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Dr. Lafayette Parker, a graduate of Fayetteville State Teachers College, Class of ' 42, has served since that time as a member of the faculty, except for the time spent in the armed services (1942-46), where he obtained the rank of Captain. He has served as professor of education, director of alumni affairs and placement, and since 1957, as Dean of the College. Dr. Parker received the Ed. D. Degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1957. Aside from his asidious schedule, he finds time to enjoy his family which includes his charming wife, Eunice Sharpless Parker, and daughter, Euinicia Faye. We, the members of the yearbook staff, expressing the sentiments of the en- tire college family, humbly dedicate this edition of the Fayettevillian to you because of all that you have given and endured for your Alma Mater, your wonderful person- ality, your remarkable values of life, and your benevolence to everyone. May you live long, and may your admiration, loyalty, and concern for Fayette- ville State Teachers College be perpetuated through the years. PEPICATI NI " Alumnus of the Year--1959-60 "
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Vr- Touiy on The school year 1960-61 was filled with many changes and experiences for all of us — the members of the college family. This publication gives some of the highlights of these changes such as; added capital improvements, increased and improved faculty and staff, increased alumni participation, increased enrollment, and vast changes in the curriculum, ' ncluding major areas other than elementary education. One significant change is the name of the present publi- cation from the " BRONCO " to the " FAYETTEVILLIAN " . The experiences of the past year, we hope, will serve as an in- spiration to the alumni and to others interested in our progress. wisr RY Fayetteville state Teachers College, the oldest Teachers Education Institution established in North Carolina, was founded in 1867 through the initiative and philanthropy of many benefactors in whose honor some of the buildings on our campus are named. The Howard School had as its first principal Robert Harris, who Lived to see this school become state supported in 1877. In 1880, Charles W. Chesnutt was chosen to head the institution and served for three years. In 1883, Dr. E. E. Smith was elected president. Fifty years later, upon Dr. Smith ' s retirement, there were more than a dozen brick buildings, and a two year normal program for the preparation of teachers. Dr. J. W. Seabrook, having served as Dean of the College for 11 years, became president in 1933. During his presidency, the college began a four year program. Additional buildings were erected, and many other improvements were made. In 1956, Dr. Rudolph Jones was elected president. Two-year courses in Auto Mechanics and Secretarial Science were begun in 1957; many capital improvements were made, and the faculty and enrollment were increased. The curriculum was expanded to include majors in English, biology, history, sociology, physical education and minors in art and music. In 1961, the college was admitted as a member of the Southern Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges.
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r W Left to right: Albert J. Ellis, Jacksonville; Dr. W. P. DeVane, Fayetteville; Guerney E. Edgerton, Fayetteville; Emil Rosenthal, Goldsboro; John H. Cook, Chairman, Fayetteville; C.J. Barber, Raleigh; W. E. Horner, Sanford, and Ed. L. White, Pine Level. Additional members not pictured; R. J. Hester, Jr., Elizabethtown; Stewart B. Warren, Clinton; Victor Dawson, Fayetteville, and Walter Baker, Raeford. " Ye Ole Bell Tower . . . atop Aycock Building " J
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