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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Coronation .••■'' 

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Studfent Life ......:. 

Administration 

Schools . . ^ 

Sporte ._ 

Organization .;.. 

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.Who's Who 

Supportive ServKH^ . 



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CONVOCATION 

On October 14, 1975 the Aggie's were 
entertained by Dr. John Clarke a Black 
Historian at Convocation. We were 
inspired by his message on the 
Bicentennial. 

September 17, 1975, Alvin Attles, head 
coach of the champion Golden State 
Warriors, spoke before a capacity crowd 
for the fall semester convocation in 
Moore Gymnasium. 

The mayor of Greensboro had 
proclaimed the day as "Alvin Attles 
Day", and the festival occasion was 
highlighted by the dominant Aggie 
spirit. 

Attles attributed his success to the 
excellent background he had received 
here at A&T. 





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THE CROWNING OF A QUEEN 




Miss A & T: Christal Watson 






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Miss A & T and Court: Left to 
right: Reba Greene. Senior 
Attendant; Remonia Enoch, Junior 
Attendant; Chris Watson, Miss A 
& T; Robin Dixon, Sophomore 
Attendant; and Gwendolyn 
Robinson, Freshman Attendant. 



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HOMECOMING PARADE 



COME follow the parade 







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A BLAST FROM THE PAST THROUGH 
AGGIELAND 



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Now follow the Aggies to the game 
the crowd was there 
the band was there 
the queen was there 
And to win the game against Mary- 
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MISS A & T: CHRIST AL WATSON; A QUEEN 

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STUDENT LIFE 



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SPECIAL EFFECTS FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE 





If Aggies see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil, what do 
Aggies do? 

Aggies are a special people who create special effects as they 
move. Constantly progressing in different directions they set a 
mood of their own. Aggies are individuals that modify their 
strengths and purposes to stand behind the blue and gold. 



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Dr. J. E. Marshall, 
Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 




Mr. Matthew King, 
Vice Chancellor for Fiscal Affairs 



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Dr. Glenn Rankins, 

Vice Chancellor For Academics Affairs 




L-S COVINCTOt 

J-HCOWART 

OF CROWSON 

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ALEXANDER CRAH 

FOSTER HANKIN: 

ARCHIBALD JOHNS 

M C S NOBLE 

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CM VANSTORY 

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OFFICERS 

M C S NOBLE. CHAIR 
F D BLUFORD. PRLSIt 
E R HODCIN. TREASI 



Mr. Marshall Colson, 

Vice Chancellor for De\'elopment 



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Mr. Neil Armstrong, 
Director of Summer School 



Mrs. Virginia McKee, 
Assistant to Chancellor 



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Mr. Richard Fields, 
Director of Planning 



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Mr. Joe Williams. 
Alumni Affairs 



Mr. T. Mahaffey, 
Administrative Assistant to Chancellor 



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Mr. Vance Gray, 
Director of Financial Aid 



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Mr. Gerald Gray, 
Director of Physical Plant 




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EMMETT BELLAMY 
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OF- CROWSON 
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ALEXANDER CRAH,, 
FOSTER HANMNS 
ARCHIBALD JOHNS 
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OFFICERS 

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BLUFORD, pRtJir 
iHODCIN. TREASI 



Mr. William H. Gamble, 
Director of Admissions 




Mr. Willie Ellis. 

Assistant Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs 



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Dr. Rudolph Artis, 
Registration and Records 



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Talmange Bull, Acting Chairman of Animal Science (above 
(below) Dr. A. P. Bell, Chairman of Agriculture Education 



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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 



William Lawrence, Education and Guidance 



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SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Dr. Artis Graves, Biology (above) 
Leroy Holmes, Art (below) 





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Dr. Jimmie Williams, Music (above) 
Dr. Jason Gilchrist, Physics (below) 



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Dr. Jimmy Williams, Chairman of English Department 

(above! 
William Delauder (acting chairman) Chemistry 

Department (below) 




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Ms. Bernadette Anderson, Chairman of Speech 
Communication Department (above! 
Waverlyn Rice, Chairman of Foreign Language 
Department 




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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
AND ECONOMICS 




Dean: Quiester Craig, School of Business and Economics 



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Dr. Danny Pogue, Acting Chairman of Business 

Administration i above i 

Dr. Sidney Evans. Chairman of Economics 

Dr. Meada Shipman, Department of Business 

Education 



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SCHOOL OF NURSING 



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Mrs. Yvonne Spencer. Freshman Advisor 
Mrs. Helen McCollough, Sophomore Advisor 
Mrs. Carrie Walden, Senior Level Coordinator 




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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 



Paul E. Gray, Chairman of Electrical Engineering 

Dept. 
Dr. Abba V. Sharma. Chairman of Mechanical 

Engineering Dept. 
Dr. C.W. Pinkey, Director of Industrial Education 

And Technology 



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Dean of Graduate 
School: Dr. Albert 
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GRADUATE SCHOOL 



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AGGIE FOOTBALL AT ITS BEST 








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Row two from left to right: 




No. 


Name 


Pos. 


No. 


Name 


Pos. 


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Watis McNeil 


DB 


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Russell Woodard 


DB 


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Bernard Anderson 


SE 


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Glenn Holland 


RB 


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Dexter Feaster 


SE 


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Marcus Floyd 


DB 


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James Lilly 


FL 


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Ricardo Bynum 


OT 


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Orsure Wary Stokes 


FL 


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Wheeler Brown 


OT 


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Willie Jones 


LB 


33 


Frank Scott 


DT 


48 


William Blue 


LB 


76 


Greg Scott 


DT 


23 


George Ragsdale 


DB 


53 


James Merrick 


DT 


77 


Ron Morgan 


DT 


78 


Ken Campbell 


DT 


74 


David Brown 


OT 


16 


Dave Simms 


DB 


71 


Stan Christian 


OG 


91 


Clint Bostick 


LB 


37 


Ralph Brown 


DB 


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Ken Villaponteaux 


OG 


90 


Walter Bennet 


TE 


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Anthony Porchia 


LB 


93 


James Paige 


LB 


28 


Steve Lynes 


RB 


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Jerome Simmons 


LB 


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Joseph Crosby 


LB 








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Howard Barnhill 


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Clayton Pride 


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Row three from left to right: 

No. Name Pos. 

34 Ron Aiken RB 

54 Arthur Curry LB 

70 Dwaine Board DE 

22 Calvin Hawkins DB 

57 Emanuel Davis LB 

87 Lewis Alston LB 

36 Terry Bellamy DB 

62 Gerrell Wall OT 

19 George Norman FL 

21 Michael Lane 

45 George Brittle RB 

5 Steven Ryan QB 

27 Kenny Carr RB 

52 Leon Rucker DT 

11 Rodney Westmoreland QB 

56 George Small OT 



Row four from left to right: 

No. Name Pos. 

83 James Garrison WR 

92 Liberache Harris TE 

81 Jearold Holland DE 
51 Ron Aiken OG 
63 Joe Bloomfield C 
65 Charles Roberts C 
43 Bruce Black DB 
26 Pierre Melvin DB 
72 Gary Adams DT 
94 Lucien Nibbs TE 
59 Kermit Overton C 
79 Greg Roberts OG 

82 Leroy Beckett OG 
75 Arthur Boone DE 
88 Hornsby Howell TE 
47 Charles Bell DB 



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Senior Football Players — First row left to right: Willie Jones, Orsure Wary Stokes. James 
Lilly, William Blue, Stan Christian, Walter Bennet, James Paige, David Brown Second row lefl 
to right: Watis McNeil, Bernard Anderson, Russel Woodard, Ralph Brown, George Ragsdale, 
James Merrick, Charles Bell 




Co-Captains — Left to right: David Brown, Stan Christian, Ron Mor- 
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NORTH CAROLINA A & T 
STATE UNIVERSITY 
BASKETBALL TEAM 



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NO. 


HEIGHT 


WEIGHT 


CLASS 


POS. 


HOMETOWN 


Boone, Dexter 


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6-6 


190 


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Richmond. Va. 


Boulware, Gary 


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6-3 


180 


3 


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High Point. NC 


Blackwell. Arthur 


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6-4 


185 


4 


G-F 


Detroit. Mich. 


Barnes. Raymond 


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6-5 


205 


2 


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Patterson, NC 


Colbert, Sinclair 


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6-10 


220 


4 


C 


High Point. NC 


Cassell. Steve 


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6-7 


200 


1 


C-F 


Charlotte. NC 


Dickerson, Willie 


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6-2 


180 


2 


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Greensboro. NC 


Frazier, Gary 


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6-5 


195 


1 


F 


Brooklyn, NY 


Johnson. Ronald 


30 


6-8 


190 


4 


F 


Chester. Pa 


Johnson, Caleb 


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6-5 


195 


3 


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Asheboro. NC 


Levister. Michael 


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6-5 


190 


1 


F 


Pennsylvania 


Mclnnis. Terris 


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6-5 


180 


4 


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High Point. NC 


Morrisson, Greg 


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195 


2 


F 


Greensboro. NC 


Perry, Raymond 


12 


6-0 


175 


4 


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Franklinton, NC 


Pipkin, L.J. 


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6-9 


180 


1 


F 


Laurinburg, NC 


Sparrow. James 


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6-6 


185 


2 


F 


Brooklyn, NY 


Small. Kenneth 


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6-3 


175 


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Bridgeport, Conn. 



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COACH WARREN REYNOLDS in three seasons 
as head basketball coach, here at A & T, has 
captured two Mid Eastern Athletic Conl'erence 
Championships, In 1974-75 he was honored by his 
peers as the "Coach of the Year" and was also 
awarded "Top Tournament Coach." In convincing 
style. Coach Reynolds has definitely answered the 
challenge since taking over as head coach at 
North Carolina A & T State University lour years 
ago. His overall record at A & T is 67-32. He 
leads the Aggies to the MEAC Tournament in 
first position, tired with Morgan State. The rest 
will be history. 





ASSISTANT COACH AL CARTER, a 1973 
graduate of North Carolina A c& T State 
University, was a former cage standout for 
the Aggies and a vital player on two of the 
Aggies MEAC Championships. Besides his 
coaching duties, Carter is responsible for 
scouting and recruiting, two very 
important jobs in a successful program. 



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AGGIES WIN THE ME AC 

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Marshall Colson presents Dr. Maceo Nance and Dr. Hunter with the 
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Can you supply the appropriate answers!' 

— Did A & T win the MEAC Tournament? 

— Did Dr. Dowdy present James Sparrow 
(the Bird) the plaque for being named 

the "Most Valuable Player" of the MEAC? 

— Did Sparrow score 89 points in the three 
games, breaking the MEAC Tournament 
scoring record? 

— Did Ron Johnson and James Sparrow make 
the first tournament team? 

— Did Sinclair Colbert make the second 
tournament team? 

— Was Coach Warren Reynolds named the 
"Outstanding Tournament Coach?" 

— Was the MEAC Tournament held in 
Greensboro. North Carolina at the 
Greensboro Coliseum? 

