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FSO ABCHWES m FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1981 " DEEDS NOT WORDS " The Latin word Res Non Verba translated means " Deeds Not Words. " During the 113 years history of Fayetteville State University, this university has lived up to those high ideals. What began in 1867 as the Howard School in a frame building on Gillespie Street has grown today into a full pledge comprehen- sive university serving the cultural and edu- cational needs of the Southeastern part of North Carolina. In 1969, the college was des- ignated a " regional university " and its name was changed to Fayetteville State University. Fayetteville State University became a " con- stituent institution " of the University of North Carolina in 1972 and began graduate studies in the fall of 1980. Words alone could not accomplish this feat. The deeds of the dedicated people who have been a part of this great institution have al- lowed Fayetteville State University to stand up to the high principals it was build on: Res Non Verba " Deeds Not Words. " DEDICATION PROFILE OF A SUCCESSFUL WOMAN Mrs. Emaretta Felton was born in Lumber Bridge, North Carolina. She is married to Mr. Albert W. Felton, a native of Hertford, North Carolina and from this union one daughter was born, Jean Jacqueline Felton. Mrs. Felton received her Bachelor of Science degree at this university and her Master of Arts degree at New York University. The experiences with people of varied cultures and ethnic backgrounds helped broad- en her base of understanding and appreciation for all people of the world. Mrs. Felton taught at Oak Ridge High School for twenty years. In 1965 she began teaching at Ferguson Elementary School. She was well prepared for the job because of her broad base of experiences. Mrs. Felton quotes, " Teaching is my chosen profession and 1 consider it a glorious and noble one that I will cherish al- ways. " She is a member of the North Carolina Association of Educators, Fayetteville State University Board of Trustees, National Alumni Association of Fayetteville State University, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., First Bap- tist Church, President of Cumberland County Chapter of Fayetteville State University Alumni Association and has recently been named the local Teacher of the Year. COMMENTS FROM MRS. FELTON ' S STUDENTS Mrs. Felton is a wonderful teacher. She is fair, honest, polite, and very understanding. She is the best teacher anyone would ever want to have! She deserves to be the Teacher of the Year! Kimberly Hunter I think Mrs. Felton has been an Outstanding teacher throughout the year, not only to me, but to the rest of the class as well. Greg Fenderson Mrs. Felton ' s impressive history of teaching, her commitment to this university and community gives us an honor to dedicate the 1980-81 Fayettevillian Yearbook to Mrs. Emaretta Felton. TABLE OF CONTENTS THEME DEDICATION . " ' ZZZZ TABLE OF CONTENTS ' . " COMMENCEMENT SUMMER ACTIVITIES CHANCELLOR OFFICIALS ' ZZ . STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCLVTION QUEENS ADMINISTRATORS STAFF SENIORS JUNIORS ][ SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN WEEKEND COLLEGE HOMECOMING ORGANIZATIONS HONOR SOCIETIES " " ZZZ " GREEK FRATERNITIES SORORITIES ...ZZ SOCIAL FELLOWSHIPS ASSOCIATIONS . SPORTS UNIVERSITY CHOIR ZZZZZZZZZ PRE-SCHOOL LABORATORY ' SPECIAL FEATURES FACULTY RESIDENCE HALLS ZZ ' Z. TRIBUTE TO DR. MARTIN L. KING . . YEARBOOK STAFF s u M M E R STANDING IN LINE TO REGISTER MORE STANDING R E G I S T R A T I O N LONG WAIT IS ALMOST OVER WATERMELON CUTTING Over thirty-eight (38) watermelons were cut, Wednesday, June 11, 1980. The gala affair began at 12:00 p.m. — 2:00 p.m. on the Student Center Patio. The students were entertained with selections of jazz songs from the dynamic Klicky Robinson and Ray Codrington and band. Students had the watermelon " munch " . Whether they ate it with a folk or their hands it was " finger lick- ing good " . ' 9B .( CAROWINDS The Lyceum program sponsored an ex- pense paid trip to Carowinds during the 1st Summer Session of Summer School. Saturday, the day students look forward to study catch up, laundry or just lounging around turned into an exciting day of relax- ation, pleasure and thrills at Carowinds. The cyclone was one of the new rides at Carowind that aroused a lot of attention to the spectators. KLICKY ROBINSON RAY CODRINGTON in the background, play The student body was captivated with several jazz se- lections from Klicky Robinson and Ray Codrington and band during the annual watermelon cutting. This was the kind of entertainment FSU students need- ed after sitting in class all morning. a CD H H o CHANCELLOR ' S MESSAGE On behalf of the Fayetteville State University FamSy . myself, I take this opportunity to congratulate the senior clas of 1981 and to wish each graduate a successful and happy ful ture! I Our institution is committed to meeting the requirement of all students regardless of race, creed, color, or sex. Each o| you must strive to maintain the frontiers of freedom and op| portunity. Education can fulfill the needs and desires anc| thereby lay the foundation for utilization of your full talents. 1 Since it ' s founding, 113 years ago, Fayetteville State Univer- sity has been committed to academic excellence and we can look back to a proud and rich heritage. As an alumnus, you must take your rightful place in the world of work and face the challenges which lie ahead. With each graduating class it is an ongoing process to perpetuate the existence of our be- loved alma mater, and this I am confident you will do, for we never forget the path that leads us to happiness and ful- fillment. " A LEADER WITH VISION " CHANCELLOR CHARLES ' ' K ' LYONS, JR. Dr Carlton J Barber, Cha BOARD OF TRUSTEES ' Mrs, Mary Clark, Vice-Cha Mrs. Emaretta Felton, Secretary Mr Charles W Fairley Mr Dickson McLean, Jr Mr. William T. Brown ' ttsmiJU- ¥ ■ e " Mr. Roy Davenport, SGA President Not photographed: Mr. Lenwood Rich Mr. Voit Gilmore Mrs. Joyce Michaux Mr. Calvin Wells PROVOST AND VICE CHANCELLOR FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DR. RICHARD A. HOGG VICE CHANCELLOR FOR STUDENT DEVELOPMENT DR. CLEOPHUS C. HATCHER BBI VICE CHANCELLOR FOR BUSINESS AFFAIRS MR. JOHN V. PARHAM SENIOR ADMINISTRATORS Dr James E Carson, Assistant to the Chancellor for Planning and In- stitutional Advancement Mr. William L. Clement, Personnel Officer Dr Robert W. James, Director of Advanced Institutional Development Program SENIOR ADMINISTRATORS Dr. Tillman V. Jackson, Academic Dean of Fort Center 5— Pope AFB Dr Arthur Pindle. Director of Institutional Research The audience rise and sing " America The Beautiful " during the Fall Convocation held at the Seabrook Auditorium on September 30, 1980. SUMMER FUN Dating Game Gong She ;■« The audience loved every minute of the Gong She Student Elections The Student Elections were held March 26-27, 1980 in the Conference Room of the Student Center. During this time Student Government Association officials are Ichosen for the positions of SGA President, Vice Presi- [dent and Business Manager. Two queens are chosen; |Miss Fayetteville State University and Miss Student Center. Kenneth Joh Associati jri Roy Davenport makes his campaign speech for Student Government President before the student body. Roy Davenport (middle) talks with Randy Parker— left a nd Clark Arline— right. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENi PRESIDENT ROY DAVENPORT Jiiuaii MiKil arli ik ila ii is PRESIDENT L-R Lelita Miller, Miss Rudolph Jones Student Center, Alice Baldwin, M etteville State University, Roy Davenport, Student Government Association Presi- dent, Craig Dumas, Student Government Association Vice-President and James Wright, Student Government Association Business Manager are being sworn in by Mr Irving Vea ie, Director of Student Activities. Dr. C. C. Hatcher, Vice Chancellor for Student Development, seated at the far right listens while the new INAUGURAL CEREMONY The Inaugural Ceremony of the Student Gov- ernment Association Officers and Queens were held in the Student Center ' s Multi-Purpose Room on May 6, 1980. The ceremony was well attended by the stu- dent body. The new officers sworn in were: Roy Davenport, SGA President, Craig Dumas, SGA Vice President and James Wright, SGA Business Manager, The two queens were Miss RJSC, Letita Miller and Miss FSU, Alice Bal- dwin. Robert Atkins, outgoing SGA President, makes his fare- well speech to the student body. Roy Davenport, SGA President elect, presents his In gural Address to the student body. ■flill ilHIIII Ilif ' MHff ' MISS FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY ALICE FAYE BALDWIN ■..