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VIKINGS 1985 ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA, 27909 DEDICATION The Department of Modern Languages and the Yearbook Staff proudly present the 1984-85 edition of THE VIKING. This edition of THE VIKING is being dedicated to the Graduating Class of 1985. In these pages, we hope to generate the ideals, thoughts and special moments of Vikingland. Not only will one find within these captured memories the growth of our University, but also the beauty and pride that are reflected by Elizabeth City State University. Minor Wiggins Editor-in-Chief Frederick Lassiter Feature Editor Tammye Y. Jones Sports Editor Rick L. Jones Advertising Manager Bill Parson Photographer TABLE OF CONTENTS Title 1 Dedication 2 Theme Contrast 6 Coronation 8 Homecoming 10 The People Who Make ECSU 17 Memories 33 Administration Faculty 58 Seniors 96 Juniors 113 Sophomores 119 Freshmen 123 Athletics 129 Activities 149 Honors 163 Organizations 172 Commencement 216 Senior Directory 219 To The Graduating Class of 1985 Life is a series of beginnings. Upon successfully reach- ing this milestone, there is only a slight pause before beginning anew. You must be diligent in your search for a successful, rewarding life and the preservation of a wholesome, productive society. Good luck in all your future endeavors. Remember that success comes one step at a time, and always remember that much of what you are and what you become you owe to your Alma Mater, Elizabeth City State University. CONTRASTS Each and every year changes come and changes go, and this year was no excep- tion. New students and returning stu- dents, with bright ideas, ventured to the campus of Ehzabeth City State Universi- ty, and with their spuni and sense of family tradition brought forth a great outlook for the future. Our beloved University had many dreams in its earlier days, and through the years, with the total dedication of its students, many of the dreams have turned into reality. These transitions made finding a theme for this yearbook an easy task. As we look about us today, we can readily see the many changes that have trans- formed our campus, and what better way for us to view the present than in the context of the past and to come up with the theme, Contrasts. ■ ' i - t Shirley James, Miss ECSU 1985 The family of our Queen The first runner-up, Vernestine Kent, is escorted by Joe Parker. Coronation It was a night of glamour. The gowns were of every fabric imaginable. After entertainment by talented groups, the princesses and princes of campus organi- zations were introduced and dazzled the admiring audience. Soon it was time for the moment everyone had been waiting for. A hush fell over the crowd. As if an angel had deigned to descend to earth, Queen Shirley James floated into the room. The second runner-up. 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And His Music Scenes From Scholarcade ' 85 Moore Hall Auditorium became the Apollo Theater when faculty and staff took to the stage in " Showcase V. " The program included a skit entitled " Faust and the Seven Deadly Sins, " performed by the faculty of the Department of Modern Languages and written by Mr. Bernard L. Peterson; voice and instrumental solos and duets; and fashion modeling. Once again, Mr. McElroy brought the house down. As performed by " U.S.A. For Africa, " the entire cast joined at the finale to sing " We Are The World. " 43 A Professional Model Indeed! 44 Shuffle Of The Ole Buffalo! Military Science Award Ceremony 47 A Visit From Dr. Alma Jenkins Dedication Of The New Complex Lounge • -J --t; ' ' !-| " - A Salute To Dr. Martin Luther King 50 51 Honors Convocation 52 Dr. Ruth Love, Speaker «»»«W««fe«i»«S. Scenes From The Annual Spring SGA Banquet Congratulations To The New S.G.A. Officers Mamie Bailey, Pr, Anthony Lewis, V.P. Cheryl Carver, R.S. Tecia Murill Daphne Divon Hope Carter John Mack The Naming Of The New Miss ECSU r il Hope D. 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' ' I ' l ' l ' !- 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' i ' I ' l ' i ' i ' ili! Dr. Jimmy R. Jenkins, Sr. Chancellor 60 ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA 2790 ' ) OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR ,9,9, 335.3330 TO THE CLASS OF ' 85: You have the distinction of having graduated during our One Hundredth Commencement Convocation. Hopefully, as the years pass, each of you will achieve many other distinctions in your chosen fields of work and through your service to humanity. After four years of preparation here at Elizabeth City State University, you stand positioned to seize upon the many great opportunities available to the learned man. We hope that you will take advantage of these opportunities as you strive to secure your place among the successful. As the years pass, may your fond memories of your Alma Mater grow deeper. I trust that each of you will remember your years here as those years that you developed and equipped yourselves with the tools that will aid in reaching your life ' s goals. Mrs. Jenkins and I wish for you good health, courage and with faith in God, the strength to achieve success with distinction. Respectfully yours, Jimmy R. Jenkins Chancellor 61 Chancellor ' s Office Chancellor Jimmy R. Jenkins, Sr. 63 Planning And Development Dr. Norman C. Camp Vice Chancellor The Office of University Planning is responsible for establishing a cooperat- ive and coordinated program for planning for the present and future develop- ment of the University. Subsumed under the Office of the Director of Univer- sity Planning are the Offices of Institutional Research, Development and Alumni Affairs, Public Information Services, Federal Program Funding, the Archives and Record Center, and major support of and assistance to the ECSU Foundation. The Office also articulates long-range planning activities of the University of North Carolina as these relate to this campus as part of the system. Dr. Norman C. Camp is the Vice Chancellor for Development and Planning. He is assisted by Mr. James R. Spence, assistant vice chancellor for this section of our University. Other staff persons include Mrs. Doris Winslow, Mrs. Barbara Sutton, Mr. Leonard R. Ballou, Mrs. Nancy Lee, and Mrs. Doretha Banks. ECSU Cheerleaders Sparkle 1984-85 Varsity Cheerleaders: April Cathcart, Marcine Williams, Malissa Cherry, Krystal Simpson, Valerie Cusiis, Olivia Tyson, Elrena Rawls, H. Bonnie Crump and Willie Robertson. When we say support, we say E.C.S.U. Cheerleaders! 65 Student Affairs Student Affairs assist with the adjustment of students to the academic and non-academic environment of the campus. The central purpose of Student Affairs is to create and promote the kind of environment in which students develop into mature, well-rounded citizens, who are self-disciplined and aware of the lifelong process of educations and individual fulfillment. The Student Affairs Program is designed to foster student initiative, responsibility, and the rights of students to plan and execute. The program also strives to provide opportunities for involvement, creativity, innovation, accom- plishment, and a climate which is conducive to intellectual stimulation and growth, happiness and productivity for the maximum development of each student. It also provides special services for those students who have academic and non- academic difficulties through guidance and counseling from trained and experience personnel. Dr. Leon S. White, Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs (L, .