— Did the A & T Basketball team receive 
an invitation to the National Invitational 
Tournament (NITl? 

(Of course all answers are yes) 



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Name 


Position 


Height 


Class 


Hometown 


Peggy Capehart 


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57" 


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Merry Hills, N.C. 


Sylvia Deloatch 


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5'4" 


3 


Conway. N.C. 


Karen Foster 


C 


6' 


1 


Deptford, N.C. 


Sheron Foster 


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51" 


1 


Greensboro, N.C. 


Janice Hool^er 


F 


5'8" 


2 


Albemarle, N.C. 


Gayla Kelly 


F 


57" 


2 


Greensboro. N.C. 


Alice Lyons 


F 


5-5" 


1 


Lewiston. N.C. 


Jeanette Marks 


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5'5" 


2 


Roanoke Rapids. N.C. 


Ivy Moody 


G 


5'6" 


2 


Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 


Eva Patterson 


F 


5'9" 


3 


Red Sprmgs, N.C. 


Robin William 


F 


55" 


1 


Greensboro, N.C. 



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'IONS 




ALPHA 
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ALPHA CHI: (left to right) Nicie Cammon, Mrs. Lucille Piggott, 
Cedric Tones, Karen Caple. Jerry Wilson, Millicent, Jemmette, 
Denese Lawendr, Velancia Pridgeon. 



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AMERICAN CHEMISTRY SOCIETY 




AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




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ALPHA KAPPA MU 




ALPHA KAPPA MU: list row) Hattie Brown, Lizzie Hooker, Paula Dudley, Denese Lavender, Anita Manley. Rita Manley, Gwendolyn 
Highsmith. i2ndl Lario Pedder, Jerry Wilson. Lonnetta Marsh, Karen CaPle, Gilbert Casterlon, Norman Smith. Not shown above: Cedric Jones. 
Barry Abie. Millicent Jeanette. Celestine Beamon, Sandra Midgett, Velancia Pridgeon, and Hohn Williams. 



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CAMPUS 

COMMUNITY 

CHURCH 







STUDENT UNION 
ADVISORY BOARD 

STUDENT UNION ADVISORY 
BOARD: Roslyn Walker, Yolanda 
Lipcomb. Phillis Glover, Ivory Faison, 
Michael Russell, George Lathum, Kim 
Childs, Greg Cursey, Veronica 
Woodard, Clark McGriff, Sue Davis, 
James Pridgen, and Roosevelt O'Neal.' 




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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL 




UNIVERSITY COUNCIL; (Sitlinf;iThe\ma Vines, Carrie Wilder. Lucille PisKot. Margaret Faust. 
lStandin)>i Anna Khan. James White. Dean Boone. Sullivan Welborne, Larry Siler, I. C. Rogers, 
Herman Fox. Robert Wilson, Norman McMiUian. 



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WOMEN'S COUNCIL 




WOMEN'S COUNCIL: list row' Sharon Bailey, Secretary: Brenda Armstrong. Awards 
Chairman: Ann Brown, President; and Sabrina WilUams, Treasurer. 



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VETERAN'S ASSOCIATION 




VETS CLUB: (1st mwl George Rice, BD Cole, Danell Thompson. (2ndi.m Blackman, 
WD Shelton, J. Wilder. Scott Keens, Jamie Bell, Henry Bounson i3rdi Bruce Smith. 
Henry Manning, Chester Payne, Milton Smith, Mark Woods. (-Jth I Jerry Murray, 
Pepper, Cornell Southerland, Chance Williamson, Simon Doctor. (5lhl Eugene 
Hinnant, Bernard McNeil. Ray Moore 



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AGRICULTURE ENGINEERS 
ASSOCIATION 




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SOCIETY OF LADY ENGINEERS 



CONTROL DATA 3300 ".:,", 




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HOME ECONOMIC CLUB; (1st rowl Darayl 
Parks, Celestine Reamen. Earlene Evans, 
Carolyn Roberts, Bernice Craig, Marguerite 
Hartsfield. Peggy Brown. l2nd row) Cynthia 
Faison, Bonita Kelly, Andre Villines, Karen 
Leake, Sandra Troy, Freda Jackson, Cathy 
Faulcon. Sylvia Siler, Phillis Glover. (3rd rowl 
Shirley Bullard, Teresa Hairston, Virginia 
Speller, Rosa Robinson, Edith Whitaker, Sylvia 
Perry, Vera Hart. Denise Jones, Rita Lester. 
Elizabeth Bell. Secretary; Lonnette Marsh. Vice 
President; and Anita Gray. President, 



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HOME 

ECONOMICS 

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ALOBEAM SOCIETY 




ALOBEAM SOCIETY: (IsH Joyce Nichols. Terry Williams, 
Cynthia Clark. l2nd/ James Copeland. Kenneth Smith and Alber 
Leach. 









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FUTURE ALUMNI 




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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 





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BIOLOGY CLUB 




BIOLOGY CLUB: Margaret Woodson, Michael George. Ometa Jackson. Doris Moody, Goldie 
Smith. Amanda Mclver. Edith Moore. Nate Brown. Myrlin Murphy. Rebecca Smith. Darrell 
German. Millicent Jennette, Ronald Jamison, Anthony Smith. Rosalmd Lawson. James Hill, 
Jackie George, and Kenny Grumb. 




DIGIT 
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PERSHING RIFLES 




Pershing Rifles; Debra Frink. Marcus Floyd. James Home, 
David Wheeler. Charles Scott, Micky Gilliam, Seamon 
Larson. Duane Clark. Larry Campbell. Joan Carr. and 
Romeo Morrisev. 



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SWING PHI SWING 



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Valeria Gantt 
Vanessa Pauling 
Danie McKiethen 



Earldine Scarborough 
Theresa Rose 
Cynthia Coefield 



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IOTA PHI THETA 




BROTHERS OF IOTA PHI THETA from left to right standing: James Smith. Alvm Folton. Carl Terrell. Charles McKnight. James Talley. Jern.' 
Nance. Henry Poe. Clarence Briscoe. Brando Quarles. Robert Ingram- Seated are Boise Friday, Bernard Smith. Donald Hillard, Waymon White, 
Michael Nicklus. and Tony Moses. Not pictured Orlanda Jackson lO. J.i 



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Winston-Salem 

Economics 



Luther Ackson Brenda Adams Annie H. Atkinson 

Lauringburg Raleigh Clarkton 

Architectural Engineering Speech and Theatre Arts Business Education 







Michael M. Adkinson 

Raeford 

Mechanical Engineering 



Consuelo Aldridge 

Dudley 

Nursing 



William Allen 
Greensboro 
Professional English 



Zebedee V. Allen 

Raleigh 

Economics 







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Nadine Alston 


Venore R. Alston 


Bernard Anderson 


igh Point 


High Point 


Durham 


St. Matthews, S.C. 


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Early Childhood Education 


Business Administration 


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Greensboro 
Industrial Technology' 
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Gloria Anderson 

Durham 

Nursing 



Milsa L. Anglin 
Republic of Panama 
Nursing 



Jesse Armstrong 
Southern Pines 
Political Science 







Minnie Armstrong 


Brenda Atkins 


Rose M. Bailev 


Sharon Ann Bailey 


Elm Citv 


New Haven, Conn. 


Butner 


Greenville, B.C. 


Professional Biolog>' 


Early Childhood Education 


Nursing 


Nursing 







Lee Baker 


Donnetta Baldwin 


Kenneth A. Baldwin 


Phvllis Baldwin 


Hope Mills 


Bladenboro 


Whiteville 


Mount Vernon, N.Y. 


Industrial Arts 


Earlv Childhood Education 


Business Administration 


Early Childhood Education 



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Fletcher Barber, Jr. 

Trenton 

Agriculture Education 



Debra Garner Barham Linwood E. Barnes 

Greensboro Goldsboro 

Health, Physical Education, Art Painting 
and Recreation 



Gale R. Barnette 
Roxboro 
Political Science 



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Thomas Barrett 
Robbins 
Engineering Math 



Celestine Beamon 

Clinton 

Child Development 



Elizabeth Bell 

Faison 

Child Development 



Joyce Jones Bell 

Garysburg 

Early Childhood Education 







Kevan Earl Bell 

Faison 

Business Administration 



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Harold Benjamin 

Norwood 

Recreation 



Kathy Bennett 
Newton Grove 
Early Childhood Education 



Michael Bennett 
Greensboro 
Mechanical Engineering 







Michael Edward Bennett 


Urias Bennett 


Walter Rubinoff Bennett 


Rose Berry 


Riverhead. X.Y. 


Lilesville 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


Trenton, N.J. 


Business Administration 


Recreation 


Industrial Technology- 
(Construction! 


Social Service 







Velia Berry 


Dennis H. Best 


Hugh Lena Best 


Larry Biggs 


Trenton 


Goldsboro 


Jacksonville 


Williamston 


Social Studies 


English 


Art Education 


Business Administration 







Colette D. Blakely Tracy Blakeney 


John Blount 


William Blue IV 


Jacksonville, Fla. Marshville 


Elizabeth City 


Charlotte 


Speech and Theater Education Psychology 


Business Education 


Professional History 

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Michelle Bodie 
High Point 
Psychology 



Ernestine Booker 
Clinton, S.C. 
Physical Education 



Carolyn Boone 

New Bern 

Early Childhood Education 



Dexter Boone 
Richmond, Virginia 
Industrial Technology 



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Mary Bonner 


Mills Borders 


Paula Bowen 


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Edenton 


Shelby 


Beulaville 


iness Administration 


Early Childhood Education 


Music Education 


Business Administration 







Anise La Verne Bowler 


Eleanor Bowles 


Janice Boyce 


Barbara A. Boyette 


Silver Springs, Md. 


Martinsville, Va. 


Edenton 


Wilson 


Social Service 


Nursing 


Nursing 


Economics 



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Deborah J. Boyette 


Calvin Byrd 


Barbara Boykin 


Arneta E. Brady 


Faison 


Richmond, Va. 


Roseboro 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Nursing 


Psychology 


Business Administration 


Nursing 







Rosemaria Brevard 


Charlie Brice 


William Bridgers 


Sidney M. Britt 


High Point 


Blair, S.C. 


Fayetteville 


Murfreesboro 


Early Childhood Education 


Biology 


Political Science 


Accounting 







Levon Brock 


Ann Schenese Brown 


Carol Brown 


Cynthia Brown 


Washington, D.C. 


Mullins, S.C. 


Winston-Salem 


Graham 


Early Childhood Education 


Music Education 


Nursing 


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David Brown 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Economics 



Hattie Brown 
Scotland Neck 
Accounting 



Jesse Brown 
Charlotte 
Music Education 



Shelia D. Brown 
Salisbury 
Social Service 







Tomasine Browne 


Ulysses Bryant, Jr. 


Carolyn Buie 


Earl Bullock 


Red Springs 


Nashville, Tenn. 


Mullins, S.C. 


