Elizabeth City State University - Viking Yearbook (Elizabeth City, NC)

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llMTUUi) (UlduU 4fz ' f? VIVIAN SPENCE PERRIMON 2930 EDNA LANE DECATUR, GEORGIA 30032 GIFT TO THE EUZ SETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES FROM NRS. VSV1 W SPENCE PERRIMON OCTOBER 30, 1986 I 948 49 ECSU YEARBOOK VIVIAN SPENCE PERRIMON 2930 EDNA LANE DECATUR. GEORGIA 30032 .xmBMmBUMKii. Laim;;,: -,;; " ' , ;-,, ' The Senior Class of 1949 dedicates this volume of the " irate " to, Mr. James H. Williams, for his untiring efforts to ir.ake our college one that stands among the champion collee ' is in football. He started our football team fron a small flace, ' .vhich had al- most besn smothered oat by the drastic war. Nov; the tea:u is progressing rabidly. Not only do we feel that Cof.ch Williams has done an excellent job as coach but likewise he has been an excellent instructor in the Physical Education classes. He has been loyal to the institution. ™mwmw niirilwm »r trTi v. ■■-. - . .. .,;iVl7 TT Any co iccessfull; : •- 1 - J rthy of praise, tlay I therefore congratulate thi 1949 for their splendid efforts in getting out this issue of the College Annual. As you leave these rails, may the experiences which you have air,ed in promotin g this enterprise become a stimu- lant for your efforts in promoting the growth ana welfare of the communities where you labor and live. Happy memories of your four years in col you as the years come and go. The happy anu che i i ies. Presic nt S. I . ■ i; .■jsm-rtmntmmitilHm . p. e.i Seienct ' .Ve, the seniors of the class of ld49, wish that it were possible to express ir to our spon- sors, :.:iss Long, :rs. Jackson le for the in- spiration they gave is during our last year ir. the institution. e ; ere- ever we go their a " ies. .■■■jvtmmiimiimiitm-ttm..- .. Jacks in, T Dean Jeffi ■ ir Galloway, K. V. Budfj-t Officer Treasure] . Smith, Slatr m . ...-.,...-.... v.,;, . J „■ ....... , , . :J .. f J 1 Osoo;: idolyn J. ui bi .. K y butler, Elliott, E. b. Scie I , Ella J. Physical Education . . - . . mNmtmMW- fa ; f. Johnson, I . . L. Dietitian ' .Vamacic, Timothy Social Science I i i fillings, S. A. .rt Prather, L. Social Studies Smith, A. V. Home Ec Wilson, S. R. ...—■ i , .„ , . ■ ,.. . .,. ::. ■ ..■.■-■■.-■■■.v.t Senior Class Officers Vice- President ssistant Secret; ry - p re£ Alexander Davis, Gastonia, S. C. Beta Al.ha, Y.M.C.A., Senior Art Society, Dranatics Vice-Pres ' - a " " T ville, Varsity, Y.K.C.A., Imperial Nautilus S p C Addie rd , Belhaven, " . C. ' Thaiia ' sorosis, Y. W.C.A., Senior Art Society Asst. Sec Sarah Edwards, nancock, va. Nautilus, Y.W.C.A., Senior Art Society Treas ... . ' Dorothy Valentin E isy Bee, Y. " . C. A. Suffolk, Vs. Baker, Sarah Sunbury, N. C. Busy Eee; Y.W.C.A. ; Senior £rt Society J. , V . Cheerinr Squad Bennett., Ames !■ ' . Edenton, . C. j Y.W.C.i Renic r , ' r + S sciety Berry, Hazel Sue V ' ind sor, N. C. ; Choir . ' .A.; Senior Art Society Greenville. i . c. ymwwn ..wmmwm,v. , Britt, Rebecca K. Suffolk, Va. Senior Art Society; Ushers Guild °ssie C. , Va. Bunch, Lucy A. Vindsor, N.C. Y. " .C. Busy Bee; tenior Art Society 3urress , Alice Eder.ton, N.C. ; Y.W.C Busy Bee; Senior Art Society Carrol], Bernadirw infield, N.C; Be . Senior Art Society Cooper ' , Edward P. Elizabeth City, N.C. Beta Alpha; Vasity Club Jostoa, Majorie A. Edentoi , enior li , King David Lcs; I: eria " ' if-s, :at erine Lnt , H . C . . . ' . . H a T-rT:,, - ■■ , ' 7 LX uJ B. L . . . , Y . : . ... : i v . - - - l O 41 U s , I. . . .C. . ; I I mamr, ' mmumam mm tnwrnrnwiw . i nnn mm mM jz fcgyUL XJu£ ut Vii •.. ' , N. : Art Suffolk, y-j.. .... ' . N . -. I . . ■ . ... . . ... .. " . AO€ za atta , N. C. Choir; . :. . o . . Y , .. . Y. " . :. .. Busy B Art - . , . 