■.L1l.il.M v LETITIA MILLER :vnSr! «? . ' r- ' MISS RUDOLPH JONES STUDENT CENTER 1980-81 ik CHIEF JUSTICE STAFF v« L-R Shelby Southerland, Bobby Coefield, Chief Justice and Debra Pettiway STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STAFFERS L-R Violet Gregory, typist and Earnestine Bazemore, typ- Chancellor and Mrs, Lyons pose for the Seahrook Auditorium. ny afternoon m front of the WMT i fiMll l Hll " M ADMINISTRATORS Mr. George Barnes, Veterans Affaii Mr. Ralph Burwell, Chief Security Offii Dr. Eddy Cheng, Director of Computing Mr. Charles A Darlington, Director of Ad- Mrs Mane M Kennedy, Acting Director of Center missions Library Services 4r Vance M (rations Director of Plant Op- Mr. Harold Nixon, Associate Dean for Spe cial Programs and Student Life Dr. Otieno Okelo, Administrative Assistant to Academic Dean ADMINISTRATORS Mrs Arnetha T. Robinson, Associate Dean of Student— Women Mr. Joseph C. Ross, Director of Communit tions Center Mr Irving Veazie. Director of Student Activities Student Center Dr. Clarence White. Director of Student Teaching Ms Lclhan Ca STAFF STAFF =fii ;A Mrs. Elaine Mangu STAFF Mrs. Georgia Sibbi Mrs. Carolyn Smith Mr Wilbert Smilh m g g BHV Ri Mr Stella Spruill Mrs. Lula Stn-i-t Mr Warden C Tciwnsend Mrs, Eetha Tho Mr Serverino Trevino Ms Laverne Walke Mr Jaines Threatt Ms Ceraldine Tuck 1 1 r igB P M Ms Shirley Wes Ms Lorraine Willi, Mr Koscoe Willi, M-. .Anni,- lukrs Mr. Jerry Willi; Mrs. Carolyn Wils. K Mrs. Vanilla Wilson Mr. Gerard Winfrey Ms. Lonnie Wright Mr, Frederick Young Ms. Janet Davis pose with her boss Dr. Arthur Pindle, Director of Institutional Re- search, during Secretary Week SECRETARY WEEK -r Ms. Brenda Smith, Secretary of Upward Bound L-R Ms. Lorraine Williams, Secretary to Mr. Clement, Personnel Director MORE SECRETARIES L-R Front row: Dean Arnetha Robinson, Ms. Bettie Person, Ms. Jeanette Braggs, Ms. Rebecca Bowman, Ms. Christine Nordan, Secretary of the Year, Ms Delorese Wilson, L-R Back row: Ms Arlean Boozer, Ms Gladys Hill, Ms. Bobbie Hennington, Ms. Mary Evans, Ms. Peggy DeVane A dinner was held in the Student Center ' s Multi-Purpose Room in honor of the secretaries. The secretaries and their bosses were present for the dinner. Mrs. Christine Nordan was selected as the Sec- retary of the Year. Each secretary wore a beautiful corsage. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Billy C. Hopkins, Jr., Pr S: ' MISS SENIOR DELYNN BOYKIN Alford Fayetteville, NC Psvchoiopv Annie M. Baker Fayetteville, NC Intermediate Educati Carol A Allen Fayetteville, NC Early Childhood Education Doreen Armistead Plymouth, NC Business Administration Aries mine Artis Dudley, NC Business Administration Sagittarius Wilhemina D, Baker Alice Eaye Baldwin Willie M Bannerman Hope Mills, NC Whiteville, NC Maple Hill, NC Psychology Sociology Intermediate Education Gemini Sagittarius Aquanus Carolyn A Barnes Wanda A Battle Evander M Beatty Lititia A Belin Fort Bragg, NC Whitakers, NC Charlotte, NC [■ayelteville, NC Early Childhood Education Psychology Business Administration Business Administra Capricorn Scorpio Scorpio Aquarius Charlene Bell Havelock, NC ■Iv Childhood Edui Sagittarius Evelyn B. Beasley Dorothy M Best Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Economics Bu siness Administrati Pisces Virgo Brenda Bethea Fairmont, NC Psychology Libra mm mm.mmm.m NC Percy Bethea, J Fayettevil Business Adm Aquar Nancy Black Cvnlhia Blc we Imogene Blue Tarboro, NC Murfreesboro NC Fairmont, NC Office Administration Business Admin stration Earlv Childfiood Educ JtlO Cancer Libra LiUie Booth Hoffman. NC Enelish Communicali. R Bordeau Rocky Point, NC Chervl Bovd Jamaica, NY Earlv Childhood Education Delvnn Bovkin Clinton. NC iness Administratio JoAnn Brimmer Willis G Bnnkley Emma G Brown Johnnie M. Brown Pollocksville, NC Littleton. NC Rockingham. NC Hallsboro. NC riv Childhood Education Business Administration Early Childhood Education Earlv Childhood Education Pisces Virgo Pisces Aquarius Paula Brown Sharon J. Br ' ant Vanessa A. Burge Ellanne Y Burges Fayetteville. NC Newport, NC Jacksonville. NC St- Augustine, Fla Psychology Sociology Psychology Psychology Libra ■ Pisces Capricorn Pisces TonilelUia Burge Si, Augustine, Fla Psychology Leo Fayeteeville, NC English Capricorn Sandra E Burton Fayetteville. NC siness AdminislratK Virgo Leasa M Cameron Cameron, NC isiness Administration Marsha L Colson Thomasville, NC termediate Education Virgo Lana A. Cooper Goldsboro, NC Justness Education Virgo Pamela D Cooper Windsor, NC isiness Administratic Debra K, Corbett Burgaw, NC siness Administration Shelia V Cortei Sunburv, NC Mathematics Annie Coston Washington, NC English Aquarius Wanda B Coston Wilmington, NC Sociology Sagittarius Gwendolyn Covington HopeMills, NC Early Childhood Education Ros F Davenport Cartersville, Ga Math Computer Science Cancer Jerry L, Davis Fayetteville, NC Business Administratli Sagittarius Larrv D.iuM.n Goldsboro, NC Sociologv Cancer Dudley Fayetteville, NC ■ Childhood Education Leo Deni .e L, Fo x Siler Citv, NC Psxxhology Gaddv nt, NC ' Mathematics W. Deane Favetteville. NC English Marshall L Gales Red Springs. NC siness Administrati Sagittarius Whilakers, NC Math Computer Scic Sherion Evans Favetteville. NC .ine ' ss Administrati. Ties Gates Raeford. NC Childhood Edu Valerie F. Dickens Tarboro. NC Intermediate Education Scorpio Jonathan Fant Spartanburg, SC nette Gaddv nont. NC al Technology Gemini Helen Grav Kinston. NC Earlv Childhood Education Martha L. Haigler Fayetteville, NC Computer Science Mathematii Aquarius L ' Tanya H. Hai Fayetteville, NC Pohtical Scienc ■ History al B. Hamilton Fayetteville, NC Political Science Catherine Hansley Intermediate Hdu Aquarius Whiteville, NC Sociology Leo Preston W Hayes Fayetteville, NC Sociology Leo James T Herring. Jr Watha, NC business Administration Sagittarius Deborah Hicks Clinton. NC English Erma J Hurst Gwendolyn Jackson VVihmington, NC Fayetleville, NC £arlv Childhood Education Mathematics Education Taurus Aries ith Holloway Vivian F Holmes Billv Hopkins Dillon, SC Hampton, Va Charlotte, NC Economics Bu siness Administration Earlv Childhood Edu Taurus Cancer Capricorn Wanda R Hill Trenton, NC ness AdministratK Virgo Fayetteville, NC iiness Administration Scorpio Charles T. Jacobs Wilmington, NC Political Science Elfredia James Edward M. Jefferson Gloria E Jenkm Beularille, NC Jovatt, Va Greenville. SC Mathematics Business Administration Sociology Gemini Cancer Libra ■ Debbie Johnson Whiteville, NC iness Administratio Sagittarius Ford Johnson, Jr Kenneth E Johnso Shreveport. LA Rowland, NC iness Administra ion Pohtical Science Virgo Aquarius Larry B. Johnson Fayetteville, NC Psvchohigy " Pisces tricia J ohnson Joncier Jordan Najonnie L. Jordan Annie M. Jones Wiimington, NC Burgaw, NC Philadelphia, Pa ss Adn ninistro tion Sociology Political Science Sociology Capri orn Taurus Virgo Libra Linda M Jones Charlotte, NC Sociology Maryland C Jones Jacksonville, NC Physical Education M.idie V kurse Hamlet, NC Historv Pohtical Sc Marie G, Lacewell Riegelwood, NC Early Childhood Education Libra Stephanie RIegelwood, NC EngHsh Taurus Katie Lamer avetteville, NC less Administratii Scorpio t A. Lay Red Springs. NC Business Education Taurus Carolyn K. Leach FayetteviUe, NC isiness Administration Virgo Edward E. Leggette FayetteviUe. NC Intermediate Education Alfredia M- Lewis Rocky Pomt, NC Early Childhood Education Taurus Penelope Lockett Wilmington, NC Sociology Scorpio Jennifer A. Logan FayetteviUe, NC isiness Administration Sagittarius Shirley Long Conway, NC Political Science Pisces Tina A. Mack Darlington, SC iiness Administration Pisces Melody Maddox FayetteviUe, NC Political Science Aquarius Kenneth Mallow FayetteviUe, NC Political Science Pisces Judy C Marsh Goldsboro, NC Earlv Childhood Educ Aquarius A Massev Washington. DC iiness Administration Leo Vickie M Matthews Spring Lake, NC Intermediate Education Aquarius John D, McDonald Fayetteville, NC Sociology Mavis McCabe Havelock, NC Early Childhood Educ Callie M McCutche Baltimore, Md Sociology ■s L. McDuffie Fayetteville, NC iiness Administration Capricorn Paul D. McKefhan