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

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1972 Staff Editur-in-Chief: Herman M . Gin- Design Editor: Ludford R Elheridge Editorial Assisianl.s: Gloria Davis Bryant. Brenda C. Clark. Debra S Creecy. LeanderJ Harrison. Donald E. Liverman. Wilhemeina Jones, George P Pidlev. Robert E H urd Tninemoridifl Dr. KdMilinc M . Iul iiirils m i: ' . Mr Daniel M. O ' Oiiiiiliviiii M - sHBESb mm ' t. Jm WMT .- ' K -4 -:r« ■ ' --iir , i f ' i J Miys Mtiinic llcih-ll Enjoying the Good Life Just Taking It Easy Women ' s Government Talent Show Mr Alherl Rohiiisuii Program A niunincer Mrs. Marian Mill hell and son. Lanza Alma Jenkins Mrs. Clementine Bund Mrs Betlye McCullough. Mrs. Kae Williams and Mrs. Elizahelh Davis Phillip Ellioll. Percy Brvani. William Brown and Weldon F.gc On to Raleigh to Save Our Schools Homecoming Mr. Willie B. Spence. General Alumni Associaiion Presidenl. crowns Mrs. Elhel Sulton. Alumni Queen. President Thorpe presents bouquet to Miss Carrie Graham, Homecoming Queen Student Government Association Salty Jacobs Correspoiidiiig Secretary Darryl Morris Sludenl Goveriiiiwn: Presideiu Bloiidcll fcKiiiglu. Treasurer aiul Linda Pcnderi;ra s. Kecurdiiii; Secretary Women ' s Government Association Belly Howard Women ' s Governmenl Presuh ' iil Men ' s Government Association Ronald Harrison Men ' s Governmenl President 11 Alpha Kappa Mu I e t e s Kappa Delta Pi ' t ' k ' - i Sigma Rho Sigma 12 Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Alpha Phi Gamma Fraternity 13 Student North Carolina Association of Educators Pre-Alumni Association 14 United Christian Religious Fellowship Religious Emphasis Week Panel Discussion on Drug Abuse nisi- ' y M " f U.C.R.F. Choir English Majors Phi Beta Lambda Club Social Science Club Math and Science C lub Elementary Education Majors Club Industrial Arts Club Thalia Sorosis Club Veterans Club 18 Janice C. Adams Gregory S. Allen Roosevelt S. Armstrong Emma L. Askew Betty R. Banks James A . Barnes, Jr. Vernetta W. Barnes William H. Barnes 20 Randy B. Bell BrendaJ. Black well Gemalne B. Bowe Delton D. Bovd Jacqueline Bond Johnny E. Bond Siyron C. Bond Josephine Boone 21 Lee H. Burton Jorice A . Campbell Leonard Carntichael Cheryl .V. Chavis Jean C. Boyd John R. Bryant Brenda C. Clark Theresa L. Clark 22 23 24 25 Olive L. Harvey Roger A. Haihaway 26 Carol A. Hawkins Jacqueline E. Ha sklns Patricia A. He well Shervl I ' . Hicks Charles L. Hopkins Belly L. Howard Shirley G. Isler Carol vn J . Johnson 27 28 Phyllis A. King Waller R. Lanih.Jr. Lutricia A. Lynch Bertha L. Marriner Marguerite C. Langjord Roosevelt Leak, Jr. James A. Leary Joseph E. Lee 29 30 31 Eugene Redciick Paulelier H. Reid 33 34 35 36 Gerald I ' . Wilder Otis Williams. Jr. Beverlv H. IVvnn Ruth C Williams LaRiith Williamson Waller R. Winhorne Willie M . Woodard 37 ' hT? ±LL J Angela A hholl Larry Alston Mean Anderlon Rochesler Baker Sandra Baker Roger Bailie Margarelle Birth Jewel Britt Thelnia Brooks Ha rlee Brown Joxceline Brown Joseph Bryant H allfr Carler Shi ' lia Chamberlain Oilell Cleveland Sharon Conih Elaine Costen Margarel Davenport Barleiider Delnalch Dennis Deloalch Joyce Dillahiini Lillie Everett Lin wood Freeman Janice Gallowav Patricia Gantt Darnella Gaskins Eley Galling Herman Gav Millie Gilchrist Pauline Goza Brenda Greene . apoleon GriJJin Ernest Hall Robert Hardy Michael Harrison Armelia Herndon LL 39 I.indci llilliaril Luis lliiii ' s Palresia Hiillei Di ri lh Howvril O Julia fliinier Sally Jacobs Leonard Jarvis Alicia Jenkins Linda Jenkins Deluris Jones Linwood Jones A lean Jordan Patricia A enip Georgia Lanier Beverly Lawson H ' illoree Lawson Donald Livernian Lendo Melvin Rosa Monroe Claudia Morris m Jenneii Morris Shirley Morris ( assie Moseley Jtianila McCalfuy Hlondell Mcknight 40 Carolyn McKiiit hl John McLean. Jr. Chri.s Seal RUhuril . e»h . Jr. Willie Parker Wilhelniina Peterson Connie Roberts Shelia Ruunlree Craig Simmons Brenda Smallwood Maricia Smith .Anita Spiller Hallie Stephenson Maurice Stephenson Gloria Swain Kenneth Tapp il ilhert Tatem .Mildred Thornhill Jestine Tvson Janice I ' ail .Uihrey Vinson Joseph Hard Sarah l ehh fc Sonnv H ehh J ' lltS t John Wdliams ores Stanley Ash more William Back us. Jr. Waller Baker Bruce Buvil Dehiirah Brown .-Unlrca Bryant m b Sandra Cos ten E n Ronnie C iimho v: Darlene Davis ■ d Ernestine Davis Jfk V |yi. ) « W ■■ Jonelle Davis A H Paulelie Draitghn f mV Carl Ehron 1 F fi Lull lord Elhendgc J rif . Carol Fields .i m ., , ' . «. Mary Gray l.inda GriJ in Jelean Grimes Karen Hardy Earlene Hark ley ,C - f( N , u Patricia Harris Gloria Hartsjield .tlhert Hawkins David Henderson I avetha Hill Thomas Hines Ereda Hinton llaltie HonahlcH Doris Jackson Jovic Jennings 42 J (iwcinldlvii Jiihnsiiii Jiiiiiiiie Kilpulrick Ret ha Lucy Carolyn Miulwll Kuhy Miinhisiin Meiha Murphy v Bcrnice McCloud James McPherson Klva . ewhnrii II drey Powell I- inila Po well James Price. Jr. T : (tieiiita Priulen C ariilvii Reiil Jimmie Reul Michael Rice Klizahelh Rick ( iilhia Rome CIvilia R( (jks .Araiieiia Rouson David Riicker Reginald Sealon Christine Sharpe Zd ft y V Shellon Skinner Kimako Slafford Lena Siaion Gloria Tilleli Gail Turner