Manson 


French Education 


Community Mental Health 


Nursing 


Psychology 







Gail La Verne Bullock 
Durham 
Health and 
Physical Education 



Sandra Bullock 

Warrenton 

Child Development 



Thelma Bullock 

Oxford 

Early Childhood Education 



Hilegarde Burke 

Utica, N.Y. 
Nursing 



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Karen Burnett 


Linda Byers 


Vincent Butler 


Cheryl Bush 


Pittsboro 


High Point 


Winston-Salem 


Newark, N.J. 


Art Education 


Community Mental Health 


Business Administration 


Early Childhood Education 



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Andrea Bush 
Newark. N.J. 
Early Childhood Education 



Vivian Michelle Burton 

Fayetteville 

Social Service 



McCvin Brown 
Warrenton 
Physical Education 



Auturo G. Caesar 
Winston-Salem 
Business Admtnistration 





Melvin Calloway 
Lynchburg, Va. 
Economics 



Jerry Caldwell 
Charlotte 
Professional Biology 




Michael Denord Caldwell 

Winston-Salem 

Accounting 




Nicie Cannon 

Ayden 

Professional History 



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Romila E. Capers 
Princess Anne, Md. 
Nursing 



Judy Capel 
Ellerbe 

Nursing 



Karen S. Caple 

Eden 

Professional Chemistry 



Pamela Carlson 
Greensboro 
Music Education 



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Terry L. Carmon 

Adyen 

Business Administration 



Lionel Ray Carney 

Bethel 

Music Education 



Joan Carr 

Kinston 

Music Education 



Marilyn Carroll 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Nursing 







Judith D. Carter 


Terrie Carter 


Nancy M. Chadwick 


Vanessa Chalmers 


New Bern 


Edenton 


PoUocksville 


Pineview 


Business Administration 


Nursing 


Psychology (MPR) 


Early Childhood Education 



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Edwina W. Chapman Sybil N. Chapman 

Greensboro New Bern 

Early Childhood Education Office Administration 



Jennifer Cherry 

Rocky Mount 

Early Childhood Education 



Brenda Christian 

High Point 

Business Administration 







Stanley Oneal Christian, III Sharon Clanton 
Lithonia, Ga. Greensboro 

Physical Education Economics 



Norman M. Clark 
Scotland Neck 
Electrical Engineering 



Clinton Conneth 
High Point 
Accounting 







George Cobb, III 
Waycross, Ga. 
Psychology 



Jeffrey K. Coefield 

Kinston 

Business Administration 



Charles Coffin, Jr. 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
Business Administration 



William H. Cogwell, III 

Durham 

Industrial Technology 



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Sinclair Colbart 

High Point 

Business Administration 



Henry B. Cole, Jr. Adrienne Collins Henry C. Coker 

Monrovia, Liberia, W. Africa Philadelphia, Penna. Sierra-Leone 

Architectural Engineering Early Childhood Education English 



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Lynette C. Cook 


Fernanda G. Copeland 


Flossie Corbett 


Maryland Costin 


Sedalia 


Pollocksville 


Wilmington 


Ivanhoe 


Social Service 


Speech and Theater Arts 


Office Administration 


Business Education (Comp) 







Byron Cotten 

Sanfbrd 

English Education 



Denise Cowan 

Goldsboro 

Early Childhood Education 



Tongia R. Cowan 
Weldon 
Social Service 



Brinda M. Cox 

Farmville 

Nursing 



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Joan Arlene Craig 
Roanoke, Va. 
Music Education 



Lizzie B. Craig 

Windsor 

Home Economics Education 



Kenneth Cromartie 

Wilmington 

Business Administration 



Kenneth T. Crumb 
Elizabethtown 
Professional Biology 







Sondra Crutchfield 


Greg Curry 


Phyllis B. Cunningham 


Larry D. Daughtry 


Raleigh 


Kannapolis 


Columbia, S.C. 


Newton Grove 


Psychology 


Mechanical Engineering 


English Education 


Business Administration 







Danny Davis 


Eleanore Davis 


Ivos Lynette Davis 


Robert Davis 


Tillery 


Orlanda, Fla. 


Fayetteville 


Roanoke Rapids 


Economics 


Food Science 


Psychology 


Industrial Arts Education 



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Sharion Davis 


Michael Daye 


Leon Sonny DeBerry 


Curtis Dickens 


Fayetteville 


Greensboro 


High Point 


Whitakers 


Early Childhood Education 


Business Administration 


Recreation 


Agricultural Education 







Ernest Dicks, Jr. 


Lillian P. Diggs 


Donald M. Dixon 


Gail Downs 


Aiken, S.C. 


High Point 


Farmville 


New Bern 


Industrial Technology 


Community Mental Health 


Social Service 


Office Administration 







fepurgeon DuBose 


Paula E. Dudley 


Cynthia Dula 


Eleanor Dula 


Darlington, S.C. 


Englewood, N.J. 


Lenoir 


Lenoir 


Business Administration 


Economics 


Social Service 


Social Services 



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William Vester Dula 


Avis L. Duncan 


Willistine Dunston 


Belinda G. Durham 


Lenoir 


Greensboro 


Spring Hope 


Mount Olive 


Industrial Technology 


Health and 


English Education 


Clothing. Textiles and 




Physical Education 




Related Arts 







Shangri-La Durham Ruby Dowd Teressa Edger 

Smiths Parish, Lauringburg Raleigh 

Bermuda Islands Early Childhood Education Music Education 

Speech and Theatre Education 



Donald Edgerton 
Newark, N.J. 
Electrical Engineering 







Rose A. Edmond 


Barbara Edwards 


Carolvn Edwards 


Eugene Edwards 


Garysburg 


Margarettsville 


Sandord 


Goldsboro 


Business Administration 


Accounting 


Speech and 
Theatre Education 


Psychology 



179 







Kenneth Edwards 


Donnie LeMichael Ellis 


Glennie Enoch 


Annie K. Evans 


Lynchburg, Va. 


Farmville 


Burlington 


Kinston 


Political Science 


Social Services 




Food and Nutrition 







Darryl A. Evans 


Muriel C. Evans 


Tyrone T. Evans 


Patricia Everett 


Mobile, Ala. 


Oxford 


Greensboro 


Ahoskie 


Accounting 


Business Administration 


Business Administration 


Economics 







Marian Exum 


Ivory Tucker Faison 


Jessie M. Falls 


Janerio Farrington 


Rocky Mount 


Clinton 


Reidsville 


Chaple Hill 


Business Education (Comp) 


Industrial Technology 


Nursing 


Nursing 



180 







Edwin L. Faulkner 

Wingate 

Physical Education 



Margaret Fogg 
Louisburg 
Political Science 



Regina Jones Fogg 
Franklinton 
Child Development 



Patricia Ford 

Winston-Salem 

Nursing 





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Vanessa G. Ford 
Greensboro 
Clothing and Textiles 



Wanda Foster 
Warswa 
Social Service 



Rae Foust 

Greensboro 

Psychology 



Edward F. Fox 
Greensboro 
Electrical Engineering 







Ronnie Foxx 


Lisalotta Foy 


Claudette Franklin 


Leonard Frye 


Robbins 


New Bern 


Savannah, Ga. 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Physical Education 


Psychology 


Psychology 


Psychology 



181 







Freddie Fuller Ronald Fuller 

Greensboro Robbins 

Community Mental Health Industrial Technology 



Mary Futrell 

Woodland 

Business Administration 



Etherine Catling 

Ahoskie 

Child Development 







Brenda D. Catling 


Emanuel Carrett 


Cynthia Carner 


Valerie L. Cant 


Jackson 


Enfield 


Winston-Salem 


High Point 


Social Studies 


Psychology 


Psychology 


Professional English 







Cratia H. Cant 

Greensboro 

Economics 



Leatrice Calloway 

Greensboro 

Nursing 



Marlyn Gailes 

Wilmington 

Economics 



Tyrone Gabriel 
Winston-Salem 
Economics 



182 







Jacquelyn George 
Lancaster, S.C. 
Professional Biology 



Wanda Gentry 

Durham 

Child Development 



Arv'is Gilmore 
Broadway 
Professional Math 



Geraldine Gill 
Louisbur^ 
English Education 







Chandler Gibbs 
Poughkeepsie, X.Y. 
Economics 



Joe Gowins 
Siler City 
Recreation 



Archie Gourdine 
Charleston, S.C. 
Mechanical Engineering 



Hilda Velina Gore 







Henrv A. Goodson 


Rene Goode 


Kirk R. Groomes 


Claude L. Griffin 


Raleigh 


Greensboro 


Trenton, N.J. 


Greensboro 


Political Science 


Community Mental Health 


Business Administration 


Electrical Engineering 



183 







Jerry Gregory 

Greensboro 

Accounting 



Terri Green 

High Point 

Office Administration 



Reba Green 
Greensboro 
Clothing, Textiles and 
Related Arts 



Charles Wade Green 
Swan Quarter 
Health and 
Physical Education 



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Shirley Gray Karen D. Gray John Lindsay Gray 

Williamston Greensboro Woodleaf 

Early Childhood Education Community Mental Health Agriculture Education 



Charlayne Gray 

Greensboro 

Office Administration 







Alexander Graves, III 
Siler City 
Recreation 



Delossie Grainger 

Wilmington 

Business Administration 



Willie Graham 
Gastonia 
Political Science 



La-Gogewick Graham 

Spring Lake 

Business Administration 



184 







Curtis Gwynn 

Reidsville 

Economics 



Velma E. Hagans 

Burgaw 

Professional Chemistry 



Walter Haire, II 
Fayetteville 
Political Science and 
Business Admin. 



Althea Hairston 

Greensboro 

Psychology 







Wayne A. Hairston 


James Halsey 


George Hand 


Patricia Yvonne Harden 


Winston-Salem 


Wilmington 


Burgaw 


Butner 


Professional Psychology 


Accounting 


Accounting 


Nursing 







Elvira Lee Hardin 

Thomasville 

Psychology 



Daisy Hardy 

Bolivia 

Business Education 



Napoleon Hardison 
High Point 
Psychology 



Dianne Hargraves 
Chapel Hill 
Psychology 



185 







James Harper, Jr. 

