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THE 17 8 PIRATE VOLUME ONE ELIWEW CITY STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE EUZADETUCITY NORTH CAROLINA EJ,{«- John C. CLrU « AU ,„ . WUA C.ZM. f " £ fi 3 book earboo S ff FO REWARD In offering this first volume of the " Pirate " the Staff is keenly aware of the tremendous re- sponsibility it has undertaken. We appreciate the loyalty, integrity and am- bitions of the school in our task. We sincerely hope it will reach the expectation of all who read it. Staff of the " Pirate, " John C. Clarke, Editor E. K. ' .VILLI A?. ' S Social Sciences Depprtment E. LOUISE CCCPER Coordinator of Student Teaching DEDICATION We dedicate to our sponsors, Mr. E.K. Williams and Miss E.Louise Coooer, this volume of the " Pirate " for their unwavering efforts in helping us to accomplish our task. To the faculty, students, and alumni, we pledge our loyalty to the cause for which this institu- tion stands. We shall always en- deavor to implement our motto, " To live is to learn " . ■ L f • r-f i y % - President S. D. ' .Villiams Congratulation to the Year Book Staff and members of the Class of 1948 for having conceived the idea of this annual and for having successful- ly completed the task. It marks another milestone in the history of the College and shows an excel - lent spirit of cooperation. May this venture be but the beginning of sue - cessful endeavors on the part of each one and an inspiration to others who will follow you. Members of the Senior Class, As you near your completion of the pres- cribed course of study of the Elizabeth City State Teachers College, I am happy to proffer you felici- tations. The college has used all its resources to make your four years highly profitable and thorough- ly enjoyable. You have accepted the several chal - lenges of college life and have worked diligently to improve yourselves and, therefore, the institu- tion. May you go forth pregnant with the desire to give to humanity a life characterized by an active devotion to service and scholarship. You have my every wish for success. Sincerely yours, Wendell P. Dean Jones MARVIN B. ALBRIGHT Science Department MARY E. ALSTON English Department L. M. AUSTIN Health and Physical Education Department J. BROOKS DICKENS Social Science Department JOHN T. DOLES Social Sciences Department IRENE L. DICKENS House Directress JAMES D. FISHER Health and Physical Education Department K. V. GALLOWAY Treasurer IRF M F D. JACKSON Supervisor of Student Tp " Ohinp TAYLCR S. JACKSON Education Department EVELYN A. JOHNSON Fine Arts Department 1 gsiijfe V. jv GIJN K. R. JEFFERIES Business Manncrer q FREDDIE L. JOHNSON Dietitian CLARA G. JONES Supervisor of Student Teaching TAYLOR E. JONES Registrar yi j BERTHA A. JORDAN House Directress DR. R. GRAM LLOYD Social 3olences Department AURELIUS P. LESTER Science Department GWENDOLYN J. MIDGETTE Librarian ALMA M. MCINTYRE Secretary to President EDNA C. MITCHELL English Department BESSIE S. MORGAN Fine Arts Deportment HELEN H. MULDROW Science D et)fir tment A. 1 I A. WILLIAM J. MULDROW Education Department 9 r MURIEL OSBOURNE Cataloging and Order Librarian GERTRUDE B. PRATER Social Sciences Department JAMES M. POOLE English Department JUANITA ROSS Circulation nd Reference Librarian OSSIE ' !