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OLD WHITE AND BLUE Alma Mater Our colors so true, oh hail, white and blue! To thee our voices ring. Tho ' seasons may roll, and changes unfold Thy praise we ' ll ever sing. All honors and love and loyalty. We pleadge our hearts anew, Our Alma Mater, F. T. C, We hail thee, old white and blue. We cherish each hall, each time- honored wall, Each bending tree and bower, Tho ' far ve may roam, thy spriit leads on To victory and power, With courage and might and majesty, March on old colors true Our Alma Mater, F. T. C. We ' ll stand by old white and blue:
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DEDICATION TO OUR DEAR MOTHER To the one who loves us all, Who wishes us much success in life, Who prays for us each day. To the one who loves us as an individual. Who watches for our progress in each day ' s work, Who cares for us all. To that dear one and only one Mother Seabrook, we wish to dedicate The Year Book. In honor of the Class of 1950 by Nellie J. Williamson, ' 50
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PRESIDENT JAMES WARD SEABROOK A.B., Ped.D., Johnson C. Smith University; A.M., Columbia University; further study: Columbia University, University of Chicago, New York University. President James Ward Seabrook has rendered his services at Fayetteville State Teachers College for 28 years. He first acted in the capacity of Dean of Students and later succeeded the late Dr. E. E. Smith to the presidency of the institution. During his reign as president he has tried to inculcate in the minds of faculty and students alike, the virtues of courage, honesty, and love of fellowmen. Due to the democratic ideas of President Seabrook, the first student council was inaugurated at the institution in 1950. It is the profound opinion of the Class of ' 50 that any institution or organization can only prosper under the guidance of James Ward Seabrook. Herbert K. Spruill A MESSAGE TO OUR GRADUATES I salute the editors of the 1950 Yearbook and congratulate them upon the energy and initiative manifested in its compilation. May the future years mirror personal achievement and public service on the part of those whose photographs appear here. May fond memories return as the alumni and alumnae turn these pages in future years.
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