2. ; . Senior . iaJU Uj 8 bawson, ci Va: . ting, Inez Ahostcie, N. C. A.K.M. ; Be Natural - . ' . . . s Vb i,. Va. Moore, " " " shington, NC. A. K. Tha li Eorosib; Sigi a P? T " Lillington, N.Q. Senior Ply uth, II. C. Art Society; Y.W.C.A. =rine V. ■ ' ■ , N.C. Busy cietv Loulsburg, N.C. Dramatics; Y. Mews letter ! taf] K Out] , : ary G. " . ' indsor, II. C. Choir Senior Art Society n, Jose, nine Belvidere, " . C. Payton, Marion B. Grires]and, ' . ' .C. Senior Art Society .eele, O ' neel A. ' .Villianston, M.C. Thalia Sorosis; Y.W.C.A. Senior Art bociety iTice, " ..anice G. rk, . Y. Senior Art Society Quarrel!, Bet Bedford, ' ,C. v . ' " . C. ' • . ; Senior Art I ociety A.j Senior Art Society . la , " . shers rt Soci( i t Society; Dramatics Painter, Va. Senior ' ■■ Bsott, Celestine A. Ahoskie, N. C. ; £-znl or Art - t.x a iv, m to m r$r ZWi PA Senior Art E . , N . C . ' ■.... I . o. . . C. e Inez ; -? , N . C . . . 2. .... . Vinson, L ura Norfolk, Va. S.A.S. Thalia Sorosis.; Cenior Y. ' " . C. 4. Art ocie -y " ; shinet n, ■Vlnslo Belvidere, ' , ,MTJM WW miM TM CLASS HISTORY. In September 1945, the class of 1949 entered the Elizabeth Citv State Teachers College. This year found the class getting off to a good start with one hundred and sixty members. Under the skillful leadership of its officers and instructors the class s. onsored an outstanding " talent " program. Another Se teiaber found those among the class, who had diligently adjusted themselves, returning as Sophomores. This was the year in which the class activities were at a minimum due to the intensive study , rogram. The scholarship of the class began to move upward. We are j.roud to say that durxng this year we had members of the class engaged in many activities of the campus. We aided in sponsoring our first Homecoming Day. The class returned and assumed an air of dignity for this was the Junior Year. The members of the Junior Class aided our football team in becoming the 1946 E I A C Changs. The Junior-Senior rom sponsored by the class was the elaborate affair of the year for the campus. Seniors: The class returned in 1948 with a smaller enrollment finding themselves holding a prominent position in the institution. The Senior Art Society s r onsored a Variety Show " that traveled. The class of 1949 walks through the gates of S. T. C. turning around for one last look. Thus ending one i-hase of the life of the class of 1949. A new, startling and exciting world challenges it. Will the class meet the challenge? mmmmmitwm-: . CLASS . ' OEM Alice K. Burress We had four years of college days, Four years to learn and live. We found you true in all your ways, Long may you gladly give. You taught us ne ' er to know of fear, You ' re sheltered us from harm To us you ' re been a mother, dear. We ' re rested on your arm. Though sometimes we were tired and weary, We struggled day and