JiLua Charlie Vaughan Carolyn l ' hile Maxine Wiggins Gloria Williams Gloria WinsloH 43 s imei2 EsielUi Annslrong Mary Arringlon Shirley Alkinsun Joseph A vant Marvin Bacoie Jaiinwe Heaniuii Gai her Beany Marilyn Beclun John Blininl James Bond Liinini Bond James Bonner Jeanelie Boone Samuel Boyd II anda Brim age H i 1i m Eva Brill John Brooks Marshall Brothers Christine Brown Donovan Brown 44 ' M J Sandra Brown Rfi ina Butler Arlincla Byrd hahiaii Chase Aiuhutn Chalmers -xrm Joseph Cohh Charles Cuoper Edward Cooper. Ill Robert Costen Deborah Crump Palsy Crutchfield iillie Curmon Iris Curry Edwiiia Dawson Roger Daye f Chrisiiue Deloatch leonurd Deloaleh I Alia Deloatch Precilla Eason Delores Edwards Floretta Fagan Carolyn Fellon C arlnello Ferebee ) vonne Ferebee Carolyn I. Freeman Carolyn L. Freeman Mary Freeman Donald Gardner Dennis Galling Joel Godeile 45 Ji ' x.sie Graham. J r l. ' Taiige Gri ' i ' ii Ronald (iriwifll ) voiiiw Ctuiiii John Hunini;l(in I nncs.su Unwell Charlcne Harris Qncenie Harris Mary Heaih Connie Hi ' tlgcpi ' lh Am-F ' X | Qniniiin Hccli cpcih Johnnie Himlsniaii Heeler Holland Pedro Holler Ralph Holloway William Hollo way Ellon HolloHell Jeneise Hopkins Valerie Hopkins Mheria Hon on Alma Jenkins Gail Johnson fyrile Johnson Martin Jones Cleave Jordan Diane Lewis Ralph Lewis Sharon l.umsden Charlie Mallorv Ollie Mallorv I 1 46 Diaiine MaiiU-i Lurry Mason Fiidic Mile hell Karen Milehell C vneihia Monieria HrenJa Moore l.cntlell Moore Man Moore l.arrv Morion Sher ootl M unit on! W W .% Jennifer MeCafinv fuiiie MeDo»ell Iresleen Sewhoni Marcus Sewsonie Shirle e» onie r James eivloii iantli ' ieliolson l.in rence Parker einia Feele Elaine Fern Mphinisa Pelersoii Ralph Poole JIazel Powell K eniieth Piigh U eal Paliie.Jr. i. w, Kuh Pulley Janet Punnglon Palricia Roheri.s Svhil Rojgers linda Shorl 47 BruiU) Sialic Daveiiia Sdlonnin Calvin Sprailey Jerome Spn ill Lillian Spriiill Lee Suggs A iigiisnis Stilton Clcnicnline Sullon Hemic Suiion Janice Taylor Bcrllhi I ann l.arrv I aiighiui John H atlc Jejjery Ward Larry Ward Mural Warren Jerry Waters Mervin Waljord Jcrelene Wcldon S niliia Hells Barbara While Larrv While Francyne Williams Frank Williams Kirklainl Williams Dchra Williamson Dorothy Wilson Margaret Wilson Linda Woodard 48 GREEKS Interfraternal Council 50 Phi Beta Sigma Crescent Club Archonian Club Zeta Phi Beta 51 Kappa Alpha Psi Scrollers Club Sigma Gamma Rho A urora Club Swing Phi Swing Lady bugs Groove Phi Groove Swanxmen 53 Omega Psi Phi Lamp ados Club Delta Sigma Theta Pyramid Club J-, Alpha Kappa Alpha " IIP " Ivy Leaf Club Sphinx Club 55 Hell Week I ' y ' -: - ' - ' r ' -S -fi-- ' -;W ' - Iota Phi Theta ' ,;•■ » It; Gamma Sigma Sigma 58 Alpha Phi Omega Trefoil Club 59 Fine Arts Festival Dr David Driskell C ' luiinmin oj Fisk L niversiiy An Deparlmeiu Miss Pauline Goza reads puelry I ri)nihi nisls in " God ' s Tnnnhoiws L III vers ill Players in prodiuiiun. " I lie Man t ho Came I u Dinner Guests of the University A tluniey Carl B. Slokes Former Mayor ofClcrclainl. Ohio Gordon M vers Baritone , ' orlh Carolina School of The A rts Clarion Wind Qiiinlel The Honorable C. DeLores Tucker Secretary oj State, Pennsylvania Christian Citizen- ship Day Speaker Eleo Pomare Dance Contpanv Artist Dr Wendell P. Russell President o) Va. State College Honors Sight Speaker Rev. Cornell E. Tallv Religious Emphasis Week Speaker 61 The L vric Plovers Football CI A A CHAMPIONS CIAA NORTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS Coaches: Roy F. Knight, Line Coach: Alvin T. Kelley. Defensive Coach: Thomas L. Caldwell, Head Coach: Samuel T. Holmes. Offensive Coach. r " m t$ ii«io5?a3to2o, llTi 1 84 : rsi lis m ' %i fSlf.t x CIAA AWARDS PRESENTATIONS FROM LEFT: L. D. Smith, CIAA Commissioner: Aly Khun Johnson, Co-Caplain: Thomas L Caldwell, Head Coach: Lawrence Harrell, Co-Caplain; C,E, Gaines, CIAA President Lawrence Harrell signed with the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League as a Free Agent. CtlEtMLEADERS -: Basketball Team y.llA DISTRICT : J CH t. IPIO S Represenlcd MA DISTRICT 2V in the ali iiwl Tounwiueiu ai Kansas Ciiy .Issisianl Coach tlvin T Kfllt ' v and Head Coach Roherl I. I aiighan %- V4{ A. . . 64 Leonard Carmichael District J9 Most ' ahiahle Player Small College All-American First Team selection Coach I ' aiighan is coiigniiiilaicii after winning haskcihull i anic No - ' " " hv Presidt ' i}! Thorpe Co-Caplain Leonard Caniuchael presents the game hall to Coach Vaughan after victory . o. 300 65 Cuach Roy F. Knighl k B SSmSMtKffSuSmmKmmtmmsss KBtBSBas i .,. ■ " ■ I r; ri Wrestling Team CI A A CHAMPIO. S 66 I ' ciiil McC ' rav CIA I flfiivv icighi Chiinipion ' .