Greenville 

Business Administration 



Teresa Harrell 

Gates 

Business Administration 



Stephen Harrelson, Jr. 
Yanceyville 
Industrial Technology 
(MFG) 



Deona R. Harris 

New Bern 

Early Childhood Education 







Roderick Harris 
Sumter, S.C. 
Professional Biology 



James T. Harrison 
Hartford, Conn. 
Business Administration 



Joseph Harrison 
Scotland Neck 
Industrial Technology 
(MFG) 



Patricia Harshaw 







Vera D. Hart 
Winston-Salem 
Clothing, Textiles and 


Leroy Hartsfield 
History Education 
Louisburg 


Katy Mozelle Hatton 

Ferguson 

English Education 


Deborah Hawkins 
Washington, D.C. 
Speech and Theater Arts 


Related Arts 









186 







Trudv K. Hawkins 


Maurice Hayes 


Vincent Hedgepeth 


Anthony Henderson 


Louisburg 


Atkinson 


Oxford 


Thomas ville 


Nursing 


Industrial Teciinology 


Electrical Engineering 


Psychology- 







Michael Henderson 


Vadesa Marquerite Henry 


Cassandra L. Herbin 


Brandon Herring 


Canton, Mississippi 


Raleigh 


Gibsonville 


Greensboro 


Recreation 


Nursing 


Business Education 


Industrial Technology 







Anita Higgs 


Millicent Higgs 


Victor High 


Gwendolyn Highsmith 


Tarboro 


Scotland Neck 


Zebulon 


Wallace 


Home Economics Education 


Business Education 


Agricultural Economics 


Accounting { 



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James Hill 


Lawrence Hill 


Miriam Hill 


Sandra Hill 


Asheville 


Faison 


Tillery 


Wilson 


Professional Biology 


Industrial Technology 


Child Development 


Nursing 






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ilda Mae Hilton 


Roosevelt Hilton 


Karen Hooker 


Lizzie Hooker 


on roe 


Norfolk, Va. 


Pleasant Garden 


Mebane 


ath Education 


Math Education 


Clothing Textiles and 
Related Arts 


Psychology 







Ihgrid Hooper 
Greensboro 
Clothing, Textiles and 
Related Arts 



Sandra F. Hooper 
Troutman 
Clothing Textiles 



James Kenneth Home 
Fayetteville 
History Education 



Roberta Horton 

Lenoir 

History Education 



188 







Beverly Howard 


Deborah J. Howard 


Donna Fave Howard 


Ruby Howell 


Ahoskie 


Murfreesboro 


Elmont, N.Y. 


Greensboro 


Child Development 


Child Development 


Business Administration 


Child Development 







Debra Hutcheson 


Dorothy Ingram 


Patricia Ingram 


Sherry L. Ingram 


Miami Fla. 


Rockingham 


Lauringburg 


High Point 


Business Education 


Social Service 


Business Administration 


Health and 
Physical Education 







Shavaras Isles 


Darlene Jackson 


Harriet Jackson 


Yvette M. Jackson 


Belmont 


Charleston, S.C. 


Charleston, S.C. 


Washington, D.C. 


Social Services 


Community Mental Health 


Nursing 


Nursing 



189 







Savannah E. Jenkins 

Durham 

Nursing 



Millicent C. Jennette 
Belhaven 
Professional Biology 



Doris J. Jessup 
Greensboro 
Community Psychology 



Pat Jessup 
Greensboro 
Community Mental Health 







Charnetta Jones 
Moncure 
Speech and 
Theatre Education 



Board Denese Johnson 

Reidsville 

Early Childhood Education 



Charles Johnson 

Yanceyville 

Basic Business Education 



Cheryl D. Johnson 
Union, S.C. 
Speech and 
Theater Education 







T)eborah Johnson 

Raleigh 

Psychology 



Gwendolyn Johnson 
Charlotte 

Nursing 



Junius Johnson, III 
Amelia, Va. 
Agriculture Education 



Michael Johnson 
Turbeville, S.C. 
Music Education 



190 







Ralph C. Johnson 



Torraine Johnson 
Washington. D.C. 
Recreation 



Cedric Jones 
Elizabethtown 
Agricultural Education 



Douglas E. Jones 
Newark. N.J. 
Recreation 







Earl C. Jones 
Hampton. Va. 



Elaine Jones 

Fayetteville 

Business Education and 

Administration 



Faye B. Jones 
Winton 

Business Administration 



Gail K. Jones 

Reidsville 

Psychology* 




Jeanette Jones 
Lauringburg 
English Education 




Larry Darnell Jones 

Raleigh 

Electrical Engineering 




Lanetta Jones 
Mocksville 
Art Design 




Samuel Johnson 
Winston-Salem 
Business Administration 



191 







Velman L. Jones 


Willie Jones 


Charles Jolla 


Bobby Joyce 


Oriental 


Greensboro 


Winton 


Winston-Salem 


Physical Education 


Physical Education 


Industrial Technology 
(MFG) 


Accounting 







Eldean Keen 


Bonita Kelley 


Carolyn Kelley 


Gregory Kersey 


Roanoke. VA 


Whiteville 


Fairfield, Conn. 


Hamlet 


Psychology 


Home Economics Education 


Clothing Textiles and 
Related Arts 


Economics 







Darien E.L. Khanyigile 

Tampa, Fla 

Community Mental Health 



Thelma Kindle 

High Point 

Business Administration 



John Langston King, Jr. 

Reidsville 

Business Administration 



Vivian Kingwood 
Norwalk, Conn. 
Social Service 



192 







Robert Kirk, Jr. 

Salisbury 
Recreation 



Louvenia Kite 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
English Education 



Vanessa Gail Knox 

Cleveland 

Early Childhood Education 



Douglas Kornegay 

Goldsboro 

Psychology 







Tony Michael Krider 

Charlotte 

Political Science — History 



Gloria Lambert 

Graham 

Home Economics Education 



Robert L. Laney 
Charlotte 
Professional English 



Sarce Lawrence 

Edenton 

Industrial Arts Education 







Denese Darcel Lavender 

Richlands 

Economics 



James H. Leach 
Mt. Olive 
Political Science 



Marion Elaine Leach 

Seagrove 

Business Administration 



Stephonia D. Leak 

Sandord 

Business Education 



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Karen Maria Leake Roger Leath 

Winston-Salem Burlington 

Home Economics Education Business Administration 



Deborah A. Lee Donald C. Lee 

Charlotte Williamston 

Home Economics Education Political Science 







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Robert Lewis 
New York, N.Y. 
Business Administration 



Susan Lewis Gwendolyn Ann Lindsey 

Tarboro Oxford 

Early Childhood Education Office Administration 



Ruthie Livingston 
Miami, Fla. 
Nursing 







Marilyn Lockamy, 

Benson 

Business Administration 



Geraldine Logan Marshall Logan 

Greensboro Grover 

Business Administration Electronic Technology 



Ernest L. Longs 
Mullins, S.C. 
Music Education 



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Sheila R. Long 


Randy Lovelf 


Sarina M. Lynch 


Theresha A. Lvnch 




Kannapolis 


New York 


Asheville 


HaHfax 


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Therapeutic Dietetics 


Business Administration 


Nursing 


Nursing 







Hilliard Lyons 
Battleboro 
Agricuhure Education 



Kathy McAHster Mary Vanessa McCain 

Union, S.C. Martinsville. \'a. 

Early Childhood Education Nursing 



Margaretta McCaskill 

Winston-Salem 

Nursing 







Sandra McCauley 


Lindsav E. McCleese 


Josephine McCov 


Debra McCrea 


High Point 


Manteo 


Raeford 


Durham 


Nursing 


Business Education 


Business Education 


Nursing 



195 







Charles McDougle 

Chapel Hill 

Business Administration 



Linda Mclllwain 
Roanoke, Va. 

Nursing 



Ledell Mclntyrey 
Rocky Point 
Psychology 



Ronald E. McLaughlin 

Maxton 

Agricultural Education 







Bobby McLean 
Shannon 
Plant Science 



Susan J. McLean 

Ellerbe 

Business Administration 



Varnell McLean 
Greensboro 
Social Service 



Jimmy McLeod 

Latta, S.C. 

Business Administration 







6lton McKenzie 


Marion Ray McKinnie 


Charles A. McKnight 


Glinda McKoy 


Whiteville 


Pikeville 


Kittrell 


Lillington 


Business Administration 


Animal Science 


Political Science 


Nursing 



196 







Dwight V. McMallan 


Deborah C. McNair 


Seretha McNeil 


Watis Allen McNeil 


Hallsboro 


Willingboro 


Fayetteville 


Mullins, S.C. 


Psychology 


Nursing 


Early Childhood Education 


Therapuetic Dietetics 







Audrey McRae 


Don Lee McRae 


Bronx, N.Y. 


Lauringburg 


Recreation 


Social Studies 



Yvonne Mayfieid Robert D. Macklin 

Laurinburg Warrenton 

Early Childhood Education Business Administration 







Ruthie B. Mack 


Arlinda Faye Macon 


Ted L. Mangum 


Anita Manley 


Charleston, S.C. 


Rocky Mount 


Raleigh 


Ahoskie 


Nursing 


Professional History 


Economics 


Speech and 
Theatre Education 



197 







Rita 0. Manley 


Larry Man 


Howard L. Maple 


Katrina Lonnette Marsh 


Ahoskie 


Louisburg 


Baltimore, Md. 


Wadesboro 


Speech and 


Business Administration 


Business Administration 


Clothing, Textiles and 


Theatre Education 






Related Arts 










Wanda Martin 


Charles Matier 


Elaine Matier 


Greensboro 


Sedalia 


Sedalia 


Accounting 


Social Service 


Social Service 



Gvi^endolyn M. 
Durham 

Nursing 



Mayo 







Lacardo A. Means 


Londale Medlin 


Yvonne A. Middleton 


Sandra Midgett 


Thomasville 


Parkton 


Greenwood, S.C. 


Williamston 


Business Administration 


Plant Science 


French Education 


Therapeutic Dietetics 



198 



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Jamie Arthur Miller 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
Psychologj- 



Jerome Miller 

Asheville 

Mechanical Engineering 



Moseroy R. Miller 

Winston-Salem 

Accounting 



Patricia Miller 

Mebane 

Early Childhood Major 







Robyn Lee Minter 

Salisbury 

Electrical Engineering 



Carolyn Mintz 

Greensboro 

Child Development 



Frances M. Mitchell 

Ahoskie 

Nursing 



Mar\-in E. Mitchell 

Showbill 

Art Education 







Frances C. MofRtt Forest Monk 

Greensboro Roseboro 

Community Mental Health Professional Biology 



Dennis Monroe 
Fayetteville 
Political Science 



Therman Moody 

Gaston 

Business Administration 



199 



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Toney C. Mooney 


Barbara Moore 


Daniel H. Moore 


Edward Moore 


Rutherf'ordton 


Greensboro 


Rocky Point 


Blounts Creek 


Business Administration 


Office Administration 


Accounting 


Professional Chemistry 










Elmer Moore 


Jesse A. Moore 


Mary Moore 


Michael Moore 


Scotland Neck 


Morehead City 


Charlotte 


Greensboro 


Plant Science 


Accounting 


Business Administration 


Political Science 







Yonnie V. Moore 


Rochella Morris 


Romeo Morrisey 


Gloria A. Morehead 


Clinton 


Greensboro 


Warsaw 


Greensboro 


Social Services 


Social Services 


History Education 


Nursing 



200 







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William M. Morehead 


Leon C. Motley 


Thomas Moultrie 


Verlene Murray 


Pine Hall 


Jackson 


Hyattsvill, Maryland 


Rose Hill 


Business Law 


Social Service 


Business Administration 


Early Childhood Education 







Sherry Neely 

Gastonia 

History Education 



Vernette E. Nelson 
Charleston, S.C. 
Nursing 



Saundra Nettles 

Moncure 

Office Administration 



Gloria Jean Nicholson 

Maxton 

Political Science 







William L. Nowell 


Anita S. Nunley 


Deborah M. Gates 


Barry Obie 


Charleston, S.C. 