night, And even when things looked very dreary " You gave us joy and light. Old S. T. C. we ' re on our way; We leave with blinding tears; The knowledge gained from day to day Will lead us through the years. We leave thee now, Old S. T. C. With thanks for all you ' ye dpne; We ' ll offer praise where ' re we be Until life victory ' s won. CLASS SONG Mary E. Hines We bid farewell to you old state; Sadly we say, goodbye. To friends and foes and schoolmates We leave you with a sigh. Chorus Farewell to you dear S. T. C. Farewell to thee, old " State " . These words seem very hard to say On this commencement day. You taught us much within your walls, Things we can ne ' er forget; We ' ll answer to your every call, For to you we are in debt. Tis hard to say, goodbye to you, And sadder to depart. Our love and loyalty are true For you within our hearts. . jrnMijffimm nmtmismE-fi SUPERLATIVES Most Studious Inez Manning (girl.) Alexander Davis Jr. (boy) Most Likely to Succeed Vivian Spence (girl) James Walker (boy) Most Popular Mildred Stephenson (girl) Edward hooper (boy) Best Dressed Eliza Johnson (girl) Elbert Hopkins (boy) Most Business Like Addie Howard (girl) K. D. Crandol (boy) Most Dignified Annie Wynn Most Childish . " Sarah Edwards Funniest Mary F. Hassel Most Comical Agnes Alston Best Personality Fannie Armstrong Best Dancers uby Bates (girl) Johnny Jones (boy) Wittiest Marie a r itt (girl) Wiley Neal (boy) Most Clamorous Rosa Edwards Most Talkative Pearlie " illia Most Modest Laura Vinson Most Sincere Rena Lewis Most Musical Evelyn Johnson Most Suave Geneva McNair CLASS MOTTO " We have crossed the bay, the ocean lies before us. " CLASS COLOR Baby Pink and Pea Green CLASS FLOWER Pink Carnation nt - - : t enry Secretary ent . Vice . resj Secretary vtwvm ' nwmwM rsn mwfFm; . iVrwflirifftTffnvhVi tifiWnT, ■ t Vice r r e r . . . . . . . . B — — iL H Vice-£ res - Sec. .■jjsssmmmHEML,: :-. Kews Letter Staff Editor in Chief Viley Neal Sports Editor John Jackson Associate Editors aul iTuden Exchange Editors Edith l. ' ildren fte.henson Georee, Evelyn Hodge . ' res. Vice- Trea; .Velma ' .Anesia Joyner .Clarice T :i h Willie i ' oole ec. . . .Lealer i ' eele Pres Inez la Treas Vivian Spenoe Sec ftoOerta Moore Sponsor Lean Jac Pres Vice-Pi ss. Sec BUSY b i .iiliza J .Sarah Bi - - . ,ii:i lie Gardnej B jwser . B . » . Pres Alex . ... ■ b vi ■ Wj uia ; b. Jo.ies Sec a 1 ue r t .1 Asst. Sec her. Ti Eiosc rlexos : -a i oert na S t.-At-Ai as Jesse F. Clay a 1 Lia.nentarian Sterliit; ?erry r " res Sec Asst. iec. [ CUJa .William d. t .-vli lured Stephenson .Mildred Vice-Pres -iarian Neely Treas uiaaie idartin Sponsor Samuel A. Milli.-igs TKALIA ; " iROSIS " duie Howard Asst. Sec Leioa Turner Marjorie Boston Treas Eva d. " iddick Laura v inson : R. K. Warren Pres Vice-Pres. Sec I BE NATURAL Pres v lvjan t penc« Asst. Si Vice-Pres Elizabeth LittlejohnTreas. . Sec Pecola Bowser 2 .Evelyn Hoage .Inez .iaanlng ,E. K. Johnson i ■ TAFF Supt Ja;r,es 5. Walker Ass. Su.t fary Bowden Sec Constance Bailey Asb. Sec ontrose Jenkins " ' r :as Lucille tinston SIGKA RHO I res Mattie Baker Vice-.res Roberta re Sec Emma Gaskins Ass. Sec Naomi ' osrss Treas LloyS Sykes Pres. Sec. .v i .Williaa Tl r m y. ■ Pres Geneva McM 3 1 r Vice-Pres Velma WalJ Sec Hazel Berry Asst. Sec Lucy bunch Treas Corresponding Sec. r . Sar;.h daker .Aaaie Howarc .R. H. T.arret ' rss Vice-?res. Sec SI0..1. ' , . .Ssthei . Asst. Sec. . Rosa B .... . I - wden ■ ■ ■ ■ Pres VIce-Pres, Sec Asst. Sec. I l Cost n -»recn -r-t ' iaoi .J. H. •■ ' .. -, «W WWW W . il. life , JWWII«JiJWII . . . j!W MmmMiI - £ £ ' m ' Xf III S ' rm. . . TTnSTfrm,-, n rt .V. ,V, ,, r. •■,-■ r,? n , r - -- - , , JL.