•ilttl«l!JLU!!l!iEi JliUlU ., — Dr. Johnny L. Houston, Vice Chancellor Art From basic drawing to dimensional design, photography to serigraphy, and everything in between, the Department of Art at Elizabeth City State University provides a curriculum that structures personal and cultural development while also providing professional competency and leadership abilities in visual arts and art education. The Department sponsors art exhibitions frequently during the academic year in which students and faculty members are invited to show off their works. The B.S. with a major in Art Education qualifies graduates for consideration to graduate study at other institutions. The Department offers courses in photography and gives " hands on " experience in the darkroom. Dr. Dan M. Pearce serves as Chairperson of the Department. He is assisted by Dr. Jenny C. Mcintosh, Dr. Vincent DeGregorio, Mr. Eugene O ' Neal, and Ms. Pamela Turner. Dr. Dan M. Pearce, Chairperson 6B Biology The Department of Biology prepares students for careers in health-related professions, research and further study in medicine dentistry and other graduate areas. The Department offers several concentrations which lead to a B.S. degree in Biology. General education courses in cellular, environmental, plant and animal biology are also offered in the Department to provide all students with basic knowledge of the life sciences. Dr. Curtis Turnage, an ECSU alumnus, is the head of the Department and Mrs. Florence Hinton is the department secretary. Mr. Lavern Jones, Dr. Sekender, A. Khan, Dr. Bobby J. Lewis, Dr. A.U. alam, and Dr. T.V. Beasley are faculty persons within the Department. Dr. Curtis Turnage, Chairperson 69 Business And Economics Offering a rich program of professional education for students who wish to achieve responsibility in the world of business and education, the Department of Business and Economics has major programs leading to degrees in Accounting, Business Administration, and a degree in Business Education on either the Basic or Comprehensive teaching levels. Designed to provide proficiciency and excellence in a rapidly growing area, these programs prepare undergrad- uate students with the skills needed to qualify for positions in business organizations, accounting firms, and at the federal, state, and local levels of government. The programs also give those students who wish to pursue a graduate degree an adequate background in business. The chairperson of the Department is Dr. John H. Carson and Mrs. Vera Storey is the secretary. Other faculty include: Mr. Harold Barnes, Mr. Md. Hanif Hafiz, Dr. William Lane, Mr. Ronald Moore, Dr. Abdul Naz, Dr. Lawrence Noyes, Mr. Ronald G. Penny, Ms. Demetra Y. Tyner, Mrs. Jill P. Walton, Mr. Michael Worthington and Mrs. Sutton. Dr. John H. Carson, Chairperson 70 Education And Psychology m 4 Chaired by Dr. Edyth Cole, the Department of Education and Psychology provides the professional education courses for all teacher education programs offered here at ECSU. It trains students to be effective teachers at all levels of teaching ranging from Early Childhood Education to Secondary Education. The Department offers non-teaching career options to students as well. State requirements are met for all elementary, secondary, and special subject teaching majors. The Department also has a Special Education Program and non-teaching major in Psychology which offers training for clinical and community psychology. Faculty persons are as follows: Dr. James C. Agazie, Dr. Lois W. Green, Ms. Valerie Villines, Dr. James Hedgebeth, Mrs. Faleese M. Jenkins, Mr. Claudie J. Mackey, Dr. Catherine McGrogan, Dr. Hagop S. Pambookian, Dr. Andrew L. Roberts, Dr. Eloise B. Roberts, Mrs. Elizabeth T. Sessoms (deceased), Mrs. Valerie W. Vaughan, Ms. Rebecca A. Ware, Mrs. Margaret C. White, and Dr. Olive R. Wilson. The secretary of the department is Mrs. Joyce C. Dorsey. 4 4 Dr. Edyth B. Cole, Chairperson 71 Geosciences Elizabeth City State University provides modern curricula in Geology, Geography, Environmental Science and Environ- mental Education. With a present shortage of geologists, the employment outlook for graduates in the area of study i s excellent. The Department offers a B.S. degree in Geology and minor programs designed to strengthen majors in areas which relate to them, including Social Sciences, Chemistry, Biology, and Industrial Arts. A summer Geology camp involves students in a travel learning experience in Arizona, Colorado and Utah. This trip is designed for senior within the Department. Dr. Wiley Rogers is the chairperson of the Department and Mrs. Doris Edmonds is the secretary. Mr. William Porter, Dr. Maurice Powers, and Dr. Francisco San Jaun are other faculty members. Dr. Wiley Rogers, Chairperson 72 General Studies Division The General Education Program provides the essential courses needed to meet the specific requirements for the twelve departments offering major degree programs. The coordinated and interrelated courses designated as liberal arts compose the General Education Program and provide fundamental knowledge and skills and also provide a broad cultural education. The program also provides opportunities for students to make courses in their field of major concentration in the Sophomore year and students are expected to complete the general education requirements during the Freshman and Sophomore years. Dr. Helen M. Caldwell, Chairperson 73 Industrial Arts And Technology With a curriculum utilizing a blend of the modern technology and industry focus, the Department of Industrial Arts and Technology offers course leading to B.S. degrees in Industrial Arts Education and Industrial Technology. The programs provide excellent technical and profession background in modern laboratories and classrooms. Graduates of the ECSU Industrial Technology program have been among the most sought-after alumni in recent years and hold responsible positions with competitive salaries The curriculum also prepares students to teach Industrial Arts in elementary, junior, and senior high schools. Students completing the Industrial Arts Education program are qualified to apply for appropriate teaching certificates issued by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction and by other states. Dr. Henry Foskey, Jr. is the department chairperson and Ms. Lubertha James is the secretary. Mr. William Gibson, Dr. Ellis Lawrence, Dr. Davis McFadden, and Dr. Bishop M. Patterson are other faculty members. Dr. Henry Foskey, Jr., Chairperson 74 Mathematical Sciences m While offering three degree programs, the Department of Mathematical Sciences also provides general education courses in Introduction to College Mathematics, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and a wide range of other courses in undergraduate mathematics. The program offered by the Department includes one which prepares students for teaching secondary level mathematics in public schools, one which prepares students for employment in government, industry and business corporations, and Computer Science degree program which provides extensive classroom and laboratory activities to give the student formal knowledge and practical experience in the areas of computer sciences. Dr. Sohindar S. Sachdev is the chairperson of the Department and Mrs. Izila Mouring is the secretary. Other faculty person include Dr. Ida Doraiswamy, Dr. Tesfa Haile, Mrs. Linda Hayden, Dr. Edward lanni, Mrs. Georgia Lawrence, Dr. Vadim Ranskin, Dr. Louise Sutton, and Mrs. Sarah Ziemba. Dr. Sohinder S. Sachdev, Chairperson 75 Modern Languages The Department of Modern Languages provides all students with integrated experiences and learnings in the English language, literature, communications, speech, drama, and foreign languages. The Department seeks to develop proficien- cy in the language arts within all students enrolled in the University. It offers an English teaching major and a non- teaching program with specialities in drama, news media, and pre-professional speech pathology. The Department offers a minor in French or Spanish for majors of any discipline and a Honors Program whose aim is enrichment rather than acceleration. The University student publications, The Compass a.nd The Viking, are advised through this Department. The Department of Modern Languages is always willing to assist any and all students in understanding and appreciating their own literary heritage and that of other cultures. Chaired by Dr. Anne M. Henderson, the Department of Modern Languages has an exceptionally skilled and learned faculty. Among the faculty are Dr. Walter D. Boswell, Dr. Carlton R. Deonanan. Dr. Venus Deonanan, Mr. Edwin Duke, Dr. Carol C.Jones, Dr. Samuel C. Moore, Mr. Bernard L. Peterson, Mr. Shawn Smith, Mrs. Hazel G. Spellman, and Dr. Robert E. Thorne. Ms. Robin Beamon is the department secretary. Dr. Anne M. Henderson, Chairperson 76 Music With the aim of meeting the musical needs and interest of students in the University, the Department of Music offers a four-year liberal arts program which leads to a B.A. in Music. Music Merchandising and Music and Related Arts are the two degree tracks of the Department ' s program and provisions may be made to emphasize one ' s principal applied music instrument. The Department is currently planning a new degree program in Music Engineering which will prepare students for careers in studio engineering and technology. Dr. Edna L. Davis serves as the department chairperson and Mrs. Rosa Sawyer is the department secretary. Mr. Leonard R. Ballou, Mr. Wilson Bryant, Dr. Rachel W. Gragson, Dr. Wesley M. Gragson, Mr. Billy C. Hines, Dr. Sherrick S. Hiscock, Mr. Willie G. McElroy, Dr. Floyd L. Robinson, and Mr. Robert Thomas are other faculty persons within the Department. Dr. Edna L. Davis, Chairperson 77 Physical Education And Health