- r ii ' J -stt i- " h ' Track Team m 9 Coach Samuel T Holmes Tennis Team 1 ' f- ' li - f =i s 4 « ,: I A ■? Coach Charles R Penrose 67 Choral Ensemble University Choir 68 Choir on European Tour Miss Evelyn A. Johnsun Chuir Director III ihe elherUiiids Facully Members. Mr. T.H. Wamack. Miss Evelyn A. Johnson. Mr. E.E. Manley and Mrs. Naomi A. Morgan dining in Heidelberg. Germany 69 III Uermany Caslle in Germany Mr Ihiiiiiif H Sniiih. Dim lor " Sorry, Wrong Niiniher " T h e U n d e r c li r r e n University Players ' The Man Who Came to Dinner " Concert Band X aM Mr. Fluyci L. Robinson Band Director Marching Band 72 FACULTY STAFF Officers of Administration i Or Marion D I hurpt- Presideni Mr James H Tiiwiies Acting A.wiMani lo the Pre iileni Dr FI i J B II, , lie . haJeniie Dean ' I V Dr AnJrew I- Hiiherl.s A si ' :tanl Dean anil Director ol the Five-College Ciirrieiiliini ■ " •MidK i 74 Mr rihur I. Jefferson Business Manager J J ' Mr Jc ' I E Snulh Direclor oj the OJJice oj Recniiiinenl. Adinissiuns. Records and Regislraiion Mr. George A . Moore Comptroller Mr. H ' hittier C. Witherspooit Director oj Studeiu Personnel Services Mr. Edward S. Smith Assistant Business Manager Mrs. .Ilitia M . ewhy Director oJ Financial .A id 75 Dr Ernesi A. Finney Direclor uf Sununer SchunI and Slucienl Teaching Mr. Thaddeiis V. Bea.sley Adniinisiralive .-issislani Mr. . aihaniel C. McNair. Jr. Director oj Development Mr. Hohson Thumpsim, Jr . Librarian: Mr Harvev L Thomas. Siipl. of Buildings and Ground ' : Mr. Tummy Fousl. Director of .Admissions Mr. Joseph .1. Dempsey. Director oJ Special Services Program: Dr R Irving Boone. Chairman oJ Keligioiis Activities; Mrs. Catherine Gardner, Recruiter: Mr. .Mbcri C Robinson. Jr.. Personnel OJIicer: .Mr. li ' illiam A. Pierce. Direclor of Career Couitseling and Placement 9 " ? Presideiu Marion D Thorpe and Family Mrs. Cynlhia M . Walker .Ulminislralivi ' Si ' crclarv u ihc Presidenl Mr RuMiKimt HuKkiii ' .. Director uj Fuud Service and Mr Jonnie Harvey. Assislaiu Director oj Food Service Mr. James E. Lyons, .-issislanl Director of Development and .Miimni .-ijjairs: Mr. Jumes Swimpson. Coordinator oj Federal Programs: Mr. Donald W. LaHujjman. Director of Educational Media Center: Mr. Rajnikant M. Palel. .Administrative and Purchasing Ojficer: Dr Hazel C. Small. Director of .Adult Education: Mr. Joseph S. White. Director of Data Processing Mrs. . ' aomi -I Morgan. Coordinator oJ Ba. ic Fducalion anil Enrichment Program and Mrs. .Addie 0. Midgclle. Director of Upward Bound Program Mr Charles L. Foster. .Assistant Director o Financial Aid: Mrs. .Alma M. . enhy. Director o) Financial Aid: Mrs. Juliette Zackerv. .Assistant. Financial .Aid 5»«». " aie;. Art Department Mr. Dan M. Pearce, InMniclor: Dr. VinCL ' iu J. deUregorio. Proje.s.sor and Chairman of the Deparlineni: Mr. Mohinder S. Gilt. .Assisiuni ProJes. ;ur 79 Biology Department Mr. Thaddeii I ' Beasley. Imlriiclor: Mrs. Dorothy E Thomas, .-i.s.sociaie Professor: Dr Herman C Cooke. Projessor: Dr Sekender A. Khan. Professor and Chairman of the Deparimenl B D u e s P • I a n r e t s m s e H n 1 t Dr Rudolph Jones. Prujessor: Mr James . . Creech, .-issislanl Professor and Acling Chairman of the Deparlmenl: Mrs. Mumtaz B Khan. Inslnulor: Mr Ramanlal P Palel. Inslruclor: Mrs Lona G Wilson. Inslruclor: Dr ) ing Hsin. Prujessor Education Department Dr. Roshaii A. Aziz. Proje.s.sor: Dr. Ernest .A. Finney, .4.ssociale Professor and Aciini; Chairnuiii oj ihe Departmeni; Mrs. Elizaheth T. Sessom.s. .-Issislani Professor and Kindergarten Supervisor: Mr. Donald If Latliijfnian. Inslrticlor: Mrs. Valerie H laiighaii. Instructor and . ursery School Supervisor: Dr Thehiia II .inderson, Professor: Mrs. Clara O Jones, .-issislani Projessor. Miss Mary E. Crawford. Assistant Professor. Mrs. Margaret II llolley. .-issistant Professor: Mr. E. Earle Manley. .Assistant Professor Library Services ' -J i 1 ■ FIRST ROW: Mrs. Julia Choudhiiry. Acquisitions Assislani: Mrs. Brenda C Sawyer. Library Clerk: Mrs. Genie F. Wilds. Curriculum Materials Director. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Man A ' . Hill, Secretary: Mrs. Gwendolyn J. Midgette. Reader ' s Service Librarian: THIRD ROW: Miss Lace Lewis. Rejerence Librarian: Mr. Hobsun Thompson. Jr. Librarian: Miss Odessa A. ' Williams. Son-Book Media Director. 83 Health and Physical Education Department Mrs. Addie Griffin. Secretary: Mrs. Georgia L. Smith. Assistant Projessor: Mr. Ro F Knight. Assistant Instructor: Mrs. Bonnie B. Smith, tnslriictor: Mr Alvin T. Kellev. Assistant Instructor: Mr. Thomas L Caldwell. Assistant Professor: Mrs. Mollie M. Beasley. Instructor: Mr. Ellon Long. Instructional Aide: Mr. Samuel T Holmes. Assistant Projessor: Mr Robert L. Vaughan. Professor and Chairman o) the Department " " k -A Industrial J Arts Department Mr. Graham A. Trent . Inslruclor: Mr. Bishop M. Patterson, Associate Frojessor and Chairman oj the Department; Mr. H ' illiam R Gibson. Instructor. 85 Modern Languages Department rr-i p Mrs. Helen M Professor and Mr. Lawrence E Caldwell, Assistant Professor: Mr Bernard L Peterson. Jr.. .-Issislanl Professor: Dr Anne M. Henderson. Chairman of the Department: Mrs. Julia M Hofjler. .Associate Professor: Mrs Carol C. Jones. Instructor: Sugg. Assistant Professor: Miss Addie Hofller, Instructor: Mr. R Edwin Duke. Instructor. Music Department FRONT ROW: Dr. Edna L. Davis. Professor and Chairman of ihe Deparlmeni: Mrs. Rachel W. Gragson. .■i. ;sislanl Professor: Miss Evelyn A. Johnson. Professor. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Floyd L. Robin- son. Inslruclor: Mr. Charles R Penrose. Associate Professor: Mr. Ronald W Marshall. Inslruclor (Part time). BACK ROW: Mr. Wendell J. Wilson. Instructor. Mr. Leonard R Ballon. Assistant Pro- fessor: Mr. Wesley M. Gragson. .