• ' . ROYAL Dining Hall Hostess K. R. SHEPPARD College Nurse 10 .t ANNIE V. SMITH Fine Art 8 Department EDWARD SMITH Budget Officer NANNIE H. SMITH House Directress SIDNEY R. TILLINGHAST Social Sciences D epar tment RACHEL WARREN Science Department %: : JM J JAMES H. WILLIAMS £W Health Department W km 11 pernor Ji x 12 : (2Wo Officer Left to Idght Mrs. Ruth H. Frinks President Faye Newsome Corresponding Secretary Mildred Boyd Secretary Ruth Brown Treasurer Elizabeth Daugherty Assistant Secretary John Clarke Vice-President 13 M Wott •To strive, to seek, to find, but not to yield r CLASS HISTORY In nineteen hundred forty-four, 112 freshmen Joined the Elizabeth City State Teachers College Family. The war had left us only three men, but we come forth with a deter- mination to help win at home the victory for which our boys were fighting. The return of our heroes during the sophomore year add- ed greatly to 1;he school spirit, and with cooperation and zeal we continued. We can never forget the Junior year with many outstnnd- ing players representing our class on the football team. We were also featured performers in the choir, dramatic presenta- tions, and the forensic activities. Now, w e nre more th n nroud to s»y th»t our Alm« Mpter has become an " A " rpted college during our senior yepr, and in her struggle for this glory, we, the cl«ss of 1948, hpve had a definite part. 14 CLASS POEM Elizabeth C. Daugherty In thee, dear S.T.C. 48 placed it ' s humble trust, Venturing forth with an uncon- querable " must " Never shirking from our beginning Till today, the laurels we are winning. Dear Alma Mater, as we leave these Sacred Halls, And travel the wide world through Will conquer our tasks and never fall From the knowledge we gained from you. Nov; we have faith in our Alma Mater forever Her wisdom we could not fortell We have learned by earnest endeavor, aid now a fond farewell. 15 Eunice M. Alston ' Vpite Forest, N. C. Member: Thalia Soroeli Alphp Kpipoa Mu Brush and Frllette Cecile V. Bernard Suffolk, Virginia Member: Ushers Guild Horace A. Abrama Norfolk, Virginia Member: Y. M. C. A. Johnnie Bembry Kinston, N. c. Member: Dramatic? IdP F. Bell Bpyboro, N. C. Member:NPutilus Sigma Rho Sigmn Senior Art Society Fanning L. Bond Windsor, N. C. Member: Dramatics SenAor Art Society ! ► Mildred Boyd Chapel Hill, N. C. Member: Be Natural Brush pnd Ppllette Margie R. Burton Oxford, N. C. Member: Y.W. C.A, St. ppul Guild. Ruth W. Brown Wiamington, N. C. Member: Alnha Knpp " I u Nautilus, Newp Letter Brush and Ppllette Lenp P. Brown Jpmesville, N. C, Member: Y.W.C. A. Linton Burnhnm Elizabeth City, N. Member: Beta Alphn Choir, Dramptlc Varsity Club Biancnie A. Bryant Supply, IT. C. Mermoer: Y. W. C. A, St. Paul Guild 17 Pflttle L. Clack Henderson, N. C. Member: Y. " ' . C. V. " :ush -nr 1 Pnllette John c. Clarke Clayton, N. C. Member: Beta Al ha Senior Art Society Eruph And Pallette Member: Varsity Club Dorothy A. Cross Hobson, Virginia Member: Choir Senior Art Society Daugherty Elizabeth C Dover, N. C Sigma Rho Sigma St. Paul ' s Guild Senior Art Society Kelly Miller Cooler Elizabeth c lty, N. C, Member: Dramatics Athletic Club Laura L. Debro " ' Garysburg, M. C. Member: Y.W.C. A. Senior Art Society- Red Cross Mattie ' V. Davis Lumberton, IT. C. Member: Brush and Pallette Ted die M. Davis Jackson, N. C. Member: Y.W.C. A. Red Cross Senior Art Society Ruth H. Edwards Murfreesboro, N. Member: Y.w.c. A. Ushers Guild Magnolia Dickson Norfolk, Virginia Adel ice Dickson Norfolk, Virginia Emma J. oskey Creswell, N. C. Member: St. Paul ' s Guild Ruth H. Frinks Edenton, N. C. Member: Thal ia Sorosli Dramatics, Y.W.C. A. Senior Art Society Blanche M. Felton Elizabeth City, N. C. Member: Red Cross Catherine Godfrey Portsmouth, Va. Member