Rochester, N.Y. 


Kings Mountain 


Roxboro 


Math Education 


Psychology 


Business Administration 


Industrial Technology 
Electronics 



201 







Curtis A. Oden, Jr. 
Beaufort 
Professional Biology 



Brenda Olds 
Snow Hill 
Art Design 



Gladys Outlaw 

Ahoskie 

English Education 



James Michael Paige 

Siler City 

Business Administration 



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Joseph Parker 

Wilson 

Mechanical Engineering 



Stephen P. Parker 
Atlantic City, N.J. 
Nursing 



James Patterson 

Red Springs 

Business Administration 



Marian Pope 
Hickory 

Nursing 







Vknessa Pauling 

Greensboro 

Child Development 



Chester T. Payne 
Hendersonville 
Business Administration 



Joseph Payne 


Beverly Pearson 


Hendersonville 


Sanford 


History 


Social Service 



202 



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Annette G. Peartree 


Julia W. Pegues 


Dianne A. Perry 


Raymond Perry 


Pantego 


High Point 


Charlotte 


Franklinton 


Social Service 


Business Education 


Nursing 


Recreation 







Sylvia Perry 
Franklinton 
Home Economics Education 



Willie Bell Perry 

Louisburg 

Child Development 



Eartha Person 
Greensboro 
Social Service 



Gregory Phillips 
Winston-Salem 
Health and 
Physical Education 







Jerolene Pitts 


Henry Poe 


Johnny L. Pompey 


James M. Poole 


Salisbury 


Charlotte 


Baltimore, Md. 


Roxvoro 


Early Childhood Education 


Professional Math 


Recreation 


Business Administration 



203 







Deborah Pope 

Goldsboro 

Business 



Michael Poteat 
Greensboro 
Political Science 



James Powell 
Greensboro 
Music Education 



Michael D. Powell 
Hallsboro 
History Education 



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Doris Price Nancy Pride 

Chester S.C. Asbury Park, N.J. 

Home Economics Education Nursing 



James Fleming Pridgen, Jr. Velancia Pridgeon 
Hallsboro Raleigh 

Recreation Economics 







Jimmy Propst 
Hickory 
Art Design 



Cherie Purnell 
Salisbury, Md. 
Nursing 



Ronald D. Purnell 
Cambridge, Md. 
Mechanical Engineering 



Quincy D. Purvis 
Fayetteville 
Architectural Engineering 



204 



H 







Juanita Pvant 


Sheree Rainbow 


Mary Randall 


Rosa Randolph 


Charlotte 


Raleigh 


Bolton 


Bolivia 


Nursing 


Accounting 


Community Mental Health 


Nursing 








Lydia Nadine Reaves 

Chadbourn 

Nursing 



Lareo Ruvelle Reddick 
Williamston 
Agricultural Education 



Gloria Rice 
Greensboro 
English Education 



Donald W. Richardson 







Russell G. Richards 

Wendell 

Ek;onomics 



Warren Bennet Richardson 
Greensboro 
Architectural Engineering 



Herman Lee Ricks 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Industrial Technology 
Electronics 



Beverly D. Rieves 

Pittsboro 

Nursing 



205 






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Carolyn Roberts 


Maxine Roberts 


Rosemarie Roberts 


Arnold T. Robinson 


Delray Beach, Fla. 


Cofield 


Richard. Va. 


Trenton 


Home Economics Education 


Clothing, Textiles and 
Related Arts 


Nursing 


Industrial Technology (Elec 



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Cheryl P. Robinson 
Greensboro 
Health and 
Physical Education 



Henrietta B. Robinson Rachel Robinson Johnnie Mae Rogers 

Fayetteville Ellerbe, Clarkton 

Early Childhood Education Home Economics Education Child Development 







Johnny R. Rogers 


Carolyn Rose 


Nellie Rountree 


Jake Russell 


Rose Hill 


Warrenton 


Roduco 


Roxboro 


Art Design and Painting 


History Education 


Mathematics Education 


Business Administration 



206 







Michael Russell 

Gastonia 

Electronics 



Mickey Sadler 
Gastonia 
Political Science 



Eric Salter 
Philadelphia. Penna. 
Business Administration 



Edward R. Sargeant 
Bronx, N.Y. 
Political Science 







Joanne Scales 
Reidsville 
Music Education 



Waynel Scantling 
Greensboro 
Mechanical Engineering 



Charles R. Scott 
Greenville 
Political Science 



Yolanda Yvette Scott 

Swannanoa 

Psychology 




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Deborah Shamberger 


Joseph Sharpless 


Lary D. Shelton 


Barbara Shuler 


Robbins 


Maple Hill 


Anderson. S.C. 


Greensboro 


Nursing 


Social Service 


Recreation Administration 


Community Mental Health 



207 







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Joseph Sidbury 
Sneads Ferry 
Industrial Technology 



Charles Donnell Simmons 
Red Bank, N.J. 
Health and 
Physical Education 



Shannon Whitted Simmons Jocelyn LaRue Simpson 
Greensboro Fayetteville 

Community Mental Health Social Service 



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Barbara Sledge 


Anthony Asbery Smith 


Diantha Gale Smith 


Elaine Smith 


Enfield 


Whiterville 


Miami, Fla. 


Franklinton 


Business Education 


Professional Biology 


Nursing 


Professional Chemistry 







Eric Smith 


Norman Smith 


Bernard Smith 


Rebecaa Smith 


Greensboro 


Charlotte 


Badin 


Mt. Airy 


Industrial Arts 


Political Science 


Business Administration 


Professional Biology 



208 



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Rosa Marie Smith 

Erwin 

Englisli Education 



William T. Smith, Jr. 

Winston-Salem 

Accounting 



Sheldon Southerland 

Lumberton 

Industrial Arts Education 



Loretta McAdoo Spaulding 

Greensboro 

Community Mental Health 







Leon Spearman 
Greenwood, S.C. 
Industrial Arts 



Helen S. Speight 

Wilson 

Social Services 



Wynona Spencer 
Pollocksville 
Political Science 



Sylvia Spratt 
Danville, Va. 
Clothing and Textile Research 






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Jennifer Stadler 


Wilbert Stancil 


Franklin Steele 


Mary Stephenson 


Reidsville 


Fayetteviile 


Concord 


Greenville 




Political Science 


Sociology 


Early Childhood Education 



209 







Bruce W. Stevenson 

Neptune, N.J. 

Business Administration 



Argarita Stewart 
Richmond Va. 
Nursing 



Coker Stewart 
Winston-Salem 
Political Science 



Dannette Stinson 
Holly Springs 
Clothing, Textiles and 
Related Arts 










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Frederick Stocks 

Red Springs 

Business Administration 



Orsure W. Stokes 

Greensboro 

History 



Catherlene Strickland 


Renee Summerville 


Clinton 


Clinton 


Nursing 


Business Education 







James E. Sutton 


Lamont Taylor 


Mary Tilley 


Sharon Tucker 


Kinston 


Richmond, Va. 


Creedmoor 


Greensboro 


Recreation 


Architectural Engineering 


Nursing 


Community Mental Health 



210 







David Timmons 
Winston-Salem 
Business Administration 



Irvin Thompson 
Greenville. S.C. 
Industrial Technologv' 



Judy Toney 
Bishopville, S.C. 
Business Administration 



Shirley Townsend 

Maxton 

Business Administration 







Maxine Terry 
Snow Hill 
Social Studies 



Donald Tonkins 

Selma 

Political Science 



Edward Thomas 
Washington, D.C. 
Historv Education 



Larry Thomas 
Burgaw 
Political Science 







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Ellis Taliaferro 
Greensboro 
Social Service 



Glen Martin Turner 
Queens, N.Y. 
Physical Education 



Mary Tyson 

Albemarle 

Early Childhood Education 



Willie Thomas 
Winston-Salem 
Business Education 



211 







Judi Taliaferro 


Gale Thomas 


Martishie Ann Troy 


Arnetra V. Townes 


Newport New, Va. 


New Bern 


Fairmont 


Norlina 


Business Education 


Early Childhood 


Social Service 


Early Childhood 




Education 




Education 










Patricia A. Tolson 


John J. Threatt 


Andriea L. Troy 


Carl Terrell 


Fayetteville 


Wadesboro 


Whiteville 


High Point 


Nursing 


Professional Biology 


Nursing 


Business 
Administration 







William Turner 


Barbara T. 


Juliet Tate 


Maria Tomlin 


Lynchburg. Va. 


Turrentine 


Wallace 


High Point 


Psychology 


Chapel Hill 


Business Education 


Community Mental 




Social Service 




Health 



212 







Myron Kevan 


Wilbert Vann 


Alex \'alentine, Jr. 


Cecelia Vincent 


Tynes 


Mount Olive 


Ridgeway 


Washington, D.C 


Greensboro 


Political Science 


Industrial 


Nursing 


Business 




Technology 




Administration 













Phyllis Vincent 


Robert Wade 


Dennis S. Walker 


Corneluis Wallace 


Hoffman 


Wilson 


Anderson, S.C. 


Wilmington 


Child Development 


Community Mental 


Business 


Business 




Health 


Administration 


Administration 







Charles Walters 


Arnold Ward 


Vivian J. Ward 


Deborah J. Worrell 


Parkton 


Mount Olive 


Lilesville 


Belhaven 


Business 


Animal Science 


Psychology- 


Professional 


Administration 






Chemistry 



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Roasalvn Cay 


Loretta Washington 


Garev Waters 


Paulette Watkins 


Umstead 


Harrells 


Asheville 


Lilesville 


Durham 


Professional 


Therapeutic 


Social Services 


Clothing, Textiles 


Chemistry 


Dietitics 




and Related Arts 









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Barbra F. Watson 
Greensboro 
Professional History 



Charles Watson 
Durham 
Political Science 



Christal Watson 

Gastonia 

Physical Education 



Sharon A. Watson 
Greensboro 
Early Childhood 
Education 







Reader Watt 


Kevin P. Watty 


Deborah M. 


Richard Weathers 


Asheville 


Norristown, Penna. 


Weathers 


Winston-Salem 


Business 


Political Science 


China Grove 


Economics 


Administration 




Early Childhood 
Education 





214 







Adrienne D. 


Russell L. Whitaker 


Brenda J. West 


Weekes 


Rich Square 


Richmond. Va. 


Greensboro 


Political Science 


Social Services 


Psycholog>- 







Degorah White 
Jacksonville 
Art Education 







Evelyn D. White 


Waymon R. White 


Debra A. 


Ray Whitsett 


Greensboro 


Monroe 


Whitehead 


Greensboro 


Business 


Business 


Miami. Fla. 