- x ; ,- .. -.- V : :.. -,,■,. , , • .• .w Hail to the hite, - ie; hai] to the Fighting Pirctes, The irates got off to by sing their first fare to a C. I. A. team. Did they give u r . :inp back to eh Li a five confe mce wins, one tie and no defe ts; wi " y f ■ ' ' the consective ear wit t e 5 I ; C Championship. Lghting Pirates of ls)46 were not a i , t tea , but t teai c posed of fellows willing to . C ege try " and not to yield, tut to do or die. Because of inj iries to ke; . i yers, the ir t to turn down a bowl bir; to appear in Texas on Mew Year ' s Day. Ly Missed from the starting Line a, next year will be five sen. i who sang their " swan song " loud and clear. They are ercy " Lundy " Daniel! by Mr. Grrves " i " ; " hip Jir. " Walker, the owerhoase of " 46 " ; Edward " Eatmore " Cooper; Al] E I ,- C Guard " 47 " ; and " Duck " Jones; Elbert " op " Li I ej ie , the three Ir m Dukes. Kail to tne White, hai: LI on, sai on, Fighting irates. . .... ... . ■.. i .. ,■-. ■ ' ft-.ifrt.a i, ■ . . :.. . . ,-.. r Symcra Hal( Builer H a ) Pro spec ti v e Gyirina siom % Colleqe L i bra ry I mm Coil eqe Da y ■wwwm w rf ' , m6 «c rikt: t ,- ' v, :v pr x m WISE COOKS KNOW GAS HAS GOT IT. FOR COOKING, FOR REFRIGERATION, FOR WATER HEATING We install Bottled or Citt| Gas within a Radius of -tuuerrtu Five miles cvf Elizabeth Citq. Elizabeth Suburban Gas Co. 1 04 N.MARTIN ST. p none 271 We Congratulate Each Member in The Class of ' 41 Ond Besf of Luck Throuqh Life CADER HARRIS SON For Prom ptness, and exper-fc service jial, lO for RoberSOn Cab " The Cab f ha+ everyone prefer " Compliments of Davenport ' Motors Ljour Lincoln- Mercurg Dealer 513 Ehhnqhaus ST. El izabeth Ci+q Phone-1740 MC. Complimen-ts . Bauar and Sons Briqht Jeuielrij Co. Barr Bros -Leu)is Seliq Elizabeth Li H{ 7 Jewelers Association UnderuJood Tqpeuuri+er Sale Aqencq Stationery- Off ice Supplies JoU J.buerco-Oujner. Mqr. 4I4 E. Colonial Ave PhoneSII ElizfllettiCitq ,NI.C. Guaran4q Bank -f TirUSf Co- Elizabeth Citq.N.C. Caprtal+Surplus l,150,000 MemWof F.D.I.C. Es+akhM-HOI TmeTested Servinq the Best For nearly forti L|ears The Dai 1 4 Advance L|our Doiltf newspaper uuith complete news of t he -Albemarle -State nation and the buorld member associated Press and Its Bureau of Circulation nterests of the Albemarle Radio Station W.G.A.l. J 60 on Ljour dial uour neujs- music and Sporfe Station Associated Press news bluaios Kramer OVERMAN I STEVENSON Prescription Druqqists Phone 3-2 -i 3Reqistered Pharmacists on Dufu 518 East Main St. ELizabe th C tif , M. C. Gee bam first Suits- Shirts- Hats At the Riqht Prices 418 E Colonial Ave. RUOER4SHEELY ELIZABETH CITY ' S BEST STORE THE FIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK The on Iq National Bank in the Albemarle Member FDIC Est. 1831 THE APOTHERARYSHOP PHONE 100 REXALL DRUGSTORE IE. SPARKS OWNER " WE DELIVER " ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. CULPEPPER HARDWARE COMPANY INC. 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