The Department of Physical Education and Health offers courses leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education. The Department interrelates with the Student Activities Coordinator to help provide extra-xurricular activities for students. As well as providing courses to satisfy the General Studies requirements, the Department also provides electives which teach students knowledge, skills, and rules of sports for leisure time activities. Dr. W. Curtis Williams is the chairperson and Mrs. Addie W. Griffin is the department secretary. Mrs. MoUie Beasley, Mr. Thomas Caldwell, Mr. Samuel Holmes, Mr. Alvin Kelley, Mr. Thurlis J. Little, Jr. Mr. Claudie Mackey, Mr. Arthur Mitchell, Mrs. Georgia L. Smith, Dr. Trina S. Talag, and Mr. Robert L. Vaughan are faculty members within the department. Dr. W. Curtis Williams, Chairperson 78 Physical Sciences The Department of Physical Sciences provides quality curricula in Chemistry for students preparing for secondary school teaching and non-teaching careers in chemistry. It also offers a non-teaching curriculum in Physics designed to prepare students for advanced studies in Physics and provides a background to continue in a physics program at another institution. Dr. Md. Ashraful Alam is the chairperson of the Department and Ms. Hermanda Hayes is the secretary. Other faculty include: Dr. Ashraf U. Alam, Dr. A Latif Choudhury, Dr. Ali Khan, Dr. Sultana A. Khan, and Dr. Edmond B. Koker. Dr. Md. Ashraful Alam, Chairperson 79 ROTC The primary objective of the Military Science Program at Elizabeth City State University is to procure and train college students to qualify as Commissioned Officers in the United States Army upon graduation. Besides placing emphasis on the fundamentals common to all divisions of the Army, acceptance into the Reserve Officer ' s Training Corps entitles students to subsistance pay and offers a scholarship program which pays all fees except room and board and provides a generous monthly allowance to scholarship recipients. The curriculum is divided into the Basic Course and Advanced Course leading to a commission in the United States Army. Major Roosevelt Adams, Asst. Professor 80 Social Sciences The Department of Social Sciences provides teaching and non-teaching degree programs for majors in Social Sciences and non-teaching degree programs in Criminal Justic, History, Political Science, Sociology, and Sociology PreSocial Work. The Department also offers courses which acquaint students with social groupings and social forces which affect human behavior. To help students better understand their own personalities and to identify ways in which social institutions can be improved through the contributions of the individual is a major objective of the Department. In addition, it provides courses required in the General Education curricular patterns of all departments. Dr. Melvin L. Murphy, Chairperson 81 Registrar ' s Office Mr. Tommy M. Foust, Registrar Financial Aid Office The Financial Aid Program at Elizabeth City State University is designed to assist students and their parents in financing their postsecondary education. Students who are enrolled, or accepted for enrollment, and are citizens or permanent residents of the United States are eligible to apply for financial aid. Assistance is available to eligible students in the form of grants, loans, scholarships and employment. Some institutional aid is available to foreign students. The Financial Aid staff here at ECSU includes Mrs. Alma M. Newby, director; Mrs. Gilbertine Griffin, secretary; Mrs. Barbara Simpson; Mr. James Taylor; and Mrs. Juliette Zacharay. Mrs. Alma M. Newby, Director 83 Data Processing The Data Processing Center renders service to the University in several areas. It assists the administrative offices in the applicability of data-processing operations, in the performance of systems analysis required in program development, and in designing forms for computer-data processing utilization. Some examples are the processing of student grade reports, student financial reports, registration and reports for budget accounting. In-service classes are conducted periodically for faculty and staff members who wish to upgrade their knowledge of data processing. Mr. Joseph S. White, Director 84 Office Of Summer School Dr. James Townes, Director 85 Maintenance Mr. William R. Turner, Supervisor Housekeeping SS ' i » 1 mmW Mr. Jimmy Turner, Director 87 Personnel Office Mrs. Brenda M. Overton, Director 88 Admissions And Recruitment The primary functions of the Office of Admissions are to obtain all necessary information required for admissions, evaluate academic records, make determinations of eligibility for admissions, notify applicants of decisions rendered concerning admissions, and coordinate a smooth transition of students from high school and or college to Elizabeth City State University. The primary functions of th Recruitment component are actual student matriculation of enrollment and indentification of and assistance to prospective students in securing and understanding information and forms for applying to the University. Mr. Harold H. Murrill, Director 89 Infirmary The University Health Center, located in Cardwell-Hoffler Infirmary, is staffed with a part-time physician, a registered nurse, and nurse ' s aides to provide health care and supervise health services for the University community. The University does not provide all medical, nor pharmaceutical, nor dental, nor psychological service. The responsibility for providing adequate health services is delegated to the University Physician, accompanied by the Supervisor of Health Services, in cooperation with the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. A student initially admitted to the University must provide evidence of a complete physical examination on a medical form provided by the Director of Admissions and certified by a physician. In addition to this initial examination, the student may be required to have a physical examination during any time the student is enrolled at the University. All other students are required to submit, upon returning other times, complete health forms and evidence of a serology test. A student cannot be officially admitted until a health record is submitted and approved by the appropriate officials. Mrs. Jean Robertson, Staff Nurse 90 a Security For the protection of campus and visiting personnel as well as institutional facilities, Elizabeth City State University has a security force with officers on duty 24 hours a day. They are charged with enforcing institutional rules, procedures and regulations, including campus traffic and parking regulations. The University community is expected to comply with the University rules, procedures and regulations. Officers ' authority extends on and off campus, including the power of arrest, in their dual role as institutional security officers and deputy sheriffs of Pasquotank County. The Security Office is located in Thomas-Jenkins Hall. Mr. James M. Hoggard, Chief 91 G.R. Little Library The G.R. Little Library is a fully air conditioned, well-lighted, comfortable two-level structure. It is an attractive center for intellectual life on the campus. Its primary purpose is to provide the book and non-book materials needed to support and stimulate classroom instruction and programs of research. As an integral part of the instructional process, the resources and services of the Library contribute significantly to the total educational program of the University. Through the cooperation of the staffs of the Basie Education and Enrichment Program, the Department of Modern Languages, the Library, and other components, freshmen are provided experiences and given systematic instruction in the effective and efficient use of library materials so that books can contribute to their intellectual development. Dr. Claude W. Green, Adminis trative Librarian 92 University Stores Mr. Pedro Holley, Manager Of University Stores Mrs. Deborah Stokeley, Manager Of Bookstore special Services The Special Services Program offers assistance to any qualified student who meets the low-income criteria established by the United States Commissioner of Education, or who is physically disabled, or has limited English-speaking ability, and who is accepted or already enrolled. Special Services assists young people in achieving their post-secondary academic ambitions and encourages them to go on to graduate or professional educational programs. Special Services offers tutoring, a Language Arts Center and special counseling for students in personal, academic, and vocational matters. ECSU Special Services staff includes: Mr. Joseph A. Demsey, director; Mrs. Valerie Lumsden, secretary; Ms. Maxine Baskerville, coordinator; Mrs. Susan Mahaffey, Language Arts Center Supervisor. Mr. Joseph A. Dempsey, Director 94 Bedell Cafeteria Bedell Hall, an attractive hexagon-shaped air conditioned cafeteria capable of serving 2000, was completed in 1969 and named for the late Mamie Bedell (1910-1971), former food service supervisor. Mr. Leander Hill, Manager — Gourmet Services, Inc. 