Favetteville, NC Scorpii Del oris McLaughlin Red Springs, NC Kathenne G McLea Favetteville, NC Intermediate Educati Reginald McLean Hope Mills, NC siness Administration Aquarius Lillie McMillan Wade, NC Early Childhood Education Capricorn Dennis McNair Fayetteville, NC iiness Administration y P.uilelle McRae Red Springs, NC Earlv Childhood Educa Cancer Clifton Melvin Fayetteville, NC Business Administration James E, Monroe Red Springs, NC Sociology Scorpio Susjna Mead Deiuana R Middleton Diane A. Mitchell Habana, Cuba Kenansville, NC Fayetteville, NC Early Childhood Educ ation Psychology Sociology Scorpio Scorpio Annette Morrisey Clinton, NC Early Childhood Education Cancer Angela Moore Lewiston. NC Intermediate Education Cancer Virginia Morrison Office Administrati. T Phyllis D Murchi ' Oliyia, NC Sociology Leo Don D Monroe Launnburg, NC Early Childhood Education Ira T, Nichols Sophia Norggins Brenda L Offer James Oglesby Preston, Md. Littleton, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC ' olitical Science Sociology Mathematics Business Administrat Leo Capricorn Pisces Scorpio Parlhema T Ov Badin, NC Psychology Gail C, Peoples Fayeeteville, NC Intermediate Educati Leo Patricia R. Petty Fayetteville, NC Intermediate Education Virgo Michael Pickett Boston, GA Mathematics Perola Pickett Whiteville, NC Early Childhood Educ Leo Lerov A. Pierre Brooklyn, NY Virgo Jacqueline M, Potts Fayetteville, NC Mathematics Fredia A Powell Fayetteville, NC Office Administration V Victoria Ratliff Wadesboro, NC Office Administration John R. Riddick, jr Suffolk, VA Political Science V ' alorie Robinson Norfolk, VA Physical Education Sagittarius Kinston, NC less Administration Capricorn Annie Rouse Clarkton. NC Psvchology Patricia A, Satterthwaite Curtis Sawyer Betty A. Shaw Carolyn M. Simmo Chocowinitv, NC Darlington, SC Favetteville. NC FayetteviUe, NC Business Administration Bu siness Administration Psvchologv Biology Gemini Libra Capricorn Capricorn cilia A Simpson Gwendolvn Sm Wade, NC Trenton, NJ Mathematics Psvchology Marcia Sorrell FayetteviUe, NC Psychology Capricorn Ronald Spicer Gail V, Spellman Lilhe ' Spivev Hampton, VA New Bern, NC Durham, NC less Administration Bu siness Administration Earl V Childhood Educ Kelford, NC Psychology Scorpio Barbara J btelly Ellen Stevens Favetteville, NC Clinton, NC Sociology Bus, mess Administrat Taurus Pisces ' anessa E. Stewart New Bern, NC Sociology Angelo Stewart Julia Stewart Newark, NJ Favetteville, NC hvsical Education Intermediate Education Aquanus Scorpio Cheryl Stubbs Felicia Sutton Red Springs. NC Kinston, NC Intermediate Education Mathematics Capricorn Libra Gladys Stokes Doris Stringfield Linda M. Strother Lumberton, NC Mount Olive, NC Favetteville, NC siness Education Sociology Business Administrat Libra Virgo Aquarius Spring Lake, NC rly Childhood Educatii loAnn Thompson Henderson, NC Ps chology Diane D Townsend Favetteville, NC Intermediate Education Leo Annette P Wagner Curne, NC Lisiness Administration Capricorn Angela S Whitehead Tarboro, NC Early Childhood Education Robert Watkins Sandra F. Watson Wanda L Wesley William Wesley Louisville, NC Rowland, NC Favetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Mathematics Early Childhood Education Psychology Intermediate Education Pisces Virgo Taurus Virgo Debra C Williams Fayetteville, NC Scorpu Glenda V William: Fayetteville, NC Business Adminislrali Scorpio Janice M Williams Fayetteville, NC Early Childhood Educi Marilyn I Williarr Pine Tops, NC Intermediate Educat Regina Williams Marshall, Texas Early Childhood Edu( Teresa A. Williams Autryville, NC Early Childhood Education Libra Mark Windley Fayetteville. NIC Political Science Taurus Robert L. Wooten Fayetteville, NC Sociology Sagittarius ust practice what we have L-R Anthony Freeman, Callie McCutchen, Billy Hopkins, Sen L-R Ellarine V Burguss and ToniU-litia Burge JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS L-R Remus Stanley, Vice-President, Brenda Williams, Class Representative of Student Government Association, Ester McLean, Secretary, Carolyn Johnson, Treasurer Mr, Irving Veazie, Adv Rosalyn C Arrington Nellie Autry Elzenia Baldwin Teretha Barnett Peter Bell Emma M. Benson Jamesena Brayboy Kimberley Bhsbon Michele A, Bryant Ophelia Bullock Eliarine Burgess Odessa Chapman Charlene Coleman Leonora Corbett Joseph Cottingham Violet Gregory Gwendolyn Haile § m f Linda McCalium Audrey McCoy Maggie McDonald Frankie Hansle Angela Hardy John Haynes Patricia Henders. Adolph Herron Dennis Milliard Marcia Inman Dewey Everette Johnson Pamela Joseph Gwendolyn Kea Shelia Larkins ■ ' ' Vickie Laudenslaj t Judson Mattocks m Diane McGrady Verona McGuire Pamela McK Priscilla McKoy Felecia McLean Robin McLea Brenda McRae Wendy McRae Lynette Melv Dennis Moore Dianthia M. Veronica Morrisey Jacquet Moss Delmethia Moultne Sher-lene Newkirk Tonya Oglesby Mary Owens Vara Owens Gupton Peterson, Jr. Lynn Pitts Brenda Pone Cynthia Raynor Donna Raynor Jacqueline Redding Robert Rice Cynthia Shaw Michael Singletary Laurice Smith Patricia Smith Vanessa Smith LiUie Spivey Wilhe Stephens Linda Stevens Cynthia Tobe San Van Tran Van Ly Tran Karen Tucker Leceila Turnage Amechi Umerah JM jMit Pam and Marvin take a break but still find time to study their books The RdriKS all here Fun Tin Sonja Brown, Ju L-R Belinda Walker, Ronald Vaughn and Sharon Gates •i- ' XeirX ' ' ? ' ? ' ,3 Wfcsi- p -: Ssidi ' L-R Pamela Jackson, Glenda Lennon and Wanda Battle IT ' S A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Katie D. Johnson, a junior Pre-Medical major for her birthday party Katie receives a corsage from Mr. Irving Veazie, Director of Student Activi- ties. Katie is cutting her birthday cake. Katie is dancing with Ricardo Ja Student Activities Program Board, member of the MMtj i i i ' mt twkk ' J c wP iimUfittJi Hi i yjc If ' ?IUI pt - - J B Hi H » r- " ' ■% ■S Sororitv si ' iter and other friends are gathered around for the ceiebratic SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Emanuel Vaughn, President Juanita Blackman, SGA Representativ Mr Irving Veazie, Adv Evelyn McDonald, Secretary Anita Ail Patricia All Janice Anderson Vernestine Artis David Bain, Jr. Joseph Banks Berthine Barker Bndgett Barnes Cheryl Bass Debbie Bell Darnell Bennett Panelphia Bennett Charles Blackwell Dorothy Bond Terresia Bostick Dalphne Bouryer Pat Jonet Boykin Bradley Dee W Bray Donna Bridges William Britton Edward Brown, Jr Brenda Bryant Lionel Bryant :i i n Brenda Bullard ;■ Tommy Bumpass ' Juanita Burney Roberta Butler Christine Byndon • Wanda Campbell J i : Angela Canty Joanie Carter ►HI Adlade Cherry Itl Annie Christian 1 Michael Clark It LeVora Coe Bobby Coefield Ervinette Colcv James Collins Michael Collins Vanessa Collins Edna Colvin Levern Commano Deborah Covingti Anthony Cowan Kelv.n Cra.g Edward Cryer Floyd Creecy Linda Crosby Michael Currie Audrey Curry Kalonty Daniel Dantzler Reginald Davis flf f £ Harry Kinkins, III Sandra Dorn Verginald Drumwrighe Carolyn Dunn Brenda Edwards Claymetal Edwards Deborah Faulk Jacqueline Fennell Charles Caddie Samuel Gantt Robin Gardner Angela Garris Mary Garrison Andrea Gatlin Marquente Giles Martin Gilhard Teresa Gilmore Sharon Glover Bryan Gooding Rochelle Gore Bonnie Graham Eric Graham Ervin Graham Anthony Greene Eric Green icille Gregg Joleatha Hall Janice Harris Marie Henry etha He Theodore Hill Charles Hilliard Frederick Holt James Howell Mitchell Howey Anthony Humphrey Randolph Hunter Lorraine Jackson Jasper James ce Jenkins. Jr April McCall Melvin McCallum Theresa Mclver Bruce McMurkeen Sharon McNair Jennifer McNeil Anita Merritt Darr ' l Merht Belinda Mitchell Latham Morton Deborah Newfirk James Nunnery Lamond Oliver Robert O ' Neal Charles Owens, Jr. Donna Parker Melvin Parks la Peeks Perrv William Person, Sharon Pipkins Clarence Plowde Jean Quesado Sandra Ratliff Charlotte Ray Margaret Rebholz Ruby Reid Coquincie Rhodes Velverly Richardson Andreta Robinson Carolyn Robinson Alejan Dro Rosado Cathy Rothermel Gertrude Rouse Anthony Scott Frances Sellars Terry Shipp Deborah Sin Clarence Smith Deborah Smith Deboria Speller Lillie Stackhouse Kathr -n Stubblefield Hattie Sutton John Sylvester Donna Toone Mary Townsend Wendell Troy Willie Tyler Teresa Vann Roy Victor Jennifer Warren Valerie Watson Leola Weaks Sarah Weller » ' Dimple White Andre Wiggins Callena Willi, Alice Willi, Retho Williams, Jr Tern Williams Waller William Bobby Wooley, Ji Leory Worth, Jr A DERRICK