Busy Bee Dramatics Edith V. G-ramby Hertford, N. C. Member:Y.W.C.A. Senior Art Society Lucille V. Gilliam Windsor, N. C. Member: Y. W. C. A. Senior Art Society ' 20 Athena Harris Rocky Mount, N. u . Member: Dramatics Senior Art s ociety f Louise Hlnton Gsstonlp, N. C. Marion B. Harper Portsmouth, Va, Member: Thalia Sorosis Senior Art Society Brush and Pallette Edna S. Hurdle Portsmouth, Va. Member: Senior Art Society Dramatics Red ' Croes Josephine Hunter Merrit, N. C. Marilyn T. Hosklni Shelby, N. C Member: Busy ' Bee Ushers Guild 21 Inez E. Johnson Enfield, N. C. Member: Y, W C St. Paul ' s Guild Josephine Johnson Cans, North Carolina Member: Sigma Delta Cme?- ' Y. W. C. A. Queen E. Ivey Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Member: Nautilus Dramatic 8 St. Paul Helen Kearney War rent on, N. C. Member: Nautilus Ushers Guild Senior Art Society Y. W. C. A. umJ II Susie Jordan Tint on, N. (I, Hazel Jones Maribel, N. C. Member: Busy Bee 22 Robert F. Le ' is Elizabeth City, N. MembertNnutilus Sigma Rho Sigms Choir, Dramatics Senior Art Society Virginia L. M nley Harrellsville, N. C. Member: Y. W. C. A. Dramatics i Aim L. Knight Greenville, N. C. Member: Choir Sigmp Deltfl Cmee-s Ernestine Moore Burgp ' S N t C. F ember: Drnmntlcs Senior Art Society Do! lie M. Moore Blount s Creek, N. C. Member: Ushers Guild Sarah Marshburn New Bern, N. C. Member: Senior Art Society 23 Ruth McPherson Elizabeth City, N, C. Geneva S. Nixon Elisabeth City, N. C, Gladys? Morrlsey Clinton, «. C T. Faye Ne sone Ahoskie, N. C. Member: Dramatics Sigma Rho Sigma Sigma Delta Omega 24 Muriel G. Newkirk Wilmington N. C. Member: Senior Art Society, Be Natural Cheering Squad Doris Pegr m Petersburg, Va. MemtertThalia Sorosls Virgin 1p Perrv Elizabeth City, N. C. ft Edith 0. Ppwell Sunbury, N. C Member: N a utilus St. Paul ' s uild Ella E. Perry Hsrrellsvllle, N, Member: Y.W.C. A. NputilU8 Busy Bee Mary L. Radclirr Marven, N. C. Member: Senior Art Sociexy, Brush and Pallette H Hattie 0. Pri«ott H arrellsvllle, N. C, Member: Dramatics Wllhelmlnn Phillips Moyock, N. C. Member: Ushers Guild Senior Art Society Barbara A. Ratchford Gastonla, N. C Member: y w C A St. Paul ' g Guild ' Dramatic °lub Ellzpbeth Ransom Gpryeburg, N. C. Member: Alpha Kappa Mu Be Natural 0% Wllhelmenln Shoreless Chinquapin, N. C ' . MemberJThfllla Sorosls Ushers Guild Sunday School Staff - Therethn Shsrpless Maple Hill, N. C. Member:Y.W.C.A. Rachel E. Riddick NorfolK, Virginia Member; Be Natural PI Ernestine Simmons Currituck, N. C. I I Eunice W. Thomas Suffolk, Virginia Member: Ushers Guild Choir, Nautilus Senior Art Society Arlethis Strayhorn Trenton, N. C. Member: Choir Senior Art Society Geraldine Tooks New York, New York Member: Thalia Sorosi Slgmn Rho Sigma Senior Art Society Wllbert Todd Goldsboro, N, C. Member: Varsity Club Senior Art 8ociety 27 Ernestine J. Taylor Wh.ileyville, Virginia Member: Be Nnturrl Senior Art Society Ushers Guild Margaret L. T r otter Portsmouth, V a . Member: Sigma Rho 3 lgm« Thalia Sorosls, Choir Senior Art Society Dramatics Vernedo Singlet pry Kenly, N. C. MemberrY.W, C.A. Busy Bee Senior Art Society Clarice Smith Hertford, N. C. Member: Y.W.C.A. Brush ?nd Pallette Spdie Singletary Kenly, N. C. Member: Busy Bee Senior Art Society Y.W.C.A. Dorothy Smith Maple Hill, N. C. Ellen F. Stevenson Portsmouth, Va. Member: Nautilus Ushers Guild Senior Art Society Cora Mpe Smith Roxboro, N. C. Member:Y.W.C.A. Senior Art Society 28 Mabel C. Whitfield Willi-mston, N. C. Member: Dramatics Y. W. C. A. Eunice