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Lee Louise Lee 102 Kenneth Lewis Tarone Lindsey Jacqueline Lorenson Lyman Johnson Algie H. Mabry, Jr. Andrea Mack Beverly Mackey Celeta Mann Volanda Mann Anna McClain Reginald McDowell Dunham McManus Juanita Midgette Berniia Miller Sharon Miller 103 Chiquiia Mitchell Bertha W. Moore Jennifer Murphy JoAnn Murphy Godwin D. Obikpe Howard Oglesby Timothy Okeke Joe Parker Jonathan Parker Willie Parson Vera Patillo Linda Patrick Marvin Pettaway Selina Pittman Steve Pope 104 La-Rita Powell Melvin Rawles Valgena Respass Clara Riddick Debbie Riddick Gregory Robertson Cynthia Rogers Mark Rook Tyrone Ruff in Gladys Saunders Gary Savage Aelia Sawyer Brenda Sawyer Lemoine Sawyer Lynette Sawyer 105 Myra Sawyer Jerry Sexton Rachel Smith Michelle Snowden Allen Speller Myra Spencer Harvey Spencer Deborah Spruill Dwighi Sutton Denise Taliaferro Herbert Thames Freda Tillett Gail Toole Michael Tyson Vanessa Tyson 106 Rita Vaughn Kathryn Vann Barbara Ward Valerie Watson Becky Whitaker Marie Whitaker Amy White Claudra White Eric White Sarah White Ricky Wilkins Diane Williams Lisa Williams Peggy Williams Vickie Williams 107 Faye Wills James Woodard Johnny Woodbury Joyce Wright Camilla Worley Miss Elizabeth City State University 1984-85 Shirley Ann James Shirley Ann James, Miss Elizabeth City State University 1984-85, was born on January 4, 1963. She is a native of Elizabeth City, North Carolina and a 1981 graduate of Northeastern High School. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe James, Sr. of Elizabeth City. During her tenure here at ECSU, Shirley has been active in several organizations and taken part in many activities. She served as a judge for the Mr. Miss Black Teenage World Pageant at Meredith College in July 1984 and served as a hostess for Coca-Cola for the 1985 CIAA Tournament. Miss James is a member of Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society and Phi Beta Lamda Club. She has also been named to the Honor Roll, Chancellor ' s List and Vice Chancellor ' s List on several occasions. Miss James enjoys public speaking, modeling, playing tennis and meeting new people. A senior Business Administration major, she plans to further her education by attending graduate school. 109 Students who are interested in attending an institution nestled in surroundings of early historical sites of America and rich in a wide variety of excellent opportunities for tours, fun and invigorating sports will find ECSU, which is based in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, near the mouth of the Pasquotank River, to be an ideal place to study. Elizabeth City State University offers students opportuni- ties to pursue degree programs in the relatively mild climate of the great Albemarle Sound area. In addition to providing an intriguing location combining history and ro- mantic legend, facilities for hunting and fishing, and unlimited opportuni- ties for pleasant living, ECSU offers varied social, cultural, religious, re- creational and educational programs, organizations, clubs, fraternities and sororities. 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Jr. Coach Little wonders what ' s up Basil Moye Frank Owens John Ray Parker Gregory Pearsall William KicharcKon VC ' illiam Roherlson 132 Marcus Turner Tommie Vaughan Percey Wacson Johnny Whitehurst Henry Wilkerson Stanley Whirehurst. staff Claude Wilkins 133 Sharon Graves Bettina Guynn and Lagina Frink Pat Dancy Valerie Davis, Odessa Blount, and Valerie Croker 1984-85 Girls 134 Alvin Kelly, Coach Ronnie Autry, Student Coach Kathy Blount, Eliza Stokes, and Michelle Byrd Juanita Barnes Selena Freeman, Angela Johnson, and Carmen Judkins Basketball Team 135 Pom-Pom Squad Mrs. Ruth Williams, Advisor Mrs. Miriam Jackson, Advisor 136 Fiscal Affairs Mr. Roger A. McLean, Vice Chancellor No. Name CI Pos Hgt Wgt High School Hometown 4 Odessa Blunt 2 G 57 108 Plymouth Plymouth, NC 10 Pat Dancy 1 G 5 ' 6 130 Tarboro Tarboro, NC 12 Kathy Blount 3 G 57 124 John A. Holmes Edenton, NC 14 Bettina Guynn 2 G 5 ' 6 126 Ferguson Newport News, VA 20 Lagina Frink 1 F 5 ' 8 123 West Columbia Chadboun, NC 21 Michelle Byrd 1 G 5 ' 5 140 Laney Wilmington. NC 22 Angela Johnson 2 F C 6 ' 2 148 Ferguson Newport News, VA 23 Valerie Davis 3 G 57 118 Famlica Alliance, NC 24 Eliza Stokes 1 G 5 ' 6 135 Marshall Walker Richmond, VA 30 Valerie Croker 4 G 57 140 Smithfield,Smithfield, VA 32 Juanita Barnes 3 F G 510 150 Indian River Chesapeake, VA 35 Carmen Judkins 3 C 6 ' 1 160 Denbigh Newport News, VA 40 Sharon Graves 3 C 6 ' 1 180 Bethel Hampton, VA 42 Selena Freeman 2 F C 6 ' 1 170 Belhaven Belhaven, NC 142 1984-85 Mens Basketball Team H =2 HHHHHHr3£ Mr. Robert L. 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Modern Dance Group Dr. Trina Talag, Advisor The University Players The 1984-85 year proved to be another exciting and productive one for the University Players at ECSU. The Players opened the year with an acclaimed production of One Flew Over The Cuckoo ' s Nest, based on Ken Kesey ' s novel about life in an airy mental institution. Directed by Shawn Smith, head of the ECSU theatre program, the comedy-drama played to full houses and received acclaim from the local press. The Daily Advance critic considered Cuckoo ' s Nest . . . " an energetic and fast-moving production, thanks to the fine performances and expert directing. " The large cast of eighteen students and faculty actors was highlighted by the strong portrayals of Gary Wayne Savage as the hero Randle P. McMurphy, Vera V. Patillo as the evil Nurse Ratched, David Raper as Chief Bromden, Vernel Barco as Dale Harding, and Walter Edens as Billy Bibbit. During the November 1984 run of One Flew Over the Cuckoo ' s Nest, a special performance was given for the students of Northampton County High School — West. The National Epicureans of Eliza- beth City were treated to a dinner-theatre presentation of the play in the Kermit White Graduate Center. A major event of the year was the renovation of the Little Theatre during the Spring Semester. Through the efforts of Chancellor Jimmy R. Jenkins, money was allocated to enlarge the theatre ' s seating capacity, install a completely new theatrical lighting system, and to construct dressing rooms for the actors. The renovations have made the Little Theatre one of the best theatrical facilities in the area. Another " behind the scenes " important event occured during the year. The enthusiams of the drama students led to the re- establishment of ECSU of the Phi Zeta chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary dramatic fraternity. 160 As renovation of the Little Theatre progressed throughout the second semester, the Players ' next major production in March 1985 was given an " environmental " staging in the Kermit White Graduate Center, which was filled to overflowing audiences delighted by William Inge ' s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Picnic. With both audience and actors on the same level, the effect made theater-goers feel as though they were actually sitting in the back yard of Flo Owen ' s house. The result of this kind of staging and David Raper ' s realistic setting was praised by theatre critics, and the Da VjAJva ice proclaimed, " f c iyc successfully brings comedy and tears to the area. " The romantic comedy, directed by Kenneth Lanier, featured Irvin Brown and Joycelyn Proctor as two young people who fall in love against strong odds at a Labor Day picnic. Other impressive performances were given by Sheila Reid, Atleacia Stokes, James Runyon, Vera Patillo, Jacqueline Weddington, Gary Sheared, Edita Perkins, Shirley Ann James and Vernel Barco. 161 One month following the local presentation of Picnic, the Players trouped to Northampton County for another outstanding performance of the play. Each year the University Players acquire more and more theatre patrons as the group continues to strive for quality in both acting and scenic production values. The goal of the Players is to bring the best of live theatre to the University and the Albemarle area. The acclaim of the past year offers encouragement to the theatre students that the goal is being reached. 