Political Science 


Administration 


Administration 


Business 
Administration 









Linda Renee 


Johnny Wilder 


Doris G. Williams 


Fredrick Williams 


Whorton 


Williamston 


Wilson 


Benson 


Greensboro 


Business 


Home Economics 


Business Economics 


Communitv Mental 


Administration 


Education 




Health 









215 



JUNIORS 











Patricia Abney 
Gary Allen 
Yvonne Anders 



Bruce Anderson 
Faye Andrews 
Donald Armond 



Brenda Armstrong 
Phillip Arterbury 
Robin Bailey 
Joyce Barnes 



Brenda Barrett 
Clement Barringer 
Frank Batts 
Theresa Baugham 



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Loretta Baynes 
Dianne Bazemore 



Marva Boatty 
Barbara Bennett 



Nelson Bennett 
Carlese Blackwel 




Gail Blackwell 
Joe Bloomfield 




Archie Blount 
Vickie Blount 
Clinton Bostick 



Gary Boulware 
Fenice Boyd 
Karen Brewington 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



In 



Junior Class Officers — 
Left to Right: (first row) 
Roslyn Walker, 
Treasurer, Sharon 
Simmons, Miss Junior, 
C. Sue Davis, Secretary 
Left to Right: (second 
row) Larry Pierce, 
Parlimentary, George 
Ford, Vice-President, 
Anthony Fox, President 




Walter 

Brinkley 

Denyse 

Brockman 

Georgette 

Brown 

Hubert 

Brown 



James Brown 

Reginald 

Brown 

Shelia Brown 

Evonne 

Burden 




218 




Darlene Clayton 
Orlando Clinton 
Debera Cole 
Adrienne Cooper 
Cynthia Cotton 



Ulysses Cozart 
Mary Cropps 
Glenda Currie 
Terry Daniel 
Debra Daniels 



Shirley Bullard 
Cynthia Byrton 
Willie Caine 
Carlton Campbell 
Harold Carrillo 



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Tony Carter 
John Chapman 
-Ray Charles 
Earl Chestnut 
Sylvia Clapp 




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Doris Davidson 
Gregory Davis 
Jackie Davis 



Patricia Davis 
Sue Davis 
Thomas Davis 



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Dennis Day 
Plummer Dillahunt 



Betty Dozier 
Robert Dula 



Frances Dye 
Leonard Edmonds 



Gwen Edmondson 
Gwendolyn Faulcon 



220 



Regina Ferree 
Elbert Forbes 



George Ford 
Marietha Forester 



Alice Foster 
Anthony Fox 



Kenneth Frazelle 
Micheal Gainey 






Michael George 
Phyllis Glover 
Edmund Gray 



Vanessa Green 
Don Greene 
Darlene Greenlee 



221 



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Denyce Gross 
Belinda Harris 
Charles Harris 
Betty Hairston 



Jerome Hairston 
Brenda Harrington 
Jo Anne Hatchett 
Tony Hill 



Eularia Holly 
Deborah Horton 
William Hughes 
Paul Hunter 



Janice Hatchings 
Freda Jackson 
Dale Jarvis 
James JefFers 



222 






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Denise Jones 
Everette Jones 




Kert Jones 
Savannah Jones 



Maryln Jenkins 
Joanie Jennigan 
Antionette Johnson 
Gansel Johnson 



Harry Johnson 
Jeannette Johnson 
David Jones 
Dale Jones 



223 










Vivian Jones 
Willie Jones 



Edward Jordan 
Dawit Kassa 




Romona Kay 
Byron Kearney 
Vanessa LaGarde 
Rena Lawson 



Kenneth Leath 
Rita Lester 
Denise Lewis 
Starlett Lewis 



224 





William Mason 
David Mayfield 



Nancy McAdoo 
Lorenza McCann 



Hazel Lilly 


Sidney Marable 


Dennis Mack 


Lonnette Marsh 


Kervin Mack 


Le>trecia Marshall 


Josephine Maclon 


Susan Marshall 



225 



Janet McCoy 
Garlinda McDaniels 



Delammie McElrath 
Daniel McFadgen 



Magoo McGriff 
Patrica McKoy 



Jacequelyn McLaurin 
Cynthia Meekins 



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Denise Meeks 
Lloyd Mikkens 



Junius Miller 
Verma Mills 



Gloria Monk 
Tony Moses 




226 



Alfred Morgan 
Anthony Motley 



Donald Murchison 
Alfred Murray 



Clifton Murrell 
Diamne Myrick 



Jerome NewKirk 
Kathleam Xewsome 






Gloria Nicholson 
Harold Obav 



Glemda Parker 
Kemneth Parker 



Glennie Parsons 
Lou Parsons 



227 



Eva Patterson 
Dorothv Pavton 



Jamice Peele 
Howard Perry 



Vivelisa Perry 
Hilda Pinniy 



Lester Poe 
Beatrice Ponton 




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Sandra Powell 
Charles Pratt 



Damce Price 
Haninah Pupree 



Cyhthia Raetord 
Kathie Rhodes 



Calvamor Rice 
Perez Richardson 



228 



Kemmeth Roach 
Gregory Roberts 



Maria Robinson 
Eldridge Roy 



Victoria Salley 
Colin Saumders 



Deninis Sawyer 
Barbara Scott 







Brenda Scott 
Kay Scurlack 



Shal Simmons 
Robert Simpson 



Timothy Sinclair 
Ross Slade 



Ike Smith 
June Smith 



229 



Mableleme Smith 
Phyllis Smith 



Carla Spruill 
Paula Spruill 



Vynelle Stevenson 
Linda Stoner 



Audrey Strickland 
Martha Thompson 



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Claudia Thorpe 

Rachel Thrower 

Robert Trapp 



Samdra Troy 

Wayne Tucker 

Tony Tyson 



230 



Seth Vail 
Roslvn Walker 



Gerrell Wall 
Leslie Wallace 



Kathleem Ward 
Robert Washington 



Charles Wathins 
Matthew Wayne 



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Mamie Wells 
Carolyn White 
Cecil Whitfield 



Jerry Wigfall 
Alvis Wilson 
Jeamette Wilson 



Emmett Wright 
Robin Wright 
Thamn Young 



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SOPHOMORES 



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Barbara Allen 
Donald Allen 

Gary Alliniece 
James Alston 



Sylvia Andrews 
Gerald Amis 

Theodore Artis 
Curtis Askew 



Rose Augborn 

Sharon Avery 

Ursuerne Avery 

Earl Ayscue 




Henti Baird 
Verlie Baker 



James B. Barber 
Margaret Barnes 



Elaine Baskerville 
Michael Baskerville 





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Loretta Baskett 
Alverina Bazemore 
Robert Beaslev 






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Genavis 

Beauford 
Wayne Beeton 
Jamie Bell 


Gordon Belton 
Linda Bennett 
Drewrena 
Berryman 


Wanda Biggs 
Vincent 

Blackman 
Danna Blakely 


Maderia 
Blakeney 

Erma Boney 

Nathan 
Bowman 


Corvette Boyce 
Alma Boyd 
Herman Bridges 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



Sophomore Class 

Officers from left to 

right: Donovan 

Stevenson, 

President; Madeline 

Claggion, Secretary; 

Zandra Debnam, 

Treasurer; and not 

pictured Curtis 

Askew, Vice 

President. 





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Joyce Brooks Anthony Brown Deborah Brown 

Julia Brooks Cheryl Brown Wheeler Brown 



Warren Bryant 
Eleanor Bullock 



Owen Bulter 
David Byrd 



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Donald Bvrd 






Randall Bvrd 


Judy Cooper 


Marcus Crowder 


Karen Carver 


Reginald Cotten 


Rononia Crowder 


Madeline 


Evette Coutler 


Crawford Curlev 


Claggion 


Tonv Council 


Cassandra Dalton 


Mvrtle Cobb 


Darrvl Cowan 


Renna Dalton 


William Compton 


Ronald Craig 


Ramond Darby 





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Sharon Daughtrey 

Regenita Daye 

Chandra Debnam 

Roland Dixon 



Sandra Dunn 

Las Dupree 

Jerome Durant 

Aldvan Durden 



Karen Durham 

Loretta Durham 

James Easter 

Willie Edmundson 











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Bobby Edwards 



Vanessa 




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Barbara Faison 
Peggj' Faison 



James Farrior 
Telana Felder 



Morris Ferguson 
Hugene Fields 













Ernest Fleming Miranda Fogg>- Thomas Fryar Sharlene Fuller 

Ronald Flippin Charles Freeman Earlene Fuller Teresa Fulton 

Anthony Jocephus Grady Fuller Gerald Galmore 
Florence Freeman 



237 



Mable Catling Louis Goode Gloria Grant 

Darlene Gibbons Deborah Goodson Edmund Gray 
Nelson Glenn Charles Gorham Dennis Gray 



Cynthia 
Catherine Green Grimstead 

Johnathan Green Guy Guyton 
Byron Griffin Donna Hairston 



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La Verne Hall 
Wayne Hamer 



Cleavland Harding 
Audrey Hardy 



Sheryl Harper 
Shelia Harrell 




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Isaiah Hawhins 
Cheryl Harrison Johnnie 
Eric Harris Henderson 

Dianne Harvey Kaye Herbin 






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Ulysses Hester 
Robert Hodges 
Gail HoUoman 
Adriene Holt 



Janice Hooker 
James Hopper 
Rhonda Hopkins 
Ronnie Hoype 



Cheryl Howard 
Robert Howze 
Brian Hunt 
Victor Hunt 



239 





Alice Jenkins 




Sharon Hunter 


James Johnson 


Rodney Johnson 


Jeff Jackson 


Lawience 


Buddah Jones 


Kevin Jackson 


Johnson 


Emanuella Jones 


Otis Jackson 


Ollie Johnson 


Ezekiel Jones 


Maxine James 


Patricia Johnson 


Joseph Jones 


Brenda Jefferson 


Rhonda Johnson 


Steve Jones 



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240 




Vorga Jones 
Lynda Jordon 
Gayla Kelly 



Donald Kidd 
Teiji Kimball 
Sandra Kinlaw 



Raymond Koske 
Deborah Lambert 
Sharon Langley 



Gloria Lash 
Ronald Lawson 
Shelia Lewis 



Walter Lewis 
Michael Liggins 
Regina Lindsay 



James Livingston 
Curtis Lloyd 
Lyvonne Locklair 



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Millinese Lucas 
Ray Ann Mack 
Kitty Maddox 
Sonya Mann 



Jeanette Marks 
Wilma Marshall 
Robyn Martin 
Valerie Mason 



Evelyn Massey 
Janet Maye 
Tereasa Mayo 
Judy McAdoo 



Ruby McClinton 
Horace McDonald 
Amanda Mclver 
Willie McKoy 



Janelle McRae Elois Mebane Gary Melchor 



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Lvnda Nichols 



Rudolph Noble 



Sheilla Miller 
Olethia Mitchell 
Richey Mitchell 
Les Mittman 



Charles Mobley 
Ivy Moody 
Edith Moore 
Olympia Moore 



Carol Morgan 
Russell Moseley 
Yulonde Mosley 
Myrlin Murphy 



Reginald Murphy 
William Murray 
Terry Murrell 
William Neal 



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William Oden 
Marie Outlaw 
Patrcia Owens 