-Issociale Professor. 87 Physical Science and Mathematics Department FRONT ROW: Dr Delawar Hus.sain. Associate Professor: Dr Sohinder S. Sachdev. Assislani Pro essor. MIDDLE ROW: Dr. John R Richards. Professor: Dr Louise ,V. Sutton. Prufes.sor and Chairman of the Department: Dr. Kumar K. Chatlerjee. Associate Professor: Mr. Thomas I. Sharpe. Instructor. BACK ROW: Dr. Maurice C Powers. Pro- fessor: Mr. Henry E. Crank. Instructor: Dr. Md. .Ashraful .Alam. .Associate Professor. Dr .A. LatiJ Choudhurv. .As- sociate Professor: Mr. Hobson Thonipsiin.Jr . Awisiant Pro essor. Social Science Department Mr. Ruchelle V ' ann TEACHER OF THE YEAR Dr. Woo J. Ju. Projessor: Mrs. Fannie G. Williams. Secretary: Dr Robert L. Wilken. Professor: Dr Saginder S. Dhillon. Professor and Chairman of the Department: Miss .Alice E. Moore. Instructor: Dr. R. Irving Boone. Assistant Professor: Mrs. Yvonne B Harris. Instructor: Dr. Louis V. , ' adeau. Professor. Dr Melvin L. Murphy. .Associate Professor. Educational Media Mr Ronald Leigh and Mr. James Blount Technicians Mr Donald H LaHujJman Direct oj Educa- tional Media Center Health Services Mrs. Lillie B Lewis. Nurse ' s Aide: Mr Joe P Scoll. Orderly Mrs. Shirley S Williams, Nurse ' s Aide. Mrs. Katie S Wamack. Supervisor University Center Staff Data Processing Mrs. Rulh M Carr. A. . i Uiiu Director: Mr Richard L . ' ewbv. Program Direclor. Mrs. Gertrude L Pierce, Assistant Director. Mr. Josep h S. White. Director of Data Processing: Mr. ' ,. Ciciiiciiiiiie Hand, hev Punch Operator: Mr. Jerald I. Perry. Data Processor: Mrs. Zina J Reid. Data Processor Secretaries and Stenographers FRONT ROW: ' Miss Florence I Bailey: Mrs. Jeanetta Hicks: Miss Nettie O McPherson: Mrs. Sandra P. Hendricks. SECOND ROW: Mi.ss Linda C. Mitchell: Miss Lois Sawyer: Miss Ethel Ferebee: Miss Janet Spellman. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Evelyn Poyner: Mrs. Dorothy S. Johnson: Miss Emma Hathaway: Mrs. Lois G. White: Mrs Gladys B. Bartletl: Mrs. Brenda C Sawyer. FOURTH ROW: Mi.ss Barbara Taylor: Mi.ss Lois Lacy: Mrs. Doris Sawyer: Mrs. Fannie Williams. FIFTH ROW: Miss Cynthia Spence: Mrs. Joyce Bryant: Miss Demeira Tyner: Miss Flora M. Harris: Mrs. Clementine Bond: Mrs. Shirley Perry. Student Personnel Services m 9 Mrs. Gladys C. Trolman, Director oj Testing and Guidance: Mrs. .Alnia M. . ewby. Director of Financial Aid: Mrs. Juliette Zackery. .Assistant. Financial .Aid: Miss Flora M. Harris. Stenographer: Mr. Richard L. i ' ewby. Program Director of the University Center: Mr. Charles L. Foster. .Assistant Director of Financial Aid: Mr. Willie B. Spence. Associate Director of Student Personnel Services - Men: Mrs. Olive R. IVilson. Counselor: Mr Curtis .4. Sloan. Counselor: Mr. William A. Pierce. Director of Career Counseling and Place- ment: Mrs. Marva C Hollowell. Stenographer. Switchboard Operator Residence Counselors Mrs. Helen P. Mercer Switchboard Operator Mrs. betiye E McCullough: Mr Ceclephus Everett: Mrs. Jereline Lynn: Mrs. Elizabeth F Davis: Mr Kendy IV Cooper. .1. Olivia .ikridge: Mrs. Eloise L. Glass: Mrs. Maintenance Department Mr. Harvey L Thomas. Superinlendenl of Buildings and Grounds: Miss Cynthia Spence Switchboard Operator: Mrs. Lois G. White, Clerk. (seated I FRONT ROW: Mr. Harvey. L. Thomas: Mrs. Beulah. J Lumsden: Mrs. Matlie L. Davis: Mrs. Helen L McMurren: Mi. ' is Cynthia .Spence: Mrs. Lois G While: Mrs. E. Louise Williams: Mrs. Delois Griffin: Miss Rosa ,V. Williams: Mrs Delois C Rag. ' ;dale: Mrs. Vertley Woodhouse: Mrs. Carolyn S. Privott. SECOND ROW: Mr. Artis Boyd: Mr Willie H Burke: Mr Herman Gibson: Mr Joe L Taylor: Mr. George White: Mr. William Barclijt: Mr. James Turner: Mr William Overton: Mr. Joseph H Bryant: Mr Joseph P Sayles: Mr James Wynn. Jr THIRD ROW: Mr. Melvin L. Hunter: Mr. Thord HocutI: Mr. William T. Rice: Mr Joseph Spence: Mr Joshua Dawson. Jr.. Mr. Lee Beamon: Mr. James Lewis: Mr. Willie Taylor: Mr Charles W Miller: Mr Butler L Sharpe. Jr FOURTH ROW: Mr. William Turner: Mr Carl Hawkins: Mr Paxton Bartlell: Mr Joseph H Sutton: Mr. Willie White: Mr Willie L Sylvester. Security Officers Mr. George N. Banks: Mr. James M Haggard: DR. Fellon: Mr. George W. Johnson. Jr. Mr. Erscell A. James: Mr Cecil Perry. Senior Securit} Officer: Mr. Franklin Professional Laboratory Experiences ■■ 94 ft I Mr Mrs. Valerie W. Vaughan {K K) Nursery School Supervisor Nursery School and Kindergarten Activin ' es 9 Mrs. Elizabeth T Sessoins (hXTRtME RIGHT) Kinder- garten Supervisor V J ■ EJIf f ' J ' H ' i ' i ' 95 Coronation Festivities iVfw r elected MISS ECSU. Miss Alean Anderlon. (LEFT) and Miss Carol Haw- kins. Miss ECSU beginning the second semester 1971-1972 Miss Anderton with her family Miss A lean A nderton MISS ECSU for 1 97:- 1 973 Founders Day Activities Aliornev Julius L Chambers. Founders Day Speaker, chats wilh a luJenl 98 M e m o r i a I S e r V c e s P flf ■jpl 99 I I uitiiia t I tuh I III ihe I ni er ii L enter University Center Activities Ri Jk: ( Viking Yearbook Staff Mr. L E Sugg. )earhi ok Advisor (CENTER) confers with Donald Liverman (LEFT) and Ludford Elheridge. Design Editor (SEATED). H ' ilhenieina Jones: George Pulley: Herman Gay Herman M Guy Edilor-in-ChieJ Leander Harrison and Gloria Brvani •-S-J—f 102 Brenda Clark. Dehra Creecy: Roheri Ward •o. ?