162 Who ' s Who Mamie L. Bailey Calvin Bowe Elected as the next Student Government Association President, Mamie goes into Calvin vi orked for three years in the Security Department here on campus. Accord- the position with a great deal of leadership experience. She has served as vice ing to Myrtle L.Johnson, secretary of Security. " Calvin has the ability to adjust and president of her Freshman Class; recording secretary for the Student Government; adapt to people and situations. He is ambitious to learn and to advance. " A and parliamentarian for the Sigma Doves. Mamie also was an active member of the Criminal Justice major, he was treasurer this year for Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Math Computer Science Club, as well as being a Cadet in the ECSU ROTC. Inc. Andrew J. Cherry Karla D. Crump A Psychology Major, Andrew has maintained membership in the Psychology Club. Karla has been a definite asset to the University Choir. Her leadership abilities In 198. he served as vice ' president of the club. Under the leadership of Dr. J. were executed while serving as president of the choir this past year; vice president Hedgebeth, associate professor in the Education and Psychology Department, he of the Social Science Club; and as a member of the Extended Education Committee, worked as a computer intern at UNCChapcl Hill and has done research on the For two years, Karla added her finess to the annual Coronation of Miss ECSU by personality. being Mistress of Ceremonies. Although involved in many other clubs and organi- zations, Karla remained loyal and dedicated to Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Inc. 164 James C. Dance Angela Doles Dcstribod by some as an excellent student, James is definitely deserving of such Angela Doles has been a very active student here at ECSU. During her years here, honor. He was an active member of the Math Computer Science Club and worked she was involved in the Pep Club, N.A.A.C.P., and several other organizations. She as a lab assistant in the Computer Lab. In 1983, he served as Special Assistant to the vvas elected to serve as " Miss Sophomore " during her sophomore year. She was a President of the Student Government Association. James is a member of Alpha member of the ECSU Marching Band and was a colorguard. Her latest achieve- Kappa Mu National Honor Society. mem was her working as Corresponding Secretary for the Student Government Association. Anthony Ford Cora Lee Hall Prtsidoni of the Senior Class. Anrhony Ford was definitely an outstanding student One who always was striving academic excellence. Cora Hall was a member of here on campus. He has held other leadership roles on campus like the vice- Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society. She also was a member of Alpha Kappa president of the Junior Class, teasurer of the Criminal Justice club, and Superinten- Alpha Sorority, Inc. Cora hopes to attend graduate school after graduation. She dent of the U.CR.F. Sunday School. Anthony was also a member of Kappa Alpha was an active member of Phi Beta Lambda Business Club. Psi Fraternity. 165 Who ' s Who Antonio Higgs Antonio Higgs has been ihc recipient of numerous awards and honors. In addition !0 being named VC ' hos t ho, Antonio has received the Norih Carolina Prospective Teachers Scholarship for several years. He has worked as tutor for the B.E.E.P. program here at ECSU. Antonio has also been active in the Student Government Association and has contributed time to decorating for the Annual Coronation of Miss ECSU. Frederica Higgs Like her brother, Frederica has been active during her four years here at HCSU. She has worked on the Coronation Committee and with the Student Government Assocation. She is member of the Early Childhood Education Club, Librar) ' Club, and Social Science Club. Vernestine Kent Anthony Lewis First runner-up to Miss ECSU 1984-85, Vernestine Kent has been involved in all facets of University life. She has added time and knowledge to the continuing process of campus life. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society, National Dean ' s List, and the Pan Hellenic Council. She also is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Determined to be successful. Anthony Lewis has been a worthy selection of Who ' s Who. Tony was the recipient of the Scholarcade scholarship and received other honors while here at ECSU. He served as vice-president of his sophomore class and is a member of Phi Beta Lambda Business Club. He is also a member of the ECSU Marching, Concert, Pep, and Jazz Band. 166 Jacqueline Lonensol Jacqueline C. Lorensen is a member of the Business and Professional Women Organization, She has been on the Chancellor ' s List for several semesters and has been active in her academic department. She was active also in the student Government Association. Algie H. Mabry, Jr. Worthy of emulation by fellow students, Algie H. Mabry. Jr. is a student who has done much for the University. He has worked on many committees, clubs, and other organizations. He was the Editor of the school newspaper this year and was the recipient of the E.M. Spellman Award and Publication Award. He was also president of Alpha Kappa MU National Honor Society and a member of the ECSU marching Band. Gregory Mallory Jennifer Murphy Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Chi. University Choir are among the many clubs that Gregorv Mallory was active in. He was also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and the Army ROTC program. Greg was also active in the Special Education club here on campus. A Teacher Education major. Jennifer Murphy was active in the Student Govern- ment Association. She also was a member of the Library Club, Pre Alumni Club, Circle K, and Veterans Club. She has been on the Honor Roll on several occasions. 167 Who ' s Who Valgena Reposs Fred Smith A member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Valgena was also a member of Alpha Selected for membership into Alpha Chi Honor Society, Fred Smith is another Kappa Mu National Honor Society. She worked as Treasurer of the Honor Society worthy candidate of Who ' s Who. He has placed on the Honor Roll and Chancel- during her Senior year. She was also a member of the ECSU Gospel Choir and the lor ' s List on several occasions. He has done research and monitored solar energy Physical Science Club. oa a system that is expected to be installed on our campus. Mark Stevenson Michael Tyson The recipient of a $10,000 fellowship, Mark Stevenson has been an inspiration to Commissioned as an Infantry Second Lieutenant through the ROTC Program. ECSU. A member of the U.C.R.F., he also was active in the Ushers Guild, Health Michael Tyson was a criminal justice major, a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Careers Club, and the Math and Computer Science Club. He was vice-President of Fraternity and SGA Vice President. His military assignment will be in Kansas. Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society. 166 Anthony Washington Jackie Weddington A niemher of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Pan Hellenic Council, and the yearbook One of the leading actresses in the University Players. Jackie Weddington has used staff. Anthony worked as treasurer of the Student Government Association during the stage to give back to E(!SU. She is a wonderful actress, student, and citizen. She his sophonn)rL- year. He has made the Chancellor ' s List and received other honors is also a member of the Voung Democrat Club and has been involved with the for his academic excellence. Student Government Association. Timothy Okeke Shirley A. Jones Our Sludent Ciovernmcnt AssociJiion President for this year, Timothy Okeke has earned many honors and brought recognition to our University. He was involved in the Intcrnation Club, Alpha Chi, and Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society. Rounding out the list of Who ' s Who is Shirley Ann James. The epitome of Shirley ' s tenure at ECSU was her serving as Miss ECSU 1984-85. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society and Phi Beta Lambda Business Club. Shirley enjoys reading, traveling, and meeting people. She hopes to attend graduate school after graduating from ECSU. 169 Honors Program Dr. Carol C. Jones, Director 170 ECSU Cluster Organization Dr. Norman C. Camp, Advisor 171 Student Government Association In Action Alpha Kappa Muans In Action Mark Sicvenson is congratulated by Dr. Townes for receiving a fellowship for graduate study. Cadet Hope Carter shakes hands with Dr. Johnny Houston. 