TINSLEY MEMORIAL Derrick Tinsley, a rising Sophomore was kind, gentle and very apprecia- tive of life ' s plea- sures. His presence is truly missed from our University Family. TIME Time cannot steal the treasures That we carry in our hearts. Nor ever dim the shining thoughts Our cherished past imparts . . . And memories of the one we ' ve loved Still cast his gentle glow To grace our days and light our paths Wherever we may go. by Jimmy Gibbs We are born for a higher destiny than earth. There is a place where the rainbow never fades. Where stars will spread out before us like islands that slumber on the ocean, and where the begin- nings that pass before us like shadows will stay in our presence for- ever. Bulwer Smile the camera has its eyes on yo Just a friendly smile u N IN H STUDENT CENTER FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Mr Irving Veazie, Adv MISS FRESHMAN STEPHANIE LOGAN Nyoka E Armstrong Cheryl D, Artis Milton R. Ashburn Beltv Averv Samed Bilal Michael Bishop Anthony L. Broom Gwendolyn Brown Ren.?e Campbell Roscoe Campbell Patricia Charleston Shirley R, Cooper Patricia Covington Wrenn L. Crowe These young men hope to make the Bronco football lean Nikita A. Howard Kenny Jones Sharon R Jones Michael A, Key Mary Knight Theresa Lewis Tammie L Little Ins M. Martin Andre ' McCrea F.zeani Uche McHenry Eleanor McKoy Joyce McMillian Serena McNair Cynthia McRae Logan D. Monk Cvnthia Moore Gloria Morning Darryl S, Murray Steven Powers Patricia Robinson Theodosia Robinsc Vickie Rozier Deborah Ryals Howard E Scott Brenda T. Shelton Kathry n Sr nallwood Deirdr M Smith Sonya Solo Valerie B Strayhorn Wanda Thi mas Thomas Th ompson ' ■M0 M T ' ? » W- ' : Tonya Wilds Vera Wilkins Deidre L Williams Cherylene Willis i @4 [ n L-R Kennck Simms and Letita Mille DAYDREAMERS Chancellor Lyons sponsors a Christ- mas Party for Children of the Universi- ty Family every year. The Santa Claus has been played by Mr. Frederick Young for the past two years. It gives Santa a big thrill to pass out the goody bags to all the little kids. The top picture on the left side showns Chancellor Lyons receiving a bag of goodies from Santa Claus. B WEEKEND COLLEGE SENIORS rbara DeCosta John T. Gregory Betty Killette Robert T. Tayl. JUNIORS Shirley Avery Louise B Carter Theodore Cox Lucy Sharp WEEKEND COLLEGE FT. BRAGG POPE AFB SOPHOMORES Leon E- Dantzler FT. BRAGG— POPE AIR FORCE BASE . SENIORS Sammie He flin Clifton T, Johnson Memories of this night will remain with us for years to come. COUPLES— COUPLES ■ i Cheryl Addison Miss Kappa Alpha Psi Sherry Cameron Miss Jovner Hall Anita Anderson Miss Junior Alice F, Baldwin Miss Fayetteville State University Gwen Covington Miss Tau Phi Cocoa Michelle Bryant Miss Sigma Sweetheart I HH B- BF " T Fi. Y ■i ' ' ' J F ' ' Hiv ' ff 1 Katie Johnson Phyllis Jones Miss Day Student Association Miss Cocoa Phi Cocoa Sweetheart Stephanie Logan Miss Freshman Fregena Macklin Miss Smith Hall Jackie McKinney Miss Alpha Phi Alpha Katie Melvin Miss Essence of Beautv MISS FAYETTEVILLE STATE I UNIVERSITY ALICE FAYE BALDWIN Miss Alice Faye Baldwin, Miss Fayetteville State Univer- sity, a senior Sociology major from Whiteville, NC plans to become a Social Worker after graduation. Miss Letita Miller, Miss Rudolph Jones Student Cen- ter, a sophomore majoring in Political Science W Concen- tration in Police Science. Letita is a native of North Carolina and has many goals to fulfill. Letita ' s personal philosophy is " In all that you do, do your best because what you do, . . . you owe it to yourself. " mi ■■ - p Lovely queens, beautiful floats and marching bands brought another Homecoming Parade for Fayetteville State University. El. abeth City State University Vikings defeated the Fayettevdle State University cos with a score of 28 to 15 The Golden Knights (United States Army Parachute Team) dropped the game hall . M 1 ■ 3(fcr 1 J » -1 p gl 1 a IHI l ft ' M J 1 ii J ITT 1H .liiiMHv FSU BRONCOS VS ECU VIKINGS HOMECOMING GAME ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS The Student Center Activities Program Advisory Board sponsored a Christmas party for the student body. Nuts, mints, and other goodies were served as refreshments. Members of the Student Center Board are Doreen Armistead, Alice Baldwin, Jerry Beatty, Janet Boykin, Jerry Davis, Sheron Evans, Ricardo James, Katie Johnson, Shirley Long, Letitia Miller, Jacqueline Roland, Anthony Scott, Deborah Smith, Kathleen Smith, Annette Valentine, Bertie Wadford and William Wesley. Mr. Jerry Wil- liams and Mr. Frederick Young are the advisors. L-R Jerry L Davis. Annie Baker, Darcella Smith, Beverly Bennett, Michelle Bryant, Sandra Briggs, Greta Meekins, Thurman Charleston L-R 2nd Row— Alfredia Williams, D, McNeill, Belinda Walker, Dennis McNair, Denen Morton, Patty Charleston, Patricia Robinson, Sandy Powers, John McKeaton Officers— Jerry Davis, President, Annie Baker, Vice President, Greta Meekins, Secretary, Beverly Bennett, Correspondance Secretary Katie Johnson, Miss Day Stu- dent Association NEW RESIDENCE HALL-MEN L-R 1st row Waddell DeVane and James T. Johnson L-R 2nd row Kenneth Johnson, Remus Stanley and Dwight Harrelsi New Residence Hall Officers James T. Johnson President Waddell DeVane Vice President Kenneth Johnson Treasurer Dwight Harrelson Secretary Remus Stanley Reporter Mr, Edwin Elliott, Adv L N H A A S R S R O L-R Charlene S, Coleman. President, Anita Anderson, Vice President, Shara R. Washington, Secretary Blackmon, Treasurer I S H A L L C I A T I O N t,-R Mellonii- Spnuli, Pri ' sidiMit, Terry Lee. Vice President. Karen Brown, Assistant Secretary and Venila Best, Tn SMITH HALL ASSOCIATION L-R Felicia McLean, Johnnie M. Brown, Victoria Rarliff, Felicia U(ley Smith Hall Officers Felicia McLean President Johnnie M. Brown vice President Victoria Ratliff Secretary Felicia Utley Treasurer VANCE HALL ASSOCIATION L-R 1st : Jasper ]a Marshall Gales, Vice President, William Elliott, Tn ., Reporter L-R 2nd row Jenmah Morrisey, Judiciary Michael Moore, President, Lee Hill, Secretary and an, and John Haynes, Culture Chairman Michael Pearcill, Chairman of Recreatii Mr Wilbert Smith, Advisor ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF L-R Front Row: Ms. Maceo Smith, Mrs. Wilma Berginer, Mr. Jake Ford, Mr Bill Spencer L-R Middle Row: Edward Jefferson, Mr Jofin Marshall, Mr. Williard Bryant, Mr. Tom Morris, L-R Back Row: Mr Page Saunders, Mr. Ben Eaton, Mr. Andy Powell, Mr. Henry Thomas SECURITY STAFF L-R Front Row: Mr. Cliff King, Jr., Mr. Roscoe Williams, Ms. Lonnie Cheatham. Mr. Willie Baker L-R Middle Row: Mr Alfred Cave, Mr Noal B Hamilton, L-R Back Row: Mr. Stevan Godette, Mr. Lewis Casey, Mr. Ralph Burwell. Mr Thomas Chisolm, Jr. The Karate Group at Fayetteville State University wel- comes all students that are willing to put forth the effort and determination to excell physically as well as mental- ly KARATE Ronald Spicer, Instructor Tommy Bumpas; 1 9 ■ • ' A J ...; ■ IM«| ff .- Thurman Whiteed LITERARY SOCIETY— " FACETS ' (%3 " rn L-R 1st Row Mrs. Sandra Sharp, Advisor, Janet Boykin, Edith McCrimmon, Bonnie Painter, Deborah Hicks, and Lillie Booth L-R 2nd Row Chuck King, Deborah Smith, Valery Frazier, Lelia Murphy and Anthony Scott Officers: L-R Lilhe Booth, President, Deborah Hicks, Vice President and Bonnie Painter, Secretary F.S.U. DANCE GROUP Ms. Maceo Smith, Coach SMENC OFFICERS ohn H. Williams— President ' rf. -44 Walter M. McPherson, Jr.— Vice President The Student Music Educators National Conference is I an organization that serves as a leader and a spokes- man for music education in the United States. Members are men and women who plan to increase their exper- tise in the area of music professionally, and academical- ly. Members are college university students enrolled in music. Earl A Franklin — Parl.mentar Dr Janice L James, Adv The Essence of Beauty Modeling Club. The models from left-right are Wendell Troy, Reginald Mc Lean, Sue Gatlin and Katie Melvin k1 i m f ' .