wakefield, N. C. Mizell, Bettie Jamesville, N. C. Moore, Leona E Tarboro, N. C. Moore, Lillian Snow Hill, N. C. Moore, J. L Bethel, N. C. Moore, Mabel M Wades Point, N. C. Moore, Susie A Greenville, N. C. Mooring, Maud Stokes, N. C. Morton, Isabel Robersonville, N. C. Moseley, Agnes Weldon, N. C. Moye, Mary Farmville, N. C. Munn, Lillian M Ayden, N. C. Murphy, T. T Atkinson, N. C. McLawhorn, Corrinne Winterville, N. C. McLean, H. H Farmville, N. C. McWhorter, Bershie Rocky Mount, N. C. Neal, Rattle Albert, N. C. Newbold, Frances Katharine Hertford, N. C. Nicholson, Ellie Macon, N. C. Noble, Emma Deep Run, N. C. Nye. F. C Winterville, N. C. Oden, Katie Gertrude Pinetown, N. C. Olive, J. H Apex, N. C. Onley, Alpine E Belvidere, N. C. Owens, Nellie Fountain, N. C. 38 East Carolina Teachers Training School Name. Address. Page, Mary M Steadman, N. C. Paylor, Bessie Roxboro, N. C. Peede, Dollie E Neuse, N. C. Pepper, Alice Aurelian Springs, N. Perkins, Annie Greenville, N. C. Perry, Annie L Macon, N. C. Perry, Estelle Macon, N. C. Phelps, Celia D Merry Hill, N. C. Pittman, R. L Fairmont, N. C. Powell, L. C Smithfield, N. C. Powell, Mary Cremo, N. C. Proctor, Lena A Rocky Mount, N. C. Purvis, Emma Scotland Neck, N. C. Poe, Cornie L Apex, N. C. Randolph, Lucie Conetoe, N. C. Reedy, Elizabeth J Greenville, N. C. Reid, Daisy Rutherf ordton, N. C. Riggan, Bessie Littleton, N. C. Rogers, Charlotte Durham, N. C. Rowe, Ruth Aurora, N. C. Robertson, Emma Robersonville, N. C. Robertson, Maree Robersonville, N. C. Robinson, Edna Ivanhoe, N. C. Robinson, Annie S Littleton, N. C. Ross, Selma Milwaukee, N. C. Ruffin, Ruth Farmville, N. C. Salsbury, Laura Hassell, N. C. Sanders, Bessie Four Oaks, N. C. Satchwell, Frances B Washington, N. C. Satterfield, Effie Bruce, N. C. Saunders, Martha E Tyner, N. C. Sears, Annie W Ahoskie, N. C. Shavender, Rena Pantego, N. C. Shaw, Margaret Jonesboro, N. C. Sheep, S. L Jonesboro, N. C. Simpson, Bertha Catherine Lake, N. C. Skinner, Myra Hertford, N. C. Smith, Lila Farmville, N. C. Smith, Mary E Windsor, N. C. Smith Ora Princeton, N. C. Southall, Katie Nick, N. C. East Carolina Teachers Tra'tning School 39 Xame Address Spear, L. J Creswell, N. C. Spencer, Geneveive Belhaven, X. C. Spruill, Eva C Creswell, N. C. Spruill, Claud Pantego, N. C. Stilley, Minnie Washington, N. C. Stillman, Belle Creswell, N. C. Stokes, Nannie Pinetops, N. C. Strickland, Cleo Castalia, N. C. Strickland, Mary L Spring Hope, X. C. Stewart, Nannie Willow Springs, X. C. Sutton, Bettie Gray La Grange, X. C. Sutton, Drucilla Greenville, X. C. Sutton, Elvis Kinston, X. C. Swanner, Pearl Washington, X. C. Taylor, Hattie J Powellsville, X. C. Thomas, Eva Stokes, X. C. Thompson, Lizzie Hallsboro, X. C. Toler, Janary Princeton, X. C. Trevathan, Bertha Rocky Mount, X. C. Tyson, Annie Greenville, X. C. Turnage, D. L Farmville, X. C. Umstead, Myrtle W. Durham, X. C. Vann, Allie P Corapeake, X. C. Vick, Hattie Nashville, X. C. Vinson, Ursie Ahoskie, N. C. Wallace, Ed Kinston, X. C. Wallace, Lula Yeatesville, X. C. Waller, Veria Mt. Olive, X. C. Ward, Ada C Greenville, X. C. Ward, Bertha Bethel, X. C. Ward, Ira G Belvidere, X. C. Ward, Lucille Ryland, X. C. Warren, Bessie Edward, N. C. Welch, Belle Tyner, N. C. Whedbee, Nancy Hertford, N. C. Whitehurst, Hattie Greenville, X. C. Whitehurst, Mantie Bethel. X. C. Whitted, Xell Tar Heel, X. C. White, Allie C Wilmington, N. C. 40 East Carolina Teachers Traimng School Name Address White, Janie Clee ; . Powellsville, N. C. White, Pearl O Coleraine, N. C. White, Pearl E Belvidere, N. C. Whitehead, Minnie May Bethel, N. C. Wilcox, Emma Richmond, Va. Wilder, Kate, J Spring Hope, N. C. Willard, Caddie Washington, N. C. Willis, Emma Elizabeth City, N. C Wilkins, Reba E Draughon, N. C. Wilson, Carrie R Dunn, N. C. Williamson Minnie Bethel, N. C. Winfield, .»Iattie Pantego, N. C. Winslow, Eunice Belvidere, N. C. Winstead, Gussie Ransom ville, N. C. Winstead, Ida Elm City, N. C. Woolard, Effie E Yeatesville, N. C. Woolard, Fannie Robersonville, N. C. Woolard, Mattie P Washington, N. C. Wootton, Helen V Greenville, N. C. Wynn, Bluma Ahoskie, N. C. Wynn, Daisy Williamston, N. C. Wynns, Mary Powellsville, N. C.