Randy Parker 
Mary Partlow 
Delilah Perkins 



Charles Perry 
Shelia Perry 
Keith Person 



Larry Peterson 
Nita Pettiford 
Derrick Pinchback 



Margaret Pinnix 
Wilbert Ponton 
Fannie Porch 



Daniel Pugh 
Pameta Pulley 
Sherry Purvis 



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Melvin Quick 


April Ratcliff 


Deborah 


Cynthia Rivers 


Melinda 


Wright Raiford 


Norbert Reid 


Richardson 


Denise Robinson 


Rountree 


Morris Randall 


Cecil Richardson 


Micheol 

Richardson 
Bryan Riley 


Gayle Roundtree 


Geraldine Russ 
Kelvin Russell 



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John Sharpless 
Virginia 

Sheppard 
Angella Simmons 
Charles Simmons 
Anthea Smith 
Elaine Smith 



Gail Smith 
Goldie Smith 
Marilynn Smith 
William Smith 
Tony 

Smitherman 
Bonita Spears 



Craven Springs 
Donovan 

Stevenson 
Cynthia Steward 
Gladys Stroud 
Cassandra Taylor 
Edgar Taylor 



Debra Thomas 
Donald Thomas 
Charlie 

Thompson 
Harry Thompson 
Matilda Thornton 
York Thorpe 



Carolyn Totten 
Craigavon Turner 
Serena Turner 
Stephen Turner 
Terry Tyler 
Reavlie Vance 



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Morris Vines 
Jean Wakefield 
William Walker 
Phillip Wallace 
Tyrone Ward 
Thomas Warren 



Robert 

Washington 
Beryl Waterman 
Cynthia Vaughn 
George Vaughan 
Eddie Watford 
Mike Watkins 



William 

Weathersbee 
Jackie Webb 
Rupert Weeks 
Kenneth 

Whitmore 
Carmen Williams 
Jerome Williams 










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Ervin Williams 
Gloria Williams 
Martin Williams 
Rodney Williams 
Shericca Williams 



Arthur 

Williamson 
Gwendolyn 

Williamson 
James Williamson 
Frank Young 
Judie Yilliam 



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FRESHMEN 



John Afblayanl 

Theodore Agnew 

Michael Alexander 

Tyrone Alexander 

Rhonda Allen 



Sandra Archie 

Gregory Ashby 

Larry Atkinson 

Linda Austin 

Wayne Austin 



Carlton Avant 

Thomas Avant 

Marilyn Baggett 

Otis Bailey 

Phyllis Barham 



Kevin Barnes 

Preston Barnes 

Angela Barrow 

James Baskett 

Arnold Bass 



Joan Bass 

Edwin Battle 

Turner Battle 

John Becton 

Donovan Beech 






Barbara Deborah 

Belton Berryman 

Jerry Bernard Fleton Bess 



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Janice Best 


MeK-in Bivens 


Anthony Blair 


Anthony 


Robin Booker 


William Boone 


Boney 


Steve Borders 


Wesley Boykin 


Jessena 


Colette 


Paulette 


Boothe 


Bradsher 


Bradsher 


Frances 


Edna Branch 


Avis Breeze 


Bradshaw 


Paulette 


Elton 


Rachel Brady 


Breeze 


Brewington 


Gary Branch 


Torrence 


Micheal 


Rodney Britt 


Britton 


Broadnax 



Veronica 
Brown 

Wanda 
Carl Brower James Brown Bruintion 

Anne Brown Kevin Brown Cynitha 
Gail Brown Kenna Brown Brvant 




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Officers from left to 

right: LaVern McKay, 

Secretary; Gwen 

Robinson, Miss 

Freshmen; Michael 

Howell, Treasure; 

Felton Best, President; 

and Willie Gray, Vice 

President. 




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Dennis Bryant Alphonso Arthur Burson Deames 

Jean Burlow Burnett Matthew Bush Bynum 

Joan Burnette Jennifer 

Bynum 



Monica Byrd Michael Cain 
Shelia Byrd Lenora 

Campbell 







Audrey Cooper 


Patricia 


Robert Clay 


Deborah 


Campbell 


Danny 


Courts 


Peggy 


Clemens 


Kenneth 


Capehart 


Timothy 


Crawford 


Jessica Carney 


Clifton 


Iris Cummings 


Steve Cassell 


Dennis 


Gloria Currie 


Gregory 


Clodfelter 


Matthews 


Chanes 


Latisha Cole 


Cyprian 


Randy Chavls 


Michael Cole 


Margaret 


Cynitha Clark 


Sherrie Cook 


Daniels 





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Anthony Davis 


Vernon 


Joanne Drew 


Carolyn Davis 


DeVane 


Effie Dudley 


Curtis Davis 


Maria 


Marcus Dukes 


Crystal Davis 


Dewberry 


Katrina Dunn 


Mickey Deans 


Wj-vette 


Anthony 


Fred Debnam 


Dickens 


Eason 


Harcemi 


Clara Diggs 


Michelle 


Dempsey 


Claudette 


Edmond 




Dilligard 


James 




Beth Dodson 


Edwards 




Alford Dorion 





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Elizabeth EUerby 

Wilbert Evans 

Jackie Everett 

Gail Fair 

Cynitha Faison 



Iris Faison 

Evelyn Falice 

Gail Farrior 

Joe Faulcon 

Carolyn Feaster 



Michael Fields 

Cecil Floyd 

Robert Fogle 

Felecia Forbes 

Brenda Foster 



Karen Foster 

Janie Freeman 

Kenny Freeman 

Janice Frink 

Gwen Fulton 




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Sandy Yolander 

Funderburke Gamble 

Rickie Reginald 

Gadison Gardner 

Sylvia Freida 

Gainey Garvin 




Gad Catling 
Hugh Gentles 
David Gibson 
Robin Giles 
Janice Gilmore 



Roshea Goodson 
Richard Gordon 
Zeb Graham 
Melvin Green 
Frank Greene 



Baxter Griffin 
Gregory Griffis 
John Grant 
Thomas Gray 
Willoughby Guy 




Artansey Hailey 
Jarvis Hall 
Carole Hairston 



Wanda Hairston 
Teresa Hamilton 
Walter Hamilton 



Constance Hammond 
Cecelia Hankins 
Kevin Hannon 



Michael Hardison 
Gloria Hunter 
Hayward Humphrey 



Neldera Hull 
Michael Howel 



253 




Patricia 


John 


Lamar 


Beverly 


Lillie Irby 


Hardy 


Hay ward 


Herndon 


Holden 


Eric Ireland 


Dawn Harris 


Edith Hazel 


Chauncey 


Leslie Holder 


Calvin 


Janet Harris 


Karen 


Herring 


Dora Holmes 


Jackson 


Calvin 


Headen 


Gloria Hester 


Gwen Horner 


Marilyn 


Hawkins 


Nelson Heggs 


Jerry Hicks 


Cynthia 


Jackson 


Deborah 


Margaret 


Pamela Hill 


Howard 


Mildred 


Hawkins 


Hemingway 






Jackson 



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Sophia 
Knight 

Jacqueline 
Leach 

Stacey 
LeBeall 

Rodney Lee 



Thelma Lee 
Skipper 

Levell 
Calamity 

Lewis 
Terrence 

Lewis 



Raymond 


Ronald 


Sandra Jones 


Jackson 


Johnson 


Stanley 


Delores 


Corine Jones 


Jones 


Jacobs 


Gary Jones 


Tony 


Jacalyn 


Kermit Jones 


Kameur 


Jacobs 


Lonnie Jones 


Robert 


Ronald 


Myrna Jones 


Kearney 


Jamison 


Robin Jones 


Wanda 


Kevin Jenkins 




Kearney 


Richard Johnson 


Sheilah 


Rodney Johnson 


Kinton 






Sheila Kirby 



255 





Bernard 




Malone 


Frederick 


Robert 


Lewter 


Manning 


Keith Linday 


Donald 


Deborah 


Marable 


Little 


Terrence 


Debra Long 


Marable 


Angela 


Wanda 


Malone 


Marable 





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Darrell 


Tyrone 


Herbert 


Marshall 


Massey 


McClellan 


Annie Martin 


Earl Mathis 


Rickey 


James 


Sharon 


McCorkle 


Martin 


Matterson 


Rodney 


Keith Martin 


Russell 


McCormick 


Maria Martin 


Matthews 


Joseph 


Del ores 


Raymond 


McCray 


Mason 


Maxwell 


Cornelia 


Geraline 


Bernard McCair 


1 McCullough 


Mason 


Thomas 


David McElveen 




McCallum 


Cynthia McGirt 



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Bridget McNulty 
Thactrames McRae 
Mark Melvin 
Cindy Miller 
Dallas Miller 



Tanya Mitchell 
Burnedette Mitchem 
Franklin Moffitt 
Angela Monroe 
Teresa Moore 



Teretha Moore 
Marcelle Morgan 
Zarach Morgan 
Haywood Morrison 
Victoria Morrison 



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Chiquita Newkirk 
Charles Newman 



Mark Newman 
Jacquelyn Nicholson 



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Nixon 




Donnie Gates 


James Pagett 


Linda 


Gary Palmer 


Oglesby 


Wanda 


Williams 


Parker 


Owens 


Jewell Perry 





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Lee Perry 


Harold 


Melba 


Linda Perry 


Pierce 


Pridgeon 


Vickie Perry 


L. S. Pipkin 


Wayne 


Teresa 


Vernessa 


Proctor 


Peterson 


Pollard 


Richard 


Wilbert 


Michael 


Pruitt 


Peterson 


Ponipey 


James Pugh 


Annette 


Quinne Poole 


Cheryll 


Peyton 


Anthony 


Raefbrd 


Cathy PhiCer 


Pope 


Carlton 




Leontyne 


Rainey 




Powell 


Donna 
Ramsey 




Ava Randall 


Isabelle 


Francis 


Mary 


Deborah 


Rickey 


Rector 


Richardson 


Robinson 


Sanders 


Rawlinson 


Joseph Reid 


Jackie 


Olivia 


Katri 


Nathan 


Latrice 


Richardson 


Robinson 


Sanders 


Rawls 


Rhodes 


Sandra 


Willie 


Keith 


Jeannene 


Delores 


Roach 


Robinson 


Sanders 


Ray 


Richardson 


Beverly 


Joey Roddey 


Tonya 


Sharon Ray 


Florence 


Roberts 


Gail Rogers 


Sanders 




Richardson 


Loring 
Roberts 




Joyce Scales 



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Jeanette 

Scarborough 
Michael Scott 
Reginald 

Scott 
David Seagle 
Evelyn Senior 
David Settle 
James Seward 



Lavern Sharp 
Leon Sharpe 
Cynthia 

Sharpless 
Marcus 

Sharpless 
Danelle Shaw 
Donita Shaw 
Vanessa 

Shipman 



Linda 

Simmons 
Jacquelyn 

Simpkins 
Alvin Smith 
Carlton 

Smith 
Deborah Smith 
Debra Smith 
Felton Smith 



Jerome 

Smith 
Marvin 

Smith 
Wayne Smith 
Erwin 

Solomon 
Michael Soltau 
Cheryl Sowell 
Catherine Speller 




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Richard 


Charlene 


James Sutton 


Kenneth 


Lynda 


Deborah 


Spence 


Steele 


Judy Tann 


Taylor 


Thompson 


Turner 


Jenette 


Racquel 


Michael 


Chester 


Cathy 


Andre 


Spivey 


Stewart 


Tatum 


Terry 


Thorne 


Underwood 


Joyce Sprueil 


Shirvon 


Cynthia 


Carol 


Sandra 


Edna Vincent 


Glenda 


Strayhorn 


Taylor 


Thomas 


Toney 


Thomas 


Standi 


Trudi 




Yvonne 


Brandon 


Vincent 




Sumpter 




Thomas 


Tresayonl 






Barbara 

Waddell 



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Shelia Walden 
James Wallet- 
Patricia Wall 
Tralla Wallace 
Linwood Walls 