- B Women ' s Council Officers; L-R Kimberley Brisbon, President, Pamela Joseph, Vice President, Jackie Redding, Secretary, Tina Mack. Miss Women ' s Council L-R Kneeling Kenee Slubbletield, Delores Cooley, Sharon Bryant. Hat tie Humphrey, Jennifer Warren L-R Standing Debr, Bass. Verginald Drumright. Geneva Lacewell, Brenda Bryant, Cassandra Lowery, Pamela Cooper. Berthine Walker. Angel, Hardy, Cheryl Stubbs, Precellia Pratt, Shelia Leggelt, Grace Brown, Shirolyn Breeden, Mane Lacewell, Clemintine Artis c o u N c I L L-R Kneeling Rochelle Gore, Kimberley Brisbon, Angela Moore, Linda Stevens, Willette Faison. Helen Hooks, L-R Standing Parthenia Owens, Teresa Johnson, Jackie Redding, Carolyn Bryant, Debbie Johnson, Debbie Glenn, Pamela Joseph, Faye Baldwin, Tina Mack, Janet Lay, Bobbie Valentine, Angela Whitehead Ms Laverne Barnes and Ms Reathea Lindsey, Advis PEER COUNSELORS L-R Ester McLean, Marie Henry, Mary Hales, Gwendolyn Haile, Earl Franklin, Michael Mackey, Barbara Seelly Back Row — L-R Kenneth Johnson, Billy Hopkins, Jr., Coordinator Ms. Loretta Braxton, Counselor and Dr. Wilma Henry, Counselor L-R Mr, Milton Yarboro, Advisor, Carolyn Williams, President, Vt-lvt-et,! Norman, Vice President, Sharon McN.-il, Secretary, Reginald McLamb, Treasurer, Alvenia Wise Kneeling L-R Mary Lewis and Denise Curry Pep Club membership drive was held to encourage more students to join and show more spirit. Kneeling — Maryland Jones, Adolf Herron 2nd Row — L-R Mark Gerald, Raymond Esquilin, Alberta Harris, Karen Randall, Wilbert Norfleet, Darren Smith, Angelo Stewart, Valorie Robinson. 3rd Row — L-R Kenneth Tillman, Ricardo Bacon, Sandy Powers, Steven Sims, Diane Bone, Jelecia Simmons, Dennis Milliard, Faye McDo Kneeling— Maryland Jones, Parlimentarian, Adolf Herron, Vice President. 2nd Row Faye McDougle, Secretary, Alberta Har ns. President, Sandy Powers, Miss Physical Education Major Treasurer, Diane Bone, Assistant Secretary, Dr, Frank Merchant. Adv THE RIVER NIGER Mr. Elliott Moffitt, Fayetteville State University ' s Drama Guild Di- rector, directed the play " The Riv- er Niger " dealing with a Black family living in New York and the problems they encounter. The play was written by Mr. Joseph Walker who teaches Drama at Howard University. With the exception of Sonja Brown and Mark Windley, the cast latively inexperienced. Oth- er characters in the play included Clarence Howard as John Wil- liams, Craig Johnson as Dr. Dud- ley Stanton, Debra Williams as Mattie Williams, Ann Vanderguild as Sandi Dorn, Robert Johnson as Mo, Curtis Sawyer as Chips, Gail, and Billy Bettes as Lt Staples THE RIVER NIGER Directed by: Mr. Elliott Moffitt p s Y C H O L O G Y C L U B L-R Front Delores McLaughlin, Nellie Autry, Kathy Hilliard, Shelton Clark Sharon Bryant, Renoice Stancil L-R Back Sarah Riggs, Vincent Hall, Mary Hales, Annie Rouse, Tina Hostetter Dr. William McMuUin, Advisor Officers: L-R V President L-R Front Row: Precellia Pratt, Tina Mack, Evander Baddy, Cassandra Rouse, Marshall Gales, Jerry Malloy, Jo- seph Files L-R Back Row: Dorothy Currie, Jose Santos, Mr. Israel Rwejunia, Advisor, James Olseby, Jessie Smith, WilUs Brinkley Front Row: Waddi-ll D.A.ni.- IK Middle Row: Lenwood Simmons, Verona McCluiri ' , Ruby Brooks, Craig Duma-., VirKim.i Morrison L-R Back Row: Dennis McNair, Anlhonv Th.mipson, Karen Moore, Maynard Smith Ronald Spicer, President POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB L-R Letita Miiler, Everette Johnson, President Dr. Beeman Patterson and Dr. Shia-ling Liu, Advisors PRE MEDICAL CLUB Pre-Medical Club Officers: L-R Katie Johnson, Secretary, Doris Foster, Reporter, Charles Douglas, President and Bettie Hale, Vice President L-R Angelo Evans, Leroy Worth, |r., Shelby Southerland, Doris Foster, Charles Dougla Timothy Moore, Bryan Gooding, Floyd Civers Bettie Hale, Carolyn Sii Dr. Ptnapakd Murthy, Advisor NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION FOR SECRETARIES NCAS L-R Carolyn Williams, Lavern Monroe, Nancy Black, Virginia Morrison, Laurice Smith, and Victoria Ratliff. Dr. Jeanne Lewis, Adv PHI BETA LAMDA wH ' f ' i ' L-R Front Row Donald Jarmon, Sadie Lee, Pamela Cooper, Gail Spellman, Precellia Pratt, Marshall Gales, Clemintine Artis, Victoria Ratliff, Bertha Bryant, Debbie Johnson and Jacqueline Redding L-R Second Row Gary Hamm, Clif ton Cole, Patricia Johnson. Sandra Burton, Marion Morrison, Linda Strother, Carolyn Bryant, Dennis McNair, Jessie Smith, Mrs. M.E. Wrisley, AdvisL.r and Dr Robert L Wrisley, Advisor L-R Front Row Sandra Briggs, Anita Anderson, Doreen Armistead, Juanita Blackmon, Shelia Rogers, Karen Moore, Bonita Rogers, Verona McGuire, Lawrence Brandon, Karen HoUoway, Mrs. Mary Wrisley, Advisor L-R Second Row Thurman Charleston, James Oglesby, Remus Stanley, Joyce Edmonson, Susan Evans, Dorothy Currie, Cassandra Rouse, Tina Mack, James Herring, Pedro Sanabria, Dr. Robert Wrisley, Advisor DELTA MU DELTA HONOR SOCIETY Harr ' F lobes, Presidene Dr. Grace Black, Adv ALPHA KAPPA MU HONOR SOCIETY L-R First Row: Luke Thames, Jr , Lynn Pilt. Dr Robert L, Lemons, Carolyn Johnson, Mary Hales, Phyllis Murchison, Timothy J, Moore, Martha L, Haigler, Melody M. Maddox, Pedro L, Sauabna L-R Second Row; Ira T. Nichols, Paul Jones, Evelyn Beasley, Mary A. Owens, Gwendolyn Jackson, Brenda L Offer, Edith Holloway, Charles Blount, Jr Officers L-R Dr Robert L Lemons, Advisor, Carolyn Johnson, President, Mary A. Hales, Vice President, Phyllis Murchii Secretary-Treasurer, Melody Maddox, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, Charles Blount, Jr , Parliamentarian SIGMA TAU DELTA HONOR SOCIETY Lillie Booth and Deborah Hicks JAMES H. ARTWELL, JR. MELVIN C. MC CALLUM WILHEMINA D. BAKER EVELYN BEASLEY JAMESENA R. BRABOY KIMBERLEY L. BRISBON MICHELE A BRYANT WANDA B. COSTON HANDY J. FILES MARTHA L. HAIGLER GWENDOLYN T. HAILE BETTIE G. HALE MARY A HALES EDITH HOLLOWAY HARRY F. JOBES KAREN A. JOBES CAROLYN M. JOHNSON KATIE D. JOHNSON PAUL JONES KIM LACHMANSINGH VERONA MC QUIRE MELODY M. MADDOX TIMOTHY J. MOORE ROBERT E. MOORE WINSTON E. MOSS PHYLLIS D. MURCHISON BONNIE PAINTER ANNIE ROUSE LUKE D. THAMES, JR. BICH-NGOC N. TRAN WANDA L. WESLEY THURMAN B. WHITTED, JR. SAUNDRA L. WILLIAMS GERALD BLOOM NAOMI W. HURST PATRICIA HENDERSON LYNN A. PITTS JOYCE M. WALKER FRANKIE LEE ■I Gwendolyn T. Haile, Junic Bettie G. Hale, Junior Edith Holloway, Se Harry F. Jobes, Se «£! »» Carolyn M. Johnson, Ju Melody M. Maddox, Senior r ' ■• J i-i .51 : i ' Timothy J. Moore, Junior Phyllis D. Murchison, Se Thurman B. Whitted, Jr., Se PRE-SCHOOL LABORATORY The traffic patrol officer from Fayetteville ' s Police Department visited the pre-schi children and gave them some rules on safety Mrs. Alyce Forster. a nurse at the Infirmary shows the little how they should brush their teeth Halloween brought out tnck-or-treaters on Fayetleville State ' s campus. The pre-school children enioved the campus frightening the grown-ups. visit around ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY DET 607 AFROTC L-R Marvin Jones, Anthony Scott, Kim Dean, Tommy Bumpass, Michael Murphy, Capt. Clifton Johnson, Advisor, Back Ro Kevin Ford, Roy Victor, Brian Nixon, Bruce McMurren and Michael G. McCoy ANGEL FLIGHT L-R Annette Hawkins. Willette Fasion, Jackie Brodie, Charnelle Martin, Linda Stevens, Zellene Speller, Patricia Arrington, Charlene Bumphus, Vanessa Hazel, Karen Hanks, L-R Back Row Carolyn Butts. Tarvista Rivers, Portia Rowe, Gwen Hazel, Ruby Reid, Saundra Seinton, Pattie Trotter, Andrea Davis, Elaine Williams, Phaedra Parker, Helen Hooks, Marien Patrick, Leceila Turnage, Mellonie Spruill, Karen Moore Captain Clifton Johnson, Advisor GREEK— FRATERNITIES SORORITIES mitF. RVf =er3 KA c o u N c I L L-R Lathame White, President, Omega Phi Psi Fraternity, Brenda Green, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Edith HoUoway, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Vivian Holmes, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, John Williams, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, and Precellia Pratt, Tau Gamma Del- ta Sorority. THE HISTORY OF THE PAN HELLENIC-COUNCIL The National Pan-Hellenic Council was organized in May, 1930 at Howard University, Washington DC. The Charter members were: Kappa Alpha Psi and Omega Psi Phi Fraternities; Alpha Kappa Al- pha, Delta Sigma Theta and Zeta Phi Beta Sororities. In 1931 Alpha Phi Alpha and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternities joined the Council and in 1937 Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority completed the list of organizations that continues to comprise the affiliate orga- nizations of the National Pan-Hellenic Council. The stated purpose of the organization in 1930 was " Unanimity of thought and action as far as possible in the conduct of Greekletter collegiate fraternities and sororities, and to consider problems of mutual interest to its member organizations. " Early in 1937, the organization was incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois and became known as " The National Pan-Hellenic Council Incorporated. " Mr, Irvine Veazie, Adv L-R Lawrence Brandon, (etirey McCain, Steve Walkins, and John Seo Willie Smith nd row Curtis Sawyer 111, Uavid Belgrave, and Mr Jesse Dickens, Adv ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC L-R Cvnthia Bl. HISTORY OF ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded January 15, 1908, on the campus of Howard Uni- versity. The motto of the so- rority is " Merit by Culture. " The purpose of the sorority is to stress service to all man- kind. The chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha, here at Fay- etteville State University is Delta Alpha. Officers: L-R Angela Moore, Cynthia Bio Felicia McClean Dr. Grace Black, Advij . of Alpha Kappa Alph, pose on their pi ■ OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC. .