173 Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education, was founded March 8, 19 at the University of Illinois. Organized to recognize excellence in education, Kappa Delta Pi elects those to membership who exhibit the ideals of scholarship, high personal standards and promise in teaching and allie profes- sions. Due largely to the efforts of Dr. George H. Walker, former director of the Educuation Area at Elizabeth City State College, Kappa Delta Chapter No. 244 was installed here on our campus on February 8, 1964 by the Executive Director of the National Organization. There were 17 members — 16 stu- dents and 1 faculty person. Membership is open to those students who have completed 50 or more hours of college credits with a cumulative average not less than 3.25. New mem- bers are initiated each semester. 174 The World Of Sororities Fraternities Social Fellowships Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was fourjded in 1908 at Howard University. The motto " Service to all Mankind, " is learned as an Ivy leaf, and practiced when one becomes an AKA. Cross The Burning Sands Into The Land Of Wisdom, Strength, And Power With The Brothers Of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha Fratrnity was founded on December 4, 1906 by seven courageous young men at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. This marked the beginning of the first black greek-letter fraternity in the world. Today, there are over 90,000 members world-wide. The chapter here includes James Russell Coburn, Darryl Hamilton, Gregory Mallory, Steve Bly, Michael Tyson, Carey Green, Tony (Doc) Evans, Howard Oglesby, Willie Bertha, Melvin Rawles, Willie Lowe III, Calvin Bowe, Russell Perkins, Curtis Jackson, Darry Heath, Anthony Washington, Lee Overton, and Albert Harris. So Smooth, So Sauve, So Debonaire, That ' s What Gives Them That Kappa Flair! Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity The whole of Kappa Alpha Psi — its organizational structure its programming, its motivation, its publications and its projection — is in keeping with the Fraternity ' s Purpose of Achievement. From the organization ' s beginning, achievement has meant progressive accomplishment in the personal and group interest. The Kappas of Elizabeth City State University strive to uphold the objectives of the college through their motto. o Epsilon Alpha Chapter consisted of 17 young men who add style and class to what is to be considered " greek-life. " These members are Keith Mabray, James F. Gibson, Gregory S. Byrd, Ellis Everett, Gregory Watford, Craig L. Raye, Marvin O. Pettaway, Timothy Hicks, Johnnie T. McCoy, Tracy Hoggard, Anthony Ford, Len D. Baum, Colbert Respass, Darryl Suggs, Eugene Harris, Steve Lawrence and Derwin Overton. rexei-ujois lif l 180 gHj| y|dHaHH|PIBV 181 2 183 -t - .?- 1» Jl, t ♦- y. -. i ' ' J 184 m 185 186 187 189 190 191 192 193 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Phi Beta Sigma In 1914 on the campus of Howard University, Phi Beta Sigma was founded. Service, brotherhood, and scholarship form the philosophy of this greek organization. Royal blue and white are their colors and the pledge group is the Crescents. The motto, " Culture for Service and Service for Humanity, " has become the objective of Phi Beta Sigma. Most Sororities Represent The " Ideal Lady, " But Delta Sigma Theta is " The Epitome of Womanhood " " Intelligence is the Torch of Wisdom " is the strong belief held by the ladies of Delta Sigma Theta. Founded at Howard University, their colors are crimson and cream and the name of the pledge club is the Pyramids. Under the leadership this year of Stephanie Sessoms, Delta Chi Chapter experienced a very productive year. Almost every weekend and whenever possible, the Deltas participated in many community projects. One of the many highlights this year of Delta Chi ' s success was the crossing over of the " flawless and fierce Calendar Girls. " Congratulations are in order to Freddie, Vonnie, Squeak Babby, Hope, Mary Jane, and all of the rest.! Would History Repeat Itself And These Brothers Be Omitted Again? By Mercy Here They Are — The Brothers Of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Manhood, Scholarship, Perserverance, and Uplift are the four cardinal principles of Omega Psi Phi. Omega Psi Phi was founded m 1911 at Howard University. The pledge club is called the Lampodos and the motto is " Friendship is essential to the soul. " Members of Lambda Gamma Chapter include: Michael White, Michael Logan, Marvin Taliaferro, Kenneth Squire, Kevin Diggs, Charles Berry, Randy Gallop, Andrew Brown, Andre Smith, Duston Brooks, Richmond Wall, Reginald Langhorne, Tyrone Ruffm, Jerry Sexton, Anthony Lewis, Tyrone Eason, Joe Kennedy, Kelvin Bridgers, Haynes McCoy, Michael Woodruff, and Rodney Haggins. r% Spring Step-Show ! .jj? Before You Enter Into The Vineyard, You Must Be Greeted By A Brother Wine Psi Phi i MpMlg i i i ft i.tf .ft ft « V v [v.. Wine Psi Phi was founded March 2, 1959 on the campus of Howard University. Its founders, Roy Brown and John Manson, strived to bring young men together from all walks of life to initiate new experiences enabling them to be successful in any endeavors. To build a better brotherhood amongst the brothers is the motto of this organization. Throughout this school year, the chapter here has sponsored dances and talent shows. It has also rendered many hours of community work by sponsoring programs for several of the nursing homes in the area. ■; ' ' " • " -.. ' ■.fViirt ' ; Anthony " Moe " Morrison — dean of pledgees Joseph T. Shaw — assistant dean of pledgees Stevie " Stevie " Sutton — parliamentarian William " Pope " Roberton — secretary Tony Lassiter — treasurer Dennis Parker — vice-president Tyrone Grissett — president .?; r! ' i ' .- ' ;. ' i. ' r.-in Beta Phi Burgundy In 1970, Beta Phi Burgunday was founded. The colors of this organization are pink and burgundy. The name of its pledge club is the Raisenttes. " p Stepping Out With The Brothers Of 1 Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship The essence of Groove Phi Groove cannot be embellowed in a few short words; especially by one that holds not a swor . But the warmth of love and unity is so profound, until one often knows when a Groove is around. Their strength is as one, together their work is done. For these brothers standing tall, work for a cause. " It ' s no big thing but growing " and with each new growth Brotherhood is showing. For to be a Groove is to love your Brothers is what Groove is all about. Sophisticated, Popular, And Sociable Describe The Ladies Of Swing Phi Swing Swing Phi Swing Fellowship Inc. was founded in Winston-Salem, North Carolina on April 4, 1969 by a group of twelve women. This organization is the sister group of Groove Phi Groove. Its colors are black and white. Alpha Phi Omega Ernis A. Lee Lymon Johnson Alpha Phi Omega, a service organization, was founded in 1925 at Lafayette College. The Trefoils is the name of the pledge group. Blue and Gold are the organization ' s colors. " To be a friend, To be a leader, and To be of service " is the motto of Alpha Phi Omega. The members here on our campus are Benjamin Brown, Curtis Thompson, Cecil Weaver, Lymon Johnson, and Ernis A. Lee. Men Of The Rising Sun Kappi When in Rome, do as the Romans. When at Elizabeth City State University, do as the Greeks, Service, and Social organizations, strive for excellence and perfection. s Wine et IOTA 206 OUR CLASS WORK 210 211 From My Pad, My Thoughts, My Pen The responsibiliiy of compleiing another edition of The Viking fell on me once more. Ahhough I did not take full command of this book until the latter part of the spring semester, I eagerly stepped in and worked diligently. As Editor, I muse give thanks to those who made this book possible. Without the cooperation of Dr. Anne Henderson, Mr. Roger McLean, Ms. Rosa Johnson, Dr. Leon White, the Department of Modern Languages, and Dr. Jimmy R. Jenkins. Student participation with this edition was outstanding. I am very grateful to two young men who worked beyond the call of duty on this edition. Thanks Julius and Matt. Without your time and pictures none of this could have been possible. Also to the other students who assisted in some way, I thank you and encourage you to continue working on our school yearbook. Special recognition is in order to a person who acted as Editor often in my absence. Although the secretary of the Department of Modern Languages, Robin Beamon has been an asset to our staff. I could not end my long roster of thanks without thanking several people who all added to making my last semester here at ECSU one of my best. Way to go Vickie. Steve, Mike, and Jay! Of course I am grateful to my parents and sister who generated the inspiration I need. Always, there is that special friend who insisted that I only do the best and be the best. Lastly. I thank God