% ' . ' , Compass Newspaper Staff Donald Liverman Associate Editor FROM LEFT: Deloris Jones: Haltie Honablew: Dorothy Wilson: Alma Jenkins: Barbara Alston: Patricia Roberts: Robert Ward. Editor-in-Chief 103 Gary N. Harvey Bearer of the Mace The Honorable Samniie Chess. Jr. Commencement Speaker .A Degree Is .A warded Mr. Willie B Spence (LEFT), President of the General Alumni Association, receives the Alumni A ward for Outstanding Service from President Marion D Thorpe. Mrs. Ruth B. Jones, Pre sident of the North Carolina Association of Educators is recipient of the Distinguished Service A ward ' Sja X »!w flr;..-5i; tw i - r « «« Mr. Rochelle Vann Teacher of the )ear a cir i iA3fmi: ' % baKij£ai£ s Mrs. Dorothy M. Thomas Recipient of the General .Alumni A ward for Teacher of the Year Dr. Ernest .A. Finney Retiring Member of the ECSV Faculty Publications Committee Mr Lawrence E Sugg Chairman of the Publications Coniniiltee and Advisor lo THE I IKIXG Mr. Whillier C Wiiherspoon Director oj Student Personnel Services Mr. Leonard R. Baltou Archivist-Historian: Coordinator oJ Institutional Research: Advisor to THE COMPASS Mr. John T Williams Public Information and Communications Specialist: .Adv sorto THE COMPASS 106 Senior Directory J A MCE C ADAMS IHf, ' ) Broaden Drive Fayelleville. . . C. Inlermediate Education GREGORY S. ALLEN Rf.:. Box 274 Spring Hope. .V.C Music ARMSTRONG ROOSEVELT S RiS. Box 229 Laurinhurg. .V.C. Industrial Arls EMMA L ASKEW P.O. Box H Lewiston. .V.C. Intermediate Education BETT) R BANKS Rt 3. Box 155 Newhern. N.C. Elementary Education JAMES A. BARNES. JR. P.O Box 192 Robersonville. N.C. Business VERNETTA W. BARNES 211 West Gale St. Edenton. N.C. Social Sciences WILLIAM H BARNES Rt 3. Box 356 Wilson. N.C. An RAND) B BELL I too Depot Road Smilhjield. N.C. Social Sciences BRENDA J BLACKWELL 527 Marcus St. Chesapeake. Virginia Business JACQUELINE BOND 2235 North l9ihSt. Philadelphia. Pa Business JOHNN E. BOND Rt 3. Box 12 Edenton. N.C. Business STYRON C BOND 80S Parkview Drive Elizabeth City. N.C. Social Sciences JOSEPHINE BOONE Rt I. Box 117 Conway. .V.C Elementary Education GEMAINE B BO WE 1205 Newport .Ave. Elizabeth City. N. C Health and Physical Education DELTON D BO) D 1204 Cornelia St. Elizabeth City. N.C. Industrial .4rls JEAN C BO) D 1205 Copper St. Washington, .V.C. Early Childhood Education JOHN R. BRYANT 700 East Church St. Tarboro. IWC. Business LEE H BLRTON Rt I. Box 52 While Oak. N.C. Business JO RICE ANN CAMPBELL 2217 Tenth .Avenue North Bessemer, .Alabama Social Sciences LEONARD CARMICHAEL 354 Brunswick .Ave. Trenton. N.J. Business CHERYL N. CHAVIS Rt. I, Box 75 Winton. N.C. Social Sciences BRENDA C. CLARK Gregory. N.C. Social Sciences THERESA L. CLARK Rt. I. Box 48 Belhaven. N.C. Business MERLE P. COLSTON 3302 Piit.sfield Ave. Roanoke. Va. Art JACQUELINE O COOPER Rt 2. Box 33 Spring Hope. VC. Business ROBERT L. COPELAND 1007 II th St. Lynchburg, Va. Social Sciences JIMM) COPLES Rt.2. Box 658 Hull Rd. Kinston. ,V.C. Social Sciences EDITH S. COX P O. Box 533 Farmville. N.C. Business JAMES E. CO.K Rt 2. Box 118 Ayden, N.C. Social Sciences TOMMY COX Ri 2. Box 118 Avden. ,V.C. Social Sciences LEANDER CRAWFORD Rt. I. Box 363 Chocowinity, .V.C. Business DEBRA S CREECY Rt I. Box 179 South Mills, N.C. Business BERNITTA CREWS 216 Lee St. Oxford. N.C. An GLORIA J DA VIS Rt.2. Box 368 A Gladys. Va. English HELEN A. DAVIS PO. Box 273 Jackson, N.C. Social Sciences VALERIE C DAVIS Rt 4. Box 722 Elizabeth City, N.C. Social Sciences JAMES E DELOATCH P O Box 485 Milwaukee. .V.C. Physical Scietues and Matheniatic CORLISS S. DUDLEY 1417 West 6th Street Greenville, N.C. Social Sciences MIRIAM D DUKES Rt 3. Box 805 D Elizabeth City, .V.C. Early Childhood Education LYNETTE R EDMONDS 460 Beach 68lh Street .Arverne. New ) ' ork Earlv Childhood Education DORIS O. EDWARDS Box 52-A Henrico, N.C. Early Childhood Education DAVID L ETHERIDGE P.O. Box 101 Edenlon, N.C. Industrial Arts JOSEPHINE M. F ELTON PO Box 143 Winton. N C. Early Childhood Education ARNEY L FOSTER 85 Federal St. Lynchburg, Va. Social Sciences WILLIAM A. FREEMAN Rt 4. Box 297 .Ahoskie, N.C. Health and Physical Education JUDY R. G ARRIS Rt. I, Box 404 Vanceboro, N.C. Health and Physical Education DORIS L. GRAHAM 412 Lincoln St. Laurinburg, N.C. Business PART HEN I A HARDY 1923 Glover St Roanoke Rapids. N.C. Intermediate Education LAWRENCE T. HARRELL 456 Perrv St. Portsmouth, Va. Business LEANDER J. HARRISON Rt 3. Box 439 Nashville, N.C. Social Sciences MARY HARRISON Rt 2, Box 480 Windsor, N.C. Business RONALD C HARRISON Rt. I. Box 273 Tarboro. N.C. Social Sciences ELSIE G. HARVEY Rt I. Box85-A Murjreesboro, N.C. Business OLIVE LA VERNE HARVEY il 2 Lane St. Wilson, N.C. Intermediate Education ROGER A. HATHAWAY Rt. 2, Box 20B Edenton. .V.C. industrial .A rts CAROL A. HAWKINS Rt. 2, Box 12 Conway, N.C. Business JACQUELINE ELAINE HAWKINS Rt. I, Box 27 Grimesland, N.C. Social Sciences PATRICIA A. HEWETT 1 3-D Taylor Homes Wilmington, N.C. Early Childhood Education SHERYL V. HICKS 210 Maple St. Suffolk, Va. Early Childhood Education CHARLES L. HOPKINS 312 North Walnut