■• ■ f- ' j( - -A ' T •n. -y L-R Jerome German, Roy Davenport. Herbert McMillan, Back Row — L-R Jasper Cokely, Lorenzo Grays m ' P Mr Moses Walker, Adv Jamesena Brayboy, Secretary Vivian Holmes, Assistant Secretary Flora Dickens, Tn Sophia Norginns, Vice President Dean of Pie JS F r ' n Gwendolyn Ki-a, Public Relations Valerii " Massev, President Miss Delta Sigma Thela DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. HISTORY OF DELTA SIGMA THETA Founded: January 13, 1913 Place: Howard University Motto: " Intelligence Is the Torch of Wis- dom " Dr. Wilma Henry, Advisor ■ -J m Trf ' Valone Rohii Pan Hellenic Representativ PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY Kneeling — William Wesley. Vice President, Mark Windlev, Chaplain Middle— James T. Johnson, Historian Kenneth Johnson, Secretary, Thurman Whitted, Treasur - er Back-Billv Hopkins, Jr , President and John H. Wil ..» Iiams, Parliamentarian History of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was found- ed on January 9, 1914 on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was char- tered on the Fayetteville State University campus on November 24, 1954. Mr. Irving Veazie, Advisor KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY INC. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. was founded January 5, 1911 in Bloomington, Indiana, Indiana State University. " The DREAM " of Elder Watson Diggs was to assist Achievement and Brother- hood in every field of human endeavor. It ' s purpose is to shape a group personality unique in the annals of college greekletter or- ganizations around the idea of achievement. Cr.,ig l)u NON ORGANIZATIONS GROOVE PHI GROOVE o -- f " - " COCOA PHI COCOA TAN PHI COCOA NUN PHI NUN A O L P H A P H I T H I OMEGA H E T A CONGO CONGO was established for the specific purpose of ridding the campus of the animosity which re- sults from competition among campus organizations. The members of CONGO hope to establish a better relationship with the community by providing various kinds of services to people. c$c s$s i$e N$N G$S T$T T$0 T$C G G s I G M A G A M M A R H O L-R Berthine Walker, Dean of Pledgees and Lillie Booth, Basileu L-R Sharon Burney, Treasurer and Gwendolyn Graham, Treasurer Mrs Evelyn Durham, Adv GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA - =■ Place: Ne Motto: " Unity and Se TAU PHI TAU SOCIAL FELLOWSHIP L-R Jackie Rowland, Gwen Covington and Shirvon Strayhorn Mr Jerry W.Uiams, Advi COCOA PHI COCOA SOCIAL FELLOWSHIP L-R Front— James Curry, Maurice Hawkins, Robert Rice, Marvin Allen Back— Carmel Jones, Percy Moore, John Robii Aaron Baines N U N P H I N U N s F o E c L I L A O L W s H I P L-R Ronald Guion, James Autry, and William Freeman Mr. C 1 Brown, Advisor L-R Viremia Morrison, Precellia Pratt, Grace Brown, Celmintine Artis and Sharon Brya Mrs. Barbara Claytor, Adviser GROOVE PHI GROOVE SOCIAL FELLOWSHIP L-R Shannon Sutton and Eugene Lowery The essence of Groove Phi Groove cannot be embellowed in a few short words; especial- ly by one that holds not a sword. 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 and to love your brothers is what Groove is all about. Steve McFarland L-R Frankie Hansley, Victor Smith, Ulysses Harris, and Michael Pittman Mr Walter Johnson, Adv September 9, 1980 Dill Clary (Magic Show) Seabrook Auditorium 8:00 p.m. " Free " September 17, 1980 Michael Best (Metropolitan Opera Tenor) Rosenthal C hoir Room 8:00 p.m. " Free " March 19, 1981 Drums of Fire (African Donee) Seobrook Auditorium 8:00 p.m. " Free " February 19, 1981 Show Players and Company Raisins (Drama) Seabrook Auditorium 7:30 p.m. " Free " April 13, 1981 Patricio Trice (Pianist) Rosenthal Choir Room 8:00 p.m. " Free " For informofion, conrocf Irv Veozie, 486-11 66 Fayelleuille Stale University is a constituent institution ot the University ot North Carolina Lyceum Series Schedule 1980 - 81 Lyceum Committee Members Brenda Bethea, Janet Boykin, Willis Brinkley, Kimberley Brisbon, Jerry Davis, Billy Hopkins, Jr., Henry James, Ricardo James, Katie Johnson, Alfredia Lewis, Delores McLaughlin, Paulette McRae, Deborah Smith, Barbara Stelly, Gail Sutton, Annette Valentine, Bertie Wadford, Mr, Irving Veazie, Chairman, Mrs. Arnetha Robinson, Mrs. Marie Kennedy, Mrs. Evelyn Reeves, Dr. Marye Jefferies, Mr. Harvey Jenkins The Lyceum Committee sponsored Bill Clary ' s Magic Show held in the Seabrook Auditorium. The program was thoroughly enjoyed by the student body and members of the community. LYCEUM SERIES The Lyceum Committee and Area of Music pre- sented Michael Best and wife Marsha Andrews ac- companied by Harlan Duenow, pianist in the Rosenthal Recital Hall. This affair was well attended bv the FSU Family and the community. L-R Marsha Andrews, Sopr, nd the wife of Michael Best, Ten Ms Andrews received a bouquet of flowers from Ms. Caletha Powell, Acting Director for Development and University Relations. LYCEUM SERIES GOSPEL CHOIR and Bases Donald |armon and Judson Mattocks, L-R Kennedy Allen, James Collins, Windell John Rone, Darrell Washington, Kenneth McKeathen, Michael Pearcill, Norris Robinson, Michael Pittn n, Ronnie Graham, t, Joe Johnson, Ron -%(% Pi n - o Sopranos Geraldine Robinson, Cassandra Lowrey, Valerie Knight, Angela Hardy, Verginald Drumwright, Patricia Johnson, Charlotte Morrison, Karen Brown, Debra Rvals, Linda McCallum L-R Cynthia Taliaferro, Valerie Frazier, Janice Gibbs, Leola Weeks, Angela Yoeman, Frances McLean, Kim Dean, Helen Hooks, Vanessa Burge, Janice Harris, Minnie Futrell, Willette Faison, Linda Stevens, Charlene Pearson, Callena Williams, Lucelia Turnage, Fernetta Black, Sonja Brown, and Patricia Arrington FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN STUDENTS L-R First row Sherlyn Foye, Marcia Inman, Patricia Satterthwaite, Brenda Johnson, Vaughn, Retha Peterson, Linda Jones. Fran- ces Green, Betty McCormick, Wander Hayslett, Jerlyn Foye, Mrs. Yuvonne Robinson, Advisor, L-R Second row Marque Dar- hngton, Allen Little, Andre ' Bredell, Najohnnie Jordan, Wilbur, Dino Russell, Min. Donald Whitley, Min. Richard Powell. Steve McDonald, Timothy Moore, Tonv Collins, Anthony Thompson, Lee Hill, Rev. Daniel White. L-R Mrs. Yuvonne Robinson, Advisor, Brenda Johnson, Retha Peterson, Rev. Donald Whitley, Marque Darlington, Preside 7 w - - » Ks ' ' v- " ' ' k. y VOICE STAFF a rr 1 r.i i,.r l.it.-rjry Editor Carolyn Robinson, Reporter S Ml Kjm. - " " • B T " ' ' 1 " r ». -- -• F Wb " J 3y • HHk ' ■■ : 9 IQh . i ' f f ( -m H B- . 1 Charles King, Staff " Writer Beverly Edge, Layout Editor 9i Hillv Hopkinh, News Editor Kenneth Johnson, Features Edito V o I c E E D I T O R S Lillie Booth. Editor-in-Chief Curtis Pnchard, Managing Editor BRONCO FOOTBALL TEAM 1980-81 1 . ..: H ikMMiiHiiia 1980-81 FSU BRONCO FOOTBALL TEAM L-R FSU Coaching Staff; Mr. Anderson Powell, Mr. William Spencer, Mr. Willie Bryant, Mr Thomas Morris, Coach, Mr Benjamin Eaton, Mr. John Munn JiinrrniniOT ' mi ' ffl " - i t Aw r otMs ' Kenneth T.llman, Left Tackle Senior Br. L-R Kneeling Jerrv ' Beatty, )err ' Davis, Earnest Hackley, Ike Hall, and Craig Dun Hawkins, Jeff Ballard, Kenneth Tillman, Steven Sims, Roy Oliver L-K stjndmg shannon Sutton, Earnest Jt 81 -. 