for giving me the knowledge, skills, and determination to produce another yearbook. (P.S. — I hope that this shorter version of a testimony will make up for the quite long one from last year — Algie) -f ' PIS- Because of their never ending concern for our University, this edition of The Viking is being dedicated to the supporters of our great school. Without their financial contribution, time, and prayers, Elizabeth City State University would be at a great loss. There have been so many supporters that we are unable to name them one by one, but we are greatly appreciative of them. We ask that God will bless you for your kindness and fill your days with warmth and love. Once again, thank you and this book is for you. 213 ECSU ROTC Commissioning Ceremony Seven Cadets Receive Commission Seven ECSU Army ROTC Cadets were commissioned into the United States Army on Saturday, May 1 1 at the Kermit E. White Continuing Education and Graduate Center. Major General Edward Honor was the guest speaker. Those cadets commissioned received their appointments as Second Lieuten- ants in the U.S. Army. Among those commissioned were: Ly- man N. Johnson, a native of Buffalo, New York; Jeremiah Ledbetter, a native of Detroit, Michigan; Gregory V. Mal- lory, a native of Garysburg, N.C.; Andra C. Smith and Johnny C. Woodbury, na- tives of Norfolk, Virginia; Michael L. Tyson, a native of Wilson, N.C.: and Steve Sutton, a native of Hampton, Vir- ginia. 215 The 100th Commencement Convocation The Honorable Samuel R. Pierce Guest Speaker 216 I X- ,iti - ' r- P J Congratulations Class Of 1985 t :ls - ' T ' H l Tammy Ad Gregory Albritton Donna Allen Terry T. Allen Tammy Askew Christopher E. Austin Ronnie Autry Diamantina Bahrs Sonya A. Bailey . . Charles M. Banks . Michael G. Barnett . Sherol M. Bass Shirley J. Bazemore . Cynthia C. Beachman Samuel L. Beamon . . Vincent L. Beamon . , David Bell Donna L. Bell Dora M. Bennett Sarah E. Blanchard . Steve E. Bly Jackie Boone Alan J. Bowser . . Sherl B. Bowser . Karen A. Boyer . Elaine Braxton Annette L. Brown Cynthia R. Brown . Stephanie D. Brown . Anthony K. Buffaloe Lisa H. Bunch Cynthia I. Burnette Jarona A. Burrus . . Bruce B. Butler Gregory S. Byrd Barbara R. Cale Darlene C. Cannon Rita A. Carol Stanley J. Carson Anthony J. Carter . Yolanda D. Chandler Sandra D. Cherry Sharon A. Cherry . , Curtis Chesson Russell A. Coburn Sandra R. Colson . Sarah W. Cooley Frankie M. Cooper Jeffery A. Cooper , . Sandra M. Cooper Wanda Y. Corbin Mollie M. Colson 636 Piney Green Rd., Midway Park NC 28544 17917 Ave., Paterson NJ 07504 Rt. 5 Box 30, Elizabeth City NC 27909 nil Herrington Rd., Elizabeth City NC 27909 Edenton NC 1211 Fairfax Ave., Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 1 Box 247, Rocky Point NC 28457 Rt. 2 Box 497, Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. Box 229, Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 3 Box 304, Hertford NC 27944 113 Harrell St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 3 Box 1249, Ahoskie NC 27910 Rt. 3 Box 908, Williamston NC 27892 Sr. Box 292-Z, Kitty Hawk NC 27949 405 Perry St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 405 Perry St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 P.O. Box 367, Newport NC 28570 737 Luther St., Chesapeake VA 23320 Rt. 1 Box 160, Gatesville NC 27938 206 Simpson St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 4817 Snyder Ave., Brooklyn NY 11203 1502 P.O. Box 196, Potecasi NC 27867 Rt. 1 Box 838, Hertford NC 27944 304 Shepard St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 -Box 331 USCG Air Station, Elizabeth City NC 9404 Robert Burns Court, Charlotte NC 28213 Rt. 4 Box 631-W, Williamston NC 27892 Rt. 4 Box 631-W, Williamston NC 27892 406 Middlesex St., Norfolk VA 23523 P.O. Box 186, Potecasi NC 27867 Rt. Box 183, Edenton NC 27932 Rt. 1 Box 270-C, Hobgood NC 27843 Rt. 1 Box 204, South Mills NC 27976 11 Barleycone Ln., Rosemont PA 19010 483 Graham Ave., Paterson NJ 07501 1101 West Queen St., Edenton NC 27932 Rt. 1 Box 416, Camden NC 27921 Rt. 5 Box 133-A, Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 1 Box 322, Hertford NC 27944 1106 N. Karlox, Chicago IL 60651 . 1002 Robinson Rd., Portsmouth VA 23701 P.O. Box 446, Plymouth NC 27962 Rt. 1 Box 771, Plymouth NC 27962 107 Nichols Court, Plymouth NC 27962 Rt. 1 Box 266, Oak City NC 27857 Rt. 3 Box 790, Hertford NC 27944 P.O. Box 142, Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 1 Box 44-A, Camden NC 27921 , .2021 E. St. NE Apt. 4, Washington DC 20002 P.O. Box 2321, Elizabeth City NC 27909 595 Rutledge Ave., Charleston SC 29403 Rt. 2 Box 246, Hertford NC 27944 Mark S. Coulter .[, Bridgette L. Craddock Hallie E, Crump Karla D. Crump Thomas E. Cummings Debra L. Cunningham Yvonne D. Daise James C. Dance, Jr. Dora F. Davis Erin J, Davis Janet C. Dawson Angelia R. Debrew Sandra D. Debrow . Denise M. Dickerson Anna J. Digiovanni . Twanda D. Dixon Angela L. Doles Dallas A. Dunbar, Jr. George S. Edmond Anthony S. Elliott . Debra W. Elliot Michael A. Emmert Eula M. Etheridge . . Tony C. Evans T. Ellis Everett Joseph C. Everett, Jr. Paula C. Ewing Marylin E. Flythe ... Anthony L. Ford Marie A. Gabriel ... Felecia E. Gatling , . Jeffrey A. Gatling .. . Roland D. Gatling Stafford Gatling Laverne Gaylord Jennifer D. George Carey L. Green Cheryl J, Green Alesia M. Griffin . Donna E. Griffin Vera E. Griffin Yvette L. Griffin Brenda G. Grimes Tahira H. Hafiz Cora L. Hall Erica Harmon Barbara J. Harrell Cedric D. Harrell Renee R. Harris Robin M. Harrison Cynthia H. Headen Myron T. Hicks Frederica Higgs Deborah Hinton 7231 South Dobson, Chicago IL 60619 i. Rt. 1 Box 132, Magnolia NC 28453 . . . .223 Front St., Lumberton NC 28358 ' 13 Mimosa Crescent, Hampton VA 23661 . 700 South Roxboro St., Durham NC 27707 ,805 Cedar Street, Elizabeth City, NC 27909 B. . . 1614 S. Pitt St., Greenville, NC 27834 . . JulrHerrington Rd., Elizabeth City NC 27909 . Rt. 1 Box 921, Macclesfield NC 27852 8049 S. Burnham, Chicago IL 60617 .618 Liberator St., P.O. Box 1848, Elizabeth City NC " I 2013 Richard Ave., Hampton VA 23664 fc — Rt. 1 Box 63- A, Garysburg NC 27831 Rt. 3 Box 419, Elizabeth City NC 27909 , Apt. 26 Woodstock, Elizabeth City NC 27909 I Rt. 1 Box 77-A, Magnolia NC 28453 . . :34l6 Canterberry Dr., Portsmouth VA 23703 ' .1119 W. Main St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 . .811 Virginia St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 P " Rt. 1 Box 154, Linden NC 28356 Rt. 3, Box 498, Elizabeth City NC 27909 . 207 E. Burgess St. Apt-B, Elizabeth City NC 27909 , Rt. 1 Box 154, Elizabeth City, NC 27909 7037 Market St., Wilmington NC 28405 I .. . 100 S. Edenton Rd. St., Hertford NC 27944 j 2249 Shipyard Rd., Chesapeake VA 23323 804 E. First St., Ahoskie NC 27910 . . P.O. Box 44, Conway NC 27820 I 2411 E. Preston St., Baltimore MD 23607 .1257 North Avenue, Plainfield NJ 07062 1 1109 E. High St., Murfreesboro NC 27855 . , . .1035-23rd St., Newport News VA 23607 ; .1208 Winston St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 . Rt. 1 Box 293, Murfreesboro NC 27855 ; 406 Spellman St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 . .3126 Elizabeth Ave., New Bern NC 28560 207 Bunn Rd., Louisburg NC 27549 p Rt. 3 Box 549, Hertford NC 27944 ! Rt. 3 Box 450, Elizabeth City NC 27909 Star Rt. Box 18-A, South Mills NC 27976 Rt. 1 Box 243, Camden NC 27921 . . . Rt. 3 Box 450, Elizabeth City NC 27909 ■ P.O. Box 151, Roper NC 27970 . 02 Hunters Trail West, Elizabeth City NC „. P.O. Box 105, South Mills NC 27976 ■ Rt. 3 Box 148, Windsor NC 27983 I Rt. 5 Box 146, Hertford NC 27944 ' Rt. 3 Box 24-A, Edenton NC 27932 . . Rt. 2 Box 108, Elizabeth City NC 27909 13 Neville St., Portsmouth VA 23701 .... 501 E. Broad St. Apt.-B, Elizabeth City NC .188 Lawrence Place, Paterson NJ 07501 Rt. 1 Box 235, Enfield NC 27823 115 Goodwin Ave., Elizabeth City NC 27909 t W. Hinton Tracy J. Hoggard Jacob J. Horace Sharon R. Hosley Teresa D. Howington Clifford L. Hubbard Letricia Y. Hunter Clarissa D. Hurdle Sheila R. Hyman . . Judith O. Jackson Laurie R. Jacobs Shirley A. James Fredryn P. Jenkins Angela B. Johnson Lyman N. Johnson Clifford O. Jones Jean C. Jones Juanito J. Jones Priscilla V. Jones Richard Jones Ricky L. Jones Virtley J. Jones Gretchen L. Jordan Steven E. Jordan Robyn D. Keller Vernestine Kent Robyn M. Key Cheryl D. King Pretlo V. Knight Raymond Kubitz Ina D. Lane Angela K. Lassiter , . Alethea Leary Tanya F. Leary Jeremiah J. Ledbetter Deborah J. Lee Frances E. Leigh Michael T. Logan Jacqueline C. Lorensen Algie H. Mabry, Jr. Beverly R. Mackey Philip B. Mackey Howard L. Majeite Gregory V. Mallory Jacqueline D. Mallory Celeta M. Mann . . Volanda M. Mann Delois A. Manners Ruth E. Maynard Anna E. McClain Wilma N. McCol lough Ronald E. McDaniel Clifton E. McDaniels Reginald S. McDowell tepara St., ciizaoetn Aty i 809 Wilson St., Plymouth NC 27962 Church Manor Apt. 8-C, Smithfield VA 23420 .667 Fairburn Rd. NW, Atlanta GA 30331 i. .1115 East High St., Murfreesboro NC 27855 3-D Carver Courts, Kinston NC 28501 ,615 Piney Green Rd., Midway Park NC 28544 ,. . 