Williamson Y nceyvllle, N. C. Bettle Sue Tyler Woodland, N. C. Member: Nautilus Kathryn Ward Kinston, N. G, Member: Y. W. C. A. St. Paul ' s Ouild Evelyn B. Walton Windsor, N. C. Ebbie R. Wilder Trenton, N. C St. Paul ' s Quild Beatrice Willie Suffolk, Virginia Member: N nU tilue Dramatics, Choir Senior Art Society | Dollie Lenorp Willie Suffolk, Virglnin Member: Choir Nautilus, Ushers Guild. Senior Art Society Mattie R. Wilson Princess Anne, Va, Member: Busy Bee ThPlia Sorosls M) ■ r Addle Hall James Geneva Ueter Plymouth, N. C. Elizabeth City, N. C. Julia S. Walden East Orange, N, J, .-i k M ry Strnyhorn Enmltt MaxtocKe Pollocksvllie, N. C Jacksonville, N. C. 31 JPERLALIV S Most Brilliant Eunice vision Most Glamorous Ernestine Taylor Most Modest «Vilhelmina Phillips Wittiest Mildred Boyd Friendliest Ruth Edwards Most Suave Josephine Johnson Most Indifferent Athena Karris Most Nonchalant Geneva Nixon Most Popular Margaret Trotter Most Versatile Sarah Marshburn(girl) -JVilbert 1 odd (boy) Most Childish Doris Pegram Best Dancer Eunice Thomas (girl) -Robert Lswis(boy) Greatest Rabble James Jeffreys Most Interesting Helen Kearney Most Naive Audrey Shields Best Dressed Edith ?o;.ell(girl)-John Clarke (-boy) Most Business like Ruth Rr inks Most Musical Mattie Davis Most Efficient Geraldine ' i ooks Most Likely to succeed Dollie ..illie Cutest Wilhelmina joyd Most Studious Kelley Cooper (boy) -Ruth Brown(girl) Most Talkative Pattie Clack(girl)- John Clark(boy) Most Silent " ueen Ivey (girl) -Robert Lewis(boy) 32 " Miss S. T. C. for 1948 " Miss Muriel G. Newkirk College Day- Business Office Left to right: Miss Ruth Brown Mr. Percy Daniels Miss Josephine Johnson ! i W M ' I- College Day President Ruth Frinks 33 Junior Class : ©Jp 34 Sophomore CIpsp Freshman Class 35 Freshmon CIpsp New? Letter Staff 36 I IF . Slgms Rho Sigmfl Alpha Kappa m Honor Society Brush find Pallette Dramatic Club 38 College Choir 39 Be Natural iiiiiiiiiiiin Senior Art Society 40 Sunday School Staff ili If ] 5 j T " ' " ' ■ : " ' ' ' :i - Busy Bee , Ushers Guild 42 Young Men ' s Christian Association Young Women ' s Christian Association 43 Q 5 IJ S 1 Thalia Sorosis m 4A Imperial Nautilus 44 m SlRmp DeltP Cmegp jM ♦ J " HM rJfc Beta Alpha Club 45 F y y tr. Iftl 49 50 i X - 1 n : THE FIGHTING PIRATES The 1947 edition of the Pirates was not a " Star " laden team but a developing and growing football machine from the last re- serve to the number one key man. No one gave the dominant sophomore team an outside chance after the two opening defeats. Beginning with conference competition, the Pirates hit their stride and never relinquished the pace until the season was finished and the prize Eastern Intercollegiate Athletic Confer- ence championship was among their " loot " . In chalking up five wins and two defeats the past season, the champions compare favorably with the 1938 " Iron Dukes " rated by many as the greatest in the school ' s history of football. In watching our gridors perform Saturday after Saturday, progress and development were evident. It was with pride we watched them gain confidence, the will to win, and accept nothing short of victory in all of the bitterly contested games. There were many magnificent things about this year ' s team. They played like champs when the odds were against them. When key offensive and defensive men were injured, reserves had to be pulled up to take over the job of regulars. None of this dampen the fire in the hearts and minds of the men in the blue and white, THE FIGHTING PIRATES. 