St. Summerville. S.C. Business BETTY L. HOWARD Rt. I, Box 192 D Engelhard, N.C. Intermediate Education SHIRLEY G. ISLER Rt. 7, Box 1 15 Kinston, N.C. Early Childhood Education CAROLYN J. JOHNSON 201 Halifax Street Rocky Mount. N.C. Social Sciences JACQUELINE JOHNSON Rt. I, Box 213 Jackson, N.C. Business KENNETH W. JOHNSON 626 Church St Williamston, N.C. Social Sciences SADIE C.JOHNSON 617 VannSt. Goldsboro. N.C. Intermediate Education WILHEMEINA JONES 103 Poplar St. Roanoke Rapids, N.C. Early Childhood Education ETHEL C. JOYNER Rl.S,Boxl77-F Windsor, Va. Health and Physical Education HARVEY M. KEARNEY Hill St. Winton, N.C. Health and Physical Education RUB) D. KENNEDY 2S00 Markland Drive Charlotte, N.C. Intermediate Education JANIE RUSSELL KEYES Rt. 4. Box 157 Roxboro, N.C. Health and Physical Education PHYLLIS A. KiyC Rl I. Box 191 A Sims. N.C. Business WALTER R LAMB. JR. Rl I. Box 127 Corapeake. ;V.C. Industrial .Arts MARGUERITE C. LA. GFORD 1300 Lincoln Si. Elizatieth City. S.C. Business ROOSEVELT LEAK. JR. 1124 Old Charlotte RJ. WaJesboro. A ' .C. Business JAMES ALTHLR LEAR) Rt.2.Bo.x38S-A Griflon.. C. Art JOSEPH E LEE PO Box 362 Windsor. . . C Health and Physical Education LLTRICIA AD . CH Rl I. Box 5 Hotllsler. .V.C. Early Childhood Education BERTHA LEE MARRI ER Rl I. Box I -A Jamesville. .V.C Business HAZEL T. MARTl 707 South 3rd St- H ' llniington. . .C. Early Childhood Education RICHARD MA) . JR 509 Ford St. Greenville. C Health and Physical Education JACQUELINE M. MILLS Rl I. Box 401 Winterville. A ' .C. Early Childhood Education LOLA W. MITCHELL mill Southern .Ave. Elizabeth City. .V.C. Business .MALI. DA MOSTAGUE Rt 3. Box 143 Enfield. .V.C. Intermediate Education DEVERIA A. MOORE Rl I. BoxS-M Havelock. .V.C. Intermediate Education MURRAY LEE MOR. l. G Rl I. Box 176 Tarhoro. .V.C. Business ALICE M. MURRAY 516 Queen St . ew Bern. .V.C. Business MILDRED FA YE McCAFFITY 415 Perry Si. Elizabeth Cily. M.C. Social .Sciences ROBERT C. McKENZIE 214 South Stuart Si. Rockingham. .N.C. Health and Physical Education SA. DRA L. EHSOME Rt I. Box III Pendleton. V.C. Business ROBERT D. EWTO. Rl I. Box2l.S Watha. C Industrial .Arts LARR) M. NORM AS Rt. I. Box 102 Roper. .V.C. Business CALVI.X . U. . ALLY P.O. Box 135 Burkeville. Va. Social Sciences ISAAC OLIVER 4027 Robertson Blvd. Chesapeake. Va. Health and Physical Education CLARA V. O ' NEAL Rt 2. Box 186 Pantego. S.C. Business FLEAS OR C PARKER 1216 Walter St Washington. DC Early Childhood Education SELLIE J. PASTEUR 707 Cedar St Beaufort . S.C. Social Sciences CLEO PEELE Rt I. Box34l-A Washington. . C Early Childhood Education OLIVER R. PEELE Rl. I.Box 18-G Jamesville, ,V.C. Art WILLIAM II PEELE. JR. P O. Box 6 1 Lewiston. ,V.C. Intermediate Education KA-FSBIA PHILLIPS 307 South Barrett Si Farmville. S C Intermediate Education GEORGE P PULLEY Rt.2. Box 308 Spring Hope, ,V. C. Social Sciences CHARLES C RASCOE. JR. Rl I. Box 256- A Windsor. , . C. Health and Physical Education EUGESE REDDICK 19 17- A Kennedy Circle Greenville, S.C. Business PAULETTFR H RFID Rt 3. Box 13 Selma. S.C. Social Sciences OLIVER A RE) SOLDS Rt I, Box 3 H ' inton, .V.C .Social .Sciences GEORGE L RICH RDSOS Rl 2, Box 4 1 Spring Hope, V.C Music LESETTE A. RICKS 1 100 Clay Sire " ! Portsmouth, i ' a. Health and Physical Education CATHERINE Z RUHE 1501 West Church St. Elizabeth City. S.C. Social Sciences RUBY E. SESSOMS Rl. 3, Box 104-A Ahoskie, S.C. Early Childhood Education RUEBES B SHARPE 1308 Southern .Ave. Elizabeth Ciiy. S. C. Industrial A rts ELLES J SHEPPARD 312 Roberson St Williamslon, S.C. Social Sciences CARRIE M. SIM MOSS Rl 3, Box 170 . ew Bern, S .C. Business ERMA J. SIMMOSS 513 South Dennis Si. Enfield, S.C. Social Sciences PATRICIA L. SIMMOSS Rt 2. Box 171 Halifax. S.C Business CYMERA B. SKISSER 1009 Souther Ave. Elizabeth Cily, S.C Intermediate Education DIASE SMITH Rl I, Box 349- A A Murfreeshoro, .V.C Business HILDA D SMITH Rt. 3. Box 253 Enfield, S.C. Business WILMA K. SOLOMOS Rt. 2, Box A-166 Enfield. S.C. Social Sciences CL YDIE J. SPESCE 1200 Sewporl .Ave. Elizabeth Cily, S.C. Business CYSTHIA M STEPHFSSOS Rt I, Box II I Pendleton, S.C. Social Sciences WILMA D STEW ART PO. Box 83 Manson. S.C. Social Sciences ARTHUR D SUTTOS 209 Walnut Si Elizabeth City, S.C. Mathematics FISSIA SUTTOS Rt. 2, Box 137 Farmville, . C. Mathematics GERALDISF C SUTTOS 1 09- B Brooks Ave. Elizabeth City, S.C. Business JOSEPHISE V. SLTTOS Rl 2. Box 137 Farmville. .V.C Social Sciences BARBARA S TA) LOR 1207 Clark St Greenville. V.C Social Sciences B RES DA M TA) LOR 213 Carolina .Ave. Rocky Mount, ,V.C. English WASDA J TA) LOR 287 Craven Terrace .V H Bern, , ,C. Social Sciences ALICE J TURSER Rt 3, Box 254 Hertford, S.C. English ROBERT E HARD 848 Eastern Park way Brooklyn. V. ) . .Social Sciences VIOLA E. WATFORD Rl I. Box 332 Colerain, .V.C Intermediate Education EDITH L. WATKISS Rt.2, Box 155 Raleigh. S.C. Early Childhood Education CAROL) S L WHIDBEE Rl I. Box 4 16 Elizabeth City. S C. Business ASSIE P. HIGGISS Rt. I, Box 51 Woodland, . .C. Business GERALD V WILDER Rt 2, Box 79 Sashville, S.C. Music OTIS WILLIAMS, JR. 109 Pershing A ve. Weldon, .V. ' c Industrial .Art RUTH C WILLIAMS Rt l,Box356-K Murfreeshoro, S C Early Childhood Education LARUTH WILLIAMSOS Rl I. Box 21 1 Pelham, S C Early Childhood Education WALTER R iVISBORSE Rt I, Box 123 Sewsome. Va. Social .Sciences WILLIE M WOODARD 708 East Church St Tarboro. , .C. Business BEVERLY H WYSN StarRi. Box 26 Winfall. S.C. Social Sciences M ' ■- ' C ml- . ' i ,W ■ ;■ ■-;,. VIKINGS t -, v ' ' ' Today, Tomorrow am Beyond •-.