204 Roanoke Ave., Elizabeth City NC 27909 I Rt. 2 Box 191, Plymouth NC 27962 Rt. 1 Box 101-A, Ahoskie NC 27910 1403 River Rd. P.O. Box 160, Elizabeth City NC .SP-41 Spaulding Park, Elizabeth City NC 27909 5002 12th St. NE, Washington DC 20017 Rt. 1 Box 196, Seabord NC 27876 Rt. 1 Box 92-C, Shannon NC 28386 L . . Rt. 2 Box 389, Wake Forest NC 27587 [. .609 Hunter St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 i . 115 Sunrise Ave., Portsmouth VA 23701 i .5106 Ray Road, Spring Lake NC 28390 . .213 West 6th St., Washington NC 27889 I . V-179 Craven Terrace, New Bern NC 28560 I Rt. 3 Box 387, Smithfield VA 23430 .136 Walker St., Edenton NC 27932 Rt. 1 Box 520, Tyner NC 27980 .529 E. Marshall St., Norristown PA 19401 r Rt. 1 Box 156, Lucama NC 27851 . 07 Roanoke Ave., Elizabeth City NC 27909 5 .400 E. Broad St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 V Rt. 1 Box 103-C, Halifax NC 27839 |. .108 Bruce Dr., Elizabeth City NC 27909 . Rt. 1 Box 6, South Mills NC 279 6 . . Rt. 1 Box 108-A, Conway NC 27820 P.O. Box 361, Colerain NC 27924 ,1 Box 13, Shiloh NC 27974 . 2650 Clairmount, Detroit MI 48206 .606 York St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 1 Box 374, Creswell NC 27928 200 Colony Acres Drive, Charlotte NC 28210 717 Willow Lake Dr. Apt. 12, Virginia Beach VA 304 Stonewall Street, Franklin VA 23851 Rt. 1 Box 13-C, Engelhard NC 27824 .— . . 603 Edge St., Ellizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 3 Box 186D, Ahoskie NC 27910 ). Rt. 1 Box 57, Garysburg NC 27831 t . X X .0 Shannon St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 [ Rt. 1 Box 123, Engelhard NC 27824 Rt. 1 Box 101, Swan Quarter NC 27885 ' 42 Granger Dr., Hampton VA 23666 . P.O. Box 254, Moyock NC 27958 Rt. 2 Box 47, Hiddenite NC 28636 . P.O. Box 183, Elizabeth City 27909 i . . Rt. 3 Box 64. New Bern NC 28560 Star Route 2, Camden NC 27921 r rrr. Box 1394, Elizabethtown NC 28337 Timothy T. McLendon Juanita Midgette Bernita M. Miller Sharron A. Miller Rosa B. Minor Bernitta Mitchell Chiquita D. Mitchell Bertha W. Moore Shirley D. Moore Jennifer B. Murphy . JoAnn Murphy ... Stephen C. Nowell Godwin D. Obikpe Ephiram H. Oglesby . Timothy C. Okeke Patricia A. Overton Joe L. Parker Jonathan K. Parker Willie M. Parson Veronica L. Peters Marvin O. Pettaway Erma T. Phillips Leon R. Pickett Selina Pittman Steve Pope Larita S. Powell Sharon M. Powell .. . Kathleen Raynor Valgena Respass Debbie M. Riddick Kevin L. Rippy Naomi L. Roberts Gregory L. Robertson Deborah C. Robinson Cynthia A. Rogers . Mark A. Rook Tyrone G. Ruffin . Leatonja Sallee Marylin L. Sanders Gary W. Savage Arelia D. Sawyer Cynthia D. Sawyer Felice L. Sawyer Felicia L. Sawyer . Myra L. Sawyer Stephanie L. Sessoms Jerry E. Sexton David M. Smallwood Andra C. Smith Rachel M. Smith Michelle A. Snowden Allen W. Spefler Myra C. Spencer 359 South Jeffords St., Florence SC 29501 [ 432 Colston, Albemarle NC 28001 W. Burgess St. Apt. C, Elizabeth City NC P.O. Box 723, Laurinburg NC 28352 Rt. 1 Box 221, Kenansville NC 28349 Rt. 1 Box 200, Edward NC 27821 Rt. 2 Box 192, Aulander NC 27805 . Rt. 1 Box 49, South Mills NC 27976 411 Maryland Ave., Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 6 Box 245, Elizabeth City NC 27909 .5250 Hwy 17 N., Pollocksville NC 28573 . 27-B Carver Courts, Kinston NC 28501 Rt. 1 Box 18, Belvidere NC 27919 Box 796 ECSU, Elizabeth City NC 27909 .1320 Ridge Place S.E., Washington DC 20020 504 Bonner Dr., Elizabeth City NC 27909 , . 908 Walker Ave., Elizabeth City NC 27909 t .310 Raleigh Rd., Rocky Mount NC 27801 I Rt. 1 Box 766, Plymouth NC 27962 .... .321 Market St., Hertford NC 27944 Rt. 1 Box 133, Jacksonville AL 36265 i. 813 Jackson Lane, Kinston NC 28501 Rt. 1 Box 765, Edenton NC 27932 r .421 Perry St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 2 Box 423, Grifton NC 28530 .2395 Boulevard Dr. S.E., Atlanta GA 30317 708 Laurel Ave., Elizabeth City NC 27909 1870 Cascade St., Fayetteville NC 28301 Rt. 2 Box 553, Ahoskie NC 27910 . Rt. 2 Box 328, Columbia NC 27925 ... 305 Culpepper St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 110 S. Road St. Apt. 103, Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 1 Box 103, Edenton NC 27932 1207 Mitchell Dr., Elizabeth City NC 27909 1328 Van Buren St. NW, Washington DC 20012 Rt. 4 Box 430, Windsor NC 27983 I Rt. 1 Box 23, Garysburg NC 27831 . 5429 Bass Place SE, Washington DE 20019 103 Wilson St., Portsmouth, VA 23701 Box 214, Jarvisburg NC 27947 .613 Greenfield Blvd., Greenville NC 27834 f Rt. 1 Box 58, Shawboro NC 27973 Rt. 1 Box 276, Camden 27921 . Rt. 10, Box 26, Florrence SC 29501 Rt. 10, Box 26, Florence SC 29501 . Rt. 1 Box 192, Shawboro NC 27983 384 Hobson Avenue, Hampton VA 23661 . Rt. 1 Box 615, Rich Square NC 27869 . ..Rt. 1 Box 249-B, Windsor NC 27983 .5514 Brickell Rd., Norfolk VA 23502 P.O. Box 641, Lewiston NC 27849 uO Walkers Ave., Elizabeth City NC 27909 — Rt. 4 Box 402, Windsor NC 27983 P.O. Box 82, Manteo NC 279S4. Arnold V. Spivey Deborah J. Spruill Mark Stevenson Ethelyn V. Sutton . . Denise A. Taliaferro . Norris K. Taylor . . Susan A. Taylor Alton D. Taylor, Jr. Herbert T. Thames Freida J. Tillett Benjamin A. Tillman Gail S. Toole Dianna R. Turner Jacquelyn I. Turner Pamela W. Turner Michael L. Tyson . . . Kathryn L. Vann . . Susan E. Vann Rita V. Vaughan Andre R. Walker Richmond Wall III . Barbara J. Ward Sharon S. Ward Carolyn G. Watford Gregory L. Watford Valerie Watson Joseph C. Welch . Kymbraly A. Wheeler Becky D. Whitaker , Michael W. White Sarah P. White Willie E. White Cynthia Whitehurst . Stanley L. Whitehurst Ricky L. Wilkins . Diane D. Williams Juliet L. Williams . Lisa A. Williams . . Peggy A. Williams Vickie R. Williams Cynthia Wills Faye D. Wills Miriam B. Windham James W. Woodard Johnny C. Woodbury Camilla N. Worley . . Joyce A. Wright . 313 Bute Street, Red Springs NC 28377 Rt. 1 Box 114, Gates NC 27937 1663 N. Grand Travers, Flint, MI 48503 1618 Brookridge Dr., Elizabeth City NC . . . P.O. Box 621, Smithfield VA 23430 P.O. Box 239, Cofield NC 27922 t Box 21 Edenton Manor, Edenton NC 27932 P.O. Box 113, Carrituck NC 27929 Rt. 3 Box 374, Manning SC 29102 ; .335 Paxton St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 3 Box 184, Wadesboro NC 28170 ; .959 Patton Circle, Henderson NC 27536 .106 Oakgrove Ave., Ellizabeth City NC 900 S. Martin St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 .. Rt. 3 Box 446, Elizabeth City NC 27909 . . 704 Washington St., Elizabeth City NC ; Rt. 3 Box 1246-A, Ahoskie NC 27910 Rt. 1 Box 20, Subury NC 27979 Rt. 1 Box 19, Harrellsville NC 27942 . .901 Columbia St., Columbia SC 29502 I . . 1319 Poole Rd., Raleigh NC 27610 ' .604 N. Oakum St., Edenton NC 27932 , Rt. 5 Box 45-B, Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 1 Box 286, Ahoskie NC 27910 Rt. 3 Box 126, Ahoskie NC 27910 .60 Rose Lane Rosegate, New Castle DE 19720 518 Liberator St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 r. . ■ 316 Belleview Dr., Waynesville NC 28786 i Rt. 1 Box 162, Swan Quarter NC 27885 " . 834 50th Place NE, Washington DC 20019 Rt. 1 Box 287, Moyhock NC 27958 , Rt. 4 Box 588, Elizabeth City NC 27909 „, . 707 Adams St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 . Rt. 1 Box 269, Belvidere NC 27919 P.O. Box 575, Rocky Mount NC 27801 1 .,. Rt. 2, Box 324, Oxford, NC 27565 I. Rt. 1 Box 10, Grandy NC 27939 . 1309 Lowe St., Elizabeth City NC 27909 Rt. 1 Box 37, Oak City NC 27857 — ' •: . 701 LaSalle Avenue, Hampton VA 23669 . Rt. 3 Box 85, Hertford NC 27944 Rt. 3 Box 85, Hertford NC 27944 P.O. Box 387, Elizabeth City NC 27909 : 622 Elvie St., Wilson NC 27893 J . 527 Ruffer Street, Norfolk, VA 23504 911 East F St., Butner NC 27509 111 Pendleton St., Alexandria VA 22314 In Memory Of Dr. Josiah L.M. Baird Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford Mr. Erskine E. Morgan, Sr. Mrs. Naomi A. Morgan Mrs. Elizabeth T. Sessoms THE ALMA MATER To Thee, dear Alma Mater A Tribute song we sing Of thy true worth to all of us O may we honor bring. So now we ' ll join together For Thee, O State, to work Let none of us be faint at heart Nor any duty shirk. Hail to thy lovely halls ECSU We ' ll her when duty calls ECSU Faithful and ever true We ' ll be to you For in our hearts we ' ll still love thee ECSU Autographs From . s.o.s. • • The End JOSTENS I ' m

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