7 ' ' WBl jf Backfield. L-R Tod Wasfiington, Roy Oliver and David Cagh Offe-nsivt- Lm. ' L-K sh,in]i..n SuU.ul, Jeff Bdliard, Steve Sjmms, Dale Crosby, l-reddie Cirretl, Altui, lohiison, Anlh..nv Hooks Assistant Coach Spencer demonstrates a play to members of the team during training 1 Taylor and Coach ' Morns talk Kh t fte of the« " team ntmbers during practic F S U Broncos get a lot of supp ort from Bronco Fans Rah! Rah! we got the Bronco ipiril. Bronco player takes break between action. The FSU- alter half tii CO Band leaves the football field I over Coach Morris gives instructions to quarter i k Jo Valentine and Assistant Coach Spence watche the defensive team on the field. MEN ' S VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM L-R front row Richard Robinson, Willis Jon. L-R back row Mike Cunningham, Martin G Lanier Hobbs, Joel Harris, Charles Blackwell s Peoples, Bonny McNeil, Ricai William Person, Alan Davis, Ja Bacon, Reginald Da Knight, Steven Mi FSU MEN ' S BASKETBALL ROSTER 1980-81 NAME CLASS POS. HOMETOWN Robinson, Richard JR. G Orangeburg, SC Mims, Steven SR. F Fayetteville, NC McNiel, Bonny JR. G Durham, NC Knight, James JR. F Newport News, VA Peoples, Charles SR. G Newport News, VA Bacon, Ricardo SR. G Willingboro, NJ Ashe, Charles SR. G New Haven, CT Davis, Reginald JR. F Fayetteville, NC Blackwell, Charles SO. G Rockingham, NC Davis, Alan so. G Crafton, VA. Gilliard, Martin so. F Georgetown, SC Jones, Willie so. G Flint, MI Person, William so. C Nesmith, SC Singleton, Doug so. G Georgetown, SC Dunningham, Mick FR. F Memphis, TN Harris, Joel FR. C Pensacola, FL Hobbs, Lanier FR. C Louisville, KY Rouse, Reginald FR. F Kinston, NC Mr. Jake Ford, Coach Bonnie McNeil, Jr. Guard FSU BRONCOS MIGHTY BRONCOS BRON S ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN si WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL TEAM FSU WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL ROSTER 1980-81 NAME Butler, Aniska Drayton, Sherlyn Elmore, Jesse Grambling, Selma Sharon Jones Dianthia Morris Peggy Norton Stewart, Veronica Smith, Concetha Stringfield, Annette Watkins, Vennette HOMETOWN Nassau, Bahamas Hollywood, SC West Virginia New Handon, NC Fayetteville, NC New Jersey Fayetteville, NC Queens, NY Norfolk, VA Mt. Olive, NC Flint, Michigan stm jtmrnmi FSU WOMEN BRONCOS L-R Dianthia Morris and Selma Grambling are the co-captains for Womens Basketball team. Dianthia Morns (24) aims for 2 points. LADY BRONCOS VS ST. PAUL TIGERETTES Charles Peoples, Senior guard, scores against Virginia State BRONCO BAND he Fayetteville State University ■ching Band is under the direction of ' . Richard Jones. The band has grown ce last year. Pom Pom Girls are now an addition to the band. CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TEAM L-R) 1st row Robert Dancy, Ronald Richardson, William Bennett, Darrell Stewart, Sherman Baker, Wendell Troy, L-R 2nd row Dr. Henry Darlington, Jr., Coach, Kenneth Sanders, William McKinnon, Roderick Roberts, Marsena Davis, Floyd Sapp, Roy Sapp, Marque Darlington, L-R 3rd row Donald Campbell, Aaron Williams and Sid Phyant TENNIS CLUB pS ' " f 3al J tr Mr jft JNl Wfji 1 ' Bt t ' Wj grWKK m . . 9 Pl wBf ■ 1 th S ff B C J Bl W r V ' m y L-R Gregory W. ]o les, Steve McPharland, Kathy Davis, Nadine Quiller, Wallac e Preston and James Currie Mr. Page Saunders, Coach FSU GOLF TEAM • fmi : f%lr .-m .y ., " la.. Steve Coleman ' • : ' i V Ricardo Steven Mr, Moses Walker, Coach i I L-R Tony Terry, Sii Redell Miller, Gregory Pridgen, Ricardo Stevens HISTORY OF GOLF TEAM (MEN) Men Golf Team have won six (6) straight CIAA Championships and four (4) CIAA Medalist Championships. Tony Terry was the CIAA Medalist Champion in 1979-80. Riccardo Stevens, CIAA Regular Season Medalist Champion in 1979-80, Steve Coleman, Runner-up, CIAA Medalist Champion in 1979-80. Current Year Statistics Eighth place finish competing in the Methodist College Tournament. The Golf Team have participated in tournaments with schools such as: University of North Carolina, Duke University, East Carolina, Pembroke State College, Virginia Wesleyan, Coastal Carolina, Guilford College, Christopher Newport, Bulefield Col- lege, Pfeiffer College, Livingstone College, St. Andrews College, UNC— Wilmington, Greensboro College, Campbell College, John Hopkins College and St. Augustine ' s College. Won championship with Old Dominion Golf Tournament, New Port News, Virginia. Redell Miller was also a Medalist Champion. Finished in 9th place with the Campbell University Invitational Golf Tournament with schools such as Wake Forest, UNC— Chapel Hill, NC State (Raleigh), Augusta College, Duke University, Campbell College A, Campbell College B, Georgia Southern, East Carolina, UNC Charlotte, UNC— Wilmington, Methodist Col- lege, High Point College, Richmond College, Atlantic Christian College, Pembroke State, Pfeiffer College and St. Augustine ' s College. Coach Moses Walker has been named coach of the year for six consecutive years. CHEERLEADERS -totti .. .«« ■ :«. -«•, -({ifiA St. i ■--s " . ' - ' ..v H ' 2; L-R Sharon Hardin, Brenda Edwards, Cheryl Addison, Iris Martin, Michelle Smith, Susie McPhearson, Jean Colvin, Be Williams. Phoedra Parker, Debbie Bell Bronco cheerleaders chant cheer during one of the football gam ' Beverly Williams has the Spirit ' CHEERLEADERS ' livl L-R 1st row Iris Martin, Susie McPhearson, Phoedra Parker, Nadine Quiller, Wanda McLaughlin, L-R 2nd row Brenda Edwards, Jean Colvin, Debbie Bell, Antionette Porter, Beverly Williams, L-R 3rd row Cheryl Addison, Michelle Smith, and Bridgett Barnes Ms Maceo Smith, Coach Michelle Smith chants a cheer during the g; WOMEN ' S VOLLEYBALL TEAM L-R Kneeling Rechelle Rucker, Patti Middleton, Hattie Humphrey, Nina Collins, Deborah Glenn, L-R 2nd row Coach Yvonne Ed- wards, Poco Hughy, Assistant Manager, Cynthia Hardell, Hattie Sutton, Teresa Gilmore, Deloris Monroe, Shelia Ashley, Deborah Collins, Peggie Horton WOMEN ' S SOFTBALL TEAM L-R Kneeling Debbie Parks, Sandy Powell, Nellie King, and Brenda Edwards, L-R 2nd row Wanda Hill, Sharon McKoy, Shell, McCoy, Jackie Redding, Beverly Edge, Patricia Johnson, Helen Smith Ms. Maceo Smith, Coach FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY CHOIR Mr. Augustus Pearson, Jr., Director The Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. sponsored a Christmas Party for the Pre-School Laboratory in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Student Center. The Winners Softball team wait in the dugout for the next inning BteePI HBHBHi Fayetteville State University chartered a bus on May 17th to Washington D. C. to join other ral- ly participants and marched up to Capitol Hill. This rally was headed by Rev. Jesse Jackson. The purpose of the •tf- r ' (V i ' march was to save Black universi- ties, unemployment, .etc. . Fayetteville State University ' s participation in this march was co- ordinated by Mr. Irving Veazie, Di- rector of Student Activities. ' ' • 1 Fayetteville State University chartered a bus to Washington D. C. for the Black College Day ' 80 on Mon- day, September 29, 1980. -TTT-r- II ©flY80 r " r ■- ' Sun Chancellor Lyons (middlo) greets two students from Fayetteville State University who came to |om the march for Black College Day. ' -s % L-R Chancellor Charles " A " Lyons and Mr. Tony Brown, host of The Tony Brown Journal, greet each other during the Black College Day in Washington, DC Sandra Simmons from Mississippi Valley State University was crowned as Miss Black Colleee Dav ' 80, ART EXHIBIT Representation of works of students who are taking art classes but major in other subjects. The art exhibit is now in its third week and being viewed by students and others interested in the exhibit. »i::immgm M E5LaL j m tt-Mi JC " r DIVISION OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Area of Business Administration Dr. Man.m C George Mr Israel W Rwe|una AREA OF BUSINESS EDUCATION OFFICE ADMINISTRATION Dr. C. Jeanne Lew: Ms. Carrie Strokes DIVISION OF EDUCATION HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Area of Education Dr. Clarence White, Jr Dr Dolores D. Wolfe AREA OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION RECREATION m Mr. Jake Ford Dr. Rossevelt Holmes Dr. Raymond McDougald Mr Page Saunders Ms. Maceo Smith DIVISION OF GENERAL STUDIES AREA OF READING Ms Earlyn G Jordan Mr Edward McDonald Mr. Felton Thomas General Studies The objectives for the General Studies Division are to provide a sound and basic academic program from students of varied levels of achievement and at the same time provide a stimulat- ing academic environment which will engender positive self-con- cepts necessary for optimum success in the chosen major. After completing the general core of courses, students will be able to: 1. Demonstrate that they have acquired