-: fr-tei t ■ V Ki+ " , :. -; Elizabeth City State University is a kaleidoscope of people and inores. of students caught between old myths and new realities. Here, there is in exis- tence " A Sew Universe For A A ' cm- University. " and evolving are student centeredness, career growth and com- munity involvement. Together the university community learns about alternatives and about ac- countability ... the challenge of being deeply involved and the necessity of being prepared. Between students and teachers the learn-in experience at ECSU is an interchange of ideas, not an ex- change of facts. The significant long range test of the effectiveness of a university irrespective of race, culture or geography is: does it widen vision, expand humanity and give purpose, meaning and promise to life This Is Where Life Begins for Many Life as differentiated from the hiolugical beginning starts with the recog- nition of purpose . , . H ' ho am I ' Why am I here ' Where am I going? The answers to these questions and the preparation for a substantive and meaningful life is an awakening, a rebirth which often is as viable as the original birth The cross multiplication of their interaction with various academic discipline , surrounded hv rich social and cultural environments, gives thrust and guidance to the student ' s maturation, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual. Wa. president vernmeni Assmiation PRIDE DIGNITY EXCELLENCE The emphasis al ECSU is on youth. The universiiy understands what it ' s like to he young and going places the future not only belongs to youth hut youth and the future are synonymous . . . students here are encouraged not simply to adjust to change but to help effect it, ahyays striving as vigorously to retain thai which is good as to discard the bad teachers and students have freedom far originality to achieve and to create with affection and enthusiasm neither be " turned off by educational practices and philosophies that they feel foreign to their life experience . under sensitive and sympathetic guidance students are invited and challenged to assume a larger and more mature share of the responsibility for their own education . the " expertise mystique " has been replaced by sincere candid dialogue throughout the university community Eiimi Hathaway, president u the Women ' s Guventiiie il .4ssoeiation jorl 72-7i A lean A nderlon Miss ECSU 1972-73 We live, we work, we plav with ideas RELEVANCE AT ECSU IS RELEVANT 1 z ' The ring. SYMBOL Oh ACCOMPLISH- ME. T tr iJftHiHdwai ' cU ' midfn r Herman Gay. Edilor of ihe liking Student representatives are members of most committees and hoards, from the hoard of trustees on down, where policies and decisions originate affecting the general welfare of the university community. Students learn the effect of group dynamics, the responsihility of leaders and the accountability of decision making. Bias Hall Ronald Harrison. President of The Men ' s GovernnienI Assucialion for 1971-72 Darnell Johnson. Presideni o] ihe Sludenl GovernnienI Assucialion THE UNIVERSITY SERIES .mm iv i}mmmmmmmm. Dr Benjamin Swalin Conductor N C. Symphony Orchestra three decades Erme Barnes. Star pro football player - famous artist Rod Loomis actor with national Shakespeare Company In an effort to create a balanced learning environment in an atmosphere of blended intellectual disciplines, students at ECSV are encouraged to invite a cross section of accomplished personalities to appear on campus . . . people, from near and far, whose lives are contributing to an expanding humanity. Stimulating performances, debates and lectures by outstanding groups and individuals offer the students the opportunity to expand their cultural and intellectual experiences. Nalalie Hintieras Concert Piaiusi Duke Elliiig, Coniposer-Biind Director oj world renown for a halj century Carl B Stokes, twice elected Mayor of Cleveland Ohio Charles Evers. Mayor Fayette. Mississip- pi Dr. Helen G Edmond.s. U.S. Repre- sentative to The United alions The iucuteuiic focus ai ECSL ' is aimed al self discovery to seek new answers lo new questions, to he innovative, responsive and res- ponslfilc proud of their past and confi- dent oj the future " Relevance in education Is not denvlng ttie importance of academic e- celtence Gary Harvev. magna cum laude graduate 1972. carries tile wmhol of hi achlevenieiil Dr. .Marion t) 1 horpc. president. mngrtiluUites a candidate ADMINISTRATION The only senior college within this area of Eastern North Carolina, ECSU has increasing potential to serve students from all areas of the nation. With vigorous diligence and expertise the administration has brought to fruition the en- hancement of qualities relevant to the needs uf youth for the contradictions and confusion of society. Dr. Marion D Thorpe. Chancellor Of the 470,000 blacks enrolled in colleges in the United States, thirty- seven