Ronnie Walters 

Margaret Walton 

Lila Washington 

Cynthia Watson 

Gloria Watson 



Robert Watson 

Tracy Webber 

Valerie Wesson 

Rhonda West 

Renee Westmoreland 




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Dorothy Whitaker 

Fredda White 

Rhonda White 

Randy Whiteside 




David Wiggins 

Alexander Wilcox 

Bernardo Wilev 




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osemary 


Rose Wright 


Woodward 


Brenda 


iane Woody 


Younger 


ngela 


Lindell 


Wright 


Younger 



Cynthia 


Pamela 


Cassandra 


Williams 


Williams 


Wimbish 


Gerard 


Percy 


Bonita 


Williams 


Williams 


Winborne 


Garfield 


Robin 


Nancy 


Williams 


Williams 


W'omble 


Gertie 


Rose 


Cherrlvn 


Williams 


Williams 


Wofford 


Gwendolyn 


Thommasina 


Richard 


Williams 


Williams 


Wood 


Johnny 


Valeria 


James 


Williams 


Williams 


Wooden 


Linda 


Shelia 


Ricky Woods 


Williams 


Williams 






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Geraldine Gill 





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Millicent Jennette 



Milton Slier 



Denise Lavender 







Sharon Hale 



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Sharon Bailey 



Sidney Britt 







Nellie Rountree 



Thurom Deloney 



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Pamela Carson 



Ann Brown 






Andrea Bush 



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David Brown 



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Who's Who Among Students In American Universities 
And Colleges Not Pictured 





Elizabeth Bell 


Cedric Jones 


Charlie Brice 


Ted Mangum 


Phyliss Broome 


Anita Manley 


Hattie Brown 


Velancia Pridgeon 


Charles Coffin. Jr. 


Gwen Raleigh 


Paula Dudley 


Lareo Reddick 


Anita Gray 


Loretta Spaulding 


Velma Gagans 


Robert Wade 


George Hand 


Christal Watson 


Katy M. Hatton 


Deioris Willoughby 


Lamont Hill 


Jerry Wilson 


Lizzie Hooker 


Deborah Winbush 


Jerryton Hughes 


Norman Smith 



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INFIRMARY 









Mrs. Thelma Vines, Supervisor of 
Infirmary; Opposite page; (Topi Mrs. 
Peggie Waddell. Mrs. Sandra Fuller 

and Mr. Smith, Infirmary Nurses. 





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Mrs. Mitchell. Dean Williams, and 
Miss Hellen Ford. Top: Mrs. Mary 
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Campus Security: from 
left to right Chief R. 
Raines. Officer L. Q. 
Moore, Officer C. Cole, 
Officer D. Lindsay, 
Lieutenant W. Mitchell, 
Lieutenant J. Daughtry, 
Officer W. J. Kendall, 
Captain J. Marable, 
Sergeant J. T. Norris, 
Officer L. A. Winston, 
Sergeant J. B. Griffin. 



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What have we to celebrate? The same inequalities and gross in justices 
that have faced Blacks in ITJS still face us today. But where you ask? 
And I answer, look in the forest ny brothers and sisters, not at the fo- 
rest and you will see how carefully White America has thrown rocks and 
hid its hands throughout the past 200 years. Look deep and see the free- 
dom preachers who vowed to live by a Declaration of Independence that 
said "all men are created equal; that they are endeftad isj their Creator 

with certain unalienable 
fights; life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness." 
And, yet these same persons that 
constructed such a declaration 
saw fit to take such unalienable 
rights from millions of Blacks. May- 
be they felt we were not created equal. 
But things have changed since then you say. 
And my reply to that is changed, yes, but 
only on the surface. Once again I ask you, 
look deep and see White America's tricks to 
circumveat Blaoks into thinking all is well. 
For by looking cleep you will discover that 
the slavery that existed a hundred years ago 
has changed form. The chains are gone, and so 
are the whips and plantations but Just as the 
automobile has taken the place of the horse, 
the chains, idiips, and plantations have been re- 
placed by welfare, subpar housing, and political 
oppression. The slavery is now sophistocated to fit 
the sophisticated needs of White America. And because 
of this sophistication many Blacks believe the fallacy 
that America is the land of the free. A Black man or wo- 
man should not think that he or she is free because of edu- 
cation, money, or other luxuries. Freedom is not measured by 
these material things alone. By looking deep you will see that 
right down the street from you there are other Black people who 
are on welfare and receive constant oppression because of this 
fact. The truth is you will never be free until Black people all 
over this countxy are free. A chain is only as strong as its weak- 
est link. When July h, 1976 arrives, let Blacks eveiyirtiere in this 
land Join in one big prayer giving thanks to God for the adament 
willpower he has ^iven us to keep on keepin on. Then let us ask him 
to give us strength to push forward and acumen to see a brighter day. 
As for the other peoplexln this countzy, well ... let them cile- 
brate, but we cannot afford to. When we finish our bridge, then let 
us oilaforate. "We have promises to keep-- And miles to go before we 
sleep - And miles to go before we sleep. (Opinion of a student, not 
necessarily that of the Dnlverslty) 

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Should Blacks Celebrate The Bi-centennial? 

The Bi-centennial should be celebrated 
by Blacks as a means to insure that our con- 
tributions to America are recorded: but. as 
for Blacks costuming themselves in red. 
white and blue would be a farce. It would 
be like praising the Devil as he long drains 
a person. Otherwise. Blacks "should" cele- 
brate American birth by mass protest and 
vigilance at all seats of government, to 
let the Whites know that we are here to stay 
and will not rest until we receive our rights 
as human beings and as Black Americans, 
(opinion of student, not necessarily 
that of the university) 
Norman Smith 



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Harold L. Williams 


Jan Williams 


John Edward 


Johnnie A. 


Garysburg 


Morganton 


Williams 


Williams 


Industrial Arts 


Business 


Warsaw 


Greensboro 




Administration 


Professional Math 


Political Science 








Lois Williams 


Marvin L. Williams 


Marsha Williams 


Peggie J. Williams 


New Bern 


Winston-Salem 


Bridgeton 


Engield 


Early Childhood 


Architectural 


Nursing 


Nursing 


Education 


Engineering 










Raymond Williams 


Rhonda Williams 


Romell M. Williams 


Stephanie Williams 


Greensboro 


Sanford 


Beulaville 


Charleston, S.C. 


Business 


Social Studies 


Early Childhood 


Business 


Administration 




Education 


Administration 



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Willie Mae 


Deloris Willoughby 


Jerry Bernard 


Belynda Wimbish 


Williams 


Rocky Mount 


Wilson 


Raleigh 


Greensboro 


Business Education 


Troutman 


Speech and Theatre 


Community Mental 




Professional 


Education 


Health 




Chemistry 









Deborah Winbush 
Martinsville, Va. 
Architectural 
Engineering 



Rosalyn Woltz 
Danville, Va. 
Business Education 



Carolyn R. Womack 
Greensboro 
Home Economics 
Education 



Wilbert Womack 
Washington, D.C. 
Business 
Administration 







Russell C. 


Veronica D. 


Vivian Woods 


William Ernest 


Woodward 


Woodard 


Burlington 


Woods, III 


Union, S.C. 


Wilson 


Clothing, Textiles 


Raeford 


Health and 


Professional Math 


and Related Arts 


Music Education 


Physical Education 









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Margaret Ann 
Woodson 
Columbia, S.C. 
Professional Biolog>- 



Pier Angeli Wright 
Washington. D.C. 
Social Services 





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AYANTEE YEARBOOK STAFF 



Rachel L. Thrower Editor-in-Chief 

Jackie George Asso. Editor 

Craven Springs Bust. Manager 

Edna Alston Mgn. Editor 

Charles Freeman Organization Editor 

Wright Raiford Feature Editor 

James Johnson Student Life Editor 

Cynitha Woodard Sophomore Class Editor 

Marcus Dukes Administration Editor 

Henry Little Entertainment Editor 

Al Smith Artist 



Others: 

Gail Blackwell 
Mary Partlow 
LaVern Higgs 

Photographers: 
Charles Gurham 
Reginald Brown 
Joseph Reid 
Donald Farrell 
Doug Jones 



As editor of the Ayantee Yearbook time and experience permits me to thank, from 
the bottom of my heart. Charles Freeman. Wright Raiford. James Johnson, and 
Charles Gorham for sticking with the yearbook and myself until completion. 
Without your company and understanding the 1976 Ayantee Yearbook would 
have been at a lost. 

For those that were on the staff and made promi.'ies you did not bother to keep, 
assumed responsibilities that you failed to carry out. and those who received 
something for no services rendered: I .say to you. DO NOT return in the fall. A 
working staff has no place for you. 

If your name fails to appear on the staff list it is because you have contributed no 
help to the production of the 1976 Ayantee Yearbook. 

Rachel L. Thrower 

Edilor-In-Chief 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



The yearbook staff would like to express our gratitude and sincere appreciation for the time and 
effort spent by Dr. Jesse Marshall (Vice Chancel/or of Student Affairs'. Mr, Sullivan Welborne 
(Director of Memorial Union'. Mrs. Carolyn Crocker (Secretan,- Student Activities'. Mr. Joe 
Faust (Sports Information', and Mr. Robert Lawson (Plant Representive: Photographer!. We are 
very conscious of the benefit received from xour willing devoted help. 



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Acting Director of Student Activities 

and yearbook advisor. 



Mrs. Carolyn Crocker 



Mr. Sullivan Welborne 



We acknowledge pictures submitted by: 
Omega Psi Phi 
Esquires 
Chi Eta Phi 
Phi Mu Alpha 
Karate Club 



We acknowledge photographers: 
Robert Lawson 
Steven Sims (Turk) 



We also acknowledge the loose tongue that knows nothing, 
but flaps constantly. 



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