skill in the art of logi- cal, relative and creative thinking; 2. Evidence the fundamental skills of effective communication through oral and written methods; 3. Demonstrate that they have mastered techniques of acquir- ing and utilizing knowledge; 4. Show concrete evidence of acceptance of the responsibilities and privileges of citizenship in the community and national affairs; 5. Analyze and choose courses of action which will contribute to the solution of programs; 6. Demonstrate a knowledge of intellectual and aesthetic ac- complishments in both environmental and cultural expres- sions which represent the world millieu; 7. Demonstrate in the execution of their learning experiences, elements which depict positive self concepts, individual uniqueness, pride in one ' s cultural heritage, and knowledge of the university of men, regardless of age, race, creed or nationality; 8. Demonstrate acquisition of the fundamental concepts of knowledge of the general core courses. DIVISION OF HUMANITIES FINE ARTS Area of Modern Foreign Languages Dr. John T. Wolfe, Jr., Head Dr. Virginia F. Curry, Coordinator Dr David S Dia . Mrs Catlnerlene S. TJiomps. Area of Literature Dr. Elaine Newsome, Coordinato Dr. Joan E. Corbett Mrs. Ophelia Holmes Dr Peter Valent Area of English and Dramatic Arts Dr Richard D Sharp Mrs. Sandra E. Sharp Dr. Frank L Whaley DIVISION OF HUMANITIES FINE ARTS CON ' T Area of Music Mr Richard Jo Mr Paul D, Tamblyn Mr Roger H, Taylo Area of Art Mr, Syed M, Yunu Mr Harvey Jenkins, Coordinator Area of Philosophy Dr Chacko C Thomas, Coordinator DIVISION OF PHYSICAL LIFE SCIENCES Area of Chemistry Mr Robert Higgins, Coordinator Area of Physics Dr. Lee M, Kle Area of Geography 1 Y r t,- . Mr. Richard T Robinson, Coordinator Ms Cvnthui B Huff Area of Medical Technology Dr. Dennis Nathaniel, Coordinator Dr. Pinapaka Murthy, Coordinator Dr Defield T. Holmes, Coordinator Area of Biology t.n «Afr Mrs Virginia Di Dr Joseph L Knuckh DIVISION OF PHYSICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES CONT Area of Mathematics Department of Aerospace Studies Lt. Col. Bobby E. Battle, Coordinator Capt Chfton Job Capt Rufus Wasbingto DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Area of Political Science Mrs Dorothv E Lane, Coordinator I Dr. Otieno Okelo Area of History Area of Sociology r A - Mr ]ohn B, Henderson Mr. John Stokes Dr Hubert Doub, Coordinator " Dr. J. C. Moore, A Great Inspiration " Whatever you select for your life ' s work, unless you have a very deep love or spirit of dedication, you will not do the very best job you are capable of doing. You must also have a love for the stu- dent or you can ' t teach him very much. " This was the philosophy of a man who was " both a scholar and a humanist. That man was Dr. J. C. Moore, a " Great Inspiration. " Dr. Moore was a " Great Inspira- tion " because he was dedicated to his students. He departed this life on Monday, September 1, 1980. Ev- ery student who had the honor of taking a class under Dr. Moore was stunned by his death. Many of us lost more than a teacher because we looked upon Dr. Moore as a fa- therly figure. We cannot repay him for the inspiration he gave most of us, however, because we loved him so much the first edition of The Voice for 1980-81 is dedicated to Dr. J. C. Moore. A Dedicated Instructor " I ' ll lock the door at 8 O ' clock " Dr. Moore would calmly say. . . " And if we have late comers They won ' t get in today! " " This is your next assignment " Were words he said each week. . . The rest was up to the student To the library, we would seek. . . Oh Boy! When that day arrived To pass the papers back. . . Everyone would be curious If Dr. Moore would crack. . . But, after it all was over. . . And the end of the semester had come. We all could proudly say We ' ve learned from what we ' ve done. . By Valery Frazier " Dr. John Clayton Moore, Asso- ciate Professor of Humanities in the Area of English and Dramatic Arts, departed this life on Monday, September 1, 1980 at his home. Dr. Moore joined the faculty at Fayetteville State University in Au- gust, 1975. A true scholar, his de- meanor was that of a man of knowledge. He believed in the art of teaching and felt that a profes- sor ' s job was " to teach " and he did just that. During his tenure at Fayetteville State University, he served on a wide variety of University commit- tees and taught the interdisciplin- ary humanities courses: Music, Art and Ideas which sparked his ge- By Billy C. Hopkins, Jr., News Editor Rest On. . .Dr. Moore The Lord is merciful and mighty For he knows just what is best. We must have our faith in him And aim to pass His test. . . When loved ones are called away. Our eyes become full of tears. . But, we must learn to be cheerful To overcome our fears. . . Sometimes the unexpected goes And we don ' t understand. . . But, we can smile on Dr. Moore Cause he was a wonderful man. by Valery Joy Frazier Air Force ROTC sponsored a Blood Insurance Plan Program on December 10, 1980. The nurses taki blood were from Cape Fear Valley Hospital. Thomasina Williams hopes it will be i A TOUR OF YOUR HOME. Joyner Hall nn lilllllll inn ' Rudolph Jones Student Center A TRIBUTE TO ■A MAN DESERVING RECOGNITION " MARTIN LUTHER KING, )R A winner of Ihe Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 and a passionate believer in using nonviolent methods no matter what the provocation might be. King fought the battle against bigotry with courage and eloquence until his violent death in Memphis, Tenness ee, in 1968, King preached nonviolence to his followers as he led them to many civil rights victories, including the Civil Rights Act of 1965 and the 1963 March on Washington, which was attended by a huge crowd of people lanuarv 15, 1929 p ,, , ,5 3 ' ' (Assassinated) Honorable Beth Finch, Mayor, City of Fayetteville L-R Dr C R. Edwards, Minister First Baptist Church and Speaker, Mr, Harry L Jones, Sr , Executive Director Fayetteville Metropolitan Housing Authority, Honorable Mayor Beth Finch, Dr. Charles " A " Lyons, Chancellor L-R Chancellor Charles " A " Lyons, Dr. C, R. Edwards, Mr. Harry L. Jones, Sr., Honorable Mayor Beth Finch, Dr. Rudolph Jones, President Emeritus Fayetteville State University, Rev. Aaron Johnson, a City Councilman of Fayetteville and Minister of Mount Sinai Baptist Church. Dr C R Edv To Dr Martii ards. Minister of First Baptist Church was the speaker for A Tribute Luther King, |r PROGRAM WELCOME Presiding Officer Invocation Dr, Rudolph Jones Presider Emeritus Fayetteville State Univ. Song Lift Ever ' Voice and Sing Teresa Johnson FSU Student • • • Lunch • • Proclamation Presentation Honorable Beth Finch Mayor. Cil of Fayetteville INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER Dr. Charles A Lyons, ChancelU Fayetteville State University A TRIBUTE TO Dr. C R Edwards DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. Minister First Baptist Church REMARKS Mr. Harry L, Jones, Sr Executn Director Fayetteville Metro. Hou ing Authority CLOSING PRAYER Rev Aaron Johnson Minist. Mount Sinai Baptist Church Rev Aaron Johnson, Minister of Mount Sii ptist Church gives the closing EDITOR ' S MESSAGE This year, the Fayettevillian Staff enters into the 1980 ' s with an exclusive yearbook designed especially for Fayetteville State University. The cover displays our Mascot the Bronco. Our pub- lication ' s theme Res Non Verba translated as " Deeds Not Words " is taken from the Fayetteville State University Seal. The 1980-81 Fayettevillian Yearbook is dedicated to Mrs. Emaretta Felton for her impressive history of teaching and good deeds toward the community. I would like to thank God, the staff, the advisors, Mr. Irving Veazie, Mrs. Rosemary Byrd, Mr. John B. Henderson and special thanks to Mr. Charles Mooney. S MuJ Dennis Milliard Editor-in-Chief |5 »• ■ Class Editor a " ; Jimmy Gibbs, Publications Staffer and Ronald Sp.cer, Photogarpliy Editor Design and Layouts FAYETTEVILLIAN STAFF (NOT PICTURED) lamesena Braboy Design and Layouts Romona Morrow Organizations Editor Teresa Plummer, Sopfiomore Class Editor Bertie Wadford Pfiotographer Dennis McNair Pfiotograpfier Mrs Rosemary Byrd Advisor Mrs Yuvonne Robinson Advisor FAYETTEVILLIAN „- _ YEARBOOK STAFF Mr. Irving Veazie, Chief APPRECIATION TO: Mr. John Henderson and Mr. Charles Moo- ney for their photographic support to the yearbook. I a; ' I, O ■3 1, (V ■M 1 o nj 6JD esv) BC v es

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