51 @Aeen eacU QP c j» JL ' Coach Williams C ptrin S " ain 52 Coach Fisher BEATRICE HARDY ' Miss Homecoming " Queen Ivey Madge Paige Bettye Wynn ATTENDANTS 53 °W S °W§o v- V 5 54 SENIORS OF 1947-48 We, the members of the vast Elizabeth City State Teachers College Alumni Afroclatlon, are happy to h°ve this opportunity to express our sincere and heart-felt greeting? to you. We fully realize the hardships, the labors, the problems,, the sorrows and the Joys that have been yours to experience since you entered the college as freshmen. Without these varied experiences you could hardly be prepared to take upon your shoulders the responsibilities of a graduate of the Elizabeth City State Teachers College. We are happy to congratulate you as seniors and candidates for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Education. We are hanpy to greet you as members of the Alumni of Elizabeth City State Teachers College. This is wishing you continued success in your efforts. Yours truly, Fred P. Shi elds, Pres. of Alumni Association 55 PATRON LIST ELIZABETH CITY NORTH CAROLINA ELIZABETH CITY STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE MISS ALMA M. McINTYRE MISS ANNIE V. SMITH MR. ARELIUS P. LESTER MRS. BERTH , JOFDAN MRS. BESSIE S. MORGAN MR. BROOKS J. DICKENS MRS. CLARA G. JONES MRS. EDNA C. MITCHELL MR. EDWARD N. SMITH MR. ELSON K. WILLIAMS MISS E. LOUISE COOPER MISS EVELYN A. JOHNSON MISS FREDDIE L. JOHNSON MRS. GWENDOLYN MIDGETTE MISS GERTRUDE B. PRATER MRS. IRENE L. DICKENS MR. JAMES D. FISHER MR. JAMES H. WILLIAMS MR, MR. MR. MR. MR. WILLIAM J.MULDROW MR. JAMES M. POOLE REV. JOHN T. DOLES MISS JUANITA M. ROSS MISS KATE E. SHEPPARD MR. KENNETH R. JEFFERIES MISS K. VIRGINIA GALLOWAY MISS L.M.AUSTIN MR. MARVIN D. ALBRIGHT MISS MARY E. ALSTON MRS. NANNIE H. SMITH MRS. OSS IE M. ROYAL DR. R. GRANN LLOYD MISS RACHEL H. WARREN MR. SIDNEY D. WILLIAMS SIDNEY R. TILLINGHAST TAYLOR E. JONES TAYLOR S. JACKSON ' WENDELL P. JONES P. W. MOORE HIGH SCHOOL MRS. A.T. CARDWELL MR. L.M. HAYES MR. C.W.HILL MRS. M.B.WILLIAMS MR. J.J.MITCHELL MRS. M.H. McCLEASE MR. E.A.ANDERSON MR. W.H. JONES MR. J.S.FELTON A FRIEND MRS. E, , A, . ANDERSON MRS. L. E. SUGGS PATRON LIST OUT OF TOM MRS. ANNA L. BURTON OXFORD, N.C. MISS BETTIE E. CHEEK DURHAM, N.C. MRS. CARRIE E. CLACK HENDERSON , N . C . MRS. EFFIE II. RIVERS ENGLE VOOD,N.J. MRS. ESTELLE JENKINS HAVERSTREW, N.Y. MRS. FRANK HAMILTON BRONX, N.Y. MRS. GLEN LAURANCE MURFREESBORO , ' N . C . MRS. JOHNNIE EDWARDS BALTIMORE, Md. MR. JOSEPH TYNER MURFREESBORO. N.C. MRS. LILLIE EVRETTE MURFREESBORO, N.C. MRS. MATTIE L. JOHNSON WINSTON-SALEM, N.C, MRS. RICHARD G. KEARNEY WARRENTON, N.C. MISS WESLEY E. SHEARIN HACKENSACK, N.J. MR. WILLIE BLYTHE MURFREESBORO, N.C. MRS. 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Special attention given during the first two years to General Education Graduates hold positions of responsibility in some of the leading school systems of this and adjoining states. Special training given in music, athletics, dramatics etc. as a part of the educational program. Faculty exceptionally well trained for the teacher-training program Plant modern in every detail. The campus contains 121 acres and 14 buildings. Building program now being placed into operation Operates on the quarter system. Students may enter at the beginning of any quarter. Two summer sessions of six weeks each Rates reasonable For catalog and application blank write The Registrar 62


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