per cent attend predotninently black colleges. The long standing record of remarkable succe.KS by any measurement is phenomenal con- sidering the fact that forty per cent of the enrollment comes from families with less than a $4,000 annual income The impact of its influence in the future will he more significant because its publics will be more oriented to its goals and will have a greater appreciation for its services, programs and worth to the com- munitv. C. .WcAdir reaor of-Di ' plonnii ' nt kJUriXUlU «MX " f JeffE. Smith, Director oj the Office of Recruitment. Admissions. Registration and Records Dr Ernest A- Finney Director Summer School and .Acting Chairman of the Education Department James H Townes. Acting Asst. to the President Macco A. SliHin iiiiiJ l.oriiner II ' Midgfii " " i as ( ' li GriJJiii. chairman, chais with Dr C B .liine Sr.. vice-chainiian Oarrvl Morns. Pres Student Govt .As n. J.J Harnniitoii.J. II . Forbes. C. H . (jnl iii Hresiileiii Marion D Thorpe appears he ore the hoaril . hsorhe(l in paper work are Dr II II Holller. Dr Kermit E Hhite and John C Bia.s THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES Elizabeth City State University Empowered with the authority to " shape the University. " the Bo ' ird of Trustees has done ait outstanding job in helping to establish the present margin of excellence at Elizabeth City State L ' niversity. The Board of Trustees, as a body, stales thai the last five years of the university ' s accontplishnieiits. growths, images, and impacts have been phenomenoms of great excellence. .Ippoint- ments to the Board by the governor have brought a wide cross-seciion of professional exiertise and stale representation to this governing body. Certainly the accomplished fact of student represen- tation on the Board of Trustees and the appointment of Maceo Sloan to the slate ' s J 2 member Board of Governors will help to keep this university in tune with the times, tomorrow and be- yond. The present Board of Trustees wishes to thank McDonald Dixon of Edenton for his ded- icated leadership and many years of service prior to retiring as chairman in 1971 . Picnired LEFT TO RIGHT SEATED ARE: .AintrcK H Witlianis. Josepli J Harnngtcin. J Wilherl Forlics. Dr . lanaii D. Tliurpc. Lnivtniiv pre icli-ni. Ctcireme 11 ' GriJJin. cluiirnuiii. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Pr U illicini II HoJJler. Muci-u .A. Sluan. Liirinwr W. Midgell. Dr Kerinil E Hhiic, Dr C B .lniie Sr . vice-cluiirimiii. Juliii ( Bum uiid snuleni represenUHive. Darryl Morris, president siiidenl guverimieiil ECSU ENTERS A NEW ERA Now apart of the 16 school University oj Worth Carolina On July the first. Elizabeth City State University became a part of the legally restructured University of North Carolina. For eighty years ECSU has been the only senior college within this area of Eastern North Carolina. Until recently the university has served only black students. Now the student body and faculty are integrated. Within the past five years there has been marked progress in areas of University-community relations, cooperative education, cluster pro- gram, academics, student services, public relations, capital improvements and expansion of recreational facilities. -v- Miss Evelyn Johnson, enerahle professor of music, sees the future of ECSU as limitless. W.B. Spence, President General Alumni Association The accomplishments within the past five years have been sig- nificant: the reaffirmation of accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The Founding of the ECSU Foundation, expansion of curriculum offerings, European tour of the University choir, athletic championships, and others. OTY COUNCIL A P MtDGETT. Choi " D ALTON DUNBAR THOMAS S GRIFFJN CADER P HARRIS, Jr M CX N HELMS, It TYRA L NEWELL, Jr C E RICHARDSON W G- WILLIAMS City of Elizabeth City P O Bo. 347 ElizaWh City, North Carolina 27909 JOHN H BELL. Jr. DEMPSEV E, BENTON, Jf. C ty Monogtr June 16, 1972 Dr. Marion D. Thorpe, President Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, North Carolina Dear Doctor Thorpe: On behalf of the City of Elizabeth City it is a pleasure for me to express to you my deep appreciation for the exceptional leadership the Elizabeth City State University has contributed to our City under your guid- ance during the past five years. I consider the Uni- versity one of our f4.nest assets and flourishing ihdus- tries. The interest that is shown in community affairs and activities by you and your colleagues assists great- ly in reaching solutions to community problems. If Elizabeth City continues to grow and prosper, it will need the continued support of the University. With best wishes ]. H. Bell Mayor of Elizabeth City North Carolina JHBjr mh Rev. J.R.R. McRay. Pastor of Corner Stone Missionary Baptist Church for half century Mrs Ruth B Jones. President of the North Carolina Association of Educators 15 ECSU CHOIR GOES TO EUROPE A highlight of ihc spring European concert lour was an appearance near Luxembourg on the steps of the Memorial Chapel dedicated to all American soldiers who lost their lives in World War II The choir is directed hv iss Evelyn Johnson.


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